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Meat Loaf – Where The Rubber Meets The Road Lyrics 13 years ago
Meat's opinions on modern sexual politics. One of the better songs of a pretty weak album.

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Meat Loaf – In the Land of the Pig, the Butcher Is King Lyrics 13 years ago
This is probably my favorite track of the new album. It manages to rock pretty hard without using cheesy modern effects like "The Monster's Loose." The guitar solo in the center feels pretty unnesscery, though.

Interesting story, Steinman wrote this song for the proposed "Batman" musical that never got off the ground. Its about Gotham City's corrupt politics, pretty obviously.

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Meat Loaf – Good Girls Go to Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere) Lyrics 13 years ago
You know, I'd like to think it's about people breaking away from thier everyday life to live their dreams, but, let's face it, it's about jerking off. Though the song also seems to comment on the hypocrites of religion. Like how there's no reason a teenager should feel gulity for masturbating even though many of them raised in strong religious households do. I like how the tone of the song changes half-way through into something lighter before going right down into the dark. The how "Back Into Hell" album is so wonderfully over the top. It rocks.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Weasel Stomping Day Lyrics 13 years ago
This is definately one of the better originals off the new album. Reminds me alot of "Harvey the Wonder Hamster." Do you think Al fans will start practicing Weasal Stomping Day now?

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Weird Al Yankovic – Weasel Stomping Day Lyrics 13 years ago
This is definately one of the better originals off the new album. Reminds me alot of "Harvey the Wonder Hamster." Do you think Al fans will start practicing Weasal Stomping Day now?

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Weird Al Yankovic – Trapped in the Drive-Thru Lyrics 13 years ago
This is a totally spot-on parody of R. Kelly. It sums up everything was just so ridiculous about the original song.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Polkas On 45 Lyrics 13 years ago
It's hard to pick a favorite polka medley, but this one definately rates high for me, up there with the Alternative Polka and the Angry White Boy Polka.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Polkarama! Lyrics 13 years ago
Al's polka medleys are always awesome. The "Drop It Like It's Hot" part had me rolling.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Midnight Star Lyrics 13 years ago
This is just great stuff. I love cheesy tabloids (Like the World Weekly News) and this covers most of the cliches. Musically, it's also one of Al's strongest songs as well. The melody kicks butt.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Let Me Be Your Hog Lyrics 13 years ago
Awesome.

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Weird Al Yankovic – I'll Sue Ya Lyrics 13 years ago
This song makes me thing Al might be growing tired of the comedy genre. I mean, aside from the slightly amusing lyrics, this sounds like a pretty straight headbanger.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Hardware Store Lyrics 13 years ago
One of Al's BEST original songs, without doubt. The idea of someone getting that excited over something as boring as a hardware store is just really frikin' funny.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Generic Blues Lyrics 13 years ago
B. B. King supposedly list this as one of his favorite blues song. That's just hilarious. It does seem to cover just about every blues cliche their is. I especialyl love the lines, "I got up this morning, then I went back to bed" and "My brothers and sisters all hated me, because I was an only child."

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Weird Al Yankovic – Everything You Know Is Wrong Lyrics 13 years ago
Another one of my favorites. Al is at his best when he just exploits the absurdity of something to it's full extent.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Do I Creep You Out Lyrics 13 years ago
I'm not familar with the original song at all, so I feel some of the comic effect is probably lost on me. The lyrics are funny, but definately ground he's cover on at least two songs before. Still, he's vocals are nice on this one.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Dare To Be Stupid Lyrics 13 years ago
This is, without a doubt, my favorite Weird Al song. It's like absurdity given musically form. And is also a great style parody of Devo.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Confessions Part III Lyrics 13 years ago
I love the spoken parts. Though I dislike the original genre (R&B and Rap) I still manage to enjoy this song. Wiping boogers on cats specifcally.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Close But No Cigar Lyrics 13 years ago
You know, I'm kinda' dissapointed in "Straight Outta' Lynwood." The parodies are pretty good, all and all, but orginal stuff is pretty forgettable. ("Weasal Stomping Day" and "Don't Download This Song" aside.) This song, inparticular, is probably the most forgettable song Al has ever done. And the animated video on the DVD side is creepy.

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Weird Al Yankovic – Canadian Idiot Lyrics 13 years ago
This is probably the best song off the new album.

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Lemon Demon – Geeks in Love Lyrics 13 years ago
While the lyrics are obviously meant to be humorous, the song doesn't seem to speaking down to anybody or trying to be really hip or something. It has geniune emotion. I think that adds a lot to it.

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Lemon Demon – Fine Lyrics 13 years ago
I love how it suggest nonflinching optimism in the face of tragedy.

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David Bowie – Fall Dog Bombs the Moon Lyrics 13 years ago
Yeah, the reference to oil is really what makes me think this is about Bush and the war.

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David Bowie – Under the God Lyrics 13 years ago
Technically, this is a Tin Machine song, but since Bowie was part of that band and this is included on his Greatest hits album, I guess it counts. (Snort)
This is probabily Bowie's most political song, I think.

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David Bowie – It's No Game (Part 1) Lyrics 13 years ago
Not since "Breaking Glass" has Bowie sounded so tormented.

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David Bowie – Growin' Up Lyrics 13 years ago
This is a Bruce Springsten (sic) cover that is included on the second disc of the SE of Diamond Dogs. I don't really care for it since Bowie is all about poetry and Bruce is all about rewriting the same song over and over again. They don't go together.

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David Bowie – Alternative Candidate Lyrics 13 years ago
This song is incredablly oblique and I have no idea what it means, much less how it would have fit into the 1984 musical. All the gay slang and werid sexual discussion makes it a little surprising first time you hear it. The guy in the liner notes for the speacil edition of Diamond Dogs, in which a second disc that has this song on it is included, calls it "one of the the flithest songs in rock history" which strikes me as a very naive thing to say. Anyway, Bowie's vocals sound nice on this one, I like the piano stuff, and it's pretty darn catchy. Not that I understand it.

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The Flaming Lips – The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song (With All Your Power) Lyrics 13 years ago
I pretty much agree with Thihihi. Human beings are by their very nature greedy and lazy so even though people say they would help the world if they could, given the chance and the ability, they probabily wouldn't.

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The Flaming Lips – The W.A.N.D. (The Will Always Negates Defeat) Lyrics 13 years ago
This song seems to sum up the "us agaisnt them" mentallity that propels almost the entire album. (Hence the tittle.) I don't think it's so much a straight protest song as it is sort of rallying against all that is false and wrong in modern society.

The bass riff kicks ass, too. I had only heard the Yoshimi album before and didn't know the Lips could rock this hard.

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The Flaming Lips – The Wizard Turns On... the Giant Silver Flashlight and Puts On His Werewolf Moccasins Lyrics 13 years ago
This strikes me as the most "drug" song off the new album as it is very trippy and "turns on" I'm pretty sure is drug lingo for something.

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The Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Pt. 1 Lyrics 13 years ago
Yeah, this song is just about robots. But if you want to give it a deeper meaning, that's cool! That's what's great about music, you know.

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The Flaming Lips – Vein of Stars Lyrics 13 years ago
Human beings, as we are now, can never really understand the afterlife or our place in the universe so to try and figure it out or judge it is just bogus. At least that's what I think it means.

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Alice Cooper – Billion Dollar Babies Lyrics 13 years ago
Yeah, it's about a sex doll.
And even though that subject really has nothing to do with anything, I've always thought of this song as the greatest horror rock song ever. I mean, it sounds like it should be, doesn't it?

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Alice Cooper – He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask) Lyrics 13 years ago
I agree with Solinus, this song, with all it's 80's cheese, is a perfect match-up with the F13 movies.

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Alice Cooper – Cold Machines Lyrics 13 years ago
Robots in love?

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Alice Cooper – From The Inside Lyrics 13 years ago
I believe this one is pretty obviously about Alice's battle with alcholism.

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Devo – Girl U Want Lyrics 13 years ago
Wow, no one's commited on this kick-ass little song? Shame.

Anyway, I'm currently dating the lead singer/guitarist of a punk-rock band and I have convinced her to add this song to their preformances because every time I hear it I think of her.

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David Bowie – We Are the Dead Lyrics 13 years ago
I know the song is about Winston and Julia but I have sort of adapted this song to be about the end of a relationship. Maybe when the couple realizes they should just cut their losses but it's never that easy... Oh, it's such a song. Makes me cry every time I hear it.

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David Bowie – Underground Lyrics 13 years ago
This one pretty much sums up the themes of Labyrinth perfectly. Best song from the film.

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David Bowie – TVC 15 Lyrics 13 years ago
Yeah, I believe that the Iggy story is the origin for this one. Sort of unrelated note here, but I know that at least some of the music from Station to Station was meant to be part of the soundtrack for "The Man Who Fell To Earth" and this song always reminds me of the scene where Thomas Newton is sitting and watching the walls of TVs and he is sort of consumed by them. Man, that's a freaky-ass movie.

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David Bowie – Time Lyrics 13 years ago
I like the intro alot and then how the song just explodes. Very glam, this one.

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David Bowie – The Jean Genie Lyrics 13 years ago
The whole Aladdin Sane album is about his experience of touring America. Sort of being shocked at seeing the grittiness of inner cities for the first time. I guess things are different in the UK.
Anyway, to this song, I agree that it's about Iggy Pop. Or just people that can combine the low class and the high class through their personal style.

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David Bowie – Sweet Thing Lyrics 13 years ago
I always got the impression that this was about picking up a hooker. But I've been wrong before.

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David Bowie – Suffragette City Lyrics 13 years ago
Usually I hate it when people just look at a song and say "It's about drugs, man." But in this case I think I have to look at the song and say...

It's about drugs, man.

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David Bowie – Sound and Vision Lyrics 13 years ago
It's about the writing process, totally. Great one too. One of my favorite Bowie songs.

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David Bowie – Star Lyrics 13 years ago
I love at the end. "Watch me now..." Good stuff. Another fun song to dance too.

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David Bowie – Sorrow Lyrics 13 years ago
Maybe this is my personal experience slipping into the intrepretation again, but I get the feeling this is about being in a relationship with a woman you know that isn't good for you but you can't let her go.

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David Bowie – Something in the Air Lyrics 13 years ago
For no particular reason, I always assumed that this song was about a divorce going bad. Amazing song, though. I love how his voice breaks at the end of the verses. Strange, because this one has been used in at least two films, "American Psycho" and "Memento" which is where I heard it first.

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David Bowie – Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) Lyrics 13 years ago
Having been in a relationship with mentally ill people in the past, I can certainly relate to it on that level. But I'm not so sure if that what's the song is getting at... I love the strange howling sounds heard throughout this song.

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David Bowie – Rock 'n' Roll Suicide Lyrics 13 years ago
I'm not sure what he's getting at, but I always got that the last part was about finding solace in music. Maybe it's a cauntionary tale... Great song. I love how it builds. What a finale!

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David Bowie – Rock 'n' Roll with Me Lyrics 13 years ago
My least favorite track off of Diamond Dogs but I still like it.
It's about finding solace in rock music, pretty obviously.

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