Madredeus - electronica - That woman has the purest, sweetest voice since young Grace Slick. Just listening to her, my heart aches. Put some earphones on and she will seduce you.

Spongebob theme song... god it is so annoying...

Just Another Poor Boy - Chris De Burgh

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diafol

Spongebob theme song... god it is so annoying...

Is that the 'Who lives in a Pineapple...' or 'Goofy Goober Rock'?
I gotta be honest that last one was one of my favourite tracks when I was growing up (Twisted Sister original).

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LastMitch

Spongebob theme song... god it is so annoying...

Kids do like Spongebob not sure why though.

Is that the 'Who lives in a Pineapple...' or 'Goofy Goober Rock'?

Goofy Goober Rock is from Twisted Sister.

Those were the 80's ... I hardly remember that decade. I'm more 90's.

Those were the 80's ... I hardly remember that decade. I'm more 90's.

And i can't remember any musician from the 90's or 80's... i am more of the 21st century...

Gangnam style

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LastMitch

Just Give Me A Reason - P!nk ft. Nate Ruess

It's OK song but it's bit catchy tune.

Feel this moment -- pitbull ft. christiana aguilara

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diafol

Goofy Goober Rock is from Twisted Sister.

I know - I mentioned the original which was "I Wanna Rock" by TS.

Happy birthday (it was my sis's birthday)

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LastMitch

I know - I mentioned the original which was "I Wanna Rock" by TS.

I'm not into Heavy Metal stuff. That's more Happy Geek genres.

commented: haha +0
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LastMitch

Every road has its thorn - Poison

People Are Strange - The Doors

For the record (excuse the pun) happygeek does not have a genre. The last record I listened to was 'Dan O'Hara' by The Pikemen (Irish folk), before that 'Needle of Death' by Bert Jansch (sixties singer/songwriter) and before that 'Different People' by Biffy Clyro (Scottish rock outfit).

Currently I am listening to 'Made of Stone' by the Stone Roses...

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LastMitch

For the record (excuse the pun) happygeek does not have a genre.

This the nice selection of songs, that one post is like a jukebox:

'Dan O'Hara' by The Pikemen (Irish folk)

'Needle of Death' by Bert Jansch (sixties singer/songwriter)

'Different People' by Biffy Clyro (Scottish rock outfit).

'Made of Stone' by The Stone Roses

The Needle of Death sound like the song called Dust in the Wind.

OK, I should have said the song Dust in the Wind sound like Needle of Death.

Needle of Death came out first.

Made of Stone sound good!

feel this moment - pitbull

harlem shake

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LastMitch

Better days - Goo Goo Doll

taki o taki from Himmatwala(Indian movie song)

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diafol

Tom Jones and James Dean Bradfield (of Manic Street Preachers): I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Zr-fFFRhvY

In fact, the whole TJ "Reload" album. Ooooohhh. Cooler than Austin Powers on the coolest thing this side of Cool City. I'd birth his kids...

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LastMitch

I heard that song. I didn't know that Tom Jones was Welsh. He has this soulful voice plus growing up I thought he was an American.

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LastMitch

Numb - Linkin Park

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diafol

I didn't know that Tom Jones was Welsh

He's our most famous son - and he hasn't lost his Welsh accent either unlike some others (Catherine Zeta Jones springs to mind).