I love how he has to duck under all the doors
The 2010 version isn't about what 'get lucky' exactly sounds like, its simply used as an example of musical trends and the way they change over decades - thus a more dubstep sounding version, as this seems to be the trend of the decade...
Wow I never thought i'd say it but its actually refreshing hear a Kiwi accent!
when you started singing i thought i heard a hint of an Arnie impression! Apart from that it was an absolutely killer cover, great job!
There were some god awful songs written in the 60's - and people continued to write god awful songs all the way up to today. Now its probably much easier to find shitty songs today, but the ratio has stayed pretty much the same. There is so much good music still being written - Born Ruffians, Beirut, Tame Impala, Datarock and the Black Keys (even before they were popular - so indie of me i know) are the big ones for me right now. The difference is you have to do a bit more searching these days..
Too Right! I just wanna add one more:
"Which is the first commandment of all? And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment. And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these."
Was it just me or was there a hint of 'In the Summertime' by Mungo Jerry at 1:16?
I love that Chit Chat is now a TV presenter on Max and Pinky commentated 9 ball pool on the ABC for a little while...
Read a goddam history book before you even think about making any more of your shitty, ignorant comments..
After Midnight Oil Peter Garrett became involved in politics, and at the time this concert was filmed he was actually a member of Parliament and sat on the frontbench for the governing Labor Party :)
She Just Won't Believe Me gets me every time - I know the comparison has already been made a million times to the Beatles but it's eerily similar to the ending of I Want You - It completely sucks you in then cuts you off...
All that was missing was the obligatory "We gonna dance till the sun comes up" - But apart from that this pretty much sums ever club song from the past decade...
Oh yeah and a big fuck you to Usher and Chris Brown for writing the same shitty song over and over again and getting filthy rich off of it.
Ah, I see what you did there...
You're right, and this song definitely needs the bassline, but i still appreciated the nice little vocal harmony they did to cover it..
I believe he was referring to the 'My Girl' bit, which is originally on Otis Redding song...