To be specific I would turn on my Love playlist, that consisted of Bring me the horizon’s album sempiternal, and pierce the the veil’s album collide with the sky. Those two albums are what got me through all that.
You can’t compile an AC/DC top track list without Back In Black. It’s often voted at the top end of all time best rock songs and it isn’t any wonder. The song has one of the most memorable guitar riffs of all times and you can’t start your guitar-playing career without learning it.
As a teenager in their high school years, there is a definite shift in my music taste from elementary and middle school to where I am today. Looking back, I listened to classical music as a snob, thinking “music isn’t as good as it used to be”, and assuming that I was the best just because I exclusively listened to what I saw was “refined.”Soon enough, I grew tired of listening to classical music and decided to broaden my music taste. As a result, I was curious about rock. One of the first bands I discovered was The Strokes, especially their debut album, “Is This It”.
The fourth track is “Social Disease”, which was written by Richie Sambora and Jon Bon Jovi. This up tempo song has guitar riffs and the drums and keyboard arrangements make for an awesome listening experience. Sometimes it is hard to tell if the sound is coming from the guitar or from the keyboards, but the layering of sounds makes this a true rock song. After the final verse/chorus, the instruments keeping playing, the chorus is repeated, and then an outro is performed by the instruments to end the song.
“Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band:” Just a quick track to introduce the album. It’s got a lot of interesting sound effects and beats going on in the background. Just a funky way to kick off the album and I’m a fan.
Jubilantly, I scurried down the hallway on my mother’s call. I was amazed. Facing me was the most assiduous creation of godly art in this world and siding it was nothing less than beauty lost in this world; the melodious track of the unknown artist of music who juddered the world. Were the ears of this world worthy enough to hear the bewitching sound? Calming the soul of mankind to its deepest roots, healing the wounds from this callous world. The sound is as heavenly as the Bible.
Three songs from the album stuck out to me—tracks two, three, and seven. More commonly known as “Omen,” “Holding On,” and “Magnets.” The first song, “Omen,” features Sam Smith while the brothers, Disclosure, provide the almost seductive keyboard track that Smith takes control of, incorporating stimulating vocals while narrating a story that conveys the analogy
Overall the album is not worth revisiting, or even visiting in the first place. Kid Cudi shows us exactly what he thinks it means to be musically creative, yet this album is void of any creativity. Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven is an album that was only created because of Cudi’s avoidance of criticism and his fans that praise his work despite the actual quality of it. This is not the decline of an artist or even an attempt to stay relevant, this is what it’s like to listen to the death of a musical
I chose this album because the tracks are all very different in their sound and lyrics, which stood out to me. This album consists of ten songs,
"For you, for me, forever more" performed by Morgan King, in my opinion this song repeats itself from the other love songs, still great performance by Morgan King. "Who Care's" the title for the song speaks for itself, im getting slowly disappointed of the first cd, the songs basically repeat themselves, same themes (mostly about love), same kind of instruments used in each song.
I chose this album because I love the Ramones a lot and this is my favorite album of theirs. I love listening to it, I don’t really know how I got into them but somehow they ended up being one of my favorite bands. Another reason I chose this album is because it has a few of my favorite songs by them, so I figured that would give me more to write about.
"Enter Sandman" is the opener of the album with a clean start of a eerie guitar with a side effect of wah-wah accompany. The whole basis of the song picks up with drums on the toms and snare varying each other. When you first hear this opening, you realize this is so different to their early work it is quite interesting how the outcome will be. The outcome is extraordinary with James' vocals lower than normal and music is in a different style. The only similar touch to the song is the electrifying solo that is excellent. The bridge is very effective with James praying with a child which really goes with the music. The rhythm of the guitar carries the song along till the end. This was a great release and possibly one of the best on the
The drastic difference between the three sections feels rushed and incomplete - certainly something that Guided by Voices is familiar with, but the strength of their greatest albums allows these incomplete tracks to hide behind the bigger songs. The stretch of songs between "A Good Flying Bird" and "Closer You Are" on Alien Lanes, their greatest album, showcases their abilities to sequence their throwaway tracks in a manner that enhances the songs as much as
The next song I really enjoyed was Poplar St. The instrumentation is really nice here, and the guitar was a nice touch that I think several other tracks could have benefited from as well, but Glass Animals decided not to utilize much guitar on this
The Book is about Love. The entire Bible says about the relationship between God and his Creation; more specifically – between Christ and His Bride – the Church; more personally – between Jesus – my Spouse – and my soul. Therefore, Song of the Songs implies to me a mirrored (reflected) picture of this relationship, the “best one”, comparing it to a loving, intimate covenant between man and woman. How much God desires to be close to us!