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What Are You Listening To?

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Van Halen - Man On A Mission

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One of my all-time favorite bands is "Yeah Yeah Yeahs", a U.S. indie rock band. There are at least two reasons I like them: their music encompasses a wide range of styles; and their lead singer, Karen O, is one of the most beautiful women on Planet Earth (IMO), as the first video below will show.

"Zero"

live performance on the David Letterman Show

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8m55NDHvPY

with lyrics

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3eDJ0jPqJc

"Heads will Roll" with lyrics

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IS3iq_sOQVg&feature=related

"Skeletons" slideshow (a very moody song)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zA3oKFqVYB8&feature=related

To complete this "Yeah Yeah Yeahs" information overload, let me also include

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yeah_Yeah_Yeahs

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Arch Enemy - Silverwing

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Prince - Diamonds and Pearls

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-Lonny Bereal – Most Incredible

-Chris Brown – Open Road (I Love Her)

-James Fauntleroy – If I Only Knew [aka Not Scared to Kill Time]

-Mohombi – In Your Bed

-Skepta – Dare To Dream (CDQ)

-Lloyd – Luv Me Girl feat. Chris Brown & Vega

:whistle:

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- Purple Haze feat Frederick - Timezone (Original Mix)

- Tiddey feat Lyck - keep waiting (orjan nilsen midsummernite remix)

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Guns N' Roses - Live n' Let Die

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Pearl Jam - Rearviewmirror

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Eddy Grant - I don't wanna dance

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House of Pain - Jump Around

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Billy Joel - Honesty

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The Who - Baba O'Riley

Now usually recognized as the CSI:NY opening/closing theme, it really *is* much more than that, being probably the best song ever created by the Who, which moreover features a wonderful short violin solo by Dave Arbus (East of Eden) for its unusual ending.

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