Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by Capt.Tsubasa, May 5, 2012.
G is for Gappy Ranks - Maddest Ting
H is for The Hives -- Two Timing Touch and Broken Bones
Live and fantastic.
I for Skinny Puppy - The Choke (live)
Wow... can't remember the last time I saw Skinny Puppy.
J is for Joe Jackson -- Got the Time
(Did not know Anthrax covered this -- actually learned something from YouTube comments. Shocker.)
Really can't give you enough rep for Joe Jackson.
Not surprised it's been covered. It's a great great punk song.
Kings of Convenience is an indie folk-pop duo from Norway
L is for Little Stevie Wonder - Everybody Come On Yeah Clap Clap Your Hands
Sweet Feathery Christ -- the song clip is great enough, but those have to be the greatest end credits in the history of moving images. With Bonus Peter Lorre? Are you kidding me?
Coo Coo for CoCo Puffs.
Wow -- sorry to break thread form, but a two second search resulted in the knowledge that those end credits are actually a knock off from the previous "Beach" movie, Beach Party.
And the dancer is the same, one Candy Johnson.
So I'll say M is for Meth's ... a Helluva Drug.
N is for NickleBack...
On second thought, it's for "Nighttime Ramblin' Man" by Hank III on Craig Kilbourne...
O is for...
Some Nights - originally by Fun. Covered here by Walk Off The Earth & Julia Nunes
I generally go for the face melters. Glad you enjoyed it.
P is for Philharmonic, as in The Berlin Philharmonic, here conducted by Sergiu Celibideche and playing in the post WWII ruins of their hall in Berlin. The video says it's 1950 but I think it might be a couple years earlier than that.
Q is for Quantic & Alice Russell with the Combo Barbaro - Look Around the Corner
Bumpin bass: check.
Thumpin kick: check.
Dope horns: check.
Eric B on wax and Rakim on the mic: check.
Wack ass 90s video: check, check, check.
R is for Eric B. and Rakim -- Don't Sweat the Technique.
Saturday Night Fever -- Stayin' Alive
T is for Tomorrow- The Brothers Johnson
U is for Rupa & the April Fishes - Une Americaine a Paris
At last, V. I've been waiting for this for a while.
Since I'm doing musicals, and I can get both Robert Preston and Julie Andrews in the same video, it's kind of the culmination of the theme.
Victor / Victoria -- You and Me
All Along the Watchtower - Cover by Bear McCreary
X is for the X-Men animated series theme (orchestral version)
I saw this on broadway with Julie Andrews when I was a kid. Awesome.
Y is for the Yardbirds -- For Your Love
And I have no idea where that video is from, but I love it.
For a certain age group, it looks your parents bridge club all got slipped a massive dose of ecstasy (and dance lessons).
Holy crap ... on closer inspection, it looks like some of those dance steps are directly copied for the epic Fatboy Slim / Spike Jonze "Praise You" video.
I bet a few minutes of research would bear me out.
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