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Discussion in 'Music' started by L. Anton Dencklau, Jan 31, 2008.
It's actually a very good vocal track. He's an excellent screecher, and various other noise maker.
First of all, great track. What a cool find.
Now, for the fun. Pair it to totally inappropriate instrumentals! Play both tracks in different windows:
YouTube - Manhattan Skyline ( Instrumental ) - David Shire
YouTube - Love Unlimited Orchestra - Love's Theme
YouTube - Morning Dance
Come up with some other fun ones!
Here's one that works better than most.
YouTube - walter murphy - 5th of beethoven
Nah. This is the best:
YouTube - David Shire-Night On Disco Mountain-Audio
YouTube - PICK UP `D PIECES * awb
I know I'm the only one this amuses, but it bumps the thread anyway.
I went thru and tried to sync it up with most of the enya tracks on you tube, but it never really got there, and after about a half an hour I had a little moment of realization that I was spending time listening to _enya_, and it didn't seem as fun anymore.
Yeah, it's mainly just to hear Dave going YEAHHEH! AHHHHHHHH! over the start of something, and then it kind of falls apart.
YouTube is the greatest showcase for people with lots of time on their hands doing creatively funny stuff by mixing media:
David Lee Roth on American Idol!
Finally, somebody found a good use for the track. That's the best use of Idol since the furniture ad guy.
YouTube - Flea Market Remix
That is so funny. We have always known that rock singing wasn't about being in tune or on key. There was a video from a recent Van Halen concert I watched last week, an Eddie Van Halen guitar solo, it was hoot also. I would pay to see these guys perform, what entertainment it would be. I will bet that the group wishes their last gig a long time ago was their swan song, this concert tour is going to provide a lot of material for youtube and these guys will be joke forever.
I wish someone would do this for Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, I think that guy would be in a class by himself.