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Soubrette wrote:I love to stick the Buffy The Musical CD on in the car and sing along at top volume :oops:

It's so uplifting (and no I'm not even being ironic there :oops: :oops: )

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What's with the lame-o smileys? :P :D 8)
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Abdul Alhazred wrote:What's with the lame-o smileys? :P :D 8)
My other guilty pleasure :P

Sou

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Soubrette wrote:
Abdul Alhazred wrote:What's with the lame-o smileys? :P :D 8)
My other guilty pleasure :P

Sou

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Super's Ready

--J.D.
Ah yes. One of my all-time favorites.


Walking across the freezing room
I turn the radiator on
Sitting beside you
your hands they feel like ice
Sick, faintly wisps of steam
Rise above our heads slowly
The Super's at the door
With a wrench held high in hand...

"Hello babes, the Super's ready for you,
Oh you babies, the heat will soon come through..."

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Abdul Alhazred wrote:
Soubrette wrote:Understood. Welcome to Skeptical Community.

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Thank you :D

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Ravel's Bolero.
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Abdul Alhazred wrote:
livius drusus wrote:I don't need your stinking guilt. I listen to Air Supply and I sing along loud and proud.
But what if it were something super lame-o like the Monkees? Then you'd feel guilty. :P
Nuh uh. I blast the Buffy musical just as happily as Soubrette does. Oh, and here's another one: Billy Ocean. Caribbean Queen! Now we're sharing the same dream, and our hearts will beat as one. No more love on the run.

That's right, Billy! I'm right behindya. Sing it!

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DrMatt wrote:Ravel's Bolero.
:db2:
Whew. I was afraid you'd say Wagner or Berlioz.

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DrMatt wrote:Ravel's Bolero.
:db2:
Ravel's Bolero is the musical equivant of a dancing banana. In a word, crapola. :P
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Abdul Alhazred wrote:
DrMatt wrote:Ravel's Bolero.
:db2:
Ravel's Bolero is the musical equivant of a dancing banana. In a word, crapola. :P
If only he'd had the sense to embrace atonality and serialism, like most of his 20th century counterparts. Then he could have produced great works.

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Sundog wrote: Whew. I was afraid you'd say Wagner or Berlioz.
Or Gustav Mahler. Wagner without drama.

Robert Wagner was mayor of New York City when I was a kid. No not the actor of that name. :P
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More Supper's Ready:

We leave and go to Willow Farm
To look for butterflies! Daffodills! Full of lies!
Open your eyes! It's full of suprise and everyone lies like the rock on a lox
And the musical box. . . .


At this point, Mike, Tony, Steve, and Phil pummel Peter until he stops and commence with the instrumental parts they wrote. . . .

. . . Peter whines, "you just don't understand me!!" and starts considering a double album about a Puerto Rican gang member--something he knows nothing about--which has absolutely nothing to do with sheep. He then wanders off to Salisbury Hill to sulk. . . .

More Guilt

Cranberries--have to turn off the "Dreams" song when the male singers try to out-orgasm the lead singer.

Louis Armstrong

Shawn Colvin

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I admit it.

I'm a Barnes and Barnes fan.

I can't get enough of the damn fish-heads song.
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Abdul Alhazred wrote:
livius drusus wrote:I don't need your stinking guilt. I listen to Air Supply and I sing along loud and proud.
But what if it were something super lame-o like the Monkees? Then you'd feel guilty. :P

The Monkees super lame-o? No way. They have alot of great songs.

There are manr "real" bands alot more lame-o.

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Soubrette wrote:I love to stick the Buffy The Musical CD on in the car and sing along at top volume :oops:

It's so uplifting (and no I'm not even being ironic there :oops: :oops: )

Sou
Hey I'm dancing crazy!

And possibly the best line ever written for television:

"Yes, I overheard that while the police were taking witness arias."

Or

"And then she went all Yma Sumac on me."

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RedShift wrote:
Abdul Alhazred wrote:
livius drusus wrote:I don't need your stinking guilt. I listen to Air Supply and I sing along loud and proud.
But what if it were something super lame-o like the Monkees? Then you'd feel guilty. :P

The Monkees super lame-o? No way. They have alot of great songs.

There are manr "real" bands alot more lame-o.

A.
You mean like the 1910 Fuit Gum Company? "Yummy yummy yummy I've got love in my tummy..."

Or the Archies? "Sugar-sugar".

Who did that song about peanut butter? "I know a food that's an icky sticky food. Peeeeeeeanut, peanut butter..."

So yes, the Monkees aren't the lamest.

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Sundog wrote:
Abdul Alhazred wrote:
DrMatt wrote:Ravel's Bolero.
:db2:
Ravel's Bolero is the musical equivant of a dancing banana. In a word, crapola. :P
If only he'd had the sense to embrace atonality and serialism, like most of his 20th century counterparts. Then he could have produced great works.

:twisted:
Ah, but he did. He was a bit old for serialism, but stepped right off the boat of functional harmony and kept on swimming! What's wrong with Berlioz?
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DrMatt wrote:Ah, but he did. He was a bit old for serialism, but stepped right off the boat of functional harmony and kept on swimming!
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I did not know that.

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Maybe that's why those works aren't in the common repertoire. :twisted:

What's wrong with Berlioz?
Nothing, if you like drama queens.

His music is a bit frilly and self-involved for my taste.

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So long as it is not Richard Harris complaining about a cake he left in the rain . . . which he cannot "take it" . . . .

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