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Have any?

Here's mine for this moment in time.

Alice in chains - Nutshell – This song is a poignant reminder of the torment of Layne Staley through his Heroin years, which eventually lead to his death in 2002. A very sad and deep song.
Tina Turner - Private Dancer – The whole thought of Tina Turner being my private dancer is what’s keeping this song fresh in my mind. yuck.
Others:
Bob Dylan – Lay Lady Lay
Chemical Brothers – Galvanise
Erasure – Breathe
Plaid – Zeal
The velvet underground – who loves the sun
Roxy music – jealous guy


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Re: Thread: Songs that you cannot get out of your head!


Most recent:

1812 Overture
In the Court of the Crimson King
Sound of Silence
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Theme Song(Extended)
and an unknown Ennio Morricone track

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I have one particular song in my head at the moment by uber-gay 80’s outfit Erasure. The song is called Breathe and from the new album Nightbird.

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oh. and 'I stay away' by Alice in Chains emoticon

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Aha's 'THE SUN ALWAYS SHINES ON TV'

.a gem.

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A cheesy song I heard on an anniversairy of a friend of mine. His girlfriend and others were dancing on that f*ckin' song.

It's like this:
Theo, Theo, wat raar, je haalt de letters, de letters door mekaar.

It's a song children and it means:
Theo, Theo, how strange, you seems to make wrong combination with the words.

Just so AWFUL! Can't believe someone is playing that song on your 18th anniversairy?! emoticon

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JS bach's 'Sleepers Awake'. A creeper number which I didn't know the name of till last night. It goes that I've known this classical piece all my my life but can only remember when It featured somewhere, which could help me name it. Where it was featured was the classic FRIDAY THE 13TH game on the classic console C64 (bit like the spectrum). Amazingly, the game came out in 1985, so I must have played about 4 years later, aged 4. Anyways, since playing the game it's always, I mean always been haunting me cause I didn't know the name of it or who it was by. Thankfully, I found out it was by Bach, cause someone else like me had asked what the song in the game was called.

Other tunes:
Cygnus X - The Orange Theme
Aha - Velvet
+ a shitload of trance



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C64? Sounds interesting, but it would be more interesting if something like that would creep into one of the films.

My recents:
-another Morricone track, from Kill Bill(though I heard it before seeing the movie)
-some unknown 80's pop song
-one of the villian themes from Megaman 1 or 2(it might be Cutman's theme, I'm too lazy to check)


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90's trance:
'Sash! - Mysterious times'

Worth a listen if you can find it.

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Three words: Electric Light Orchestra. It's things like this that send one to a padded room.

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