i'll be watching...
Band brings the memories
Digging: Messiah - Choir of Horrors
used to be all about this band in the dead letters days
I was excited from nostalgia until I actually youtubed "In the Shadows" and felt silly
In the Sha dOOOOOOws
haha remember loving that song, it was everywhere....then i listened to the album and i remember it being crap
Into and Dead Letters were nice but since then they've gotten worse and sillier especially on their last album. The song is bad. I always preferred HIM over them.
Digging: Anberlin - Lowborn
In The Shadows rocked.
Digging: The Cure - The Head on the Door
haven't heard from these guys in a while. Dead Letters, Hide From The Sun and Black Roses are all good albums, though.
Dead Letters was one of the first CD's I ever went out and bought...then got teased for it. Sad times.
IN THE SHA DOOOOOOWS 
Digging: David Axelrod - Song of Innocence
ive been waitin
all my time
dum dum dum
I've been watchin'
Digging: Autechre - Tri Repetae
Omfg i remember these... how they have 8 (8!!!) studio albums out and the world only got, say, two from Joy Division is pretty bleak when you think about it.
maybe if ian put leaves in his hair and sang about faggot feelings he would still be around today
i love the way how the crowd is sitting down.
Ugh, these guys...
Ok, how is it possible you ask? Here goes:
"THE RASMUS" formed under the name "RASMUS" in 1994.
Back then they played FUNK.
After releasing 3 EP's through 94 and 95 they got signed.
1996 they released their debut album "PEEP".
1997 they released their second album "PLAYBOYS".
1998 they released their third album "HELL OF A TESTER".
Rasmus was becoming a big band in Finnland, and to avoid confusion with "DJ RASMUS", they changed their name to "THE RASMUS".
2001 they returned with their pop rock sound, releasing "INTO".
2003 they achived ciritical acclaim with their album heavier "DEAD LETTERS", album, especially for their supermassive hit "IN THE SHADOWS".
2005 they released their follow-up "HIDE FROM THE SUN".
2008 they released their softer "BLACK ROSES".
Now in 2012, they are going back to their 2001 sound with their upcoming eight and self-titled album "THE RASMUS".
"2003 they achived ciritical acclaim with their heavier "DEAD LETTERS" album"
The one band I hate more than BVB. They do seem to fit Eurovision though.
Digging: He Is Legend - Heavy Fruit
i went to school with a kid named rasmus. he ate snails and insects etc. fucking vile kid.
Aahahahaha 18 year old me listening to these guys and HIM on YouTube all day.
Then I got a taste in music
"Aahahahaha 18 year old me listening to these guys and HIM on YouTube all day.
Then I got a taste in music"
A late bloomer!