Here is a list of musical pieces which share, whether by contour or timing, similar sounding passages. For pieces which diverge from each other after the introduction, I have appended the string "[I]" to denote this; for pieces which only share a brief melodic portion in common I've colored the links red.
Weezer - Buddy Holly
BronyDanceParty - Love Me Cheerilee
Gustav Holst - Mars[I]
Anthrax - Among The Living[I]
Xi - Freedom Dive
Green Day - Basket Case
Voivod - Astronomy Domine
Franz Liszt - Csardas Macabre
Metallica - Enter Sandman[I]
“Weird Al” Yankovic - Lame Claim to Fame[I]
Kevin MacLeod - Gonna Start
Daniel Ingram - Smile SongRead more >
I had originally meant to wait until I had finished adding NateWantsToBattle's albums to make this post. However, I had some more thoughts come up, and I have the feeling that I may not be able to remember everything by the time I get the last three albums up. Especially as I can't guarantee that I can consistently add one album a day.
In any case, I indeed have three albums left to add to Nate's page at the time of writing this. He has another in the works right now, and while there's no indication of a release date, I'm merely taking a guess that he will aim to release it on March 1st, 2018, following the pattern of Songs of Time and Sandcastle Kingdoms. Whatever the case, I'm definitely excited to hear more from Nate and will do what I c…Read more >
I haven't been here for a long time. I don't know for how long I will be here, but I hope even small contributions are appreciated.
The reason I am here is that since New Year's Eve I am on an A-ha trip. On German TV there was a one hour excerpt of their MTV Unplugged shows. I loved it and ended up buying the album - and later many songs from their studio albums.
For me this Unplugged album is a jewel. Whereas a-ha use synthesizers quite a lot, I love all things acoustic. Not that I don't appreciate some creative use of keyboards or some of the stuff you can do with synths. Anyway, what a-ha did with their songs on this album is brillant. Some versions are slower than the originals, but above all the acoustic versions show the very substance…Read more >
If you wanna call this a blog post. It's gonna be short though. For one it's my first and I only have one short topic. I recently transcribed all the lyrics for MercyMe's Pleased to Meet You album. And I've also transcribed The Lads band's first album, P.I.R.A.W. So you should go check them out. (If you're intreseted.) I checked online for the LONGEST time and couldn't find any lyrics for the Pleased to Meet You album besides Just Like Your Father. So, therefore I decided to transcribe myself. It may only be about 95% accurate, but I did the best I could. The lyrics shown on this site and NewReleaseToday aren't simplified, meaning showing the chorus only once, etc. It's very detailed, with all the yeaas and ooohhs and all the backing vocals. Same …Read more >
is there a page with the lyrics to ghost at the gate?Read more >
Some of the articles don't have the actual lyrics from the moviesRead more >
Hello Wiki! Hello Blog! Hello community!
I just started out here. I will add some missing lyrics and help to correct others that I have access to.
But I also want to contribute my initial impression when trying to register and trying to add lyrics to this wiki. I use Linux, my desktop is KDE (or, more accurately, Plasma Desktop). KDE provides a nice browser called Konqueror. With Google adding more and more CAPTCHA stuff in the "I am not a robot" kind of protection – from spam or automated edits? – I hit a wall. Konqueror is not a supported browser by Google CAPTCHA. Not giving up so easily I had to use Firefox, which worked. I don't know about this protection stuff, but isn't it possible to make the CAPTCHA compatible with Konqueror? After …Read more >
Due to recent events I'm not able to finish the Eurovision Project.
So far, I've added/checked the ESC template to/on 1304 out of 1479 song pages, attributed the songs to albums where possible, added alternate language versions if available and added the wikipedia links and youtube videos.
There is still a lot of work to be done (double checking all ESC pages, reworking the main Eurovision Song Contest page etc.), so I hope that someone is going to finish what has been started.
I've spent a lot of time around here during last couple of months (I had to stay home a lot due to an injury and lw helped me pass the time...) but I kinda miss the spirit that usually makes a wiki great.
In the words of Eurovision: Adieu, Voorgoed voorbij, Time to Say …Read more >
Obviously there has been a change of policy and the Instrumental template is no longer to be used.Read more >
Currently live versions of songs should be directed to the original version of the song unless there is a substantial difference in the lyrics (See Help:Contents/Editing/Formatting/Songs#Live_Versions). As per 6_times_9 (See comments on blog User_blog:Thineshire/"Remixed"_Template?) we should read this rule to also include remixes.
This means "If, and only if, the lyrics are sufficiently different (more than just a few single words changed and/or lines repeated or omitted), they should get a separate song page".
I would like to get your input on this policy by asking for you to vote in the poll below. Comments are also welcome.
When you vote, please consider the following: Synchronized lyrics; Clean vs. Explicit lyrics; Certifying a remix song whe…Read more >