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B16 said in Luglio 8th, 2010 at 09:10

…se parto adesso un posto lo trovero’>???? 🙂


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B16 said in Luglio 8th, 2010 at 09:24

non se l’avevate gia’ letto ma tra poco piu’ di un mese iniziano le riprese del nuovo film di sorrentino (il divo, le conseguenze dell’amore, l’uomo in piu’) con sean penn protagonista e colonna sonora di…. DAVID BYRNE!


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B16 said in Luglio 8th, 2010 at 09:25


Grinderman have revealed the artwork and tracklisting for their forthcoming new album.

Called ‘Grinderman 2’, the follow-up to their 2007 self-titled studio effort is released in the UK on September 13 and in North America on September 14.

The group, which is made up of Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey and Jim Sclavunos, are also issuing the first single from the album, ‘Heathen Child’ on August 30.

As previously reported, the band will embark on a UK tour in September to coincide with the release of the new LP.

The tracklisting for ‘Grinderman 2’ is as follows:

‘Mickey Mouse And The Goodbye Man’
‘Worm Tamer’
‘Heathen Child’
‘When My Baby Comes’
‘What I Know’
‘Palaces Of Montezuma’
‘Bellringer Blues’

Meanwhile, the group have released a short video to promote the album which you can see by scrolling down.


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B16 said in Luglio 8th, 2010 at 09:26
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B16 said in Luglio 8th, 2010 at 09:28


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Arcade Fire played their first London gig in three years tonight (July 7) – with frontman Win Butler trying out his “banter” ahead of the band’s fortcoming headline appearances at the Reading And Leeds Festivals.

The Canadian band aired material from their upcoming new album ‘The Suburbs’ at Hackney Empire, the first time they had performed in the UK capital since their Alexandra Palace shows in November 2007.

During the 18-song set Butler teased the crowd, whom he had stagedived into earlier, about the England football team’s recent exit from the World Cup.

He said: “I hear England have a really good chance,” despite their exit from the tournament 10 days ago (June 27), after a 4-1 defeat to Germany in the last 16.

After a chorus of boos, Butler protested: “We’re just practising banter for Reading and Leeds!”

Watched by the likes of Florence Welch and comedian Mathew Horne, the group began with two new songs – ‘Ready To Start’ and ‘Modern Man’ – and aired another six over the course of the evening. They were ‘Empty Room’, ‘Rococo’, ‘Suburban War’, ‘We Used To Wait’ and both sides of their recent limited edition single, ‘Month Of May’ and the new album’s title track.

The band also played a host of old classics, including ‘Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)’, Rebellion (Lies)’ – and rare outing for 2005 full-length debut album ‘Funeral”s ‘Crown Of Love’.

Arcade Fire played:

‘Ready To Start’
‘Modern Man’
‘Neighborhood #2 (Laika)’
‘No Cars Go’
‘Empty Room’
‘The Suburbs’
‘Suburban War’
‘We Used To Wait’
‘Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)’
‘Rebellion (Lies)’
‘Month Of May’
‘Crown Of Love’
‘Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)’
‘Keep The Car Running’
‘Wake Up’


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Generale Lee said in Luglio 8th, 2010 at 11:58

il vero WOLFMAN è Warren Ellis….:)))))



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buzzandmusic said in Luglio 8th, 2010 at 14:45

a me piacciono molto i Wolfmother uuuuuuu uuuuuuu uuuuuuuu rock on


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Alien on Acid said in Luglio 9th, 2010 at 09:06

Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon


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