Song Identification!

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Re: What song is this?

Postby akashra » Sat Jul 12, 2008 11:13 am UTC

I've been trying for years to identify this song, but have had no luck. Perhaps someone else here will be able to identify it.

Australians: It has also been used by Channel 10 and RPM for Formula 1 qualifying highlights footage.

The below clip is from a competition SBS are running for the Tour de France. You should be able to clearly hear the melody here.
http://zero.racetime.com.au/files/tdf-unknownsong.mp3

Can anyone give me the track name and/or artist/performer/composer of this piece?
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby cwoodin » Mon Jul 14, 2008 11:18 pm UTC

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby odles22 » Tue Jul 15, 2008 8:14 pm UTC

What's that one song they always play at games with the thudding base and the synth 'oh's?


Rock N Roll part II by Gary Glitter, maybe?

I dont really have time to find a link, sorry. I can edit one in later.

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Re: What song is this?

Postby Gelsamel » Thu Jul 17, 2008 11:32 am UTC

Doesn't seem like this thread is very successful xD
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby cyberia » Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:27 am UTC

Super-vague song id request:

I was watching a music-video show about 2 months ago and there was a clip of a woman singing. Sort-of country-rock style. The whole video clip is just her singing. She looks very white-trash and seemed angry / emotional?

That's all I've got. Sorry, was really trashed when I saw it.


Also - what is the song that plays in Dark Knight when the mob-bosses are in the nightclub?
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Benfrenchman » Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:13 pm UTC

I've had this song in my head for 2 years or so now. I don't know the artist, the title, or even the lyrics really. I can only remember the prechorsu and chorus melody, and some half-assed lyrics.

The prechorus is one line 3 times. Sounds like 'I'm running', sung with a long 'u'... 'I'm ruuuning, I'm runnning, I'm ruuuuning, oh-oh'. From there it's the chorus, which in my head starts with the line 'If I don't feel better'.
The chorus sort of builds towards the last line of the chorus which climbs high and then drops for the last two notes.

My only hope is if someone already knows this song.

It's definitely from around the 80s.

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Aethernox » Wed Aug 13, 2008 4:41 pm UTC

Benfrenchman wrote:I've had this song in my head for 2 years or so now. I don't know the artist, the title, or even the lyrics really. I can only remember the prechorsu and chorus melody, and some half-assed lyrics.

The prechorus is one line 3 times. Sounds like 'I'm running', sung with a long 'u'... 'I'm ruuuning, I'm runnning, I'm ruuuuning, oh-oh'. From there it's the chorus, which in my head starts with the line 'If I don't feel better'.
The chorus sort of builds towards the last line of the chorus which climbs high and then drops for the last two notes.

My only hope is if someone already knows this song.

It's definitely from around the 80s.


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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Kesho » Wed Aug 13, 2008 9:41 pm UTC

What's the name of the song playing in this ytmnd?

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Benfrenchman » Wed Aug 13, 2008 10:27 pm UTC

Aethernox- sadly, not. The song in my mind is a lot more up-tempo, poppy, and epic-sounding. Really soaring chorus.

Kesho- that piece is 'In the Hall of the Mountain King' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzyi3C4g ... re=related

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby 1337geek » Fri Aug 15, 2008 3:52 am UTC

odles22 wrote:
What's that one song they always play at games with the thudding base and the synth 'oh's?

Rock N Roll part II by Gary Glitter, maybe?

I dont really have time to find a link, sorry. I can edit one in later.

No, I know what song that person is talking about, but I don't know what it is. It's like "boomp. OH!" R&Rpt2 is like "dun da na, na, HEY! da na na na." Side note: non-vocal songs are hard to spell.

EDIT: I sent an email to my local baseball team. I'm a bit skeptical of the guy's response, but I'm going to a game in about a week, so I'll give it another listen then. If I can confirm it, I'll let you know. But FYI, if his response is correct, the one I'm thinking of would be a remix unique to our stadium, so it may not be the same one you're thinking of.
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby erk070 » Fri Aug 15, 2008 2:41 pm UTC

Very vague here..

I heard this song on an oldies radio station. It was more of a rock song and it reminded me some of the Doors. The drums were very prevalent; I was listening to them and forgot the rest of the song. There may have been horns and there were definitely vocals. I think one of the lines was something like "I'll be happy."

Also, adtunes.com can be helpful for finding songs you're heard on TV.

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby stapleface » Sat Aug 16, 2008 2:03 am UTC

Benfrenchman wrote:I've had this song in my head for 2 years or so now. I don't know the artist, the title, or even the lyrics really. I can only remember the prechorsu and chorus melody, and some half-assed lyrics.

The prechorus is one line 3 times. Sounds like 'I'm running', sung with a long 'u'... 'I'm ruuuning, I'm runnning, I'm ruuuuning, oh-oh'. From there it's the chorus, which in my head starts with the line 'If I don't feel better'.
The chorus sort of builds towards the last line of the chorus which climbs high and then drops for the last two notes.

My only hope is if someone already knows this song.

It's definitely from around the 80s.


I'm sure this is wrong, but radiohead's creep has a triple repetition of 'ruuuuuun'. I hear it's a pretty popular song though, so I figure you'd have already worked it out.

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Mr. Beck » Sun Aug 17, 2008 6:59 pm UTC

1337geek wrote:
odles22 wrote:
What's that one song they always play at games with the thudding base and the synth 'oh's?

Rock N Roll part II by Gary Glitter, maybe?

I dont really have time to find a link, sorry. I can edit one in later.

No, I know what song that person is talking about, but I don't know what it is. It's like "boomp. OH!" R&Rpt2 is like "dun da na, na, HEY! da na na na." Side note: non-vocal songs are hard to spell.

I think I know the song you are talking about- been looking for it's name for about two years.

Attached is my year-old rendition. Ident, please?
audio song sample.mp3
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby enk » Sun Aug 17, 2008 7:58 pm UTC

Mr. Beck wrote:Ident, please?
audio song sample.mp3


Zombie Nation - Kernkraft 400?

The melody is from an old video game called Lazy Jones.


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Re: Song Identification!

Postby jenue » Wed Aug 20, 2008 9:00 am UTC

I cannot remember the name/performer of a song, and it's driving me crazy! I haven't even heard the song in ages (read: weeks), but I can't even remember the words.

It's sung by a woman. The general idea is "I'm not that nice" or "I'm not that sweet" or something similar (NOT I'm not that innocent). It's new, probably early 2008. The music video is of the singer mildly torturing a bunch of men.

If you can help, I'd def. appreciate it.

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Benfrenchman » Wed Aug 20, 2008 12:53 pm UTC

I believe the song is 'Sweet About Me' by Gabriella Cilmi.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElY5Gr845Fw

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Kesho » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:49 pm UTC

Benfrenchman wrote:Aethernox- sadly, not. The song in my mind is a lot more up-tempo, poppy, and epic-sounding. Really soaring chorus.

Kesho- that piece is 'In the Hall of the Mountain King' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzyi3C4g ... re=related



Thanks! :D

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby AngrySquirrel » Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:59 pm UTC

Ok, this song I remember listening to on the local radio some time during the 90-ties. It's sung by a woman. First verse goes something along the lines of:
[name, 4 syllables? angelina or something???] see her walking,
down the streets and it's early dawn
see her kindly,
talk to those who,
carry burdens all alone
she's the lady in the shop around the corner
selling flowers for the good days,
and flowers for the bad
[something about windows or possibly clocks on the wall??]

Chorus consists mostly of nanananana singing.

All my googling don't give anything that seems plausible, but then again I never knew what it was called or who had it in the first place. Oh and these lyrics is taken from my memory before I decided to really learned English, so they might be something completely different that just sounds similar.
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby jenue » Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:36 am UTC

Benfrenchman wrote:I believe the song is 'Sweet About Me' by Gabriella Cilmi.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElY5Gr845Fw


Brilliant. Thank you! I don't know why I can never remember the name!

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Rippy » Fri Aug 22, 2008 3:00 am UTC

I was in the middle of posting in this thread, but it turns out I underestimated the power of the internets. I wanted to know who sings the song in this Ontario energy commercial, and sure enough, someone had posted the name in the comments. Hooray.

It's a nice song (which is why I went ahead and posted this anyway)

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby keith hic » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:21 am UTC

AngrySquirrel wrote:Ok, this song I remember listening to on the local radio some time during the 90-ties. It's sung by a woman. First verse goes something along the lines of:
[name, 4 syllables? angelina or something???] see her walking,
down the streets and it's early dawn
see her kindly,
talk to those who,
carry burdens all alone
she's the lady in the shop around the corner
selling flowers for the good days,
and flowers for the bad
[something about windows or possibly clocks on the wall??]

Chorus consists mostly of nanananana singing.

All my googling don't give anything that seems plausible, but then again I never knew what it was called or who had it in the first place. Oh and these lyrics is taken from my memory before I decided to really learned English, so they might be something completely different that just sounds similar.


I know it doesn't fit (lyrics are wrong and it's a boke singing), but your description must make me think of The Psychedelic Furs - Pretty in Pink
(http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/prettyin ... inpink.htm)

I think it's just the name thing, but the lyrical feel seems to fit.

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby keith hic » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:27 am UTC

keith hic wrote:
AngrySquirrel wrote:Ok, this song I remember listening to on the local radio some time during the 90-ties. It's sung by a woman. First verse goes something along the lines of:
[name, 4 syllables? angelina or something???] see her walking,
down the streets and it's early dawn
see her kindly,
talk to those who,
carry burdens all alone
she's the lady in the shop around the corner
selling flowers for the good days,
and flowers for the bad
[something about windows or possibly clocks on the wall??]

Chorus consists mostly of nanananana singing.

All my googling don't give anything that seems plausible, but then again I never knew what it was called or who had it in the first place. Oh and these lyrics is taken from my memory before I decided to really learned English, so they might be something completely different that just sounds similar.


I know it doesn't fit (lyrics are wrong and it's a boke singing), but your description must make me think of The Psychedelic Furs - Pretty in Pink
(http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/prettyin ... inpink.htm)

I think it's just the name thing, and the third person storey teloing (but the lyrical feel seems to fit).
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Maybe » Thu Aug 28, 2008 2:31 am UTC

Does it have a chick going do-do doo doo do do doo doo do dododododdahdoodoo for like a minute?
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby AngrySquirrel » Thu Aug 28, 2008 6:51 am UTC

Maybe wrote:Does it have a chick going do-do doo doo do do doo doo do dododododdahdoodoo for like a minute?


Possibly.

Edit: It's more like na nanana na nanana na na na for a while.
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby reversepsych » Mon Sep 01, 2008 4:28 am UTC

k, this song I remember listening to on the local radio some time during the 90-ties. It's sung by a woman. First verse goes something along the lines of:
[name, 4 syllables? angelina or something???] see her walking,
down the streets and it's early dawn
see her kindly,
talk to those who,
carry burdens all alone
she's the lady in the shop around the corner
selling flowers for the good days,
and flowers for the bad
[something about windows or possibly clocks on the wall??]

Chorus consists mostly of nanananana singing.


This does not match with the lyrics, but does sort of match with the nananana: Tom's Diner, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cy5Xn42Ymo

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby ironypoisoning » Tue Sep 02, 2008 7:15 am UTC

Force42 wrote:Okay, here are a few:

"All I wanted was a sweet distraction for an hour or two.
Had no intention to do the things we've done.
Funny how it always goes with love, when you don't look, you find.
But then we're two of a kind, we move as one."


If you're still curious about this one, it happens to be "All-Time High", sung by Rita Coolidge, and is the theme song for the James Bond film "Octopussy." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Time_High) I do heart my James Bond songs...
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby AngrySquirrel » Tue Sep 02, 2008 11:43 am UTC

reversepsych wrote:This does not match with the lyrics, but does sort of match with the nananana: Tom's Diner, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cy5Xn42Ymo


That's not it. Besides, that's more on the duttuturu duttuturu side than na nananana.
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby darth_indy » Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:40 pm UTC

I don't know if this is even worth a shot, as those posting on this thread seem to know more oldies, but here goes...

There's this one song I pirated er, acquired, um, found in a collection of 100 techno songs, that were, um, by the side of the road. The title is given as "Nicole" but there is no artist, album, or even lyrics I could use to find it. It's an instrumental song that's completely synth. It sounds rather cheery. One of the background synths sounds like "oosh koo doosh, oosh oosh koo doosh." (descriptive, eh?)

I'm really hoping that someone could say "OH! I know who made that!" because I want to see what else the artist did. It's a fun, upbeat song to listen to, and I wish I could find more. What's interesting, the fellow torrenters - er, people standing at the side of the road, were also asking who did it, and no one knew.

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Zoris » Fri Sep 05, 2008 4:45 am UTC

I once heard a really odd song playing somewhere, all I remember is this;

"Run, run run run run run run run, or die, die die die die die die"

Weird, I know...

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Benfrenchman » Fri Sep 05, 2008 8:35 am UTC

A simple googling reveals that this song is the curiously and disturbingly named "Run Away Screaming" by the Baudelaire Memorial Orchestra.

Lyrics!
http://artists.letssingit.com/baudelair ... ay-lkbplf6

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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Sandry » Mon Sep 08, 2008 2:53 am UTC

If anyone can tell me what the attached is, it'll relieve my mind somewhat. I suspect it's from some classical flute collection, or some Irish collection, but heavens only know, really. I whistled it because I didn't want to go "ooh ooh ooh" a bunch, and because I think it's originally probably on a flute of some sort.
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby davef » Mon Sep 08, 2008 10:41 am UTC

That's Annie's Song by John Denver. So, not originally a flute song, or an Irish song, although Irish flautist James Galway ruined it did a version of it, which might be the one you're thinking of.
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Sandry » Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:44 pm UTC

davef wrote:That's Annie's Song by John Denver. So, not originally a flute song, or an Irish song, although Irish flautist James Galway ruined it did a version of it, which might be the one you're thinking of.

You're exactly right - thank you! And ugh, I can't stand James Galway, but you can't get through a flute major without hearing him. But man, I haven't listened to to any of that in years - stupid brain kicking junk about.
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Mr. Beck » Tue Sep 09, 2008 12:52 am UTC

Mr. Beck wrote:
1337geek wrote:No, I know what song that person is talking about, but I don't know what it is. It's like "boomp. OH!" R&Rpt2 is like "dun da na, na, HEY! da na na na." Side note: non-vocal songs are hard to spell.

I think I know the song you are talking about- been looking for it's name for about two years.
Attached is my year-old rendition. Ident, please?
audio song sample.mp3

Please?

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Postby Sandry » Tue Sep 09, 2008 1:55 am UTC

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1337geek wrote:No, I know what song that person is talking about, but I don't know what it is. It's like "boomp. OH!" R&Rpt2 is like "dun da na, na, HEY! da na na na." Side note: non-vocal songs are hard to spell.

I think I know the song you are talking about- been looking for it's name for about two years.
Attached is my year-old rendition. Ident, please?
audio song sample.mp3

Please?

Really, though - this has already been answered. If it's not Kernkraft 400 - Zombie Nation, then it's some other song that uses the exact same sample (which, as previously posted, comes from a video game called "Lazy Jones" - this guy demonstrates on keyboard: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoNtntPf ... re=related at around 0:52 ). Try pulling this up and move to 0:46 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5LW07FTJbI
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby Mr. Beck » Tue Sep 09, 2008 3:05 am UTC

Yes!!!!!!
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby suffer-cait » Fri Oct 24, 2008 10:21 am UTC

anyone good at musicals?
lyrics:
"lucky in love,
lucky in love,
oh so lucky to be lucky in love"
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby sparks » Fri Oct 24, 2008 1:06 pm UTC

suffer-cait wrote:anyone good at musicals?
lyrics:
"lucky in love,
lucky in love,
oh so lucky to be lucky in love"


Could it be something from Good News?


I have two! One was in a Nestlé commercial ages ago (one where a girl is looking at a chocolate on a counter and attracts it to her), and the song is more like "all I want is to be / all I want to be is me" or some such. Is sung by a girl and that part doesn't seem to have many instruments (like, only one or two) but MAYBE some kick in later after this part.

Another is a recent-ish dance song, that has rap and the chorus has a falsetto voice singing "ah ah ah ah ah ah ah aaaah" or something. It seems to me it was quite famous months ago, because I've heard it in several discos/radio stations.
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby el_loco_avs » Fri Oct 24, 2008 5:53 pm UTC

suffer-cait wrote:anyone good at musicals?
lyrics:
"lucky in love,
lucky in love,
oh so lucky to be lucky in love"



Wouldn´t happen to be Kylie Minogue´s I Should Be So Lucky would it?
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Re: Song Identification!

Postby suffer-cait » Fri Oct 24, 2008 8:54 pm UTC

el_loco_avs wrote:Wouldn´t happen to be Kylie Minogue´s I Should Be So Lucky would it?

no, the lyrics don't match, i'm pretty sure it's called lucky in love, and i'm positive it's from a musical, and old
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