Thursday, May 14, 2009

You'd Think There'd Be More Innuendo In This Set

I've been listening to more music later, so I've already made it to the "Come" section. But not without first listening to three consecutive renditions of Ben Folds' Cologne (which is probably my least favorite song of his). So, what have we got?

Start things off with album and acoustic versions of Nirvana's Come As You Are, then Norah Jones' Come Away With Me and Come Down from Toad the Wet Sprocket. Brief let down with Moby's I'm-trying-to-be-a-punk-rocker ditty Come On Baby and Jem's (the English electronic artist, not the 80's cartoon character) Come On Closer. But Smash Mouth brings it back with Come On Come On.

Now some iconic tunes: Dexy's Midnight Runners' Come On Eileen (I don't have the Save Ferris cover, but I will), The Offspring's Come Out and Play, and Eric Cartman singing Come Sail Away. Finally, we get three versions of Come Together (an Aerosmith cover, The Beatles' original from Abbey Road, and the remix from Love that blends into a medly with Dear Prudence and Cry Baby Cry).

Finish it all off with 90's staple Comedown from Bush, a song that would have appeared earlier, had anyone informed the band that those were, in fact, two seperate words.

See you in the Crazy's,

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