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Ya know MindCrime I find your avie to be slightly disturbing :couch: I'm kind of afraid to ask, but what exactly is going on there :laughing:

It's a guy having his head exploded by another man jumping on the boat that he's inflating.

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As I believe I have at least once before, this week I am nominating two instrumentals that are so brilliant that they don't stand a chance of getting any votes from anyone. :P

Elspeth Of Nottingham - Focus (1972)

My dentist has this tune in among her office environmental rotation!

When voting time comes, I may experience conflict. One the one hand, the song has that personal familiarity aspect going for it, but also the situational aversion reflex might be too strong for me to acknowledge the correct ranking for the tune.

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It's a guy having his head exploded by another man jumping on the boat that he's inflating.

That's what I was afraid of :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: I've never seen that happen before :crazy: and why do I feel you explained it all so casually? :laughing:

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Accidents Will Happen - Elvis Costello (1979)

Ain't No Woman (Like The One I Got) - The Four Tops (1973)

All My Friends - LCD Soundsystem (2007)

And Your Bird Can Sing - The Beatles (1966)

Angel From Montgomery - John Denver (1973)

Birds Of Fire - Mahavishnu Orchestra (1973)

Celluloid Heroes - The Kinks (1972)

Echo Beach - Martha and the Muffins (1980)

Elspeth Of Nottingham - Focus (1972)

Feel Like A Number - Bob Seger (1978)

Fire Woman - The Cult (1989)

Fool If You Think It's Over - Chris Rea (1978)

Goodnight Saigon - Billy Joel (1982)

Got Me Under Pressure - ZZ Top (1983)

Groove Me - King Floyd (1970)

Handcuffed To A Fence In Mississippi - Jim White (2001)

Happiness Is A Warm Gun - The Beatles (1968)

Help Me Rhonda - Beach Boys (1965)

Horror Head - Curve (1992)

How Do You Do - Mouth & MacNeal (1972)

I Could Fall In Love - Selena (1995)

I Will Remember You - Sarah McLachlan (1995)

If You Love Somebody Set Them Free - Sting (1985)

In The City - The Jam (1977)

I'm So Afraid - Fleetwood Mac (1975)

It's Sad To Belong - England Dan and John Ford Coley (1977)

Knock Me Down - Red Hot Chili Peppers (1989)

Life's Been Good - Joe Walsh (1978)

Little Bit O' Soul - The Music Explosion (1967)

Love You Save, The - The Jackson 5 (1970)

One More Cup Of Coffee - Bob Dylan (1976)

One Step Ahead - Split Enz (1981)

Orange County Suite - The Doors (1967)

Red Hot - Billy Lee Riley (1957)

Rock'n Me - Steve Miller Band (1976)

Roller Derby Queen - Jim Croce (1973)

Rush - Big Audio Dynamite (1991)

Sentimental Lady - Bob Welch (1977)

Sheela-Na-Gig - PJ Harvey (1992)

Show Biz Kids - Steely Dan (1973)

Six Days On The Road - Dave Dudley (1963)

Sleep - The Dandy Warhols (2000)

Smokin' - Boston (1976)

Sorrow - Pink Floyd (1987)

Star-Spangled Banner - Jimi Hendrix (1969)

Stella - Ida Maria (2008)

That's Life - Frank Sinatra (1966)

That's The Way Love Goes - Janet Jackson (1993)

That Was Only Yesterday - Spooky Tooth (1969)

Universal, The - Blur (1995)

Where Do You Go To (My Lovely) - Peter Sarstedt (1969)

White Punks On Dope - The Tubes (1977)

Wondering - Dirty Pretty Things (2006)

Wooden Ships - Jefferson Airplane (1969)

You Keep Me Hangin' On - The Supremes (1966)

Younger Girl - Lovin' Spoonful (1965)

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I did include them, I just didn;t include your edit

So you did. I retract my mock hostility forthwith. ;)

My first nom was "Ballroom Blitz" by The Sweet, which the whole family has "enjoyed" listening to, repeatedly, on a "Family Favourites" compilation CD I made for our holidays.

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I... did? Echo Beach was there all along, and so was your second nomination which I can't remember. And I added Stella at 6:44 pm.

Now there are three of your nominations on the list and I need to remove the one that made the Top Ten already.

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Reading this conversation back, it's all out of sequence. It would be so much better if you could just wait until I've finished speaking, before you keep butting in. ;)

This is indeed hilarious :laughing: :popcorn:

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1. Knock Me Down - Red Hot Chili Peppers (1989)

2. Rock'n Me - Steve Miller Band (1976)

3. Smokin' - Boston (1976)

4. Life's Been Good - Joe Walsh (1978)

5. Fire Woman - The Cult (1989)

6. Star-Spangled Banner - Jimi Hendrix (1969)

7. You Keep Me Hangin' On - The Supremes (1966)

8. Sorrow - Pink Floyd (1987)

9. Orange County Suite - The Doors (1967)

10. Sheela-Na-Gig - PJ Harvey (1992)

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1.And Your Bird Can Sing - The Beatles

2.One More Cup Of Coffee - Bob Dylan

3.I'm So Afraid - Fleedwood Mac

4.Life's Been Good - Joe Walsh

5.Sentimental Lady - Bob Welch

6.Show Biz Kids - Steely Dan

7.Angel from Montgomery - Bob Denver

8.Fool If You Think It's Over -Chris Rea

9.Younger Girl - Lovin' Spoonful

10.Little Bit O' Soul -- The Music Explosion

[smallest] Honorable Mentions:

Sleep - The Dandy Warhols ;)

Sorrow - Pink Floyd

You Keep Me Hangin' On-Supremes

It's Sad To Belong-England Dan and John Ford Coley

Feel Like A Number - Bob Seger

I Will Remember You - Sarah McLachlan

How Do You Do ~ Mouth and MacNeal

Six Days On The Road - Dave Dudley

Rock'n Me - Steve Miller Band

If You Love Somebody, Set Them Free - Sting[/smallest]

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1. Celluloid Heroes - Kinks (The live version from "One For The Road" is one of the greatest songs ever recorded!)

2. Knock Me Down - Red Hot Chili Peppers (This is the wicked awesome tune that really got me into these circus freaks.)

3. Fire Woman - The Cult (The singer's no Jim Morrison, but he could be his understudy.)

4. Goodnight Saigon - Billy Joel (Best song ever written about the Vietnam experience.)

5. White Punks On Dope - The Tubes (The title says it all, man!)

6. Echo Beach - Martha and the Muffins (I remember these weirdos from the early days of MTV. They were comical....kinda like the Waitresses.)

7. Little Bit O' Soul - Music Explosion (The Ramones do a nice cover of this one, too.)

8. Got Me Under Pressure - ZZ Top (Shave the f***in' beards, already, would ya?! You look like the "Homeless Twins" that live a couple of towns over from me.)

9. Life's Been Good - Joe Walsh (Great sh*tfaced sing-a-long song.)

10. All My Friends - LCD Soundsystem (Yeah, I took a listen, and I liked it. Anybody got a problem with that?!)

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1~Roller Derby Queen-Jim Croce

2~I Will Remember You - Sarah McLachlan

3~Life's Been Good-Joe Walsh

4~Accidents Will Happen - Elvis Costello

5~Groove Me ~ King Floyd

6~Fool If You Think It's Over ~ Chris Rea

7~Little Bit O' Soul -- The Music Explosion

8~You Keep Me Hangin' On-Supremes

9~Rock'n Me - Steve Miller Band

10~And Your Bird Can Sing - The Beatles

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1. Feel Like A Number - Bob Seger

2. Sentimental Lady - Bob Welch

3. Ain't No Woman (Like The One I Got) - The Four Tops

4. I'm So Afraid - Fleetwood Mac

5. How Do You Do - Mouth and MacNeal

6. Rock 'N' Me - The Steve Miller Band

7. Life's Been Good - Joe Walsh

8. Roller Derby Queen - Jim Croce

9. Got Me Under Pressure - ZZ Top

10. Smokin' - Boston

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