#1
Did anyone ever notice the similarities between the Sex Pistols 'Pretty Vacant' and lady gag alittle's 'Poker face'? Check out the intro's on both!!
#5
Umm, quavers? That's the only similarity I can see. Different tempo, different intervals, different key...
#7
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the only similarities between those two artists is that theyre both highly overrated

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#10
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You sir, need to be homosexual.

Because he speaks the truth?
#13
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vs threads against the rules, **** them both by the way


you, sir, need to learn to read.

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Or TS you can have this version

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfukZyVi9Hk


but this. is. amazing.
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#14
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you, sir, need to learn to read.


but this. is. amazing.


have a look at this one.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfOddwK7x3E
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#15
The "Pretty Vacant" riff was taken from an ABBA song. It doesn't sound anything like Poker Face, really.
#16
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The "Pretty Vacant" riff was taken from an ABBA song. It doesn't sound anything like Poker Face, really.


The arpeggio is similar, and sounds more similar than the Abba song Glen Matlock fabricated it from.
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#17
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