Fever The Ghost - SOURCE (official music video)Official music video for ((SOURCE)) by Fever The Ghost. http://felixcolgrave.com http://fevertheghost.bandcamp.com/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/crab-in...youtube.com
This is still one of my favourite videos, it goes with the song so well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RHFFeQ2tu4
Eagles - Hotel California
Throwback to the Eagles fifth studio album, Hotel California, which was released on this day in 1976. 'Hotel California' is the title track from the album and is arguably the bands most recognisable tune, it was awarded the Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1978: https://youtu.be/lrfhf1Gv4Tw
Owl City:The Tip Of The Iceberg (fan music video)Owl City is an American electronica musical project by singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Adam Young formed in 2007 in Owatonna, Minnesota. Young cr...youtube.com
Owl City - The Tip of the iceberg
As winter is here, here is the tip of the iceberg from owl city for throw back Thursday :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDY1wK1NW0Y
Inspiral Carpets - This Is How It FeelsMusic video by Inspiral Carpets performing This Is How It Feels.youtube.com
Inspiral Carpets - This Is How It Feels
Throwback to Inspiral Carpets' 'This Is How It Feels', released in March 1990: https://youtu.be/J-fX0UbpZls The band rose to prominence in the late Eighties alongside other Manchester-based bands including the Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays, forming what was known as the “Madchester” scene.
Craig Gill of Inspiral Carpets
'He was our beating hearts in more ways than one' Craig Gill, drummer for the Inspiral Carpets passed away this week at the age of 44. Formed by Clint Boon, Gill joined Inspiral Carpets at the age of just 14 in 1986. He played with the band throughout their 90s heyday and remained when the band reformed to tour and record their self-titled, final album in 2014.
Beastie Boys - Brass Monkey (Live At Madison Square Garden)Music video by Beastie Boys performing Brass Monkey (Live At Madison Square Garden).youtube.com
Licensed to Ill At 30
Throwback to Beastie Boys' debut album which was released 30 years ago this week. The album was released on November 15th 1986 by Def Jam and Columbia Records. It was the first rap LP to top the Billboard album chart. It is also one of Columbia Records' fastest-selling debut records to date and eventually sold over ten million copies in the United States. 'Brass Monkey' featured on the album and samples 'Bring It Here' by Wild Sugar: https://youtu.be/nBbQyXZvkbA What's the best track from...See More
Beastie Boys 1986
Beastie Boys, New York City - 1986
Chaka Khan - I Feel for You (1984)The most successful and well known version was recorded by female R&B singer Chaka Khan, appearing on her 1984 album, I Feel for You. WMG©youtube.com
Chaka Khan - I Feel For You
Throwback to Chaka Khan's 'I Feel For You' which was at No.1 in the UK singles chart on this day in 1984: https://youtu.be/hX9E44mClKs Written by Prince, the song featured Stevie Wonder on harmonica and the Rap was by Melle Mel (of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five). The repetition of Khan's name by rapper Melle Mel at the beginning of the song was originally a mistake made by producer Arif Mardin, who then decided to keep it.
Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
Throwback to Iggy Pop's 'Lust for Life', originally released in 1977: https://youtu.be/jQvUBf5l7Vw The song was co-written with David Bowie - Bowie provided the music (written on a ukulele) and Pop the lyrics. In 1996, the song gained a new audience when it was used in the introduction of the film Trainspotting.
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