GET READY TO HEADBANG!!!!!!!
Through the Fire and the Flames by Dragonforce from the album “Inhuman Rampage” 2006: My god, this song, this incredibly awesome song! I don’t think I’ve ever heard a more epic guitar solo in my whole life! The song starts with an epic guitar playing, and then, get ready for an amazing 7 minutes 22 seconds of pure Power Metal genius accompanied with epic vocals! If you love Metal, this song is highly recommended for you! My favorite part is near the 4 minute mark, when the song has probably the most “headband inducing” guitar solo I’ve ever heard! Tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀 AND ROCK ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello again, my wonderful audience! It’s Monday again, and time for me to add 2 new paintings to my list. I really hope that you guys enjoy these entries, and be sure to tell me what you think in the comments section below. It’s time to dive into the awesome world of art!
- The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh Oil On Canvas 1889 (info about painting materials from en.wikipedia.org): Ah yes, the famous “Starry Night” by van Gogh. I can literally stare at this painting for hours and become completely transfixed by it. Van Gogh’s brilliant use of blending colors and smoky textures make this painting a true definition of “eye candy.” It’s so beautiful, and the way that it’s presented makes you have overflowing emotions. I can’t give this painting enough praise, and I really think that it’s one of the best works of art in the world.
- Boy and Dog in a Johnnypump by Jean-Michel Basquiat Acrylic,oil paintstick, and spray paint on canvas (info about materials from Basquiat art book) 1982: Here we have yet another Basquiat piece, what can I say, I love his art! This one is a bit more realistic than his other ones. It depicts as fearsome-looking boy, along with his equally frightening dog. This painting is as scary as it is interesting, and it also portrays an interesting message. I believe that this painting is an abstract look at low- class life in the tough slums of the world. The boy looks emaciated, and the dog also looks very thin. This could be a representation of how hard it is to get food when you don’t have a lot of money.
Caramelldansen (Speedy Mix) by Caramell from the album “Caramelldansen (Speedy Mixes) 2008 original song made in 2001(en.wikipedia.org): I still can’t believe that this song is already 14 years old! Anyway, this piece was a very popular Dance tune back in 2008, and it’s an ear worm that never gets out of your head. There are many different versions of this song, however, I will be going over the original Swedish version. The song starts out with a cool electronic beat, and then slowly depends into a incredibly catchy song of epic proportions! It also has a dance that goes along with it that will be shown within the posted video link. Tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
It’s Sunday again, and it’s time to add 2 more fears to the list. They might be strange and funny, but remember people actually find these things terrifying. Now, let’s get this list going!
- Chucky AAAAAAHHHHH! To anybody who has seen the film “Child’s Play”, this fear isn’t much of a shocker! If you happen to suffer from “Pediophobia”, even the smallest mention of dolls is enough to send you running for the hills! (phobialist.com)
- Tik Shock Tik Shock! Some people can’t tell the time, while others think clocks are eerie. If you have “Chronomentrophobia”, these ticking menaces are your worst nightmare! (phobialist.com)
Tubthumping by Chumbawamba from the album “Tubthumping” 1997: I remember when my Uncle first showed me this song, I was blown away by its epicness! It starts with a cool beat in the background, and then the guitars start up, and turn the song into an epic Rock piece! I recommend this song to anyone who likes Punk Rock. Tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀 AND ROCK ON!!!!
You might want to be eating something when reading this post!
Well, it’s Friday again, and it’s time for me to add a new scrumptious dessert to this list. I hope you guys are hungry, because by the end of the post, your mouth will be watering! Now, let’s get started on this “sweet” journey!
- Monty Python fans who remember the UFO Scotsman episode of Monty Python’s Flying Circus will know this one! The Blancmange is an “English dessert that is made of milk, cream, or sugar that is thickened with a gelatin, cornstarch, or Irish Moss.” (en.wikipedia.org) It’s “served cold, and usually flavored with almonds.” (en.wikipedia.org) It also is very “similar to US desserts, like vanilla pudding.” (en.wikipedia.org)
Born To Run by Bruce Springsteen from the album “Born To Run” 1975: Do you guys like Rock? Then you’ll love this song to death! It’s one of my favorite Bruce Springsteen songs, and it’s still sounds good today! It starts with an epic drum roll and guitar solo. Then Bruce’s amazing vocals start up, along with an unique twinkling instrument. My favorite part of the song has to be the awesome saxophone solo that begins near the middle of the piece. I recommend this song to anybody who loves music. Tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀