Music new and old; it's been a while since I seriously updated my collection. Links to youtube when found.
It's Hard to Say I'm Sorry - Chicago, The Very Best of Chicago - I honest to God don't know. I'm not really a Chicago girl; I like their music and everything, but it's more music I listen to at other people's houses, not on my laptop.
You're the Inspiration - Chicago, The Very Best of Chicago - Okay, this one was on a show I like, so...I don't know? I mean, it was also like, 69 cents. So. Yeah, I'm not sure what's going on here except I really like to sing along to it.
Santa Monica - Theory of a Deadman, Gasoline - I finally started checking this 2005 album, since I'd been skipping it; I don''t know why. It's very--mellow? I have no idea why I love this like air, but I do.
To be fair, when I'm writing, I start to love the most ridiculous mixes. Also, to be fair, Child and I are at war over music. Child's going through a hard rock (read: one guitar should be destroyed per song) and looks down on any band that isn't property destruction galore; I mean, he looks down on freaking Tool, okay? Currently our meeting of minds rests on Korn and A Perfect Circle. I'm rebelling by making him listen to people with guitars wailing about love lost and whatever. This is hurting my soul.
Say Goodbye - Theory of a Deadman, Gasoline - I buy this band in pairs I think. I'm actually really attracted to this entire album, but not enough to get the rest of it yet. I can't tell if I just like the genre right now or them specific. This, not so mellow.
Airplanes - B.o.B featuring Hayley Williams - I could listen to this forever. I love Hayley's voice.
Losing Your Memory - Ryan Starr, Songs from the Eye of An Elephant - I watch a lot of youtube SPN vids. I don't know how surprised you might be to know how many use this one with the effectiveness of a blunt force instrument, but again, it works. A lot. Just--Jesus.
From Where You Are - Lifehouse - I kind of have loved them since Smallville in general, but I surprisingly don't like them enough most of the time to buy them. This is very easy to listen to.
Everybody's Wrong - Hinder, All American Nightmare - Okay, the thing is, they've become a lot like The Fray in that they are nearly bulletproof now (with the exception of Frays' last album, still bitter). I usually pair them with One Less Reason, but not so much now; I love, love, love their explosive bridges, I love that they tap almost entirely into my perfect writing playlist aesthetic, and I love that they're incredibly consistent on both.
What Ya Gonna Do - Hinder, All American Nightmare - see above. Also, I wonder, what do you do when the whiskey stops working? It's a very zen question.
I Will Not Bow - Breaking Benjamin, Dear Agony - SPN vids. Fucking SPN vids on youtube. It's ridic how much I can learn to like a song if it's set to Castiel killing things. I mean, what can you do?
I feel like I'm in a musical rut.
Current top 25 on iTunes, count started on 1/10/2010:
(context: honestly, Daughtry is just throwing me. I must have repeated-one like whoa at some point)
1.) Chemistry of a Car Crash - Shiny Toy Guns, We Are Pilots
2.) The End - Kings of Leon, Come Around Sunday
3.) Hey Now - Augustana, Can't Love, Can't Hurt
4.) Closer to You - Wallflowers, The Wallflowers Collected; 1995-2005
5.) Chances - Five For Fighting, Slice
6.) Someday - One Less Reason, Faces and Four Letter Words
7.) Tanglewood Tree - Chris and Meredith Thompson, Clearwater
8.) You Found Me - The Fray, The Fray
9.) Surrender - Digital Daggers, Surrender
10.) Enough for Now - The Fray, The Fray
11.) Come On Get Higher - Matt Nathanson, Some Mad Hope
12.) Desperately Wanting - Better Than Ezra, Better Than Ezra: Greatest Hits
13.) Whataya Want from Me - Adam Lambert, For Your Entertainment
14.) Not Enough - Our Lady Peace, Gravity
15.) Summertime - My Chemical Romance, Danger Days, The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
16.) Sing - My Chemical Romance, Danger Days, The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
17.) Head Over Heels - Digital Daggers, The Vampire Diaries soundtrack
18.) Without You - Three Days Grace, Life Starts Now
19.) Life After You - Daughtry, Leave This Town
20.) Closer - Ne-Yo, Year of the Gentleman
21.) Say When - The Fray, The Fray
22.) How to Save a Life - The Fray, How to Save a Life
23.) Sugar, We're Going Down - Fall Out Boy, From Under the Cork Tree
24.) Sweet and Low - Augustana, Can't Love, Can't Hurt
25.) Never Be the Same - Red, Innocence & Instinct
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