Discussion in 'The Green Room' started by DaleD, Jun 16, 2008.
The Cramps - Goo Goo Muck
Sort of The Beach Boys meets "Summer In The City"
Phil Collins has been living in my head for a while now which has been pleasant enough, but now I think it's time maybe he left, so I'm binging him this morning and maybe he can live in your head now?
Also that is some severe tonal disconnect between how I hear the lyrics and the music video.
But look at the lady in the streetcar window at 3:40, someone's shooting her daily commute for a music video and she's just amused by it all
Such a unique sound that he adheres to, so it's startling when I find out he sang something else that I know like "That's Just The Way It Is" or "Another Day In Paradise"
The volume on Cornbread is a little low - crank it up and enjoy hearing the band CRUSH this song into oblivion!
hmmm......not bad but it reminds me lot of James Brown's "Hot Pants" at times.
I had this song on a Cramps cassette tape back in 1983 - damn I'm old as dirt!
Found this one... oddly likeable.
background on this song: I just sent on a weekend trip out of town and my wife forgot her CD collection (break my heart) so we had to listen to the radio. Anywho this song came on a couple of times - definite ear candy! I found out it's in that movie trailer with Steve Correl as some brain damaged guy or something.
side note the drummer looks like one of my son's good friends! Anyway, enjoy!
And now for something completely different:
I'm sure those of us with small children can relate.
Not real crazy about a group that calls themselves "Tenebrae" (Darkness). But, I can't find fault with their translation in Latin of Psalm 51.
I am unsure as to what this song is about.
damn awesome production! That guitar sound really seals the deal.
(seven out of the first ten results for Youtube Gloria on Startpage are now Laura Brannigan)
I have gone obsessed with Tommy February. Practically only listened to her for the last six months.
This guy won a Grammy for his theme of Civ 4 (The Lord's Prayer, in Swahili, of all things). So, as someone who is taking classes to learn ecclesiastical Latin, this work is great.
Ran across music by this Russian girl, I don't understand much of what's she saying, but I like it.
The first and second are the same, one's a video and the other is at a concert
From the same concert
You don't really want to know how I came across her music, I'll just say I doubt she got royalties from it
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