Τετάρτη, 29 Απριλίου 2009

Τρίτη, 28 Απριλίου 2009

ΚΑΛΗ ΤΥΧΗ!!!13




Σε γνωρισα απο παιδι μικρο..
παναθα μου μου πηρες το μυαλο..
μεγαλωσα δεν γινομαι καλα..
μαζι σου επαθα εγω ζημια.....

τριφυλλαρα μου καλη τυχη!!!
οι φωνες μας κ οι ψυχες μας,
θα ειναι μαζι σου..

στους φιλους μου τους ολυμπιακους
δεν ευχομαι καλη τυχη..
αλλα να ειναι παντα καλα..

φρεντυ, λωρενς,χαρη,λεων,
ΨΗΛΑ ΤΗ ΣΗΜΑΙΑ!!
ΣΤΙΣ ΧΑΡΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΣ ΛΥΠΕΣ ΜΑΖΙ..
ΜΟΝΑΧΑ..

Κυριακή, 26 Απριλίου 2009

Σάββατο, 25 Απριλίου 2009

ramones mania



mike ness..! /social distortion!





Mike Ness' cover of "I Fought The Law" originally written by Sonny Curtis and performed by The Crickets post-Buddy Holly. Off of his solo album "Under The Influences"




social distortion/ angels wings!

You say you're down on your luck,
Hey baby It's a long, long way up,
Hold back now, hold back your fears.

You say you're really down and out,
And you feel like there's no way out now,
Let go now let go of your tears some more.

How many times have you asked yourself?
Is this the hand of fate now that I've been dealt?
You're so disillusioned this can't be real,
And you can't stand now the way you feel.

I don't care about what they say.
I won't live or die that way,
Tired of figuring out things on my own.
Angel's wings won't you carry me home?

And when you're down on your luck,
Hey baby It's a long, long way up,
Hold back now, hold back your fears.
And when you're really down and out,
And you feel like there's no way out now,
Let go now, let go of your tears some more.

I triumphed in the face of adversity,
And I became the man I never thought I'd be.
And now my biggest challenge, a thing called love,
I guess I'm not as tough as I thought I was.

I don't care about what they say,
I wanna marry you some day,
Gonna wake up, it's a brand new day,
Angel's wings gonna carry you away...
Angel's wings gonna carry me away...
Angel's wings gonna carry us away...

Πέμπτη, 23 Απριλίου 2009




I once met a young girl filled with fire,
That saw through my front to this shell of a man
She knew I'd be a handful from the start,
This strong willed woman had an angels heart
The holes in these wings don't allow me to fly
So you'd better brace for a life of pain,
And if fate is the path to this better life
Somehow I feel you'll never see the faces change

[Chorus:]
Through thick and thin,
She stood by you
She held the key to my broken heart

I look back and wonder,
Sit and ponder.
How I could have ever neglected you.
For the blood soaked soil on the old ball field,
I gambled on a hand I wasn't ready to lose
But if the tables were turned and I faced the troubles,
Tough times and struggles I put you through
I'd of been there as you were through horror and hardship
My life and my love are pledged to you.

[Chorus]

Remember the nights she waited and wondered,
fused to a myth that it had taken it's toll.
But this Godless man has mended his way,
Never again will she be alone.

I remember it well,
Still I always knew that she was destined to be my bride
This woman had pride,
She was full of life.
I could see the passion in her eyes.
She thought she found a man,
But she fell for the devil
An evil monster in disguise.
Now I'll honor and obey,
Forever stay.
True to you, my Irish rose





Short clip taken from a bbc documentary (1997) about Shane Macgowan. Shane is filmed while drinking in a pub, when suddenly, he starts singing. The lady singing the same song as Shane, is Therese Macgowan, Shane's mother...

pogues&the dubliners/irish rover





shane&co.
very drunken partners..
they rock!!
bottoms up,motherfuckers!!

Τρίτη, 21 Απριλίου 2009

Δευτέρα, 20 Απριλίου 2009

NEW RANCID ALBUM!!

ε-ε-ερχεται!!
ε-ε-ερχεται!!
αντε και tour στο europe..
φτιαξε τις βαλιτσες αναστασια!!!
Rancid punx crew,
Allways on tour!!!

DESTINATION...RANCID!



"Radio"

Never fell in love
until i fell in love with you
Never know what a good time was until i had a good time with you
If you wanna get the feeling and you wanna get it right
Then the music gotta be loud
for when the music hit i feel no pain at all

Warm summer night i was drinking with my dad
He tried to give me the love that i never had
But he gave more love to his bottle of wine
So i had to go out and find love of another kind

Here it is
Here i am
Turn it up
fuckin' loud

Radio, Radio, Radio...

When i got the music
i got a place to go

Radio clash
magnificent 7
I was a choir boy
you showed me no heaven
Two tools surley lost
no remorse ignoring the cost

Here it is
Here i am
Turn it up
fuckin' loud

Radio, Radio, Radio...

When i got the music
i got a place to go

Δευτέρα, 13 Απριλίου 2009

ΓΙΟΡΤΕΣ


Καυλές Γιορτές
Καυλό Πασχα
Και
Καυλή Ανάσταση !!!

Αν και δεν το νομίζω .
Βρέθηκε το πτώμα !!!

Πέμπτη, 9 Απριλίου 2009

DEAD BOYS


The Dead Boys were an American punk band from Cleveland, Ohio. Among one of the first bands to play punk rock, the band was initially active from 1976 to 1979, they reunited several times until a so far permanent break-up in 2005.

The Dead Boys evolved out of the band Rocket From The Tombs and were originally called Frankenstein. When the band members relocated to New York City in July 1976, they adopted the name by which they are best known.

Moving to New York City at the encouragement of Joey Ramone, the Ramones' lead singer, the Dead Boys quickly gained notoriety for their outrageous live performances. Lewd gestures and profanity were the norm. On more than one occasion, lead singer Stiv Bators slashed his stomach with his mic stand. They frequently played at the legendary rock club CBGB and in 1977 they released their debut album, Young, Loud and Snotty, produced by Genya Ravan. Their song "Sonic Reducer" is often regarded as one of the classics of the punk genre, with Allmusic calling it "one of punk's great anthems."

Sire Records pressured the group to change their look and sound to appeal more to the U.S. mainstream (which had yet to embrace punk on the level seen in the UK) and this contributed to Dead Boys breaking up in 1979. A few months after the breakup the band had to reunite to record a live album and thus fulfill their contractual obligations. To exact revenge on the label, Bators purposely sang off mic and the resulting recording was unusable. When the material eventually surfaced on Bomp! Records, Bators had re-recorded the vocals in a studio.

Bators recorded a solo album, Disconnected, on Line Records. Bators later formed Lords of the New Church with Brian James from The Damned and Dave Tregunna from Sham 69. They released several albums on IRS Records, including the keyboard-laden hit single "Open Your Eyes" and a twisted cover of "Like A Virgin."

The Dead Boys reformed for several gigs in the 1980s. They re-released their first album as Younger, Louder and Snottier in 1989, mastered from a cassette tape, of rough mixes, attributed to a young Bob Clearmountain, a studio assistant at the time.

In 1990, Bators died in France due to injuries sustained after having been hit by a bus. In September 2004, the remaining members of the band re-formed for a one-off gig in Cleveland. In 2005, they played a benefit show for CBGB and another reunion show on Halloween.

Members

* Stiv Bators (Steve Bator) - vocals
* Cheetah Chrome (Gene O'Connor) - lead guitar
* Jimmy Zero (William Wilden) - rhythm guitar
* Jeff Magnum (Jeff Halmagy) - bass
* Johnny Blitz (John Madansky) - drums

Discography

The Dead Boys only have two official full length studio releases, however many labels have released rough material and outtakes in the years following their initial 1979 breakup.

Studio albums

* Young, Loud and Snotty (1977, Sire Records)
* We Have Come for Your Children (1978, Sire)

Τετάρτη, 8 Απριλίου 2009

RANCID...till the end.




reggae music


Reggae is a music genre first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s. While sometimes used in a broader sense to refer to most types of Jamaican music, the term reggae more properly denotes a particular music style that originated following on the development of ska and rocksteady. Reggae is based on a rhythmic style characterized by accents on the off-beat, known as the skank. Reggae is normally slower than ska, which usually has accents on the first and third beat in each bar. Reggae song lyrics deal with many subjects, including religion, love, sexuality, peace, relationships, poverty, injustice and other social and political issues.

Although strongly influenced by traditional African and Caribbean music, as well as by American rhythm and blues, reggae owes its direct origins to the progressive development of ska and rocksteady in 1960s Jamaica. Ska music first arose in the studios of Jamaica over the years 1959 and 1961, itself a development of the earlier mento genre. Ska is characterized by a walking bass line, accentuated guitar or piano rhythms on the offbeat, and sometimes jazz-like horn riffs. Aside from its massive popularity amidst the Jamaican rude boy fashion, it had gained a large following among mods in Britain by 1964. According to Barrow, rude boys began deliberately playing their ska records at half speed, preferring to dance slower as part of their tough image.

By the mid-1960s, many musicians had begun playing the tempo of ska slower, while emphasizing the walking bass and offbeats. The slower sound was named rocksteady, after a single by Alton Ellis. This phase of Jamaican music lasted only until 1968, when musicians began to slow the tempo of the music again, and added yet more effects. This led to the creation of reggae.

radio birdman



Radio Birdman was one of the first punk bands in Australia. Deniz Tek and Rob Younger formed the group in Sydney, Australia in 1974. The group influenced the work of many successful, mainstream bands, and is now considered to be one of the most crucial bands to Australia's musical growth, but their main legacy was their towering influence over Australian indie rock in the 1980s.

Κυριακή, 5 Απριλίου 2009

Tom Robinson Band


POWER IN THE DARKNESS


Power in the darkness
Frightening lies from the other side
Power in the darkness
Stand up and fight for your rights

Freedom... we're talking bout your freedom
Freedom to choose what you do with your body
Freedom to believe what you like
Freedom for brothers to love one another
Freedom for black and white
Freedom from harassment, intimidation
Freedom for the mother and wife
Freedom from Big Brother's interrogation
Freedom to live your own life... I'm talking 'bout

Power in the darkness
Frightening lies from the other side
Power in the darkness
Stand up and fight for your rights

(Voice from The Other Side:) "Today, institutions fundamental to the British system of Government are under attack: the public schools, the house of Lords, the Church of England, the holy institution of Marriage, even our magnificent police force are no longer safe from those who would undermine our society, and it's about time we said 'enough is enough' and saw a return to the traditional British values of discipline, obedience, morality and freedom.
What we want is:

Freedom from the reds and the blacks and the criminals
Prostitutes, pansies and punks
Football hooligans, juvenile delinquents
Lesbians and left wing scum
Freedom from the niggers and the Pakis and the unions
Freedom from the Gipsies and the Jews
Freedom from leftwing layabouts and liberals
Freedom from the likes of you..."

Power in the darkness
Frightening lies from the other side
Power in the darkness
Stand up and fight for your rights

Παρασκευή, 3 Απριλίου 2009

washington bullets



Oh! mama, mama look there!
Your children are playing in that street again
Dont you know what happened down there?
A youth of fourteen got shot down there
The kokane guns of jamdown town
The killing clowns, the blood money men
Are shooting those washington bullets again

As every cell in chile will tell
The cries of the tortured men
Remember allende, and the days before,
Before the army came
Please remember victor jara,
In the santiago stadium,
Es verdad - those washington bullets again

And in the bay of pigs in 1961,
Havana fought the playboy in the cuban sun,
For castro is a colour,
Is a redder than red,
Those washington bullets want castro dead
For castro is the colour...
...that will earn you a spray of lead

For the very first time ever,
When they had a revolution in nicaragua,
There was no interference from america
Human rights in america

Well the people fought the leader,
And up he flew...
With no washington bullets what else could he do?

n if you can find a afghan rebel
That the moscow bullets missed
Ask him what he thinks of voting communist...
...ask the dalai lama in the hills of tibet,
How many monks did the chinese get?
In a war-torn swamp stop any mercenary,
n check the british bullets in his armoury
Que?
Sandinista!



the clash/sandinista!!