Oh man it's here. The legendary FEELY TOP FORTY. Done by a teenager with a lot of mp3s and a lot of free time, it's THIS WEEK'S TOP FORTY SONGS THAT ARE GETTING PLAYED ON ROCK RADIO. I'm by no means an authority on what's good and what's not, but my taste is definitely a lot better than yours. Ha. Okay here we go.
LW TW Artist Song Album Peak #Weeks 5 ^ 1 Marah - Out In Style - Float Away With The Friday Night Gods 1 2 32 ^ 2 Butch Walker - My Way - Left Of Self-Centered 2 19 22 ^ 3 Sponge - Treat Me Wrong - For All The Drugs In The World EP 3 4 6 ^ 4 OK Go - Get Over It - OK Go 1 11 2 v 5 The Wallflowers - When You're On Top - Red Letter Days 1 4 7 ^ 6 Los Lobos - Good Morning Aztlan - Good Morning Aztlan 4 4 - ^ 7 Burning Brides - Arctic Snow - Fall Of The Plastic Empire 7 1 4 v 8 The Exies - My Goddess - Inertia 4 3 3 v 9 Loudermilk - Estrogen Oxygen (Aches In The Teeth Again) - The Red Record 1 23 1 v 10 Idlewild - Live In A Hiding Place - The Remote Part 1 5 12 ^ 11 The Josh Joplin Group - (I Am Not The Only) Cowboy - The Future That Was 3 3 21 ^ 12 Lazlo Bane - Superman - Scrubs Soundtrack 12 3 13 > 13 Foo Fighters - All My Life - One By One 13 6 9 v 14 Ryan Adams - Nuclear - Demolition 2 5 10 v 15 Before Braille - 24 Minus 18 - The Rumor 2 11 14 v 16 The Apples In Stereo - Please - Velocity Of Sound 5 5 15 v 17 Rhett Miller - Come Around - The Instigator 2 6 26 ^ 18 The Tragically Hip - Silver Jet - In Violet Light 18 5 8 v 19 Home Town Hero - Run Right Through - Home Town Hero 8 3 18 v 20 Feeder - Come Back Around - Comfort In Sound 18 8 16 v 21 Ben Kweller - Wasted & Ready - Sha Sha 1 27 17 v 22 The Flashing Lights - The Same Thing Twice - Sweet Release 9 6 19 v 23 Not By Choice - Standing All Alone - Maybe One Day 19 14 20 v 24 Supergrass - Grace - Life On Other Planets 9 8 36 ^ 25 The Pattern - Fragile Awareness - Real Feelness 25 2 11 v 26 S.T.U.N. - Boys And Girls - Evolution Of Energy 11 5 23 v 27 Queens Of The Stone Age - No One Knows - Songs For The Deaf 1 13 25 v 28 Wide Mouth Mason - Rained Out Parade - Rained Out Parade 5 8 31 ^ 29 Brendan Benson - Tiny Spark - Lapalco 29 2 24 v 30 Liars - Mr. Your On Fire Mr. - They Threw Us All In A Trench And Stuck A Monument On Top 6 7 - ^ 31 Nirvana - You Know You're Right - n/a 31 1 35 ^ 32 Cato Salsa Experience - So, The Circus Is Back In Town - A Good Tip For A Good Time 6 11 98 ^ 33 The Walkmen - We've Been Had - Everyone Who Pretended To Like Me Is Gone 33 2 48 ^ 34 Pearl Jam - I Am Mine - Riot Act 34 3 39 ^ 35 treble charger - Hundred Million - Detox 1 15 28 v 36 Spoon - The Way We Get By - Kill The Moonlight 4 6 27 v 37 Quarashi - Mr. Jinx - Jinx 1 14 - ^ 38 Audioslave - Cochise - Audioslave 38 1 29 v 39 Peter Stuart - With My Heart In Your Hands - Propeller 8 12 - ^ 40 Sam Roberts - Where Have All The Good People Gone - The Inhuman Condition 40 1
OH and I forgot just cuz, THIS WEEK'S BOTTOM TEN (#1 being the worst):
4 ^ 1 Paul Oakenfold f/Shifty Shellshock - Starry Eyed Surprise - Bunkka 1 v 2 LiveonRelease - Emotional Griptape - Seeing Red 3 > 3 KoRn - Thoughtless - Untouchables 6 ^ 4 Papa Roach - Time And Time Again - lovehatetragedy 8 ^ 5 3rd Strike - Redemption - Lost Angel 11 ^ 6 Simple Plan - I'd Do Anything - No Helmets, No Pads, Just Balls 7 > 7 Disturbed - Prayer - Believe 9 ^ 8 Stone Sour - Bother - Stone Sour 5 v 9 Mudvayne - Not Falling - The End Of All Things To Come 12 ^ 10 Chevelle - The Red - Wonder What's Next
-------- AHHHH IT WON'T LET ME REPLY. Anyway Kim I've always lived on Long Island. Moving from Brentwood to Islip right now. Yes.
I didn't realize that Supergrass had a new album out. How is it? I didn't get much into the last one. I guess I can ask the same of the Apples in Stereo album, though I did know that was out, at least.
I don't own either, I just have the singles on mp3. Most of the Supergrass reviews have it as more of the same. Like, it's still a good album, but they haven't really evolved. I've only read one review of the Apples In Stereo album and they trashed it a bit for seeming to be geared towards children (!?) with high-pitched vocals and fast poppy guitars and stuff, but that website usually trashes most of the albums they get anyway. So uh there.
I like the new Supergrass album a lot! I like it all the way through, unlike the last one where it was like "OK I love some of these songs, sorta like some of these songs some of the time and other ones, not so much." It's kinda glammy and dark and hot. It gets my approval.
The only thing I enjoy more than doing the crossword puzzle is actually finishing it.
That's pretty much how I felt about their last album, too. I've now seen the new one described as having a Marc Bolan sound, which sounds about right as the hot, dark and glammy description, so I can't see me not liking this. I'll have to get it. Guess it'll only be available as an import. Thanks to the both of you for the information.
Sponge is still making music, but barely. I think they just got back together. (or was that the Gin Blossoms, or was it both. I know the Gin Blosssoms did...)
I think the new Supergrass album might actually be released here, if it hasn't already. Some Canadian radio's been playing "Grace", and normally stuff gets around the same release time here as there, even if we give British acts much less play.
And Butch Walker, yes he rules. I want that CD. After buying the SR-71 one due to his co-writing "Right Now", and the Injected one for his production work, I feel like I'm owed it. Those CDs sucked. Bad.
These commercials are superfine because they pay for the production costs of putting CHRIS MOTHERFUCKING BENOIT on my GODDAMN TV SCREEN! I will GO GREYHOUND! I am thinking OUTSIDE THE BUN! – Dean Rasmussen 8/1/2002 Smackdown Workrate Report
Originally posted by FeelySponge is still making music, but barely. I think they just got back together. (or was that the Gin Blossoms, or was it both. I know the Gin Blosssoms did...)
Sponge is still kicking around? I tried to see if there was anything about them online, but I didn't find anything. This from probably the only person to buy all three of their albums. New. In music stores. At full price, no less. (Although they did peak somewhere between Rotting Pinata and Wax Ecstatic...)
And I don't think Gin Blossoms is still around. Last I heard, they put out a posthumous hits collection.
No, the Gin Blossoms definitely got back together this past summer. Them, Sponge, Seven Mary Three, and the Spin Doctors just did a tour together. And Sponge's official website is www.spongetheband.com . There's some info on the new EP there.
Just today, I picked up the Who's "By Numbers" and Bob Dylan's "Nashville Skyline" and "John Wesley Harding" in my local HMV's on-sale rack. So let's not get too picky about artistic quality for cheap.