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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kiki, Jan 13, 2007.
" Listen" by Beyonce <3
"C Is For Cookie" by Cookie Monster
"People On The Highway" - Pentangle
To answer your question, then my answer is that I have heard of the group before. The song I did listen to was called, "People On The Highway" and that one was by the same vocal group that did the "Hunting Song."
"Just" (Radiohead cover) - Streetlight Manifesto
Free Like Me-Big Kenny
California Dreamin' - The Mamas & The Papas
I've made a Queen playlist. So far, I've listened to these songs:
Don't Stop Me Now
Another One Bites the Dust
We Will Rock You
We Are the Champions
Under Pressure (with David Bowie on vocals) ...
and then about 30 other songs in between.
Bohemian Rhapsody is the last tune in the playlist...best for last, y'know.
"New Fever Waltz" - Elton John
(I think his entire Diving Board album deserves a mention. It's hard to pick the song.)
Ylvis- The Fox( What dose the Fox say?) Lol
The Aquabat's cover of Hole's "Doll Parts".
This is a perfect example of So Bad It's Good and Stylistic Suck.
Changes - David Bowie
Could It Be-Charlie Worsham
"Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" - Wham!
"Headfirst For Halos" - MCR
Lots of lyrical dissonance here.
Yea. Ik I'm weird.
Cold Beer with Your Name On It-Josh Thompson
"Here to There" - Wembley
A Queen triple threat from Queen II: "Ogre Battle," "The Fairy-Feller's Master Stroke," and "Nevermore."
"Ogre Battle" is one of the precursors to heavy metal like Motley Crue, Judas Priest, and Metallica. It features gritty, driving guitar work from Brian May, outstandingly ferocious drumming from Roger Taylor, and some mind-blowing studio effects in the beginning. "Fairy-Feller" is a quirky, dainty song with Freddie Mercury playing harpsichord and showing off his four-octave range, but nearly getting upstaged by John Deacon's lightning-quick bass playing. "Nevermore" is a piano ballad with angelic backing vocals from Roger, Brian, and Freddie (overdubbed over Freddie's lead vocal). Check out the whole album. It's one of Queen's best.
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