Friday, 31 July 2009

DAT20 Charts updated

Finally, some time to post the up-to-date DAT20 Charts (see right column also).

Hollywood Undead - Everywhere I Go

Billy Talent - Rusted From The Rain

Gossip - Heavy Cross

Expatriate - Home EP

Paramore - Ignorance

Blue October - Say It

Suicide Silence - Wake Up

Dune - Heat / Victim Of The City

Green.Frog.Feet. - It's Okay

Jet - She's A Genius

Alexisonfire - Young Cardinals

Florence And The Machine - Kiss With A Fist

Selig - Wir Werden Uns Wiedersehen

Scorefor - I Won't Admit It

Stimpack - Spiegelkind

Bloc Party - One More Chance

The Airborne Toxic Event - Sometime Around Midnight

Maximo Park - Questing, Not Coasting

Jamie T. - Sticks'n'Stones

Dead By April - Losing You

Thursday, 30 July 2009

Everyone loves breaking guitars ;)


It's fascinating, that Google today found almost a Million (912.000 to be exact) entries at 5.33 MEST when you typed in "united breaks guitars", leave the quotation marks away, and you'll get aprx. 18.500.000 results.
Well Mr Carroll, that's quite a good amount of online publicity I'd say ;)

Sunday, 12 July 2009

Why we all should love Web 2.0

That's, why! This vid got it all in it: diggs, duggs, the "famous" RickRoll video, Chuck Norris, chatters' abbreviations, spelling errors, Photoshop, spammers, sexism, racism, the "very famous" David Hasselhoff advanatar (I really don't understand why so many internet users have this as their advantar....) and loads of "adult language".......
Gosh, how we love it!



Saturday, 11 July 2009

"United Breaks Guitars" - Now that's a complaint!

For those of you, who haven't seen it, YET: For Dave Carroll and his band the very last way of complaining about United Airlines was writing a song ... a quite good one I must say, even for people like me who are not into American Folk that much.
The video is currently spreading all over the blogosphere, and even big news magazines, like the German (!) "Spiegel" are meanwhile reporting about the tragic story of Dave Carroll's broken Taylor guitar and his 9-months-of-complaining-odyssey to get compensation from United. Enjoy!



PS: The full story can be read at Dave Carroll's homepage.

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Must-see for this summer


This movie is my personal must-see movie for summer 2009, if only because of the music or because the protagonists are cruising around in an original Merc 280SE (and in the end even crashing it).
And yes, well, the story is quite realistic as well, isn't it?



Some people may think this is going to be a kind of grown-up-version of "Hey Dude, Where's My Car?" but I am wondering if this movie can be called "grown-up" at all. Probably not...
By the way, it appears that crashing classical cars in popular movies has become a new trend amonst film-makers. Just think of the first scene in the Star Trek trailer, in my opinion the far best scene in the whole movie after all...
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