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« Reply #80 on: 12 March 2009, 00:20:02 »
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This song is dedicated to Koen... -snip-


Well received on this end... As well as LZ and Santana (how old is this guy now?).

Now tht my friend finally is buried (they do not do that stuff on SATs ans SUNs here) I am open for music again, enough with Tom Waits til next time...

Rattler

PS: NO AfVN in  my archive, it only has those around the letters:

AFV 1airborne fighting vehicle, 2armored fighting vehicle, 3awaiting fix verification

AFVA Air Force visual aid

AFVE annual fuel utilization efficiency

AFWAB [AR 310-50] Army Fixed Wing Aptitude Battery

This said, I assume it is something along the lines of "American Forces Vietnam Network§

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« Reply #81 on: 12 March 2009, 00:38:31 »
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-snip- ...hu....are these videos visible on your screens? on mine only in 'preview' huh???


I guess we overstepped the limits the TechAdmin set for live vid posts on one page, you can change that in the AEVA menu under AdminCenter, just FYI. Already changed it to 5 vids per post some time ago, as I had the same prob.

OTOH having limits might not be a bad idea to reduce unbelievable surges (like the one of the last 2 days) to something more believable.

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« Reply #82 on: 12 March 2009, 09:28:44 »
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working some more on the trance selection for my I-pod  Brede lach DANCE  Brede lach


Andain - Summer Calling 'Josh Gabriel mix'


Britney Spears - Breathe on me (James Holden remix)
don't stop because you see 'Britney Spears', this is a VERY good total work over
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« Reply #83 on: 13 March 2009, 08:01:57 »
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another example of music as a sound track to my tour of duty...

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« Reply #84 on: 13 March 2009, 12:57:46 »
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you can post this video also in the Vietnam forum: http://www.warandtactics.com/smf/index.php?board=50.0
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« Reply #85 on: 13 March 2009, 22:51:17 »
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another example of music as a sound track to my tour of duty...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IC4tpeN6pj4



In no way intending to be disrespectful, but the better *music* wont win if the brass and above do not listen to it nor know how to make ENY listen to it...

Impressive, do yo have sequels (as in nightmares)?

Really interested (if you do not want to talk this in public PM wll also do) in your experiences and how you view them x yrs later.

Animo!

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« Reply #86 on: 13 March 2009, 23:46:12 »
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Just listening live to the Spanish National Music Awards Ceremony (XIII Edicion Premios de la Musica, big thing here like the grammies or oscars) which hits a lot of angles we have covered in this thread already.

I got intrigued by what of one of the laudators said about a well known "nationalist" musician (and NOTE that "nation" in Spanish has two angles and the word itself will only be used in a political sense, else it is either: "Tierra" = "Earth", as a symbol of where you got raised and therefore belong to - like motherland in Russian-, and "Pueblo" = "People", the society you belong to as you  have "drank" its culture (referring to the mothers milk), like "Volk" in German, both much stronger in meaning than the English translation can transport):

The laudator said: "Who loves his "Earth" will always love the "Earth " of others. Who loves his people, will intringensintly love *all* other peoples. And who devotes his effort to producing music for both his "Earth" and his  "People" will do so knowing that the future of both depends always on shared memories with the others..."

Well spoken, and I will feature some of the "typical" Spanish stuff over the next days (already did a bit with Santi Latorre at: http://www.warandtactics.com/smf/index.php?topic=715.msg3027#msg3027) including the regional aspects like the winners in Catalan, Basque, Gallego etc.

Watch out: INCOMING!  Grijns

You can help me already by starting searching for "Russian Red Y (=and) Depedro"! Never had heard of them but (award for the best "English" song by a Spanish Band) they are something!

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« Reply #87 on: 15 March 2009, 17:29:46 »
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Moby: love that tiny dude!

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M55xIofBcT4

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Moby - We Are All Made Of Stars
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« Reply #88 on: 15 March 2009, 23:39:16 »
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Not saying this is great music (and not the contrary neither), but the 2nd (Porcelaine) surely by now is a classic.

Thx for sharing, I know the ppl I directed to this thread will appreciate it probably even more than myself (... and myself I would not even have known where to look for it, puts artist/titles to the music one knows "associatively"...).

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P.S.: Just now found out that clicking on the "YouTube" logo carries you to the youtube original vid, good to know when you want to se related stuff.

Red Hot Chilli Peppers Original sound, visual is a cover:


That is the way I also found this interesting vid adaption:



... or this spanish subtitled version:



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« Reply #89 on: 17 March 2009, 21:58:45 »
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as probably said before: I love the Chemical Brothers...they know how to produce some funky dance shit!

here's a remix of one of their songs....this is really DANCE...don't tell me that not one of your limbs wasn't moving listening to this...


The Chemical Brothers - The Salmon Dance 'Crookers remix' (short version)

WOOOOOWWWWWWWWWW
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« Reply #90 on: 17 March 2009, 23:54:22 »
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Koen,

I tried *really* to be serious about that, and turned the volume up...

But...

No limb moved, thats sth for being on pills? Too straight "Square" like in square w/o hip, no groove at all, could not dance to it with a GinTonix in my hand drifting along the floor border flirting with the gals around... ?! Huh?

I love shaking my limbs (no standing aside looking at others dancing), but my thingy goes along the following posted below (want to tell me *your* limbs, pills or not, do not move? And, on purpose, I am not going to post classic dance tunes, of which there are many which we probalby wont discuss...)

But you need to be able to have a cigarette in one hand and the GinTonix in the other if it is for danicng?!...

Rattler (as those vids are low volume, really pump it up, to get the limb shaking effect! No disrespect meant, but *here goes* some groove! Some of the stuff I as amateur DJ put on at parties to get the dance floor going, works with all ages...)

80s? Jazzmatazz:

Guru - No Time To Play (JazzMatazz Vol.1) + Lyrics


90s? Stereo MCs...:



2000?:

actually, could not find the right version with Emma Lanford in front, this one in the vid is probably in Koens direction, too square for me again, "Horny":



Or, something Dutch 2000 if it then need be elecronic, De Phazz! ("Looks" is better, but not abailable on vid):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=$1#errorPrivate video

Want it old, shaking your (then maybe?) long hair to the groove? JH with Experience still shakes a floor today at the appropriate moment, 40 yrs later...:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=$1#errorPrivate video

Now get dancing! R.
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« Reply #91 on: 18 March 2009, 01:20:47 »
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Okies, while I am at it:

Here the (way better for a dance floor) "H..ny" version I could not find on vid, but have on comp:

http://www.ohlmer.es/dls/horny.mp3

and then the "L..ks" from DePh..zz that I could not find on vid, but also have on comp...:

http://www.ohlmer.es/dls/looks.mp3

Be fast to grab this high quality dls, will delete within 48 hrs for copyright fears...


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P.S.: left out the letters of horny and looks and dephazz for fear of bots looking for such as links... They wont relate it after the links... Dont feed the trolls, you know?... R.
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As it was my wifes birthday yesterday and as she had lost a tape that I recorded some 10 yrs ago for her I decided to dedicate a little music thread to her, one new song just of the occasion, and 4 of the songs I remember from the tape.

You are welcome to listen to them here:

http://ohlmer.es/blog/548

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Wow. I just realized this is the most viewed thread on the whole forum?

If so I will happily add something else to it as I stumbled over a long forgotten gem this early morning hours, inspired by an announcemnt and a Finnish Aki Kaurismäki movie about them on Spanish Television (mind you, this post will be looooong but hopefully worth the while, it is raining here and I have done a lot of research into my music past during the last 8 hours for lack of other work...):

EDIT JAN 2010: As we now have the limits enabled for three vids to be displayed per post, you will have to click on the links to see most of them, R.)

Do you remember these hairdos?



Or those shoes?



Well, they are not gone, they are still *very* active (and as I know that the identity will be revealed in the video I will not try to hide it any longer): The from my POV best ever Live and Show Band (though they call themselves the "Worst Band Of The World") is still performing (since ´98 with - nebst other lossses - a new singer and a new lead guitarrist), is on a new European Tour and will this summer perform in Palma de Mallorca, already looking forward to it (I have seen them about 10x live between ´88 and ´98, in small clubs and on big stages, and each concert was a blast. It looks, tough, that I will have to pay black marked prices for the concert her, all 60.000 tickets were sold on Friday within 1.5 hours... Bedroefd - not bad for a 500k inhabitants island):

Please, welcome the Leningrad Cowboys, a Finnish band pretending to be Russians who are pretending to be Americans  Brede lach; brain child of already mentioned Finnish movie director genious Aki Kaurismäki, and a superb selection of the best Finnish musicians, a bad ass cover band for everything R+B in true Blues Brothers style...

Here something from 2008 (now 20 yrs older and 20 kg heavier each, comprised of currently 11 Cowboys and 2 Leningrad Ladies; make sure you have your volume turned up and are in Party Mood  Grijns):

Leningrad Cowboys Play Hurriganes: Oowee Oohla



Now, how come that a band that does nothing but covers - though so well that some of the orignial authors could still learn a bit from them - can sell out so quickly and that people are actually fighting to see their concerts?

Well, you will have to join me on a time warp back to ´87 when nobody knew them (me neither):

At this time they did (from my POV) rather boring stuff like the following (and all non-live videos from here on are directed by Aki Kaurismäki who obviously saw their potential much earlier than the rest of the world; all screeplays allso by him). The protagonist of the video is (much missed after 1997) Mato Valtonen, as you can see the hairdoes were not yet a "brand" sign and the shoes were still normal...:

Leningrad Cowboys 1987 - Thru the Wire (for people that like great cinema and slow ballads)



This all changed when Kaurismäki built the background for the legend in ´89 as can be seen in this nice and hilarious clip (which actually is from 1992, but as it fit in the timeline that I want to present allow me this small lie, I will rectify later in the post in detail):

The clip provides "the Finnish history from 1952 to 1969" and begins with the birth of the protagonist (Mato Valtonen, LC lead singer). The combo short film/music video describes typical events of the main character's life: From his school years to marriage, from the daily grind of working life to the routines of farming and his father's death, ending melancholically (how surprising Kaurismäki  Grijns) in a scene where the main character gives up farming as it no longer provides a living. The rest of the Leningrad Cowboys - as well as the in Finland ever present Vodka - appear in many parts of it in a supporting role, hairdo, uniforms and shoes long established as a "brand/trademark" by then...:

Leningrad Cowboys: These Boots



1988 or ´89 (do not recall anymore) was also the first time those guys entered into my musical hoizon, I saw them in a club/disco in Kassel/Germany (Musiktheater, for anybody who knows the scene, well worth another thread) performing for abut 1k ppl for about 3 hours, and it was probably one of the best live concert parties I ever remember.

Once I had them on my screen, I kept following the news about them (not much internet then), until in 1989 a cincema film by Aki Kaurismäki came out (that is an absolute must-see), "Leningrad Cowboys go America", a road movie and music film in the best Blues Brothers tradition but "The European Way" and on top of that in the typical dry Kaurismäki Finnish humor.

Now, I do not know what you think about the Blues Brothers as film, but it was one of my favorites always, with it´s dry dialogues, the excellent music and musicians and the "no compomise" life style it featured for me it was (and keeps being) deep philosopy. In the ´80s, when I still was rich, I abut once a year would buy all tickets for cinema that had it on, invite all my friends, pay some extra money to the guy who worked there to turn up the volume, and then we would have a party...

DISCLAIMER: If you do not like music films or road movies you can safely skip this part from here til the next appearance of a line of "-----" as I am going to present you with some highlights of the film, almost all with a great music piece, though)...

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Same with this film, it had me absolutely fascinated: Same dryness, same great music and musicians (Jim Jarmush, Tom Waits and many others both as actors as well as musicians), no place for compromises and a deep philosophical angle, also in the same way hilarious (though even more absurd in many aspects).

The background story is about a "Russian" (hence the bit about "Finnish pretending to be Russians" in the beginning of my post) band that is playing Russian music trying to get famous, but get rejected by a producer as he wants to hear "American" music (this was ´89 after all!), so they decide to leave Siberia and - pretending they were American all along (their "Manager" speas a kind of English) - to make a buck in the states.

They have a few problems to overcome: One of their buddies (the lead gutiarrist) had a little too much vodka and got deepfrozen in the tundra, but as they know about the symptoms they expect him to wake one day that they find the sun and can rapidly heat him up and so have to ake him along (in a coffin filled with ice cubes - and beer); the distance from Siberia through Alaska to the states is long, and they have only 700 dollars... Well, you can imagine (or not  Brede lach, how it goes from there): Lots of citations of the Blues Brothers idea, but a completely different take...

It is in this film that the "Leningrad Cowwboys Legend" really started, the hairdoes, the shoes and the face of the manager became a trademark...

Here is the ppening scene of the film where they present (excellent) Russian Music to the "Producer" (dont worry about a bit not being in English, this will rapidly change) and decide to leave as they need to be "Americans":

Leningrad Cowboys Go America, 1989:

"Somewhere in tundra... in no mans land":




More of Blues Brothers similarities, the way they do get their first gig (and actually the way I saw them perform first), check out the hilarious end after 3:20...:

Leningrad Cowboys performing: Rock´n Roll is Here To Stay" (for some reasons sometimes a "This vid is not longer available" comes up, in this case just click on the YouTube logo and listen to it directly over there)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcovyF8j50g#normal (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


Ok, you might wonder, how did they change from tractors to the car? Check out this marvellous short scene (only clip in this post w/o at least one music piece) where Jim Jarmush as 2nd hand car dealer gets them mobile: "I hope one of you guys got a pilot´s license, you know, a car like this you don´t drive, you *fly* it... With a car like that you can go to the moon and back..."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utdCwtTbC-A#normal (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


Then, at "Joes Place, Huston, Texas" (a bar where bikers hang out, after getting ignored with their rock´n roll, having lost half of their jackets and the singer having lost his voice, they - on a hunch:

Leningrad Cowboys perform "Born To Be Wild" (with a badass guitar solo)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxLzRocKxcM#normal (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


These just some impressions...

Of the original band members from the film Sakari Kuosmanen left soon after and has pursued a music and acting career in  Finland, appearing in many of Aki Kaurismaki's movies. Of the 10 original band members only Silu Seppälä, Sakke Järvenpää, Mauri Sumén & Mato Valtonen were still around by the time of the 1994 for the sequel, Leningrad Cowboys Meet Moses (like all sequels the film didnt catch me as the firstl, but the music was again spectacular...).


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It was after the film that the band got really famous and great (actually, "megalomanic" might be my choice of words for what happened), espeically after they got sponsored by Nokia: There was a Nokia "Leningrad Cowboys" mobile, branded beer and vodka, comic books, t-shirts that glowed in the dark, earrings and so on, AFAIK the contract was the biggest ever sponosring for a band by a company.

From the Nokia Balalaika Show 1994 in Berlin that I had the chance to attend  Brede lach (with the Russian Red Army Choir as explained in the next paragaph) the absolutely smashing performance (which makes clear why I call it the best ever live band) of

Leningrad Cowboys - Kasakka

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=savAEIOGsAU#normal (Embedding disabled, limit reached)



Just before that, in 1993 the produced the "Total Balalaika Show" where they had the excellent idea to join up with the Red Army Choir, they performed to 70,000 fans and the concert in Helsinki was just electric. The concert was performed in the historic Senate Square. This was where thousands of people came to see the body of most famous Finnish leader, Mannerheim who was head of the Finnish Army during the 2nd World War when the country fought valiantly against its deadly enemy, Russia. And here, some 50 years later, this Finnish band were performing with the Russian Red Army. It was an unforgettable experience. Rock n'roll that day really did stop the traffic.


Unforgettable: Leningrad Cowboys & Red Army Choir perform Sweet Home Alabama:
(this is actually the 1994 MTV Awards version, excellent quality but a bit low on volume, you can safely turn it up; the original Helsinki concert version can not be embedded so you have to follow the link by clicking on the YouTube Logo in the lower vid, much more emotional and anytime better than Lynyrd Skynyrd's)

Leningrad Cowboys & Red Army Choir - SWEET HOME ALABAMA (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


Red Russian Army Choir & Leningrad Cowboys (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


More from this concert (you *always* have to click the logo to hear it, embedding is disabled)

Russsian Red Army Choir and Leningrad Cowboys performing "Happy Together"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3l48_EGNdY#noexternalembed-normal (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


Now, they have since tuned down a bit, their CDs do not sell as before, but they are by no means gone and live theyre worthwile a visit anytime, the last time I saw them was 2003 during their "Global Balalaika Tour" with this *super* version (Uriah Heep could learn from it) of

Leningrad Cowboys performing "Easy Living"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKH63LKQBQc#normal (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


Last, a gimmick (and what we all should do?  Brede lach)

Leningrad Cowboys performing "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life" from 1997 (ATTENTION TURN VOLUME DOWN ON THIS ONE !!! IF YOU DO NOT TURN VOLUME DOWN YOUR LOUDSPEAKERS WILL GO TO WHEREVER THEY GO WHEN THEY GO HEAVEN !!!):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdkCkIaDf2U#normal (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


Enjoy, and Good Night!  Knipoog

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(much more stuff of them on youtube and on torrents, incl:

Gimme all your lovin
It´s Only Rock´n Roll
I Saw Her Standing There
Smoke On The Water
Rockin` In The Free World
Just A Gigolo
Stairway To Heaven
Fly For A White Guy)
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Consider this a poll w/o leaving the thread (pls vote 1-4):

Dont know what you guys think, but is this not a live act you would have loved to participate in (stumbled over this in my recent research; pls ignore the cowboys in the way, they do not count more than decoration with respect to this performance...)?

Russian Red Army Choir: Kalinka



Or would you prefer this one? (I think the music is t.a.t.u., not sure, though: - It says "yamboo", whoever that is, but it sounds suspiciously like tATu). Still, asking seriously for future postings - :



I am almosst sure I hit Koen´s taste with this version:

Dj Tiesto Remix of Kalinka




...or with this one...



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Simple Minds - Book of Brilliant things

from one of the best live albums ever: Simple Minds - Live - in the City of Light (1987)
this was the highest top Simple Minds ever reached, they peaked that period....I've listened to this album hundreds of times...it always transports me back to that time...



I was a music and movie lover from a very young age and when I reached the age of 17-18 I started to drive a car, cd's were becoming hot, quality got much better, at home and in the car and then there were several new albums released that were never matched afterwards...

with music I got stuck in the '80s, I can't seem to find any kind of music or groups that have been born after the 80's that are able to keep me interested...

Pink Floyd live - Delicate Sound of Thunder (double live cd)
The Nits - Urk (double live cd) (dutch band)
Depeche Mode - 101 (double live cd)

The Nits

album cover


Nits - The train


Nits - Nescio (live in 2006)


Nits - Sketches of Spain (live in 1991) (this one gives me goosebumps)

Pink Floyd


album cover

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Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb

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Pink Floyd - On the turning away

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Pink Floyd - Wish you were here

Depeche Mode

101 cover

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Depeche Mode - Black Celebration

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Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence
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« Reply #96 on: 3 April 2009, 17:58:25 »
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Koen, all great stuff!

I like the Sketches of Spain a lot also, always a favorite on my playlists.

Luckily, I have yes found groups after ´87 to profoundly entertain me, maybe I will post a little more of them in the future to see whether I can capture you..

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« Reply #97 on: 3 April 2009, 18:27:20 »
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there were groups that entertained me but the amount of songs that grab me, give me goosebumps is very limited...

this one does, an old song newly recorded


Limp Bizkit - Behind blue eyes
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« Reply #98 on: 7 April 2009, 00:25:17 »
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Here one for the rockers (headbang) where I like the music (but !no way! the ideology behind it), and connected to the biggest mystery in soccer I have seen in my life (http://www.warandtactics.com/smf/index.php?topic=829.msg3812#msg3812):

Rammstein, "Du Hasst Mich" (fetaturing the unforgettable Zindine Zidane Head Butt vs. Mazzarati in the las Soccer WC final):



And, as an admirational memorial - off topic - to this (most complete I have ever seen in 50 yrs watching soccer) gentleman player who ruined 25 yrs of carreer in his last match to defend the honor of his sister (and forgetting he was representing his Nation; sounds familiar to some solds out there?):

Zinedine Zidane: The Magician (also with a great and known tune, anybody can help identifying the song and artist?)



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« Reply #99 on: 7 April 2009, 00:45:55 »
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there were groups that entertained me but the amount of songs that grab me, give me goosebumps is very limited...

this one does, an old song newly recorded

Limp Bizkit - Behind blue eyes


Indeed!

Had completely forgotten!

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