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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.

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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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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.

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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...

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

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

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Goofy Goober Rock is from Twisted Sister.

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

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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.

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Every road has its thorn - Poison

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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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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!

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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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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).

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