I've heard this enough, I don't need to hear it again for the rest of my days

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by englishbob, Jan 15, 2020.

  1. DPK

    DPK Forum Resident

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    I agree with all of that, except I don't think I'll get tired of hearing "Everlong," "This Is a Call," or "Ill Stick Around," especially live versions of those tunes.
     
  2. ClassicalCD

    ClassicalCD Make audio great again

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  3. Marty T

    Marty T Stereo Fan

    "It's a Small World After All"
     
  4. Carl Steward

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    We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions. Awful.
     
  5. Spin Doctor

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    What do you think of this version?

     
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  6. bherbert

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    The Beatles in mono, stereo and the remixes. The 5.1 mixes are amazing. I won’t get tired of those.
     
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  7. Carl Steward

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    Or this one. My absolute favorite.
     
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  8. Grant

    Grant Now let that bass fall in! Oh yeah!

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    Especially the guitar parts before the drums kick in.
     
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  9. Grant

    Grant Now let that bass fall in! Oh yeah!

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    Funny how the songs people never want to hear again have so many 'likes".
     
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  10. Dougthesnail

    Dougthesnail The Big Gabagool

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    Can't say I agree with American Pie. The lyrics are incredible and it's one of the only songs that gives me chills.
     
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  11. Johnny Action

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    Usually the band members are in their sixties and have pot bellies. Cringeworthy indeed.
     
  12. Sneezyachew

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    Watch Chungking Express recently?
     
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  13. Fischman

    Fischman RockMonster, ClassicalMaster, and JazzMeister

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    Bob Seeger - Old Time Rock and Roll
    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Gimme' Three Steps
    a good chunk of the Beatles catalog.
     
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  14. Beatnik_Daddyo'73

    Beatnik_Daddyo'73 Music Addiction Personified

    “Beat It” and “Eat It”, “Bad” and “Fat”
     
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  15. Carl Steward

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    I agree with the Beatles, who detested it, about
    Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
     
  16. Suncola

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    "Eminence Front"
     
  17. Spin Doctor

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    Nice man. So raw. Honestly I think CD is one of the few songs that I never get tired of hearing, including the original. It's a perfectly crafted song where you can always feel the sentiment of the song, no matter who does it.
     
  18. M2225

    M2225 Zhar the Mad

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    Any Foo Fighters song already released, to be released, possibly to be released, written, produced, printed, published, unreleased demo, live recording, FM broadcast, tour, Spotify playlist or otherwise Foo Fighters forced upon us through any other sonic borne system.

    Awaiting the usual comment storm, but this is is just a reply to OP thread.
     
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  19. Carl Steward

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    I love Sinatra, but High Hopes never gets played. That and Doris Day's Que Sera Sera. I hated those as a kid!
     
  20. Tristero

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    I felt the same way about this track for a long time, but after hearing it again for the first time after an extended hiatus, I was struck by what a well constructed pop song it was, on the knife's edge between romantic longing and creepy obsession. I don't need to hear it again too much, but sometimes taking a break helps to refresh your perspective.
     
  21. davpel

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    Piano Man (though really anything Billy Joel would qualify).
     
  22. Stone Turntable

    Stone Turntable Dedicated Listener

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    Remember kids, stay in school and don't become "that guy," the one who let overlistening to Classic Rock radio mindlessly ruin a bunch of great songs for him.
     
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  23. monovinyl

    monovinyl Forum Resident

    I agree with the general premise... I never want to hear "take your pick" on the radio again. This is what I've done lately. When I think of or hear a "classic song" I do not listen to it on the radio. Instead, I'll make a mental note or even write the title down...for a future vinyl listening session. It's amazing how refreshing and satisfying digging out an original NM vinyl pressing of a classic artist can sound on a good system. I agree...I cannot listen on the radio!
     
  24. pwhytey

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  25. Dingly Del Boy

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    Agreed, with the possible exception of Fairytale of New York.
     
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