1992 :: The year in music :: Throwback Thursday

The Best Songs of 1992 by willtopsmusictv 1992 :: The Year In Music Throwback Thursday There are many years I could christen "the year when everything changed", and in significant ways that would be true, that said, 1992 was the year where everything changed -- in big ways -- for me. In 1992 I became a parent, …

Do you have to? :: VOTD

Linger :: The Cranberries from the album, Everybody Else is Doing it, So Why Can't We? Linger is a song composed by Irish musicians Dolores O'Riordan and Noel Hogan of the rock band The Cranberries, released in 1993. The song, which has an acoustic arrangement featuring a string section, became the band's first major hit, peaking …

Make you come home early :: SOTD

“Love and happiness… Something that can make you do wrong, make you do right… Love..”. One of the sexiest, most sensual songs ever. It reminds me of humid bedrooms with the curtains closed and the doors locked, combined body heat permeating the windows and walls. The touch of skin, sugar-sweat-sweet, blending in to that space …

Quintessential Albums :: Siouxsie And The Banshees :: Peepshow

Quintessential Album Series :: Peepshow :: Siouxsie And The Banshees A Little History: Peepshow, released in 1988, is the ninth studio album by Siouxsie and the Banshees, and their first as a quintet. With the arrival of multi-instrumentalist Martin McCarrick, Peepshow was one of their most musically complex albums. The album was both a critical …

You’re always holding on to stars :: SOTD

  Keep Art Alive :: Art by Amy-Friend "Growing old is getting old. I often find myself here thinking, about the birds, the boats, and past loves that flew away or started sinking. And it's crazy here without you, I used to think this all was ours. We'd stay up late, debate on how we'd …

That’s not what ladies do :: VOTD

Just One of the Guys :: Jenny Lewis from the album, The Voyager Just One of the Guys is the first single released off of Jenny Lewis' third solo album, The Voyager, released today. The song, produced by Beck, is perfect in its juxtaposition of mood and meaning, something we've come to expect from Jenny, …