Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Falsetto Favorites...


...or is it Eunuchs Unite? Either way, you're sure to enjoy this playlist of songs featuring male singers hitting the highest of high notes. Includes 39 of the most glass-shattering songs ever committed to tape, from Christopher Cross and Air Supply to Prince, Michael Jackson and The Darkness.

On a related note, am I the only person who thought that Ferris Bueller was singing along with a woman when he sang "Danke Schoen"?

2 Comments:

Blogger Robert 0f The Radish said...

HEHEHEHE
HAHAHHAHA
HOHOHOHOHOHOHOH
(GASP)
HEHAHOHOHE HEHEHEHAHAHAHAHA
LOL
ROTFL
RFROTFL

6:50 AM  
Blogger mgrooves said...

Falsetto Favorites
"Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" - Michael Jackson
"More Than A Woman" - Bee Gees
"Can't Find My Way Home" - Blind Faith
"Danke Schoen" - Wayne Newton
"There She Goes" - The La's
"I Believe In A Thing Called Love" - The Darkness
"One Nation Under A Groove" - Funkadelic
"Mr. Blue Sky" - Electric Light Orchestra
"The One That You Love" - Air Supply
"Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)" - Christopher Cross
"Lift Me Up" - Bruce Springsteen
"More Than Words" - Extreme
"Hackensack" - Fountains Of Wayne
"When You Were Mine" - Prince
"Let's Stay Together" - Al Green
"Frontin' On Debra" - Beck
"Brick" - Ben Folds Five
"Corpus Christi Carol" - Jeff Buckley
"My Neighbor's Having A Seizure" - Summer At Shatter Creek
"A Little Respect" - Erasure
"Same Old Scene" - Roxy Music
"Our House" - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
"God Only Knows" - The Beach Boys
"The Needle And The Damage Done" - Neil Young
"You're The Best Thing" - The Style Council
"I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near)" - Michael McDonald
"Got To Give It Up" - Marvin Gaye
"Superfly" - Curtis Mayfield
"Basketball Jones" - Cheech and Chong
"I'm Sorry" - The Delfonics
"This Woman's Work" - Maxwell
"Yellow" - Coldplay
"Lullaby" - Starsailor
"Everybody's Changing" - Keane
"Long Time Coming" - Delays
"Save Me" - Remy Zero
"Waltz #1" - Elliott Smith
"Take Your Mama" - Scissor Sisters
"MMMBop" - Hanson

1:57 PM  

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