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Faith No More - Ashes to Ashes (+playlist)

1997 Faith No More: Ashes to Ashes: Once again a long awaited FNM album. The first release from Album of the Year was quite promising.

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In our Musical Musings: "Since I Left You" is the debut studio album by Australian electronic music group The Avalanches

Tool - Schism. I'm not the biggest Tool fan, but I do love this song and the music video.

Tool - Schism WARNING: Tool uses imagery in their music videos that some may find disturbing.

2002 Terje Rypdal - Last Nite: The other greatest track from the Heat soundtrack. Two instrumental tracks proving that music can touch you without vocals and lyrics. By the way I never care about the lyrics... They could be a recipe or an ad, I don't mind...

A group of professional bank robbers start to feel the heat from police when they unknowingly leave a clue at their latest heist.

Faith no more - Evidence (1995)

Faith no more - Evidence Alternate Video

Feist - I Feel It All, 2008

Music video by Feist performing I Feel It All. (C) 2008 Polydor (France)

Faith No More - "Evidence" (King for a Day, Fool for a Lifetime, 1995)

1995 Faith No More - Evidence: I think FNM is the band that can show something new in each and every song, this one is a good example. Very relaxing and entertaining song.

1994 Tankcsapda - Kapd be a Horgot: The second song I loved from this band. Has a nice live atmosphere, really liked their concert at the Sziget festival.

Tankcsapda - Kapd be a horgot (Official video)

Thrice - Red Sky  The chord at 3:14 is just about my favorite in the whole world.  And it's am-a-zing in that progression.

Music video by Thrice performing Red Sky. (C) 2006 The Island Def Jam Music Group

2005 Moby - Lift Me Up: Although some more tracks from the Go album were better, I chose this one as my last favourite Moby song from a bit later. Hopefully this weird guy will have some good new songs in the future.

2005 Moby - Lift Me Up: Although some more tracks from the Go album were better, I chose this one as my last favourite Moby song from a bit later. Hopefully this weird guy will have some good new songs in the future.

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