London, as the great films, is a city to visit with a soundtrack. If there is something so British as Thatcher, cups of tea or the Tower of London, this is pop-rock. Every corner of this city has a song. In the first installment, our guides were Caetano Veloso, The Libertines, Coldplay and Pulp. In 3 series I prepare a stroll through London without take off the headphones.
Remember that in the last post you can download all the songs in a same mp3 so you can listen them comfortably. Go to Camden is discover travel them to London. His well-known and superpobaldo market is only the tip of the iceberg of a corner to the North of the city that has life beyond the weekend. Here the normal that are out of place against the punks, rockers, Goth, grunges, there are terraces, boats, shops, pubs.The residents of this neighborhood live basically of its market, much more passable on weekdays and form a community as diverse as the city itself. The music in Live triumphs in Camden, in the bars of its streets acted first Blur or Coldplay. Bar Fly. The Roundhouse or The Dublin Castle are just some legendary overnight places discovering some rock band. This is one of the most beautiful songs ever written.
Because Morrissey represents everything that is London: elegance, culture, pose, art, artificiality, etc.Come Back to Camden is a hint of English of Morrissey, but without neglecting the sarcasm. Despite the bright and maudlin string key synthesizers, emotion comes from the singer himself, even if you make it clear that otherwise, conveys the longing for his homeland. The Chinatown of London I was disappointed. Seriously, it turned out to be a street with shops and restaurants, with nothing else. There were more but the current is in Soho and basically focuses on the street Gerrard where a handful of Asian industrialists have mounted their businesses. The street is pedestrian so a stroll is very nice. It is a good place to go to eat Chinese food prices are more affordable than those of the rest of kitchens that we can London tourism. That Yes, the quality is also exquisite. Precisely, the song by partnership and the Banshees is dedicated to a local Chinese food takeaway that you had in your neighborhood, Chislehurst. As explained by the own partnership: A friend I often went to the restaurant and, occasionally, skinheads also liked to go and was extremely ugly. Skinheads terrorized the Chinese who worked there. This is a kind of tribute to those who suffered. And continues: remember how I wanted to be Emma Peel of the Avengers to kick the heads of all skinheads who tormented these people. Made me feel so powerless, so desperate and so sick.