Tuesday, December 13, 2005

the strokes & regina spektor

I'm pretty sure you guys haven't forgotten The Strokes. Having that huge hit, "Last Night" a couple years ago, along with some other memorable tunes ("Repitila", "Hard To Explain", "12:51") they made quite a name for themselves in the music industry.

Being a huge fan of the band and their records, I was looking forward to their upcoming release, "First Impressions Of Earth". Despite the fact that their single "Juicebox" that hit airwaves was a disappointment, I was still optimistic. I recently got to listen to the album in it's whole entirity and was blown away. This band has mantained credibility and produced an album I think will surprise old fans as well as new.

With all this Strokes talk, I decided to post up a live version of one of my favorite tracks. It actually has Regina Spektor guest on it, which is interesting. This song isn't featured on any of their albums, and I think the only way to obtain it is through iTunes (the non-live version).

+ Featured song;
The Strokes And Regina Spektor - "Modern Girls And Old-Fashion Men" - download here


Blogger nick said...

This is cool. I was never much a Strokes fan, but Regina Spektor is pretty much awesome. Thanks.

12/14/2005 1:20 PM  
Blogger Zeon said...

Insound.com has The Strokes’ upcoming album "First Impressions of Earth" available for pre-orders. You get a free “Juice Box” 7-inch single with all pre-orders, and plus you can use the coupon code "earth15" to save 15% on your order. Here's the link to The Strokes pre-order: http://www.insound.com/noteworthy/promo.php?p=530

12/17/2005 3:05 AM  
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