DeadSplinter Up! All Night: New Years Will Bring So Much to Say

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  1. Drew McIntyre had the most epic WWE entrance song ever:

  2. I’ve always loved Patti Smith’s incredibly haunting vocals on R.E.M.’s “E-Bow the Letter”.

    What an amazingly talented couple she and her late husband, Fred “Sonic” Smith of the MC5 were!

    • Great stuff, Myo, but the line for the lovely and talented Hope Sandoval forms behind me :/

      • If you were to turn around from looking at who is behind you, you’d be breathing down my neck.

    • Ugh love that one

  3. Beautiful cover. This one is for Luv. Jeff Buckley

    • Thanks, Keitel.
      Jeff always did such wonderful covers, but he often sang about death and his time was coming, etc. Sad for a young man to think that way but maybe he was just an old soul who never felt that he would live to be very old.

      • Tim Buckley, gone at 28
        Grief in My Soul

  4. A truly amazing guitarist, Forrest Lee Jr. – Honey Hush (You Talk to Much)

    • Not many blues players grab my attention anymore. Every once in a while I hear something slightly different, could be tone, phrasing, or just the way they attack the strings. This is one of those guys. Pretty cool.

      • First song I ever heard from him was this one that blew me away. He is pretty famous as a studio musician. I heard it on a guitar show radio program & the guitar playing DJ said he wished he could play any part of this song!

  5. Oingo Boingo – Just Another Day

  6. PJ Harvey – You Said Something

    Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore – You Needn’t Say a Thing

    • …everyone loved the kylie duet on the murder ballads album but I’ve always been a sucker for polly jean, myself…

  7. …so much for not overthinking it…

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