Can't Help Falling in Love. Parrino, Francesco. Married Life. Fly Me to the Moon [midnight version]. Steinhauer, Dietmar. When I Look At You. Cyrus, Miley. It's Quiet Uptown. The Force Theme. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. The Greatest Showman. City of Stars KimBo. Never Enough The Greatest Showman. View All. Thank you Kimbo for your arrangement of this beautiful song. She practiced everyday and was able to play it in this years Spring piano recital.
We were approached by a few parents that were very touched by it. But after that, the songs become a breathtaking storm of light-speed drumming with well-placed changes , shrieking leads, screaming vocals, and brutally scathing riffage. It lit me up like a Roman candle. Fittingly, the song is from a debut album named Nightmare Traversal.
I love the way the song segues from the demented, noodling little guitar motif at the outset into the merciless beating administered right after.
The rhythm remains the same, but the abrasiveness and destructive impact get dialed up catastrophically. All you can really say about the vocals is that they are the kind of guttural gurgling that adds a noxious quality to the experience. Grand old list, this is. Loud Night takes the cake, however, just because it is so raucously different from the others—A veritable hardcory heavy metal thrash fest!
Cryptae really tickles my fancy, as well, equally for getting off the beaten path a bit…! Your Comment. View All. Musicnotes Pro Send a Gift Card. Toggle navigation. Save on Every Order! Musicnotes Pro. Become a Member Today! Add to Cart. Nerve is good. Plus flugelhorn? Especially when Yorke hits a funkier-than-his-usual falsetto at the end.
Sbaitso -era computerized voice reading lyrics of quotidian bourgeois meaninglessness atop rickety piano and a looped sample. This wiry, hard-charging song, in hindsight a clear iteration between Pablo Honey and OK Computer , was a solid answer, complete with military-industrial-complex imagery that still seems more playfully absurd than the deadly serious. Charming, though. Impending apocalypse has rarely sounded so peaceful.
The droning ambient intro is worth noting, too. But those ethereal guitars, and the crushworthy chorus, live up to that colorfully sing-song title. More banger than mash.
What about the greatness of those OK Computer non-album tracks? Into the wilderness, then.Blues Rock Sunshine Samba; The Las - There She Goes (Vinyl).