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your theme song

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by faustian bargain, Jun 15, 2005.

  1. Aaron

    Aaron Well-Known Member

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    Hey Guys,

    Awesome thread, some people already took "Mannish Boy" and "Green Onions" so here's some others:

    "Move on Up" Curtis Mayfield
    "Sex Machine" James Brown
    "Cello Suite No.1, 1.Prelude" Yo-Yo Ma
    "Spill the Wine" Eric Burdon & WAR
    "Callin' Out" Lyrics Born

    Aaron
     
  2. faustian bargain

    faustian bargain Well-Known Member

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    (Ambulance Chaser @ June 17 2005,14:33) Two 80s classics: "Eye Of The Tiger" by Survivor "Here I Go Again" By Whitesnake
    I love it.
    scorpions - "rock you like a hurricane" (another one unfortunately co-opted by an ad campaign) ac/dc - "back in black" def leppard - a medley: "pour some sugar on me", "foolin'", "rock of ages", and "bringin' on the heartache"
     
  3. modsquad

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    "Steppin' Razor" by Peter Tosh is still up for grabs.
     
  4. Huntsman

    Huntsman Well-Known Member

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    Danse Macabre -- Camille Saint-Saëns Classical Gas -- Mason Williams In the Hall of the Mountain King -- Grieg Love is Blue -- Paul Mauriat Whiter Shade of Pale -- Procul Harem Life Less Ordinary -- Carbon Leaf Linger -- The Cranberries GLycerine -- Bush Fine Again -- Seether Yeah, I have many moods... Regards, Huntsman
     
  5. Stu

    Stu Well-Known Member

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    Originally Posted by Stu,June 17 2005,13:02
    DR: Â I swear we must have partied together in another life:
    Is that a Sears poncho? Zicon-encrusted tweezers Dinah-mo hum Funny songs; great times.
    "Can you imagine, freaking out in Minnesota? MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Minnesota." _ "Hi there boys and girls, I'm Jimmy Carl Black and I'm the Indian of the group." _ "You can jam in Joe's garage, but there ain't no dope nor LSD Just a couple of quarts of beer will fix it so the intonation, will not offend your ear...."
     
  6. globetrotter

    globetrotter Well-Known Member

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    Eine kleine Nachtmusik or roland the headless thompson gunner, by warren zevon
     
  7. Stu

    Stu Well-Known Member

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    Zevon's first album was one of the most amazing albums ever recorded.
     
  8. Mike

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    I forgot a couple of funky ones-

    Machine Gun - The Commodores

    Cissy Strut - The Meters
     
  9. Roy

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    I'd like to add, I can't dance by Genesis.
     
  10. j

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    (LA Guy @ June 17 2005,14:11) Quote  Just about everything by the Rolling Stones except Wild Horses and Angie
    Hey.  Both good songs, especially the former.  Are you still traumatized  by the time the big bullies caught you in the school bathroom singing Angie and stuffed you in a locker, j.?  Cause it's okay to still feel that way, you know?  It's okay...
    One story behind Angie, don't know if it is true, is that it supposedly refers to Angela Bowie who was freaked out by walking in on Mick and David in bed together. Course it could be just like that story about Rod Stewart getting his stomach pumped. Remember that one?[/quote] No no no, I like both songs, but they are not my theme music. BTW, how did you know about the locker room thing, man? That's weird.
     
  11. globetrotter

    globetrotter Well-Known Member

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    (globetrotter @ June 18 2005,07:53) Eine kleine Nachtmusik or roland the headless thompson gunner, by warren zevon
    Zevon's first album was one of the most amazing albums ever recorded.
    amen.
     
  12. RJman

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    "You're so vain".
     
  13. faustian bargain

    faustian bargain Well-Known Member

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    ah, yes...haven't we all lip-synched to that one while dancing in our underwear in front of the mirror...
     
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    (RJMan @ June 20 2005,10:38) "You're so vain".
    ah, yes...haven't we all lip-synched to that one while dancing in our underwear in front of the mirror...
    ummmmmmm, not me.
     
  15. Stu

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    Bob & Tom, a syndicated morning FM radio show out of Indianapolis, did a parody of that shortly after Kurt Cobain blew his head off. It was really sick, but sort of funny as well.

    All I remember was the line: Brains in my coffee.

    Savage.
     
  16. mnemonic

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    funeral march by chopin.
     

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