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band: The Ataris
song: (Currently) Summer Wind Was Always Our Song by The Ataris
album: End is Forever, by The Ataris
male vocalist: Ewan McGregor
female vocalist: Whatshername out of Alisha's Attic (Karen, is it?)
guitarist: Eric Clapton
bassist: Mark Hoppus (Blink 182)
drummer: Robin Guy (Rachel Stamp)
creator of synthesized sounds and/or misc: Vince Clark (Erasure)
music video: Sugar Ray - Every Morning
cover art: No idea
lyricist: No single one in particular
lyrics: Lifehouse - Hanging by a Moment

Don't forget the songs that made you...
cry: Eve 6 - Here's to the Night
saved your life: Duran Duran - Ordinary World
dance merrily: Daft Punk - One More Time
fall asleep: The Ataris - Giving up on Love
sigh: Suckers for Self Destruction - I Tried to be Hardcore But I Wrote a Shitty Emo Song Instead
really, really angry: I'm not sure
your heart stop: Lifehouse - Hanging by a Moment
your heart soar: Saves the Day - Sell My Old Clothes, I'm Off to Heaven

concert: The Corrs, Birmingham Arena, December '98. Followed shortly after by REM, Muse, Live, Semisonic...
album/CD ever purchased: Will Smith - Men in Black
time you ever heard your favorite band/song: (Band) When I accidentally downloaded one of their songs which had been mislabeled as Blink. (Song) When I listened to the Ataris album I bought in America

What do you think of..
Cheesy pop: I like it, you can fuck pretention, pop is fun.
Electronic-style music: Often entertaining, although repetitive at times. Good in small doses.
Rap/Hip-hop: If it's inovative (like Eminem was right at the very beginning), then go for it. If it's pointless and derivative (like Eminem is now and has been for three years) then stuff it.
Rock: Woo! :o)
Indie: Has produced some good things, and the nineties indie fad managed to sway a nation away from dance music, which is good...
Country: Has some merit, although not all that much
Blues: Fantastic, of course
Europop!: Not all bad, but mostly....
Goth: Not my thing, although it's not bad as such
Latin: Always fun to listen to
Swing: Good for dancing, but not for listening in general
Musicals: Love 'em
50?s/60?s: I grew up on 60s music, I love it
70?s: I prefer the two decades on either side, but the 70s was still good
80?s: My favourite decade, probably :o)

This band is perfect for...
Rainy days: The Beatles
Sunny days: Abba
Morning: The Boo Radleys - Wake Up Boo (not a band, but...)
Driving long distances: Everclear
Hanging out/Talking: Something quiet and inoffensive
When you're having 'one of those days': My band. Specifically, I pick up my guitar and make noise
Spring: 5ive
Summer: Sugar Ray
Autumn: Semisonic
Winter: Generic Christmas carols
Staring off into space: Vangelis

The person/people who you are indebted forever to for shaping your current musical tastes and habits: Brian Garcia, love him to bits :o)
Last CD purchased: Erasure - Chorus, from a second hand shop in Brighton, I think
Last CD listened to: Boxcar Racer
How many CDs do you have?: 200 bought, total of about 600 if we include the MP3s
Band/song that you are almost too ashamed to admit you like: I admit I like OMD, Abba, Erasure, 5ive, let's face it - I'm not ashamed of anything. If I like a song, I like it, end of story :o)
Describe your music buying habits: Varies from spending too much to spending nothing and just downloading everything
Cover songs? Love 'em, love playing them, love listening to them...

And finally...
If you could describe your love for music in one word, what word would that be?: Insufficient


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