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Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 8:46 pm
by AtomicHyperbole
OK, a friend forwarded this to me on Myspace, but it's quite intriguing...

IF YOUR LIFE WAS A MOVIE, WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?
So, here's how it works:
1. Open your library
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question / scene, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend your cool...

Opening Credits:

Waking Up:

First Day At School:

Falling In Love:

Fight Song:

Breaking Up:

Prom:

Life is good:

Mental Breakdown:

Driving:

Flashback:

Getting Back Together:

Wedding:

Final Battle:

Death Scene:

Funeral Song:

End Credits:

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 8:55 pm
by AtomicHyperbole
Opening Credits:
Ghostbusters Theme, Elmer Bernstein (I'm really not shitting you, I'm just as chuffed as you can imagine)

Waking Up:
Sunday Morning, Maroon 5 (yes, I am actually both incredulous this came up and that I've still got it in my collection)

First Day At School:
Fall Back Down, Rancid (now this is getting spooky)

Falling In Love:
Readymade, Red Hot Chili Peppers (I'm just a sex machine, waddayawant)

Fight Song:
It Was Willow, Fi (about as opposite as a Fight Song can get)

Breaking Up:
Kobol's Last Gleaming, Bear McCreary (holyshityes)

Prom:
Hey, Jurassic 5 (I can dig that)

Life is good:
Conjuring A Dome, Iain Bellamy (Mirrormask soundtrack, proof this really is hit and miss)

Mental Breakdown:
Up The Hill Backwards, David Bowie (boo-yah!)

Driving:
Generation Sex, The Divine Comedy (geeenius)

Flashback:
Helo In The Warehouse, Bear McCreary (iTunes' "shuffle" mode in effect)

Getting Back Together:
Sickness Unto Foolish Death, Akira Yakamota (Silent Hill 3 soundtrack, most DEFINITELY this is hit and miss)

Wedding:
Life In The Fast Lane, The Eagles (ironic or prescient, only time will tell)

Final Battle:
Bottle Rocket, The Go Team (in the style of Shaolin Soccer!)

Death Scene:
To Zucchabar, Hans Zimmer (appropriate, no?)

Funeral Song:
The Great Gig In The Sky, Pink Floyd (SERIOUSLY?! AWESOME!!!)

End Credits:
Time O' The Signs, Terrorvision (not a bad choice, to be frank...)

W00t!

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 8:58 pm
by Brocktune
good one, sepp.

but i cant do this one from work.

ill be getting back at'cha.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:00 pm
by AtomicHyperbole
Yes, I and Sepp are one and the same person. I grow out of his spleen.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:00 pm
by Ribbons
Sorta like Mad Libs with songs! :o

Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:04 pm
by bastard_robo
Opening Credits: Alice in Chains - Man in the Box

Waking Up: Theme from POTC

First Day At School: Weird Al- White and Nerdy

Falling In Love: Garbage- #1 Crush

Fight Song: Motorhead - Ace of Spades

Breaking Up: Korn- Right now

Prom: Tenacious D- Fuck her Gentley

Life is good: Tenacious D- Wonderboy

Mental Breakdown: Coal Chamber - Loco

Driving: Saliva - Click Click pull

Flashback: Metallica _ No Leaf Clover

Getting Back Together: AC/DC- Back in the saddle again

Wedding: Johnny Cash _ walk the line

Final Battle: Theme from Casshern- Requiem

Death Scene: NIN- Hurt

Funeral Song: Sevndust -Angle song

End Credits: Inshiro Honda -Godzilla's Theme

sounds bout right

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:04 pm
by Brocktune
AtomicHyperbole wrote:Yes, I and Sepp are one and the same person. I grow out of his spleen.


goddamnit. dude, i am so sorry. i dont know why i thought it was sepp, and not you atomic.
my bad.
allow me to apologize, and rephrase....



good one, atomic.

but i cant do this one from work.

ill be getting back at'cha.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:06 pm
by AtomicHyperbole
/that is all. You may leave.

Re: Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:09 pm
by AtomicHyperbole
bastard_robo wrote:Opening Credits: Alice in Chains - Man in the Box

Waking Up: Theme from POTC

First Day At School: Weird Al- White and Nerdy

Falling In Love: Garbage- #1 Crush

Fight Song: Motorhead - Ace of Spades

Breaking Up: Korn- Right now

Prom: Tenacious D- Fuck her Gentley

Life is good: Tenacious D- Wonderboy

Mental Breakdown: Coal Chamber - Loco

Driving: Saliva - Click Click pull

Flashback: Metallica _ No Leaf Clover

Getting Back Together: AC/DC- Back in the saddle again

Wedding: Johnny Cash _ walk the line

Final Battle: Theme from Casshern- Requiem

Death Scene: NIN- Hurt

Funeral Song: Sevndust -Angle song

End Credits: Inshiro Honda -Godzilla's Theme

sounds bout right


What happened to mental breakdown?

edit - Oops, it's been edited in in the time I pressed "quote". THUS PROVING YOU'RE NOT FOLLOWING THE RULES OF RANDOMNESS!

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:09 pm
by MasterWhedon
Robo, those seem a little premeditated. Did you follow the rules of randomness?

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:10 pm
by St. Alphonzo
Opening Credits: “Transmitterâ€

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:10 pm
by AtomicHyperbole
Yes, you must FOLLOW THE RULES OF RANDOMNESS!

Or be cast herewith into the POOL OF SORROWFUL CATS!

Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:21 pm
by bastard_robo
No. Its random. Serious. These are all on my MP3 player. I have it sit next to me at work. I only got about 40 songs on it right now due to my comp being down.

I put on what i listen to the most.

And this is the shit that came out.. honest engin!

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:21 pm
by Brocktune
[quote="St. Alphonzo"]First Day At School: “Seventh Grade Hazing (pt.1)â€

Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:22 pm
by bastard_robo
Ok i lied. Not all of them are random.

I put fuck her gentley for prom, just because i didnt go to my prom and i have the D on my mind. Cant see them perform live tonight. And it saddens me.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:23 pm
by St. Alphonzo
It's people like you what cause unrest.

I couldn't agree more Brock. 'tis an epic battle.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:24 pm
by Fried Gold
Opening Credits: "Born of the Fourth of July main theme" - John Williams
Waking Up: "Hate & War" - The Clash
First Day At School: "Bloody Mary" - The Living End
Falling In Love: "Isobel" - Bjork
Fight Song: "These Days" - The Rentals
Breaking Up: "Marketplace" - Snow Patrol
Prom: "The Massage" - Bill Hicks
Life is good: "Time Has Told Me" - Nick Drake
Mental Breakdown: "We Are All Bourgeois Now" - Manics
Driving: "Walk of Life" - Dire Straits
Flashback: "Echoes" - Pink Floyd
Getting Back Together: "Shortly Before The End" - OK Go
Wedding: "One Big Mob" - Chill Peppers
Final Battle: "Boll Weevil" - Presidents of the USA
Death Scene: "Eye of the Needle" - Divine Comedy
Funeral Song: "Sitting on top of the world" - Cream
End Credits: "The Wampa's Lair/Obi-Wan Vision/Snowspeeders take flight" - John Williams

I may kill myself while driving.

Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:34 pm
by bastard_robo
I hang my head in shame.......

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:50 pm
by papalazeru
Opening Credits: Radiohead - High and Dry
Waking Up: Katie Melua - Blefast
First Day At School: Radiohead - Blackstar
Falling In Love: Alan Menkin - Death of the Beast (Yes - from Beauty and the beast)
Fight Song: Nina Simone - Do I move you
Breaking Up: Sergei Rachmaninof - Piano Concerto no.1 3rd movement Allegro vivace
Prom: Nina Simone - I loves you Porgy
Life is good: Lacuna Coil - Halflife
Mental Breakdown: Nina Simone - Nobody's fault but mine (bwahahahaha!)
Driving: Scissor Sisters - Mary (any from the album will do)
Flashback: Sergei Rachmaninof - Allegro ma non tanto 1st Movement 3rd piano concerto.
Getting Back Together: Hexstatic - Kids can dance (oh yeah...what a tune...Have to upload it for you at some point)
Wedding: Bansement Jaxx - Bingo Bango (with a song like that you should have put a divorce category in here)
Final Battle: Sergei Rachmaninof - Allegro Scherzando (oh hell....yeah that works so well) Piano concerto no.2
Death Scene: Radiohead - the bends - Sulk
Funeral Song: Scissor Sisters - Laura
End Credits: Alan Menjen - Battle (from Aladdin)

I'm so glad I wiped off all of my Abba and Donner Summer.

Im not Dumbledore....honest.

I can't believe "Part of your world didnt make it" I could cry.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:02 pm
by justcheckin
This was really fun in a geeky way... :)

Opening Credits: Duble Dutch Bus by Frankie Smith (hmmmm)

Waking Up: I Shot the Sheriff by Bob Marley (not what I would pick for AM)

First Day at School: Shout at the Devil by Motley Crue (?)

Falling in Love: Bewitched TV Theme (dunno about this)

Fight Song: Not an Addict by K's Choice (hahaha)

Breaking Up: London Bridge by Fergie (yikes)

Prom: Lady in Red by Chris De Burgh (I'll take that but I didn't wear red)

Life is Good: Olympic Fanfare & Theme by John Williams (right on!!!)

Mental Breakdown: Rapper's Delight by Sugar Hill Gang (hahaha)

Driving: Always by Saliva (that is a good one)

Flash Back: My Immortal by Evanescence (niceeeeee)

Getting Back Together: ET Theme by John Williams (cool)

Wedding: Soul Survivor by LilYoung Jeezy (if you're lookin for me...)

Final Battle: Us and Them by Pink Floyd (kinda mellow for battle)

Death Scene: Wendy's gentleman Song, South Park (hehehehe)

Funeral Song: Seasons of Love, Rent (wow.... good one to pop up)

End Credits: 99 Red Balloons by Nena Hagens (I'll take that!!!)


Wow... started of wacky but some good pulls in there... fun times!!!

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:18 pm
by darkjedijaina
Okay, I listened to all the songs and wrote some snatches of lyrics from them as well. I didn't cheat. Promise.

Opening Credits: The Killers - Jenny was a Friend of Mine (there ain't no motive for this crime)

Waking Up: Mick Jagger - Don't Call Me Up (and just gaze at the sky i was under your spell and you took me to hell)

First Day At School: The Cult - Heart of Soul (you got to bleed a little while you sing)

Falling In Love: The Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight (when I'm rappin' to the rhythm of a groovy beat and I attempt to raise your body heat)

Fight Song: Butch Walker - I Wanna Get Stupid With You (secret track, comedy)

Breaking Up: Cake - It's Coming Down (she's mad and she'll take her matress with her)

Prom: Green Day - Letterbomb (where have all the bastards gone?)

Life is good: Michael Jackson - Bad

Mental Breakdown: Butch Walker - Last Flight Out (is this all there really is? life after you)

Driving: Maroon 5 - Shiver (immobilized by the thought of you)

Flashback: Rocky Horror Picture Show - Over At The Frankenstein Place

Getting Back Together: Aerosmith - Hole In My Soul (´cause if it´s over, then it´s over)

Wedding: Barenaked Ladies - Light Up My Room (there are luxuries we can't afford, but in our house we never get bored)

Final Battle: Blue Oyster Cult - (Don't Fear) The Reaper

Death Scene: George Michael - Outside (take me to the places that i love best)

Funeral Song: Butch Walker - #1 Summer Jam (it's never been so weird to be at the bottom, looking up)

End Credits: Barenaked Ladies - Helicopters (i'll be leaving soon)

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:19 pm
by darkjedijaina
omg, just checkin'.... we both got Rapper's Delight.

now THAT in itself is funny.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:20 pm
by St. Alphonzo
darkjedijaina wrote:Wedding: Barenaked Ladies - Light Up My Room (there are luxuries we can't afford, but in our house we never get bored)


People are always hatin' on BNL, but I'll be damned if I don't LOVE that song.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:44 pm
by rserocki
I did this by using the party shuffle feature in iTunes. I batch-randomized several pieces of music and then when I saw I didn't have enough for the questions, I batch-randomized some more.

Opening Credits: Farthest Place - Tales of the Abyss OST

Waking Up: Enchanting Runemistress - Genso Suikoden V OST

First Day At School: Catacombs - Vagrant Story OST

Falling In Love: I Am Your Father (instrumental) Jimmi Jammes www.djj.tk

Fight Song: Ghadious Appears - Klonoa of the Wind: Door to Phantomile OST

Breaking Up: Sniper - Metropolis OST (the anime, not the live-action)

Prom: Pepperland Laid Waste - Yellow Submarine

Life is good: Sonic Heroes: Event #10 [Seq. by: John Weeks]

Mental Breakdown: Theme tune (Full) Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy

Driving: Wandering Ghosts - Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

Flashback: Get Back - Let It Be

Getting Back Together: Last Waltz - Rhapsody - A Musical Adventure USA Soundtrack

Wedding: Kyrie Fons Bonitatis - Chant

Final Battle: Life or Death? - Genso Suikoden V OST

Death Scene: Sonic Advance 2: Zone 2-2: Hot Crater [Seq. by: John Weeks]

Funeral Song: Crisis - Tales of the Abyss OST

End Credits: Mission (I don't know what this was. It was a very short clip, 7.1 KB. It might've been from a pinball machine.)

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:48 pm
by Brocktune
somebody likes them some soundtracks

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:48 pm
by Seppuku
Opening Credits: Why Does it Hurt When I Pee? Frank Zappa. Hahaha I think I’m gonna like this movie.

Waking Up: Steven Malkmus – Baby C’mon. I can think of worse tracks to wake up to….which brings me to………………

First Day At School: Abba – Dancing Queen. WTF, I honestly had no idea I had this track in my library. Ugh, it brings back the memory of that one time in Non-School Uniform Day when I went to school in a skirt as a joke. (True Story)

Falling In Love: Faust – Sad Skinhead. … … … Umm does this mean I’m gonna meet Sinead O’ Conner some time soon and whisk her off her feet? (Great track by the way)

Fight Song: The Meters – Darling, Darling, Darling. Um, pillow fight maybe.

Breaking Up: David Bowie – Ashes to Ashes. Yeah, I can see that I guess.

Prom: Patti Smith – Rock n Roll Negrah. If they had a DJ who’d play tracks like this at my prom, then maybe I’d actually have gone.

Life is good: Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene IV. Nothing like a Frenchman to bring out the joie de vivre in a guy.

Mental Breakdown: NOW THIS IS A MIRACLE!! Stone Temple Pilots - Bi-Polar Bear

Driving: Midnight Oil – The Dead Heart. Nothing like an Australian group to remind you of that wide, open road.

Flashback: Thelonious Monk – Green Chimneys. Heh, anything by him would have fitted into the Mental Breakdown category too.

Getting Back Together: Roy Harper – I Hate the White Man. Erm, if I’m hooking up with that chick I met at the Black Panther meeting a few years ago, I guess I could do worse

Wedding: Led Zeppelin – Tangerine. I’d play it.

Final Battle: Orange Juice – Rip it Up. I’d probably have preferred some death metal, but this’ll do

Death Scene: Monkey Magic Theme. Hahahaha, I guess Pigsy and Monkey must have had a Deathmatch to see who gets to get dirty with that fine-ass Tripitaka chick…I mean monk

Funeral Song: King Crimson – I Talk to the Wind. Woah… Perfect.

End Credits: New Model Army – Lust For Power. Well, at least another Abba track didn’t come up! :oops:

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:51 pm
by papalazeru
BTW...Atomic....recommend something else from myscrape and I'll cut your nads off.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 11:29 pm
by justcheckin
darkjedijaina wrote:omg, just checkin'.... we both got Rapper's Delight.

now THAT in itself is funny.



haha... at least mine was in mental breakdown =)

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 11:53 pm
by Man-in-the-Box
Opening Credits: Tesla; Rock Me To The Top (How the hell did that get in there?)

Waking Up: Ramones; Pet Sematary (Not exactly appropriate, but cool nonetheless)

First Day At School: 3 Doors Down; Never Will I Break (Emberrassment washes over me again)

Falling In Love: Metallica; Free Speech For The Dumb (Proof that I didn't cheat)

Fight Song: Kid Rock; Fuck Off (Hearing that made me want to fight... Kid Rock)

Breaking Up: Depeche Mode; Waiting For The Night (I got nothin')

Prom: Ray Charles; You Are My Sunshine (Sounds kinda like my prom, a blind guy singing about sunshine)

Life is good: Elvis; Burning Love (Nice)

Mental Breakdown: Cake; Friend Is A Four Letter Word (One, two, three, four, five... hey wait a minute, I've been duped)

Driving: Days Of The New; Independant Slaves (Hit and miss is right)

Flashback: Clint Black; A Bad Goodbye (Emberrassed yet again, but oddly enough it kinda fits)

Getting Back Together: Eric Clapto; Cocaine (It took copious amounts of cocaine to get her to take me back, but hey whatever works right)

Wedding: Elvis; Jailhouse Rock (That's what happens when you use drugs to get a woman to marry you, sent up the river)

Final Battle: Faith No More; Crack Hitler (In the end, I'll fight Hitler... on crack. Yeah. Anyone notice that drugs seem to be playing a major role towards the end of this here movie)

Death Scene: Refreshments; European Swallow (Yep, once again I'm drawing a blank. I'm sure there's a european Hitler tie-in there, but the song itself just doesn't fit)

Funeral Song: Metallica; Tuesday's Gone (and so is the Man in the Box)

End Credits: Ramones; Danny Says (Works for me)

I hope you enjoy it. That was a lot of fun. Thanks.

Re: Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2006 4:08 am
by Keepcoolbutcare
IF YOUR LIFE WAS A MOVIE, WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?

Opening Credits: Omaha - Tapes and Tapes - "The Loon" - I was hoping for something mellow for the opening credits, "I've been waiting a while" "You shouldn't wake me awhile" are some chill, lilting choruses, with "I've been aiding my fall" as a nice summation of my semblance of an existence thus far. Good stuff!

Waking Up: Birdie Brain - The Fiery Furnaces - "Blueberry Boat" - The indie run continues, with a sweet opening couplet, a plaintive sing-song from the twisted mind of Eleanor Friedberger "I hate the steam train that whistles woozy my bird brain / That sends my spaniel insane". Opens up like a syrupy-synth dream...I don't know if it's perfect, but it's damn close. Off my fave Furnace album to boot!

First Day At School: 2 Kindsa Love - JSBX - "Now I Got Worry" Ok, still all indie, and while I fuckin' love the scuzzy blues-punk of Jon Spencer (with a theremin breakdown!), this is one qweird First day at school track. Fun fact... actual first day of kindergarden ended with some plucky local photographer snapping a picture of me and my new bff (what, I was 4!) on the way out. Friendship didn't last the year, maybe he was teh Dumbledore?

Falling In Love: One Dub - Bob Marley - "Songs Of Freedom (Disc 4)". Well, if you just use the beat, it could go along with the awkward fumbling that accompanied the actual falling in love. Or...OR...could be my eternal love for the ganga! Could work in the background for a first time I got blazed scene, though in truth I think we were watching "Yellowbeard".

Fight Song: HAHAHAHA! oh, this is priceless! Interjections! - Essra Mohawk - The Best of Schoolhouse Rock - "Hey! That smarts! Ouch! That hurts! Yow! That's not fair givin' a guy a shot down there!" HAHAHAHAHA!!! Could also work in a comeback to a brawl inducing SNAP. Love it. No one, to my knowledge, has ever thought of setting a fight song to this!

Breaking Up: emo before it got all, well, EMO! Parthogenesis - Lungfish - "Talking Songs for Walking" SOOO many Lungfish songs could really work as a breakup mosh-mope, this one, well, the lyrics don't quite do it, but damn if the steady thrum of bass in the Ian MacKaye produced, (circa 1992 all ye' whippersnappers!) strobbing hardcore funk-thrash doesn't simulate heartbreak in all it's wanton wretchedness.

Prom: Deep Inside - Fishbone - "Truth and Soul" - Hey, subversive thrash from one of my most cherished adolescent acts, a band I saw twice in a span of a week in HS. The hazy prom memories I'm able to recall...Limo, NYC, The Plaza, grindin' with my girl in the middle of the dancefloor, winning Prom King (ugly, ugly school), limo, party boat, breakfast, fucking, collapsing on the bed at 7:30am don't really mesh with this get the crowd moshing anthem. At all.

Life is good: Collarbone - Fujiya & Miyagi - "Transparent Things" - Essentially one of those lyrics-is-a-list-of-bones, but goddamn if they don't pull of appropriating the funk strut of seminal Krautrockers Can and Neu! to an eerie degree. Japanese, by way of Germany. I think you can find this on Pitchfork's Ultimate Mix-Tape dealio, and if you don't have it yet I couldn't recommend it enough. "Got to get a new pair of shoes to kick it with her". Life is good, or at least infinitely more tolerable, with this pumping in the background. That bass line is fucking dope!

Mental Breakdown: Sekou Story - Nas - Street's Disciple - Good track, but taint for buggin out. Tho' Nas does sing as Scarlett, the chick in the track, perhaps a twinge of sexual ambivalence as I suck dick for weed money? Best to leave that thought alone...

Driving: heh. Rock With You - Michael Jackson - "Off the Wall" - Say what you will about Jack-O, he was the King of Pop for good reasons. Might make some random disco-dancey type of mix, would work if I'm headin' to a club and turned on the local "Dumbledore Dance Party" or "Urban Dance" station, 'cuz it's sure to be the best thing on the radio at that given moment.

Flashback: Don't Get Lost in Heaven - Gorillaz - "Demon Days" Ahh, the halcyon days of yesterday (2k5) when I was less gray, less embittered , more full of...oh, who am I kidding. Tho' if the question is about an acid flashback, it actually works kinda well. "Put me in a cab to suburbia I just took a line but it wasn't with you / There was more of it there, when I got back home / But you had left me,you don't know my soul..." Would induce only mild paranoia, and that's WAY better than a full on flashback...

Getting Back Together: Hello - Lyrics Born - "Later That Day" - "If you gotta dolla' you better save it for tomorrow it's a love thang..." I could see myself pumping this all Lloyd Dobler-esque from a Boombox. Not that it works, lyrically, sonically, emotionally. I can just see myself doing it.

Wedding: oh man...Recipe for Hate - Bad Religion - "Recipe for Hate" - oh man, she LOVES Bad Religion, and this is one blazing 'lil pub-punk burner, but unless we're tying our bonds over our mutual hatred for all things not us...say wait, THIS IS PERFECT! Love may tear us apart, but our mutual hatred for all you boring gentlemen will keep us in Holy Matrimony forever! Plus, hey, slam-dancing at the Wedding, how cool would that be! Great, great band, sure it's message music, but Greg makes the medicine easy to swallow with bombastic, robust choruses.

Final Battle: O.S.T (Original Soundtrack) - The People Under the Stairs - "O.S.T." Yes, named from THAT Wes Craven flick, PUtS spit braggadocious rhymes over some sick, slick, soul-funk samples crate dug by one of the finest diggers in the biz. They've never been popular, never blew up, not known for singles (which in the rap biz means no one hears of ya') their albums work, and work well, as a cohesive whole. I've put it in for folks as background music and always, at some point, 'bout halfway through the album, I'm inevitably asked who these cats are, why haven't they heard of 'em, blah blah blah. Good act, a dime a dozen, sure, but professionalism is a trait I admire in my hip-hop heads. Workmanlike competency.

Death Scene: Jimmy - Tool - "Ænima" - I know someone else put this on my i-tunes, 'cuz while I know I purchased this album, I also know I sold it back, a standard practice of mine with Tool albums until I stopped caring for Maynard's worldview alltogether. I always LOVED the albums on first listen, but quickly grew bored with them. Not a bad band for a death scene, and while the track is solid, not the one I'd of chosen for my death...that would be Opiate, still my fave Tool track ever, and one they never really moved beyond.

Funeral Song: Had a Dad - Jane's Addiction - Works, and may work well at my funeral...if coming from the perspective of my children (also would work at my biological dads funeral, the fucker). Gotta say, haven't heard this for a long time but it still holds up. They coulda had the world, and their breakup contributed immensely to my jaded and cynical outlook on life. You broke my heart Perry.

End Credits: Choking on a Wishbone - Atmosphere - Se7en - So many better Slug verses to end this. Would've preferred Nothing but Sunshine or Shrapnel or Always Coming Back Home to You from Sluggo & Ant, but random rules is random rules.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2006 4:20 am
by Keepcoolbutcare
Man-in-the-Box wrote:Fight Song: Kid Rock; Fuck Off (Hearing that made me want to fight... Kid Rock)


HAHAHAHAHA!

Man-in-the-Box wrote:Getting Back Together: Eric Clapto; Cocaine (It took copious amounts of cocaine to get her to take me back, but hey whatever works right)


darn' 'tootin!

Man-in-the-Box wrote:Wedding: Elvis; Jailhouse Rock (That's what happens when you use drugs to get a woman to marry you, sent up the river)


or in Kurt's case, you end up with a shotgun in your mouth just so you can escape the Succubus.

Man-in-the-Box wrote:Final Battle: Faith No More; Crack Hitler (In the end, I'll fight Hitler... on crack. Yeah. Anyone notice that drugs seem to be playing a major role towards the end of this here movie)


Awesome!

PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2006 5:54 am
by AtomicHyperbole
@KC - nice to see some Tapes N Tapes there! :)

PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2006 7:12 am
by doglips
Opening Credits: Off The Lip - Aspects feat The Bees

Waking Up: In The Morning - The Coral

First Day At School: Sunshine - The Bees

Falling In Love: Fully Charged On Planet X - Chief Xcel feat The Gift of the Gab & Lateef

Fight Song: Love Is - Common

Breaking Up: Lopsided - At The Drive In

Prom: Apache Rose Peacock - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Life is good: Dollars and Cents - Radiohead

Mental Breakdown: 4th chamber - Genius/GZA

Driving: It's All In Your Mind - Beck

Flashback: Modern World - Wolf Parade

Getting Back Together: Skullfuckery Ft The Heliocentrics - DJ Shadow

Wedding: Brown Skin Lady - Blackstar

Final Battle: A Tune For Jack - Lemon Jelly

Death Scene: The Blast - Talib Kweli

Funeral Song: Pass The Hatchet, I Think I'm Goodkind - Yo La Tengo

End Credits: And I Was A Boy From School - Hot Chip

PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2006 7:30 am
by Pacino86845
Opening credits: that song, by that guy, or was it a woman, or-

I am incapable of doing this... :(

PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2006 8:03 am
by magicmonkey
Opening Credits: The Fall - Ride Away. Nice.

Waking Up: Tom Waits - King Kong. Perfect.

First Day At School: Johnny Cash - What On Earth (Will You Do For Heaven's Sake). Heh.

Falling In Love: Miles Davis - Concierto De Aranjuez (Part Two Ending). Awww, sweet.

Fight Song: King Kong - Prelude & Love Theme. Hmmm, two King Kongs so far, put 'em up! Then I hit them with a flower.

Breaking Up: Bob Dylan - Sign on the Window. Awesome!!

Prom: Miles Davis - Concierto De Aranjuez (Part Two Ending). Um, I guess that's pretty random...

Life is good: Johnny Cash - Way Worn Traveler. Thats one way to look at it, I guess.

Mental Breakdown: Graham Coxon - Tell it like it is. Hmmm, I guess not an extreme mental breakdown then. Still nice enuff tune.

Driving: Gnarls Barkley - Crazy. I imagine I could do some fancy cornering to this. Hope the budget covers a fancy motor.

Flashback: The Clash - Know Your Rights. Cool, you see I have the right to life unless taken by a cop or an aristocrat, I have the right to food as long as I don't mind humiliation, and bonus I have the right to free speach as long as I'm not dumb enough to actually try it. I know all this 'cos I had a flash back.

Getting Back Together: The Flintstones movie/Meet The Flintstones. Just odd, dark and a little scary, perhaps I should be wondering at this point if its worh actually getting back together. Oooh, cheesy sax, party! Mmmmm funk guitar! Horns! Fuck it, we're back together! Wow, if ever I form a cheesy covers band then this is on the play list. I never knew Fred was a pimp before.

Wedding: Tom Waits - Redrum. So it appears my wedding is a Lynchian moment, do I seriously want to lift that veil? That organist sounds creepy, play the wedding march fuck face, quickly, please!

Final Battle: King Kong Lives - Return to Borneo / End Credits. More Kong!! Its a heart stretchign final battle, full of poignancy and sentimentality. Is Jessica Tandy in this movie?

Death Scene: The Fall - Youwanner. Hmmm, cataclysmic, exciting perhaps or a nice counterpoint to an overdose from too much partying.

Funeral Song: Tom Waits - Shiny Things. "I'm not dancing here tonight" Tom wails, no shit I say.

End Credits: Gnarls Barkley - Necromancing. You may now leave the theatre and discuss the movie or perhaps watch the credits roll. Kinda a Michael Mann ending or Michael Bay...

PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 11:43 pm
by thebostonlocksmith
Opening credits - Club foot - Kasabian
Waking up - Supersonic - Oasis
First day at school - The new pollution - Beck!
Falling in love - Are you gonna go my way - Lenny Kravitz
Fight song - People are strange - The Doors
Breaking up - Traffic - Stereophonics
Life is good - Heartbeats - Jose Gonzalez
Mental Breakdown - Down Rodeo - RATM
Driving - Venus in furs - The Velvet Underground
Flashback - Come back brighter - Reef
Getting back together - Mr.Brightside - The Killers
Wedding - The small print - Muse
Final Battle - That's entertainment - The Jam
Death scene - Hoppipolla - Sigur Ros
Funeral Song - Keep what ya got - Ian Brown
End Credits - No surprises - Radiohead

Re: Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 11:46 pm
by Vegeta
AtomicHyperbole wrote:OK, a friend forwarded this to me on Myspace, but it's quite intriguing...

IF YOUR LIFE WAS A MOVIE, WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?
So, here's how it works:
1. Open your library
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question / scene, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend your cool...

Opening Credits:

Waking Up:

First Day At School:

Falling In Love:

Fight Song:

Breaking Up:

Prom:

Life is good:

Mental Breakdown:

Driving:

Flashback:

Getting Back Together:

Wedding:

Final Battle:

Death Scene:

Funeral Song:

End Credits:


Love this topic AH! I will have to give mucho thought... being the mix tape junkie that I am 8)

Re: Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 11:51 pm
by darkjedijaina
Vegeta wrote:
Love this topic AH! I will have to give mucho thought... being the mix tape junkie that I am 8)


You aren't supposed to give it thought!!!

1. Open your library
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question / scene, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend your cool...

Re: Soundtrack To Your Life

PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 12:12 am
by Vegeta
darkjedijaina wrote:
Vegeta wrote:
Love this topic AH! I will have to give mucho thought... being the mix tape junkie that I am 8)


You aren't supposed to give it thought!!!

1. Open your library
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question / scene, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend your cool...


DJJ, if you're going to be such a stickler for details, then I'll just have to stop staring at your av.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 12:18 am
by darkjedijaina
:lol:

just try. :wink:

PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 12:19 am
by thebostonlocksmith
Why can't i see the pictures????

PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 1:23 am
by havocSchultz
thebostonlocksmith wrote:Why can't i see the pictures????




Go to your profile and select "show avs and sigs" or something like that...

It defaults to them being off everytime you go into profile...

PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 2:16 am
by thebostonlocksmith
Cheers man, i did try that... i can see some but not all... including Jaina's and yours... But thanks anyway.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2006 11:30 pm
by justcheckin
Someone else needs to do this... it was fun and fun to read what eveyone else gets...

Who's up next?

PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2006 11:53 pm
by Brocktune
ok, ive got my mp3 player on me.
ill go.


Opening Credits: "Pick Up the Pieces" - Average White Band.
ha, how apropos

Waking Up: "Rack Rack" - Polysics

First Day At School: "Afterglow" - Pine AM

Falling In Love: "Siki Siki Baba" - Kocani Orkestar

Fight Song: "Let Me Know" (Mighty Bop Remix) - Towa Tei

Breaking Up: "Potpourri" - Pizzicato Five

Prom: "Nerdcore Rising" - MC Frontalot

Life is good: "Bokutachi no Jinkan" - Kayo

Mental Breakdown: "Stretch Building Bamboo" - Towa Tei

Driving: "Cayitano" - Perez Prado. there couldnt be a more perfect selection

Flashback: "Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll" - Ian Dury & the Blockheads

Getting Back Together: "Domino" - The Cramps

Wedding: "Tokyo Classic" - Rip Slyme

Final Battle: "Taste of Honey" - Martin Denny

Death Scene: "This Old Man" MC Frontalot

Funeral Song: " Virgen de la Macarenas" - Perez Prado

End Credits: "Come Go With Me/Hushabye" - Astrud Gilberto

PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 3:05 am
by Eunuch Provocateur
Opening Credits: The Beatles - Nowhere Man

Waking Up: Hot Water Music - Just Don't say you Lost it

First Day At School: Charles Bukowski - Something For the Touts, the Nuns, the Grocery Clerks & You

Falling In Love: Gorillaz - Don't get lost in Heaven

Fight Song: Weezer - Surf Wax America

Breaking Up: The Clash - Death or Glory

Prom: Sufjan Stevens - One last "Whoo-hoo!" for the Pullman

Life is good: Noggin Toboggan - Watch my Mouth

Mental Breakdown: Muse - Apocalypse Please

Driving: Rage Against the Machine - Born as Ghosts

Flashback: Orgy - Eva

Getting Back Together: Berlin - You Don't Know

Wedding: Beck - Cold Brains

Final Battle: Jay-Z - 99 Problems

Death Scene: Bob Marley - I shot the Sheriff.

Funeral Song: Project 86 - The Great Golden Gate Disaster.

End Credits: Paul Cantelon - River of Collections

PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 1:48 pm
by TonyWilson
Opening Credits: 3 - 5am Intro - Unklesounds
Pretty perfect I guess.

Waking Up: The Seed 2.0 - The Roots
I guess I'm getting woken up by getting laid.

First Day At School: Nehemiah - Hope Of The States
I've never actually listened to this. It's all about telling lies though so quite appropriate.

Falling In Love: Girlshapedlovedrug - Gomez
Hahahaha, absolutely perfect. "she's a wicked girl/worst in all the world" "She spends her days in a violent rage. Try as I might I love her everytime the tears run dry"

Fight Song: Someday - The Strokes
I guess it's going to be a comedy scrap. Phew.

Breaking Up: We're In This Together Now - Nine Inch Nails
Sarcasm I suppose.

Prom: Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me - The Smiths
Personally, this is perfect one for my prom.

Life is good: Weatherbox - Mission Of Burma
Definite proof it's random.

Mental Breakdown: Since I Left You - Avalanches
Well it's got happy lyrics but I guess the cut up nature of the song is a good fit.

Driving: The Proxy - RJD2
I can see myself cruising on the motorway in the middle of night to this. Good fit.

Flashback: Lola - Blendcrafters
If it's a flashback to a James Brown concert then we're set.

Getting Back Together: Emperor Tomato Ketchup - Stereolab
Well I do love French chicks.

Wedding: And She Was - Talking Heads
Hahaha, a great one actually.

Final Battle: Unreal - U.N.K.L.E
This is one fucked up ultimate confrontation. No one's getting out ok.

Death Scene: Life - Jeffrey Lewis
Hmmm. Interesting.


Funeral Song: All Along The Watchtower - Bob Dylan
Nice!

End Credits: Last Goodbye (live) - Jeff Buckley
Beautiful beautiful beautiful.

PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 7:34 pm
by justcheckin
Those are good!!

PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 2:05 pm
by athenabodicea
rserocki wrote:
Falling In Love: I Am Your Father (instrumental) Jimmi Jammes www.djj.tk



:shock:


I'll have to wait & give this a go when I get home....
Great thread AH...

PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 2:38 pm
by The Vicar
Opening Credits:
Nobodies Fault But My Own - Beck

Waking Up:
Butterfly Bleu - Iron Butterfly

First Day At School:
Secret Life of Arabia - David Bowie

Falling In Love:
Moad World - Michael Andrews version w/ Gary Jules

Fight Song:
End of the Innocence - Don Henley

Breaking Up:
Everybodies Gotta Learn Sometime - The Korgis

Prom:
Indian Summer - Joe Walsh

Life is good:
This Strange Effect - Hooverphonic

Mental Breakdown:
The Light Dies Down on Broadway - Genesis ( from The Lamb )

Driving:
Falling - Julee Cruise ( theme from Twin Peaks )

Flashback:
Eyes Without a Face - Billy Idol

Getting Back Together:
Stairway to Heaven - Led Zep

Wedding:
Barely Breathing - Duncan Sheik

Final Battle:
The Promise - Michael Nyman

Death Scene:
She Runs Away - Duncan Sheik again

Funeral Song:
Afterglow ( live ) - Genesis

End Credits:
Rain All Day - Fleming & John