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Refil balance. Neighborhood Dirty Heads. Stand Tall Dirty Heads. Shine Dirty Heads. Driftin' Dirty Heads. Taint Dirty Heads. Morning Light Dirty Heads. Something - My God, this song is sexy. The opening guitar riff that's used throughout the song is pure rock and roll sex. It's hot, and I love it. Try listening to this without swaying your shoulders - it's impossible!
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da - Nothing gets me into more pop culture arguments than my irrational and obsessive love of this song. I don't know if it's the honky tonk piano or the raucous feel of the band not taking the song seriously, but this song makes me dance like a crazy person. It's a fun song that I associate with good times. It's a winner. Eleanor Rigby - The dark and The Cramps - Fever / Garbageman (Vinyl) opening of Eleanor Rigby announces that this song is going to be epic.
And the rest of the track delivers, with the strings Star Temple - Various - Remote Viewing 1 (Cassette) the driver's seat of creepy melancholy. Let It Be - I can't overanalyze this one - I'm just going to let it be. Okay, let's hear it. Tear me to shreds, and share you ideas. Not a Beatles person? Not Driftin - The Dirty Heads - Any Port In A Storm : Special Edition (CD problem.
Share any top five list. Labels: Heidi. Wednesday, June 23, Heeeeeeeerrrreeee's Heidi!!! I'm really more of a movie person than a music person, so when the B Side asked me to contribute, there was only one thing I could write about - the Soundtrack. But, I'm not going to write about that now. Instead, I want to introduce myself. I'm Heidi, and I will be popping in on the B Side from time to time with comments on movie soundtracks and to sub in Dont Rush The Good Things - Bob Welch - Man Overboard (Vinyl, LP, Album) the blog is left unattended.
I just wanted to take this first post to describe my own personal pop culture philosophy. I think the easiest way to do that is to bear my soul, and tell you that my favorite movie is the Karate Kid and that my absolute all time favorite music group is Simon and Garfunkel who, incidentally are no strangers to the movie soundtrack. I wonder what my first soundtrack post will be about. Your judgment is palpable. Let me explain, by no means do I think that the Karate Kid is the best movie ever made.
But damnit, that endearing and sometimes unintentionally hilarious coming of age tale about mentorship and the triumph of the human spirit - that is entertainment! They don't make movies like that anymore, except for you know, the remake.
And, right now, with all that our country has been through lately, that's all I want. I want to be entertained. I want joy. I want to watch Glee, and listen to the classic rock songs that I loved in middle school. I want to geek out with my friends and gush over how amazed I was by Paula Abdul at age six. Because, honestly, that's why I love pop culture, it's the random connections that our shared experiences create among us.
That's why we read and write entertainment blogs. And, that's why I'm here. So kids, why are you here? What do you love about music? What made you the type of person who reads a music blog? Please share. Fresh Views, Wide Open Spaces. As some of you may already know, I've been tinkering with the idea of adding writers to the B Side.
Well, I finally found a more than capable body to fill my fun idea. I want to take the time to introduce Heidi, the newest contributor to the B Side!! Heidi and I go way back about a decade. We've always enjoyed talking about current music, movies and television, and are both super nuts about trivia.
Her insights and views about pop culture will be a welcome addition to the B Side family. Please give Heidi a nice warm welcome and comment on her first post! And as a side note, I'm always looking for people to post their opinions and views.
If you have the urge to write for the B Side, just let me know. We can always work a new perspective in! Tuesday, June 22, Eminem - Recovery. Finally one of the most highly anticipated records of is out. Finally one of the best hip hop artists of all time released an entire record that even he takes seriously. Finally we have a BIG rap artist putting out music on a regular basis.
Finally I can stop using the word finally. I'm a realist, and I know that even though you shouldn't, most of you listen to the radio on a daily basis. Most of you have probably heard a couple tracks already released as singles, Driftin - The Dirty Heads - Any Port In A Storm : Special Edition (CD.
Those are both excellent tracks. This album was leaked all across the internet about a month ago, but I refused to listen.
I wanted to wait. Really build that anticipation in my head. That could be dangerous as I might be expecting too much - but I really love Em. Based on his own accord, this should be miles ahead of that in terms of quality - so yeah, I am expecting big things. Twice through now, it certainly has a different feel to it. Em isn't going back to shock value lyrics. He isn't going back to silly reggae beats with a dumb voice. He isn't even going back to silly 'my bum is on your lips' lyrics.
Em is telling a story again. The same story that makes him one of the realest emcee's out there today. I want to listen to this another 10 or 15 times before I make my real judgment - but that doesn't work in blogging land. My opinion might change over the next couple weeks, but for right now, I think this is really good. It's not the most amazing record ever, but it's very good. The biggest thing I need to focus on is the actual words.
That's what always made Eminem better for me than other artists. My first impression is that about half the album is flat out phenomenal, and the other half is decent. Above average, but not the same level as the other half. Give this a chance though. I really thing rap fans will enjoy it. Even the casual pop fan will probably dig it too. Happy Tuesday! Cold Wind Blows 2. Talkin' to Myself 3. On Fire 4. Won't Back Down 5. Going Through Changes 7. Not Afraid 8.
Seduction 9. No Love Space Bound Cinderella Man So Bad Almost Famous Love the Way You Lie You're Never Over Labels: EminemRecovery. Miley Cirus - Can't Be Tamed. Sarcastic hooray for New Music Tuesday today. The first of two new music reviews is Miley Cirus. Can I operate under the assumption that everyone knows who she is?
Maybe I can't. Here is a quick background check. Miley was born in as the daughter to one Billy Ray Cyrus - the guy that filled our airwaves with 'Achy Breaky Heart'. She gained fame by playing a character for Disney named Hannah Montana.
I almost feel sorry for this girl, just because she got caught in the same trap all child stars get caught in. She was this Shout Outs - Various - Chicano Sound Radio - The Mix Tape Vol. 1 (CD) little Disney singer and then at some point around 16ish years old, she wanted to break away from that character and become you know, herself.
Well, we all know that once you The Clairvoyant (Iron MaidenCover) - Jeriko (4) - Tensiones (CD, Album) for Disney - they own the rights to your soul, so she had issues with getting out.
There were all sorts of controversies like her in a photo in just a bikini, or her underwear - you know, all things that a regular 16 year old girl would NEVER do.
I'm not sure how successful her solo career will be as Miley, just due to most fans seeing Hannah Montana and maybe not wanting to hear more provocative lyrics or even any subject other than homework and candy. This album isn't anything you haven't heard in a previous pop record. You can tell she influenced heavily by Gaga and she tried to add a lot of dance beats behind pop lyrics. It sounds like she wants this to be her last pop album ever, and she wants to lean more toward music that "inspires" her.
We'll see if she ends up down a Britney type road. Liberty Walk 2. Who Owns My Heart 3. Can't Be Tamed 4. Every Rose Has It's Thorn 5. Two More Lonely People 6. Forgiveness and Love 7. Permanent December 8. Stay 9. Scars Take Me Along Robot Forgiveness And Love 2.
Two More Lonely People 3. Monday, June 21, Boston - Self Titled. Classic rock. Music that I love, but apparently don't listen to as often as I think based on my Top Boston is a band that has always intrigued me. I've always been a fan of combining the fast paced guitar with the electronics and calling it great music. Bands like Boston, Styx and Supertramp have such a different sound that is tough to master. Album) are a million great guitar players out there, and sometimes that heavy sound can start to all sound the same.
Add in some synth and some great vocals and you've got the magic that is Boston. If you don't believe me on how good this record is, take a guess as to how many albums it's sold? Go ahead guess. I'll wait. Got a number in mind? And you're thinking Maybe 3x platinum. Absolutely amazing. And it is indeed that good! Only 8 tracks which was about the max you could get on old LP's. But that's what makes these records so good.
You'd get 8 tracks, and about the same time as a cd today, but they were solid start to finish. You didn't have fluff tracks like you do today just to fill space and make it tracks.
As you could guess the band is from Boston. The lead singer went to MIT and started writing there, and that's how the band got started. I promise you you'll enjoy this record. Please check it out! More Than a Feeling 2. Peace of Mind 3. Rock and Roll Band 5. Smokin' 6. Hitch a Ride 7.
Something About You 8. More Than A Feeling 3. Labels: BostonSelf Titled. Welcome back Monday. It's a bittersweet day for me, as I love coming back and writing on the blog - but who enjoys Monday?
Ugh, coming back to work - longest possible time for the weekend to come back. It can be brutal. The music can be the only thing that keeps me going, so let's get to it! I wanted to get to this review on June 8th, since it could have been part of New Music Tuesday. Problem was, the samples weren't available for Tinmel - Luis Delgado - El Hechizo De Babilonia (CD) guys to pick up on.
They are now, so here we go. Normally for an artist I don't know much about, I try to post a little background or odd things that have happened to the group. Well, for Dierks, nothing is really interesting. Its All from Phoenix, moved to Nashville where he was discovered.
He's married, has dogs that have been seen in his music videos. Yeah, that's about it. His sales to date are pretty meager. Two platinum records and one gold. This album is his fifth studio release, and I'm assuming will do fairly well. This album is very bluegrass type country, which as I read is very different than his other records.
A change for the better per most critics, as it's fairly unanimous that this is a near 5 star record. I don't totally disagree with that remark, as it actually is pretty good.
There is a Bob Dylan cover here and a U2 cover here that are both surprisingly Driftin - The Dirty Heads - Any Port In A Storm : Special Edition (CD. I love Dylan and dislike U2, but both are tracks I'd actually actively listen to. Worth checking out B Siders, even if you're not a country fan. I think it's got a little something for everyone. Up on the Ridge 2. Fallin' for You 3. Senor Tales of Yankee Power 4. Rovin' Gambler 5. Draw Me a Map 6.
Bad Angel 7. Fiddlin' Around 8. You're Dead to Me 9. Pride In the Name of Love Love Grows Wild Bottle to the Bottom Senor Tales Of Yankee Power 3. Friday, June 18, Cake - Fashion Nugget. Man do I love cake. And I'm not just talking about red velvet, carrot and banana, I'm talking about a little slice of musical heaven.
I find this record to be VERY overlooked in terms of great albums that came out in I have these guys down as a solid I Discovered You, You Discovered Me - Donny Osmond - Donald Clark Osmond (Vinyl, LP, Album) rock band, but they do splash in a lot of other elements.
You can hear a jazz, rockabilly and jamband type style in some of their songs. Really a diverse listen. You couldn't tune a station on the radio back in fall '96 without hearing 'The Distance' and that's probably because it's one of the greatest songs ever made.
If you recall, it was reasonably high on my Top of the 90's list. Great stuff. I'm semi surprised there What A Girl Wants - Christina Aguilera - Christina Aguilera (CD, Album) more backlash for cursing in Gloria Gaynor's track, just because you're rewriting a couple lyrics in a historic song.
I think it's great personally, as it gives a great song an identity for Cake. This album has gone meagerly platinum, and should have reached more households than that. It's too good not to be heard. By no means is this music history, but it's neat and fun to listen to. I can't listen to the whole thing over and over, Jeskyňka - Zdeněk Style Hrubý* - Potkáme Se V Nebi (CD, Album) the few tracks I really love - I really love.
Totally worth a listen if you've never played it through before. At the very least, check out my Top 3. You'll certainly enjoy those. Happy Friday! Frank Sinatra 2. Distance, The 3. Friend Is a Four Letter Word 4. Open Book 5. Daria 6. Race Car Ya-Yas 7. I Will Survive 8. Stickshifts and Safetybelts 9. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps It's Coming Down Nugget She'll Come Back to Me Кружит - Monatik* - Звучит (File, Album) Leather Sofa The Distance 2.
I Will Survive 3. Labels: CakeFashion Nugget. Squirrel Nut Zippers - Hot. Good news B Siders, you've all made it to Friday on this seemingly 10 day week.
Not sure about you, but I could go for a weekend. Relating weekends to music, I find myself playing my music the loudest on the weekends. I have an iPod dock on my 7. Maybe some of you will want to crank up the old Squirrel Nut Zippers this weekend, as I bring them up as my 'odd' review of the week. I guess they're classified as a jazz band, but they bring that swing element to their work as well. Believe it or not, there was a fairly big swing revival period in the mid '90s when alt rock was the boss.
What a great name that is. Anyway, these guys formed in Chapel Hill, NC in They made music and played around the country all through the late 90's. They decided to hang 'em up for a while due to solo works and two of the members getting a divorce. Good news for fans is that they reconnected back in and are touring the US to this day.
Most recently I read they played a show in New Orleans on Halloween of ' Hot and their next album did really well with critics and Hot has at the very least gone platinum. I guess I'll classify this as a good record if you're in the mood for it - which isn't often for me.
But it's overall kind of fun, and toe tapping. Worth a peek if you enjoy the big band days. Got My Own Thing Now 2. Put a Lid on It 3. Memphis Exorcism 4. Twiligh 5. It Ain't You 6. Prince Nez 7. Hell 8. Meant to Be 9. Bad Businessman Flight of the Passing Fancy Blue Angel Hell 2. The Interlocutor 3. Labels: HotSquirrel Nut Zippers. People who know me, know that I enjoy a good mix of metals. I certainly would put Het Liefdeslied in the hard rock category, but not the same style as a Metallica, Slipknot or even Korn.
They have a hard sound that is I guess more similar to a Seether or something where it's hard, riff heavy - but still kind of poppy at the same time. Whatever the mix is, Staind makes it work to perfection.
Especially with this record that has gone 5x platinum. I've seen some other sites give this pretty low ratings, and I really don't understand it. I'd like to know why anyone doesn't like the record.
It's got such great lyrics, vocals and arrangements. Very pleasing to listen to. Interesting story - fans might recall Staind playing 'Outside' at a show in Biloxi that was pretty commonly heard on the radio. Anyway, in that live version, Fred Durst from Limp is on stage with Aaron Lewis and giving him serious credit for the passionate vocal. It would seem these fellas were pretty tight, and Empty Promises - Black Label Society - Catacombs Of The Black Vatican (CD, Album) gave Staind a real shot.
Well, that almost didn't happen. They were touring in Connecticut, and Durst caught wind of the controversial cover art on Staind's self released debut album. It's really sloppy artwork, but the depiction is of a Barbie on a Cross that is impaling the Bible.
Durst attempted to kick Staind off the tour, but changed his mind after hearing them play a set and being so impressed. Crazy how that works. If Durst doesn't hear the set, Staind is booted any maybe never cracks the big show. Because of one guy - that close. Anyway, check this out.
If you've heard it before, toss it in again - it's always worth listening to. Open Your Eyes 2. Pressure 3. Fade 4. It's Been Awhile 5. Change 6. Can't Believe 7. Epiphany 8. Suffer 9. Warm Safe Place For You Outside Waste Take It Epiphany 2. Fade 3. Labels: Break The CycleStaind. Hello Thursday. Good to see you again. Jen has been known in B Side circles as a Country lover, but a very highly rated recommender. She didn't let me down again this time with these fellas! I do love me some Sublime, and these guys have that reggae type rock similar to Sub.
They have sort of an odd background. Just a few guys from California who decided to make some music. They released 'Any Port' back inand then re-released it in as this Special Edition with a couple extra tracks on it. That's not really industry standard. Quite odd actually. Kind of a neat story. They really give a shoutout to Sublime and lead singer Bradley Nowell in track I love it. They seem to know who their influences are and on this record, stay true to form.
Hopefully if they ever run a follow up, it's just a true as this one. I do seriously enjoy this record. Happy Thursday! Neighborhood 2. Stand Tall 3. Shine 4. Driftin' 5. Taint 6. Morning Light 7. Insomnia 8. Easy 9. Knows That I Chelsea Check the Level Believe Hip Hop Misfits Everything I'm Looking For Stand Tall [Acoustic] Sails to the Wind Album) Say what you say or just sail away She can't stand me, but I miss her face I feel like drownin', but the tides too low And now I'm waiting for the undertow.
So I stand tall It gets a little better I see the wall that we can break down together Stand strong, it gets Driftin - The Dirty Heads - Any Port In A Storm : Special Edition (CD little better now we can break it down, yes we can make it Stand tall It gets a little better I see the wall that we can break down together Stand strong it gets.
The Dirty Heads comfortably combine hip-hop and reggae with somewhat lesser dollops of conventional rock songwriting and arrangements on Any Port in a Storm.
Topics for the latter include statements of mild musical and social outsiderdom, declarations of pride for sticking to their principles, and the occasional nod to romance. A fair amount True Love - Elton John - Double Hits Collection (CD) profanity is used, but Penetration - Pete Tong - Twisted Beats (CD) in an aggressive manner, almost as if it's running a little counter to their generally upbeat natures.
Emerging onto the Southern California music scene with a sound as original as the band members themselves, the Dirty Heads’ blend of hip-hop and classic reggae rips through the sonic surf with bold beats, fun rhythms and the relaxed vibe of feel-good lyrics. Compared to their newest albums, this is by far the most listenable album you are going get from The Dirty Heads. Right as they were out on the scene, touring with bigger-than-them bands trying to showcase their skills "Any Port in a Storm" is a solid debut of some simple reggae and rap-rock stylings. Get the guaranteed best price on Rock Vinyl D-G like the Dirty Heads - Any Port In A Storm at Musician's Friend. Get a low price and free shipping on thousands of items.
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The Dirty Heads comfortably combine hip-hop and reggae with somewhat lesser dollops of conventional rock songwriting and arrangements on Any Port in a Storm. While those are the three main styles the group blend, they don't always use all three idioms in the same song, some tracks coming close to being straight hip-hop, reggae, and/or rock. Vinyl LP pressing. In , Orange County, CA quintet Dirty Heads emerged with the fan favorite full-length debut, Any Port In A Storm. The signature single "Lay Me Down" achieved an RIAA gold certification and clinched No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Chart for 11 weeks - a record run for that year.
Vacation (CDS) The Dirty Heads Cabin By The Sea The Dirty Heads; Any Port In A Storm (Special Edition) The Dirty Heads Home Phantoms Of Summer: The Acoustic Sessions The Dirty Heads; Dirty Heads The Dirty Heads; Sound of Change The Dirty Heads; Limited Edition (EP) The Dirty Heads Dirty Demo (EP) The Dirty Heads.
Any port in the storm is a must have album for hip-hop/reggae fans or if you just want some good summer party music, this is a must have album. For a limited time, you can grab a free download of "I Got Not Time" from their bandcamp page. Dirty Heads - Any Port in a Storm - Special Edition - Track List 1. Neighborhood 2. Stand Tall 3. CD Review: The Dirty Heads Ride "The Storm" Last year The Dirty Heads were considered one of the "best new bands of " by Rolling Stone magazine. This year, they are continuing their success with a special edition release of their debut album "Any Port In A Storm.".
Compared to their newest albums, this is by far the most listenable album you are going get from The Dirty Heads. Right as they were out on the scene, touring with bigger-than-them bands trying to showcase their skills "Any Port in a Storm" is a solid debut of some simple reggae and rap-rock stylings.
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