Thursday, June 22, 2006

Top 5

Shamelessly stolen from the lovely Lucy on her blog (although I've omitted one section that she has because it was too difficult).

Top 5 favourite albums:

Primal Scream – Screamdelica
The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses
Beth Orton – Trailer Park
The Chemical Brothers – Surrender
Death in Vegas – Contino Sessions

Top 5 favourite recording artists:

Primal Scream
The Smiths
Velvet Underground
The Chemical Brothers
The Stone Roses


Top 5 songs that make me jump around my bedroom:

The Delays- Long Time Coming
Talking Heads – Psycho Killer (not actually jumping but swaying my hips in a very New York way)
Big Star – Get What You Deserve
Happy Mondays – WFL
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Bang

Top 5 songs that make me go 'fuck yeah!'

Rage Against the Machine – Killing in the Name
Primal Scream – Loaded
The Ramones – Chinese Rock
LCD Soundsystem – Jump into the Fire
Flowered Up - Weekender

Top 5 songs to cry to:

Neil Diamond – Songs of Life
Johnny Cash - Hurt
The Charlatans – Telling Stories
Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman
Lamb - Goreki


(I appear to be stuck in a bit of musical rut - not much from this century here)

5 comments:

Lucy In The Sky said...

God don't worry about being in a rut- I had tons of Blur and Smiths in my lists.

Bloody hell, Weekender by Flowered Up. What a blast from the past!!! Excellent.

SandDancer said...

It just seems that while there is newer music I like,it doesn't really mean anything much to me compared to stuff from a while back.

My OH played Weekender when he DJed at our friends wedding - he forgot that it ends with swearing so had to turn it off quickly before the relatives noticed.

Lucy In The Sky said...

Lo, me too. I love The Kooks, for example, but they'll never be as great to me as The Stones or The Beta Band.

Can your OH dj at my wedding? I think a good indie dj is probably hard to find. Not that I'm getting married right now :o)

SandDancer said...

Not if you call him an indie DJ. He wasn't pleased when I called the night he played at an indie night. No idea what to call it instead though without sounding pretentious - I think he may have mumbled something about 'avoiding labels'. He played a lovely set of soul & motown before his indie/dance classics set at this wedding.

northern monkey said...

great choices...thanks for making me run to cd collection and re-live some old faves...no songs from this century? On reflection that's no bad thing...