did you add freaky friday by lil dicky from me lol
Sleep ∞ Over is the 4th top artist, my favourite band. it's been glitched on spotify for a few months now.
Really don't know how deathgrips got top but whatever.
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Listen to spotify almost constantly while at work, that's a lot of minutes listened o.0
Track 3 in my top songs is by Drewsif Reynolds and anyone into proggy metalcore should check his bands out
I like how 4 of my top 5 songs are by the same band (While 'Missionary Man' is originally by Eurythmics, the version in my Top Songs is the Ghost cover), and 3 of those 4 are from the same album.
I had Prequelle on loop for days and days when it released.
12FN kicks ass
also resident facepuncher @Caynug makes pretty cool tunes too
yUUUUUP. I've put together an Excel that I'll be popping up on google drive for everyone to look at. I need to get caught up before I do that.
BUT FIRST -- Some preliminary reviews!
@MagicCookie948 -- For What it's Worth -- Buffalo Springfield:
Thought I'd open the playlist up with something pretty accessible so I bumped this to the top. I assuming that you listened to the Buffalo Springfield version but if you didn't, tell me so I can change it.
Very simple song with a lot to say. This was really big during Vietnam and became one of many banners for young people to rally behind. To me, it embodies the young spirit that sees a lot wrong with the world but can't do much about it. Really goes with the times, dontcha think?
DID YOU KNOW that the band name Buffalo Springfield was inspired by a steamroller called the Buffalo? It had "Springfield - Buffalo" written on it and they mistakenly wrote it backwards.
@Garry #2 -- Starburn -- VOLA:
Nice balance of overdrive on that guitar. While this has all the elements of a prog-rock band, this feels more like a folk song than a rock song -- more about the lyrics than what the instruments are playing.
To me, it feels like a going-to-college song, about a kid getting away from his dad that didn't get the chances that he did, whilst also not forgetting about where he came from ("training to depart," etc).
@B-Bud Den Doda Vinkeln -- kent:
Glad we've got something other than English on here! The name literally translates to The Dead Angle, which is just a fantastic name. According to Wiki, Kent was considered the most popular rock band in Sweden and Scandinavia -- and this is the first time I've heard of them! Going only by the title and without understanding the lyrics, I'd bank that this song is about a misfit not quite fitting into society, who tragically dies in some meaningful way. I'm looking at the lyrics and it seems I was a bit off. If I intrepret it literally, it seems to be about a druggie going through withdrawl. Tbh I like my interpretation better. Good song!
@ZombieDawgs -- All That and More (Sailboat) -- Rainbow Kitten Surprise:
This is one of those songs I've heard for a while but didn't know the name. The ultimate panera song.
My favorite part is when everyone mumbles and then they scream SHE'S ALL THAT AND MORE. You can feel the indie, coffee shop vibe they were going for with the guitar and the strange timing on the vocals. A nice, modern-day jingle.
I bet his girlfriend is a literal battle-axe.
@JDER14 -- Old Man - Live At Massley Hall 1971 -- Neil Young:
Interesting that you decided to go with a live recording. I don't usually like how "raw" they are, but I think Neil talking at the beginning of this really adds to the piece, strangely enough. This seems like the way it was meant to be listened to. His father was actually a writer. He wrote a lot. You can really tell that it rubbed off on his son on a lot of ways, like the song says. Really deep lyrics. Like his father, he went through a fair share of relationship problems, unfortunately. It can be hard to sort out how we feel about our parents sometimes. They're not perfect, but they are our parents. You need to be careful to pick out the parts about them you like and to figure out how to deal with the rest. This song is a nice reflection on that.
This thing's gonna be a slow burn so stick with me while I go through this. I'll do my best to give each song equal time -- just know I will always listen to them all the way through.
also what the fuck does this statistic mean?? Does this make any sense??
don't use spotify so im bringing back the fp classic last.fm collage
maybe ill try to use spotify in 2019 but... too much of the stuff i listen to isnt on there
I got really into 21 Pilots new album but I guess that was too late in the year to get up there
Only started using Spotify two months ago, so my listening time is pretty meager. Anyhow...
Takeshi Furukawa is the composer for the The Last Guardian soundtrack. Often have that one on for background noise while I'm doing projects.
Top song is Josh Tillman's (Father John Misty) performance of "Everything is Free", though the original by Gillian Welch is also fantastic!
i.... i uh.....
had a big macross binge in the fall which was pretty substantial. jutsu ep best album
I just picked up using spotify as of a few months ago, sadly thats not enough for this thing to list it all for me so might as well throw a collage up too.
Jeez I wonder what genre I like currently.
Not mine, this is what my bf got. The percentages here seem.. Odd, to say the least.
Sorry for whole page lol. Fun fact, Practice makes perfect is from the witcher soundtrack and the first song in our D&D playlist, so its probably been played at least 50 times, make me wonder how much I liked "My Own Shit" haha.
I may or may not have gotten into King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard this year
and just for flexing purposes
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