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File Koko_the_Clown_sings_St__James_Infirmary_Blues_in_.m4a - (760.05KB , Koko the Clown sings St_ James Infirmary Blues in .m4a )
1590 No. 1590 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Folks, I'm going down to St. James Infirmary
See my baby there
She's stretched on a long white table
She's so sweet, so cold, so fair

Let her go, let her go, oh bless her
Wherever she may be
She will search this wide world over
But she'll never find another sweet man like me

Now when I die bury me in my straight-leg britches
Put on a box-back coat and a stetson hat
Put a twenty-dollar gold piece on my watch-chain
So you can let all the boys know I died standing pat

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Audio The Pillows - Ride On Shooting Star - (5.45MB - 320 kbps - 44.1 kHz , 01 - 17 - Ride On Shooting Star.mp3 ) Length: 2:23
1492 No. 1492 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I've always loved the sound the sound of rock and punk rock, especially when the music was upbeat and or happy. But the lyrics I hear all end up know. CRRRAAAWWWLLLING IIINNNN MY SKIIIINNNNN THESE WOOOOOUND THAT DOOOO NOT HEEEAAAAALLLLL. The only English band I know that is not like that would be Less Than Jake. The Pillows are sort of like this, but that's in Japanese.
Right, so I guess what I am asking is this: Please give me some happy, upbeat rock music that also has some happy, upbeat lyrics to them. Please and thank you!
>> No. 1533 [Edit]
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This is such a weird question because:
1. "Rock" is an incredibly vague term and I have no idea what you actually mean by it.
2. There is a plethora of happy punk music that I'm not sure why you would be having trouble finding it.

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Didn't find a music documentary thread.

This has pretty terrible quality, but it's interesting if you're into the industrial/post-industrial scene. It's called "The Sound of Progress - Pop Music according to Foetus, Coil, Current 93 & Test Dept"

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1495 No. 1495 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]

No. 1053 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
There's no thread for music videos. Like, just straight up music videos. I figure I can kick it off with three. Two of which are from my favorite band.

Number Girl - Toumei Shoujo

This one is awesome because Mukai (guitar + vocals) drew the comic parts himself.
>> No. 1054 [Edit]
Number Girl - Touch

Personally, this is my favorite music video of all time. I don't know what it is about it.
>> No. 1055 [Edit]
Foals are my favorite British band of the 21st century.
>> No. 1286 [Edit]
A scary amount of hours must've gone into this.
>> No. 1484 [Edit]
Even if you're not into it, this video gets really interesting after the halfway point. The song is great, too.

No. 1285 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Requests/IDs/questions etc thread

Does anyone know where the melody of this song is from?
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>> No. 1436 [Edit]
My guess would be that it's just Rita and Etsuko making fairly similar sounding music.

I suppose you're fairly positive it's not original, then?
>> No. 1459 [Edit]
Could you please upload Silver Forest's "Tsurupettan"?
>> No. 1477 [Edit]
Audio Silver Forest - つるぺったん - (6.11MB - 320 kbps - 44.1 kHz , Silver Forest - Tsurupettan.mp3 ) Length: 2:40

Resolved it myself.
>> No. 1479 [Edit]
You might enjoy Nick Cave.

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1400 No. 1400 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I don't come on anywhere near as much as I would have liked this year, but shit got real with studies and work. In return, have a christmas present.
On that soundcloud is pretty much everything I have recorded this year, bar some that I have yet to edit. Happy Holidays everyone on Tohno Chan. I love you all.
>> No. 1402 [Edit]
These are great, thanks for sharing. Hope you had a merry Christmas and get a good new years!
>> No. 1404 [Edit]
I don't know who you are but that is alot of good music there. Thank you for the post and have a happy new year.

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1345 No. 1345 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I still have the Tohno-chan song saved my computer. I dedicate this song to when we first put up the users online thing, and everyone would stress over people being online but not posting.

one step forward
two steps back
i left my old home
i ain't neve going back
it started with a bro on the ghost board and
he name-dropped a site called a tohno-chan

and all through the day
i've been, f5'n away
no new posts but my spirit stays true
the buzzards circle 'round but i still lurk you
} x2
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>> No. 1347 [Edit]
Tohno, do you have MSN? Can I add you?
>> No. 1349 [Edit]
Msn: [email protected]
>> No. 1352 [Edit]
I had lost the file myself. Thanks again.
>> No. 1396 [Edit]
I actually listen to this regular on my mp3 player.
Can you give me the tab for this? I want to learn it too!

Audio Burl Ives - Fooba Wooba John - (1.95MB - 205 kbps - 44.1 kHz , 05 Fooba Wooba John.mp3 ) Length: 1:07
1300 No. 1300 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
This thread is for songs you can't help but crack a smile to when you hear them.
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>> No. 1305 [Edit]
Audio Chip Skylark - My Shiny Teeth and Me - (2.30MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz , 05 My Shiny Teeth and Me.mp3 ) Length: 2:01

>> No. 1306 [Edit]
Audio Chubby Parker - King Kong Kitchie Kitchie Ki-Me - (4.41MB - 192 kbps - 48 kHz , King Kong Kitchie Kitchie Ki-Me.mp3 ) Length: 3:12

>> No. 1307 [Edit]
Audio David Wise - T.T.'s Theme - (1.65MB - 160 kbps - 44.1 kHz , 06 T_T_'s Theme.mp3 ) Length: 1:26

>> No. 1321 [Edit]
Audio Charles Trenet - Boum!! - (1.97MB - 109 kbps - 44.1 kHz , 18 Boum!!.mp3 ) Length: 2:31


No. 337 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
If you had a song to browse Tohno-chan what would it be?

For me, I think it fits nicely.
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>> No. 515 [Edit]
Audio Keiichi Suzuki, Hirokazu Tanaka, Hiroshi Kanazu, Toshiyuki Ueno - The Place - (1.07MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz , 140- Earthbound - The Place.mp3 ) Length: 1:10

>> No. 651 [Edit]
This is easily the best song I've heard by Modest Mouse. I'd totally take that back if I thought about it, but whatever. This song just has the T-Chan vibes.
>> No. 657 [Edit]
This one is right on the money.

Also, sorry for this terrible song but it just had to be posted.
>> No. 1363 [Edit]
Ambition makes you look pretty ugly

Audio Fryderyk Chopin - Étude No.23 - Op.25 No.11 - in Am (Winter Wind) - (5.54MB - 192 kbps - 44.1 kHz , 23 - Étude No_23 - Op_25 No_11 - in Am (Winter Wi.mp3 ) Length: 4:02
1107 No. 1107 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Because life jests if it tells me that there is no classic music post on /mp3/.

Because even romantic and barroque compositions are classical music. Go figure.
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>> No. 1227 [Edit]
The saddest music I ever heard.
>> No. 1232 [Edit]
Audio Satie - Valse du Chocolat aux amandes. - (797.88KB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 0:51

Youtube does not have this Satie valse so I had to upload it.

Also, I believe I found out why I love Satie so much. I was recently bored and I searched for Satie's life, something that would tell me how his works were received during his life, the people he knew, the awards he had received. If you are someone that looks for biographies and stories of the great pianists of today and of old, then you, like me, know that most of great pianists were normally playing at three years old, giving recitals of complex Liszt and Bach pieces at eight, going through orchestral pieces at eleven and becomings masters at fifteen. But not Satie.

What surprised me about Satie was that he only began at eleven years old to play piano. Not only that, but he was never actually accepted or completed a conservatoire course. Erik never had an actual formation and made his way through cabarets and other places like so, never the great recital halls. He did had a time of fame and success while still alive, but he had no visits at his home during his entire time living in Arcueil. When he died, he had an enormous amount of either hidden or unfinished pieces that he kept away from public, inside a coat, at his house. When he tried for conservatoires of England, the staff said he was horrible and had a fiasco of a technique, and he was known as the laziest stundent when he was actually accepted.

And yet he still composed during all this time. Satie lived with this mixture of confusion, of solitude and feeling of failure most of his life and yet he still composed. Somehow I believe I find myself in a close situation if only in a sentimental way, and I believe Satie says in his compositions what I would like to express to others but cannot.
>> No. 1234 [Edit]
Audio Enrico Caruso, Rossini - Tarantella Neapolitana - La Danza - (1.52MB - 64 kbps - 22.05 kHz , Enrico Caruso - Tarantella neapolitana - La Danza.mp3 ) Length: 3:18

The first singer's voice ever recorded, if I remember correctly.
>> No. 1332 [Edit]
Someday I'll go to Richter's grave and applaud him, even if he is dead. I should show some kind of gratefulness for what he has done, even if it he's gone.

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