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pepokiss's tracklisting 5 15.63%
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Old 06-03-2006, 07:17 PM   #16
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So it will be interesting to see how my next match pans out now. I'm sure it will be a really close round because votes will be distributed all over the place.
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no, I know about the rules and the links removed. I thought perhaps you could post a link to hippy's site. I should have the PM saved - no worries. I'm voting
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Old 06-03-2006, 08:03 PM   #18
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So it will be interesting to see how my next match pans out now. I'm sure it will be a really close round because votes will be distributed all over the place.
I have a kind of an idea how it will pan out, unfortunately my idea involves me losing
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Old 06-03-2006, 08:25 PM   #19
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I voted VertigoGal. It's a nice mix, but I also couldn't vote for a mix featuring Bon Jovi and still be able to sleep tonight , so that made the choice a fairly easy one for me.
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I find this especially bizarre because I've never before known anyone who even found that song listenable.
What the hell are you babbling about? Great Gig In The Sky is brilliant! Everyone I know that has listened to DSOTM loves that song.

I voted for VG's listing because I like her choices better overall. Although... Pepokiss's choice of Metallica's Turn The Page is excellent!
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Old 06-03-2006, 09:22 PM   #21
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I find this especially bizarre because I've never before known anyone who even found that song listenable.
The Great Gig in the Sky has one of the greatest vocal solos ever, and sounds almost angelic.

To me atleast.

My vote goes to VertigoGal, the songs are mostly my style, and 3535646 awesome points for having Soul to Squeeze. Also, for the same reason BonoIsMyMuse said, I hate Bon Jovi with a fiery passion.
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glad to see a little love for great gig in the sky.

i've never heard anything else quite like it.
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What the hell are you babbling about? Great Gig In The Sky is brilliant! Everyone I know that has listened to DSOTM loves that song.
Reactions from people I know:

"This sounds like three cats being strangled."
"What is this crap?"
"Pink Floyd should never ever employ female vocalists, it just ruins everything."
"Nails on a chalkboard."
"I got a headache from that bloody awful wailing."

I agree with every single one of those comments.
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Reactions from people I know:

"This sounds like three cats being strangled."
"What is this crap?"
"Pink Floyd should never ever employ female vocalists, it just ruins everything."
"Nails on a chalkboard."
"I got a headache from that bloody awful wailing."

I agree with every single one of those comments.
Most "Floyd fans" I know are Dark Side of the Wallers

I call them that because they buy the DSOTM shirts to look cool, and have asked me which one is Pink.

It's ridiculous, if you want to pose, do it with The Ramones.
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Reactions from people I know:

"This sounds like three cats being strangled."
"What is this crap?"
"Pink Floyd should never ever employ female vocalists, it just ruins everything."
"Nails on a chalkboard."
"I got a headache from that bloody awful wailing."

I agree with every single one of those comments.
Tell your friends there's a great big world of music out there beyond white rock music.
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Old 06-03-2006, 09:58 PM   #26
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all this talk has inspired me to put the song on. and now my dad's doing his impression of the song (he knows each wail by heart )...talk about bloody awful wailing.

he used to be big into skydiving..now he's telling me the whole song is really about skydiving, nothing else. "great gig in the sky" haha
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I always think of the part in School of Rock when Jack Black is handing out classic rock albums as homework

he gives the drummer Rush
the guitarist Hendrix
the keyboardist Yes
and the vocalist girl DSOTM for Great Gig

I love that movie.
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Ax, employ the mercy rule. Get a mod to close this poll, and start the next one.
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Tell your friends there's a great big world of music out there beyond white rock music.
Oh, come now, these are open-minded people. It's just we all agree that the woman they got in for DSOTM is terrible. In fact, the female backing vocals employed by PF or Waters/Gilmour solo usually tend to detract from their work in my opinion.

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Ax, employ the mercy rule. Get a mod to close this poll, and start the next one.
But the next round will be the same, except it will involve me being slaughtered.
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all this talk has inspired me to put the song on. and now my dad's doing his impression of the song (he knows each wail by heart )...talk about bloody awful wailing.

he used to be big into skydiving..now he's telling me the whole song is really about skydiving, nothing else. "great gig in the sky" haha


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