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Songs that are owning you right now

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David Bowie's 'The Jean Genie'. Trevor Bolder's bass line is too good for words.
post #2 of 1003
That is a great song. Bowie's Diamond Dogs always gets to me.

Beck's Golden Age is so fucking beautiful. I plan to use it in the movie I wil write one of these days.
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Phil Collins's In The Air Tonight. I find myself constantly humming it. Ohhhh Lord.
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I got two songs in my head, The Haunted - Smut King & David Bowie - Life on Mars? And now I just downloaded Mastodons cover of Orion by Metallica, so I'm sure I'll be humming that one soon enough.
post #5 of 1003
Hmm... I guess "right now" is relative.
post #6 of 1003
'Rhyme & Reason' by Dave Matthews Band has been getting a lot of play

'Stupid MF' by Mindless Self Indulgence as well...
post #7 of 1003
I've always got a few.

Right now it's Dispatch's Past The Falls(for relaxing), Built To Spill's Going Against Your Mind(for biking), and TV On The Radio's Wear You Out(for...intimacy, I suppose).
post #8 of 1003
Against Me! - From Her Lips To God's Ears

and

Blood Brothers - Love Rhymes With Hideous Car Wreck
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"Premiscuos Girl." Not a joke. Not my type of music. But nevertheless it's stuck in my head.
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Is that anything like Promiscuous Girl?
post #11 of 1003
Beats having Sister Christian by Night Ranger stuck in you head for a week. I thought I was going to hurt somebody.
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DeVotchKa's "How It Ends"
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"Avenging Angels" by Space. The whole Cole Porter-esque middle eight section makes me grin.
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Move On Up by Curtis Mayfield. That horn section blows my ass up.
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I know it's cliche, but I've got "Under Pressure" in my head after watching the Studio 60 pilot. Any song that makes you smile despite hearing it hundreds of times in hundreds of places has to be one of the greatest rock songs ever recorded.
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Originally Posted by RathBandu
Any song that makes you smile despite hearing it hundreds of times in hundreds of places has to be one of the greatest rock songs ever recorded.
Or rap songs.
post #17 of 1003
Under Pressure is one of the greatest songs ever recorded. It doesn't get enough respect as such, but it is definitely on the list.

The two songs I can't get out of my head right now are White Line Fever by Motorhead and Quicksand by David Bowie. Motorhead I've only recently discovered. I just never paid attention to them and that's been my loss. The Bowie song is my favorite song by my favorite artist, so it's always sort of tumbling around in my brain.
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post #22 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Chris Wood
Or rap songs.
Oh, now you must die.

Speaking of Queen, I've been listening to them a lot lately. Mustapha always winds up in heavy rotation when that happens. It wasn't a hit single, but it's one of my favorites.
post #23 of 1003
The Flash Gordon soundtrack is total sex. Anything by Sam Cooke gets my toes tapping.
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I just had Flash Gordon going on my iPod all day. I love that album. I always thought it was a shame that Queen didn't do the soundtrack thing again.
post #25 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Greg David
I just had Flash Gordon going on my iPod all day. I love that album. I always thought it was a shame that Queen didn't do the soundtrack thing again.
Well, Highlander has a lot of Queen music. As I recall anyway.
post #26 of 1003
It has songs, but the score was by Michael Kamen. Flash Gordon had a full Queen score. I should have said score instead of soundtrack.
post #27 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Matt Goldberg
DeVotchKa's "How It Ends"
Me too. The fact that my theatre is playing Little Miss Sunshine on two screens probably has something to do with that.
post #28 of 1003
Queen Bitch by Bowie. I think it's the relation to the finalé of THE LIFE AQUATIC. Either way I just can't get enough.
post #29 of 1003
Everything I Do (I Do It for You) by Canada's own crater-face. It's been playing in my head ever since someone brought it up here.
If a song keeps playing in your head you'd supposed to listen to it one time to make it would go away. But that would be admitting defeat.
post #30 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Moltisanti
"Premiscuos Girl." Not a joke. Not my type of music. But nevertheless it's stuck in my head.
Promiscuous Girl is a good song, and was rolling around in my head a lot last month. Unfortunately, I'm currently being tormented by the less elevated fare of T-Pain's I'mN Luv (Wit A Stripper).
post #31 of 1003
"California" by The Rentals, demo of "Barcelona", and far better than the finished product. Guitars don't get more crushing than this.
post #32 of 1003
Justin Timberlake's "SexyBack". Same deal - not my kind of music, not even sure how it enfiltrated my ears... nevertheless, I can't escape it.

Since Entourage recently, I can't get that Queens of the Stone Age song outta my head either (played during the credits of the Vegas episode)

And a few tracks that appeared in Miami Vice (especially Mogwai and Moby). I just keep humming them all day.

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Originally Posted by Moltisanti
"Premiscuos Girl." Not a joke. Not my type of music. But nevertheless it's stuck in my head.
post #33 of 1003
The Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth by Coheed & Cambria.

Which means Apollo I: The Writing Writer is also stuck in my head, as they reprise each other (in particular, they share the same catchy shorus), being part of a concept album and all that . . .
post #34 of 1003
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Originally Posted by The NZ Natural
The Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth by Coheed & Cambria.

Which means Apollo I: The Writing Writer is also stuck in my head, as they reprise each other (in particular, they share the same catchy shorus), being part of a concept album and all that . . .
Thanks alot!

"Come on Bitch, Why aren't you laughing now!!!!
You left.. me here.. to fend on my OooO Ooown!!"

but on Appollo II I always get this stuck in my head:

"Jessie, BAD boy! Just come look at what your brother did,
to that girl's,
precious,
Little whore of a body,
NAOOOUUWW!"
Damn you!
post #35 of 1003
Here are some of the songs that have made up my summer soundtrack, and that have gotten constant attention these past few months:

I'm From Barcelona - Rec & Play
Art Brut - Good Weekend
The Breeders - Safari
Camera Obscura - Lloyd, I'm Ready to be Heartbroken
Love is All - Used Goods
Matthew Friedberger - Ruth Versus Richard
The Pipettes - One Night Stand
Shout Out Louds - Shut Your Eyes
Tapes 'n Tapes - The Illiad
TV on the Radio - Playhouses
Yo La Tengo - Beanbag Chair
post #36 of 1003
Any Bob Marley. I'm savoring the rest of summer.
post #37 of 1003
Lately I've been rockin the albums Cosmos and Surface to Air by Zombi. Really good insturmental Neo-Prog that sounds like a lost soundtrack to a Fulci film. Really creepy and awesome. Fuckin amazing to listen to driving around late at night while no one else is on the roads. Perfect soundtrack to the apocalypse.

Makes me proud to see all the Bowie mentioned. Bowie always owns my ipod.

Also, that new single by the Killers, "When you were young" is pretty good too.
post #38 of 1003
Burl Ives' "The Goat and the Train"

'Here's a story about a goat and a train. This goat did something no other goat had ever done before."
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"Subdivisions" by Rush. Neil Peart going absolutey apeshit on the high hat is always a good time.
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The new Johnny Cash single makes me want to go out and smite someone.
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Oooh, is that the "you can run for a long time" one? That's an outstandingly catchy song.
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I can't think of any specific songs, but that new Aguilera album is pretty damn hot.
post #43 of 1003
When we were young by The Killers.

Pretty catchy, just like their previous album.
post #44 of 1003
The Twilight Singers cover of "Crazy" gets an excessive amount of play right now. And DBT's "18 Wheels of Love".
post #45 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Giant Baba
Indeed, it has. Regardless, now look at what you have to gain! I'm partial to "Locomotive."
I'm a fan of Bomber, myself.
post #46 of 1003
Old Crow Medicine Show's 'Wagon Wheel' (chorus written by Bob Dylan) is so good that I take my ipod to the bar just so I can listen while pissing.

DJ Drama's 'Cannon Remix' with Lil' Wayne is proof that the South has lyricists just as creative and unpredictable as anywhere else.
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Ridin' by Chamillionaire
post #48 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Rob Rocco
Ridin' by Chamillionaire
I am so addicted to this song. I have no idea why. And, let me assure you, there is nothing funnier than seeing a chubby white girl singing this...


Right now In Flames - Take This Life is the song that I have been playing over...and over... It just speaks to me right now!! (or maybe its just because it sounds cool)
post #49 of 1003
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Originally Posted by gravedigger
The Twilight Singers cover of "Crazy" gets an excessive amount of play right now.
Have they done a formal cover of the song yet? aside from the bootleg that's available here and there on the net.

edited to add...

Song that owns me right now is Wigwam by Bob Dylan that I tracked down when compiling a makeshift Tenenbaums soundtrack.
post #50 of 1003
I'm not sure. I just have the live version from 5.29.06.
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