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B16 said in 1 Gennaio, 2010 at 13:32

ROCK ON … BUON ANNO

Live at Max’s Kansas City – The Velvet Underground
Santa Monica ‘72 – David Bowie
Songs of love and hate – Leonard Cohen
Glitter and Doom Live – Tom Waits
Turn on the bright lights – Interpol
Veckatimest – Grizzly Bear
Bat for Lashes – Two Suns
Fall Be Kind EP – Animal Collective
Fever Ray – Fever Ray
IRM – Charlotte Gainsbourg
Love 2 – Air
Bitte Orca – Dirty Projectors
You could have it so much better with… – Franz Ferdinand
No line on the horizon – U2
Sigh no more – Mumford & Sons
Ignore the ignorant – The Cribs
Embryonic – The Flaming Lips
Primary Colours – The Horrors
Two Dancers – Wild Beasts
See mystery lights – YACHT

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B16 said in 2 Gennaio, 2010 at 11:38

dopo l’ultimo album cornell e’ stato quasi costretto a questo passo per ritrovare un po’ di credibilita’… basta che in tour non faccia pezzi da solista…

Soundgarden look set to reform after a 12-year hiatus.

The US rockers, who disbanded in 1997 following tensions in the band have put an announcement on their website, Soundgardenworld.com, suggesting that they are set to gear up again soon.

“The 12 year break is over and school is back in session,” the message read. Frontman Chris Cornell added on his Twitter page, Twitter.com/chriscornell: “Knights of the Soundtable ride again!”

Members of Soundgarden have played together since the disbandment, but Cornell has previously said that they wouldn’t consider any reunion a full reformation unless all the original members were involved.

“When Soundgarden broke up, my discussions with the rest of the band was ‘We have to have an agreement that we will never tour Soundgarden – Soundgarden will never exist – without it being a unanimous decision and that everyone who was in the band is in the band’,” he told NME.COM.

The band members are yet to reveal what their reunion will entail.

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B16 said in 2 Gennaio, 2010 at 11:52

REASON TO BELIEVE
B. Springsteen

Seen a man standin’ over a dead dog lyin’ by the highway in a ditch
He’s lookin’ down kinda puzzled pokin’ that dog with a stick
Got his car door flung open he’s standin’ out on Highway 31
Like if he stood there long enough that dog’d get up and run
Struck me kinda funny seem kinda funny sir to me
At the end of every hard earned day people find some reason to believe
Now Mary Lou loved Johnny with a love mean and true
She said Baby I’ll work for you every day and bring my money home to you
One day he up and left her and ever since that
She waits down at the end of that dirt road for young Johnny to come back
Struck me kinda funny seemed kind of funny sir to me
How at the end of every hard earned day people find some reason to believe
Take a baby to the river Kyle William they called him
Wash the baby in the water take away little Kyle’s sin
In a whitewash shotgun shack an old man passes away
Take his body to the graveyard and over him they pray
Lord won’t you tell us tell us what does it mean
Still at the end of every hard earned day people find some reason to believe
Congregation gathers down by the riverside
Preacher stands with his Bible groom stands waitin’ for his bride
Congregation gone and the sun sets behind a weepin’ willow tree
Groom stands alone and watches the river rush on so effortlessly
Lord and he’s wonderin’ where can his baby be
Still at the end of every hard earned day people find some reason to believe

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buzzandmusic said in 2 Gennaio, 2010 at 17:31

GRANDI ASCOLTI,GRANDE CANZONE E SUGLI STONES CERTO NON TI SBAGLI……STAREMO A VEDERE CHE SUCCEDERA’

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B16 said in 3 Gennaio, 2010 at 00:53

evviva buzz… !!! e gli U2…

U2 have said they want to leave their mark on Glastonbury when they headline the festival later this year.

The band will top the bill at Worthy Farm for the first time in their career on June 25.

Guitarist The Edge told The Times he used to be “sceptical” of the “hippy thing” associated with Michael Eavis’ festival.

However, he now feels that “we really have to do it”.

He said: “If we don’t do it now, we never will.

“I’m going along to check it out as much as anything but I have a good feeling about it. I’d like to hope we can make our mark.”

Last month, Emily Eavis announced a second headliner for the Glastonbury festival had been confirmed, but said the act won’t be revealed until “early next year”.

Meanwhile, there are three acts in the running for the Sunday night slot, she added.

The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Muse are among the names rumoured to be playing at the festival.

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buzzandmusic said in 3 Gennaio, 2010 at 21:50

oh well i hope something will happen in glasto ,but i have no tickets 🙂

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