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your theme song

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

  1. Eric

    Eric Senior member

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    Eagles - Take it Easy

    Beatles - All you need is love

    Bush - Glyserine

    Smashing Pumpkins - Disarm

    Edit: To add Smashing Pumpkins song

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  2. Eric

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    Every me Every you - Placebo

    Great song, doesn't it play at the begining of Cruel Intentions?

    Eric
     
  3. modsquad

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    RJman's post and his former avatar suggest the perfect theme song for the Styleforum, a record which happens to be straight outta Brighton: "Zoot Suit" by The High Numbers.
     
  4. countdemoney

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    My vision is more RJMan bustin' loose with his own version of Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's, "It takes two". There'd be different words and the song is about the relationship between customer and tailor.

    There's a lyric in there where Rob talks about EZ Rock and says, "only cuts the records that I say". In the RJMan version it goes, "only cuts the fabrics that I say".
     
  5. countdemoney

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    And I should add one more song.

    Blood, Sweat & Tears - I love you more than you'll ever know
     
  6. Mike

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    Jumpin' Jack Flash - The Rolling Stones

    Can You Hear Me Knockin' - Stones, again

    Lawyers, Guns, & Money - Warren Zevon

    Ramblin', Gamblin' Man - Bob Seger

    Pick Up The Pieces - Average White Band

    Green Onions - Booker T & The MGs

    Jump Into The Fire - Harry Nillson
     
  7. Mr Checks

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    Give a listen:

    At one point early in my life, I was certain that my destiny included a sunburst Les Paul from the inside cover of "Live Bullet." I'd be playing rhythm as the organ kicks into Ramblin' Gamblin' Man.

    Alas, I am a lawyer.
     
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    Great thread...

    Harold Faltermyer - Fletch Theme

    Theme from Sanford and Son

    If I had a choice for song to be playing in my head all the time, maybe Air - La Femme d'Argent. But I dunno if I want that to be the title of my theme song...
     
  9. Stu

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    "Penguin in Bondage" by Frank Zappa
     
  10. LA Guy

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    Um, Biggie's "Playa's Anthem"?
     
  11. Steve B.

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    Never heard the song, but I bet it's damn funny...

    Imagine- John Lennon

    Plus many, many more...

    Tree-hugging, hippie inspiring, non realistic ditties
     
  12. Etruscan

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    A short list:

    The Smiths, "William, It Was Really Nothing"

    The Pretenders, "My City Was Gone"

    Elvis Costello, "Suit of Lights"
     
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    "A great, great song."

    koji
     
  14. Patrick Bateman

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    (Patrick Bateman @ June 15 2005,13:01) "Sussudio" by Phil Collins
    "A great, great song." koji
    "A personal favorite" [​IMG]
     
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    (Thracozaag @ June 16 2005,07:26)
    "Sussudio" by Phil Collins
    "A great, great song." koji
    "A personal favorite" [​IMG]
    [​IMG] Jon.
     
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    imageWIS Senior member

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    Originally Posted by imageWIS,June 15 2005,19:33
    Can?t really nail one, but here are a few: True Faith ? New Order Every Me Every You ? Placebo Shadow On The Sun ? Audioslave Jon.
    Every me Every you - Placebo Great song, doesn't it play at the begining of Cruel Intentions? Eric
    Yes it does. And True Faith is used in American Psycho in the club scene with the models. Jon.
     
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    Motörhead & Ozzy Osbourne - I ain' t no nice guy.

    Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil
     
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    one of my all-time favorites is English Beat - Mirror in the Bathroom ...but i hesitate to name that a theme song since it sortof reinforces some narcissistic tendencies. the New Order songs mentioned earlier are really great too, they always put me in a good frame of mind. I also like David Bowie - Suffragette City ...but as I don't really know what the song means, I don't know what relevance it has to my life. All I know is it rocks.
     
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    Grateful Dead - Touch of Grey
    Frank Zappa - Montana
     

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