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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2300 on: December 12, 2021, 04:12:37 am »
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Mmm, I love the smell of Heparin in the morning...

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2301 on: February 12, 2022, 08:37:06 pm »
New Zealand played Barry Manilow to repel parliament protesters.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-60362529

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2302 on: February 13, 2022, 04:57:05 am »
New Zealand played Barry Manilow to repel parliament protesters.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-60362529

I've heard of playing Death Metal and Speed Metal in hostage situations before, but Barry Manilow? Should have played some Pink Floyd, they would have gone home in about a minute, bored. ;)

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2303 on: February 13, 2022, 08:06:39 am »
New Zealand played Barry Manilow to repel parliament protesters.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-60362529

I've heard of playing Death Metal and Speed Metal in hostage situations before, but Barry Manilow? Should have played some Pink Floyd, they would have gone home in about a minute, bored. ;)




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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2304 on: February 13, 2022, 05:14:24 pm »
New Zealand played Barry Manilow to repel parliament protesters.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-60362529

I've heard of playing Death Metal and Speed Metal in hostage situations before, but Barry Manilow? Should have played some Pink Floyd, they would have gone home in about a minute, bored. ;)












I dunno, The Copa can get pretty irritating after the first . . . 2 . . . times through (bleagh... lol) . . .




I know, I know, but To refer to the Howler , er, tune, but not post it here, 'tis a crime. So...

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2305 on: February 13, 2022, 05:20:21 pm »
New Zealand played Barry Manilow to repel parliament protesters.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-60362529

I've heard of playing Death Metal and Speed Metal in hostage situations before, but Barry Manilow? Should have played some Pink Floyd, they would have gone home in about a minute, bored. ;)

I can think of far worse. The entire Muzac library is available online now. I would have played something like Ray Connif's greatest hits. There are entire generations of children from the 70s who were permanently traumatized by their parent's elevator music tastes. For me it was... *clench* Henry Mancini. We need a support group.

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2306 on: February 13, 2022, 11:33:37 pm »
New Zealand played Barry Manilow to repel parliament protesters.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-60362529

I've heard of playing Death Metal and Speed Metal in hostage situations before, but Barry Manilow? Should have played some Pink Floyd, they would have gone home in about a minute, bored. ;)

I can think of far worse. The entire Muzac library is available online now. I would have played something like Ray Connif's greatest hits. There are entire generations of children from the 70s who were permanently traumatized by their parent's elevator music tastes. For me it was... *clench* Henry Mancini. We need a support group.



Herp Albert and the Tijuana Brass... Burl Ives... *shudder* My beloved 'other' likes Abba... ABBA!!! Ewwww....

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2307 on: February 14, 2022, 03:20:04 am »
New Zealand played Barry Manilow to repel parliament protesters.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-60362529

I've heard of playing Death Metal and Speed Metal in hostage situations before, but Barry Manilow? Should have played some Pink Floyd, they would have gone home in about a minute, bored. ;)

I can think of far worse. The entire Muzac library is available online now. I would have played something like Ray Connif's greatest hits. There are entire generations of children from the 70s who were permanently traumatized by their parent's elevator music tastes. For me it was... *clench* Henry Mancini. We need a support group.



Herp Albert and the Tijuana Brass... Burl Ives... *shudder* My beloved 'other' likes Abba... ABBA!!! Ewwww....



Just a dab (relevant @ 0:46)...
https://youtu.be/cHCSGRuxXtU

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2308 on: February 14, 2022, 06:18:35 am »
I can think of far worse. The entire Muzac library is available online now. I would have played something like Ray Connif's greatest hits. There are entire generations of children from the 70s who were permanently traumatized by their parent's elevator music tastes. For me it was... *clench* Henry Mancini. We need a support group.

My parents had a bit of a mix in the late '70s, like Manhattan Transfer, Herbie Hancock, and Peter, Paul and Mary? The biggest impact on me though was in the '80s Sky and then Jean Michel Jarre which led to Daft Punk and electro-swing. Don't know how any of it would go with the kids of today (though Caravan Palace is quite successful).

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2309 on: February 14, 2022, 09:46:30 pm »
I can think of far worse. The entire Muzac library is available online now. I would have played something like Ray Connif's greatest hits. There are entire generations of children from the 70s who were permanently traumatized by their parent's elevator music tastes. For me it was... *clench* Henry Mancini. We need a support group.

My parents had a bit of a mix in the late '70s, like Manhattan Transfer, Herbie Hancock, and Peter, Paul and Mary? The biggest impact on me though was in the '80s Sky and then Jean Michel Jarre which led to Daft Punk and electro-swing. Don't know how any of it would go with the kids of today (though Caravan Palace is quite successful).

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Caravan Palace seems to have changed up their sound a bit, though. Perhaps I came in in the middle though, and missed their earlier works, but still, it seems like the sound has cxhanged. I still like it, though.

Anthing new from Beats Antique? I was quite taken with a few of their tunes.

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2310 on: February 21, 2022, 03:46:04 am »
SNIP
Herp Albert and the Tijuana Brass... Burl Ives... *shudder* My beloved 'other' likes Abba... ABBA!!! Ewwww....

You know? Abba's still playing... ::)  :D. I remember Herb Albert. He changed from his Tijuana sound in the 80s to what I'd call "Tourist Quasi-Disco." Right about the time when older ladies' attention was stolen by Julio Iglesias - that included my grandmother, so I got to be traumatized by both Julio and Herb.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=q7O3eYJptTc#


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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2311 on: February 21, 2022, 03:57:45 am »
I can think of far worse. The entire Muzac library is available online now. I would have played something like Ray Connif's greatest hits. There are entire generations of children from the 70s who were permanently traumatized by their parent's elevator music tastes. For me it was... *clench* Henry Mancini. We need a support group.

My parents had a bit of a mix in the late '70s, like Manhattan Transfer, Herbie Hancock, and Peter, Paul and Mary? The biggest impact on me though was in the '80s Sky and then Jean Michel Jarre which led to Daft Punk and electro-swing. Don't know how any of it would go with the kids of today (though Caravan Palace is quite successful).

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Oh you would be surprised. Kids have a way to dig out and "discover" their parents' music. Especially things like J M Jarre's music, if they're linked to Electronica (which went mainstream around 2000 - 22 years ago already!!! That's two whole generations since Jarre's albums) through to Trance and even Industrial music... Many young people expressed disappointment at Daft Punk's retirement.

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2312 on: February 21, 2022, 04:06:40 am »
SNIP

Just a dab (relevant @ 0:46)...
https://youtu.be/cHCSGRuxXtU

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2313 on: February 21, 2022, 07:21:54 am »
Oh you would be surprised. Kids have a way to dig out and "discover" their parents' music.
I remember when people wondered who was the unknown musician who collaborated with Ye in a song - someone they didn't know called McCartney.

Glad to say none of those people were related to me. Diversity of all cultural aspects is good. Being narrow-minded is not.

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2314 on: February 21, 2022, 09:13:27 pm »
Oh you would be surprised. Kids have a way to dig out and "discover" their parents' music.
I remember when people wondered who was the unknown musician who collaborated with Ye in a song - someone they didn't know called McCartney.

Glad to say none of those people were related to me. Diversity of all cultural aspects is good. Being narrow-minded is not.

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OK Boomer!

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2315 on: February 21, 2022, 09:27:59 pm »
Don't look at me. I'm Gen X. I'm supposed to not care.

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2316 on: February 22, 2022, 12:38:04 am »
Don't look at me. I'm Gen X. I'm supposed to not care.

I belong to the Blank Generation.  ;)
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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2317 on: February 22, 2022, 04:05:56 am »
Don't look at me. I'm Gen X. I'm supposed to not care.

I belong to the Blank Generation.  ;)


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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2318 on: February 22, 2022, 07:24:29 am »
Don't look at me. I'm Gen X. I'm supposed to not care.

I belong to the Blank Generation.  ;)
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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2319 on: February 23, 2022, 06:10:21 pm »
I don't know, maybe this belongs more in Aural/Ocular, but there are a few hilarious moments in it...

Doctor Who Theme as Belgian Jazz

https://youtu.be/Zhv5GVexW2E




(My apologies if this is posted on here already someplace else, but I swear I personally just now found it in my youtube feed!)
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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2320 on: February 23, 2022, 11:35:12 pm »
I don't know, maybe this belongs more in Aural/Ocular, but there are a few hilarious moments in it...

Doctor Who Theme as Belgian Jazz

https://youtu.be/Zhv5GVexW2E




(My apologies if this is posted on here already someplace else, but I swear I personally just now found it in my youtube feed!)

It is very funny, and very good! Thanks

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2321 on: March 05, 2022, 03:40:08 pm »
Here is Bill Bailey in what he calls a tribute to the German Synth Pop Group KRAFTWERK 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwaxWoJPUC0

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2322 on: March 05, 2022, 11:19:02 pm »
Here is Bill Bailey in what he calls a tribute to the German Synth Pop Group KRAFTWERK 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwaxWoJPUC0

And that's what it's all about. Very funny!

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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2323 on: March 06, 2022, 07:54:10 am »
I would watch these crossovers.



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Re: Hilarious pictures you've found on the internet, Mark II
« Reply #2324 on: March 06, 2022, 04:21:08 pm »
Captain Nemo rescues a nearly drowned Chapaev (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasily_Chapayev)



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