While halfassedly doing chores today, I made up a personal anthem, and then immediately had to "orchestrate" it for a tiny marching band. Lyrics below the cut. [more inside]
While most recording equipment is destroyed by the ambient cosmic horror rays that suffuse a typical blaseball game, we've unearthed a rare crowd sing-along performance captured on hand-carved vinyl by an especially stalwart Charleston Shoe Thieves fan. Here, then, is "Let Me Into The Blaseball", an absolutely legally non-infringing original song that blaseball fans have been known to sing in what short time the Blaseball Gods choose to grant them. [more inside]
Hey, the old one is clunky, hard to sing, and it's all about bombs and war and stuff. I wrote a better one. [more inside]
Flyball battle anthem. Not quite "Eye of the Tiger", to be sure, but you can still turn it up and rock out. Electronic instrumental. [more inside]
More massive amounts of Massive. I think it builds up nicely. Let me know what you think.
128bpm, dancey instrumental, mostly made with NI Massive. [more inside]
New York punk rockers KiLiFAX play their popular anthem in font of a live adience at Desmond's Tavern, July 27 2012.
an imaginary anthem
Just in time for Election Day, an anthem for the politically conservative. [more inside]
The first of two songs for this month's Summersong challenge -- a singalong powerpop anthem about incest, sunburn, and lost love on an English council estate. [more inside]
By the Maggie Thatcher Experience. I'm re-submitting as I got a message saying it was pulled last time because it looked like an advert (lots of html links) - No links this time. Hope it's now ok. I am a newbie. please be gentle with me. Yours, The Maggie Thatcher Experience [more inside]
Bringing the honkytonk to MeFi.