Hey Gools, thanks for throwing 'Daft Punk" up. Perhaps it's just me, but I really like 4 or five songs from these guys (including said Daft Punk)
and then am so-so on the rest. Dunno, maybe need to listen more. Here is another for that one random who'll pop on other than you! (you clearly
know what to look for)
North American Scum on Letterman - imo, sounds better than the cd version. And I will learn before this evening how to embed. Sorry for the delay
America -oh, wait, I mean, the world - forgive me, I'm North American Scum.
I'm the same way for most bands. I don't "fall in love" with bands much anymore. Well at least since I was 15 and fell in love with U2 when I
first heard the War album (I'm still a fan of their old stuff).
If you want to embed videos on ATS you just need to copy the video's code from the url (everything after the equal sign in the URL box) and click on
the YouTube video button at the end of the formatting tool bar just above the post box and paste in the code.
If embedding is not disabled by the person who loaded it up to YouTube it will show up here.
Yes, Arcade Fire is excellent. I can remember hearing Funeral prior to it really going big and thinking how "new" and ambitious it sounded. Thanks
for the embed tip. Perhaps if you like Arcade Fire, you may enjoy The National
This one is called 'Apartment Stroy' On the Late late show in 07'
And to show my glee at embeding youtube videos (oh no ATS), here is my favorite live version of Arcade Fire's Rebellion - @Cochella
You've opened a can of worms, thanks! Seriously, thanks! Hope you enjoy.
I changed a few but the post above wont let me edit - I thought if you checked this it you may have the proper minion look into it - I am registered
- I started the thread - i can edit other posts - but when I hit edit on the post above it tells me I'm not allowed to post. Any ideas? Also, I
posted a National Vid as we were discussing this earlier and then I noticed you linked the National...how interesting - same wavelenght there. Thanks
again and it looks like it's working! As overbearing proof, another one you may like:
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: 'Weight of the World' in a record store:
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