Saturday, August 13, 2011
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Monday, May 2, 2011
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Thursday, April 28, 2011
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Monday, April 25, 2011
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Saturday, April 23, 2011
In my younger days i really dug this song and the album but i was young and dumb and they hadn't quite turned into the shitty radio rock band that they are today at the time.
Fuck I Hate This Band!!!!!
Friday, April 22, 2011
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Monday, April 18, 2011
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Friday, April 15, 2011
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
I've now listened to the new Foo Fighters' album twice. The verdict is in: It's awesome! I love it so far. A lot of great, big rock songs. It's catchy, it's loud, it's everything you would want (and barely ever get) in an album these days....oh, and the entire thing was recorded in Grohl's garage.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Rolling down the streets blaring this song.
Monday, April 11, 2011
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Friday, April 8, 2011
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
1. Drunken Sailor – Blaggards
2. Drunk Tonight – The Bloody Irish Boys
3. Kiss Me I’m Shitfaced – Dropkick Murphys
4. Seven Drunken Nights – The Dubliners
5. One Last Drink – Enter The Haggis
6. Goodbye Mick, Goodbye Pat – The Fenians
7. Drunken Lullabies – Flogging Molly
8. Davey – The Go Set
9. Fuck You I’m Drunk – The Irish Rovers
10. Rocky Road to Dublin – Blaggards
11. God Save Ireland – Finnegan’s Lad
12. Whitey – Biblecode Sundays
13. Hello Jakey! - Neck
14. Drunken Lazy Bastard - The Mahones
15. Brotherhood - Flatfoot 56
16. No Loot, No Booze, No Fun – The Tossers
17. Drink and Fight – Flogging Molly
(Couple other great celtic bands not mentioned above: Barleyjuice, Blood or Whiskey, Brace Yourself Bridget!, The Gobshites, Irish Stew of Sindidun, The Pogues, The Killigans, Larkin, The Peelers, The Real McKenzies, Siobhan.............ok, that's enough)
HAPPY ST. PATTY'S DAY! CHEERS!
Ahhh St. Patty's Day, the greatest holiday of all! On St. Patty's Day everyone is Irish and we all drink like were Irish too. There are many things that make the day great but the best three in my opinion are: the Beer, Whiskey, and Music. Here are 17 great songs to listen to while your enjoying your St. Patty's Day. Cheers! Erin Go Bragh!!!
1. "Drinking in the Day" -The Tossers
2. "Barroom Hero" -Dropkick Murphys
3. "Float" -Flogging Molly
4. "Drink It Up Men" -The Dubliners
5. "The Night Pat Murphy Died" -Great Big Sea
6. "Seven Drunkin' Nights (Live)" -The Tossers
7. "(F)lannigan's Ball" -Dropkick Murphys
8. "In Defense of Dorchester" -Street Dogs
9. "Pints of Guinness Make You Strong" -Against Me!
10. "Come Dancing" -The Tossers
11. "The Dirty Glass" -Dropkick Murphys
12. "The Pub With No Beer" -The Dubliners
13. "The Irish Navy" -The Dubliners
14. "Rocky Road" -Blood Or Whiskey
15. "Drink The Way I Do" -Real McKenzies
16. "Medley: The Recruiting Sergeant/The Rocky Road to Dublin/Galway Races" -The Pogues
17. "Streams of Whiskey" -The Pogues
I could keep going on and on listing songs for St. Patty's but I'm gonna enjoy a cold Guinness instead! May Irish eyes smile on us all! Cheers!
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
My Old Man Boogie
Born Bred Corn Fed
Clap Your Hands
Sure Feels Like Rain
Can't Pay The Bill
Mama's Fried Potatoes
That Train Song
Let me close by saying that they put on a grrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat live show and that I recommend that everyone go see these guys!
Monday, January 31, 2011
(Reverend Peyton, July 2010, Chicago Warped Tour)
Maybe we will put up a review of the show afterward and tell you how it is, but I’m certain they won’t disappoint. At the show this summer instead of “the wall of death” Rev. Peyton split the crowd down the middle and threw a stuffed bear in the middle. The goal was to be the first to grab the bear and tear it in as many pieces as possible. Who does that shit? ……..Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band.
My top 10 Big Damn Band songs:
9. Long Gone
8. DT’s or the Devil
7. What Go Around Come Around
6. Sugar Creek
5. Mama’s Fried Potatoes
4. Your Cousin’s on Cops
3. Clap Your Hands
2. Born Bred Corn Fed
1. Worn Out Shoe
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
I came into this world in May of 1984 and throughout my life music has been key part of it. From the time I was just a kid listening to whatever my parents were listening to, up to my teenage years when I started to get into music my friends were listening to or what I heard on the radio, and to the very broad musical tastes today that I have(not trying to brag). So now I give you a timeline of music in my life and hope you like.
Years: 1984-89 Age: 0-5 Bands/Albums I Heard My Parents Listening To:
Def Leppard- Hysteria, Boston-Boston, Billy Squire-Don’t Say No, and Bee Gee’s- Saturday Night Fever
Years: 1990-96 Age: 6-12 Bands/Albums I Heard My Ma Listening To Or I Heard On The Radio:
By the 90’s my parents had split and my brother and I lived with our ma in Florida and so I listened to the music that my ma liked and what I remember hearing on the radio at the time.
Phil Collins-No Jacket Required, Sting-Fields of Gold: The Best of Sting 1984-94, Seal-Seal II, Fleetwood Mac- Rumours, and a slew of cheesy 90’s pop songs and one-hit wonders.
Years: 1997-2002 Age: 13-18 Bands I Liked/Got Into:
As I reached my teenage years I started to get into my own music or music that my friends recommended to me. These are some of the bands and albums that I really liked and had a lasting impact on me.
311-311, Nirvana-In Utero, Foo Fighters-The Colour and The Shape, Korn-Life is Peachy, Deftones-Around The Fur, Incubus-Make Yourself, Rage Against the Machine-Evil Empire, Green Day-Dookie, Red Hot Chili Peppers- Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Years: 2003-08 Age: 19-24 Bands I Liked/Got Into:
As I left my teenage years and entered my early 20’s I started to get into heaver music such as metal and hardcore and I also started to get into indie and “emo” music. These are some of the bands and their albums that I enjoyed and still do to this day that I got into in this era of my life.
Sick of it All-Call to Arms, Fear Factory-Obsolete, Eighteen Visions- Vanity, Every Time I Die-Hot Damn!, Unearth- The Stings Of Conscience, Underoath-The Changing of Times, Norma Jean- Bless The Martyr & Kiss The Child, It Dies Today- The Caitiff Choir, Dead Poetic-New Medicines, Senses Fail-Let it Enfold You, Thursday-Full Collapse, GlassJaw-Worship and Tribute, Taking Back Sunday-Tell All Your Friends, Hopesfall-A Types, Lamb of God-As The Palaces Burn, Throwdown-Haymaker, Poison The Well-Tear From the Red, Chimaira- Pass Out of Existence, Emery-The Weak’s End, He Is Legend-I Am Hollywood, Modest Mouse- Good News For People Who Love Bad News, Minus the Bear-Menos El Oso, The Appleseed Cast-Peregrine, Placebo-Sleeping With Ghosts, mewithoutYou-A to B Life, Falling Up-Crashings
Years: 2009-Present. Age:25-Current Bands/Artists I Got into:
As I have moved into my mid-20’s and move into my late 20’s my musical taste has gotten even broader as I got into jazz, blues, classic and outlaw country, classical, baroque, thrash metal, early hardcore punk and other various styles of music and I sure as I get older I will keep finding many different styles music that I will like and here are some bands/artists that I have really gotten into and their key songs or albums that have had the biggest impact on me.
Johnny Cash-At Folsom Prison, Waylon Jennings-Honky Tonk Heroes, Hank Williams-40 Greatest Hits, Hank III-Straight To Hell, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band- The Whole Fam Damnily, Blind Blake- Ragtime Guitar's Foremost Fingerpicker, Scott Joplin-“Maple Leaf Rag”, “The Entertainer”, and “Fig Leaf Rag”, Louis Armstrong-“Potato Head Blues”, “West End Blues”, “It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)”, and “Drop Me Off At Harlem”, John Coltrane- Cannonball and Coltrane(with Cannonball Adderley), Charlie Parker-Charlie Parker with Strings, Miles Davis-Kind of Blue, Dave Brubeck Quartet-Time Out, Art Tatum-Piano Starts Here, Chopin-“Etude #8 In F, Op. 10/8”, “Etude #3 In E, Op. 10/3, "Tristesse" ”, and “Etude #12 In C Minor, Op. 10/12, "Revolutionary" “, Bach-“ Suite for Orchestra No. 3 in D Major Air”, “Concerto for Violin, Strings, and Basso Continuo No. 1 in A Minor”, and “Trio Sonata for Organ No. 4 in E Minor Andante”, Mozart-“ Clarinet Concerto in A, 2nd movement”, Beethoven-“ Symphony #3 In E Flat, Op. 55, "Eroica"” ,B.B. King-Playlist Plus, Buddy Guy- Drinkin' TNT & Smokin' Dynamite (with Junior Wells), Charley Patton-Pony Blues, Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon, Led Zeppelin-Houses of the Holy, The Smiths-The Very Best of, Minor Threat-First 2 7’’s, Bad Brains-Bad Brains, Emmure-Felony, The Acacia Strain-The Dead Walk, Between the Buried and Me-Alaska, Born of Osiris- The New Reign, Testament-First Strike Still Deadly, Overkill-Taking Over, Pantera-Far Beyond Driven, Exodus-Tempo of the Damned, Opeth-Damnation, Nevermore-Dreaming in Neon Black, Circa Survive-Juturna, Explosions in the Sky- The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place, Foals-Antidotes
Thursday, January 6, 2011
9. Communication Breakdown (Led Zeppelin I)
8. Ramble On (Led Zeppelin II)
7. We're Gonna Groove (Coda)
6. Trampled Under Foot (Physical Graffiti)
5. Good Times Bad Times (Led Zeppelin I)
4. Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin III)
3. Dazed and Confused (Led Zeppelin I)
2. Over the Hills and Far Away (Houses of the Holy)
1. D'yer Mak'er (Houses of the Holy)
10. Ramble On-Led Zeppelin II
09. Good Times Bad Times-Led Zeppelin I
08. The Crunge-Houses Of The Holy
07. Moby Dick (live)-How The West Was Won
06. D'yer Mak'er-Houses Of The Holy
05. The Rain Song (live)-The Song Remains The Same
04. No Quarter (live)-The Song Remains The Same
03. Heartbreaker (live)-BBC Sessions
02. The Ocean (live)-How The West Was Won
01. Since I've Been Loving You (live)-BBC Sessions