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Old 05-01-14, 10:21 PM   #101
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In the tradition of pre-war Japanese street marching bands.

Asakusa Jinta - Sky Zero Introduction and Sky Zero - Live in Osaka Japan

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Enigma,The Rivers of Belief. Question for the knowledgable ones among us: Where did they film the "river scenes" in this video? I want to say India, but I am
definitely not sure. Uh, jumping into water that color doesn't seem like it would be good for one's health.

That aside, this, like all Enigma Videos, is quite cool

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Enigma,The Rivers of Belief. Question for the knowledgable ones among us: Where did they film the "river scenes" in this video? I want to say India, but I am
definitely not sure. Uh, jumping into water that color doesn't seem like it would be good for one's health.

That aside, this, like all Enigma Videos, is quite cool
Nice !, This was the 1st song I remember hearing with classical incorporated into the intro

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Maybe the songs were getting too deep, lets have some fun with NC's own SCOTS :


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Even if you don't care for Social Distortion, this video is VERY well done. Wish more music videos were done like this.

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Lorenza Ponce, "Baby Please Don't Go." Man, a fine voice, and what this very talented young woman can do with a violin...

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i searched and I don't think this has been posted.

The license is about to expire so this may be the last chance.

Pretty cool...


NPR article:http://http://www.npr.org/blogs/thet...e-oddity-video
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Gone nearly three years already :/
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Coldcut, Atomic Moog 2000

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[QUOTE=mconlonx;16763451]Coldcut, Atomic Moog 2000

Following your lead into political songs, love the title: Wolves in Wolves Clothing by NOFX

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Another "warning" song from a GREAT band

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Honestly never meant to take this political, just found that Coldcut song, finally, after not remembering the title or who did it from way back.

Here, as far as I can tell, non-political:

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A top 40 radio hit from the early 70s: Smoke gets in your Eyes, by Blue Haze.

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