Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by bluestreak, Mar 11, 2008.
This has been stuck in my head all morning.
EVERY time I put the album on. It's driving me mad, because I love the album and I hardly dare listen to it - it literally keeps me awake, it burrows in so deep
Still, could be worse. Could be Stevie Nicks' Rooms on Fire
Woke up with this, inexplicably
Sara is only marginally better because it was sampled in this record. Absolute classic.
Stuck in my head.
I'd misheard the title as "My dear mister Shane", which I've looked for for ages, then I g*ogled it last night and found it- it's "bei mir bist du schön', which with yiddish pronounciation sounds a bit like 'sheyn', apparently... never heard of this vocalist Martha Tilton, but she's got great timing and this is the grand uptempo 'swing' version of the track, an earlier version featured the er, vibraphones and was a few milliseconds slower and less catchy, although it too has its charms...
anyway... now that I've found it, I can't get it out of my head!
It helps if you love the mysterious film 'Orlando'. This was the closing tune....
Stuck in my head because there are now 99 Windows 7 updates whenever I build a PC...
this is in my head a lot, my brainwaves seem to fall back on it
Aaaarrgghhh, my mate played this on Saturday and it's been stuck ever since. Get Out!
I liked it as a teen too, or the ladies in it anyway
Oh god no , not this
Spoiler: really, you never want to hear this again
You know when you get an earworm so determined it actually interrupts itself in your head and starts again before it's finished?
This has been mine since I listened to the Handful of Earth album on Saturday.
It was slightly appropriated by the Better Together campaign a while back (smart move imo - if I'd been running the campaign I think I've proposed it to replace the current national anthem), but even trying to dislodge it by picturing David Cameron crooning it isn't working.
WOW! Blast from the past!
On a similar tip...
This one gets painful after a couple of hours...
oof yeah i can imagine!
*just edited my post with the live version of Didnt We....she was so good...RIP Whitney....
one week later and i just caught myself singing Cherish! Fuuuuck
I am sorry!
Watching a couple of banger racing videos on Youtube has left me with what's effectively the sport's theme tune stuck in my head:
Ella, ella, ella
ey, ey, ey
Under my umber-ella, ella, ella
ey, ey, ey
...keeping me awake last night
Haven't heard the song in years so it must because I saw Home with bob_jr at the cinema last week (Rihanna does the girl's voice).
the theme tune being engine sound?
any idea where the nearest banger racing to london happens?
No, 'Mouldy Old Dough,' usually played whilst the cars are on their parade lap. You can hear it over the engines in that video.
Three little-known facts about it. 1. It was the first no.1 single to feature mother and son. 2. Hilda Woodward, who played one piano, was at the time the oldest person to have appeared on Top of the Pops. 3. Her son Rob, playing the other piano, was reputedly wearing trousers made from a pair of old curtains.
I think there's still banger racing at Wimbledon stadium, but AFAIK the place is under threat of closure and redevelopment. Not sure where else there is in the south-east these days. East Anglia is banger-racing central, though: there are tracks at Ipswich, Swaffham, Yarmouth and King's Lynn.
*e2a* There is a track in the south-east, at Arlington, near Eastbourne. Not sure how I forgot about that one, given that I used to go regularly when I lived in that neck of the woods.
specifically the piano riff
That's a horrible piece of music. Sounds like the worst of the 80s, Hue and Cry or something.
lol, yeah, it's very 80s, but I like that "Boys of Summer" type stuff on occasion
and that may be all i need to know ........
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