You can never go wrong with some Frank Zappa... Currently, I've really been digging the Zoot Allures album... I also suggest Over-Nite Sensation, Apostrophe (', and Sheik Yerbouti (which is my personal favorite Zappa album)... Also, if these Zappa albums aren't to you liking, still search around the man's catalogue... Seriously, he has like 973 albums... All different genres... There's bound to be something Frank Zappa for you in all that music...
Oh, and might I also suggest Joe's Garage, Acts I-III, Zappa In New York and the Guitar set (featuring Shut Up And Play Your Guitar, Shut Up And Play Your Guitar Some More and Return Of Son Of Shut Up And Play Your Guitar)... Enjoy!
Amy Wadge - co-wrote "Thinking Out Loud" with Ed Sheeran, she is now one of the most in demand songwriters in the business, across the board - TV/Movie theme songs (Keeping Faith, Wonder Woman), pop singers in the UK, Country and pop musicians in the US. Commutes fairly regularly from home base in Wales to Nashville
first band i remember liking on my own, not one i liked just because thats what my family listened to, was sublime. first song of theirs i heard was date rape. been in love ever since. i also like the song mad world, can't remember who sings it. i like a lot of queen, nine inch nails, enigma, mumford and son/s, zz top, santana, and weird al to name a few
Probably the greatest song (aria), Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen" ("Hell's vengeance boils in my heart&rdquo from one of the greatest Operas, Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) by one of the greatest Composers, Mozart, sung by one of the great Sopranos, Diana Damrau, in one of the finest Houses in in the world, The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
That is a lot of Great in one place.
The great thing is that it’s not about Love like every other song in the world. It’s about a Mother instructing her Daughter to Murder her Father.