Saturday, February 27, 2010


"Map of the problematique" is a song by English alternative rock band Muse, released on their 2006 fourth studio album, Black Holes and Revelations. It was released as the fifth single from the album on 18 June 2007 as a digital download only.

The song has been closely compared to "Enjoy the Silence" by Depeche Mode due to its similar chord progression and arrangement. Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has also cited Depeche Mode as inspiration for the song in interviews.

The song reached number 18 in the UK singles chart in its first week of release, and was more successful than "Invincible", the previous single.

The title is a reference to a book called Limits to Growth and the Club of Rome think-tank who would create a “map of the problematique” detailing the “global problematique”— a set of likely challenges the world might face in the near future.

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Saturday, February 20, 2010


"The Heinrich Maneuver" is a song by New York-based indie rock band Interpol's third album, Our Love to Admire. It is the first single from the album.

This song features the familiar spiky (mostly single note) guitar lines, insistent drumming, and fluid bass work one has become accustomed to hearing from these guys. Singer Paul Banks's lyrics and vocal melody are the most interesting elements here and this tune is thematically more direct than usual. Interpol's songs have tended to be brooding and ambiguous, but lines like "How are things on the West Coast?" and "Today my heart swings" almost certainly allude to a break up while coming across as uncharacteristically upbeat.

The video is defintely worth watching: it is a single take of the main character, a woman in a white dress, shown in extreme slow motion applying lipstick and walking towards her demise, being hit by a bus. This overlays three other characters whose reactions to the event unfold in a mixture of speed altered motion, initially proceeding forward and then reversing. A man taking out his cellphone, a vogue lady screaming, and a waiter running to the scene...

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Saturday, February 13, 2010

INFINITE LOVE SONG ------ Maximilian Hecker

"Infinite Love Song" is an outstanding song from German singer / song-writer Maximilian Hecker.

Hecker is a German musician known for airy pop music, similar to bands like Air. After performing as a drummer in a number of small German bands, his demo tapes attracted the attention of Kitty-Yo Records, who released his debut album Infinite Love Songs in 2001...

This song has a perfect tempo, with a unique balance between electronic beats and intense feelings revolving around

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Saturday, February 6, 2010

WRAPPED IN BLACK --- Hideki Naganuma

"Wrapped in black" is the stunning eclectic and energetic track that serves as the ultimate boss battle tune in Sonic Rush videogame, by Hideki Naganuma

Hideki Naganuma is a Japanese music composer who primarily does work for video game soundtracks. His music is usually defined as ‘Composed in the J-Pop genre’ and this implicitly requires mixing Japanese techno, funk, soul, and hip-hop elements to create a very unique and vivid sound.

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