November 30, 2004

This morning I found an old "compilation" CD, containing a few classic songs:
Ash: Shining Light
Collective Soul: The World I Know
Metallica: Whiskey In The Jar (love this one)

Yesterday I twice had the pleasure of listening to the brilliant album:
Neutral Milk Hotel: In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

November 28, 2004

Stereophonics: Have A Nice Day

Can't think of a more perfect pop song. Even my 2 year old daughter loves it!!!

November 18, 2004

Green Day: Jesus Of Surburbia

Also listening to older Green Day stuff and Dire Straits (Making Movies)

November 17, 2004

Manic Street Preachers: A Song For Departure/To Repel Ghosts

November 16, 2004

Kasabian: Processed Beats/Reason Is Treason

Let Me Move On by Gene is definitely the best song right now!

November 11, 2004

Delaware: Last Night (album track: ...And Everything Reminds Me)
R.E.M.: The Outsiders (album track: Around The Sun)
EPO-555: Pioneers/Sugar For The War Machine

November 4, 2004

Kent: Beskyddaren (from the brilliant Hagnesta Hill album - released 1999)

Swedish or not! Kent IS the best band in the world......

November 3, 2004

The Killers: All These Things That I've Done

Funny how some songs work better as a part of an album than as singles. Recent examples are "Take Me Out" (Franz Ferdinand) and "Somebody Told Me" (The Killers).
Both singles are pretty ordinary in my opinion, but when listening to them as part of an album, they turn out to be great songs!

November 2, 2004

Still listening a lot to Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day, though the rest of The American Idiot album sure sounds like it deserves a closer "look".

Bought Hot Fuss by The Killers this Saturday, but haven't listened to it so far.

Waiting for the following albums to "arrive":
Manics - Lifeblood
Placebo - Singles