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What are some of you guys favorite songs...songs that you consider to be the best you've heard.


One of my favorites is "Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer" by Stevie Wonder


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Hmmmmm tough. Mine changes on a weekly basis. Right now my favourite song is probably Wonderwall by Oasis. Also Bob Dylan's All Along the Watchtower and anything by Nine Inch Nails or Juno Reactor.


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One of my favorites is "Brick" by Ben Folds Five.
And "Hands Down" by Dashboard Confessional is amazing. Just the acoustic version, though. I prefer acoustic over the other thing.
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"This is War" by Smile Empty Soul but also "Break The Chains" by Bionic Jive (well, anything really by Bionic Jive).



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I don't think I could name one so here's a few:

Everlong - Foo Fighters
Big Green Bath - Co.Uk
Basket Case - Green Day
The Kill - 30 Seconds to Mars
Amaze Us - Fightstar
Killing Position - Symposium


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Oh god, this is impossible.

I'll probably regret this, but I'm gonna say:

"Paradise by the Dashboard light" by Meatloaf.

Yup, regretting it, so many good songs out there . . .


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My favorite song changes on a daily basis.  Here are most of them:

Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run
Van Morrison & Them - It's All Over Now Baby Blue
Supertramp - Goodbye Stranger
Rolling Stones - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter
Bob Dylan - The Man In Me

...and all those songs are older than me, so I thought I'd add some new stuff...

Kanye West - Flashing Lights
Talib Kweli - Get By


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Quoted from Higgonaitor
"Paradise by the Dashboard light" by Meatloaf.


Though it's cold and lonely in the deep, dark night...

Current favorite is Rollin' On by Black Stone Cherry... An essential road tune.



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Two of my all-time favorite songs are "Thunderstruck" by AC/DC and "Southern Cross" by Crosby, Stills & Nash.  Outside of those two definites, there's like a gajillion others.


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Quoted from Higgonaitor
"Paradise by the Dashboard light" by Meatloaf.


On a similar note, I'm going to have to go with 'Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer than They Are', by Meat Loaf.  Boy, Jim Steinman certainly likes titling songs with car parts in them.

Also

- 'Fuck You:  An Ode to No One' by Smashing Pumpkins.
- 'Suicide is Painless'  (aka: The Theme Song from M*A*S*H)  - The original version.  I'm not too sure who sings it, but I can't stand Manson's crappy cover.

And Sniper just reminded me how great 'This is War' by Smile Empty Soul is, too.


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Quoted from rc1107
'Suicide is Painless'  (aka: The Theme Song from M*A*S*H)

Totally forgot about that one - excellent choice.


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Currently, my favorite song is 'The Pot' by Tool. Great stuff.

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"Hey Jealousy" by the Gin Blossoms.
Another amazing song.
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The Pretender ( the Jackson Brown song but only the version by Gary U.S. Bonds which is a sizzling soul cover)
Games People Play - The Spinners
Mighty Love - The Spinners
Nine Times Out of Ten - Teddy Pendergrass
Backstabbers - The O'Jays
Backstreets -Springsteen
Baker Street - Gerry rafferty
The Friends Of Mr Cairo - Vangelis & Jon Anderson

And Hell yeah I'll give a Jim Steinman shout out for both Bat Out Of Hell & Steinman's version of Bad For Good


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1 - Shine on You Crazy Diamond by Pink Floyd

And the rest in no particular order

Me and Bobby McGee - Janis Joplin
Old Man - Neil Young
The Damage Done - Neil Young
Blinded by The Light - Manfred Mann’s Earth Band
Beast of Burden - Rolling Stones
Emotional Rescue - Rolling Stones
Son of a Preacher Man – Dusty Springfield
Everybody’s Talkin - Harry Nilson
Chop Suey – System of a Down
Not for You – Pearl Jam
Corduroy – Pearl Jam
The Only Living Boy in New York – Simon and Garfunkel
The Rain Song – Led Zeppelin
Once in a Lifetime – Talking Heads
Perfect Day - Lou Reed

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If I had to make a list of five, here they are.

Polyamorous - Breaking Benjamin
San Dimas - Dead and Divine
Heroes Get Remembered - Four Year Strong
Lights Out - Letterkills
Blame Me - Dropping Daylight

I wouldn't say they're my favorite of all time. but they're definitely my favorite at this time. anyone know of these songs?


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Amerie - Why Don't We Fall in Love

It was a cool R&B track back in '02, and Amerie quickly became my favorite artist of all time. The song is very unique and distinctive, especially coming from some random R&B chick, but most importantly...it reminds me of my first love...


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Sex on Fire - Kings of Leon is fairly spectacular atm.


Shorts:
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Footloose, Cut Loose
Tainted Milk
Marshmallows
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Afterlife-Avenged Sevenfold


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Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees.


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My favorite songs change every few weeks or so, but my current favorite songs are:

Parabol/Parabola - Tool (this one has stood tall for years)

Milk It, Blew - Nirvana

Trigger Happy Jack - Poe

I Put a Spell On You - The Animals

Hope vol. II, Path, Faraway vol. II - Apocalyptica

Roads - Portishead

Helter Skelter - The Beatles

Nothing Else Matters - Joe Lynn Turner & Gene Simmons (it's superior to the Metallica version)

Closer - Lacuna Coil

Angels, It's the Fear, What Have You Done, Enter - Within Temptation

Death Walking Terror - Cannibal Corpse (yeah...I get insane sometimes)

Golgotha Tenement Blues - Machines of Loving Grace

Hell's Bells - AC/DC
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Johnny Cash- Hurt.

Snow Patrol- Chasing Cars

The Fray- How To Save A Life


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as a huge beatle fan, it's hard to pick one as a favorite. But Penny Lane is probably the best.  my faves at the moment are The Shock of the Lightning and I'm Outta Time by Oasis.



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Since high school, I've only had three songs that have been my favorite, and they still move around a bit.  Current ranking is:

The Fountain of Lamneth - Rush
Friday I'm in Love - The Cure
Smile and Wave - Little League

The list gets a bit more fluid after that, but the ones at the top are still relatively stable.  Current top ten is rounded out with:

Drowning Lessons - My Chemical Romance
Wounded - Third Eye Blind
A Passion Play - Jethro Tull
Heart Carved Tree - Knapsack
Logan to Government Center - Brand New
Everlong - Foo Fighters
The Crowing - Coheed & Cambria


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Don't do it by The Band.  Awesome!
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Always - Bon Jovi

For me, this is the best song ever written and will always be my all time favorite.
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Oldies but goodies:


Smile Empty Soul - Live Forever


Bionic Jive - Ricochet


Buck Cherry - Crazy Bitch


New Shit:


One Day As A Lion - Wild International

Muhammad
And Christ would life
Would lay
Your body down
To a tune
So wild international
In the desert
Full of bullets
Let your body rot
With my chrome
With my verse
With my body rock


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Yes, so difficult to narrow down to 5...so I'll throw in 7.  I'll have to go with 7 that are "classics", tried and true with me, although there are countless "new" songs over teh last couple years that very easily could climb into this list at some point.

Here we go...in no particular order...

Ornament - Trans Siberian Orchestra
Comfort Me - Shadow Gallery
Heaven and Hell - Black Sabbath
Believe - Savatage
Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Iron Maiden
Red Barchetta - RUSH
Another Day - Dream Theater

Sorry to all my other favorites out there!  I haven't forgotten you and wish this list could be the top 250.

Happy New Year to all!


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'Mister Tanner' by Harry Chapin
'Story of a Life' by Harry Chapin
'What Made America Famous' by Harry Chapin
'One Tin Soldier' by Coven
'Rock Star' by Nickleback
'The Monorail Song' by the Simpson cast
'Martha' by Meatloaf
'Bat Out of Hell' by Meatloaf
'Born to Run' by Bruce Springstein
'Jungleland' by Bruce Springstein
'Let It Be' by The Beatles
'My Life' by The Beatles.

and my favorite one-hit-wonder
'Spirit in the Sky' by Norman Neussbaum


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I just can't pick a favorite. I like almost everything.

I do enjoy The Beatles still and am listening to Across The Universe right now.

There's just so much excellent music it's hard for me to say.

What's coming to mind right now is a collection of music from Cats.

If I could see the live performance of Cats, that would be excellent, but that's not one song.

If my mind drifts to solo artists I think of Bette Midler, Anne Murray, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Cash, Nelly Furtado, Elton John,

Groups: Fleetwood Mac, Supertramp, 3 Doors Down, Crosby Stills and Nash, Creedence Clearwater, Dire Straights, Barenaked Ladies (I love those guys), Nickelback, (excellent feel to their music)...

Oh, I don't know, the only music I don't like is some of that screaming music of Corn type groups, but I did have a young friend who loved that type of music and she was a real sweetheart.

Here's an upbeat song: Yasha Kel

It means: Straight to the Creator

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_MNjP2dWTk

Happy listening!!!

Happy New Year!!!

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"what ever happened" by the strokes;
love this song, the only song i could listen to over and over again on repeat, still haven't gotten sick of it!


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"Matchbook" by Strung Out might be the best song ever, it will rock your face off.


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Bionic Jive - Get Your Bars Up



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eVErYthINg bY maDneSS!!
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Quoted from steven8
eVErYthINg bY maDneSS!!


Nice video.  I have to admit, I like it when bands base their video on a movie.  Taking Back Sunday did a great one of Fight Club with their video for "Cute Without the 'E' (Cut From the Team)", and  30 Seconds to Mars also had a great video based on The Shining for their video for "The Kill."  My Chemical Romance did Audition in their video "Honey, This Mirror Isn't Big Enough for the Two of Us", but I don't think it was quite as good as the others.

One of my favorite music videos is Foo Fighters' "Everlong."  Though the whole thing isn't based on a movie, a sizable portion of it is a reference to The Evil Dead.

Anyway, is this the same Madness that sang "Our House"?


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The Prodigy is back!!! And it's back to basics - awesome!!! Love this track.



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Spectacular! Spectacular- Moulin Rouge


Lol, now I remember where you name comes from.


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I love that song!!! Is that ur favourite?
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It's my favourite song to peel onions to. I have a CD player in my kitchen and that is the only CD that ever goes into it.
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Haha, cool. Thats a good thing right?
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Quoted from escapist


Anyway, is this the same Madness that sang "Our House"?


Sure is!  They are still fanatastic.
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I have got tickets to see Elbow next week and as a consequence have been listening to them a lot recently and at the moment at least "One Day like This" is my new favorite song. What a stunning band they are...


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Am I allowed more than one?

mmmm.... it was a close decision though...



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God, that shit is terrible!  Absolute rubbish!  Hopefully someone is paying you to see them live, I hope...


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God, that shit is terrible!  Absolute rubbish!  Hopefully someone is paying you to see them live, I hope...


Don't hold back.  Tell us what you really think.
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Funny!  Sorry, but I watched (and listened) to those 2 youtube "performances", and had to shut them down long before they were done.  I just can't stand that type of music...it's so weak, lame, and cheesy.


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So sorry Jeff, please excuse my taste in shite music.

I heard this the other day and it reminded me of you, maybe this is more up your alley....

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No, Gary, that doesn't do it for me either, but thanks for thinking about me.  Much appreciated, you little bitch.


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No, Gary, that doesn't do it for me either, but thanks for thinking about me.  Much appreciated, you little bitch.


You're very welcome young boy, very welcome indeed.
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No, Gary, that doesn't do it for me either, but thanks for thinking about me.  Much appreciated, you little bitch.


Quoted from GM Giles
You're very welcome young boy, very welcome indeed.




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I've tried repeatedly.  Sent 2 PM's with apologies to Giles, but he won't respond.


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I've tried repeatedly.  Sent 2 PM's with apologies to Giles, but he won't respond.


You are right, You did send me a PM to apologise, then two days later you go and write two shitty posts on here that just seem to be attempts at pissing me off. Apologies mean nothing if you don't actually mean it.

Look, just chill out and there is no need to apologise. Arguments are one thing, hell I have had my share of disagreement with people, whether it is about writing, or script club. But one thing that I find unacceptable is making it personal, attacking somebody else or being rude to someone else is just not on. You can argue with someone and still show respect for them, you may not agree with their ideas but that does not mean that you can attack the person.

There is nobody who appears regularly on this site who i would consider to be anything but a good, decent person. You may not like what they wrote and are perfectly entitled to give them hell for it but show some respect. That is all. No need to apologise, I have thick skin and am perfectly capable of giving it back when fully wound up.
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Alright you two -- time for a mod-moment.


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God, that shit is terrible!  Absolute rubbish!


Now, see -- I considered deleting this when I saw it. I just knew nothing good would come of it.  I mean, how would you expect him to respond, Dreamscale?

People gripe if we delete, and sometimes stuff happens when we don't.

I considered deleting your response, too, Giles.  But at least it was a song.  And, frankly, kind of funny.  But still out of line.  (stern look)

Now it is time for you two otherwise intellegent and sometimes eloquent contributors to our little corner of the internet to put this one to rest.  Either make up -- or avoid each other -- but more posts regarding this little disagreement will go.

Giles gets the last word because you started it, Dreamscale.
  


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My current favorite song:

ATB - Ecstasy


Three minutes of electronic goodness.


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My current favorite song: "F*** You" Lily Allen

My second best favorite song: "Streets of Heaven" Sherrie Austin


My forever and ever favorite song: "For No One" The Beatles


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Wow, 'For No One' is your fave song, Michel? Awesome! Naturally I like all the Beatles stuff. This is great too. And it was just an album song, not a single or anything!Actually, 'Revolver' is my fave album of all time and I feel it's the best ever made.



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MUSCRAT LOVE - CAPTAIN AND TANEAL. A timeless classic.

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Wow, 'For No One' is your fave song, Michel? Awesome! Naturally I like all the Beatles stuff. This is great too. And it was just an album song, not a single or anything! Actually, 'Revolver' is my fave album of all time and I feel it's the best ever made.


This song, IMO, is the most touching one than Macca ever wrote (and God knows I know by heart everyone of his songs). The first time I heard, too many years ago , it got me some deep inside and I never forget it. Even his own cover in "Give My Regards To Broad Street " (I won't comment on that shi**y film) is awesome.

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One of the best rap tracks. Ever. Period.



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This one won't leave my head at the mo.



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The Deuce - OWC - now on STS

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Most people tend to not listen to hip-hop nowadays because they only hear the radio. Lil Wayne, Drake, Kanye West, etc. are all such horrible emcees. Here's some of my favorites.



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This is probably my personal favorite song right now.



3:27 - 5:39 = EPIC.


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My current favorite song from the greatest band alive...




And for something quite amazing, a trully original and bizarre remix of the same song...

(the first 60secs are kind of worthless, so skip...)

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There is no way I could ever pick a favorite, but music that sticks out is:

House of the Risin' Sun
Drops of Jupiter
Use Somebody
Thunderstruck

anything by The Stones
anything by The White Stripes
anything by CCR

then I love blues

Muddy Waters
KoKo Taylor

I could go on and on, but there's no way I could only pick one song or band


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Here's a current favorite:

I love the original version by Opus, but here's an interesting remix.

We all give the power and we all give the best!!!!!!!



My husband has a different and excellent version on his computer.

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How do you post a vid in here?


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How do you post a vid in here?


I'll send you the code, Jeff.

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Why is it alwasy so difficult for me to do this.  Let's see if this works...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-hG4l2gs-A

OK, it works, but it's not embedded like everyone else's vids.  Anyway, here's a "classic" from the boys...ENJOY!!!!!


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Why is it alwasy so difficult for me to do this.  Let's see if this works...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-hG4l2gs-A

OK, it works, but it's not embedded like everyone else's vids.  Anyway, here's a "classic" from the boys...ENJOY!!!!!


I sent you an email with further instructions, Jeff. I know it can be confusing at first. Not to worry, we figure things out eventually. I'm still trying to learn to prounounce a Spanish "rolled" "R" because I'm heading to Barcelona in the New Year.

I'll be wandering around completely lost and I'll probably forget everything I learn.

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YES!!  Thank you Sandra. You rock, baby!


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Just a taste of what I've been listening to in the last couple hours.

Morphine - You Look Like Rain:



Art Garfunkel - All I Know:



The Primitives - Crash



Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit:



Night Ranger - Sister Christian:



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Hi Jordon! You bad boy!

I was thinking about the false idea of "elitist white boys" having the perfect life-- but we know there is no such thing.

Get into this crowd, and it gets more corrupt-- it's just more, shall we say, subliminal. Here we get the "poison tongue". No fist fights. It's much worse.

Still, it appears that things are lushy-plushy on the outside.

Which is really way on the outside when you compare the apparent "golfists on a summer's day", living an easy life-- it seems.

It only seems. Yet, compared to the "shove the shit on the next generation of hopeful stoned and burnt lost souls" that exist in Gran Torino, it's an easy compromise.

Seems that "white elitist" or "black dig for the gold the elitist holds" one thing holds true:

A good wish that life's pain can't quite resolve. A wish undecided-- for a strong and lethal needle to end all of that pain. Ach! There's always heroine for those inclined and dire.

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Watch the entire vid and listen to the hilarious words.  As always, Edguy rocks the fucking house and does it with a wink and a smile.

Comments????????

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-y3CMlvrkN0


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Quoted from Sandra Elstree.



Quoted from Dreamscale
Comments????????


This is just a fancy version of Tonka's infamous "Nerf" videos -- maybe with a few extra dollars in the budget


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I was extremely confused when he says,

"Oh Mistress I'm in your hands."



No, I think I was just feeling dizzy.  

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And the Deutchlanders just keep rocking!

Tell me, you guys aren't loving this shit!




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Sandra, were you confused when Tobias sang, "and then she asked me, what I'd like to eat, I realized...and I replied, what about your pie"?


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OK, guys and gals, let's educate you all with some real music. One of the best around.  Yeah, a bit goofy on the vid, but still cool shit for sure.

Listen...and enjoy...



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Sandra, were you confusedm when Tobias sanf, "and then she asked me, what I'd like to eat, I realized...and I replied, what about your pie"?


No, that part about pie-- I like pie.   Can't get enough pie.

3.14159265358979323846264338327950288...

How could one not love PI  

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It's almost Halloween...perfect time for this 80's classic!  Damn, I miss these times.  Having a blast finding all these great vids.

Enjoy!!!!!  WOW!!!  FUCKING A!!!!!!



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[quote=Mr._Blonde]Just a taste of what I've been listening to in the last couple hours.

Art Garfunkel - All I Know:



I had to add the lyrics. And now, I need to go make love.

I bruise you, you bruise me
We both bruise too easily, too easily to let it show
I love you and that's all I know .

All my plans have fallin' through,
All my plans depend on you, depend on you to help them grow,
I love you and that's all I know.

When the singer's gone let the song go on...

But the ending always comes at last,
Endings always come too fast,
They come too fast but they past too slow,
I love you and that's all I know .

When the singer's gone let the song go on,
It's a fine line between the darkness and the dawn.
They say in the darkest night there's a light beyond

But the ending always comes at last,
Endings always come too fast,
They come too fast
But they past too slow,
I love you, and that's all I know.
That's all I know, that's all I know.

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So I'm surfing YouTube and - DAMN - one the classiest songs from my youth pops up. After listening to it a couple of times now, I've come to the conclusion that it really is THE BEST SONG EVER MADE. I mean it.

Oh, and Baby Love (drool) is just sizzling. I can't remember ever being attracted to a girl with a mullet before but this bonita can swing on my pole any day of the week (problem is, she's probably like 50 or 60 now - oh, well).




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I've been in a zombie mood, so these are some of the songs I've been listening to as of recent.

Crimson & Clover - Toomy James and the Shondells
Hunt - Ryuichi Sakamoto
L'Arena - Ennio Morricone
Coconut - Harry Nilsson
Today - The Smashing Pumpkins
The Next Life - Suede
1812 Overture - Techaikovsky


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Quoted from sniper
So I'm surfing YouTube and - DAMN - one the classiest songs from my youth pops up. After listening to it a couple of times now, I've come to the conclusion that it really is THE BEST SONG EVER MADE. I mean it.

Oh, and Baby Love (drool) is just sizzling. I can't remember ever being attracted to a girl with a mullet before but this bonita can swing on my pole any day of the week (problem is, she's probably like 50 or 60 now - oh, well).




You Danish guys are weird!  Are you sure that 'she' is a she?!!!   It doesn't matter that she'd be a granny now Snipe; it's not like you're 18 still!   ["Damn right!", adds bert...]

Catchy tune but.




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Being writers, this is with out a doubt the best song in the word. Drink it in SS.

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You Danish guys are weird!  Are you sure that 'she' is a she?!!!   It doesn't matter that she'd be a granny now Snipe; it's not like you're 18 still!   ["Damn right!", adds bert...]

Catchy tune but.

Stevie, that ain't no he-she-dude-in-disguise-guy. She's a woman alright. Her real name is Daisy Castro.


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Are you sober Sniper? That's song is terrible, but who am I to judge. I might change my tune as the evening goes on.  


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Are you sober Sniper? That's song is terrible, but who am I to judge. I might change my tune as the evening goes on.  

I am very sober - for some unknown reason.

Pia, if you're not down with Rock Steady Crew, well, then you're just not down with life. Don't forget, Pia, their moves are, like, true. Can you do what they do?  



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Pia, their moves are, like, true. Can you do what they do?  

No, but I know I can make a better cv axle than her!  



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The strangest mix you'll ever see.









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A fun if impossible question as mine (like most) changes all the time. So much great music out there.

Currently its "All the World is Green" by Tom Waits

Anybody who digs the song should check out his Letterman performance on youtube.


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I usually stay way the hell clear of rap and hip-hop unless it's some of the old school shit but this track by Ice Cube is one of those rare times where the story telling is simply superb. Split up in a 3-act structure, this track tells the story of the rise and fall of a gang banger.



Life....
niggas used to come and get me
when it was time to disagree with an enemy
pass the hennessy it gives me energy
packed the gat in the small of my back
where these niggas at I clear the whole pack
talkin' shit cuz I'm down for my set I'm a vet
smokin' on a wet cigarette
(who these niggas think they are)
(wishin' on a ghetto star i represent my tar)
I start bustin' and they scatter like water bugs
cuz these westside niggas is harder thugs
enslve us but nothin' can save us from sportin' Ben Davis
shootin' at your neighbors
(cuz sometimes I feel like a nut don't give a fuck when I open ya up)
hot rocks fly from the back seat and
busta ass niggas run like a track meet
an if you crawl in the middle bleed mo' than a little (what)
killer king is the hospital
feelin' numb from the bullets I hum
and when they hit black mothers have fits I don't give a shit

Fool I'm a vet you can bet that
I could dance underwater and not get wet (check it)

Its rainin' bullets and I'm still there
(Foe life) I'm still there

my house shoes get wet from the dew on the grass
up early in the morning takin' out the trash
feelin' like a loser alcohol abuser
two youngsters roll up on a beach cruiser
one on the peddles the other on the handle bars (what)
tryin' be ghetto stars they said:
Are you from the westside is it so?
i said hell yea and who wanta to know (me)
in slow mo fo' fo' slugs face down in the mud
puddle full of blood left for dead
the pain starts to spread now I can't feel my legs
I meet doctor who at King Drew medical center
as I enter I.C.U.
he said the bullet hit a nerve that was vital
I said I can't move my legs he said don't try to
now this ain't the end my friend but you'll probably never walk again
I sit there motionless holdin' this pain inside contemplating suicide
at night I jerk and jerk
but my dick don't work it don't even hurt (damn)
now who'd ever thought a nigga rude as Ice Cube
I be pissin' through a tube Fool i'm a vet

Fool I'm a vet you can bet that
I could dance underwater and not get wet (check it)

Its rainin' bullets and I'm still there
young ghetto nigga in a wheelchair

fuck a V-A they need G-A
gang hospital for a crippal now I'm drinkin' rippal
same corner same hood I'm still there
with bandanas tied to my wheel chair
To all the hoodrat hoes I'm fired
they mad cuz my tongue get tired
now everybody wanna put they dope on me
sayin' I won't get searched by the LAPD
I'm sitting on a doorway duece five
Dependin on that to keep my ass alive
I don't got bows but my arm's about a one-six
My fuckin legs, lookin like tooth picks
some times I can't deal got to beg the B G's to roll me up the hill
put me on the porch now I'm on the torch smokin' cocaine
just to maintain nutin' to gain nutin' to lose
and last night I couldn't make it to the bathroom
feelin' like a two year old you can't get a sip from the brew I hold
nigga its the only friend to a stranger AKA hadicap gangbanger
there's a lot in my life I regret becomin' a ghetto vet
Fool I'm a Vet

Fool I'm a vet you can bet that
I could dance underwater and not get wet (check it)

Its rainin' bullets and I'm still there
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While My Guitar Gently Weeps - The Beatles

Not the most well know Beatles song but definitely my favorite.


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"The Little Drummer Boy" is by far my favorite song ever!

There are a lot of good versions, so its hard for me to pick my favorite one.  

I play that dang song all year long!


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As is the case with my writing, I'm ALL over the place with music, bosa nova to grunge, metal to pop, techno to R&B.

In no particular order:

NIN--closer
Portishead--Glory Box
Sarah McLauchlan--Silence (airscape remix)
David Morales--In de Ghetto
Alice in Chains--Man in the Box
Living COlour--cult of personality
Zeppelin--Babe I'm gonna Leave you/The Ocean
Nirvana--Lithium
Faithless--insomnia (armand's euro trip remix)
Micahel Jackson--Remember the Time/Keep it in the Closet
Prince--Darling Nikki/Take me with you/Erotic City
Spinners--I'll be Around
Chic--Le Freak/Dance Dance Dance
France Joli--come to me
Notorious BIG--Big Poppa/One More CHance/Hypnotize
WHoodini--Friends/Five minutes/Freaks come out at night
Green Day--WHen I come around/September
Art of noise--moments in love
U2--Beautiful Day
Glenn Miller--Moonlight Serenade
Brian Setzer--sleepwalk
Various--noche de ronda
Various--perfidia
Perez Prado--cherry pink and apple blossom white
Sergio Mendes--mais que nada/agaua de beber
Toco--gaurapiranga
Sissy--start again
AC/DC--jailbreak
Metallica--Enter sandman

Too many more to mention. But I'm a scatterbrain with music and hop from genre to genre. I'm not the one my friends ask to make a CD mix of tunes for a party--I always piss off or bore too many.
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http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=related&v=Oe9-ui8cAjw

This song is 50 years old today.  Doesn't age at all.



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Putting a favorite list together, off-hand, is a challenge. Virtually every song I like, I got from a movie. I'm not much of a music fan so I take music from movie scenes and it has a Skinner-like effect on me.

Anyway, I'll open up Music Hell and set it to randomize. The first fifteen songs will be my top 15. It's all the luck of the draw. =)

Bon Jovi - Bad Medicine.
Orgy - Blue Monday (90s remake).
Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth.
Eminem - Sing For the Moment.
Hurdy Gurdy Man - Donovan.
The Buggles - Video Killed the Radio Star.
Linkin Park - In the End.
Franz Ferdinand - This Fire.
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Fortunate Son.
Papa Roach - Not Listening.
Morphine - You Look Like Rain.
Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit.
Richie Valens - Come on, Let's Go.
The Beach Boys - God Only Knows.
Jessie's Girl - Rick Springfield.


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The legend, Mr. Gil Scott Heron.



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Here's one of my new faves.  Make sure you don't give up before teh 2:10 mark, when the man, the myth, and the legend, Kiske kicks into overdrive and the song takes on the classic Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys undertune.

I'm sure many will literally hate this, but for me, it's unfuckingbeleivable.

A majestic way to start your weekend!!!




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Quoted from Dreamscale

I'm sure many will literally hate this, but for me, it's unfuckingbeleivable.




Love me some Dream Theater!




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Quoted from RegularJohn
Love me some Dream Theater!


Me too!!

New DT coming soon!!!



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Some good choices there. I'm more of a 80s British new wave and punk gal. Classics I can't get enough of are:

Control/Transmission - Joy Division
Blue Monday/Regret - New Order
Rent/Left To My Own Devices - Pet Shop Boys
EMI/Anarchy in the UK - The Sex Pistols
BigMouth Strikes Again/This Charming Man - The Smith
Everything Counts/Behind The Wheel/Enjoy the Silence - Depeche Mode
Discipline - Throbbing Gristle
Never Say Never - Romeo Void
Bank Robber - The Clash
Motorcycle Emptiness - The Manic Street Preachers
Its Obvious - Au Pair
Low Rider - War
The Bottle - Gil Scott Heron
Bela Lugosi's Dead - Bauhaus


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This is hard, if not impossible. Here are some that get a lot of play...

Song---Artist

Ain't it Strange- Patti Smith
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tg7Fe_EcnRw

Chocolate Jesus- Tom Waits
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wfamPW3Eaw

God is a Bullet- Concrete Blonde
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNZpkimAZSI

Heal it Up- Concrete Blonde
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7SWqecIyAk

Bloodletting- Concrete Blonde (Notice a pattern here? Haha)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLABwwmKdyc

Scene of the Perfect Crime- Concrete Blonde
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQutPF0Q-wo

Dance Along the Edge- Concrete Blonde
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkGV2qJUouM

Jeremy- Pearl Jam
The Passenger- Iggy Pop
Funtime- The Cars
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2uX5Z_ybNA

The Zoo- The Scorpions
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chlyvXcPuRI

Privilege (Set Me Free)- Patti Smith
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-7fibt4DU8

Hollow Eyes- Red Lorry Yellow Lorry
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SzSgn1LEzI

Eleven Eleven- Screams for Tina
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znOfFmhsJ-o

Knocking on Joe- Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
And No More Shall We Part- Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DM0YCnehRcE

Trollferd- Kari Rueslatten
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JI8-LAIH80Q

I Am Stretched on Your Grave- Sinead O'Connor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8mU8kBvSnI

Is It My Body?- Alice Cooper
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVW7qRdgr1E

Burning House of Love- X
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pm6Z05bYj2Y

House of Burning Love- Great White
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYXHdFUAqK4

8 Men, 4 Women- Diamanda Galas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnFXyhJ06B8

Several Sins- Birthday Party

Fever- The Cramps
Tear it Up- The Cramps
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIQR_3TPtJw

I'm Sick Of You- Iggy Pop
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR1a3WVVXHY

A Forest (Cure Cover)- Bat for Lashes
A Forest- The Cure
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaSC1jWxFV4

Dance Me to the End of Love (Tom Waits cover)- Meret Becker
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpDqoz17js4

In Every Dream Home a Heart Ache- Roxy Music
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSniBxXjK_8

Mother of Pearl- Roxy Music

No Time to Cry- Sisters of Mercy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZs0VDI-CxM

The Truth's for Sale- Tiamat
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvZigEcodYI

Exit Music for a Film (Radiohead cover)- Miranda Sex Garden
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6-BIDnJVlI

And the list goes on and on and on

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Welcome aboard, Prax.

Love to see Das Scorpions and The Zoo, which is, of course, an all time classic song from an all time classic band celebrating their 50th anniversary, which is downright shocking.


We eat the night, we drink the time
Make our dreams come true
And hungry eyes are passing by
On streets we call the zoo

Rock on!!!!


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I always find myself coming back to "The Fray - How to Save a Life"
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Out Of Character - updated


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I like this version much better though:



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Within Temptation...very nice!!!


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Something I'm listening to now. Nice video too.

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My mate who is a Beatle freak too posted this on Facebook. The guy does other bands too but they won't be as cool as this lol

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tTnxmn2jWjo



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Lodi - CCR
Every other freckle - Alt J
Do I wanna know - Arctic Monkeys
Cocaine blues - Johnny Cash
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It's a really hard question but if I could only chose one it would be, "One Crowded Hour" by Augie March.

If you haven’t heard it, do yourself a favour, and check it out, it's amazing.


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