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PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



dirigible stew posted:

I think there are two songs in this video, the first only being just a short intro and what I really am looking for is the second song with someone playing a string instrument.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsHinBZPrho

I really like that song and I hope at least someone else knows it, thanks in advance.

Apocalyptica - "Path" from the album Cult

e: 1/2 beaten

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PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



McBryce posted:

I'm pretty sure the song I would like identified is from the mid 90s.

Nas - If I Ruled the World (feat. Lauryn Hill) maybe? Came out in '96

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



CloseFriend posted:

This one's a longshot, as even Google failed me... I'm looking for the title and artist for the theme song from Baseball, Minnesota, the 1996 documentary about the St. Paul Saints. I remember that the song had the line "a year ago he never even got a second look" and its main chorus was "I just want to be famous" (but it wasn't that awful Puddle of Mudd song). I think it was an unsigned/not famous band. Anyone know?

Ted's Lunch - Famous

according to http://www.fyssas.com/discography.html

that was some hardcore googling, let me tell ya, good luck finding that cd anywhere

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Cotton B. Gross posted:

This is really, really vague, but I'll see if you guys can help me.

There was a song I heard on a classic rock station about 7 or 8 years ago that I liked, but still don't know the name of. It started with a lengthy instrumental section which kind of reminded me of the end boss music from Final Fantasy VI (I think there was some organ), and then had some vocals. Note: It is NOT anything by Emerson, Lake and Palmer; I know because I have their entire discography.

Santana - Samba Pa Ti?

sounds pretty close to the Kefka theme, at least in the beginning

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



CloseFriend posted:

Thanks; I really didn't think anyone was gonna get that. poo poo, you're right. Amazon, eBay, and iTunes have all failed me. That is some seriously obscure poo poo right there.

You might try writing them at the address listed here

http://www.fyssas.com/ted's_lunch/

Ted's Lunch
2428 Charles St.
Vancouver, BC
V5K 2Z9

but that's an 11 year old address.

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Gary the Llama posted:

I believe the song I'm looking for is fairly recent... Probably within the last few months. His voice almost sounds like Ben Folds... It's a happy song and the lyrics have a part that goes "just show me those/your legs" or "I just wanna see those/your legs". Also, I believe there are lyrics about a train... And the chorus may have something similar to "this is good, this is great" in them.

Any ideas?

Underworld - Banstyle/Sappys Curry?

It's not recent, though. This is more of a techno/house song than Ben Folds

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Potzblitz! posted:

Okay, this is going to sound incredibly vague... I have no memory of the song, I just remember the video.

There's a dude, a blonde and some kind of dwarf dancing around like idiots in some kind of fantasy land, green hills and everything. It came out in the mid to late '90s. And that's all I remember, sorry. I think the song was very cheery and upbeat, but I'm not sure. I don't even know if it was any good to be honest, I just want to know what the hell it was.

Help me please.

sounds like Men Without Hats - Safety Dance

http://youtube.com/watch?v=HcOZ6xFxJqg

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Monster w21 Faces posted:

Ok folks this is a weird one because I know the song and I know the artist. The thing is I don't know in which collection the track can be found.

The track is by v/vm and is a cover of forever young by alphaville.

It can be heard here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyuvhcvVxD8

My problem is that I don't know where to find it.

http://brainwashed.com/vvm/news/dow...202_vvm_ps2.htm

There's the V/Vm page about the song you're talking about, it seems to have been written just for that ad, and most of the fan forums that I've googled say that it's as of now unreleased. Supposedly there is an effort to put out a V/Vm box set, according to this site

http://www.aimoo.com/forum/postview...hreadID=2853770

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



TapTheForwardAssist posted:

It's a spoken-word piece over a musical background, kind of like a more intense version of "It's Okay to Wear Sunscreen"


The narrator is telling a story about how he went on a date with an older woman, and she took him for a crazy ride up in the hills above the city in her sportscar, jumped on top of him, and then started giving him advice on living for the moment.

Any idea who this would be?

And while I'm here, does anyone know what band did the goth parody of "It's Okay to Wear Sunscreen"? With lines like "Memorize all the lyrics, even if they're in German / Especially if they're in German".

I'm working on the other one, but Wikipedia says there's a version by the Die-Gerd Show called "FKK (Everybody's free to wear gar nichts)", maybe that's it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wear_Sunscreen#Parody

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Ebjan posted:

I think this song is from an English group but the lyrics I think are:

You say we should go out, I say we should go out so lets go out

In the middle of the song it sounds like the singer is using a talk box

maybe Elliot Smith - Alphabet Town?

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Tentacle Therapy posted:

Anybody know what is played between 00:00 and 00:29 of this spoof Alien Ressurection trailer? (Possibly )

Thanks!

EDIT: Never mind, the music is Marche Slave, Op. 31 (Tchaikovsky).

haha, crap, efb. I actually emailed the guy who put up the video and he said it was Marche Slave.

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



queenoffarts.edu posted:

Going to try and see if anyone can figure this out from the description of the music video.

It was a hip hop song that was based around the singers neighborhood if I recall. He was riding his bike around his street and rapping about it not in a straight out of Compton type way but just kind of light heartedly. I think Spike Lee directed it but checking the music videos that he gets credit for on Wikipedia and other sites proves pretty useless; they only list a few when I know he has directed a ton.

there's a more complete list at this site, maybe something will jump out at you

http://www.inmotionmagazine.com/slee2.html

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Analog posted:

Here's one that has been bugging me for years now. Back in late 1999, early 2000 I used to hear a song on an alternative radio station every time I made the 2 1/2 hour drive back and forth from college to my parents house. I've never heard the song anywhere else, only on that one radio station, so it probably wasn't a huge hit or anything. The only thing I somewhat clearly remember about the song at this point is that the lyrics included something like "satellites of fire" or "fire satellites".

Obviously not a lot to go on, but again: 1999/2000-ish, male singer, played on an alternative radio station, lyrics about fire satellites(?).

Maybe P.O.D. - Satellite, came out in 1997

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Captain Charisma posted:

There's this rap song I just heard in the cafeteria and I'm pretty sure I've heard before. There's a kind of high pitched voice that sounds muffled and it says MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY over and over. I'm sure it's popular but I haven't listened to top 40 radio in 5 years so please help me out.

Maybe 50 Cent - I Get Money?

http://youtube.com/watch?v=fbM9EP2G0LM

e:

Captain Charisma posted:

2. Well that's clearly bullshit because it says it was recorded in 2001 and on the bottom timeline it says it's from 2001 and Amazon says it's from 9/11/01. I think some dipshit just changed it to his birthday.

Plus I clearly remember Alive was the first single and was released in 2001.

Yeah, I thought to myself that I remembered it coming out on 9/11 with Slayer's God Hates Us All but I let wikipedia sway me.

PissFilledCumBubble fucked around with this message at Sep 11, 2007 around 04:07

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



tacodaemon posted:

This might be kind of obscure but I have a vague memory of being extremely feverishly ill with the flu one day circa 2002 and catching part of a music video on a local cable access channel.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=z7itHHrTty0

Dashboard Confessional - Screaming Infidelities maybe?

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Ducay posted:

This is an odd one guys. Ive heard it many times, and it was on a commercial on the radio today, and I had to find out the name of this song.

I think it may be a showtune or something. So basically its a solo male signing it, definate marching tempo, possibly a school anthem or something.

Goes like this
"I've been educated in mathematis, arithmatic....."

He goes on with other courses and such. Like I said, he goes through the subjects quite quick and definatly in a march tempo/beat.

Its fairly well-known song/chant, so hopefully someone can see past my bad explination.

could it be Sam Cooke - Wonderful World?

http://youtube.com/watch?v=wOHfhP-38OA

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



buyable posted:

The intro to "color of tempo" by prefuse 73, off one word extinguisher. been trying to find this one for a while, anyone have any ideas as to what it's from? I think the lyrics go

"I'm standing on the curb(cuff) smoke for elevated sound
you can listen if you want in your system let it bump"

I think the lyric is "I'm standing on the cusp of an elevated sound", and according to http://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php...d=1363288&page= they sampled a line from Diverse's song "Move" from the Move EP.

a glance at Diverse's wikipedia page says

quote:

He has professional relationships with RJD2 and Prefuse 73. He contributed to Prefuse 73's album One Word Extinguisher, rhyming on the track "Plastic"

so obviously he is at least on one track of the album. hope this helps!

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



!Klams posted:

Hey, ok so Dinosaur Junior were on MTV2

try looking through this list of videos

http://www.freesofree.net/downloads.php

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Acenate Prophet posted:

This isn't so much a song identification request, but has anyone figured out the actual source of that Bombs Over Baghdad rock remix? Back in the day it was always credited to Zack de la Rocha but I've never been able to pin down whether he actually did it and where it came from since it was the age of Kazaa and the like.

according to wikipedia,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B.O.B.

quote:

There is a remix of the song, replacing the beat of the song with heavy guitars. Officially, the author of the remix is unknown, but it is often attributed to Zack De La Rocha or Rage Against the Machine.

so that probably didn't help you at all

e: i've done some more googling and have seen a few places saying that the other 3/4 of Rage actually helped create the remix, so i don't know what the gently caress

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Jun 27, 2006



The-Mole posted:

I've been trying to remember who this line is from if anyone recognizes it.

"I'll resurrect your aborted baby and kill it again"

The rap is probably 5-10 years old most likely, if that helps?

Thanks in advance, this is really bugging me as I hate not remembering who something is by.

google says Immortal Technique - Creation & Destruction, from 2001's Revolutionary Vol. 1

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



powermaxoo posted:

This song comes on the Top-40 stations a lot and I can never figure out the name/band. Here's some lyrics:


"I'll take you for who you are, if you take me for everything..."

"I don't mind, don't care, as long as you're here..."


Agh...it's stuck in my head, please help me.

Sick Puppies - All the Same

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



MrGreenShirt posted:

Definitely not. The only place i could find the song was in this horrible little video. The audio's all messed up, but you can hear it fairly clearly from 1:06 to 1:08 and a very slowed down version from 0:38 to 0:44.

Seriously, it's like the song powerhouse, that it's in a bunch of cartoons, everybody's heard it before, but few know the name of it. I just have to put this to rest once and for all.

I guess besides stereotypical organ grinder music, it's also kinda stereotypical gypsy music.

This is the song

http://youtube.com/watch?v=lx9tD9tU0UU

And I've found a bunch of people referring to it as "Tarantella Siciliana", if that helps, but I've yet to figure out the composer

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Arwox posted:

why doesnt anyone know my song?

was the song in the soundtrack? you might start there

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



guruant posted:

Ok, I've been trying to find out what song this is for about 2 years. I've only heard 3 times on the radio, yet I still can't identify it. So here's a description:

It's definately a classic rock song. At least that's what I believe.

The beginning of this mystery song has guitar playing that sounds familiar to the playing that starts about 25 seconds into this video (http://youtube.com/watch?v=cLTumk3OXMg). You know with that asian kind of flare I guess.

The chorus sounds like "And it hurts, and it hurts, and it hurts" and continues with that a couple times. At least, that's what it sounds like.

Some of the other lyrics in the song may include "fire lights your eyes" or "world slows you down". For some reason it reminds of the Flock of Seagulls.

If you tell me what this song is I'll love you forever internet stranger.

try looking through this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitar_in_popular_music

quote:

Alright guys, here's a song that I've heard used a thousand times but I've never actually heard the original song. It goes something like "Help me, I think I'm falling in love again..."

The most recent appearance is in this video from 0:42-0:55

what video?

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PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006




since he mentions Joni Mitchell, i would guess Joni Mitchell - Help Me

the lyrics fit the song as well

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Socket Ryanist posted:

I was at a dance, and the DJ (Genki, if you've heard of him)

http://asylum.dreamchaos.net/djs.htm

quote:

DJ Genki : Arguably the most noticable name and face in the furry dj circuit, and even the mainstream trancecore circuit,

hahaha

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Butt Reactor posted:

ooh, that's not it. Close though. I remember hearing it for the first time at a friend's rave back when I was a junior or senior in high school, so it would be at least 3-4 years old. The vocals may not necessarily be Russian, but definitely comes from some famous dramatic opera (German maybe?). poo poo, it would be so much easier if I knew where the vocals were from

try looking for songs that sample Carl Orff's Carmina Burana

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Butt Reactor posted:

Holy loving poo poo, I should give you a medal or something. O Fortune is exactly what I was looking for in the vocals, now I just gotta find the remix of it

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O_Fort...Popular_Culture

quote:

Electronica band Apotheosis, released a few versions of a track featuring "O Fortuna" in 1989 which the Orff estate sued to stop the distribution of.

maybe?

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Massive posted:

Calling all Leftfield fans, I need a track ID! What's the title of this second track?

http://www.tomato.co.uk/tomato.jsp?...1_leftfield.mp4

a wild guess maybe, but perhaps "A Final Hit"

the same video appears on the cover of their greatest hits cd from a couple years ago

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



antishatter posted:

I have not been able to find a song which I believe to be by bad religion. The only line I know is along the lines of "we dont need no bad religion" or something like that.

maybe Bad Religion - God Song

"...religion's just synthetic frippery, unnecessary in our expanding global culture of efficiency."

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Loutre posted:

Another one of those deals where I can hardly describe it at all, but I'd feel like poo poo if I didn't at least try.



(What I believe to be) a 90s rock hit, with a female lead singer.

The only lyric I can remember sounded like "late at night when I'm lying in bed" or "hurts my head" and she did a lot of 'falsetto, deep, back to normal singing'

I've tried every single hit I can think of from solo female rock artists, and I'm out of ideas.

Shawn Colvin - Sunny Came Home?

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



SnackinStarfish posted:

There's a catchy tune that I can't identify at about 5:33-5:40 in this Tourette's Guy video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Vpo7y-MI1g

I think I've also heard it in an episode of Spongebob Squarepants.

Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass - Spanish Flea

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Spider Crusoe posted:

I'm trying to remember the name of a female musician. I think she's European and she has an odd name. I believe I've heard people say she makes progressive rock. Tall, skinny, dark hair. Not well known, but it seems like goons like her.

Frou Frou?

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Cheese Hostess posted:

This song has been driving me crazy for the past couple days because I suddenly remembered it for no particular reason. I don't think it was even very good, I just want to know what the hell it was.

I think it must've been from the late 90s, 2001 at the very latest because that's when I stopped listening to the radio. It played on a modern rock station - all I can remember is a dude screaming "you think you beat me, you think you beat me", while there's a female MC going "stupid-rear end sucka, such a bad motherfucka" in the background. Google turns up nothing.

Broken Smile - Hateful Offensive?

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



GBart posted:

Anyone know what the Rise of the MK 4 one is?

Craig Armstrong - PM's Love Theme

from the UK version of the Love Actually soundtrack

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



GBart posted:

I could swear I've heard it somewhere else. Never seen Love Indubitably Actually.

It's also on a Oklahoma Sooner football '04 season fan-made highlight video, if that helps V:)V

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Gayrod Fink posted:

uh ok i am having trouble finding the title to a recent sort of dancey/hip hop track that comes on all the time whenever i turn on the radio to the top 40 stations.

it has that 4/4 clap/kick beat and the girl is singing a thickly accented series of garbled or non english...i know thats not much to go on but its seriously all i can remember until I hear it again

Maybe Lil' Mama - Lip Gloss?

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



Spider Crusoe posted:

I'm looking for a popular Euro anthem style song, probably from the '90s. It seems to get played at sporting events, probably meant for soccer. I don't recall any lyrics other than a crowd going "aaaah" at different pitches and durations. It's not the "Ole" song.

I'm thinking Zombie Nation - Kernkraft 400

PissFilledCumBubble
Jun 27, 2006



gingersmurf posted:

Can anyone tell me who sings this song? And the title?

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?f...ideoid=23994258

Dirt Nasty - Droppin' Names

http://www.myspace.com/dirtnasty
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Rex
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTu6VAIHE24

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Jun 27, 2006



foundtomorrow posted:

This one might be hard because it is so old.

I used to listen to it on 8-track and I have no idea who it was or what year it's from, but I've been told that it was most likely Olivia Newton John. I basically searched every one of her songs and could not find this song though.

The song has something to do with a bridge, possibly a bridge being burned down or something, and it's definitely a woman singing.

I know that's not very much to go on but that's all I remember from this song and I remember it being an excellent song back in the day on the 8-track player.

It was pretty catchy and I assume it was pretty popular maybe in the 60's-70's.

Thanks for your help if you can help me find this awesome song that has something to do with a bridge.

It might be Bobbie Gentry - Ode to Billie Joe, from 1967

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