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    USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Had fun with the jukebox tonight at a local joint. Everything from Benny Goodman to Ana Tijoux to Tribe Called Quest to Hank III to Darude.

    When Darude came on, yes, I owned it. I admitted I put it in. The bartenders laughed and said "It's too early for this!"

    Edit: also slipped in Bloodhound Gang (Lap Dance) and Richard Cheese (Enter Sandman). Yes, I'm evil sometimes. But in a fun way!
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Oh, Bloodhound Gang. Soundtrack to my bachelor party. I regret nothing.

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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    Oh, Bloodhound Gang. Soundtrack to my bachelor party. I regret nothing.
    That's actually part of the reason I played it. One female of our group had never heard of them. So, of course.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    That's actually part of the reason I played it. One female of our group had never heard of them. So, of course.......
    It's awesome that you chose the song where everything but the vocals comes from a crappy little Casio keyboard from the 80's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    It's awesome that you chose the song where everything but the vocals comes from a crappy little Casio keyboard from the 80's.
    That's the other reason. She did agree that the crappy Target Demo Casio Keyboard added to the song. Actually, you might remember her from tailgate: Mankato Amy. (She doesn't post on any boards). She was in town, and came to Ansari's to meet up with Dillo, Gator, and I for the lulz.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Quote Originally Posted by Shirtless Bob
    Happened upon this video of Mark Knopfler, Sting, Phil Collins, and Eric Clapton performing Money For Nothing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CB9OrGZ7-c
    There's also a video on YouTube of Knopfler and Clapton playing this at a festival in 1990. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7PLy2CjKd4

    As good the music is, as awful the suits and hair are.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Guided By Voices...this band is like a modern-day Husker Du.

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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    I've been a huge Queen fan since my best friend bought me News of the World for my 10th birthday. We must have listened to it 5-6 straight times before my mom made him go home and I've not stopped listening to almost everything they've done. However one of their hits I could never wrap myself around when released was Radio Ga Ga. Even their performance at Live Aid - which is perhaps the greatest rock performance of all time (even as condensed as it was) - couldn't sell me on the song. However, my wife is a huge Queen fan also and on the way back from the airport last night I put on their Greatest Hits and when Radio Ga Ga came on for some reason I felt like I had been missing out on it all those years.

    Their entire Live Aid show.

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    Re: Radio Ga Ga:

    I've heard that across the board from all music fans. It's even hard for me to listen to that song (although you have just reminded me about it, so add that to the Jukebox Wrecker Arsenal).

    Related, after Metallica did Stone Cold Crazy, I can't listen to the original. Metallica just owned that song.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

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    I listen to "Sheep Go To Heaven" before I go to work.
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    Singles soundtrack on loop here lately. Grooving out to Chloe Dancer in particular, but feeling the whole disc. Missed out on the special edition vinyl recently.

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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Quote Originally Posted by ShirtlessBob View Post
    Actually, I thought I would get more Portishead and Mazzy first, then go with Sneaker Pimps and other downtempo artists.
    Don't know who is on your list, but I'd say Morcheeba needs to be right after Portishead, especially their first two albums. And Lamb should be somewhere near the top as well.

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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Quote Originally Posted by bostonewe View Post
    Singles soundtrack on loop here lately. Grooving out to Chloe Dancer in particular, but feeling the whole disc. Missed out on the special edition vinyl recently.
    I got the Deluxe version they just released this year. It's 13 tracks on disc 1, and then another 18 on disc 2. Disc 2 is a combination of full songs from the interludes during the movie, and liver performances from some of the original soundtrack songs.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Quote Originally Posted by ShirtlessBob View Post
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    I listen to "Sheep Go To Heaven" before I go to work.
    Not familiar with that album but the group often delivers. Interesting folks.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    I love 7/4. Always break out my Murica playlist on Spotify up at the lake. Great mix of everything from country, rock, some new stuff, the service academy songs, and whatever else screams "Murica!"

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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    I love 7/4. Always break out my Murica playlist on Spotify up at the lake. Great mix of everything from country, rock, some new stuff, the service academy songs, and whatever else screams "Murica!"
    Had to crank out Ray Charles' America The Beautiful at OC today. Best version I ever friggin' heard. Just.....from the heart. Love that version.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 4: Songs She Sang to Me, Songs She Brang to Me

    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    I got the Deluxe version they just released this year. It's 13 tracks on disc 1, and then another 18 on disc 2. Disc 2 is a combination of full songs from the interludes during the movie, and liver performances from some of the original soundtrack songs.
    Nice! I heard about it, but didn't grab it. Maybe I'll pick it up next weekend.

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    ****...My iPod finally flatlined...any thoughts on a portable device that can hold 160+gigs of music? Or am I SOL?

    I haven't tried uploading music to google music or tried iCloud just yet as I'm a bit of a curmudgeon.
    Any suggestions would be quite welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solovsfett View Post
    ****...My iPod finally flatlined...any thoughts on a portable device that can hold 160+gigs of music? Or am I SOL?

    I haven't tried uploading music to google music or tried iCloud just yet as I'm a bit of a curmudgeon.
    Any suggestions would be quite welcome.
    I bought a 1TB external drive at best buy for under $60

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