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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Azrael » Fri Jun 07, 2019 3:32 pm

1. I Fought the Law - Originally by Sonny Curtis
2. I Love Rock 'N Roll - Original by The Arrows
3. Hurt - Originally by Nine Inch Nails
4. Cum on Feel the Noize - Original by Slade
5. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - Originally by The Four Lads
6. Respect - Original by Otis Redding
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Debatra » Sat Jun 08, 2019 3:18 am

1. I Fought the Law - Originally by Sonny Curtis
2. I Love Rock 'N Roll - Original by The Arrows
3. Hurt - Originally by Nine Inch Nails
4. Cum on Feel the Noize - Original by Slade
5. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - Originally by The Four Lads
6. Respect - Original by Otis Redding
7. House of the Rising Sun - Original Artist Unknown, earliest known recording from 1933, which I couldn't find.
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Azrael » Sun Jun 09, 2019 1:19 am

1. I Fought the Law - Originally by Sonny Curtis
2. I Love Rock 'N Roll - Original by The Arrows
3. Hurt - Originally by Nine Inch Nails
4. Cum on Feel the Noize - Original by Slade
5. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - Originally by The Four Lads
6. Respect - Original by Otis Redding
7. House of the Rising Sun - Original Artist Unknown, earliest known recording from 1933, which I couldn't find.
8. Black Magic Woman - Original by Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Debatra » Sun Jun 09, 2019 4:40 am

1. I Fought the Law - Originally by Sonny Curtis
2. I Love Rock 'N Roll - Original by The Arrows
3. Hurt - Originally by Nine Inch Nails
4. Cum on Feel the Noize - Original by Slade
5. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - Originally by The Four Lads
6. Respect - Original by Otis Redding
7. House of the Rising Sun - Original Artist Unknown, earliest known recording from 1933, which I couldn't find.
8. Black Magic Woman - Original by Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
9. Big Ten-Inch Record - Originally by Ben "Bull Moose" Jackson
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Azrael » Mon Jun 10, 2019 1:46 am

1. I Fought the Law - Originally by Sonny Curtis
2. I Love Rock 'N Roll - Original by The Arrows
3. Hurt - Originally by Nine Inch Nails
4. Cum on Feel the Noize - Original by Slade
5. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - Originally by The Four Lads
6. Respect - Original by Otis Redding
7. House of the Rising Sun - Original Artist Unknown, earliest known recording from 1933, which I couldn't find.
8. Black Magic Woman - Original by Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
9. Big Ten-Inch Record - Originally by Ben "Bull Moose" Jackson
10. Little Suzi - Original, under a slightly different title, by Ph. D. Fun Fact: This was the fifth video ever to be shown on MTV.

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1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Debatra » Mon Jun 10, 2019 3:13 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Azrael » Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:18 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
3. 16th Avenue - Lacy J. Dalton. Written by Thom Schuyler about "Music Row" in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Debatra » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:13 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
3. 16th Avenue - Lacy J. Dalton. Written by Thom Schuyler about "Music Row" in Nashville, Tennessee.
4. On the Road Again - Willie Nelson
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Azrael » Wed Jun 12, 2019 2:37 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
3. 16th Avenue - Lacy J. Dalton. Written by Thom Schuyler about "Music Row" in Nashville, Tennessee.
4. On the Road Again - Willie Nelson
5. Copperhead Road - Steve Earle, written about a road outside Mountain City in Johnson County, Tennessee.
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Debatra » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:05 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
3. 16th Avenue - Lacy J. Dalton. Written by Thom Schuyler about "Music Row" in Nashville, Tennessee.
4. On the Road Again - Willie Nelson
5. Copperhead Road - Steve Earle, written about a road outside Mountain City in Johnson County, Tennessee.
6. Holiday Road - Lindsey Buckingham
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Azrael » Fri Jun 14, 2019 2:14 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
3. 16th Avenue - Lacy J. Dalton. Written by Thom Schuyler about "Music Row" in Nashville, Tennessee.
4. On the Road Again - Willie Nelson
5. Copperhead Road - Steve Earle, written about a road outside Mountain City in Johnson County, Tennessee.
6. Holiday Road - Lindsey Buckingham
7. Highway 51 Blues - Bob Dylan, written about US Route 51 that runs from New Orleans to Hurley, Wisconsin.
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Debatra » Fri Jun 14, 2019 8:28 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
3. 16th Avenue - Lacy J. Dalton. Written by Thom Schuyler about "Music Row" in Nashville, Tennessee.
4. On the Road Again - Willie Nelson
5. Copperhead Road - Steve Earle, written about a road outside Mountain City in Johnson County, Tennessee.
6. Holiday Road - Lindsey Buckingham
7. Highway 51 Blues - Bob Dylan, written about US Route 51 that runs from New Orleans to Hurley, Wisconsin.
8. Red Dirt Road - Brooks and Dunn
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Azrael » Sat Jun 15, 2019 3:06 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
3. 16th Avenue - Lacy J. Dalton. Written by Thom Schuyler about "Music Row" in Nashville, Tennessee.
4. On the Road Again - Willie Nelson
5. Copperhead Road - Steve Earle, written about a road outside Mountain City in Johnson County, Tennessee.
6. Holiday Road - Lindsey Buckingham
7. Highway 51 Blues - Bob Dylan, written about US Route 51 that runs from New Orleans to Hurley, Wisconsin.
8. Red Dirt Road - Brooks and Dunn
9. The Ballad of Thunder Road - Robert Mitchum. Written by Mitchum, Don Raye, and Jack Marshall based on an actual event that occurred on Kingston Pike at Bearden Hill outside Knoxville, Tennessee.
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Debatra » Tue Jun 18, 2019 2:54 am

1. Seven Bridges Road as covered by Eagles. Written by Steve Young in 1969, about Woodley Road that runs South out of Montgomery, Alabama.
2. Route 66 - Originally by Bobby Troup
3. 16th Avenue - Lacy J. Dalton. Written by Thom Schuyler about "Music Row" in Nashville, Tennessee.
4. On the Road Again - Willie Nelson
5. Copperhead Road - Steve Earle, written about a road outside Mountain City in Johnson County, Tennessee.
6. Holiday Road - Lindsey Buckingham
7. Highway 51 Blues - Bob Dylan, written about US Route 51 that runs from New Orleans to Hurley, Wisconsin.
8. Red Dirt Road - Brooks and Dunn
9. The Ballad of Thunder Road - Robert Mitchum. Written by Mitchum, Don Raye, and Jack Marshall based on an actual event that occurred on Kingston Pike at Bearden Hill outside Knoxville, Tennessee.
10. Coming Into Los Angeles - Arlo Guthrie

Songs with people's names in the title (real or fictional people).

1. Eva - Nightwish
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Re: The Music Theme Game

Post by Azrael » Wed Jun 19, 2019 2:32 am

1. Eva - Nightwish
2. Bob Dylan Blues - Syd Barrett
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