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I'm listening to John Wick. It's some ice cold shit.
Space: Above and Beyond Full Orchestral Theme Song
Red London - "Street Life"
The who
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joeree: The who
Good choice! :)

The High Numbers - Ooh Poo Pah Doo / I Gotta Dance to Keep from Crying
Cover of Jesse Hill - Ooh Poo Pah Doo and
Smokey Robison and The Miracles - The Miracles Doin' Mickey's Monkey - I Gotta Dance to Keep from Crying

The High Numbers - Zoot Suit / I'm the Face
Cover of The Dynamics - Misery and Slim Harpo - I Got Love If You Want It

The Who - I Can't Explain

The Who - Happy Jack

The Who - A Quick One - Heat Wave
Cover of Martha and the Vandellas - Heat Wave - Heat Wave

Derived from post 3452 The Who

Edit: Fixed boofed links :)
Replaced link without encoding errors for The High Numbers live 1964 at Railway Hotel
One more edit for 5:15 :P
Post edited 2 days ago by HampsterStyle
Inferno (1994) - Soundtrack
Inocentes - "Garotos do suburbio"
Dawn and Hawkes: Holler. Nice bluesy Americana tune. I got their EP in a Groupees bundle sometime last year and finally got around to listening to it a couple of days ago, and what an EP it is, with Holler being the clear standout.

Clare Fader: Wine. Great cabaret track, lots of rocking and rolling and rollicking and swaying from side to side.

Lydia Lunch: Gloomy Sunday. The no wave star's down and out and quietly dark cover of a legendary song, featuring only Lydia almost whispering the lyrics, some piano and some (at times) purposely out of tune and key horns.

Nomoredolls: Chilly Morning. Once upon a time I thought this band was going to break out and reach at least cult status and on songs like this you can see the potential. Great early/mid 00s pop rock.
Takashi Tateishi - Dr. Wily's Castle
Shiver by Lucy Rose
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Rydeen. Wow, what a blast. And I thought I had figured out synthpop and electronic music for good...
Post edited 29 minutes ago by KingofGnG
Little OT, need a song title.

It's the name of the 1st song on The Wall THE MOVIE, not the record. The movie starts off with a little ditty about Pink's dad being in the war and I'd love to find some tabs on it but I don't know the name, or even if it has one.