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Lady Gaga Muestra Un Pecho
2012-05-12 12:22:00
Lady Gaga Muestra Un Pecho
2012-01-05 18:53:00
Flexing, aka Bonebreaking, is a form of street dancing that involves rhythmic contortions, slides, glides, pops and locks. Think breakdancing, meets robot, meets industrial grime. Here's a premier group from Brooklyn, New York City known as NextLevel Squad "flexing" their stuff inside the subway system. At about 4:28 it gets surreal--these guys are intense!
Madonna Performing at Super Bowl Halftime Show
2011-10-31 18:07:00
Madonna has been chosen over Lady Gaga to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show, and sources are saying that the Queen of Pop is thrilled. To wow audiences, Madonna plans on getting back to her roots during the show on February 5th. A source close to the singer said ?When Madonna heard Gaga was ...
Kelly Clarkson Spotted Buying New CDs
2011-10-27 23:23:00
Kelly Clarkson recently posted a picture of herself picking up her own CD ?Stronger? and Coldplay?s ?Mylo Xyloto? on her WhoSay account. The pop singer wrote ?Buying the 2 best albums out this year haha! Yeah!!!!? If you?re wondering why she went incognito to buy the CDs, the original American Idol told a fan ?I ...
Plants vs. Zombies y Peggle llegarán (por fin) a Android
2011-01-18 18:00:00
PopCap es la empresa que creó los juegos Plants vs. Zombies y Peggle, que han sido tremendamente populares. Hasta ahora, los juegos estaban disponibles para consolas y para dispositivos de Apple, y aunque PopCap venía prometiendo una versión para Android desde 2009, recién ahora se mostraron los primeros demos de cómo funcionarán los juegos sobre ...
Paige Nichols
2010-11-05 16:44:00
How many times have you had your heart broken?  Don’t worry, I’m not here to talk you out of your heartaches, though I think a passionate and soulful singer-songwriter can do so. And by that I mean, some music from this young maiden here, Paige Nichols, can get it done in a much more invigorating ...
Paige Nichols
2010-11-05 16:44:00
How many times have you had your heart broken?  Don’t worry, I’m not here to talk you out of your heartaches, though I think a passionate and soulful singer-songwriter can do so. And by that I mean, some music from this young maiden here, Paige Nichols, can get it done in a much more invigorating ...
They Were Strangers to You
2010-08-03 02:52:00
?Mommy, do you have a Dad???Yes, Roo. Pop is my Dad.?She was quiet, thinking.?But Grandma Seattle un-married him.??They did get un-married,? I said, using her language, ?but he?s still my Dad and she?s still my mom and they still love me the same as when they were married.?She was quiet again.?What did it feel like when they got unmarried,? she asked.?What did it feel like to me? I was sad, I guess.??How was it sad???Well, things weren?t the same.??Like what???Well, like Christmas. We used to all have Christmas together, but after they decided not to be married, I had to choose where to spend Christmas ? with Grandma Seattle or with Pop.??Who did you choose?? she asked.?I took turns for awhile,? I said, ?and now we all have Christmas with Grandma New York so I don?t have it with either of them.?What did it feel like when you got a new Dad and a new Mom?? she asked.?What do you mean by new mom and new dad, Roo???What did it feel like when Grandma Seattle and Pop decided to marry othe...
Good entertainment is hard to come by: World Cup Waka Waka
2010-05-07 23:33:00
It's amazing how modern people have tons of leisure time compared with our forefathers, equally huge servings of education, money, health, and technology yet the best song collective humanity can come up with is Shakira's Waka Waka This Time for Africa. SHARETHIS.addEntry( { title : 'Good entertainment is hard to come by: World Cup Waka Waka', url : ''}, { button: true } ) ; Full story »Original post blogged on b2evolution.
Kings of Convenience ? I?d Rather Dance With You
2010-02-17 18:04:00
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Sonorama Podcast 001 ? [@bitalicious]
2010-02-14 01:58:00
Este es el primer podcast (segunda generación) de Sonorama.NET, a cargo de [bitalicious]. En esta primer entrega, se hace un repaso musical (no relatado) a la vieja escuela del indie y college rock estadounidense. Disfrútenlo. [Escúchalo acá] [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Descárgalo de acá: Sonorama Podcast 001 “” [@bitalicious] Tracklist 01 Seam – Inching Toward Juarez 02 Calexico – ...
Entre Ríos ? Frontera
2010-02-13 01:06:00
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Empire of the Sun ? We Are the People
2010-02-11 05:47:00
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Belle & Sebastian ? The Boy With The Arab Strap
2010-02-11 04:39:00
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The Smiths ? Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want
2010-02-10 18:30:00
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Sparklehorse ? Sick Of Goodbyes
2010-02-09 21:13:00
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Nancy Sinatra ? These Boots Are Made For Walking
2010-02-09 20:49:00
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R.E.M. ? What?s The Frequency, Kenneth?
2010-02-09 20:39:00
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Nouvelle Vague ? In a Manner of Speaking (Tuxedomoon cover)
2010-02-09 20:27:00
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The Rapture ? Whoo! Alright Yeah?Uh Huh
2010-02-09 20:14:00
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Peter, Björn & John ? Young Folks
2010-02-09 19:54:00
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William Shatner, Ben Folds & Joe Jackson ? Common People
2010-02-09 19:52:00
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Of Montreal ? So Begins Our Alabee
2010-02-09 19:41:00
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Why don't restaurants stock coffee lids?
2009-12-01 02:12:00 = '';tweetmeme_service = '';After eating, I always ask for a coffee to go. It keeps me busy in between texting and browsing the internet while I'm driving (just kidding- very dangerous- don't do it). Anyways, about half the restaurants don't have the kind of lid that you can keep on as you sip your coffee. I really dislike having to take out my Leatherman to open a slit in the plastic containers designed for soda. This rule doesn't discriminate, from the most expensive restaurants to the mom and pop meat loaf dives, it's always 50%. Considering that many people probably finish their meal with coffee and a large percentage of them probably like to do as I do, and that coffee lids are available at Sam's Club or Costco for about 40 cents a ton; there's really no excuse not to have them. Please, coff...
Brother can you spare a dime
2009-09-19 22:36:00 favorite columnist, Mark Steyn, mentioned "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime" in his National Review column, which I've posted below. Steyn contrasts the lyrics of the song with the modern British attitude towards work. What the singer of "Brother" wants is the ability to work again, the "restoration of dignity," while the modern British dole-takers wish to avoid work. The song was written at a time when calling somebody 'non-productive" would produce shame within the target. Today, for many societies, producing is optional, if not a bad thing altogether. Why should people produce in the first place? Isn't production a source of pollution? People have always had a sense of societal obligations between ruler and ruled, classes, Church and state. These change over time. Brits may have, at one time, cared about the glory of the empire or spreading their beliefs around the world. The able-bodied were expecte...
The Whitest Boy Alive - Rules
2009-03-08 18:33:00
Norwegian singer Erlend Øye has one of the most effortlessly smooth voices in the underground pop world, and any project he’s involved with seems to play to that strength. The latest such effort is The Whitest Boy Alive’s second album, Rules. It’s a well-refined collection of jazz-infused pop with the cool flow of ...
Handsome Furs - Face Control
2009-03-03 22:55:00
Handsome Furs’ first effort Plague Park, released two years ago, was all too quickly dismissed as a hobby album for Wolf Parade’s Dan Boeckner, the result of a man taking up model airplane painting to distract him from the day-job. There was good reasoning for this- It was, after all, made with his then-girlfriend and ...
Fucked Up - The Chemistry of Common Life
2009-03-02 20:11:00
Fucked Up is the type of music your mother, Mary Whitehouse and the NME warned you about. This is the devil’s music, screamed at you by a bald-headed fat bloke called Pink Eyes who makes Wayne Coyne look sane, Frank Gallows look like a youth worker and Les Savy Fav look like the best bet ...
Asobi Seksu - Hush
2009-03-01 23:51:00
Drawing back the viscid curtain that surrounded 2006’s Citrus, Asobi Seksu’s Hush releases the band from its gooey shoegaze cocoon, a transformation that frees up their sound but also leaves it strangely bare. The result is an album with a broader range, more exploratory but less interesting and without the same sense of coherence, like ...
Ry Cooder - The Ry Cooder Anthology: The UFO Has Landed
2009-03-01 20:33:00
While Ry Cooder is primarily known for his haunting, bluesy scores for countless films, the artist was also a pretty accomplished adult contemporary pop artist in the ?70s before the movies claimed him as one of their own. And while we?ve previously had the Music By Ry Cooder soundtrack anthology back in the ?90s, the ...
Popnoname - Surrounded by Weather (2008)
2008-11-23 22:23:00
Cuando La Düsseldorf de la República Federal Alemana empezó a crear música a partir de elementos básicos de interpretación y algunos otros meramente orgánicos, pero con una base electrónica, era ciertamente un experimento de continuidad a lo que con Neu! se habia conseguido, pero no atrapado. Y si en algún momento La Düsseldorf fué considerada ...
The Sea and Cake - Car Alarm
2008-11-14 01:08:00
One of the pitfalls of crafting a sound that is so wonderfully distinct is that, unless you make a conscious effort to continually build upon that sound and strive for something even more inventive, you drift into the dark territory of self-parody. With their eighth full-length album, Car Alarm, The Sea and Cake must have ...
Ben Folds - Way To Normal
2008-10-29 06:54:00
As a songwriter Ben Folds is an omnivore, utilizing a number of different styles from the linear narrative to more abstract musings. While his approaches and moods vary, they can often fall under two umbrella types: the heartbreaking, melancholic confessor of personal ballads like Brick and Smoke, and the comic, sarcastic observer of upbeat rockers ...
Shugo Tokumaru - Exit
2008-10-25 04:46:00
From the time his Japanese / US debut Night Piece began to receive rare but rave reviews in 2004 to his second album, L.S.T’s slightly more international 2006 release on New Zealand’s Lil Chief Records (The Brunettes, The Ruby Suns), Shugo Tokumaru has largely remained a mystery of sorts. Now, with his recent (and first ...
MJ Feat. Luis Fonsi - Yo No Me Doy Por Vencido [Remix]
2008-10-04 08:40:00
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Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up (8)
2008-09-03 10:48:00
Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up
James Yorkston - When The Haar Rolls In
2008-09-01 19:49:00
Tall, avuncular and with the reassuringly tweedy air of a financially insecure Kelsey Grammar, James Yorkston is the quietly rising future of folk-tinged British songwriters. While still a member of East Neuk’s Fence Collective, a loose conglomeration of songwriterly souls that also spawned KT Tunstall, King Creosote and The Beta Band, Yorkston’s forthcoming album, When ...
Ron Sexsmith - Exit Strategy Of The Soul
2008-08-31 21:36:00
Canadian Ron Sexsmith is one of those artists who never lets you down. His albums are consistantly great and his latest, Exit Strategy for the Soul, is no exception. He?s also one of those artists who?s destined to be on the periphery of things, never quite hitting the big time or popularity he deserves. In ...
Pop Levi - Never Never Love
2008-08-29 21:14:00
Pop Levi?s 2007 effort, The Return to Form Black Magick Party, was everything a pop album should be. Balancing infectiously sugar-coated rockers, hypnotic acid-blues dirges, it came across like T. Rex on a sugar high, minus the mysticism. Inexplicably, no one listened to it, and the album remained frustratingly under the radar. If there?s any ...
Xavier Rudd - Dark Shades of Blue
2008-08-25 20:51:00
There’s a long tradition of acoustic artists plugging in, and Australian singer-songwriter Xavier Rudd now joins an esteemed list that includes the likes of Dylan and DiFranco. With 2007’s White Moth as a stepping stone and touring partner and drummer Dave Tolley along for the ride, Rudd’s latest effort, Dark Shades of Blue, is richer ...
David Bisbal - Silencio (8)
2008-08-25 17:16:00
David Bisbal - Silencio
The School - Let It Slip EP
2008-08-24 16:13:00
Reviving a long forgotten sound is a flourishing band, simply called The School, that evoke feeling and passion in their love of all things ’60s. Fronting the Cardiff group is Liz Hunt, a woman with such an angelic voice that it becomes immediately addictive. Through observation of the musical talent, it’s easy to see that ...
They Came From The Stars I Saw Them - We Are All In The Gutter But Some Of
2008-08-13 04:03:00
This record is an electro-funk odyssey by They Came From The Stars I Saw Them, an outfit that aren?t ones to be held back by conventional approaches to music. This aural trip is sometimes engaging, sometimes rambling, but always characterful in a sprawling, spaced-out way. It takes a while for the ear to adjust to ...
POP: The Olympics are a Trap
2008-08-09 14:30:00
I know this is hilarious but is anyone else other than me expecting something really bad to happen during the Beijing Olympics? Yeah, I'm a pessimist.
Smoking Popes - Stay Down
2008-08-08 18:18:00
To say that fans have had to wait for the fourth Smoking Popes album of original material is an understatement. The beloved Chicago power pop band broke up shortly after the release of its last proper album, 1997?s ?Destination Failure,? reformed in 2005 and soon after began referencing imminent new studio material. The result, Stay ...
POP: Triumph at Comic-Con
2008-08-08 14:30:00
This one is sort of self explanatory. Triumph the Insult Comic Dog (from the Late Show with Conan O'Brien) goes to the San Diego Comic Convention and insults every person he sees. The best has to go to the Bomberman fan who is there to play Pokemon.
POP: Pot Dealer?s Tragic Choice Ended in Death
2008-08-07 14:30:00
It's not really funny, but it is ironic to know that marijuana has not ever killed a person... except when police are involved. This story is tragic and likely to make you angry. And an FYI: The baggy she was busted on weighed a quarter-pound which amounts to about 4 ounces. Rachel Hoffman was killed as an informant and her murderers were not apprehended until later. Anyone else think the police should be held on murder charges?
POP: ScriptGirl Report for August 1st 2008
2008-08-06 14:30:00
Great! Another Fast & Furious type movie. I thought the horse was dead. Oh right they're still beating the $%^& out of it.
POP: Weird Sexual innuendos in VideoGaming
2008-08-05 14:30:00
This is both disturbing and funny. Nothing quite tops the coaching in the boxing game though.
POP: Edgar Allen Poe reads the Raven
2008-08-04 14:30:00
I've been seeing this style of animation quite a bit lately. If you find this at all interesting I also recommend the free animated comic of the Watchmen now available on Itunes.
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