Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Angela 0077, Jun 6, 2010.
Alice in Chains - Them Bones.
Still holds up so well after all these years...
"The Greatest Frank of All" from MST3K.
Sun Is Shining - Bob Marley
"Hot & Cold," Jermaine Stewart
Gorillaz - Dirty Harry.
I saw them live a couple years ago... most of their tracks featuring guest vocalists had totally different guests on them, sometimes even different lyrics. Such an odd experience.
"That Thing You Do," The Wonders(from the Tom Hanks film)
Black Country Communion - 'Song of Yesterday'
I thought they were the Oneders
Right now I'm listening to "Gloria" by Laura Branigan, a staple of my 45rpm and FM radio listening when I was about ten.
Amazing song. One of their best. That one really reminds me of Robin Trower, maybe Bridge Of Sighs.
I have the first 2 albums and am awaiting the third. I hope the talk of a rift between Hughes & Bonamassa is overblown.
I just got two of the five albums from Draconian, the other three are coming soon. My first real foray into Doom Metal.
I'm not normally into the all growling all the time, but great musicianship and a female vocalist balance things out nicely.
"The Cave" by Mumford & Sons.
"You're Having My Baby," Paul Anka.
I'm in a cheese mood right now.
Gold by Prince
Takin' Care Of Business by Bachman Turner Overdrive
A recording of a cover of "Wild Thing" by my friend's band.
Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
"Walk Like an Egyptian" by The Bangles
"Iron Man," Black Sabbath
"The Party's Over" by Journey
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