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I'm really impressed by the vocals of The Heart Carol - Luna Jax & WoodLore.
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Whozjama wrote:I'm really impressed by the vocals of The Heart Carol - Luna Jax & WoodLore.
Oh man, I love that one! They do sound really good together =P
And it's kinda fitting too, considering how well they get along on Skype. I highly doubt they'll stop collabing any time soon =P

I kinda want to get WoodLore to tag along with Luna Jax and I to Everfree Northwest just so that they can perform together, if not on stage then at the hotel XD It would be a treat to see them do something live <3
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FritzyBeat wrote:
Whozjama wrote:I'm really impressed by the vocals of The Heart Carol - Luna Jax & WoodLore.
Oh man, I love that one! They do sound really good together =P
And it's kinda fitting too, considering how well they get along on Skype. I highly doubt they'll stop collabing any time soon =P

I kinda want to get WoodLore to tag along with Luna Jax and I to Everfree Northwest just so that they can perform together, if not on stage then at the hotel XD It would be a treat to see them do something live <3
Wait so you know one of them? How on earth did they sync so well when not...you know, singing into the same microphone? I have a feeling this is complicated. :P
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"Rediscovered" Two Steps From Hell. Really enjoying just sitting back and listening to it.

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Captain Beefheart...

Too Much Time
This song was actually almost an R&B hit, however when the DJs found out he was white, they stopped playing the song... 1972 was a pretty different time, eh?

He also had a pretty weird side tho:
Big Eyed Beans From Venus

Although I feel that the song Sun Zoom Spark helps to show his clear style.

All of these songs are from the album Clear Spot from 1972... Captain Beefheart also had a pretty large influence on Tom Waits....
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Czukay wrote:Captain Beefheart...
"Willie the Pimp" - Frank Zappa
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Punchy wrote:
Czukay wrote:Captain Beefheart...
"Willie the Pimp" - Frank Zappa

And then Captain Beefheart and Frank Zappa!
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Avila - Dream On

Voice of an ANGEL! :shock:
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Czukay wrote:
Punchy wrote:
Czukay wrote:Captain Beefheart...
"Willie the Pimp" - Frank Zappa

And then Captain Beefheart and Frank Zappa!
The Muffin Man
And more! :3
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Punchy wrote: And more! :3
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Excellent *rubs paws together like a mad scientist*

But I'm changing up the style a bit. Komeda, a Swedish band from the 90s to be exact....

Oj Vilket Liv- Some of their early stuff that was in Swedish off of the album Pop Pa Svenska

Nonsense- Later on they developed another side singing in English.
Off of the album Kokomemedada.
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Hey! I loved listening to Bob Sinclar in high school, gave me a smile listening to them. They were so very unabashedly optimistic.
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Great interpreting of the love concept.
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Whozjama wrote:Hey! I loved listening to Bob Sinclar in high school, gave me a smile listening to them. They were so very unabashedly optimistic.
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I don't really know how to describe this person. They make Celtic, Fantasy, Viking, Metal, Dark, Only Piano, and other kinds of music. But if you like that kind of stuff like I do, then I'd recommend this guy.
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I'm not sure why, but this song reminds me of Hlaoroo. I think it may have something to do with the similarity I perceive in it to Land Downunder. :|
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So, Modest Mouse has a new album coming out in 6 days... I'm excited
Their last LP was We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank way back in 2007 (the last EP was No One's First, And You're Next back in 2009).
Anyway, I've been listening to them a lot lately.
Here are some of my favorite songs:
Dramamine
Teeth Like God's Shoeshine
Talking **** About a Pretty Sunset
Night On The Sun
World At Large
Never Ending Math Equation
Trucker's Atlas
This Devil's Workday
Missed the Boat
Spitting Venom
The Whale Song
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Bayonetta 2's Moon River is pretty catchy, been listening to the extended version for study periods.
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I found the actual song that my Accapella choir is doing! One of my favorites too. :P

Delta Rae - Bottom Of The River

(I might audition for the solo as well... probably not gonna get it though. We've got some really powerful Altos in our choir that could NAIL the part. I'm just gonna audition just for fun. I'm normally a Bass. >w<)
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Something 90's
St. Etienne- Only Love Can Break Your Heart

Something 80's
Gang of Four- Damaged Goods

Something 70's
Boney M- Rasputin
(Don't criticize me for liking Disco)

Something 60's
Del Shannon- Runaway

Something 50's
Buddy Holly- Rave On!

Something 40's
The Ink Spots- I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire

Something 30's
The Andrews Sisters- Oh Johnny!

Something 20's
Paul Whiteman & Bing Crosby- Magnolia

Something (19)10's
Morton Harvey- I Didn't Raise My Boy to be a Soldier
That was before we started singing "Over There"
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If you haven't heard Run the Jewels yet go listen right now it's pretty much the best thing ever. I can't repost it here because they swear a decent ammont but just go do it. It's some cool lyrical, menacing, and intelloigent hip-hop. But like new so you don't have to feel like that jerk that only likes the 90's.

Black Sabbath: The Wizard has been declared the funkiest song ever and possibly the best song to play super smash brother to ever by an expert panel consisting of me and a close friend.
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I had a copy of Now! 4 Canadian version that I used to play all the time in the car as a kid,

Here's a taste of what I used to listen to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cqU1pFRqYE
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I used to collect the American NOW! albums but I stopped when they began putting on stupid bonus tracks at the expense of other hits.
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Really old, but it's still a great original song.
Bran Van 3000 - Drinking In L.A.
Whozjama wrote:Here's a taste of what I used to listen to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cqU1pFRqYE
I posted that on the previous page. Nice song, it brings me memories. ;)
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Super hyped for this game. Got some nice music too.
Tales of Zestiria - Zaveid's Theme
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The new Modest Mouse album isn't very good :(
It has a few good songs on it, like 4 or 5 really.
At times it just doesn't feel like Modest Mouse.
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Amazee Dayzee wrote:I used to collect the American NOW! albums but I stopped when they began putting on stupid bonus tracks at the expense of other hits.
I never knew where my cd came from, we never bought any cds, so to me it was a gift from the musical ether.
Cesco wrote:Really old, but it's still a great original song.
Bran Van 3000 - Drinking In L.A.
Whozjama wrote:Here's a taste of what I used to listen to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cqU1pFRqYE
I posted that on the previous page. Nice song, it brings me memories. ;)
Oops! Sorry about that, but maybe people get to enjoy it a second time? :D

Watching the superbowl halftime, with Missy Elliot out of nowhere I was pleasantly surprised to find the source of a particularly catchy sample in a mashup song I listen to. Get Ur Freak On sounds nice. :)
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Yes.

Light my Fire - Amorphis (Doors Cover)
Black Winter Day - Amorphis
Tale of Revenge - Ensiferum
Moonsheild - In Flames
Jotun - In Flames
Mistress of Madness - Valtari
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That's such a great album.
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I blame my friend for singing this and for it always being on the radio.
Taylor Swift - Blank Space https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-ORhEE9VVg
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There is a game going around Tumblr and I wanted to see if you all wanted to play.

Its the Name-Song Game.

Take your name, your user name or your real name, and chose a song whose name stars with each letter in your name! Try to make it a song that represents you in some way. Either it's sentiment or lyrical content, or if you just really like that song!
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Hey Jude. You do know that Taylor Swift has a new song out right?
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