Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Joey Kaspick, Dec 5, 2018 at 9:34 PM.
For me it has to be Call Me Al by Paul Simon.
Don Henley "The Boys Of Summer"
A-ha, Take On Me
Rio, Duran Duran.
Billy Squier - Rock Me Tonite
Jeremy - Pearl Jam
Smashing pumpkins.....tonight tonight
Nirvana....smells like teen spirit
Hall and Oates- You Make My Dreams Come True. Great tune but I can’t get Hall’s lip synch gaffs out of my head.
I try my best not to think of the music videos ever. I think most of them are awful. I’ve been mostly successful with this, but the music video for Televators from The Mars Volta always comes up. I think that’s a great video though.
38 Special "Caught Up In You"...so bad, so dated, so low budget, but totally awesome.
Van Halen - Hot for Teacher
You mean apart from Bohemian Rhapsody?
Fleetwood Mac, Gypsy
Beatles, Penny Lane
So many...so so many:
You Might Think
Eyes Without A Face
Money For Nothing
Just to name a few. But just about anything from that era - 1982-1990 or so.
Probably the most fun.
Oran "Juice" Jones" - "The Rain"
Hearing it only on the radio, is like cornflakes without the milk!
Robert Palmer: Addicted to Love, I Didn't Mean To Turn You On and Simply Irresistible
Once In A Lifetime - Talking Heads
Heart-Pet Shop Boys
Dancing in The Dark-Bruce Springsteen
Like A Rock, truck ad video
Guns N Roses - November Rain
This video makes the song. I think that I would not take much notice of this song without the accompanying video. Unlike Sledgehammer which has an amazing video, but the song could grab you without knowing the video. Don’t Come Around Here No More is fine as a song but gets rather repetitive and doesn’t really go anywhere. The video takes you to another place entirely.
"Chandelier", by Sia Furler, and her mini-me dancer.
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