“Snow Patrol” are a five-piece Irish/Scottish indie/alternative rock band from Dundee. Snow Patrol were formed way back in 1994 and currently the band consists of Gary Lightbody (Vocals and Guitar), Nathan Connolly (Guitar and Backing Vocals), Paul Wilson (Bass), Jonny Quinn (Drums) and Tom Simpson (Keyboards). Snow Patrol were originally known as in indie rock band but have moved to a more alternative rock and power pop sound.
Ino Hidefumi – Living Message: This is an instrumental album out of Japan. It is my all time favorite work album in fact. In fact about the only time I listen to this album is while I am working. I love how it is a great blend of classical, organic instruments with hip-hop esthetics. It is catchy enough that it relieves boredom, but laid back enough it doesn’t overpower my work. It may be hard to find, but this is the internet age so no excuses!
Of course, it is also important to consult your host as to what type of music they and their guests will appreciate. If it is his or her party, then the celebrant will definitely know what kind of music party guests will be pleased to hear. If the host wants all soundtrack songs from soccer World Cup, then so be it even if guests are in gowns and tuxes. As the photo booth hire operator, you will never go wrong when you ask what your clients want to do.
“Engines” has some howls going on in the beginning before joined by high-pitching guitar riff. After each phrase of singing by Gary, the high pitch guitar riff can be heard in a way that’s almost similar to a dessert after a sumptuous main course. In the chorus, a second guitar can be heard and it possesses fairy tale-like element as it plays on in the chorus along side with Gary’s vocals. One more thing that’s worth mentioning is the cleverly written lyrics, “You say you love me like the silence of the turning earth, you say you love me like the endless roar of modern of life, you say you love me like the laughter and the kissed back tears, you say you love me like the past the now the coming years…” No other word can describe this lyrics except beautiful, unless you can find a better word.
Secondly, why it is advisable to add comedy background music to MySpace is because the kind of songs that you choose will reflect your identity, just like how the colors or your MySpace profile will tell your profile visitors what kind of person you are and your music preferences. If you are a rock chick, then most probably some punky track will help visitors better recognize your personality. And not to mention, the kind of songs that you choose can also be used to mix well with the overall look of your MySpace profile. If your MySpace profile page looks dark and eerie, a gothic musical track will definitely help to bring out the real identity towards the visitors. Visitors who might have the same music interest or concept as you will definitely be more tempted to drop a comment or two.
First of all you don’t need to be a musician or have any musical experience whatsoever. Get that out your head. How many times have you heard horrible music on the radio? The only difference between those artists having the nerve to believe they are actually good and you is their mindset. Change that now. You can and you will do this it’s actually not that hard.
They have all sorts of genres, from hip-hop, to classical and even rock. All you need to do is to choose one that suits your MySpace profile theme best and you are good to go. It is time to amaze everyone with that new MySpace background music.