Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by Capt.Tsubasa, May 5, 2012.
X is for Xylophone in Forrest
Damn Yankees -- Those Were the Good Old Days
Ray Walston played Mr Applegate (the Devil) in the original Broadway cast, but you know, this is a musical video thread...
Sadly, this one wasn't a joke, and it is Czech game day.
Z is for Petr Jiráček featuring HonZa ReZak:
I've been waiting for the number slot...
1776 -- Sit Down John
And we're back to the start of the alphabet....
Radiohead - Amnesica Full Album
I should have gone for Kid A
B is for Bonobo - Eyesdown
Now it's my turn!
Apologies, as I feel compelled to repeat C...
for Adriano Celentano, and his classic Italian pop song featuring intentionally English-sounding gibberish; which I feel is highly appropriate as 11 Englishmen just tried to pronounce the word catenaccio for 120 minutes but instead produced a similar, if slightly less funky, gibberish.
De La Soul & Teenage Fan Club
Here is one of there more unknow songs with Teenage Fan Club. It was in a movie called Judgement Night. Took me forever to find this song.
This might be a weird one for some of you...
Enigma - Gravity of Love
Yes, back when MTV actually did used to air music videos on their channel(s).
F is for The Foreign Exchange - The Last Fall
G is for Garfunkel and Oates - 29/31
* explicit lyrics
Back when I was a student worker at the university library, I once spent an entire late night shift playing the Captain Tsubasa NES game online.
Hey, it's the chick from Scrubs.
Don't know how I missed them. Thanks.
But no fair doing a G. You can have all the Zs and Xs....
H is for Harry Nilsson - Everybody's Talkin'
Frank Sinatra singing from The King and I -- I Have Dreamed
J is for Screamin Jay Hawkins -- I Put a Spell on You
HILARIOUSLY lip synced by this dude.
K is for Kelly Joe Phelps
L is for Linger on..
Liza Minelli (& Joel Grey) -- The Money Song from Cabaret
Galaxie 500 - Fourth of July from This Is Our Music
Looks like we both wanted M.....
and I get N -- N.W.A - Fcuk the Police
I guess I've got to wrap my mind around Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean in Les Mis, so here he is...
Oklahoma -- Oklahoma OK!
P is for Pete Rock and CL Smooth - They Reminisce Over You
Separate names with a comma.