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I can see how it would. It has that kind of beat to it. Didn't quite tickle my brain that way though.. 

 

WWH by FF

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dunno why that stuff is "popular", but my best guess is that it's not the music...

 

 

 

i'm guessing it;s not a freddie fender song

 

 

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1 hour ago, scruffy1 said:

dunno why that stuff is "popular", but my best guess is that it's not the music...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this case it became a popular Tik Tok tune and went viral. It's definitely the beat.

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28 minutes ago, SacrificialNewt said:

 

In this case it became a popular Tik Tok tune and went viral. It's definitely the beat.

 

i think it's the vibrating flesh, more likely

 

twerking has that power

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it sounds like someone in a studio playing around with a mic and a sequencer out of boredom after setting up and waiting for the talent to arrive.  it would work very nicely as source music for a heist scene in a film though.

 

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2 hours ago, scruffy1 said:

 

i think it's the vibrating flesh, more likely

 

twerking has that power

 

Tik Tok doesn't use the video.

 

 

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people google the video and fantasise to the soundtrack is my surmise

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I was thinking of this song because I was listening to a Father John Misty album the other day. 

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Posted (edited)

Rhymes with

Fight hinter chimnal by Cleat boxes 

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so it's fleet foxes

 

but the song is not known, and i cbf googling

 

edit :

 

white winter hymnal (asked my daughter)

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10 hours ago, scruffy1 said:

so it's fleet foxes

 

but the song is not known, and i cbf googling

 

edit :

 

white winter hymnal (asked my daughter)

 

The family Google. 🙂

You are correct of course

 

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i win ! i win !!

 

ummmmmm....

 

let's be obscure; british, from 1972

 

pm by nd

 

 

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46 minutes ago, fliptopia said:

A bit too early for napalm death. 

 

not if you were in 'nam at that stage

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59 minutes ago, scruffy1 said:

 

not if you were in 'nam at that stage

If only they used an English metal band in 'nam. It would have been a very different experience. 

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hint time

 

he wasn't really famous till after his death, though he is a noted inspiration for many later very respected artists

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I had Nick's  "Five Leaves Left" album many many moons ago on vinyl .

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, LogicprObe said:

 

Pink Moon by Nick Drake

 

you the winner

 

by luck, back when my modem was "located" in google california rather than australia, a dodgy russian site somehow bequeathed me all 4 of nick drake's albums in flac quality

 

i like them

 

sadly for me the billion died (possibly of guilt), and the tp link has no such ability to pretend it's not here

 

i like this track

 

 

per the wiki

 

There were no documentaries or compilation albums in the wake of Drake's death.[88] His public profile remained low throughout the 1970s, although his name appeared occasionally in the music press. By this time, his parents were receiving an increasing number of fans at the family home. Island Records, following a 1975 NME article written by Nick Kent, stated they had no plans of repackaging Drake's albums, but in 1979 Rob Partridge joined Island Records as press officer and commissioned the release of the Fruit Tree box set. The release compiled the three studio albums, the four tracks recorded with Wood in 1974, and an extensive biography written by the American journalist Arthur Lubow. Although sales were poor, Island Records did not delete the albums from its catalogue.

 

By the mid-1980s, Drake was being cited as an influence by musicians such as Kate Bush, Paul Weller, the Black Crowes, Peter Buck of R.E.M., and Robert Smith of the Cure. The Cure's name derives from a lyric from Drake's song "Time Has Told Me" ("a troubled cure for a troubled mind"). Drake gained further exposure in 1985 with the release of the Dream Academy's hit single "Life in a Northern Town", which included a dedication to Drake on its sleeve.

 

 

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