Tuesday, April 28, 2009


Del.icio.us is a social bookmarking site. You can bookmark sites to find them easily and people can look at your bookmarks and add them to their own del.icio.us. Del.icio.us could be useful for school because you can bookmark sites that you need for research. It could be useful for your sports club as you can bookmark sites to find news and results easily. Other websites of interest to you could be added to your del.icio.us so that you can find them quickly. My Del.icio.us

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Vision Valley

The vines third album was Vision Valley. It was the first vines album recorded without bass player Patrick Mathews, who had joined the Australian band Youth Group. The songs on Vision Valley are:
1. Anysound
2. Nothin's Comin'
3. Candy Daze
4. Vision Valley
5. Don't Listen To The Radio
6. Gross Out
7. Take Me Back
8. Going Gone
9. F*k Yeh
10. Futuretarded
11. Dope Train
12. Atmos
13. Spaceship

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Shred Metal

Kyle has written an awesome blog called Shred Metal. There are posts about heaps of metal bands, guitarists and guitars. Check it out if you play guitar or are into metal. While you are there read his article on Zakk Wylde. Zakk is an awesome guitar player. Shred Metal

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Winning Days

The Vines second album is called Winning Days, released in 2004. Like Highly Evolved, this album was also produced by Rob Schnapf. The album was recorded in Bearsville Studios in New York. It features the song Ride which is still considered to be the bands most popular single. The track listing is:
1. Ride
2. Animal Machine
3. Tv Pro
4. Autumn Shade II
5. Evil Town
6. Winning Days
7. Shes Got Something To Say To Me
8. Rainfall
9. Amnesia
10. Sun Child
11. F.T.W

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Universal Stallion #9

Marcelis Baggins has written a terrific blog called Universal Stallion #9. It is described as "A special take on football and other dilemmas for the modern (actually post modern, really post modern)fashonista." This blog discusses important sci-fi matters, and information about the greatest team in the world, Stallions. There is also vital imformation about Opperation LEM. It is a wonderful blog and i would recomend visiting it and doing the survey. Click here for an awesome blog

Thursday, March 19, 2009


One of the main influences of The Vines music is the grunge band Nirvana. Nirvana were formed in the late 80s in Aberdeen Washington. They were part of the Seattle grunge/punk movement, and are famous for popularising this music and being the most successful band in this genre. Nirvana consisted of Kurt Cobain (guitar, vocals), Krist Novoselic (bass guitar) and Dave Grohl (drums). Nirvana were launched to popularity with their 1991 album Nevermind. Nevermind appealed to fans of heavier music with its heavy punk riffs, but gained radio airplay due to Kurt Cobains pop influenced melodies. This combination lead to Nirvana being the biggest band in the world. The follow up album to Nevermind was In Utero. This album challenged fans of Nirvana as it had a heavier darker sound than Nevermind. Kurt Cobain was never comfortable with the sucess of Nirvana. He also suffered from severe depression and herion addiction. This resulted in him commiting suicide in 1994, not long after the release of In Utero. The Vines draw influence from Nirvana because of Nirvanas heavy punk sound and commerially acceptable melodies. The Vines are often compared to Nirvana by the press.

Highly Evolved

Highly Evolved was The Vines debut studio album. It was produced by Rob Schnapf. Highly Evolved was an extremely popular album and was voted second best album of 2002 by the british magazine "New Musical Express". The album cover is a painting by lead singer Craig Nicholls, which he painted in year ten. The main single from Highly Evolved is Get Free, which is still one of the vines most popular songs. The track listing is as follows:
1. Highly Evolved
2. Autumn Shade
3. Outtathaway
4. Sunshinin
5. Homesick
6. Get Free
7. Country Yard
8. Factory
9. In the Jungle
10. Mary Jane
11. Ain't No Room
12. 1969