By 'Poodle Hat'.
Choose a Linkin Park song to listn to. This is the Hybrid Theory albumn. It is NOT a download. It won't be saved on the computer. You just listen.
John Robert Parker Ravenscroft, known professionally as John Peel, was one of the original DJs of BBC Radio 1 in 1967 and the only one remaining on Radio 1 at the time of his death. Known for the extraordinary range of his taste in music, John Peel was one of the most popular and respected DJs in the United Kingdom. He died at the age of 65 from a heart attack on October 25, 2004, on a working holiday in the Inca city of Cuzco in Peru.
Chill out a little with the Kings Of Convenience flash jukebox.
SomaFM is listener-supported, commercial-free, underground/alternative radio broadcasting from San Francisco.
It's a lot better than watching tv.
This video project was inspired by the famous album cover art of 1979 album, Joy Division's 'Unknown Pleasures' designed by Peter Saville. Original video footage is from Joy Division's TV performance of 'Shadowplay' on Granada Reports. The video footage was animated with the same topographic style of the album cover design.
Learn to play theme songs from Mario, Kirby & Zelda using this virtual keyboard.
Who's in Gene's bedroom today?
ah...the life of a superstar producer. Travel to cool places. Work in cool studios. Perform for adoring fans...
A museum of techno featuring pioneering artists and instruments dating back to before the common era!!!!!
William Shatner performed a unique version of Elton John's song, "Rocket Man", in 1978, for a Sci-Fi/Fantasy awards show.
Amazing video, featuring 3D effects, muscles and other well-toned body parts. Just wish it was a little bigger.
Bedlam Asylum is an online mental institution which offers satire, jokes, stories and images - plus the chance to commit yourself or others (rotten relatives, false friends, unwanted workmates etc.) for treatment. It's managed by a group that owns lots of sites, webrings and listings, so it is a good starting point for surfers who might enjoy historical subjects, eerie photographs, Halloween fun or any of the hundreds of other themes that are just a click away. You can adopt your own lunatic, become a contributor or add to the Paranormal Forum. The museum section contains a wing devoted to Michael Jackson (with viciously funny and inventive pictures and animations).
You've seen him play the Mario Bros. tunes. But check him out playing John Lennon's 'Imagine' backwards!