April 17, 2010


Rebirth is the seventh studio album by American rapper Lil Wayne, released February 2, 2010 on Cash Money Records. It was originally set to be released in early 2009, before several delays led to its release. Production for the album was handled primarily by Cool & Dre, DJ Infamous, DJ Nasty & LVM, Kevin Rudolf, and J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. Rebirth is his rock music debut, though it also includes hip hop tracks.

The album debuted at number two on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, selling 176,000 copies in its first week. It became Wayne's seventh top-ten album in the United States and produced four singles that attained Billboard chart success. Upon its release, Rebirth received generally negative reviews from most music critics. It has been certified gold in sales by the RIAA, with domestic shipment of 500,000 copies.

1.     "American Star"
2.     "Prom Queen"
3.     "Ground Zero"      
4.     "Da Da Da"      
5.     "Paradice"      
6.     "Get a Life"      
7.     "On Fire"      
8.     "Drop the World" (featuring Eminem)    
9.     "Runnin'" (featuring Shanell)    
10.     "One Way Trip" (featuring Kevin Rudolf)    
11.     "Knockout" (featuring Nicki Minaj)    
12.     "The Price is Wrong" 


April 15, 2010

Bambi Dilemma

Bambi's Dilemma is the sixth studio album by Melt-Banana, released on April 24th, 2007. It was released on CD and vinyl. The name "Bambi's Dilemma" came from an incident which happened when vocalist Yasuko was driving the band's touring van in the USA and hit a deer, and kept thinking about the character Bambi from the film of the same name.

   1. "Spider Snipe"
   2. "Blank Page of the Blind"
   3. "Cracked Plaster Cast"
   4. "Heiwaboke Crisis"
   5. "Cat Brain Land"
   6. "Plasma Gate Quest"
   7. "Type: Ecco System"
   8. "The Call of the Vague"
   9. "Green Eyed Devil"
  10. "Crow's Paint Brush (Color Repair)"
  11. "T For Tone"
  12. "Slide Down"
  13. "Lock the Head"
  14. "One Drop, One Life"
  15. "In Store"
  16. "Dog Song"
  17. "Chain Keeper"
  18. "Last Target On the Last Day"


Ape Kill Ape




Some Loud Thunder

Some Loud Thunder is the second album by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, an indie rock band from Brooklyn. It was released on January 29, 2007, in the UK, and January 30 in the USA, but people who pre-ordered the album were able to legally download it from Insound  starting January 16, 2007. The album was produced by Dave Fridmann, known for his work with Mercury Rev and The Flaming Lips.

The album debuted at #47 on the Billboard 200 album chart with 19,000 copies sold."Satan Said Dance" was ranked the 95th best song of 2007 by Rolling Stone

# "Some Loud Thunder"
# "Emily Jean Stock"
# "Mama, Won't You Keep Them Castles in the Air and Burning?"
# "Love Song No. 7"
# "Satan Said Dance"
# "Upon Encountering the Crippled Elephant"
# "Goodbye to Mother and the Cove"
# "Arm and Hammer"
# "Yankee Go Home"
# "Underwater (You and Me)"
# "Five Easy Pieces"


Clap Your Hands And Say Yeah!

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah is the debut album by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, self-released in the U.S. in 2005, and released in the UK on 23 January 2006 by Wichita Recordings. Produced and mixed by Adam Lasus, the album and the band rose to fame after buzz and attention built up on various MP3 blogs and a very positive ("9.0/10") review from influential music website Pitchfork Media. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah was listed as one of the 50 most important recordings of the decade by National Public Radio's All Songs Considered.

The success of the album started after bassist Tyler Sargent began mailing out copies of the album from his apartment. As of November 2009, the album has sold more than 125,000 copies in the United States.Although the band still has no official record deal in the United States, they have signed a distribution deal to make the album available to a wider audience. In the UK, the band signed to independent record label Wichita Recordings.

   1. "Clap Your Hands!
   2. "Let the Cool Goddess Rust Away"
   3. "Over and Over Again (Lost and Found)"
   4. "Sunshine and Clouds (And Everything Proud)"
   5. "Details of the War"
   6. "The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth"
   7. "Is This Love?"
   8. "Heavy Metal"
   9. "Blue Turning Gray"
  10. "In This Home on Ice"
  11. "Gimmie Some Salt"
  12. "Upon This Tidal Wave of Young Blood"


April 13, 2010

Partie Traumatic

Partie Traumatic is the debut album by American indie rock band Black Kids, released by Almost Gold on July 7, 2008 in the United Kingdom, and released by Columbia Records on July 22, 2008 in North America. The album debuted at #5 on the UK Albums chart and placed on several year-end best albums lists.

According to bassist Owen Holmes, the album got its title from an instructional Artie Traum DVD on how to play the guitar which Holmes and Reggie Youngblood rented from their local library. The band played with the name Artie Traum, calling him Partie Traum and eventually Partie Traumatic.

   1. "Hit the Heartbrakes"
   2. "Partie Traumatic"
   3. "Listen to Your Body Tonight"
   4. "Hurricane Jane"
   5. "I'm Making Eyes at You"
   6. "I've Underestimated My Charm (Again)"
   7. "I'm Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance with You"
   8. "Love Me Already"
   9. "I Wanna Be Your Limousine"
  10. "Look at Me (When I Rock Wichoo)"


April 12, 2010

Little Joy


Little Joy is a Brazilian/American  rock  band formed in 2007  by Los Hermanos singer/guitarist Rodrigo Amarante, The Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti and Binki Shapiro. Amarante and Moretti met in 2006, at a festival in Lisbon where both their bands were performing, and the idea came up to start a new musical project unrelated to their respective bands. In 2007, with Los Hermanos on hiatus "for an undetermined amount of time, Amarante travelled to Los Angeles to collaborate with Devendra Banhart on his Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon album. He and Moretti met during recording breaks and talked about "anything but music." Through mutual acquaintances, they met multi-instrumentalist Binki Shapiro, who encouraged the pair to work on a few songs Moretti had begun writing. The band then moved into a house in the Echo Park area of Los Angeles to write more original music and record some demos. The band was christened "Little Joy" after a cocktail lounge not far from their house. Their eponymous debut album was recorded with the help of producer Noah Georgeson, whom Amarante met during his sessions with Devendra Banhart. It was released by Rough Trade Records on November 4, 2008, and was hailed by Pitchfork Media as "one of the sweetest, most listenable, consistently enjoyable records of the season." Their debut album was given four stars by Rolling Stone magazine and Nick Hornby voted it his favourite album of 2008.

# "The Next Time Around"
# "Brand New Start"
# "Play the Part"
# "No One's Better Sake"
# "Unattainable"
# "Shoulder to Shoulder"
# "With Strangers"
# "Keep Me in Mind"
# "How to Hang a Warhol"
# "Don't Watch Me Dancing"
# "Evaporar" 


Twilight Chases The Sun


01 - Twilight Chases the Sun
02 - Postcards
03 - Please
04 - Chasing Tipperary
05 - I Am Ying
06 - Why is Adam King
07 - Hush, the Dead Are Dreaming
08 - Lughnasa
09 - Now I'm Gona Take a Vacation
10 - Fin



 Antidotes is the debut studio album by British band Foals. It was released on March 24, 2008 in the United Kingdom on Transgressive Records, and on April 8, 2008 in the United States through Sub Pop. The album was recorded in Stay Gold Studios Brooklyn  in summer 2007,  and was produced by TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek. However, Foals remixed Antidotes  in London, complaining that he made it sound like it was "recorded in the Grand Canyon."

It peaked at number three in the UK Albums Chart. In the US, it reached a high of number 28 in Top Heatseekers, but failed to chart in the Billboard Top 200.[6] The album's themes are varied and cryptic, but are generally melancholic and focused on relationships. They are exemplified by the four singles: "Balloons", "Cassius", "Red Socks Pugie", and "Olympic Airways". The tracking of the parts was unorthodox in many ways ranging from drums recorded in alleyways on cassette tape recorders and then reprocessed through outboard gear to vocals being sung while moving round the room and brass performed by members of Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra directed to not play directly into the microphones.

1.     "The French Open" 
2.     "Cassius" 
3.     "Red Socks Pugie" 
4.     "Olympic Airways"     
5.     "Electric Bloom"     
6.     "Balloons"     
7.     "Heavy Water"     
8.     "Two Steps, Twice"     
9.     "Big Big Love (Fig. 2)"     
10.     "Like Swimming" 
11.     "Tron" 


April 5, 2010

Freeway, Dreaming & Broke



1What Went Wrong?
2Glory & Meaning
3Happy Chicken King
7Ice - Tea Tragedy
8A Music Guide To 70's PS#@!
9Allison Font


April 2, 2010

Black Clouds & Silver Linings

Black Clouds & Silver Linings is the tenth studio album of the progressive metal band Dream Theater. It was released on June 23, 2009 under Roadrunner Records. The album was produced by drummer Mike Portnoy and guitarist John Petrucci, and mixed by Paul Northfield. The album was released as a single CD, 3-disc Special Edition with instrumental mixes and cover songs, double vinyl LP, as well as a Deluxe Collector's Edition Box Set. The cover songs were revealed one per week during the six week period prior to the album's release, beginning on May 19, 2009.

1.     "A Nightmare to Remember"      
2.     "A Rite of Passage"      
3.     "Wither"      
4.     "The Shattered Fortress"   
5.     "The Best of Times"  
6.     "The Count of Tuscany"  


So Much Better

You Could Have It So Much Better is the second studio album by Glaswegian indie rock band Franz Ferdinand that was first released 3 October 2005 in the United Kingdom. Recorded in both the United States and their own studio in Glasgow with producer Rich Costey, the album gave birth to the release of four UK Top 30 singles "Do You Want To" on 23 August 2005, "The Fallen / L. Wells", "Walk Away" and "Eleanor Put Your Boots On." The album became the band's first UK #1 album and although their debut album was relatively successful in the USA, going platinum and reaching #32, You Could Have It So Much Better managed to reach #8 and earned gold status in the States. The cover design is modeled on Alexander Rodchenko's 1924 portrait of Lilya Brik. It was produced by Rick Costey and Franz Ferdinand.

1.     "The Fallen"
2.     "Do You Want To"      
3.     "This Boy"  
4.     "Walk Away"  
5.     "Evil and a Heathen"  
6.     "You're the Reason I'm Leaving"      
7.     "Eleanor Put Your Boots On"
8.     "Well That Was Easy"      
9.     "What You Meant"      
10.     "I'm Your Villain" 
11.     "You Could Have It So Much Better"  
12.     "Fade Together"      
13.     "Outsiders"      


April 1, 2010


Tonight: Franz Ferdinand is the third album by Scottish rock  group Franz Ferdinand. It was released through Domino Records on 26 January 2009 in the UK.  "Ulysses" was released on the 19 January 2009 as the first single[13]  and is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. It is a concept album loosely based around a night of partying and the morning effects after. The album has generally been well received by music critics.

1.     "Ulysses"      
2.     "Turn It On"      
3.     "No You Girls"      
4.     "Send Him Away"      
5.     "Twilight Omens"      
6.     "Bite Hard"      
7.     "What She Came For"      
8.     "Live Alone"      
9.     "Can't Stop Feeling"      
10.     "Lucid Dreams"      
11.     "Dream Again"      
12.     "Katherine Kiss Me" 


Only By The Night

Only by the Night is the fourth studio album by American rock  band Kings of Leon, released worldwide in September 2008. Writing for the band's fourth album commenced just days after the release of their third, Because of the Times. The album was recorded by producers Angelo Petraglia and Jacquire King through February 2008 in Nashville's Blackbird Studios.

Only by the Night experienced remarkable commercial success, peaking inside the top 10 of over 10 different countries. The album was certified the best-selling album in Australia, certified nine times platinum. It also went on to be the Highest selling album of 2008 in Australia and the third best selling album of 2008 in the UK also winning two Brit Awards

1.     "Closer"      
2.     "Crawl"      
3.     "Sex on Fire"      
4.     "Use Somebody"      
5.     "Manhattan"      
6.     "Revelry"      
7.     "17"  
8.     "Notion"      
9.     "I Want You"      
10.     "Be Somebody"      
11.     "Cold Desert" 



01 Renaldo Moon
02 Brand New Number One
03 The Boo Hoo Rah Theory
04 Faith
05 War is over
06 People under the pillow
07 In Hiding (Like a child)
08 The works
09 Summary
10 Chemicals
11 Drones