LPSG Jukebox

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  1. B_ScaredLittleBoy

    B_ScaredLittleBoy New Member

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    What songs do you put on the jukebox? In prepartion for Friday night, this is my list:

    Spin Doctors - Two Princes
    James Brown - Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
    Little Richard - Good Golly Miss Molly
    Prince - ? (I've worn those out and it isn't a very good selection...maybe Gold?)

    What would your pick be? You can choose more than four. Just that it's four for a pound :wink:
     
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    I'm not allowed to put money in jukeboxes, my choices are prone to make people cry in their beer :)
     
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    Barry White - You're the First, the Last, My Everything
    Darude - Sandstorm
    Pearl Jam - Jeremy
    AC/DC - You Shook me All Night Long
     
  4. B_ScaredLittleBoy

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    But on LPSG no one can cry (or if they do you don't see them). Tell us SP!

    Here's my revised list:

    Spin Doctors - Two Princes
    Little Richard - Good Golly Miss Molly (would have liked Long Tall Sally but its not on)
    James Brown - Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
    Alanis Morrisette - Hand In My Pocket*

    *Nice song but her voice really annoys me...so screechy.
     
  5. got_lost

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    Ooooh...... 4 for a £.....

    So I'm on an economy drive so will stick to 4 too.....

    Rocco DeLuca and the Burden - Soul
    Newton Faulkner - Ageing Superhero
    The Midway State - A Million Fireflies
    Captain Phoenix - Pistols & Hearts
     
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    It's unsual that I haven't heard of at least one song out of four.

    Yours was an unusal post :tongue:
    Even the titles don't ring a bell.
     
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    Here goes then

    End of the World - Brenda Lee
    Song to the Siren - Sheila Chandra
    The Beauty of the Rain - Dar Williams
    Higher - Creed

    Not my absolute favourites, just what I fancy at the moment.
     
  8. B_ScaredLittleBoy

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    I've heard of Creed...guess that's something :tongue:

    I had another thought:

    Savage Garden - To The Moon And Back

    But I don't think it goes with the rest and might be a bit dark for a Northern pub hehe.

    End of the world doesn't sound very happy. Ooh and Stand By Me will have to go on (by Ben E King). Its gonna be a good night :biggrin1:
     
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    I'm an unusual girl!! :biggrin1:

    OK.. so those are my faves at the mo....
    But admittedly not seen them on any jukebox.
    But then not seen a jukebox for yonks....:rolleyes:
     
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    I dunno about jukeboxes

    but I just saw Ian Brown tonight

    so Stone Roses all round!
     
  11. B_ScaredLittleBoy

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    My mates are into Stone Roses. Fools Gold, Waterfall and FEAR get played a lot :rolleyes:

    Ocean Colour Scene - The Day We Caught The Train is phat :cool:
     
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    Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division

    only song I like by them but it's so good

    and so not everyone gets depressed

    Fast Fuse - Kasabian
     
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    Feeding a jukebox is an artform. You have to balance:

    The catalog available vs. x money available vs. logical song programming: concurrent with what's playing? Or do you throw the room a left hook?



    I've always found this a crowdpleaser when available :biggrin1:
     
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    The version by "The Swans" is so much better. :biggrin: But I agree, it's a great song.
     
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    I have a jukebox in my house. :rolleyes: It plays opera/classical and old time rock and roll.
     
  16. IntoxicatingToxin

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    Alright! My mood has changed, which means I get to pick four more songs. :smile:

    Secret Machines - Nowhere Again
    Cradle of Filth - Swansong for a Raven
    Dead Milkmen - Punk Rock Girl
    Digital Underground - Humpty Dance
     
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    I would play old school R+B in the jukebox:

    O'Bryan--"I'm Freaky"
    Mtume--"Juicy Fruit"
    The Gap Band--"Outstanding"
    5Star--"Let Me Be The One"
    Jermaine Stewart--"The Word is Out"


    Then some old school pop
    Olivia Newton-John--"Magic"
    Olivia Newton-John--"Soul Kiss"
    Olivia Newton-John--"Have You Ever Been Mellow?"
    Culture Club and Scritti Politti--(Any album or song.)
    Art of Noise--(Any album or song but I REALLY LIKE "Beat Box" and "Moments in Love"

    Then, a few old club hits
    Kraftwerk-- "Numbers/Computer World 2"
    Man Parrish--"Hip Hop, Be Bop (Don't Stop!)"
    Newcleus--"Jam On It"

    If there is disco on there...
    I want the Donna Summer cliches.
    I want the Village People albums and cuts.
    I REALLY like the Giorgio Moroder stuff from "Midnight Express".

     
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    OK, I'm feeling low tonight, so I'll pick some real downers --

    Fire and Rain -- James Taylor
    The Living Years -- Mike and the Mechanics
    I Will Buy You A New Life -- Everclear
    Japanese Banana -- Alvin and the Chipmunks
     
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    Broken -- Jack Johnson... it's always the perfect song
    Flake -- Jack Johnson... it's relaxing plus it has a little beach sound to it
    1234 -- Feist... heard it on an iPod commercial and fell in love with it
    What You Want -- John Butler Trio... for those hard days
    Lapdance -- N.E.R.D. .... for when one feels a little cocky
    Until the Day I Die -- Story of the Year... to let the one I love know how i feel
    Crazy Bitch -- Buckcherry... the perfect fuck song
    In The Waiting Line -- Zero 7... the perfect smoking song if ever there was one
     
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    Pussy ~ Lords of Acid
    Bad Touch -~ The Bloodhound Gang
    Jesus built my Hot Rod~ Ministry
    Just one Fix ~ Ministry
    Fearless~ VNV Nation
    Lovefool` The Cardigans
    Godhead~ NitzerEbb
    Feel Good Inc ~ The Gorillaz
    Turning Japanese~ The vapors
    It's Martini Time~ Rev Horton Heat
    White Flag ~ Dido
    She Bop~ Cyndi Lauper
    Closer ~ NIN
    I Like it ~ Lords of Acid


    to name a few
     
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