Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Angela 0077, Jun 6, 2010.
Something by The Beatles
"Shahdaroba" by Roy Orbison
"Will There Still Be a Clown in the Sky For Me," Joel and the 'Bots from the very end of a 1991 episode of MST3K.
Love ME Two Times by The Doors
"Ghost River" - Nightwish.
I think the heaviest I'm ever going to go, it's an amazing tune, the introduction and pretty much all of the instrumentals are epic, as are the verses and the chorus but the prechorus (growling/screamo) is really hard to get used to, and I'm not sure if I ever will. This is probably some of the heaviest Nightwish there is. I'm really getting into them now, never really liked any metal before at all (with the possible exception of Linkin Park, but there I avoid most of their really heavy/ screamo tracks) but NW is so versatile with so many different genres, I've heard Jazz, acoustic rock, indie, classical music, film type music (very much this) and even a smidgen of pop influences in their songs. They've got to be admired for that.
(ETA: I forgot Folk/Country and Celtic.)
Car Wash by Rose Royce
The Bomb-Pigeon John
Oye Como Va by it's original composer Tito Puente
"Hot Hot Hot," Buster Poindexter
Spider-Man by The Ramones
Crazy Love by Van Morrison
"Moonlight Shadow" - Mike Oldfield
"Celebration" - Kool & The Gang
Little Mix - Wings
"Cops & Robbers" - The Hoosiers.
Emmelie de Forest - Teardrops
"Voyage Voyage" - Desireless
"The Man in Me," Bob Dylan
"Sunset Cruiser" - Port Blue.
"Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine" - The Killers.
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