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  1. #3601
    Some days I just need something bass-heavy with a steady beat to numb that part of my brain that sometimes need to be numbed:

  2. #3602
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    is almost


    what a master of mic placement vs vocal volume
    Last edited by PigLick; 23rd Jun 2020 at 09:25.

  3. #3603
    The numbing continues:


    Edit:
    Also, watch out for the nun.

    Edit 2:
    The parfait crowd had some great moves, whereas this one seems a little stiffer (nun not included, of course).
    Last edited by qolelis; 26th Jun 2020 at 19:48.

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    Sofi has done this more technically proficient but never where she had more fun and that is pure joy to see.



    Oops meant to post this one. Well, it's a double win then.


  5. #3605
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    Never heard of The Waterboys before. Sounds deep.

    I keep looking up at that Melody Myers video. Goddamnit. If you made her a true blonde (maybe she is, she has those drawn on eyebrows) and gave her ice blue soul crushing eyes she would be the girl who broke my heart in high school. Why do we recall the one who broke us more than all the victories? Maybe not the ultimate victory but still. Got to poke yourself with a stick every so often I guess.

    Here is something completely unrelated and weird as shit.



    Ah hell, here is one totally on point by Myers words and all but just makes me want to kick her in the crotch.


  6. #3606
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    The Whole of the Moon's a pretty classic rock song, Tocky. I hadn't heard the version where they had a violin part in there, it's a fine embellishment.

    I might have posted this before, but it deserves to be heard more. I'm generally not a fan of hip hop/rap, but this song has a line on deft pop hooks while being fundamentally about struggle.


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    Shit. When I posted I didn't know it would go to the top of the next page and I would be looking at Melody/Laurie for a full page of songs. Same forehead, same brows, same eyes, same cheekbones, same nose, same lips, same chin, same smile, same gestures, it's like there is a template that gets used again sometimes. I need to post more songs so I can put some distance and not be tempted to look. I just don't feel like anything upbeat just now. At least I'm not posting Same Old Lang Syne by Fogleberg.



    Ah hell, maybe "something" a bit more upbeat of his-


  8. #3608
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    Props to Jesh for finding this. Timely, too, though there's always time for wistful beach rock.


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    When you make the music video and just film random crap.


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    Last edited by Nachzehrer; 30th Jun 2020 at 21:27. Reason: used [URL] instead of [VIDEO]

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    Last edited by Dahenjo; 2nd Jul 2020 at 09:17.

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    My favorite Beatles song.


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    I just came back in from an epic downpour, one of the things Scotland is so very famous for. This was the song I was thinking of the whole time. Everything was soaked, trousers tripled in size and weight, water-resistant coat not resisting rain very much. Feet, very dry. My new boots are good, just the wrong size. But of course, at the back of my head was also the point of the lyrics. But that's another story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howeird View Post
    Oh, hey, I saw Tinariwen live at a rock festival some 20-odd years ago. Good show. And for some reason I thought about them just last week. How weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by howeird View Post
    Tinariwen (+IO:I) - Sastanqqm * (Known as the desert rockers from Mali) Filmed in the Sahara Desert - Has a good beat but you gotta wait for it.
    Shit that IS good. Camels and dominoes and rock and roll I guess then. Who woulda thunk?

    My favorite song my senior year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howeird View Post
    [URL="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vACZA9dGvV4"]DJ Shah feat. Inger Hansen - Don't wake me up * (Attractive model included) Filmed in the Balearic Islands.
    I enjoyed this, thanks for sharing! The vocalist has a pleasant voice, the melody and beat are nice, the woman is attractive, but also, having been to the Balearic Islands in 2018 (Ibiza), I enjoyed seeing the sun-drenched landscape, buildings and water again.

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    Sort of celebrating our own 4th of July here in England where pubs have just opened again...


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    "It's like twice the child of hell to me." LOL. Great turn of phrase and I agree. LOL at Die Woody's too. If I listen to anything German it's going to be metal. This isn't bad. It's got a good riff going and she isn't at all hard to look at. Nice voice but limited by the pretentious style of metal. I like it in spite of that though.


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  21. #3621
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    The music to this scene in remembrance of Ennio Morricone, who just passed away.

    It takes a legendary composer to draw mystery, tension, and drama out of a scene where the actors are largely just staring at each other.

    Last edited by demagogue; 6th Jul 2020 at 04:45.

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    well, these two




  23. #3623
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    The great opening scene from The Hateful Eight - nature is beautiful, but it can also kill you - with the music by Ennio Morricone that sets the mood perfectly. Rest In Peace Maestro Morricone!


  24. #3624
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    This is always going to be one of the most amazing pieces of music I've ever heard, and I knew it the moment I heard it in the movie when I was all of 8 years old.



    Rest in peace, Ennio.

  25. #3625
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    Yeah that is timeless, Metallica always opens their concerts with this, so I've been told.

    This is my favorite music/scene of the classic Morricone-scored Western movies: the climax (and reveal of what the harmonica was all about, so spoiler alert I guess) of Once Upon A Time In The West.


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