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Aloisio said in aprile 16th, 2010 at 10:47

Ascoltare Ligabue è sempre un colpo all’anima… de li mortacci sua e di chi compra i suoi dischi! :-)

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buzzandmusic said in aprile 16th, 2010 at 11:03

non sono totalmente concorde ma la battuta non e’ male:-) ciao Alo

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Jeffbuck said in aprile 16th, 2010 at 19:46

Complimenti ad Aloisio :-))

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Jeffbuck said in aprile 16th, 2010 at 20:42

Comunque la canzone è imbarazzante, faccio bene a non seguirlo piu’ da qualche anno

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B16 said in aprile 17th, 2010 at 08:58

possiamo tranquillamente dimenticarcene a partire dal secondo album, esaurita cioe’ la ruspante simpatia delle anime in plexiglass e degli angeli della nebbia…

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B16 said in aprile 17th, 2010 at 09:05

e…buon weekend!!!!

Let it bleed – Rolling Stones
The Idiot – Iggy Pop
LCD Soundsystem – LCD Soundsystem
This is happening – LCD Soundsystem
I’m new here – Gil Scott Heron
Black Noise – Pantha du Prince
Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix – Phoenix
The name of this band is Talking Heads – Talking Heads
Mondo Cane – Mike Patton
Black Sands – Bonobo
The Mirror Conspirancy – Thievery Corporation
The Cosmic Game – Thievery Corporation
Plastic Beach – Gorillaz
New Amerykah Part 2: The return of the Ankh – Erykah Badu
Heligoland / Heligoland Remixed EP – Massive Attack
Congratulations – MGMT
Attack and Release – The Black Keys
Teen Dream – Beach House
Our Inventions – Lali Puna
Go – Jonsi

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buzzandmusic said in aprile 17th, 2010 at 11:36

azz buon ascolto b16 ,Liga? A me non dispiace dal vivo come detto ,ma sono rimasto a “orecchie asciutte” da radiofreccia e buon compleanno Elvis in poi…….ma a piccole dosi,come dicevo,ai suoi concerti mi diverto non fosse altro perche’ e’ pieno di gnocca:-)

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B16 said in aprile 18th, 2010 at 10:34

buongiorno buzz… arrivederci mostro, addio liga, benearrivati stones e grazie buzz! buona domenica, sei sempre aggiornatissimo, ieri sera prima notte coachella… prima o poi prometto al festival US ci vado!!!! p.s. i cribs e johnny marr sono bloccati in aeroporto ad amsterdam… mica con un jumbo di alien… altrimenti sarebbero arrivati di certo…

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Coachella festival got off to a hectic start yesterday (Friday April 16) as the Icelandic volcanic eruption played havoc with the schedule.

The main casualty of the day’s bill were The Cribs who were stranded in Europe despite a last minute dash to Amsterdam in the hope of finding a flight to California. Other confirmed cancellations over the weekend include Bad Lieutenant and Frightened Rabbit. Gary Numan is also rated as unlikely to make it in time for his Sunday evening performance.

Friday afternoon’s highlights included a glut of unexpected cover versions being played around the site. On the main (Coachella) stage, Tom Morello’s new band Street Sweeper Social Club delighted fans with rock versions of MIA’s ‘Paper Planes’ and a take on LL Cool J’s old school hip-hop classic ‘Mama Said Knock You Out’. Meanwhile, She And Him entertained their audience on the Outdoor stage with a version of Chuck Berry’s ‘Roll Over Beethoven’ sung by M. Ward with Zooey Deschanel providing honky-tonk piano accompaniment.

The Specials drew a hugely enthusiastic crowd for their appearance, which is part of the Coventry ska heroes’ first American tour since 1981. Despite the hyperactive atmosphere, singer Terry Hall remained very still and deadpan throughout. “We’re going away in about three minutes,” he remarked before the finale of ‘Too Much Too Young’. “‘Columbo’ is on at eight o’clock and I never miss an episode.” Them Crooked Vultures and LCD Soundsystem both followed on the main stage, turning in solid sets before Jay-Z arrived at 11.15pm for his Friday night headline slot. The rapper made his entry in typically grand style by being elevated up to stage level on a moving platform.

Much of the 90-minute set featured guitars with samples and backing tracks from The Doors, The Prodigy and even U2 being added in at various junctures. In an echo of last year’s Glastonbury performance, he also used a breakbeat-augmented snippet of Oasis’ ‘Wonderwall’. Towards the end of the show, Jay-Z devoted a segment of the set to cover early parts of his career which culminated in a mass sing-a-long of ‘Hard Knock Life’. He then invited Beyonce on stage to duet with him on the finale of ‘Young Forever’ as fireworks lit up the desert sky behind them.

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buzzandmusic said in aprile 18th, 2010 at 11:31

grazie b16

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Generale Lee said in aprile 19th, 2010 at 13:55

IL SINGOLO DEL LIGA…..E’ PROPRIO LOFFIO! IL MIGLIOR LIGA E’ FINITO A META’ ANNI 90’….

AUGH

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buzzandmusic said in aprile 19th, 2010 at 15:15

io ai concerti ancora mi diverto,come con il Blasco ma riconosco che e’ arrivato alla frutta……io pero’ ragazzi attenderei il resto del disco…….”boots” degli u2 ,in confronto al resto di NLOTH e’ una canzone del festivalbar,Vero e’ che dal vivo quando la sparano con Vertigo la gente salta come delle caprette e se vuoi ti fanno pure ciao in diretta mondiale:-) Mi domandavo perche’………..

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Generale Lee said in aprile 19th, 2010 at 17:29

è vero…”Vertigo” la trovavo “tamarra” eheheh… poi quando te la sparano in concerto è divertente!

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Generale Lee said in aprile 19th, 2010 at 17:31

è vero…”Vertigo” la trovavo “tamarra” eheheh… poi dopo quando te la sparano in concerto è divertente!

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buzz said in aprile 19th, 2010 at 21:29

yeahhhhhhhhhhhh

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