Superfast Jellyfish, Stylo, Empire Ants, White Flag and Rhinestone Eyes are my favorite.
After listening the entire albume (special edition, yay!), it give me a vibe of... i don't know... was like a cartoon show soundtrack. And that is not a bad thing. It doesn't have a ultra-emblematic song like Clint Eastwood, 19-2000 or Feel Good Inc, but it was a great album. Good songs and a relaxing, childish feel. I love it
Awsome sig is awsome...
Thank to Diaz in La Tienda de Negro for the amazing work
We are living in a post-Zelda Timeline world. Isn't that scary?
I find the album to be something you have to give several listens to like it. At first, I liked only a couple of songs, but now I find it better than the other albums actually. Still, no Gorillaz-song beats "Kids With Guns". My favourite from the album would have to be Stylo or Empire Ants.
WOOHOO! YES I DO! but actually I can't get it on my ipod yet!! argh!!!
I really like rhinestone eyes
Tokio Hotel Für Immer-Cinema Bizarre Für Immer
This is the silent place-a place to face the agony
This is the silent place-a place for you but not for me... All we need is fantasy-all to be we want to be
All you need is fantasy-all to be you want to be
I'm excited, but a new album, already? Wasn't Plastic Beach released this very year?
It was! And I think this is excellent.
In the 60's/early 70's, artists used to pump out new albums every year or so on average! Led Zeppelin released 4 albums in the space of 3 years and a gap of 2 years between albums was almost unheard of - so I think it's great that artists are pushing albums out much faster than usual, instead of writing albums, honeymooning and then coming back when they feel like it.
The music industry moves so fast now artists need to either put material out faster or have enough singles on each album to sustain a prolonged shelf life that allows for multiple tours and press circuits. Very few bands or artists can afford to take two or more years in between albums anymore.
Since Plastic Beach hit its peak commercially with its first single, I'm not entirely surprised there's already talk of a new record.