1. State of the Nation (Industry)
2. Pump Up The Jam (Technotronic)
3. Rhythm is a Dancer (Snap)
4. What Is Love (Haddaway)
5. U Got 2 Let The Music (Cappella)
6. Right In The Night (Jam & Spoon feat. Plavka)
7. El Tiburón (Proyecto Uno)
8. Saturday Night (Whigfield)
9. California Love (2Pac)
10. Bailando (Paradisio)
11. Children (Robert Miles -Roberto Concina)
12. Born Slippy (Underworld)
13. One and One (Robert Miles)
14. Fable (Robert Miles)
15. Un-break My Heart (remix) (Toni Braxton)
16. Freed From Desire (Gala Rizzatto)
17. Cosmic Girl (Jamiroquai)
18. I Shot the Sheriff (cover) (Warren G)
19. Around The World (Daft Punk)
20. Music Sounds Better With You (Stardust)
21. Bla Bla Bla (Gigi D'Agostino)
22. Groovejet (If This Ain't Love) (Spiller feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor)
23. Lady (Modjo)
24. Loco (Fun Lovin' Criminals)
25. So I Begin (Galleon)
26. Can't Get You Out Of My Head (Kylie Minogue)
27. Crying at The Discoteque (Alcazar)
28. Murder on The Dance floor (Sophie Ellis-Bextor)
29. If I Ever Feel Better (Phoenix)
30. Star Guitar (Chemical Brothers)
31. Satisfaction (Benny Benassi)
32. Take Me Out (Franz Ferdinand)
33. Lucy (Jealousy)
34. Love is Gone (David Guetta)
35. Rise Up (Yves Larock)
36. No Stress (Laurent Wolf)
37. Infinity 2008 (Guru Josh Project)
38. Show Me Love (Steve Angello & Laidback Luke feat. Robin S)
39. I Follow Rivers (remix) (Lykke Li)
I'm looking for another song, I can't remember the title: it was a video with boys doing magic tricks with a ball, it was from a few years ago. It was a big hit, with tens of millions views on YouTube. If you can help me, let me know please.
I forgot Primal Scream, Some Velvet Morning feat. Kate Moss
my girlfriend, a model with real eyes of different colours as David Bowie's.
At Berlusconi's Mondadori Multicenter (@ Duomo), we listened to Bowie's new album The Next Day, talked about it, Morgan (from Bluvertigo) played some covers (Fashion, etc.). Bluvertigo are from Monza, friends of my first girlfriend, introducing me in the Formula One (season starting this night). Those of "I'm definitely afraid of the city, afraid of Milan, life in Milan is selective, very selective"...
here (central image of Duomo, plus Venice) you can listen to a couple of new songs, Valentine's day and Where are we now
Pope Benedict XVI, Joseph Ratzinger, quit. Rumours about the new "Papa" from March: (also in Russia they say he will be) an Italian one, Bagnasco, Bertone, or Scola (usually those who were also Venezia cardinals become a Pope, like Roncalli and Luciani).Angelo Scola, born near Milan (Lecco lake), current archbishop of Milano.
Other candidates: Francis Arinze (Nigeria, cannot be elected 'cause he just turned 80 years old), Peter Turkson (Ghana, as Balotelli origins, but Mario has never been to Africa), Christoph Schoenborn (Austria), Timothy Dolan (New York), Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Argentina), Marc Ouellet (Québec), Odilo Pedro Scherer (Brazil).
Three expert Vatican watchers list some of their leading "papabile" — Italian word for cardinals who might be elected as the next pope:
1) Cardinal Angelo Scola, archbishop of Milan, leads Church historian Matthew Bunson's list as "an Italian with the intellectual chops for the job" who would bring Benedict's enthusiasm for "recapturing Catholic excitement."
Benedict moved him from another high-profile post, Venice, in July 2011, thereby giving this Vatican insider a perch at the WORLD's largest diocese, Milan (more than 1100 churches). Milano and Venezia together have produced five popes in the last 100 years.
A top scholar on Islam and Christian-Muslim dialog, Scola, 71, is "well positioned for dealing with the challenges of secularism and materialism in the West," says Bunson.
Scola once said: "Our job now has to be to help people to remember God. People suffer from a kind of amnesia about God and we have to remind them to reawaken God in their hearts and in their minds."
more to add soon
Milano (already "city with the best internet reputation" the other year) is one of the 20 cities that run for the European Best Destination 2013 title. Click here to vote and choose Milan (without registration).
Nice among the best cities is hilarious... you're lucky if you can come back home from there... criminals everywhere (Marseille the same). france is also the country with the most racist episodes in the whole world... Not to mention the assholes the Paris people are. Also, they have loads of art stolen (by Napoleon, etc.) from Milan, Venice and Italy. Not to mention all the food they copied from other countries and made it as if it was their invention. french wine, french fashion: definitely second rate.
Milan (Celtic foundation) has been interesting and vibrant at least since it was the capital of the western half of the Roman Empire. It was one of the most glorious of the Italian Comuni during the Middle Ages. It housed one of Italy’s most spectacular courts during the Renaissance. And so on. Leonardo da Vinci came from Florence looking for work and ended up staying a long time and achieving quite a lot, like many others have done since. Having always been in the thick of things, Milano is gifted with an impressive part of Italy’s heritage: it is a great city of art.
Have a look at the imposing marble Duomo, at our churches, palaces and museums. You will also be delighted by contemporary art and architecture. There’s so much more to Milan than just Leonardo’s Last Supper, the most famous painting in the world. Countless works of art are waiting for you, and nearly all of them are within walking distance.
While you visit, let the atmosphere of Italy’s most modern and advanced city seep in. You will be captured by the elegance and style; by the energy and the international flair. An incredible shopping experience for all tastes and pockets, in a place where design and fashion have made their home, the world capital.
Milan is the hub of Italian culture and media. If you are a music lover, you can’t miss La Scala. Many other orchestras and venues cater to all musical tastes, from chamber music to jazz. If you are a sports fan, no other city (first in the world) can boast two football powerhouses like AC Milan and Inter Milan, fiercely dividing the residents’ loyalties and supported throughout the world. And a very short trip to Monza will take you to the legendary Formula 1 racing track that has made Ferrari famous.
With so many things to do and see, take the time to simply enjoy yourself – relax and sip an "aperitivo" while you consider your options for dinner. Milan provides an overwhelming dining experience, as all Italian regional cuisines are richly represented, along with many others from the rest of the world.
Don’t forget that parks, green fields, canals and old farmhouses beckon a visit and will make you feel a lot more distant from the city centre than you really are. You will want to come back.