#1
Hey, I've heard this song several times (not on the radio) and I REALLLY wanted to know what it's called/who it's by

the main chorus is: "nothing can change the shape of things to (nothing can )come (change the shape of things to come)"

it was kinda fast paced and I'm think it was a pretty well-known, famous song.
#3
go to the radiostations website and remeber what time it was on and most stations usually post what song was play when
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#6
Quote by self-made_page
^^x2He said he hadn't heard it on the radio.

However, if you're ever in a similar position where you have heard it on the radio, go to yes.com and look up your station. They had backlogs for 24 hours.


Cool site.
#7
hey, the Slade version is cool, but it's not the version I'm thinking of, probably the original version, it had a british-pop-invasion-yardbirds-kinks sound to it...
#9
Quote by distilledspirit
Cool site.
very cool site indeed.
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#10
The song 'Shape of Things To Come', was done in 1968 by Max Frost and the Troopers, and was a protest song, and part of the soundtrack for the movie 'Wild In The Streets'.....
#11
SWEET thank you so much pamj lol you reminded me of the kick ass song by circle jerks
#12
Quote by rayIII
SWEET thank you so much pamj lol you reminded me of the kick ass song by circle jerks


I love that Circle Jerks song.
And if ever You come near, I will hold up high a mirror.
Lord, I could never show you anything as beautiful as You.