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  • 7/10- Always liked hearing these instruments being played with spirit as well the nice touch of the lyrics.

    Electric Light Orchestra - "Mr. Blue Sky"

  • 10/10 - Beatlesque pop rock at its best!

    Here's a Norwegian rock classic:

    DumDum Boys - "Splitter pine"

  • 4/10

    Giant - Matthew Good Band

  • 6/10

    The Shadows - "Let Me Be the One"

    Most people know them for their instrumental rock hits in the 60s like "Apache" and "Wonderful Land", but few know they could also sing and got 2nd place in Eurovision Song Contest 1975 with this song.

  • 3/10 Honestly sounds like an early Beatles B-side.

    Low Roar - Don't be so serious

    Been playing Death Stranding almost religiously since it came out. The gameplay might no be for everyone, but the soundtrack and the atmosphere is unmatched by anything else.

  • 5/10

    Status Quo - "Pictures of Matchstick Men"

  • 8/10 A riff that I always have stuck in my head after I hear it!
    Smashing Pumpkins - 1979

  • Not my thing, but the lyrics are good 5/10

  • 6/10

    Thin Lizzy - "The Boys Are Back in Town"

  • 10/10 One of my favs ever since I was little.
    Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye(live version because why not)

  • That was not the voice I expected (doesn't match his appearance). Instrumentally it's a bit too simple and repetitive for my taste. There's nothing that really grabs me about this one.
    Rating: 5/10

    It's that time of the year again. I bring you a Norwegian Christmas classic (released in 2010, but still):

    Maria Mena - "Home for Christmas"

  • 8/10 Festive fun!
    Third Eye Blind - Jumper

  • 6/10

    Odd Nordstoga - "Jolevise"

  • edited December 2019

    3/10 too early for Xmas stuff for me, but I'm in a different time zone. I did like the start where the accordion was going.. prior to the singing. So like the first 5 seconds?

    Khruangbin & Leon Bridges - Texas Sun

  • edited December 2019


    Huey Lewis and the News - "While We're Young" (Live at Coney Island)

    They recently released this song as a single and will be included on their upcoming album Weather in 2020, but I prefer the live version because it has the sax solo.

  • edited December 2019

    7/10, can't go wrong with Huey Lewis.

    Tim Buckley - Once I Was, 1967

  • 7/10

    Stevie Wonder - "What Christmas Means to Me"

  • 7/10 Christmas is so dang close
    The Who - Won’t Get Fooled Again (I like versions of everything )

  • Obviously a 10/10

    New Radicals - "You Get What You Give"

  • 9/10 - Reminds me of my mom

    Coast Modern "Guru"

  • 6/10

    Some Swedish funk:

    Newtone - "Conspiracy of Grooves"

  • edited January 8

    8/10 if I heard this at a bar I'd be super stoked! Kinda jamariquai-ish.

    So I bought this USB HDD reader thingy off amazon and recovered like 20 days of music off my old drives. Found some great gems from my college days back in the 2000's.

    This was my favorite song for 2006ish. Reminds me of taking weekend trips from Stockton, CA to see my girlfriend at UCSC, heavy rains and loads of trees...

  • Not my style of music or a fan of how this is mixed (instrumental is too loud and almost drowns out the vocals).
    Rating: 5/10

    Eva Weel Skram - "Selmas sang"

    Selma's song

    Do you long to get away from the great gray emptyness?
    The road is long, but I know that you're able to walk
    Within you there burns a star so strong and clear
    In its light you shall find your way back to what once was

    Fly like a bird
    Make yourself a path
    So that you can come home to me
    You can walk many miles
    But where do you belong?
    Where do you belong?

    Raindrops fall and the fall takes the colours away
    You are endlessly small, but the hope is large
    I belong to you and thus it will always be
    I dream that soon you're here and lay your hand safely in mine

    So fly like a bird
    Make yourself a path
    So that you can come home to me
    Hear my song
    Soon you'll be warm
    You can fall asleep in my arms
    You can walk many miles
    If you know what you want
    But where do you belong?

    So fly like a bird
    Make yourself a path
    So that you can come home to me
    And hear my song
    Soon you'll be warm
    You can fall asleep in my arms
    You can walk many miles
    If you know what you want
    But where do you belong?

  • 5/10

    Chilly Gonzales - Nimbus

  • Not enough percussion for my taste, good piano nevertheless, could fit in a movie soundtrack pretty well

    Masego, FKJ - Tadow

  • edited January 8

    Love the guitar, vocals like a 5/10. Beat is good at 00:37. I can always appropriate a song that incorporates the sax. Overall I rate this a 8/10.
    "A Horse with No Name"- America

  • edited January 10

    I know it's a popular song (one-hit wonder), but I personally don't find anything special about it, therefore I can't give it higher than 7/10.

    Eagles - "Nightingale"

    One of my favorite deep cuts from their catalogue. The song was written by Jackson Browne.

  • 7/10 quite good. Will have to listen to more of their deep cuts.

    In memory of the greatest to do it, Neil Peart.

  • edited January 10

    10/10 - I can't give less than that. Sad to hear that he's gone. Died way too young...

    Rush - "La Villa Strangiato"

    (R.I.P. Neil Peart)

  • 10/10 he was a legend

    Agnus Dei - Samuel Barber
    Vlaams Radiokoor
    Marcus Creed, conductor
    Recorded at Studio4, Flagey (Brussels) 2015

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