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what tunes are you listening to?
sweevo
"Enclosure" from "Metal Gear Solid" as well as its remake for "Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots".
 
Joe Dredd
Child Of Auron wrote:

The Stevie Nicks penned epic "Sara" taken from the 1988 Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits album


If only she'd called it "54124".
 
Travisina
Joe Dredd wrote:

Child Of Auron wrote:

The Stevie Nicks penned epic "Sara" taken from the 1988 Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits album


If only she'd called it "54124".

Spoilers!
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
Child Of Auron
Joe Dredd wrote:

Child Of Auron wrote:

The Stevie Nicks penned epic "Sara" taken from the 1988 Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits album


If only she'd called it "54124".


Grin

I really rather enjoyed that
 
Child Of Auron
"Never Be Lonely" by The Feeling from their Twelve Stops and Home album
 
Child Of Auron
"I Know I'm Not Wrong" - Fleetwood Mac (again) taken from their 1979 double album "Tusk"
 
sweevo
The soundtrack to the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive classic "Streets of Rage 2".
 
rojkerr1
soundtrack to Caves of Androzani, Sharaz Jek is a rattlesnake...
 
sweevo
The main theme to "Escape from New York" - one of the coolest themes ever made to go with one of the coolest movies ever made (and a direct inspiration for the "Metal Gear" series). Smile
 
Child Of Auron
"Too Gone, Too Long" by En Vogue. Taken from their EV3 album, which is my favourite album of theirs
 
BradPaula
Having watched "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" for perhaps the 52nd time, I cannot get 'Have a Holly Jolly Christmas' out of my mind. Help!
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Astullken
BradPaula wrote:

Having watched "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" for perhaps the 52nd time, I cannot get 'Have a Holly Jolly Christmas' out of my mind. Help!


I could start singing “It’s A Small World” if you like.Wink. That always gets any other earworm out of my head immediatly
"Blake is sitting up in a tree. Travis is sitting up in another tree. Unless they are planning to throw nuts at one another I don't see much of a fight developing before it gets light!" --Avon
 
Astullken
As for what I am listening to, the main theme from The Great Escape. I really like tthat era of Hollywood’s war films scores.
"Blake is sitting up in a tree. Travis is sitting up in another tree. Unless they are planning to throw nuts at one another I don't see much of a fight developing before it gets light!" --Avon
 
BradPaula
Astullken wrote:

BradPaula wrote:

Having watched "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" for perhaps the 52nd time, I cannot get 'Have a Holly Jolly Christmas' out of my mind. Help!


I could start singing “It’s A Small World” if you like.Wink. That always gets any other earworm out of my head immediatly


Well, that took care of my problem.. but how do I get 'It's a Small World' out of my head now?? *Blake's 7 theme*
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Tyce
What tunes am I listening too? or more precisely what tunes am I dancing too?

Mamma Mia!!.....and all other ABBA songs in the musical of the same name!!

A national tour has just start here for the second time around and I (and three guests) were invited to the official opening on Thursday night (30 Dec). YAY!!! The audience reaction was something else! - they were not just singing, clapping and cheering with the music through the show, they virtually gave standing ovations at the end of most songs. Even the stars of the show (who I interviewed and talked with after the show) were overwhelmed by the audience reaction and said they've never seen anything like it.
 
President Solvite
Ahh now I have some of our Abba renditions from the third Who's 7 convention musical skit that we, er...... well, performed I guess, going on in my head..

Super Trooper (fits perfectly with B7 after a few word replacements)

Always felt that Jenna and Cally were mirrors of Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad or maybe that's just me.. Lovely ladies all of them!
 
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Hugbot
President Solvite wrote:

Always felt that Jenna and Cally were mirrors of Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad

Have you ever seen this?
 
Joe Dredd
I think it was ConFederation (in NZ) where someone sang "Fernando" to Paul Darrow but with the lyrics changed. "But one thing you never knew/I was Bartolomew/Kerr Avon".

She didn't get far as Paul stood up and 'shot' her.
 
rojkerr1
call me snake, sweevo...
 
sweevo
I'm not a fool, Plissken. Smile
 
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