Sunday, June 05, 2005

Woot! I'm going to Singapore on WED!

First time out of the country-- I can't wait!

I can't believe I'm getting married in just a month or so... I'm excited about that as well! (Tin will kill me if I don't say so hehe--i love you hun =P)

I've stayed in Luzon for 26 years hehe...2 plane rides in less than a that's an improvement.

Too bad lang I'll be missing the French Film Festival but the films weren't that interesting this year anyways.

Also starting my new job on june 20th. Condo renovation starts on the 7th. Things are picking up the pace!

Friday, June 03, 2005

This was taken from Pia's and Tin's blogs:

Total volume of music files on my computer:

none. I don't have a PC anymore hahahahaha. (sold it to carding--will hopefully get a new one soon)

Last CD I bought:

Oh dear. It's been a while. Garden State OST. (not friggin available in the Philippines the last time I asked Tower and Music 1. Had to get this from Amazon pa) SUPER AMAZING MOVIE. SUPER AMAZING SOUNDTRACK.

The Shins will change your life--or someting like that.

Song playing right now:

In my head: Cranberries' Zombie. Don't ask. I dunno myself.

Five songs I listen to a lot, or that mean a lot to me:

Crash Into Me by Dave Matthews Band. --> Ultimate Love Song. Ultimate Fave Group.

The Entire Little Earthquakes album by Tori Amos. --> Ultimate favorite album. I once knew each and every song right down to the lyrics, and CD playlist arrangement.

These Are Days by the 10,000 Maniacs. --> From the 10,000 Maniacs MTV Unplugged album. Another CD where I memorized everything. This was the start of my alternative music genre (of you want to go into the whole genre classification of Music and the hours of discussion that entails...) That said, 10,000 Maniacs was good up until Natalie Merchant went solo.

In My Place and Yellow by Coldplay. --> Mope rock at it's finest. There are actually better songs by Coldplay but these are the ones you can hum and LSS the most. This is another sign that my music taste is changing due to old age. As you get older you tend to look for melody as opposed to noise. Really talented band, they also appear on the Garden State OST btw.

Evanescence, Juliana Hatfield, Joss Stone and the Cocteau Twins. Yes I'm cheating but as you can see my taste is primarily centered on Strong female vocals (non pop tho).

Five people I’m passing this to:

Cuppkeyk--because he always has changing tastes in Music
Tin-- It's been a while since we had a discussion on music.
Dong-- Lets see how he's changed from the Rocker of college to the Aging Rocker of today hehe.
Pacoi and Abi-- Hiphop si pacoi dati eh. I wonder if that's still true. I dont know anything about Abi musically too.
Allan Popa-- Extremely interesting taste in music (he loved nice female vocals also) and as far as i remember, he had the best collection of singles and b-sides CDs evar. Complete Tori Amos, Suzzane Vega, Bjork etc. Very Impressive Collection considering this was way back in college.