Most of the music videos that I post in this blog are from well-known bands. Today we’ll go for something completely different. Under The Number – a local band, based in Pafos. The video is not even a music video yet, but the song is pretty cool. Now I’ll just have to catch them playing live somewhere.
If you like this one, there is another song coming out next month. Subscribe to their YouTube channel, visit the web site, and follow them on Facebook not to miss out. Tell a friend too.
Here comes one of my favorite songs to listen at full volume while driving around in the car. An instant mood adjuster.
I am going to a movie today, where someone had a ringtone made out of “Slayer – Bloodline“. The review is coming up later, in the mean time you can guess what’s the film title. And don’t cheat by looking at what is in the cinemas today.
You’ve all heard Ricky Martin’s greatest hist “Livin’ La Vida Loca”. But have you ever thought that it’s a bit too light, too pop for your ears? If you have, then you’d probably like this version of the song.
There are some songs which never get old, even if “never” is for one generation. I think System of a Down – Chop Suey is one of such songs for my generation.
If you are not that much into heavy music, here is a “light” version for you by Richard Cheese.
And if you can only handle cute babies on video, then switch off your sound and watch this little fellow:
Here is something for a bit of energy this Monday morning: Metallica – Sad But True, performing live.
H-blockx – The Power is really just that – The Power. Whenever my mp3 player in the car hits this song, I play it over and over. When I am tired, sad, or depressed beyond reason, I put this on and my mood is changed instantly. It has the power.
Today I went to “Stork” again with some friends of mine. There was yet another hard rock party. It wasn’t as good as the last time, but it was pretty good anyway. There were enough of both old songs – those that I hear on every rock party, and news songs – old songs, but that I really hear. One of the new songs that really brought up a few good memories was “Another brick in the wall” from Pink Floyd. Among the old ones was an excellently performed “Smoke on the water” from Deep Purple. And yes, it was good even considering the fact that I am among those lucky ones who can compare it to the original.
Although I enjoyed the concert, the atmosphere wasn’t moving enough for me to jump around like a crazy horse and shout like a wounded elephant. Not to worry though. Kakomalis Amateur Song Festival (aka KSP) is coming soon. So far it is expected on November 12th, which is only a couple of weeks away. There I will tear my throat to pieces and abuse my muscles to the point of no return. Again. Yeah. Rock on!