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Ace of Spades (metal cover by Leo Moracchioli)

Cave Story: Meltdown 2 - Metal Cover || RichaadEB

Mamma Mia (metal cover by Leo Moracchioli)

10 Crazy Lemmy Facts

SNES Medley - Super GaMetal (20k Subscriber Special!)

Final Fantasy VI Battle Theme - Metal Cover || ToxicxEternity


Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Tadd Dameron--Fontainbleau

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A Symphonic Metal Tribute To Undertale


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Winter Wednesday Morning Vacation Free Jazz God/Stoner Rock Legends Mash-Up

Co)))ltrane

[bubble bubble bubble]


A bad week in which to be a musician with the initials "P.B."

Paul Bley, Adventurous Jazz Pianist, Dies at 83

Pierre Boulez, Composer and Conductor Who Pushed Modernism’s Boundaries, Dies at 90

:(


Barbara Manning--1212


The Melodic Metal Band Pathfinder

Pathfinder "Lord of Wolves"


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The Jackson 5 - "I Want You Back"
The Promise Ring - "Nothing Feels Good"
Charlie Manson - "Home Is Where You're Happy"
Reel Big Fish - "Where Have You Been"
Telegraph Hill - "I've Been Thinking Too Much Over These Past Few Months"

Bat Signal - "Open Chords"
Participation Trophy - "Sandcastles"
Department - "The Night Will Belong To Us"
Bridge Under Fire - "Brendan Won't Let Me Call This Song 'Endless Mike'"
Bridge Under Fire - "Clayton's Song"

Iris DeMent - "Our Town"
Tricky (with Martina Topley-Bird) - "Black Steel (In The Hour Of Chaos)" (Public Enemy cover)
MaxNormal.TV - "Laf Nag"
Tom Waits - "Downtown Train"
Tom Waits - "Hang Down Your Head"


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Kiesza - Hideaway


Daily Musical Interludes

Aretha Franklin--"Rock Steady"
Tricky--"Black Steel"
Moby--"Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?"
Lucinda Williams--"Can't Let Go"
D-Tension--"Why I Love You"


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Charlie Haden--"Lonely Woman"
Roland Kirk--"We Free Kings"
Gene Ammons--"Hittin' the Jug"

Sovereign Court

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:


Tricky--"Black Steel"

I love this, actually like it more than the original, but part of that is due to the original... possibly the finest cover ever.


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Al Green covering the the Fab Four
James Brown's version of the Quiet Beatle
and
Manzel - Midnight Theme
Let the soul flag fly!


Weedruid--Into the Acid Swamp


Axel Rudi Pell covering other peoples' tunes.


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Ill Wind - Flashes

And

Back to the Grave Vol 3


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Axel Rudi Pell covering other peoples' tunes.

Still I'm Sad


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David Bowie--"A New Career in a New Town"


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Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

all things Bowie...


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Otis Clay--Trying to Live My Life Without You


drunken_nomad wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Axel Rudi Pell covering other peoples' tunes.
Still I'm Sad

Amazing. I'd never heard that one! Thanks!


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Leaves' Eyes, Meredead album


Limeylongears wrote:
Back to the Grave Vol 3

I think I used to have that one.


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The Electric Prunes--Mass In F Minor


Brandon Flowers, Britt Daniel, Dhani Harrison, Jonathan Bates, Wayne Coyne, and “Weird Al” Yankovic covering the Traveling Wilburys - Handle With Care


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Nirvana

Not that Nirvana - the other one!

"Everywhere he goes, the people shout Frankie
Everywhere I go, they shout 'Winkie wankie!'"

Ohh, 1972, how we miss you.

More Nirvana (UK)


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The Damned - Neat Neat Neat


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The Clash - White Riot

UK Subs - New York State Police

The Ruts - Staring at the Rude Boys


Daily Musical Interludes

The Amboy Dukes--"Journey to the Center of Your Mind"
Tricky--"Brand New, You're Retro"
The Teardrop Explodes--"Treason (It's Just a Story)"
Snowy Dunes--"Atlantis, Pt. 1"


Cain's Offering - The "Stormcrow" album.


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Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Coleman Hawkins Quartet--Today and Now


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Jazzy Maiden Kids - Empire of the Clouds


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The Attack - Strange House

Prime psychedelib*llocks:

"There was a table upside down with no legs and a funny coloured Pink!
There wasn't any chairs, so I sat on the edge of a sink!
I had tea in a clock and I ate a piece of green rock!
It was strange! In his house!"

"I went up to the cellar, which was on the top floor!
I went down to the attic, which was on the floor before!
I landed in the garden, how I did was a mystery to me!
It was strange! In his house!"

Which predicts the arrival of the 'I'm coming up' hitmaker several years before she was even born ZOMGZOMGZOMG.

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They Don't Care About Us by Michael Jackson Meets Metal

OC ReMix #3293: Akumajo Dracula X: RoB 'Mechanical Salvation' [Requiem]

Final Fantasy VII OPENING / BOMBING MISSION - Metal Cover || ToxicxEternity

OCEANS OF SLUMBER - Suffer The Last Bridge

Rest, Repose - "Influence"


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A little early...but, because I got a vacation day from work from the snow, here's some Funk for Thursday:
Defunkt - Thermonuclear Sweat
Chakachas - Stories NSFW record cover image
Harlem Underground Band - Finger In It


Daily Musical Interludes

The Au Pairs--"Come Again"
Aretha Franklin--"Spirit in the Dark"
The Alley Cats--"Nothing Means Nothing Anymore"
The Velvet Underground--"What Goes On"
The Stereo Shoestring--"On the Road South"

The Exchange

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Black Sabbath's Paranoid


Birds outside my window and my roommate playing "Splatoon". I need to get out of the house.

The Exchange

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So, I'd heard of "Dreamer Deceiver" but I'd never heard it before. Holy moly! Now I know why they call Rob "the metal god"!


Roger Waters Amused to Death.

Fun fact: Randy Jackson, former judge on American Idol is the bassist.


captain yesterday wrote:
Fun fact: Randy Jackson, former judge on American Idol is the bassist.

He also played on Journey's worst album from the '80s. Coincidence?


Isn't every Journey album their worst album.


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Lol!


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I know! Bad girl! I'm pussycat!


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Rick James - "Super Freak"
Rick James - "Mary Jane"
Radiohead - "Reckoner"
Def Leppard - "Foolin'"
Colin Hay - "Can I Hold You"

Jawbreaker - "Sister"
Jets To Brazil - "One Summer Last Fall"
Rollins Band - "Gun In Mouth Blues"
Bridge Under Fire - "The Interns"
Austin Lucas - "Alone In Memphis"

Jerry Jeff Walker - "I Feel Like Hank Williams Tonight (live)" (Chris Wall cover)
Magazine - "Permafrost (Peel Sessions version)"
Jimmy Scott - "Sycamore Trees"
Richard Shindell - "Before You Go"
Ohne-ká And The Burning River - "Wildflowers, Everywhere!"

The Specials - "Ghost Town (12" single version)"
Mr. Big - "To Be With You"
Sparks - "This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us"
Tony Sly - "Hey God"
Tony Sly - "Soulmate (acoustic)"


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Zeugma wrote:
Black Sabbath's Paranoid

Electric Funeral


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Limeylongears wrote:
I know! Bad girl! I'm pussycat!

I sat through every frame of that video...TWICE!

along those lines, here's Lupe Fuentes and The Ex Girlfriends - We are the Party (with the Danny Trejo cameo}


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Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Blackstar...


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David M Mallon wrote:
Sparks - "This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us"

I swear there's video of this band where the song ends in a pie fight. I think the keyboard player tries to stay straight and not join in the fight?

EDIT: Found it! All You Ever Think About is Sex


drunken_nomad wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Sparks - "This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us"

I swear there's video of this band where the song ends in a pie fight. I think the keyboard player tries to stay straight and not join in the fight?

EDIT: Found it! All You Ever Think About is Sex

From Sparks' 80s New Wave period.

If I remember correctly, the singer and the keyboard player (the only two consistent members of the band) are brothers, and their schtick is that the singer does all sorts of wild dance moves while the keyboardist stands perfectly still and glares out at the audience over his ridiculous mustache.

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