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Rock Music 2000

Athena Reich -The Logical Song - RocknRoll Goulash

By David Johnson "alaskafido" For anyone out there who doesn't know who Athena Reich is, this is a good album for you. For anyone who doesn't like too much avant garde, this is a good album for you. And for those who are familiar and like Athena Reich, this is a good album for you.

Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros - Home - RocknRoll Goulash

I don't usually listen to this genre of music but I actually am liking the CD so far. "Home" is already a favorite! "Mr. Roger's Acid Band" Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros - Home Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' vibe reminded me specifically of the 1995 album Sunday Morning Cartoons Greatest Hits.

Chicks on Speed -Super Surfer Girl - RocknRoll Goulash

This is my first COS album and it is quite a spectacular venture into electronic pop territory. If I had to describe Chicks on Speed I would have to say that they are poppy, electronic, artzy, poetic, spoken word stream of consciousness, dancey, and even sultry and jazzy - and that is a mouth full.

Lorde -Tennis Court - RocknRoll Goulash

First of all, don't buy the "all the songs sound the same" reviews. Unless you just think all synthesizer based songs sound the same. It seems to me that they did in fact try to make each song have its own feeling.

Jet - Are You Gonna Be My Girl? - RocknRoll Goulash

Australian group Jet lived up to their name when they sonically swooped onto the music scene with their first full-length CD - "Get Born." The lead-off single - Are You Gonna Be My Girl? - is simply one of the most compelling rock songs in recent memory.

The Ting Tings -That's Not My Name - RocknRoll Goulash

I heard "That's not my name" on a movie I was watching, and looked this band up. I got this debut album and first I liked some of the songs. Before long, I liked all of them (all but one, that is).There's just SOMETHING about this sound that is really, really, really...uh....FUN!

Harvey Danger -Flagpole Sitta - RocknRoll Goulash

Flagpole Sitta is a definite hit. I mean I don't know how you can't like it. It has catchy lyrics (example: paranoia paranoia everybody's comin to get me) and a great sound to it. The guitar on it goes excellent with the lyrics and Sean's voice singing them makes all the better.

Panic! At The Disc -The Ballad Of Mona Lisa - RocknRoll Goulash

"Vices & Virtues" is a great Panic! at the Disco album. "The Ballad of Mona Lisa" seems to be a fairly straightforward pop tune, and as the album's opener it is deceptive: "Vices & Virtues" quickly gives way to interesting and eccentric dance beats.

SR-71 -Last Man On The Moon - RocknRoll Goulash

Just because the record companies want to make money and market all new rock bands as the next Blink 182 pop-punk band, don't blame the artist..don't be fooled by corporate packaging. This album is not about punk, it's about rock. No not N Sync or "sissy bands" or whatever those reviews were supposed to mean..

Mike Doughty -Bustin up a Starbucks - RocknRoll Goulash

This is the perfect introduction to Michael Doughty's quirky, catchy and unique style. He was on the cutting edge as the leader of Soul Coughing for years, and now has gone off on his own to create a more mainstream but no less satisfying album. The songs are unique and have a great replay value.

The Decemberists - 16 Military Wives - RocknRoll-Goulash

Yet Another Solid Album Of Story-Driven MusicThe Decemberists - 16 Military Wives By Zubin Madon (California, USA) This review is from: Picaresque (Audio CD) While expanding in many ways upon their previous releases, the Decemberists' third full-length album is guaranteed to please their fanbase.

HAIM - Oh Well - RocknRoll-Goulash

This review is from: Days Are Gone (Audio CD) One of the critical factors I've observed in a lot of things having to do with a retro 1980's pop production in contemporary music is generational awkwardness.

The Heavy - How You Like Me Now? - RocknRoll-Goulash

After a Kia commercial & Google search, I found the wonder that is "How You Like Me Now?" The song was so good in fact, I couldn't resist buying the full album, to which I implore you to do also. Stepping into the music of The Heavy, you know you're stepping into something special.

Train - 50 Ways to Say Goodbye - RocknRoll-Goulash

There's no denying that Train has changed. Starting with "My Private Nation" the band has progressed from a simple college band to a more mainstream rock group, "Save Me San Francisco" was their reintroduction back to the masses. A great return and it shows they learned a few things on the way.

3 Doors Down - Kryptonite - RocknRoll-Goulash

3 Doors Down - Kryptonite. As with millions of other people, "Kryptonite" was one of the first songs that introduced me to 3 Doors Down. I use to live in both Japan and California (via the military) and the music of 3 Doors Down was played a lot by many

Happiness Is A Warm Gun -Joe Anderson and Salma Hayek - RocknRoll-Goulash

"For a New Generation of Fans" Happiness Is A Warm Gun -Joe Anderson and Salma Hayek This soundtrack is a fantastic, modern interpretation for a new generation of fans. My best friend and I weren't Beatles fans before watching Across the Universe, but we were after.

Joe Cocker - You Can Leave Your Hat On 2013 Live Full HD
Music Video Randy Newman - You Can Leave Your Hat (Album: Sail Away 1972) Joe Cocker - You Can Leave Your Hat On (Album: Cocker 1986) Joe Cocker - You Can Leave Your Hat On 2013 " Fire it Up" Live concert at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany 2013 Joe Cocker - Vocals Gene Black: Guitar Jack Bruno: Drums Norbert Fimpel: Waxophone, Percussion Herman Hacksonmusician: Hammond B3 Oneida James-Rebeccu: Bass Nick Milo: Keyboards Michelle Tillman: Background Vocalist
Jet -Are You Gonna Be My Girl -
Australian group Jet lived up to their name when they sonically swooped onto the music scene with their first full-length CD - "Get Born." The lead-off single - Are You Gonna Be My Girl? - is simply one of the most compelling rock songs in recent memory.
Shango -Day After Day (It's Slippin' Away) -
"Great Fun and Superior Musicianship"Shango -Day After Day (It's Slippin' Away) Shango, pioneers of combining rock with Jamaican reggae, came on the scene in 1969 with the single "Day After Day (It's Slipping Away)," describing the consequences of the erosion of the the U.S. West Coast ("better get ready to tie up the boat in Idaho"...)
Gotye- Somebody That I Used To Know -
"Tinkering"Gotye- Somebody That I Used To Know I almost gasped when I learned that there was a guy on hit radio who writes and composes his own music. Then I definitely gasped when I learned he makes experimental music.
Paramore with Hayley Williams -Misery Business -

"Rock Is Still Alive!!!"Paramore with Hayley Williams -Misery Business As a 48 year old who spent many years playing in bands myself, I was starting to think that picking up an actual instrument and learning to play was a soon to be lost art.

Amy Winehouse vs. Queen-Crazy Little Thing Called Rehab -

Amy Winehouse vs. Queen-Crazy Little Thing Called Rehab. A great video and song mashup with Amy Winehouse "Rehab", Queen's "A Crazy Little Thing Called Love" with a little Ray Charles background. A well produced video by: djmagnet Amy Winehouse vs. Queen-Crazy Little Thing Called Rehab "Too Early Passing"Amy Winehouse vs.

Green Day -Boulevard Of Broken Dreams -

Green Day -Boulevard Of Broken Dreams. Green Day raises the bar once again, proving that their prime hasn't past, starting a new revolution in punk. They weren't destine to be in the spotlight of fame their whole career. They were destine to change punk rock as we know it.