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Category Archives: Music
Harlem Shake @ BSO Kinderkeet – Kinderopvang Walcheren
“California Soul” is a pop-soul tune written by Ashford & Simpson, issued originally as a single by American pop quintet The Fifth Dimension in late 1968. It was also covered by Motown vocal duo Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell the next year and was the duo’s last single together when released in early 1970.
“There is no fuel, so use the Donkey!” OPA Gaza Gangnam Style!!
Music video by Foster The People performing Houdini. (c) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment
Music video by The Coral performing Dreaming Of You. (C) 2002 Deltasonic Records Limited
Music video by Miles Kane performing Come Closer from the album ‘Colour of the Trap‘ 2011.
Miles Kane (born 17 March 1986) is an English musician originally from Meols on the Wirral, best known as the co-frontman of The Last Shadow Puppets and former frontman of The Rascals. He was formerly the vocalist and lead guitarist for The Rascals, but announced the band’s break-up in August 2009.
Great song and a briliant clip! From the 2010 album ‘Vampires & Wolves’.
Probably my favourite Supergrass song. “Diamond Hoo Ha Man” was first played live at Guilfest 2007 in Guildford. It is the first official single from the band’s sixth album, Diamond Hoo Ha, and was released January 14, 2008 as a vinyl-only single, limited to 1,500 copies, thus limiting its chances of charting, which it failed to do.
Great song from the album ‘Conor Oberst – Conor Oberst’ (2008).
Although Billie Joe Armstrong looks like he is an American born Robert Smith look a like … something, Green Day remains one of my favourite American bands. ’21 Guns’ was released as the second single from their eighth album, 21st Century Breakdown (2009).
Great video, song by The Artic Monkeys. “Fluorescent Adolescent” is a song by the English indie rock band Arctic Monkeys, released as the second single from their second album Favourite Worst Nightmare. It was released on 4 July 2007 in Japan and 9 July 2007 in the United Kingdom.
“Reptilia” is a song by indie rock band The Strokes, and the second single from their second album Room on Fire (2003).
Single by The Hives from the album The Black and White Album released on 8 October 2007.
Above music video was directed by Jim Jarmusch.
“Steady, As She Goes” is the debut single by the rock band The Raconteurs from their first album Broken Boy Soldiers (2006).
“Steady, As She Goes” is the debut single by the rock band The Raconteurs from their first album Broken Boy Soldiers. The first music video was directed by Jim Jarmusch, and focuses on the band performing the song. In the second music video, The Raconteurs teamed up with Paul Reubens, best known for his work as Pee-Wee Herman. [via]
Paul Reubens video & lyrics: (more…)
Books From Boxes is my favourite song form the album’Our Earthly Pleasures’ by the Newcastle-based alternative rock band Maxïmo Park. The album was released on 2 April 2007 in the UK (and 8 May 2007 in the US), being preceded by the single “Our Velocity”, released two weeks previously, on 19 March 2007.