Amoeba Hollywood music store is your number one source for music and songs of all types and genre. The store that was incepted in 1990 is now one of the leading retail chains in the country and the biggest brand for music. It is indeed a paradise for music buffs since you will find yourself getting forlorn amidst its heaps and heaps of music CDs. From classical music to the present day songs, you can easily find everything in this music store. A highly reputed and well known store, it is the most preferred choice for music lovers to pick up their favorite albums.
Amoeba, that took birth in 1990, is one of the top rated Hollywood music stores. It has a large collection of songs from all genre including rock, hip hop, pop and country. You can also find devotional songs and browse through a wide collection of alternative music. Amoeba came into being in the hot & happening city of Berkeley and even though now the music store has spread itself throughout the country, Berkeley remains its first and favorite home. No matter which era of music you wish to listen to, no matter what type of songs you are looking for, you are bound to find everything under one roof at Amoeba music store.
After a reasonably good debut with ‘Swan Songs’ the rock rap band Hollywood Undead unleashed their 2nd studio album in the form of ‘American Tragedy’. The album was released on 4th April, 2011, and comprised of songs from genres of alternative rock, rap metal, hip hop and rap rock. The album was hugely successful as it made a sensational debut at #4 on the US Billboard 200. With close to 67,000 copies of 1st week sale, it became the 142nd bestselling album of the year. Critics too were generous with their reviews allotting it mixed or positive ratings. AllMusic gave it 2 stars out of 5.
Hollywood Undead, the now-popular music band, sprang into limelight with their debut album ‘Swan Songs’ that was released on 2nd September, 2008, under the label of Octone Records. The songs from the album are a hearty fusion of hip hop, rap rock and rap metal. The album received mixed reviews from the critics with AllMusic lending it 2 stars out of 5. Some of the popular tracks from the album include numbers like ‘Undead’, ‘Everywhere I Go’, ‘Young’, ‘Black Dahlia’ and ‘Paradise Lost’. With a total running time of 49 minutes and 35 seconds, this album should certainly feature in any music buff’s collection.
Though, Hollywood Undead have given us some really good songs, one of the most memorable one is ‘Undead’. A mix of rock & rap, it is stylish and funky. ‘Young’ is another great number since it always makes you feel better. One can only hope that the band can produce more of such songs. Once you listen to ‘Everywhere I Go’ you won’t be able to stop humming it. The use of the language is also quite praiseworthy apart from the music. Other memorable songs by Hollywood Undead include numbers like ‘Bullet’, ‘Hear Me Now’, ‘Black Dahlia’ and ‘Been to Hell’.
The following is the list of top 3 Hollywood undead songs. Take a look:
- Undead: Undead makes it to #1 in the list owing to its haunting music and awesome rap. It is a perfect fusion of rap and rock and one of the most impressive songs to come out in recent times.
- Young: Many would compliant as to why this song made it to #2 when it could have easily grabbed the top spot.
- Everywhere I Go: The 3rd in our list is ‘Everywhere I Go’. The language and the humor thrown into the song are commendable. Plus, you will always feel better after listening to this song.
‘Blade Runner’ is a film with a very poignant and romantic sound track. You will surely fall in love with the tracks of this film. Second on the list is ‘9 ½ Weeks’ whose soundtrack beautifully and aptly reflects the tone of the film. The 1967 film ‘The Graduate’ is third on our list and a film that is not just extremely romantic but has a haunting soundtrack. The 1967 film ‘The Jungle Book’ is another film with jaw-dropping soundtrack whose quality cannot be questioned. Rounding off the top five is the soundtrack of ‘Saturday Night Fever’ which was foot-tapping and memorable.
- Meet Joe Black (Thomas Newman): The soundtrack composed by Thomas Newman for this 1998 flick is something which is unearthly and extremely poignant. If there is one good thing about this film, then it’s the soundtrack.
- Chronicles of Narnia (Harry Gregson Williams): The hope-arousing and enthusiasm-injecting soundtrack of 2005’s ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ certainly deserves a place in the list. Its haunting track was composed by the talented Harry Gregson Williams.
- Slumdog Millionaire (AR Rahman): The Mozart of Madras, AR Rahman produced one of his finest soundtracks in this Oscar winning film by Danny Boyle. It’s heart-pumping and foot-tapping.
Justin Bieber may have hit gold very early in his life with hits like ‘Baby’ and the like, but cynics fear that his career may already be on the downslide. Though he burst into the scene with his girlish voice and sugary looks, now he needs to increase the bar if he wants to stay in the race. His recent music releases have been, at most, mediocre and do not justify the standard he has set for himself. Moreover, he has recently revealed that he wants to make acting his priority. He has already tried acting in ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ but he is desirous of exploring further opportunities in this genre.
As some of you must have heard Lindsay Lohan has been finalized as the next poster girl in Lady Gaga’s upcoming music video. Though, it hasn’t been decided as to which music video will Lohan be a part of, but what we now know is that Gaga and Lohan have seemed to strike up good friendship and seem to be dying to work with each other. Now, cynics may wonder if Lohan may work out with Gaga on the professional circuit. However, given the fact that Gaga is known to make eccentric choices, Lindsay Lohan’s selection is quite perfectly justified.