Monday, September 05, 2005

There's no colour and no sound

These days, I cannot stop listening to certain songs. When I listen to the albums, I rewind these songs over and over.

This song list is quite diverse, and some of the songs are more well-known than others, but I fullsoully* recommend giving one or two a listen (from whatever source it is that you get your music):

Doves - "Black and White Town"
The Decemberists - "Song for Myla Goldberg"
Broken Social Scene - "Cause = Time"
Grandaddy - "The Group Who Wouldn't Say"
Beck - "Girl"
Arcade Fire - "Rebellion (Lies)"
Iron and Wine - "Free Until They Cut Me Down"

* fullsoully - not a real word


At 6:59 PM, Blogger Manda posited...

On a random note, I just checked out dcfc's new album...It's, decent, but like you said..definitely not another Transatlanticism. I think my favorite track is "Soul Meets Body", I like the ba da da da part, and how he shows off his range. Huzzah.

Songs on repeat:

1. Waxwing. Cut me in two
2. Ray Charles. Georgia on my Mind
3. The Lucksmiths. Guess how much I love you
4. Magnolia Electric co. Hard to love a man
5. Caribou. Hello Hammerheads

At 12:58 AM, Blogger chris posited...

Arcade Fire are awesome in my humble opinion.

At 8:49 AM, Blogger Kid C posited...

I feel cultured being familiar with all of those songs prior to reading the post.

However, I prefer "Crown of Love" by the Arcade Fire, "Naked As We Came" by Iron & Wine, "Go It Alone" by Beck (off of "Guero" anyway), and "Caught by the River" by Doves.

Maybe it's just me.

At 9:00 AM, Blogger CoachDub posited...

All great songs, too.
But when you say "I prefer" you don't need to follow it with "maybe it's just me"! Of course it is: that's what PREFER means. Don't hedge. Be bold. Come on, Erik! Geez.

At 9:09 AM, Blogger Kid C posited...

My bad. lol

At 9:29 AM, Blogger Kid C posited...

BTW, I like how you linked to every band's website on this post. A nice touch.

At 11:46 AM, Blogger mayah posited...

beck is my homeboy.

At 7:10 PM, Blogger "Jackie" posited...

beck is just one step behind prince.

At 11:20 PM, Blogger Jake posited...

"Brothers On A Hotel Bed" is a great title for a song, and the song itself is beautiful, though I was a little disappointed that it's not actually about brothers on a hotel bed. Maybe this is because I spent many cross-country family roadtrips sharing a hotel bed with my little brother.


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