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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by segageek, May 23, 2015.
Survivor didn't do that song...
You're right, it was Robert Teppert. A fact I knew but I was getting it mixed up with Burning Heart which *was* by Survivor. Look, I can only keep so many of my cheesy Rocky songs straight when there's more than 1 in a movie.
It's fine. That movie is a cheesy 80's musical anyway.
F#A# Infinity by Godspeed you! Black Emporer
Yeah I never realized it until I watched it again the other day just how much music was in that one compared to the previous 3. It was basically a boxing music video.
Does anyone know a good band with amazing female vocals? Something haunting like deftones but a with a woman singer.
Hotline Bling by Drake
I'm sorry I'm only just now seeing this, but Draconian!
Make a Jazz noise here.
Frank Fuckin' Zappa:
Some orthodox chants.
Agni Partene - https://www.youtuberepeater.com/watch?v ... ni+Partene
Valaam Monastery Chants - https://www.youtuberepeater.com/watch?v ... Full+Album
Me likey! Welcome to the forum, sir!
Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties - Our Apartment
Hey, thanks! Here's one bit less cryptic (thou French girls are singing):
Mostly Japanese anime songs from famous Japanese bands like Flow and One Ok Rock.
Then currently addicted in listening to "Solanin" by Asian Kung Fu Generation because the last movie I've just watched titled Solanin as well.
^ Haha, I used to listen to those bands when I was in high school! Asian Kung Fu Generation, Flow, One OK Rock.
At the moment I've started listening to heavier music, like Five Finger Death Punch. I've started to listen to that when at the gym lifting. I can't stand the regular music they have at the gym, which is pretty much the "most popular songs of today", e.g. shit pop and techno.
Don't know what's going on in this thread, but these are two fantastic covers:
Take On Me
Everybody Wants to Rule the World
Today on Staten Island is the St. Patrick's Day Parade (because Staten Island is weird like that)
So I had the perfect song out for it, a Power Metal song from the band Civil War, because nothing is more metal than hearing a Swedish band named after an American War play an epic song about a Fabled Irishman.
Some quick sillines:
Yeah big fan of those JRock bands as well! Oh. I think I'm gonna try that Five Finger Death Punch.