afterstasis;2105955 said:the mountain goats - there will be no divorce
Lolicat;2105408 said:I'm surprised that Bal-Sagoth titles haven't be dredged up yet, or Anal **** titles.That said, overlong titles and silly, offensive ones aren't 'cool' to me, here are some titles I feel are cool;Scout Niblett, **** Treasure Island - Ok, so it's slightly offensive, but I found the disavowal of the classic children's tale and by it, the very idea of adventure, very appealing.Bob Dylan, Desolation Row - A reference to various works of literature, it's strange how much weight these two words carry, almost as much as the wild, shamanic rendering of pop culture and American history we get in the song's lyrics.Bjork, All is Full of Love - The very title elates me, makes me feel at one with the world. It conjures an idea of closeness and intimacy, but at the same time, a very public, shared experience. I like this.
Squaretriangles;2107589 said:Good to see that you're not taking this too seriously or anything. :rolleyes:Perhaps 'Wacky Song Titles' or 'Fun Song Titles' would've been better names for this thread....
ArmsAreLoud;2109776 said:Jesus Christ Pose. Works especially well when you actually here it in the song....Yes, I am a fanboy.
Squaretriangles;2110547 said:That made me think of:Nirvana - "Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam"
afterstasis;2111552 said:that's actually originally by the vaselines.
Squaretriangles;2111605 said:Really? Wow, when I heard it on "MTV Live..." it sounded like a Nirvana song....Though I guess any song Kurt Cobain sings sounds like a Nirvana song.
instantdeath999;2111643 said:If I remember correctly, Kurt actually introduced it as a song written by the Vaselines.
Squaretriangles;2111856 said:I don't recall him introducing it like that....I guess I'll just have to go listen to it again.