What's your best karaoke number?

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  1. Angelo.M

    Angelo.M Producer

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    Admit it, you like karaoke, and you're pretty good at it! Well, what's your best number?

    Mine is The Weight. But only at a certain bar, after a significant amount of sake...
     
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    I do my David Lee Roth or Sammy Hager to a Japanese CD single that features the karaoke versions of "Jump" and "Top of the World". No, not some cheesy instrumentals either; it's Eddie and the boys backing me up while I play my air-guitar along side EVH.

    [​IMG]
     
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    My standard is Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit though I've been known to pull off Queen - Fat Bottomed Girls, the Kinks - Lola, and Hole - Doll Parts too.

    Chris
     
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    Easy, it's the best Karaoke song ever:

    "Punk Rock Girl" - The Dead Milkmen
     
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    ^Great song!

    Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back" is one tune that I've been known to do [​IMG]

    Gfly1
     
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    Mike:

    Have you ever tried other stuff by the Milkmen. How about bitchin' camaro?
     
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    If I had the voice I would do "Sexual Healing" or "Let's Get it On" by Marvin Gaye, but I've yet to get the nerves to even try Karaoke yet, soon though [​IMG]
     
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    Friends in Low Places. Not even a big country fan, but it's a great drunken crooner with a bunch of buddies.
     
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    Won a thousand bucks doing "Just a Gigalo". Man, I miss those days.
     
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    Solo it has to currently be Shizuka na hibi no kaiden wo, in a group I've been Jamming with Dragon Ash's "Grateful Days"

    Real men only karaoke in the original Japanese [​IMG]
     
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    Would have to be Kung Foo Fighting by Carl Douglas. It's just one of those songs you can get into while you sing it - kicks, karate chops, etc,. [​IMG]

    - Andrew
     
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    Kung Foo Fighting; that's a classic! Throw on some Hi Karate (do they still make that stuff?) and you've got yourself some serious karaoke.
     
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    I am told I do a mean "Stand By Me". but I have to be pretty much drunk to do it properly, hence I offer no personal opinion as to how good it actually is. [​IMG]

    ordinarily I'd say I'm a pretty poor singer, I'm not tone-deaf or anything and can hold a tune, but I have not been blessed with good vocal chords.
     
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    anyone do to sir with love?

    that song can bring the house down...
     
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    SEVEN by Prince

    Not very well though[​IMG]

    Brent
     
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    WHIP IT by Devo
    Takes no singing skills whatsoever
     
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    Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash
    Six Days On The Road by Sawyer Brown
    Plowboy by Cledus T. Judd

    These are my three most requested when I go out, but there are about 75 other songs which I do at some time or another.
     

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