Also just finished a (much shorter) marathon of the Arctic Monkeys' stuff. First two albums are still pretty much perfect, Humbug and Suck It and See hold up much better than I remember while A.M. surprisingly feels rather cold and distant compared to my last listen. It did encourage me to buy up more of their B-sides from iTunes, which are straight-up excellent. Seriously, most bands don't even bother with B-sides anymore, let alone anything as good as Sketchead or Evil Twin or Bigger Boys and Stolen Sweethearts. Keep it up, lads.
Post by thomasfansince1983 on Jun 17, 2016 18:31:38 GMT
I'm listening to Eminem, D-12, Dr Dre, Coolio, 2 Pac, Nickelback, Within Temptation, The Corrs, Brian Adams, Nightwish & Bon Jovi at the moment, those are all favourite artists of mine, I'm really into my old school hip hop, rock & metal.
Right now, I have two main jams, the first one is "Golden Days" by Panic! at the Disco. This is easily my favorite song by them, I like the reminiscing atmosphere of the whole thing.
My other song which I've been listening to a lot recently is "Breathe (2 AM)" by Anna Nalick. This has got to be one of the greatest songs that I have ever heard. It is exceedingly well written and well composed, and it's actually about something. Great song.
I don't have a lot of variety, I usually find one or two songs and then spam them on repeat until I hate them.
I'll give this thread a little love. I've always enjoyed listening to Mark Tremonti belt out some amazing guitar solos in Creed and Alter Bridge but the man has a powerful voice in his own right. I've been really enjoying his solo work with Dust. Then It Has Begun with some Starset on the playlist. And we'll Seal the Deal and Boogie with Volbeat.
harperman: Also i have read up to 149 of 376 ERS Volumes
May 12, 2021 22:47:47 GMT
zeldatheswordsm: Railway modelling hot take: Daylight under the boiler is overrated in OO, and it might be best to glue acetate shielding behind it on locos that have it to mitigate dust inflow. Especially locos where the body is actually screwed to the chassis.
May 12, 2021 23:19:41 GMT
Engine 87546: Happy 76th anniversary to The Three Railway Engines. Published on May 12th, 1945.
May 13, 2021 1:22:50 GMT
harperman: I Have also read through the entirety of ERS Novel 6
May 13, 2021 14:54:41 GMT