Wednesday, April 26, 2006

A B C's of Robin's music

These are CD's artists or albums that I own or would like to own.

Avril Lavigne, Alanis Morrisette
Ben Fold's Five
Chicago
Dashboard Confessionals
Eighties mix
F
oo Fighters, Foreign Holiday
Goldfinger, The Get Up Kids
Homegrown
I
J
uliana Theory, Jimmy Eat World, Jewel
Kelly Clarkson
Lit, Lisa Loeb
Michelle Branch, Marcy Playground, Monster Ballads
No Doubt, No Knife
October's First Hero, Offspring
Promise Ring
Queen
Radiance- an album by Atheneum
Sting, Spice Girls
TLC, Tim McGraw
U
Video killed the radio star (okay that's a song), Pearl Jam's Vitology album
Weezer
MXPX (that's right, Christian Punk)
Y
Zepplin

I'm stumped on a few. I'll fill them in later.

4 comments:

Tori :) said...

There's a few on there I'd like to burn. I used to have Monster Ballads and I don't know what happened to it. If you have that, I'd love to burn it!! I'd like Chicago, and Tim McGraw! I have a mix you might like. It has some Queen, Zepplin, Lynard Skynard... It's a mix I made from mix cds my brother made for Alec. I forgot to mention it in my post yesterday.

Jake said...

I can fill in the 'U'. How about Uncle Tupelo? Kind of the godfathers of my favorite music genre: Alt-Country. Its kind of a fusion between old country (Johnny Cash/Willie Nelson), folk (Neil Young/Bob Dylan), classic rock (Beatles/Pink Floyd), and modern or alternative rock (Pearl Jam/Nirvana).

I feel like the band's personal salesman. Just give it a listen. It will make you happy.

The lead singer (Jeff Tweedy) of Uncle Tupelo now heads the greatest band at all time: Wilco. They're a lot like Tupelo, with a modern, urban pop twist. You can listen to an entire Tweedy concert at Wilco's website @ www.wilcoworld.net/roadcase

I highly recommend it.

Emily said...

U - U2? Usher? I - Israel Kamakawiwaole (Bruddah Iz)? V kind of stumps me... maybe the Led Zepplin V album.

Emily said...

I mean IV, Zeppelin's IV album. I know it's a number, but it still looks like a V.