Nymine wrote:Yeah Ghost - Zero 7 - I love Zero 7 and I reallllly like this one. Much more bluesy and I really like the startling voice of the woman featured in Sleeper, Medicine Man and Mr. Macgee. Medicine Man I get accused of playing too much and attempting to yelp along with the chorus(outraaageous! you're simply outraaageous!).
FIXIN' ALL THE POTIONS LIKE A MEDICINE MAN, STIRRING MY EMOTIONS CAUSE I KNOW WITH YOUR LOVE YOU CAN! : D
Zero 7 is one great band
to listen their albums from start to finish. "When it falls" + "The Garden"
are great albums to listen from start to finish (I admit it was kinda hard to adapt to the Yeah Ghost! vibe of this band, it was different from what they were making before)
- Songs for the Deaf, by Queens of the stone age
. Definately my favorite album of them. I love how you go from "Hanging Tree" to "Go with the flow". "ALL DEATH METAL. ALL THE TIME."
before "Six Shooter" is great too.
-Them Crooked Vultures, by...Them Crooked Vultures
Grohl, Homme and Jones did a great album here. It's overall strong, great for videogames that lack sound for any reason whatsoever. Also on the bus, great wake up call.
-"Demon Days" and "Plastic Beach" by Gorillaz
. They are great albums to listen on your house, on your computer, and sing along sometimes, without any shame.
-"Exit...Stage Left" by Rush.
Really good live stuff. Rush's a good band, i'm glad i listened to them as a teen.
-"HAARP" + "Black Holes and Revelations" by Muse
. REALLY GREAT LIVE and non live music.
-"Proxima Estacion...Esperanza" and "Clandestino" by Manu Chao
. If you don't mind music in another language, give it a shot. I love Manu's work, and these songs just work better as a whole album rather than alone.
-"Radio Bemba Sound System" by Manu Chao
. Quite different versions of songs in those two albums. In a live show, Manu always pumps up every song. Even the sad ones are worth to jump for.