Discussion in 'SiriusXM Music' started by HecticArt, Feb 14, 2013.
They did an acoustic live performance a number of years ago (maybe MTV?) that showed how talented they are.
I like the Back to the Future reference.
Rest In Peace Bill Paxton
Here's a clip from his old band Martini Ranch
They played it on First Wave this afternoon.
Nordic Rox- The Spectrum
I liked this one too.
Alt Nation non-sleepy songs
Good stuff Semi.
Back in June 2006 I got my first Sirius Radio after having only XM since July 2002.
One of the things I loved most about Sirius was AltNation. The playlist was better, to me, then that of XMs alternative rock channel.
Here are some of my favorites from the first decade of the 2000s ...
Jimmy Eat World - Sweetness 2002
Foo Fighters - Best of You 2005
Hives - Hate to Say I told You So 2000, 2002
Lily Allen - LDN 2006
The White Stripes - My Doorbell 2005
More from the first decade of the 2000s
AFI - Miss Murder 2006
Agustana - Boston 2005
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads will Roll 2009
Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out 2004
The Killers - All these Things I've Done 2004
Good stuff SP.
Yes, nice list, good variety.
You've inspired me to keep the list going
Beck – E-Pro (2005)
Incubus – Megalomaniac (2004)
Muse – Hysteria (2003)
Nine Inch Nails – The Hand That Feeds (2005)
Queens of the Stone Age – Go With The Flow (2003)
Where's yours ?
E-Pro! I haven't heard that in a while. Cellphone's Dead is also one of my favs from the aughts
Been swamped lately. I need to get back to posting these.
Beck was on a roll with Guero and The Information. This is one of my favorite moments:
Beck - Nausea (with cameo from Borat playing the berimbau)
Some newer music on AltNation
xx - On Hold
Warning. Naked butt in the video
Cage the Elephant - Cold Cold Cold
Very 60ish sounding. Very good
Weezer - Feels Like Summer
This 90s band pulled off the sound of today's alternative music, and did an awesome job
Good stuff Semi.
Trippy videos too.
SiriusXM 1st Wave
Joe Jackson- Friday
I never gave Joe Jackson a far shot in 35 years. My first impression was Steppin' Out, which I didn't like at first, but over time, I learned to like.
It's nice hearing songs that are completely different than what I first heard