Rate What The Person Above You Is Listening To



  • edited December 2

    4/10 - Nothing to it except "humour" value

    The Cure - Fire in Cairo

  • 1/10

    The 1975 - I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)

  • 5/10

    Tamikrest - Toumast anlet

  • Interesting sound. I find this very soothing.

    Vulfpeck - "Christmas in L.A."

  • 3/10 - Very strange PFC!

    Bob Lind - Go Ask Your Man

  • edited December 8

    Very nice chord progression, the melody is decent, but the production quality is lackluster for 1966.
    Overall score: 6/10

    The guys at Vulf Records released a new studio album yesterday. Here's the opening track (the chorus should have you sold):

    Vulfpeck - "Half of the Way"

  • 6/10

    Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark -- Enola Gay / Electricity (Peel '79-82)

  • 8/10

    Primitive Radio Gods - Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hand

  • edited December 10

    I have mixed feelings on this. There are some parts I like, but I don't like the overall sound.
    Overall score: 5/10

    kent - "Dom andra"

    (Early 2000s nostalgia for me. The band is Swedish, but this song got a lot of airplay on Norwegian radio as well. The whistling part is everything!)

  • 8/10 I know this one.

    Here's a timeless heart crusher that I think most people here appreciate.
    Michael Kamen & the London Metropolitan Orchestra - Band of Brothers Theme

  • 7/10

    Dirty Projectors - That's a Lifestyle (NPR Tiny Desk Concert)

  • 7/10 - Pleasant music performed by clearly talented musicians.

    Now for an emotional Christmas ballad:

    Emelie Hollow - "Feeling of Christmas"

    (Norwegian artist ofc)

  • 5/10

    The Smiths - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

  • edited December 14

    5/10 - Have yet to find a Smiths song that hooks me.

    Oslo Gospel Choir - "En stjerne skinner i natt"

    (English: "A star is shining tonight")

  • 3/10 Not my thing

    AxH - Numbskull

  • 3/10 - Very loud and abrasive. I don't hate that necessarily, I like Death Grips after all, I just don't get the appeal of music like this though. My neighbours play it very loudly, by themselves, not even during a party, and I have to wonder - why?

    Brigitte Bardot - Une Histoire de Plage

  • edited December 16

    7/10 - Simple and short, but sweet!

    Daryl Hall & John Oates - "Jingle Bell Rock"

    (The version with Daryl on the lead vocals is the most played, but I personally prefer John's voice on this track.)

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