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|PCMS0036||So Phat!||When U Rock / Into My Sound (12")||ProgCity||PCMS0036||Germany||2003|
|GOOD 113||So Phat!||When U Rock / Into My Sound (12")||Sounds Good||GOOD 113||Italy||2004|
Singer: So Phat! Album: When U Rock, Into My Sound. So Phat! - When U Rock, Into My Sound MP3 version.
A song that goes like: when you gonna come get m. .driving to the sunset. Elaina 18 June 2019 Reply. I'm looking for an older alternative/rock song from around 2003. Part of the song goes you look so beautiful and right after I think it says as I lay you down I tried looking at Adema, Cold, and Crossfades lyrics as that’s who I thought it would be by and I don’t believe it’s theirs. Chandrani Ghosh 18 June 2019 Reply.
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Rock Sound is a British magazine which covers rock music. The magazine aims at being more "underground" and less commercial, while also giving coverage to more well-known acts. It generally focuses on pop punk, post-hardcore, metalcore, punk, emo, hardcore, heavy metal and extreme metal genres of rock music, rarely covering indie rock music at all. The tag-line "For those who like their music loud, extreme and non-conformist" is sometimes used
Parallax, his latest album as Atlas Sound, hits stores tomorrow. The disc, which contrasts some of his most pop-oriented tunes to date alongside more abstract digressions, was recorded earlier this year before the singer suffered a nervous breakdown while on tour with Deerhunter. In this conversation with Rolling Stone, Cox opens up about his creative process and laments a lack of queerness in contemporary rock. The last time I saw you play live, it was a Deerhunter show at Webster Hall, and you were dressed up in the teen idol look that you have on the cover of Parallax . Hetero-centric, boring, scruffy 20 year-olds are ruining the fucking face of rock and roll, you know? There are no Patti Smiths or Joey Ramones, or Lou Reeds, even. I go into such trances that I’ve busted my teeth out onstage, shoving a microphone into my mouth. And I didn’t feel anything.