Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Leopold, Aug 6, 2017.
It’s ok king @NecessaryVoodoo found it for me!!
Ok I need serious help with this one.
I know the lyrics of one part are vaguely "it was the right idea at the wrong time" it's a male vocal not sure if solo or a band. HELP PLEASE!
No it's not that one sadly
This is probably a really well known song but I hadn’t heard it before. The video was played while waiting for Little Mix to come on stage on Thursday. It’s a male band who looked a bit alternative and the last word in every line of the chorus was sung higher pitched than the rest of it. Any ideas?
Yes!! Thanks very much.
Hi, might be a bit tough cause I haven't much info, sorry for that
Here we go I heard that song this morning while I was at the hair-dresser: there a quite long (~40/50sec) electronic instrumental intro and at the end of the intro a female vocalist says "Breathing".
Unfortunately someone at the hair salon skipped the track there so I haven't heard more.
The Electro intro remind me of the kind of instrumental track Justice, Sebastian or Kavinsky could do (heavy/dark synth, with a chord progression.)
I would say the track should be quite recent 2010+
Anyone know from this one second clip?
Thanks so much.
I keep hearing the lyrics "Oh look at where I'm coming from a long long way, long long way" or "Look at where I'm coming to decide a long long way". It sounds like a rock/punk band or solo male artist judging from the voice.
The video I recorded the music from was quite muffled and lots of talking over the music so I couldn't make out what song it was clearly.
I heard a song at a bar that went something like "Wow, it's the magic, satisfaction guaranteed" it was a male singer and very 80s, Pet Shop Boys-esque. It may even be Pet Shop Boys, but I'm not well versed in them to know.
Any help would be great!
Found this song off the lyrics:
Found this Popjustice article about a song by a female artist produced by James from the Freemasons:
Oops sorry I see you already had your answer in the Freemasons thread...
Some female trios that came and went in the late 90s:
Yesssss! That's the one thank you!
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