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Lullaby Renditions of the Rolling Stones CD

Lullaby Renditions of the Rolling Stones CD

Timeless rock songs transformed into beautiful instrumental lullabies. The soothing sounds of the glockenspiel, vibraphone and other instruments will lull your baby into a sweet slumber. Do baby’s cries mean you can’t get no satisfaction? When bedtime isn’t on your side, the music of the Rolling Stones is. Their legendary anthems are as sweet as brown sugar. These gentle instrumentals will be any mother or father’s little helper. You can always get what you want with this album. Just start it up. Other bands include: U2, the Beatles, the Beach Boys, Pink Floyd, No Doubt, Green Day, the Ramones, Coldplay, the Cure, Metallica, Tool, Bob Marley, Radiohead, the Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana, Led Zepplin, Queens of the Stone Age and Nine Inch Nails.

  • This is how I discovered I wanted to be a sound garden groupie. The soundtrack to the movie single is wonderful but the film is so so, a bit boring. This was romantic comedy that made more sense in the last five years than it d... This is how I discovered I wanted to be a sound garden groupie. The soundtrack to the movie single is wonderful but the film is so so, a bit boring. This was romantic comedy that made more sense in the last five years than it did in 1992 when I was just beginning to understand what or who I was going to be. The movie is set in Seattle with you guessed it a soundtrack of grunge (except for Nirvana). I mean, the soundtrack starts with “Would” by Alice in Chains and ends with “Drown” by the Smashing Pumpkins. In between, you get tracks from Pearl Jam, Sound garden, and Mudhoney. Overall I recommend the album because music is never dated but the film, gosh I can start hating the 90s again because of it.

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  • Penetrating rock, you can almost feel the hot dripping fluids running through each track.

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  • Three long years after the Deftones issued their self-titled album to puzzling reviews, the Sacramento quintet is back with Saturday Night Wrist, a recording that will further muddy the waters about who they are and what they're t... Three long years after the Deftones issued their self-titled album to puzzling reviews, the Sacramento quintet is back with Saturday Night Wrist, a recording that will further muddy the waters about who they are and what they're trying to do. After the breakthrough metallic-sounding Around the Fur, the band confounded critics and fans alike with the much softer and atmospherically adventurous White Pony. In 2003 they further transgressed the borderlines of all things boxed and tied with their self-titled album, which seemed to walk the line between rockist and "sensitive." But it's Saturday Night Wrist that fills out the portrait, bleeding though textures from one rock & roll type to another and coming up with something else altogether yet definitively "Deftones." The album began with a question and a small conflict in deciding on a producer. Already working with the hip Dan the Automator, after some internal drama the band decided on veteran Bob Ezrin. Ezrin pays off in a number of ways: these songs, as diverse as they are, are utterly disciplined sonically. They have all the tension and dynamic, all the immediacy of yore, but the mix is spacious, and Chino Moreno's vocals soar above it. That said, the vocals were produced by Far's Shaun Lopez. The wall of guitar sound walks a high wire between harder, more metallic rock and angular indie rock, winding them together. Check the opener -- and single -- "Hole in the Earth." It begins with a wall of feedback and thunderously distorted guitars accented by rim shots and cymbal fire before giving way to a skeletal six-string figure that seems barely able to support Moreno's singing, which combines the euphoria of a young, less pretentious Bono with the attack of, well, the Deftones. Guitars echo and whisper all along the backdrop while Moreno hovers there, until they crackle and spit to bring him back. Popping muddy drums and distorted guitars introduce "Rapture," as Moreno gobs and screams the lyrics. Even here, the attack is straightforward as it turns and twists, all on sharp corners and rhythmic shifts. There are killer digital dub effects put into play on "Cherry Waves," giving the tune a bit of a blessed-out psychedelic effect as the band marries together the hookery of the vintage Smashing Pumpkins, the big chord riffs of Jane's Addiction, and U2's best shimmer while tossing in a bridge of eight bars from the Who's "Overture" from Tommy! It might have been a terrible mess, but it works beautifully. System of a Down's Serj Tankian helps out with additional vocals on "Mein," and Giant Drag's Annie Hardy helps out on "Pink Cellphone" (what a dumb title). The drippy space pop that is "Xerces" finds Moreno breathing a little too close to Billy Corgan for comfort on the verses. The gear-grinding guitars on "Rats!Rats!Rats!" are a welcome textural change, and the crunchy verse and refrain are downright nasty. The most straight-ahead rock attack comes on "KimDracula," with its bass throb and whiteout guitar riff; it pushes Moreno a little further outside the tune to come to terms with it. Ultimately, Saturday Night Wrist is satisfying, though it may take a few listens given all the changes in individual cuts that tend to blur together the first time or two through. To the faithful, the Deftones once again offer up their own brand of blast and croon. As for everyone else, there's plenty here to like, to argue with, and to be puzzled by . ~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Great music for anyone whose interests fall in line with The Mars Volta, Smashing Pumpkins, or Radiohead.

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  • "Teargarden by Kaleidyscope" New album. Can't wait!! (via AP)

  • Any Smashing Pumpkins fans out there? This one is for you! Stunning portrait brought to you by SerenaAzureth at Etsy. The detail is amazing!

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  • What do you get when you put Taylor Hanson, James Iha from The Smashing Pumpkins, the drummer from Cheap Trick and that dude from Fountains of Wayne? You get a super band, as they say, and it's called Tinted Window. Me like everyo... What do you get when you put Taylor Hanson, James Iha from The Smashing Pumpkins, the drummer from Cheap Trick and that dude from Fountains of Wayne? You get a super band, as they say, and it's called Tinted Window. Me like everyone else hesitated, then had high expectations. However, we've got a complete bust on our hands. I'm talking a 3.5 from pitchfork. I'm talking, almost, unlistenable. For me anyways. Maybe it's your thing

  • I'm going to say it, I like the old Pumpkins better than the new Pumpkins. So THERE! SP videos that inspire me: Disarm Today Ava Adore Tonight, Tonight The Everlasting Gaze Stand Inside Your Love

  • I remember that semester in Middle School where I got straight As and my reward was Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - in a 2 cassette package. I still didn't have a CD player yet, but I listened to this album and rewound i... I remember that semester in Middle School where I got straight As and my reward was Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - in a 2 cassette package. I still didn't have a CD player yet, but I listened to this album and rewound it and played it again and again.

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  • OMG!!!!!! HAVE YOU SEEN THE PREVIEWS OF THIS GAME? Have you seen the song list? I didn't think it could get better than Rock Band... and now I am never going to leave my apartment. Goodbye sunlight, goodbye real world, goodbye ... OMG!!!!!! HAVE YOU SEEN THE PREVIEWS OF THIS GAME? Have you seen the song list? I didn't think it could get better than Rock Band... and now I am never going to leave my apartment. Goodbye sunlight, goodbye real world, goodbye skin pigment... This is just a sampling... * AC/DC - "Let There Be Rock" * Alanis Morissette - "You Oughta Know" * Alice in Chains - "Man in the Box" * Allman Brothers - "Ramblin' Man" * Anarchy Club - "Get Clean" * Beastie Boys - "So Watcha Want" * Beck - "E-pro" * Billy Idol - "White Wedding Pt. I " * Blondie - "One Way or Another" * Bob Dylan - "Tangled Up in Blue" * Bon Jovi - "Livin' on a Prayer" * Cheap Trick - "Hello There" * Devo - "Uncontrollable Urge" * Duran Duran - "Hungry Like the Wolf" * Elvis Costello - "Pump it Up" * Fleetwood Mac - "Go Your Own Way" * Foo Fighters - "Everlong " * Guns N' Roses - "Shackler's Revenge" * Joan Jett - "Bad Reputation" * Journey - "Anyway You Want It" * Kansas - "Carry On Wayward Son" * L7 - "Pretend We're Dead" * Linkin Park - "One Step Closer" * Lit - "My Own Worst Enemy" * Metallica - "Battery" * Mighty Mighty Bosstones - "Where'd You Go" * Modest Mouse - "Float On" * Motorhead - "Ace of Spades " * Nirvana - "Drain You" * Norman Greenbaum - "Spirit in the Sky " * Pearl Jam - "Alive" * Presidents of the United States of America - "Lump" * Rage Against the Machine - "Testify" * Ratt - "Round & Round" * Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Give it Away " * Silversun Pickups - "Lazy Eye" * Smashing Pumpkins - "Today" * Social Distortion - "I Was Wrong" * Sonic Youth - "Teenage Riot" * Soundgarden - "Spoonman" * Steely Dan - "Bodhitsattva" * Steve Miller Band - "Rock'n Me" * Survivor - "Eye of the Tiger" * System of a Down - "Chop Suey " * Talking Heads - "Psycho Killer" * Tenacious D - "Master Exploder" * The Donnas - "New Kid in School" * The Go-Go's - "We Got the Beat" * The Grateful Dead - "Alabama Getaway" * The Guess Who - "American Woman" * The Muffs - "Kids in America " * The Offspring - "Come Out & Play" * The Who - "Pinball Wizard "

  • The trailer for the movie "Watchmen", features and old song by The Smashing Pumpkins. Featured throughout the entire trailer is "The Beginning is the End is the Beginning", a rare song that was featured on the soundtrack to "Batma... The trailer for the movie "Watchmen", features and old song by The Smashing Pumpkins. Featured throughout the entire trailer is "The Beginning is the End is the Beginning", a rare song that was featured on the soundtrack to "Batman & Robin." The week the The trailer came out the somewhat obscure Smashing Pumpkins song became the 37th most downloaded song on the iTunes music store this week. Not a bad feat for a 10 year old song!

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  • Whether he sings with rage, nostalgia or fondness, Billy Corgan's vocals dominate the music of "Smashing Pumpkins." And, so, on this vast album, we enjoy a ride on the waves of his ups, downs, and, yes, his melancholy.

  • I didn't really know which Supercar album to pick, they're all really great. Supercar is best known for combining alternative rock with electronic music. They're very unique but I suppose you could compare them to the Smashing Pum... I didn't really know which Supercar album to pick, they're all really great. Supercar is best known for combining alternative rock with electronic music. They're very unique but I suppose you could compare them to the Smashing Pumpkins or perhaps Sonic Youth. "Strobolights" isn't on this album, but it's a great electronica song which doesn't even use any guitar.

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  • Plastic Tree is another of my favorite Japanese bands, but their sound is influenced heavily by Radiohead, Smashing Pumpkins, and The Cure. Plastic Tree's sound is characterized by vocalist Ryutaro's melodic, child-like voice whic... Plastic Tree is another of my favorite Japanese bands, but their sound is influenced heavily by Radiohead, Smashing Pumpkins, and The Cure. Plastic Tree's sound is characterized by vocalist Ryutaro's melodic, child-like voice which is often described as "ethereal." They have better albums, but my favorite Plastic Tree song, "Yuki hotaru" is featured on this album. Other highlights include Melancholic and Harienju. The rest just makes me want to take a nap.

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  • I keep the volume on HIGH!

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