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About NotFarBehind

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    I don't actually exist.
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    I like to move it, move it
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  • Favourite Bands
    Raquy and the Cavemen, Blue Man Group, Jem, Ray Charles, Incus
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    So You Think You Can Dance? (I totally want to see Shane Sparks choreograph a group routine to Supermassive Black Hole)
  1. Again, that's what college a Capella groups do. They merge songs. It bugs me too, and I'm a fan of the subgenre. I can get where they're coming from, though. You listen to enough music, especially if you think of music in terms of how it would sound a Capella, and you make connections. Then you want to share the connections. Like how I realized that the guitar riff in New Born sounds almost identical to the guitar riff in Walkie Talkie Man by Steriogram.
  2. They're not supposed to take it seriously. It's college a Capella. It's meant to be funny. Linkhopping in the related box from there will take you to a bunch of stuff, though. I see what Sancor was talking about with TIRO. @MuseMatt: That's a high school a Capella group. Their version of A Little Less Conversation is kickass.
  3. Just found this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXAETbk8_dU I really prefer mp3s, though.
  4. I currently only know of one, "Supermassive Black Hole" interpreted by Transit, a European group I believe. I've been trying to track that one down for ages. Â Anybody know of any others?
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