You look a bit miffed.
An English avant-rock band. Cool.
This song is much to catchy to not become an Earworm.
Burn me at the stake for this one, boys and girls.
Comedown Machine. *caution, spoilers*
Tell me, how can you not love the Bee Gees?
I often, while growing up not paying any close attention to music, found difficulty differentiating The Beatles from the Bee Gees.
My dad constantly had to explain to me, and so now I know the dire differences between the two British supergroups.
And I love them both.
I’m also an avid fan of BBC Sherlock, and hearing this song on that show was… thrilling.
Listen to the Bros. Gibb. Listen. (But I’d consider lowering your speaker volume, you’ll lose some hearing from them.)
The first. The only. The song that brought christened me into the world of music.
This needs no explanation. This song… is epic.
How do I follow up with a post about arguably the most famous band of all time?
With my favorite band, of course. Linkin Park has been questioned and taunted and praised and heckled, much like any good band. But they are the sole surviving band of the nu metal era, aside from Korn, who made an album with Skrillex. And we all know how people hate Skrillex.
Oh I believe, in yesterday…
The Beatles need to be on everyone’s good music list in some way or another (excluding of course, the bad sections). The originators of what I like to call the ‘hot-Brits-take-over-America-by-music’ movement, they definitely make my Top 30 List. My dad was a huge fan of The Beatles growing up, and I’m a fan now, too.
This ballad is so heart-wrenching and genuine, and, it was actually voted Best Song of the 20th Century!
I love it.