Thank you for commenting cause you wanted to and not because i forced you on fb hehtoni_pest wrote:listening to Duffy in 2015? how hipster of you.... Well Well Well was a smash. the rest i don't know and don't care. kidding, will play a couple of songs...when i find the time in my busy schedule
The song i linked (chinese cafe) is actually one of my faves, but as for albums i'd say start from the 60s/early 70s because the three 80s albums are hit or miss. Chinese cafe is def a gem though!CrazyCrazy wrote:Björk's one sounds lovely, one to keep listening to so as to connect with more. Lissie is good, her album is half good, half so-so. I'm still exploring Joni myself too, which is your fave of hers so far?
you know who she is!navi wrote:Where's Liz Phair - Big Tall Man
Yes! it took me until now to realize how authentic and good it feels. I liked Teenage Dream (when I was a teenager lol), but never got into the debut. But maybe the lameness of Prism made me go back to OOTB and reaize how good it is.Mainshow wrote:Nice choice! Looking back, I think that it's her most authentic album. She seriously needs to go back to her roots (at least halfway).7. Katy Perry - One of the Boys (2008)
NO, don't give up. Do March, it will be a bi-monthly chart and it will be finemrlemonade wrote:damn I forgot to update february i give up now, it's all ruined..............
this makes me YASSSSS and please if you put it on your phone and listen to it while walking somewhere on a sunny day you won't regret it, literally 90% of my recent plays of SW are just on my phone during walks really glad you liked it, it might take some patience because it's long, and the songs probably sound a bit samey at first (they did to me) but it's truly a journey and one by one they'll all grow on youArmyOfMe wrote:I managed to check out Scarlet's Walk, it's great. Better than UTP (which I already enjoy).