"The first time I heard the new single off the Bravery album, I actually cried, and I do not even remember the name of that damn song. It reminded me of this girl I am in love with." - kroqken
A link from the same page:
Someone's fighting back.
well the Monkeys were sort of like that as a band ... almost anyone who wins American Idol are advertising for the show .... dont know if that is what you were asking or not ... they also put out cd's for movies and sometimes the songs arent even played in the movie, and if they are , just a part of it .... cr****
i'd like to hear that song.
Hey, hey, we're the monkees!
A good part of me doesn't see what the issue is. I mean learning this might make me want to listen to the song more carefully before deciding to spin it again on the air but if it's a good song I fail to see what the big deal is. And, I mean it's Radio 1.
Its funny when emo bands get mad when they think people don't like them BECAUSE they are an emo band. Its like the thought never even occurs to them that the people who don't like them don't like them because they suck a whole lot.
the monkees aren't emo
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They're math rock.
Hunting has been part of our society since the first Europeans came over and shot buffalo and Native Americans and whatnot.
The Dive Poets
in the 80's, the example was: sigue sigue sputnik.
a few fashionistas locked in a room with keyboreds.
and commercials placed inbetween every "song".
The Who Sell Out was exactly what it sounds like. The Who recorded a whole bunch of commercials. And got mad cash for it, too.
also one of the snazziest album covers to boot!...
looking to purchase:big brother skateboarding magazine back issues. travis bean tb1000s electric guitars.
I am going to get so blown to Cypress Hill while they play.
kiss is the definition of a marketing ploy, theyve made more off their image than their music
But that's a post hoc thing. They didn't start playing music with the goal of selling figurines of themselves.
i like the other headline "Disco legend admits drug use" hahah duh.
lollipops and crisps
Aren't albums products?