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View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_g6YxkSqL20


An interesting song I stumbled onto. Apparently it's a pop song from the 70s, from an italian singer that composed this song to be basically gibberish but in something that sounds like English, to prove that people love the song regardless of the lyrics. Or as I understand it, that was the point of it. It sounds pretty good to me.

Another impressive one I stumbled onto.
View: https://twitter.com/How2Drink/status/1575885810640920579
 
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Theme song for metal heads who love pizza.

 
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About time to bring this back around. :)


Stick with it, the first 20 seconds or so of the song seem a little lo-fi compared to the rest
 
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Today was Pink Floyd day, all day long. Yesterday I celebrated forty years of Valley Girl (the song, not film) by listening to four Zappa albums, and I listened to an interview Moon Unit recently gave about how the entire concept took place. Hard to believe it was that long ago. And I eventually would have heard the song in any case yet Dr. Demento was where I first caught the tune.
 
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Classic rock for the win today.

 
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Nope, additional course corrections required.

This is hard to categorize. Definitely a lot of gaze/dream qualities in there, but I could easily hear this band on a John Hughes movie soundtrack from 1985, too. Enjoy.

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Yes all bow to the thread starter overlord.:whip:

Keep the rock an metal songs in-coming everyone.^^

 
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Bad Couch. Naughty, naughty Couch.

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The last couple of days here have been cooler so I've spiced things up with peppy music, some Jane's Addiction and Porno for Pyros. However you get your Ferrell fix, you'll not be disappointed!
 
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I have my concert week at the moment - after the Cure on sunday we went to my all-time favourite band on tuesday, who finally visited my hometown once again - New Model Army.
I absolutely adore them - great music, great voice, great singer with a great attidtude (Justin Sullivan). The concerts are always full of energy, passion, raw emotions and pure enjoyment. Justin is 66 years old now and watching him giving it all on stage I always think that I would be happy to have half that energy when I will be that age.

New Model Army - Green and grey
New Model Army - Wonderful way to go (the intensity in his eyes at 1:10 :oops:)
 
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