Poodle Hat spoilers inside! Favorite song in the polka?

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Post by TMBJon »

I like a lot of the new "garage rock" or "the" bands that came out last year. So I guess my favorite songs on the polka are the Strokes, the Hives, the Vines, and the White Stripes. The Hives being my favorite one.

The only thing that could have been better about this polka would have been if he played the riff from hate to say i told you so on accordion.


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Post by ABD »

I'd have to say Last Nite, My Way and Down With The Sickness are my favourites from the polka medley, though Bawitdaba gave me a laugh as well.

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Post by TTT »

Down with the Sickness for me... sure i memorized like all of the song, except Vines/ Hives/ WS/ Strokes uhh one of those... dang it its too HARD!!

so its Down with the sickness hehe :choon:

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Post by Lounge Chair »

My favorite song in the polka is "Bawitdaba" by Kid Rock, but I wish he'd been able to get more of it in. Oh Well. :satisfied:

What BillyW3 said...

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Post by Luke »

Outside was pretty funny. My 16-yr-old brother likes to listen to the AWBP because he's downloaded like 80% of the songs on that polka. His favorite bands are Disturbed and Staind. I can't stand the real (uncensored) version of Down With The Sickness, so much swearing it makes my stomach feel bad. :(

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Post by sarley27 »

I was happy when I heard Al said he was a huge fan of the "The" bands, because that pretty much means his and my musical tastes (as far as I know) are 7-something percent alike. Or 72, perhaps. :)

Too much swearing? Listen to Eminem, Busta Rhymes, or "Tollbooth Willie" by Adam Sandler.
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Post by Grom »

Too much swearing? Listen to Eminem, Busta Rhymes, or "Tollbooth Willie" by Adam Sandler.

Or just watch Goodfellas.

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Post by danthefanman »

I also thought that it was funny having Youth of the Nation and Real Slim Shady there, but they were too far into it, some people might give up on it.
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Post by SuperOy »

Last Resort, Chop Suey, and Down with the Sickness, seeing as how some of my favorite bands are Papa Roach, System of a Down, and Disturbed.

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Post by jedimom »

Chop Suey and Slim Shady... anything to diss Eminem after what he denied our boy Al.

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