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Singing Saw! Oh how I need to go listen to Neutral Milk Hotel
Quote by bass-man9712
once again they are being played by people nearly twice the age they are in the story

i'll listen to it when i get sound but but that made me laugh


They make the joke twice near the end, when Harry screams, "I'm a 12 year-old boy!" and the audience cracks up.
Quote by AnAngrySquirrel
Bitch I ain't Cho Chang!

I'm gonna have to watch this when I have some time

Yeah, make sure you have time, it's about 3 hours long. They fit all 7 books into it XD
Quote by metal_al73
This is hilarious but the instruments are too loud when they're singing. Struggle to make out the words

That's the only real problem, is how bad the sound quality is, but it's tolerable, and the description has the lyrics to the songs, in that segment. Oh, and when the instruments overpower Malfoy, it's on purpose.
Quote by 20cdndollars
I stickied the thread, I might watch it when I have more time. Looks alright from the first couple minutes.


But what I really wanted to say is that this man has great taste in music. Keep up the good work.

It gets much better as it goes.

And many thanks to you good sir
Quote by TheFallen1328
So classic. I even ripped it and put it on a DVD so I could enjoy it with friends.

Also, the cast was consistently hilarious, aside from the girl who played Bellatrix (her screaming was annoying).

Moonshoes Potter!

That is all.


I was really glad she wasn't in it much XD But she was at least tolerable.

Voldemort and Quirrel made my day...

"...Hey you"
This is by far, one of the greatest anythings I have ever seen in my entire life. A Very Potter Musical, it's a fanmade musical paying tribute to, and mocking Harry Potter, the comedy and music are absolutely perfect, though the sound is sometimes a bit off. Keep in mind, this is LONG, but very worth watching every second.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmwM_AKeMCk&feature=PlayList&p=C76BE906C9D83A3A&playnext_from=PL&index=0&playnext=1

Anyways, this thread is to pay tribute to one of the greatest things mankind has every put upon this earth.


And Draco Malfoy is the greatest bastion of hilarity ever.
I have the same birthday as Buckethead! I'm so excited!
Quote by phlip999
Anyone else think he looks a bit like the monster from Young Frankenstein?

Yeah, but sexier.


'Nuff said.
What are some modern bands who still release on vinyl who don't translate well to it? Meaning that the sound quality is lacking, even in comparison to CD or MP3

The only ones I can think of now Mindless Self Indulgence and Metallica (their modern releases)
ITT: people trying to justify something that obviously and logically has no grounds.
Quote by the bartender
teehee...

we've got one that doesn't like it when people joke about him

I'm actually not that big a Hardcore fan, myself, it's just that ignorance is bothersome.
Quote by Zoot Allures
You heard it here first people, you are no longer allowed to play this genre of music because it ended in 1996.

You're a fool XD That's just when the genre happened to end, there are no longer any newer bands that play in that style. Or at least enough to acknowledge.
Quote by Dirge Humani
Emo does not mean Emotive hardcore any more than using Fag as an insult means a gay person.

But "fag" is considered a slur, is it not?

If you're white, and I call you the N-word, it's still inappropriate.
Quote by the bartender
are you defending emoism >.>?

*sharpens his verbal flamesword*

You mean the genre that started in 1985 and ended in 1996, more correctly referred to as Emotive Hardcore? A form of HARDCORE Punk with more attention paid to lyrics, but with the same ferocity and speed as typical Hardcore Punk? The genre that has nothing to do with sadness, women, or self-mutilation, but rather anger and politics?

As you obviously don't know, go look up Rites Of Spring, that is Emo.
I don't see what wanting to feel pain has to do with Emo...unless you're one of those idiots who has no idea what it is but still feels the need to discriminate against it...
Quote by k7apex
No 21 Guns?!?!?

It's on RB2 as DLC
Quote by B4Dkarma
who gives a shit about the fundamentals of it?

If the music is pleasurable to listen to, then LISTEN TO IT.
Greenday is catchy, well written, and awesome.

I dont care what kind of chords are basic rythms they are using.

Not to mention Billie Joe is a brilliant performer and songwriter.

I agree completely, but I was specifically addressing the points of the individual I was talking to.
Quote by Woodkha'ak
Nope.

Phil from All That Remains is finishing it for him.

Phil was brought in on short notice since they were on tour together, but for long term they're negotiating with their old singer.
Back problems, the old singer is finishing the tour for him.
Quote by LesPaulGuy514
Not that Green Day is a bad band, but you would think they could pick a band with a little more hard stuff, wouldn't you think? They should also make the simpson's theme song on there, that would be fun to sing.

REVELATION! Maube there making a rock band focusing around the singing this time and not the instruments. Ick.


They already released Beatles
Quote by tragorious
rage more haha

I'm not mad, just disappointed. It's sad really.

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/g/green_day/wake_me_up_when_september_ends_tab.htm

Not groundbreaking, but you know it'd be fun to play.
Quote by tragorious
wont all the songs be the same to play..

Not really, don't be so closed minded, a lot of them have nifty little riffs and definitely some odd rhythms, especially the newer stuff from 21st Century Breakdown. I mean honestly, listen to Longview, Brain Stew, and Hitchin' A Ride and tell me that they're anywhere near similar to themselves, or any of the newer ruckus.

EDIT: And Jesus Of Suburbia hits so many different styles and movements within itself, that comment was just completely unfounded and ridiculous.
Sounds pretty fun, and I love that Warning has at least a few songs on there, truly underrated album.
Anberlin, Relient K, American Hi-Fi, Barenaked Ladies, Matchbox 20, Stroke 9, and probably a bunch of others I can't remember.
Well the original Star Wars was supposed to be tongue-in-cheek and along the lines of self-parody anyway...so I can see it not being mind-numbingly terrible...just normal terrible.
Aqualung by Jethro Tull

Sitting on a park bench --
eyeing little girls with bad intent.
Snot running down his nose --
greasy fingers smearing shabby clothes.
Hey, aqualung
Drying in the cold sun --
Watching as the frilly panties run.
Hey, aqualung
Feeling like a dead duck --
spitting out pieces of his broken luck.
Quote by Seaweed2626
A Little Piece of Heaven-A7X

and this song on rock band - Charlene im right behind you

Charlene I'm Right Behind You, was supposed to be, it's Stephen Colbert making fun of creepy 80's New Wave ballads.
Quote by WalterKronkite
Likes a fairly small range of music

Favorites...not all of it. I actually have yet to find a band or artist I don't, at least, marginally enjoy.

Needless to say, I have both Meshuggah and Hanson in my CD collection. As well as some Mos Def and Led Zeppelin, but these are the ones that I prefer over anything else. They also change constantly...

EDIT: It spans 3 decades and they're almost all different genres XD
7/10, some parts are awesome, others kind of annoy me.

And to the other guy, Smashing Pumpkins are awesome!
Well the title kinda says it all, what are some songs that, upon further inspection, are much creepier than you first thought?

I say the old classic Baby, It's Cold Outside is definitely pretty creepy, specifically she she sings the line, "Say, what's in this drink?" and he ignores it...
It makes me happy on the inside 9/10
Whoa...deja vu. This is about exactly what's going on here...
Quote by barden1069
I doubt many people that frequent the pit remember 1936...

They've been playing this as part of the Looney Toons block for forever, it's been quite exceedingly circulated on Cartoon Network et al. for a pretty long while.
That's muthaclucking epic XD You sir get bonus points at life.
Does anyone remember this absolutely amazing Merry Melodies cartoon from 1936? It was a parody of The Jazz Singer, and absolutely amazing in every aspect. The story of a young owl, born to a classically trained, closed-minded music teacher who disapproves of his Jazz singing, and kicks him out, only to be discovered by a local amateur radio station. Absolutely beautiful, and one of my favorite guilty pleasure songs ever.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73Itckz7kNk
Quote by sock_demon
MArio Kart 64 = game, thus Gaming Thread.

I'm sorry you find the way my brain works to be of ill-consequence.

Gaming Thread = massive, blob of complete rambling and elitism.

This thread = specific question with specific answers about a specific game.

It's called common sense.
Quote by Sherlock_Bones
Your choices were a little subjective. It was like reading a tabloid paper.
Therefore, I deem this void.

Take it all with a grain of salt XD They were supposed to be subjective for the sake of light entertainment. Not seriousness, like a tabloid.
Quote by sock_demon
Gaming Thread.

derpderp

You're an idiot and that makes me giggle!