yepI think I fucked your girlfriend once...
maybe twice, I don't remember..
and I fucked all of your friends girlfriends...
and now they hate you
When the bells of Aerodynamic suddenly become the fanfares of One More Time in a Daft Punk live show.
Hearing a coldly mechanical track tell me that it loves me on Music Has The Right To Children
the handclaps in space oddity
as predicted by nostradamus
When the guitar comes in and Clapton goes off in the middle of Blind Faith's "Presence of the Lord".
I said a hip hop the hippie the hippie to the hip hip hop, a you dont stop the rock it to the bang bang boogie say up jumped the boogie to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat...
Mine are all from a pop perspective because nobody else here is going to represent them.
Bass line from Dee-Lite's Groove is in the Heart.
Bass line from Young MC's Bust A Move.
Bass line from Madonna's Into the Groove
Bass line from Sade's No Ordinary Love.
The tambourine that comes in on the second verse of Christina Aguilera's Aint No Other Man.
Justine's moans at 1:08 on Elastica's All Nighter.
The synth part in the chorus section of Nelly Furtado's Promiscuous.
And of course:
The first thirty seconds of Billie Jean.
You'd think with all her money, she'd sort out those lopsided boobs.
"Super Going" is definitely something special... the first 4 minutes are pretty magic.
My contribution to this thread though would be the final minute of "7/4 (Shoreline)" by Broken Social Scene. That is without a doubt my favorite moment in recorded music at this point in my life. The shouted vocals and the crashing drums and the rhythm and then when the horns come in... everything I find perfect just comes together for about 60 seconds, it's very nice.
When the drums kick in near the middle of "Microcastle"
The last 3 minutes of "Sooner or Later" by N.E.R.D
Voted Best Black Board Member 2010
that one time when a bird took a shit on KoL
On the Live in New York City album by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - the moment where Bruce screams "NEW YORK CITY!", Max Weinberg does a crazy drum fill, and then Bruce shouts "LET'S GO! 1-2-" and then Roy Bittan plays the opening notes of 'Out in the Street'.
We're here to play some Mississippi Delta Blues. We're in a horrible depression, and I gotta admit - we're starting to like it.
fuckin' with the lights on
when things get all crazy on Careful With That Axe Eugene
November 6 - Sia
November 12 - Black Sabbath
January 30 - Sleep
I don't trust you... why should you trust me?