What are you listening to now? VII Watch
"No one thinks what I'm doing is the right way forward, you'll see/It's not just a dream now."
okay, maybe just one more.
this one helps me sleep
하고 싶은 말은 해야 돼
안 그러면 정말 병이 돼
묻어두고 숨기려 해도
결국 드러나게 돼 있어
어떤 말들은 꼭 해야 돼
안 그러면 정말 후회해
솔직할 수 있는 시간도
이제 얼마 남지 않았어
You gotta say what you wanna say
Otherwise it’ll become a disease
Even if you try and bury and hide it
It’s gonna come up to the surface eventually
Certain things you just gotta say
Otherwise you’ll really regret it
There’s not much time left
To be honest
Yeah that's true. Yeah that's also true Sometimes I prefer videos when it's just the band playing. Haha it works for the more 'serious' bands.
Within the space of a month? Wow that is impressive (that sounds so sarky but I can assure you it's not )
Yeah, that's true. Haha the current generation don't know any different (unless they're actively looking to find out about older music etc. like you and I). Haha yeah true and I know what you mean! My mum calls some of the stuff my dad and I like (e.g. The Bunnymen) "weirdo music" So yeah, I can relate there
Cool! I'll have to look for a Deep Purple one sometime Ah I do know what you mean I'm the same I also get really excited when I find a performance or whatever on YouTube about Echo and the Bunnymen that I haven't seen before I remember early on in my College course, I watched this documentary one evening on independent record labels in the 80s, and it mentions The Bunnymen's record label and shows footage of them. We actually ended up watching it in a lesson and I was so excited that my favourite band was actually shown for everyone else to see Weird
Yeah it is, though I do think the traditional way of recording with actual instruments is much better (yep I know exactly what you mean and I agree. Haha it's crazy, Joy Division gave out one of their singles for free at a concert. It's just strange as nowadays it's considered really historic music, but back then they were just handing it out for nothing )
And oops I meant to say it was within a year (one in May '83, the other in April '84 I think - though they are both on the same album released in 1983) I just had a look and cant believe that Save a Prayer was number 2 considering Rio only reached number 9! (well according to this
Yeah thats true, though I suppose they do play quite a bit of 'older' music on some radio stations now, and on tv adverts (to some extent anyways )
My mum walks out the room when a punk program is on BBC4 and me and my dad are like 'yes lets watch this!' though she like the TOTP ive been watching (1982 starts on Friday already! Quite sad that '81 is over tho). I don't mind seeing as she likes The Teardrop Explodes
Did you really?! Wow that sounds great! Haha I would have been so excited if that was me! I suppose it sparks new interests in the subject also (well would for me considering my tiny attention span ) Did anyone else in the class realise they liked them? I suppose that would have been early on in their career also - how exciting!!
It really is! And for free?? Lol would anyone ever turn down free music? I still don't see why music made like over 30 years old is seen as 'antique' and 'vintage' 'cos its not like its hundreds of years old or anything - the music we have today is sort of just a progression of what we had years ago, sometimes its not a bad thing to have changes in music styles, because like clothing, the style is bound to come round again (well I hope so anyways )
Very cliche, but it's mine and my girlfriends song.