Thursday, November 20, 2008

Genius: Panic On / Hit

Genius’d Song: Panic On
Artist: Madder Rose
Album: Panic On

Selection: Hit
Artist: The Sugarcubes
Album: Stick Around for Joy

Genius Results:

Song - Artist
Panic On - Madder Rose
Feed The Tree - Belly
Gigantic - Pixies
Girlfriend In A Coma - The Smiths
In Between Days - The Cure
Rebellion (Lies) - The Arcade Fire
1979 (Moby remix) - Smashing Pumpkins
All Apologies - Nirvana
Smile - Lily Allen
Feel Good Inc (Single Edit) - Gorillaz
Crazy - Gnarls Barkley
Supernova - Liz Phair
Bright Yellow Gun - Throwing Muses
Here Comes Your Man - Pixies
Hit - Sugarcubes
Rush - Big Audio Dynamite II
Bizarre Love Triangle (Step Pettibone Extended Mix) - New Order
Everything In Its Right Place(Live-IMBW) - Radiohead
Cannonball - The Breeders
Gepetto - Belly
It's A Shame About Ray - The Lemonheads
Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division
Where is My Mind? - Pixies
Orange Crush - R.E.M.
Boys Don't Cry - The Cure

Madder Rose

Madder Rose was a New York City-based alternative rock band who recorded in the 1990s. The band was fronted by Mary Lorson, who shared songwriting duties with guitarist Billy Coté. The two singer/songwriters later collaborated again as Jazz Cannon. Their name comes from the herb-based paint rose madder. Several of their songs, including "Panic On" and "Car Song", were featured in John Peel's end-of-year round-up, the Festive Fifty. The band released three albums on Atlantic Records, and one on quasi-independent label Thirsty Ear, before breaking up in 1999.

Their music has been described as suggesting the druggy languor of a heroin high, which inspired the British music press to trumpet Madder Rose as the second coming of the Velvet Underground. A 1994 review in Rolling Stone characterized their sound as an "alloy" of grunge and "the buttercup sighs of The Cranberries. Their sound progressed from indie pop rock, not unlike peers Velocity Girl, Lush, Helium and Juliana Hatfield, to Shoegaze and trip-hop. After the breakup, Lorson founded the alt-folk outfit Saint Low.

The Sugarcubes

The Sugarcubes (Sykurmolarnir in Icelandic) were an Icelandic alternative rock band formed in 1986 and disbanded in 1992. They received critical and popular acclaim internationally.

They first came to notice in the UK when radio DJ John Peel played "Birthday", later voted by his listeners as a single of the year. The band's music was characterized by a psychedelic post-punk sound sometimes reminiscent of The B-52's, whimsical yet heartfelt lyrics, and the imploring, girlish voice of vocalist Björk Guðmundsdóttir, who later went on to great success as a solo artist. While not as successful as Björk's solo career would be, the band is still very highly regarded and was the most influential Icelandic group until the rise of Sigur Rós.
The Sugarcubes dissolved in 1992 as different members of the band had realised they all had different ambitions; instead of risking their friendship, the band went on an indefinite hiatus. They remain friends to this day and are all still involved in the management of Smekkleysa/Bad Taste.

On November 17, 2006, the band had a one-off reunion concert at Laugardalshöll sport arena in Reykjavík, Iceland, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut single with all profits going to the non-profit Smekkleysa SM to promote Icelandic music. They were supported by fellow Icelandic groups múm and Rass. Despite this reunion, the group has expressed that it has no intention to play future shows or record new material.

Stick Around for Joy
Stick Around For Joy released in February 1992 was the third and final album released by the Icelandic alternative rock band The Sugarcubes. In terms of quality fans usually rate the album somewhere between the band's acclaimed debut, Life's Too Good and the widely panned follow-up Here Today, Tomorrow, Next Week!. The album provided the band's first and only hit, aptly titled "Hit", which reached #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart in the U.S. and #17 on the UK Singles Chart.

Panic On

Beautiful John



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