Song of the Moment Volbeat - The Hangman's Body Count
I welcome the rain
And as you walk the final top
They will start to dark my past
Nothing counting in this world See the valley turn to darkness on your way
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JEIBERT'S Best of 2011 | A&MV: [#38] S: [#74-72] A: [#22] UP
PITBULL - "Planet Pit"
Released: June 17, 2011
Genre: Hip hop, electro hop, dance-pop
Label: Polo Grounds, J, RCA, Mr. 305
Producers: Ne-Yo, Affect, Afrojack, Apster, Benny Blanco, Bryan Leach (exec.), Charles Chavez (exec.), Clinton Sparks, David Guetta, DJ Buddha (also exec.), DJ Frank E, DJ Snake, Dr. Luke, Drop, Jacob Luttrell, Jason Perry, Jim Jonsin, Jimmy Joker, Marc Kinchen, Nicola Fasano, Pitbull (exec.), Polow da Don, RedFoo, RedOne, Rush, Sandy Vee, Sean Hurley, Soulshock & Biker, Vein
MR.WORLDWIDE!...Yet another very good album meant to be overplayed in the clubs. Expect tracks here to be in timeless constant rotation in every club’s playlist. All collaborations are the highlights and standouts especially the biggest hit off of this album “Give Me Everything”. “Shake Seniora”, “Hey Baby” and the rest insist you to bop off, or even get wild! I’m not a fan of the released single, “Rain Over Me” though…the era’s been a downhill since it was chosen! But l loved "International Love" though...
Favorite Tracks: : "Give Me Everything" (featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack, & Nayer), "Hey Baby" (Drop it to the Floor) (featuring T-Pain), "Come N Go" (featuring Enrique Iglesias), "Shake Señora" (featuring T-Pain & Sean Paul), Castle Made of Sand (featuring Kelly Rowland), International Love" (featuring Chris Brown)
Date Premiered: October 19, 2011 Director: Mat Whitecross Favorite Scenes: The elephant mascot (Chris Martin) begs on the street for money and buys a unicycle, The elephant finds other three elephant mascots (the rest of Coldplay) while playing the song in the veld (South African grasslands), the band playing a live show at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg
"...'Damn, Damn, Damn, What I'd do to have you Here, here, here, I wish you were here, Damn, Damn, Damn, What I'd do to have you, Near, near, near, I wish you were here..."
Album: Goodbye Lullaby Release Date: September 9, 2011 Genre: Pop rock, soft rock Length: 3:45 Label: Epic Writer(s): Avril Lavigne, Max Martin, Shellback Producer(s): Max Martin, Shellback
Weeks on Chart:6 weeks Peak Position:#04
One of my early favorites on the album, I knew it was going to be a single, and I'm glad it was! I somehow can relate to this emotional song and it makes me want to think of anything like moments, in the past, not necessary people, but random precious moments that it makes me a bit of teary-eyed. The chorus is just like a result of mere desperation in just wanting that someone or something to be present with you at the moment!. When it it hits you really hard though, you'll be surely crying and (longing)! DAMN! DAMN! DAMN!
"...All the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run, outrun my gun, All the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run, faster than my bullet....."
Album: Torches Release Date: September 14, 2010 Genre: Indie pop, alternative rock, neo-psychedelia Length: 3:58 (album version); 3:48 (radio edit) Label: Columbia Writer(s): Mark Foster Producer(s): Mark Foster
Weeks on Chart:5 weeks Peak Position:#04
Actually, this song is just one of the few cases that I listened the second single more than the first one! I was like "So this is the first single? Hmm, Honestly at first, I think it's horrific! the vocals are like what kind of a mess is this?" But the tune stuck on me days later, *watches video on YouTube*, they're Indie?..they're great and.. they're hot! Then, a couple of more listens...hmmm this is getting catchy!..and a couple more, "ohh..the lyrics are genius and it has a great message".. Nice try, Foster the People! You won me over this track NOW!
"...So in love, I'll give it all away, Just don't tell nobody tomorrow, So tonight, I'll do it every way, Speakers knockin' till the morning light, 'Cause we like to party-y-y-y-y-y-y, 'Cause we like to party-y-y-y-y-y-y, 'Cause we like to party..."
Album: 4 Release Date: October 24, 2011 Genre: R&B Length: 4:05 (album version); 3:39 (single version) Label: Columbia Writer(s): Kanye West, Jeff Bhasker, Beyoncé Knowles, André Lauren Benjamin, Dexter Mills, Douglas Davis, Ricky Walters Producer(s): Knowles, West, Bhasker
Weeks on Chart:5 weeks Peak Position:#02
Unlike "Pumped Up Kicks" above, this song was another pure love at first listen to me by Beyonce!. It reminds me of the 90's R&B slow jams and that's a more plus factor because I am so in love with the 90's era! The way Bey sings the verses and the chorus is just pure perfection! Her intonation, the tone, and the high pitch notes are perfect! Though J.Cole delivered a great rap, Andre 3000's original killed! Nothing to elaborate more, "Party" is just PERFECT!
Birth Name: Kathleen Brien Born: May 21, 1989 (age 22) Origin: Peckham, South London Genres: R&B, house, garage, dubstep, UK funky Label: Columbia Website:katyonamission.com
One of the best British newcomers for me this year (actually last) but she had much more impact on me this year is Katy B! When I see her name, hmm..(initially thought of Katy Perry), what's this girl gotta bring to us. Then I saw her name discussed here in ATRL for her debut album anticipation! Time passed, and I saw her video "Lights On" on VH1 channel which features Ms. Dynamite and I was like, "Wow" this is something funky and her thin voice is just awesome over the beat. And then it led me to check her album "On a Mission", and wow! the production and the trance and the dubstep influence in it is very impressive for me! The rest is history which granted her this spot right here! I gotta say, thank you Katy for making me appreciate dubstep now! Let's all hail and make way for the Dubstep Princess!
I think everyone's bisexual to some degree or another; it's just a question of whether or not you choose to recognise it and embrace it. Personally, I think choosing between men and women is like choosing between cake and ice cream. You'd be daft not to try both when there are so many different flavours. - Björk