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  1. Looky here, I wouldn't ask such a thing as that. I'm being totally honest. I wouldn't ask you for your password, account number, or even SSN. Only a dirty fool would do that. So please believe me when I say, I'm not one of those dirty fools!
  2. You've got to be kiddin' me! I would never ask for such a thing. And besides, these aren't government votes, so no, they're not confidential!
  3. What exactly is your perception of these tunes? I'm confused.
  4. I just heard a rare extended version of Whitney Houston's "Just The Lonely Talking Again", and I'm wondering, where can I find a high quality stereo MP3 version of this recording. Does anybody have any suggestions as to where I could find it and who I could ask? The link where I heard this particular version is found on
  5. And, with those guys like Limewire, you never know if those videos are porn in disguise. I had that happen to me with Kazaa, when out of nowhere, without my consent, these videos were being downloaded automatically to my laptop a few years ago. Videos that I didn't ask for. There was even one that was actually a virus, so now I have to be careful where I go to find my music and videos.
  6. I'm looking for the video of VH1 Behind The Music: Selena in high-quality format. However, the only version of the video I can find is a low-quality one on http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=54452216. I know there used to be a version of this on Youtube, but for some reason, it's mysteriously been removed. Does anybody have any suggestions for me?
  7. Colin Hay is no "b*stard"! First of all, I'll have you know that he was born to married parents, and secondly, he's not a hateful or unpleasant man. He's a loving Scottsman, and on top of that, he's quite a sweet Australian!
  8. Colin Hay is no "b*stard". First of all, I'll have you know that he was born to married parents, and secondly, he's not a hateful or unpleasant man. He's a loving Scottsman, and on top of that, he's quite a sweet Australian!
  9. Maybe I could ask Colin. Do you think he's the one who knows?
  10. One band I would like to see reunite, with all its original members is, Men At Work! Wouldn't that be amazing? As someone once put it, "Vegemite! Maaaaaaaaaaaaate!"
  11. Gotta be a big clock for a chime of that tone. How can a clock that big fit in a guy's pocket? Is that even a possibility?
  12. Strangely enough, when I talked with Nathaniel, he said they didn't have any of those ones. You might be confused because there is one on Phil Collins: "Face Value". As for "Back In Black", you might be confused on that one as well, because there's a series called "A Classic Album in Review", which according to Nathaniel, is a cheap imitation of the original. What it is, is they don't even have a single band member in these ones, and they have like a tribute band playing the bands songs, with what seems like people expressing their opinions on the album, rather than having the actual bands interviewed, and the master tapes of original studio recordings being played. So my question is, where did you get the idea that they had some of these in the "Classic Albums" Series?
  13. Hi there, all you fellow Songfacts Members. I wonder, what do you think of these as suggestions for adding to the "Classic Albums" series? The Making of Journey, "Escape" The Making Of AC/DC: "Back In Black" The Making Of Men At Work: "Business As Usual" The making of Journey: "Frontiers" The Making Of AC/DC: "Razor's Edge" The Making Of Sting: "Nothing Like The Sun" The Making Of Def Leppard: "Pyromania" The Making Of Sting: "Dream Of The Blue Turtles" The Making Of Phil Collins: "No Jacket Required" The Making Of Enya: "Watermark" The Making Of Shai: "If I Ever Fall In Love" The Making Of Joni Mitchell: "Blue" The Making Of The Beatles: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" The Making Of Simon And Garfunkel: "Bridge Over Troubled Water" The Making Of Men At Work: "Cargo" The Making Of Whitney Houston: "Whitney Houston" The Making Of Savage Garden: "Savage Garden" The Making Of Paula Abdul: "Forever Your Girl" The Making Of Boyz II Men: "Coolyhighharmony" The Making Of Whitney Houston: "Whitney" The Making Of Stevie Wonder: "My Cherie Amour" The Making Of James Taylor: "Sweet Baby James" The Making Of Natalie Imbruglia: "Left Of The Middle" The Making Of The Police: "Synchronicity" The Making Of James Taylor: "Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon" The Making Of Vanessa Williams: "The Comfort Zone" The Making Of Phil Collins: "But Seriously" The Making Of Vanessa Williams: "The Right Stuff" The Making Of Fleetwood Mac: "Tango In The Night" The Making Of James Taylor: "Hourglass" The Making Of Simon And Garfunkel: "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, And Thyme" The Making Of Richard Marx: "Richard Marx" The Making Of Dire Straits: Brothers In Arms The Making Of Stevie Nicks: Bella Donna The Making Of The Police: "Outlandos D'Amour" The Making Of Heart: "Dreamboat Annie" The Making Of Simon And Garfunkel: "The Sounds Of Silence" The Making Of Heart: "Heart" The Making Of Richard Marx: "Paid Vacation" The Making Of Stevie Nicks: "The Wild Heart" The Making Of The Police: "Reggatta De Blanc" The Making Of Heart: "Bad Animals" The Making Of Dan Fogelberg: "Souvenirs" The Making Of Whitney Houston: "I'm Your Baby Tonight" The Making Of The Police: "Ghost In The Machine" The Making Of James Taylor: "James Taylor" The Making Of Pink Floyd: "The Wall" The Making Of Luther Vandross: "Any Love" The Making Of Def Leppard: "On Through The Night" The Making Of Michael Jackson: "Bad" The Making Of Stevie Wonder: "Innervisions" The Making Of Luther Vandross: "Songs" The Making Of Def Leppard: "High N Dry" The Making Of Stevie Wonder: "Talking Book" The Making Of Michael Jackson: "Thriller" The Making Of Richard Marx: "Rush Street" The Making Of Pink Floyd: "Wish You Were Here"
  14. If all of you guys think that it's footsteps, then where does that chime come from? And, how can they be footsteps, when in fact they're evenly spaced, and at about 200 beats per minute? And, they're so sharp, with the chime, it could be a ticking clock, like that in a Church Tower.
  15. What's your Email Address? This way, I can send you the song, since I have the album it's on, "Cargo".
  16. Vote to vote? That's interesting. Which team are you on? Are you with Team Men At Work? Or are you with Team Larrikan?
  17. Any other members want to vote out there?
  18. On the song, "Dr. Heckyll And Mr. Jive" by Men At Work, there's one thing that's struck me as interesting. The intro. When I listen to it, I hear what sounds like wind blowing, soft ticking, and then a chime. When my partner listens to the intro, to him, the ticking sounds like someone's footsteps. Where did that intro come from? And what is that chime? Is there a "Making of Men At Work: Cargo"? If so, where can I listen to it?
  19. Plagarism? Don't you mean plagiarism?
  20. I've posted a pole based on this "Down Under" versus "Kookaburra" lawsuit, in the "Questions and Answers" forum, if any of you Songfacts members wants to vote.
  21. I read recently that Men At Work's hit song, "Down Under" was involved in a lawsuit. Apparently the argument was over the fact that the flute riff was taken from the classic children's tune, "Kookaburra". How many of you Songfacts Members notice a difference or a similarity between the two songs? Do any of you think that the two songs are exactly identical?
  22. Yeah, and the 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders TV Themes Edition.
  23. Where would I find a DVD copy of VH1's One-Hit Wonders series? Anyone have any suggestions?
  24. That's a tough one! I guess I'm a doodoo brain, as I didn't know what I was thinking when I made that pole.
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