I just skimmed through Oasis' entire discography on Spotify looking for that one Oasis song I heard on the radio as an 8 year old and I CAN'T FUCKING FIND IT. Now I'm starting to question whether it was actually an Oasis song or not.
>several years ago >was trying to find the name of a Björk song for literally years >give up, forget about it >one day see her at a bakery that I frequent in the morning (I live in Iceland) >holyshititsher.bat >eventually work up the courage to ask her >act like an idiot, humming tune to Björk >"You mean 'Hyper-Ballad'?" >HOLY FUCK THANK YOU
And that's how I met Björk and found that one song
>>53189638 She seemed like a really cool person, not afraid to laugh, generally the type of person you'd like to talk to. Even after he answered my question she still kept up the conversation, asked questions, and generally acted more like a person than a celebrity. Also she eats scones, and has good taste in bakeries.
I saw a link to a music video posted on here and I could never find it.
Kid was wearing a mask and doing some screamo shit atop some electronica music. Usually hate that kind of stuff, actually found this one sort of entertaining. If anyone is able to tell me what I am talking about, I would much appreciate it.
>>53189234 How long did it take you to find her? I thought there were only like 15 people in Iceland? And you, Bjork and the people who've been in Sigur Ros make up half of that, as well as the person who runs the bakery (unless it's Jonsi's bakery).
>>53189934 I wasn't really searching, I just happened to see her. She lives in a different city than me so it's not very likely that I'd see her often, but Iceland is pretty damn small. I've seen our prime minister out and about a few times.
theres this song by some French girl I think, someone recommended it in a thread on here, its really smooth and it was a youtube video that was like an hour long so it might've been the album and it was French and the cover was greenish and I think there was a crocodile on it.
>>53189981 Heh, I have an Icelandic friend who came to Manchester to study. Initially he was blown away by how busy it was. Manchester has a population 200,000 higher than Iceland and almost 1/1000th the size.
It was some Japanese punk, fast paced, with an odd music video. I think one of the members was riding a bike through it and there was a baby doll with a grown man's head on it. Please, help me find her
>>53190148 It is pretty crazy, I first went outside Iceland when I was 10 into Copenhagen, and it was like a movie or something. Scared the fuck out of me, also a lot of Danes. Trust a Dane, feel the pain.
>>53188257 Recently, in almost every one of my dreams I'm listening to an album. It's always an album I've heard of but the music in my dreams is nothing like the music on the album. But the music in my dreams is always great, and I forget it whenever I wake up.
There's a modest mouse song I downloaded back in the glory days or Napster that I'll never find again. Can't remember what it was called and I'm sure as fuck not listening to all their shitty albums to find it.
Greek song Sounded like a typical rock/pop song Sung by a male with a rather clear voice Chorus had a sentence about smoking cigarettes, it might even be a lot of cigs.
I worked at a Greek restaurant and the song played every night a few times and it was the only song in the mix I really liked. Too bad there was no info since it was on a blankish cdr with no info and the boss didn't know who it was either. He translateds a bit but the part about smoking is all I remember. Since it was a restaurant and popular greek music it's most likely on the plebby side according to greek /mu/tants.
There was that one funk song I had heard at a friend's older brother's party when I was a kid. I really liked it, but I was much younger than the other kids there so I didn't dare ask for the name. I didn't want to forget it either so I just took down dots and lines that very approximatively represented the melody on a piece of paper. (Needless to say, that was completely useless.)
I thought, this song must be well known, I will hear it again soon enough. I didn't. After a few years I tried to hum it to friends, which was kinda embarrassing and no one recognized it. Then I got access to the internet and searched for funk artists, downloaded some MP3s at random (keep in mind that was a while ago), but somehow missed the one song I had heard. I even had one friend on ICQ who was into funk, and he kept sending me MP3s, but not the one I was looking for.
Heard the song again by pure chance eleven years later. The ridiculous thing is that it was just goddamn "Let's Groove" by Earth, Wind & Fire. No idea how I spent eleven years without ever hearing it, even when I searched for it.
I'm a massive pleb when it comes to classical — there are compositions I have heard dozens and dozens of times everywhere, in movies, on TV, I feel like every single person in the world knows what they are but I don't even know who composed them. And I'm too embarrassed to ask other people. I should try and get a "100 best-known classical pieces" list sometime.
There's one song that I have stuck in my head that I've listened to a few years ago, all I can remember is the end bit, it had a person going "ah ah ah ah aaaaaaaah" it had maybe tambourine's, the "ah" bit had a good bit of reverb on it and that's all I remember. Vague as fuck but I might as well try looking for it.
It warms my heart that you guys know exactly how i feel, but at the same time, it also saddens me for i know how you feel. That being said, if there is anyone who can help me find this song, i would deeply appreciate it. For starters, i am about 50% sure that it was a song from the band sparklehorse. If not sparklehorse, then a band with similar sound. It was folk rock/indie rock/lo-fi or whatever you want to call it. The vocals were almost spoken word, he kinda added a bit of melody into the vocals but they were definitely spoken words and not singing. Some pretty standard guitar chrods. The "unique" thing that thus song had was a 10~ second violin part after each sentence which "interrupted" the vocals. It was some sort of small pause if you want to call it that. Overall, the song was a bit on the slow-core part, too. That's everything i remember. No lyrics, nothing else. Anything could help.
>>53191530 Dude, i am greek and i assure you that there isn't a single good modern greek song in existence. At least, no pop/rock song. At any rate, from the top of my head, it's this song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ptft4YaheIU
If it isn't tell me, im in the mood to look for it.
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