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13 May 2009
Hello guys! After some weeks of work, CookiesBR wanna share something with you.
We did an PDF file with all the DC's related lyrics that we got till now--there are some Axium's lyrics missing but they're that kind of stuff that we, fans, didn't have access yet so... Basically, we put together all the known lyrics.
ATTENTION! These are NOT confirmed/approved lyrics so may therefore contain errors and that we’re not responsible for them. Any copyrights or other proprietary rights appearing on these pages are the property of other third parties, this is just something made by fans to fans.
You can access the file here.
To the brazilian fans, we did a version with the lyrics and the translations.
We hope you all enjoy it!
10 May 2009
This is an article published on a brazilian newspaper. We translated it so you can read. We're not Billie Jean but just take our advice for serious: English isn't our first language. As we are word nerds, we're working on it, revising our texts, but you'll find a lot of typos and other mistakes here for a while.
The face hidden behind the guitar is familar to the american audience. David Cook won the last American Idol's season, the most TV show viewed on US, and got--in less than three months--a platinum album for sell more than 1 million of his self-titled album. All so great that the singer decided take it slow and do his first post-Idol tour to small audiences on the american colleges, looking for something more intimate. The tickes were quickly sould out and he needed to calm down the fans with future tour's promises.
He starts also to being known beyond the american lines. And not just among the people who watched him on cable TV. Once his album was released by Sony here in March, Cook is giving more attention to his international listeners. And the brazilian, he says, are among his more "emphatic" fans.
On the phone with Gazeta do Povo reporter, the texan's 26 years old guy talks about the inevitable change on his career after win the TV show but, mostly, what didn't change. “I feel that this is an album that I would do with or without Idol.”
Gazeta do Povo – What were you doing and what did you have in mind to your career before win American Idol?
My career before Idol wasn't paying too much but I was trying to do music to anyone who wanted to listen it. What the show did was turn something that I definitly had as a passion and I wanted to do in a good career that pays well. I just didn't expect that it would be so fast.
You used to play in rock bands with friends or in solo independent projects and, suddenly, you had a big label and the people who saw you on American Idol. Someway, did this change affect your relationship with the music?
I don't think so. I was lucky. The 19 and the RCA really allowed me to by myself. As result of that, I'm pretty confident to say that I feel that this is an album that I would do with or without Idol. Obviously, I got more resources. But the songs themes and the musical foundation are things that I would do by myself.
Keep reading here...
18 Feb 2009
You probably know that I've been doing MP3 from the tour since February and updating them at least once a week since then...
What you maybe don't know is that at the same time I update the list in another 6 different places. Hoping to get the MP3 process better, and also to help me to not spend too much time working on it, I decided to concentrate the MP3 in just one place.
So now you can find all the MP3 links, and much more about the Tour, on the Home of the Word Nerds!
You don't have to be a WNH's member to access the links, cause they're all on the website, not in the board.
And here is the list of files that I added recently to this list:
From Biloxi, Feb. 14: Bar-ba-sol
From Willimantic, Mar. 08: Hot For Teacher
From Brockport, Mar. 11: Heroes - Little Lies
From Mansfield, Mar. 19: Come Back To Me
From York, Mar. 24: Heroes - We're Only Honest When We're Sleeping
From Buies Creek, Mar. 26: The World I Know
From Wilmington, Apr. 02: Light On
From Macon, Apr. 08: Life on the Moon
From Searcy, Apr. 21: Heroes
From Tulsa, Apr. 25: We're Only Honest When We're Sleeping
From Gainesville, May 01: Heroes
From Louisville, May 05: Mr. Sensitive
From Akron, May 08: We're Only Honest When We're Sleeping
From Northampton, May 23: Make Me
From New Haven, May 24: Kiss on the Neck
From Elyria, May 26: Lie - Avalanche - Man In The Box - Come Back To Me
From Newark, May 28: The World I Know - Bar-ba-sol
From Aspen, Jun. 27: Bar-ba-sol
From Thackerville, Jul. 03: Kiss on the Neck - Light On
From Baton Rouge, Jul. 04: A Daily AntheM
From New Orleans, Jul. 07: 'Til I'm Blue
From Chattanooga, Jul. 08: Mr. Sensitive - We're Only Honest When We're Sleeping - Hot For Teacher - Light On
From Lansing, Jul. 10: Kiss on the Neck - Mr. Sensitive - We're Only Honest When We're Sleeping - Heroes - Lie - Straight Ahead - Bar-ba-sol - (I Just) Died In Your Arms Tonight - Come Back To Me - Light On - A Daily AntheM
From Chesaning, Jul. 11: Mr. Sensitive - Heroes - I Did It For You - Life on the Moon - Avalanche - (I Just) Died In Your Arms Tonight - Bar-ba-sol - Make Me - Kiss on the Neck - Declaration - Come Back To Me - Light On - A Daily AntheM
From Chicago, Jul. 12: Heroes - Mr. Sensitive - Lie - Kiss on the Neck - 'Til I'm Blue - Bar-ba-sol - (I Just) Died In Your Arms Tonight - Declaration - Come Back To Me - Light On - A Daily AntheM
From Duluth, Jul. 15: Lie - Bar-ba-sol - (I Just) Died In Your Arms Tonight - Souvenir - Declaration - Come Back To Me - A Daily AntheM
From Des Moines, Jul. 16: Mr. Sensitive - We're Only Honest When We're Sleeping - Heroes - I Did It For You - Life on the Moon - Avalanche - Little Lies - Kiss on the Neck - Light On - A Daily AntheM
From Sioux City, Jul. 17: Breathe Tonight - We're Only Honest When We're Sleeping - Kiss on the Neck - 'Til I'm Blue - Hot For Teacher - Life on the Moon - Light On - A Daily AntheM
We'll upload the list by songs soon, so you'll also be able to look for the best versions from the songs you want.
6 Feb 2009
Well, the Grammys are this weekend and we're vaguely excited, sort of! In addition to a bunch of not-bad performances, Sunday night's ceremony will feature the hippest slate of nominees in recent memory: Lil Wayne! M.I.A.! Radiohead! Estelle! Wait a minute, though — didn't those artists all release their albums in like, 1987? Yes! Thanks to the Grammys' early-closing eligibility window (to qualify for a nod, CDs must be released by the end of September*), most of the records competing for top awards are ones we stopped listening to over a year ago. And the ones we've been listening to for the past four months can't win anything until next February. So which artists will take home the top awards in 2010? After the jump, we speculate.
Album of the Year: This Grammy generally goes to an elderly nominee who's never won it before (Robert Plant and Alison Krauss should be sure to write speeches before this Sunday's ceremony), which means AC/DC's Black Ice is a likely contender. But we still think it'll be U2's upcoming No Line on the Horizon — they won for 2006's How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, and Horizon can't possibly be worse than that album.
Record of the Year: This award traditionally goes to something really ancient (Sunday's nominees in this category include M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes," which came out in the summer of 2007), so there's a good chance 2010's Grammy will be won by a pop song we've already heard. Until Judd Apatow makes another great under-the-radar track mainstream-famous by using it in a summer trailer, our money's on Beyoncé's "Single Ladies."
Song of the Year: We still don't know the difference between this category and the previous one, and we bet most Grammy voters don't either. Our bold prediction for 2010: Beyoncé's "Single Ladies."
Best New Artist: This will be an interesting category next year — does the recording industry really have the money to break any new pop stars in 2009? We suppose it could go to an indie artist who's been around forever and finally gets some mainstream attention (Feist was nominated last year for her fourth solo album), so if Animal Collective can get one of the songs on Merriweather Post Pavillion used in an iPod commercial, we think they could actually have a shot. Just kidding — it'll probably go to David Cook or someone terrible.
Best Rap Album: Eminem's comeback album has strong stinker potential, not that that necessarily precludes it from winning a Grammy. But we bet Jay-Z's The Blueprint 3 takes this one.
Best Rock Album: Wouldn't it be great to see Axl Rose finally vindicated for all the time he spent on the low-selling Chinese Democracy? No? Well, U2's No Line on the Horizon will probably win this award then, too.
Best Pop Album: If David Archuleta's David Archuleta loses, it will be a blight on the Grammy's good name.
*This is because the recording industry thinks that if it announces the nominated albums in early December, people will buy them as gifts for the holidays, which is SO CUTE.
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