Discussion in 'Abbey Road' started by m25105, Apr 8, 2018.
This song has been stuck in my head today.
If we are going with people actually from where we live/grew up, then I have to pick either Muse or Coldplay, as Chris Martin and the whole of Muse are local guys. And Joss Stone, for those who know her.
But, if we are going by our own personal culture, then I will go with daft and English:
Or something a bit more sensitive (and serious) and English:
John Fogarty and CCR. "It ain't me" was our anthem.
I am really not into Russian folk music, I will let other Russian posters cover this side, and will post some contemporary stuff.
This band is really a phenomenon - gone from underground manned marginal band to the highest grossing show in Russia.
Also they make fucking nice vids.
That was the next choice, yeah. I once saw people around here crowd surf and mosh to The Wurzels live, that was a fun afternoon.
Before I read the OP I read this question as asking me to post a musician whose lifestyle, attitude, and music tend to reflect my personal culture and values. I'm going to stick with that.
Rush is decent as is Bare Naked Ladies. More later if the thread keeps going.
No T.a.t.u?? Or that Kiril trollolo guy?
I always liked this but i have no idea what she is saying.
T.A.T.U. were popular for only a short time. Eduard Hil, the trololo guy, was popular among our grandmothers but caught a bit of fame and media exposure with that meme.
In that vid you posted girl sings "you come to me in the night like cold rain...I will become sounds of the rain, so we be together..." bla bla.
Ya I know about Tatu's popularity being short lived. Thanks for the translation lol. I knew the song was titled "Sound of rain" so that makes sense.
This takes me back, maybe 20 years!
This signifies not only a place, but a moment in time too.
A good acting buddy of mine in London committed suicide while working at the Renaissance Faire; several of his best mates put together a quiet montage (not including it here) of his best scenes and sword fights set to UK artist Liza Anne's "Overnight" and it never stopped haunting me
That song man, jesus christ. Tough to hold back those tears even thinking about it seven years later
From a place that's an odd mix of Irish and English culture, with it's own unique quirks.
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