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    Wellington's Victory: Beethoven

    A Ludwig van potboiler in which the British rout of the French is musically portrayed.

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    Strike Anywhere - My Design

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    Amazing Grace sung by Steven Tyler of Aerosmith. (just stuck in my head now) The version is terrible, and I'd rather drill my ears out with burning hot pokers.



    Time to put on some music so I won't have to think about that anymore.
    My travel blog Mostly about riding a motorcycle across the US and Europe. Also has cool things that happen in between.

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    Talking

    Chrissy is my sister! Three is a crowd! or a gang!

    How you remind me by Nickleback

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    Story Of The Year - The Antidote

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    I Did It My Way
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    Sun goes down = David Jordan.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtsiB...eature=related

    a catchy tune
    Last edited by chrissy; 2008-Apr-25 at 07:35 PM. Reason: better version of the song
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    I was listening to "Joe's Garage" by Zappa when I realized I'd not heard "We Are Not Alone" in some time.

    I just listened to it.
    Zappa is genius.
    Where the telescope ends, the microscope begins. Which of the two has the greater view?

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    Revolution = Transvision Vamp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A.DIM View Post
    I was listening to "Joe's Garage" by Zappa when I realized I'd not heard "We Are Not Alone" in some time.

    I just listened to it.
    Zappa is genius.
    Agreed. Playing the Invocation and Ritual Dance of the Young Pumpkin in my head. Like the quote from Holst's "Jupiter" that starts it off.

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    Zombie = The Cranberries
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    Queen: Live at wembly '86

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    My Generation = The Who.
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    Strawberry Fields: Beatles

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    Paradise City = Guns 'n' Roses
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    Sweet Child 'O' Mine = Guns and Roses.
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    They're Coming to Take Me Away: Napoleon the XIV

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    Dances with wolves = Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maksutov View Post
    They're Coming to Take Me Away: Napoleon the XIV
    Ha-ha, he-he...

    I seem to have John Cage's 4'33" playing in my head today. At least it isn't the Wiggles....

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    Dancing On The Berlin Wall - Rational Youth

    "Harry Palmer glasses are required"

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    "Greet the Sacred Cow" - Primus

    Line 'em up now...
    greet the sacred cow!
    Where the telescope ends, the microscope begins. Which of the two has the greater view?

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    "Shake hands with beef" - Primus


    roll out the cannon, boys
    steal us some wine
    puff tiajuana smalls
    shake hands with beef!
    Where the telescope ends, the microscope begins. Which of the two has the greater view?

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    Songbird by All Angels

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    When You Were Young - The Killers

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    "Wait For An Answer" - Dalbello

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    Hey baby = DJ Otzi.

    in a party mood.
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    "Too drunk to die" --- Two Pump Chump


    (one of my buddies is the bassist for this Louisville-based band)
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    Heart of glass = Blondie
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    Shoot To Thrill - AC/DC
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    Ode to Billy Joe by Bobbie Gentry
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