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requests 90s classics under-represented

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#1 Mr Wally

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Posted March 30, 2017 - 07:28 PM

90's music was the best! in brackets how many custom / dlc released, I know its rare for requests to be fulfilled but thanks for looking and even bigger THANKS if any are considered.

 

1. Manic Street Preachers - Motorcycle Emptiness / If you tolerate this then your children will be next (1)

2. Skunk Anansie - Weak / Hedonism (0)

3. Pulp - Common People / Disco 2000 (0)

4. Savage Garden - Moon and Back / Affirmation / Truly Madly Deeply (1)

5. Cast - Walkaway (0)

6. The Verve - Sonnet / Drugs Dont Work / Lucky Man (1)

7. Reef - Place Your Hands (0)

8. Massive Attack -  Protection / Unfinished Sympathy (1)

9. Snap - Rhythm is a Dancer / The Power (0)

10. Fun Loving Criminals - Scooby Snacks / Loco (0)

11. James - Sit Down (1)

12. Ocean Colour Scene - The Day We Caught The Train / The Riverboat Song (0)

13. Supergrass - Alright / Pumping On Your Stereo / Richard III (2)

14. Stereophonics - Local Boy In The Photograph / The Bartender And The Thief (0) 

15. Suede - Beautiful Ones (0)

16. Semisonic - Secret Smile (1)

 

Shout out to Bryan Adams - Everything I do (I do it for you) < how is this not been released as a custom or official is beyond me!

 

Edit: OK, OK I know its more than then 10 but I got on a roll...

 

Thanks Tekno (Mr.Wally)

 

EDIT: Truly Madly Deeply is out, thank you CVJordan


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#2 Dangus

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Posted March 30, 2017 - 07:52 PM

+100, okay I mean +1 to Truly Madly Deeply. I would LOVE a version with pitched vocals. He has an amazing
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#3 WolfgangJT

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Posted March 31, 2017 - 12:16 AM

Personally think 80's music/rock was better...but this one, I'm 200% behind:

4. Savage Garden - Moon and Back / Affirmation / Truly Madly Deeply (0)



#4 samjjones

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Posted March 31, 2017 - 01:11 PM

We luckily have the great Shatner version of "Common People".

 

I legitimately loved that album when it came out.  I need to listen to it again.



#5 FujiSkunk

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Posted March 31, 2017 - 04:00 PM

We luckily have the great Shatner version of "Common People".

 

I legitimately loved that album when it came out.  I need to listen to it again.

 

I didn't discover Has Been until well after the fact, but yes, Shatner acquitted himself quite well.  "Ideal Woman" is my favorite track.



#6 kkarpiu

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Posted April 2, 2017 - 10:47 AM

Skunk Anansie, Savage Garden, The Verve and  Massive Attack would be cool.
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#7 samjjones

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Posted April 7, 2017 - 12:52 PM

 

I didn't discover Has Been until well after the fact, but yes, Shatner acquitted himself quite well.  "Ideal Woman" is my favorite track.

I just re-listened to the entire "Has Been" album the other day.  Still holds up.

I then listened to parts of "Seeking Major Tom" (which I'd never listened to).  What a hot pile of shit.

Clearly, Ben Folds is some kind of genius.



#8 Mr Wally

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Posted April 13, 2017 - 10:23 AM

We luckily have the great Shatner version of "Common People".

 

Hahaha this really doesn't count!


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#9 Mr Wally

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Posted May 29, 2017 - 05:23 PM

We finally have Savage Garden in RB and full band no less, Truly Madly Deeply released, thank you CVJordan! 


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