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Doctor Destiny, February 24, 2005 in Off-Topic Discussion
Missing '70ties? Here you have.
Someone decided to use Hell March to the Apocalypse and turned that into this:
These are the best music parodies I have heard and seen so far (even for PSY english covers):
I am still waiting for a parody version of PSY Napal Baji (Misheard Lyrics) by that same guy.
Yes, there will be Top Gun 2 in the future. Speaking of more rock music from the 80s:
Another rare 80s music video:
The three versions of Hawaii-Five O, one of the best TV theme songs ever.
The modern version:
The reboot remake version:
Eight years ago, this song was a single and now eight years later the official music video is here:
Jerry Martin - Re-Development [simCity 4 Soundtrack]
That video is as old as the single itself.
Speaking of more 80s music:
Ha... you've got to stop listening to the voices in your head!
gorgeous remix... luv it!
Been looking for the Rocky IV theme version of Pokemon, it's the Gym version:
Yeah, that's one of the most underrated theme songs of all time.
Kraftwerk - Radioactivity [Radio-Activity]
Rick Roll is back at age 50.... oh, wait..... he's still got a great voice.
Bjørn Lynne - Swim Like A Brick [Worms 2 OST]
I don't know how Vitas got a female opera voice, but he's one unique Russian singer.
....which also led me to his latest song:
I need some Christmas mirth... what else can you suggest? Here's a couple to get you started...
I can't determine which of the four revisions of Hell March to the Apocalypse sounds better:
Zak Belica feat. Sarah Ravenscroft - What's The World Come To [siN Episodes: Emergence OST]
I wish Lady Gaga returns back to a voice that I hear of before which doesn't sound like a monster, but this sounds weird for a country song.
Epic Sax Guy was an Internet meme? That's overrated (not to mention epic as cliché), and the song itself isn't really epic at all... even the repeated sax melody from the song could have used further improvisation.
Probably the best electronic song of the 1970s:
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