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Old 02-11-2005, 12:00 PM   #16
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REM - i believe
As soon as I saw this thread title I heard those opening notes. Don't know if it's the best (I'll have to think about it) but it's certainly the first to pop into my head and one of my favorites.
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I like the banjo song played in the movie Deliverance.
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BELL X1- alphabet soup... from Music In Mouth... Go to bellx1.com to hear it!!! Soo soo good!!!! Best Banjo EVER!!!!!!!
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Vertigo -- Temple Bar Remix






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