Barbra Streisand run wild

Run WIld. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment. Name * Email * Website. Post navigation. Previous Previous post: Second Hand Rose. Next Next post: The Way We Were. Barbra-Archives.com BarbraNews.com AllAboutBarbra.com. News. Statements; Articles of Interest; Truth Alerts ... 11- Barbra Streisand Run Wild. Like I care for you Ooh, I care for you Run wild Out on the edge of time, child. Carry your dreams away, love No one can hold you now For you are an island. I may be broken but understand My love will get by There will be others along the way Run Wild Barbra Streisand Buy This Song. FAVORITE (4 fans) Barbra Streisand. Barbra Joan Streisand (born Barbara Joan Streisand /ˈstraɪsænd/; April 24, 1942) is an American singer, actress, writer, film producer, and director. She has won two Academy Awards, eight Grammy Awards, five Emmy Awards including one Daytime Emmy, a Special Tony ... Barbra Streisand - Run Wild Lyrics. I wandered into your wonderland With eyes open wide You turned me into your yesterday But you will remain inside of me Like I care for you, Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot 100. Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. Top Lyrics of 2011. 'Barbra Streisand' by Duck Sauce is featured on Just Dance 3 and Just Dance Unlimited. The song was also planned to be featured on Just Dance Wii 2, but was scrapped for unknown reasons. The song can also be found in the Just Dance Now files. On Just Dance Unlimited and Just Dance Now, an altered version of the song, called 'Barbra Streisand (2019 Edit)', is used. Barbra Streisand 'Run Wild': I wandered into your wonderland With eyes open wide You turned me into your yesterday But you will r... Barbra Streisand (born Barbara Joan Streisand; April 24, 1942 Brooklyn, New York), is an Academy Award-winning American singer, theater and film actress, composer, film producer, and director. She has won Oscars for Best Actress and Best Original Song as well as multiple Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, Golden Globe Awards and an honorary Tony Award. Lyrics to 'Run Wild' by Barbra Streisand. I wandered into your wonderland With eyes open wide You turned me into your yesterday But you will remain inside of me Like I care for you View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1980 Vinyl release of Woman In Love/Run Wild on Discogs. Label: CBS - 12348 • Format: Vinyl 7 Barbra Streisand - Woman In Love/Run Wild (1980, Vinyl) Discogs Run Wild Barbra Streisand. Produced by Albhy Galuten, Barry Gibb & Karl Richardson. Album Guilty. Run Wild Lyrics. I wandered into your wonderland With eyes open wide You turned me into your yesterday

i've rated the dances from all (most) of the games...

2020.07.21 05:47 kalechipsfromhell i've rated the dances from all (most) of the games...

yes, i actually played through all of the songs. no, i didn't stay up for several nights straight until i finished...
Just Dance
  1. Wanna Be
  2. I Like to Move It
  3. Pump Up the Jam
  4. Groove is in the Heart
  5. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
  6. Hot N Cold
  7. Heart of Glass
  8. Womanizer
  9. Funplex
  10. Bebe
  11. Ring My Bell
  12. Acceptable in the 80s
  13. Le Freak
  14. Can't Touch This
  15. Mashed Potato Time
  16. Can't Get You Out of My Head
  17. Louie Louie
  18. Step by Step
  19. Eye of the Tiger
  20. That's the Way (I Like It)
  21. Girls and Boys
  22. Jerk It Out
  23. A Little Less Conversation
  24. Cotton Eye Joe
  25. Jin Go Lo Ba
  26. Kids in America
  27. Dare
  28. Who Let the Dogs Out
  29. Lump
  30. I Get Around
  31. Fame
  32. Surfin' Bird
Just Dance 2
  1. Rasputin
  2. Its Raining Men
  3. I Want You Back
  4. Sympathy for the Devil
  5. I Got You (I Feel Good)
  6. Call Me
  7. Jump
  8. Proud Mary
  9. SOS
  10. That's Not My Name
  11. D.a.n.c.e.
  12. Hey Ya
  13. Walk Like an Egyptian
  14. Hot Stuff
  15. Mugsey Baloney
  16. Cosmic Girl
  17. Move Your Feet
  18. Sway (Quien Sera)
  19. Katti Kalandal
  20. Take Me Out
  21. Alright
  22. Holiday
  23. Girlfriend
  24. Wake Me Up Before You Go Go
  25. Body Movin (Fatboy Slim Remix)
  26. Rockefeller Skank
  27. Viva Las Vegas
  28. Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)
  29. Iko Iko
  30. The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)
  31. Baby Girl
  32. Jump in the Line
  33. Tik Tok
  34. Monster Mash
  35. When I Grow Up
  36. Satisfaction (Isak Original Extended Mix)
  37. Dagomba
  38. Soul Bossa Nova
  39. The Power
  40. Idealistic
  41. A-punk
  42. Jungle Boogie
  43. Toxic
  44. Crazy in Love
Just Dance 3
  1. Boom
  2. Beautiful Liar
  3. Barbra Streisand
  4. Baby One More Time
  5. Pump It
  6. Promiscuous Girl
  7. Tightrope
  8. Let's Go to the Mall
  9. Lollipop
  10. Take on Me
  11. Giddy on Up (Giddy on Out)
  12. What You Waiting for
  13. Venus
  14. Dynamite
  15. Kurio Ko Uddah Le Jana
  16. Party Rock Anthem
  17. Price Tag
  18. Somethin' Stupid
  19. Pata Pata
  20. I Dont Feel Like Dancin'
  21. Jump (for My Love)
  22. California Gurls
  23. Forget You
  24. I'm So Excited
  25. Apache (Jump on It)
  26. Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)
  27. I Was Made for Lovin' You
  28. This is Halloween
  29. Night Boat to Cairo
  30. Boogie Wonderland
  31. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
  32. I Feel Love
  33. Land of 1000 Dances
  34. Hey Boy Hey Girl
  35. Think
  36. Video Killed the Radio Star
  37. Shes Got Me Dancing
  38. Jamaican Dance
  39. Dance All Nite
  40. Spectronizer
  41. No Limit
  42. Are You Gonna Go My Way
  43. Da Funk
Just Dance 4
  1. Wild Wild West
  2. Asereje (the Ketchup Song)
  3. Crucified
  4. Istanbul
  5. Good Feeling
  6. Oops! I Did It Again
  7. Super Bass
  8. Run the Show
  9. Oh No!
  10. Moves Like Jagger
  11. On the Floor
  12. Disturbia
  13. Love You Like a Love Song
  14. You're the First, the Last, My Everything
  15. Umbrella
  16. The Final Countdown
  17. Hit Em Up Style (Oops)
  18. Livin La Vida Loca
  19. So What
  20. Mr Saxobeat
  21. Beware of the Boys
  22. Crazy Little Thing
  23. Never Gonna Give You Up
  24. I Like It
  25. Jailhouse Rock
  26. Time Warp
  27. Maneater
  28. Can't Take My Eyes Off of You
  29. Call Me Maybe
  30. What Makes You Beautiful
  31. Rock and Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain)
  32. I've Had the Time of My Life
  33. Mas Que Nada
  34. We No Speak Americano
  35. Superstitious
  36. Rock Lobster
  37. Some Catching Up to Do
  38. Hot for Me
  39. Beauty and a Beat
  40. Good Girl
  41. Tribal Dance
  42. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
Just Dance 2014
  1. C'mon
  2. Where Have You Been
  3. Pound the Alarm
  4. Isadora
  5. Rich Girl
  6. She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)
  7. Moskau
  8. Dancando
  9. Applause
  10. Just Dance
  11. Starships
  12. The Way
  13. Aquarius/Let the Sunshine in
  14. Candy
  15. Troublemaker
  16. Blurred Lines
  17. Feels So Right
  18. Maria
  19. Just a Gigolo
  20. In the Summertime
  21. Limbo
  22. Flashdance... What a Feeling
  23. I Will Survive
  24. I Kissed a Girl
  25. Get Lucky
  26. Could You Be Loved
  27. The Other Side
  28. Follow the Leader
  29. thatPOWER
  30. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (a Man After Midnight)
  31. It's You
  32. Feel This Moment
  33. Miss Understood
  34. Careless Whisper
  35. Nitro Bot
  36. Ymca
  37. Ghostbusters
  38. Blame It on the Boogie
  39. Kiss You
  40. 99 Luftbaloons
  41. Prince Ali
  42. Fine China
  43. Love Boat
  44. Turn Up the Love
  45. Wild
  46. Gentleman
Just Dance 2015
  1. Bang Bang
  2. Summer
  3. Macarena
  4. Problem
  5. Dark Horse
  6. You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
  7. Holding Out for a Hero
  8. Diamonds
  9. 4x4
  10. Birthday
  11. Get Low
  12. Bailando
  13. I Love It
  14. Walk This Way
  15. Burn
  16. Addicted to You
  17. Best Song Ever
  18. Epic Sirtaki
  19. It's My Birthday
  20. Black Widow
  21. Don't Worry Be Happy
  22. Me and My Broken Heart
  23. You're on My Mind
  24. Fatima
  25. She Looks So Perfect
  26. Built for This
  27. Tetris
  28. Ain't No Mountain High Enough
  29. Never Can Say Goodbye
  30. Maps
  31. Let It Go
  32. Only You (and You Alone)
  33. Speedy Gonzalez
  34. Love Me Again
  35. Love is All
  36. Happy
  37. Xmas Tree
  38. Mahna Mahna
  39. Till I Find You
  40. What Does the Fox Say
Just Dance 2016
  1. Circus
  2. I Got a Feeling
  3. Hey Mama
  4. Let’s Groove
  5. Cool for the Summer
  6. Rabiosa
  7. Fun
  8. Im an Albatraoz
  9. This is How We Do
  10. When the Rain Begins to Fall
  11. Fancy
  12. Born This Way
  13. Boys (Summertime Love)
  14. Hit the Road Jack
  15. These Boots Are Made for Walking
  16. Want to Want Me
  17. Drop the Mambo
  18. Lights
  19. Uptown Funk
  20. Same Old Love
  21. Irish Meadow Dance
  22. Ievan Polka
  23. Gibberish
  24. Under the Sea
  25. Copacabana
  26. Hangover (Bababa)
  27. You Can Never Tell
  28. In the Hall of the Mountain King
  29. Stuck on a Feeling
  30. No Control
  31. The One That I Want
  32. Kaboom Pow
  33. Kool Kontact
  34. Teacher
  35. Heartbeat Song
  36. Blame
  37. All About That Bass
  38. Animals
  39. Balkan Blast Remix
  40. The Choice is Yours
  41. Junto a Ti
  42. Chiwawa
  43. Stadium Flow
Just Dance 2017
  1. Hips Dont Lie
  2. Titanium
  3. Worth It
  4. Leila
  5. Lean on
  6. Carnaval Boom
  7. El Tiki
  8. Bang
  9. Dont Stop Me Now
  10. Bailar
  11. Cheap Thrills
  12. Bon Bon
  13. Into You
  14. Can't Feel My Face
  15. Little Swing
  16. I Love Rock N Roll
  17. Run the Night
  18. Tico-tico No Fuba
  19. Dont Wanna Know
  20. Like I Would
  21. September
  22. Scream & Shout
  23. Dragostea Din Tei
  24. Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)
  25. Te Dominar
  26. La Bicicleta
  27. Ghost in the Keys
  28. Last Christmas
  29. Cola Song
  30. Popipo
  31. Single Ladies
  32. What is Love
  33. All About Us
  34. Sorry
  35. Wherever I Go
  36. Daddy
  37. Cake by the Ocean
  38. Radical
  39. Oishii Oishii
  40. Groove
Just Dance 2018
  1. Swish Swish
  2. Slumber Party
  3. Kissing Strangers
  4. Naughty Girl
  5. Rockabye
  6. John Wayne
  7. Got That
  8. Waka Waka
  9. Risky Business
  10. Another One Bites the Dust
  11. Blow Your Mind (Muah)
  12. Bubble Pop!
  13. Side to Side
  14. Love Ward
  15. Chantaje
  16. Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini
  17. Fight Club
  18. Keep on Moving
  19. Dharma
  20. Carmen (Overture)
  21. Bad Liar
  22. Shape of You
  23. Tumbum
  24. Diggy
  25. 24k Magic
  26. Despacito
  27. Sayonara
  28. Beep Beep Im a Sheep
  29. All You Gotta Do
  30. Footloose
  31. The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody)
  32. In the Hall of the Pixel King
  33. How Far I'll Go
  34. Boom Boom
  35. Instruction
  36. New Face
  37. Daddy Cool
  38. Automation
  39. Blue (Da Ba Dee)
  40. Make It Jingle
Just Dance 2019
  1. Ddudu Ddudu
  2. A Little Party
  3. Adeyyo
  4. New Reality
  5. Bang Bang Bang
  6. Familiar
  7. New Rules
  8. Finesse (Remix)
  9. Sweet Little Unforgettable Thing
  10. Omg
  11. Water Me
  12. Bum Bum Tam Tam
  13. Calypso
  14. Mi Mi Mi
  15. Work Work
  16. New World
  17. I Feel It Coming
  18. Mama Mia
  19. Shaky Shaky
  20. Un Poco Loco
  21. One Kiss
  22. No Tears Left to Cry
  23. Toy
  24. Not Your Ordinary
  25. Ca Plane Pour Moi
  26. Fire
  27. Mad Love
  28. The Rhythm of the Night
  29. Sangria Wine
  30. Sweet Sensation
  31. Sugar
  32. Obsesión
  33. Milosc W Zakopanem
  34. Where Are You Now
  35. Make Me Feel
  36. Im Still Standing
  37. Havana
  38. Narco
  39. Rave in the Grave
  40. Pac-man
Just Dance 2020
  1. Kill This Love
  2. 7 Rings
  3. Fancy
  4. Bad Boy
  5. Just an Illusion
  6. So Depois De Carnaval
  7. Get Busy
  8. Bangarang
  9. God is a Woman
  10. Bassa Sababa
  11. Policeman
  12. My New Swag
  13. Taki Taki
  14. Everybody (Backstreets Back)
  15. I Don't Care
  16. Talk
  17. Bad Guy
  18. 365
  19. Con Altura
  20. The Time (Dirty Bit)
  21. Old Town Road (Remix)
  22. Soy Yo
  23. Keep in Touch
  24. I Like It
  25. Ugly Beauty
  26. Le Bal Masque
  27. Con Calma
  28. Ma Itu
  29. Fancy Footwork
  30. Rain Over Me
  31. Tell Aviv
  32. High Hopes
  33. Stop Movin'
  34. Im the Best
  35. Vodovorot
  36. Sushi
  37. Infernal Gallop (Can-can)
  38. Skibidi
  39. Fit but You Know It
  40. Baby Shark
i'm curious to hear how many of you guys agree/disagree! again this is just my opinion.
*(this list doesn't include any alternate versions)
**edit: filled in a blank slot
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2020.04.08 23:04 OldYoungPERSON69 My 2020 so far...

January- I’m back from my skiing trip, and I’m on the dean’s list with a 3.5 GPA and I volunteer to lead a project for a club at the college. Dual-Major here I come!!
Current Mood: confident
February- Someone tried to induct me into a cult after attending their gathering on accident, I had a heart attack and then acid spilled on me on the exact same day(I showed up to class after the heart attack but the teacher told me to go fuck myself and gave me a tardy), and the next day someone I knew just murdered someone. My grades aren’t where I want them, I tried to kill myself, and I’m pretty sure I’m having an existential crisis. Meanwhile, everybody is telling me I’m overreacting. Send help.
... I’m also dating a hot pilot
Current mental status: fucked up
March- A man ran around my front yard with a chain saw and I just went back to sleep accepting my fate. Some sketchy shit just went down behind my back that I’ve been completely unaware of for months, but when I had a flashback and finally realized what was going on, I attempted to drink bleach, and packed my bags to go to Alaska. My mother stopped me after I drove two hours out of town. I then ate a pie at a fifties diner and then sat on the roof and watched a beautiful sunset convincing myself everything would be alright.
Proceeding this, I ran into every man that molested me as a child within a three day period. I then had a few drinks, had a mental breakdown, and ran around the neighborhood butt naked at 1 in the morning screaming. Luckily nobody called the police. I accepted that because of my unusual upbringing, I have an untamable daddy fetish that nobody can help me with.
You think I would’nt get any worse... but NOPE
Then the corona virus hit, which really hasn’t effected me in any way, shape, or form, because of all the nonsense I survived previous to the pandemic. So I just continue to exist as if it weren’t happening, devoid of our current toxic reality.
Current mental status: dead inside and just accepting my fucked up reality at this point.
April- I’m a borderline alcoholic, with hyper sexual tendencies. Last month I got raped while I was drunk during spring break and came to terms with my “realization”. I learned to stop trusting these idiots my age because they don’t have the life experience that I do. I briefly watched archer and Rick and Morty. One time I got drunk and created blue prints for a laser gun and a landable rocket... within a three hour period... blackout shitfaced. I’m severely struggling to find who I am as an individual because I haven’t learned how to push others away when they are hurting me. So... I almost drove around with a wild coyote in my car, drank an entire bottle of whiskey on the school group chat, and bragged about projectile vomiting on my high school bullies car(she thought her cat did it). Because my father refused to let me do schoolwork because it’s “play” I snapped and drove around like Mad Max for two whole days. When I can work, I stay up till the dawn of the next morning to make myself work completely running off caffeine and other things.
...the pilot left me
Mental Status: At this point in my life, I’m sure I’m not going to trust a man again. I feel fear being in the near presence of one.
May-I took 3 W’s and 2 P’s. I cried in the shower for an hour after taking my last final. I bought a beta fish with a midget who’s my best friend and named it Barbra Streisand and taught it to worship the head of our department as it’s god. Then I put underglow on my car and did donuts in the autozone parking lot and drove through the desert for three hours. The I found out it was illegal and took that off. The I got shot at in the middle of the desert by some wackos, probably bandidos, but I didn’t want to stick around to find out. Then I gradually started to fix up my car. Then I met a lady in a domestic abuse situation that I saved from her death. I tried to study that month, but I felt dead inside still.
Mental Status: fuck it!
June-I gradually have been teaching myself to take my car apart and put it back together. I’ve been working to training a cowboys horse to be tame. The BLM movement is happening and the world is going to actual hell now. I built the body for two robots, tried to peg a 60 year old man in the ass, started dating a zak efron look alike, domestic abuse turned to human trafficking that the police refuse to acknowledge, told the human trafficker who fucks children to go fuck himself... which scared the Vietnam Vet sitting next to me in the car. Going to try to stop the bastards from selling a four month old baby, but who knows if they’ll try to kill me. I now have to legally wear a mask everywhere I go.
Did I mention I started studying again?
Metal Status: Ok.
July- Made a boat-load of fine art, chilled in a 20 million dollar jet and made some new friends, and some dude tryna hack my phone(possibly human trafficker dude, or some other thugs(lots of bad ppl hate me. Perks of a chaotic good ;) )) and were not even a full three days into this flipping month. YEET
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2020.03.24 20:57 coolia662 Alternate Oscars Series: Part 1 - 69th Academy Awards

Here's who I would choose as the nominees and winners for the Oscars, starting with the 69th Oscars and going in no particular order per year.
BEST PICTURE
BEST DIRECTOR
BEST ACTOR
BEST ACTRESS
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM
BEST ORIGINAL DRAMATIC SCORE
BEST ORIGINAL MUSICAL OR COMEDY SCORE
BEST ORIGINAL SONG
BEST SOUND EFFECTS EDITING
BEST ART DIRECTION
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
BEST SOUND MIXING
BEST MAKEUP
BEST COSTUME DESIGN
BEST FILM EDITING
BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
What are your thoughts? Let me know in the comments below!
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2020.03.22 23:53 coolia662 Alternate Oscars Series: 69th Oscars

Here's who I would choose as the nominees and winners for the Oscars, starting with the 69th Oscars and going in no particular order per year.
BEST PICTURE
BEST DIRECTOR
BEST ACTOR
BEST ACTRESS
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM
BEST ORIGINAL DRAMATIC SCORE
BEST ORIGINAL MUSICAL OR COMEDY SCORE
BEST ORIGINAL SONG
BEST SOUND EFFECTS EDITING
BEST ART DIRECTION
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
BEST SOUND MIXING
BEST MAKEUP
BEST COSTUME DESIGN
BEST FILM EDITING
BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
What are your thoughts? Let me know in the comments below!
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2020.02.09 23:58 MagmaCake Extra Info On The Matt Mercer Effect

Having been a victim of the Matt Mercer effect, both as a player and a dungeon master, I feel that it is worth giving my own thoughts an experiences on it. In most common interpretations of the Matt Mercer effect, it's of players expecting the game to be like X dungeon master's game. That said, here is some extra info I can give on the matter...
It Can Effect Players And Dungeon Masters: As eluded to above, I have been affect by it from a player's perspective and a DM's perspective. Anyone can have expectations for the game, and the Matt Mercer effect is when those expectations are caused by media depicting the game.
As an example, I, as a dungeon master, do not watch Critical Role. My reasoning being that I don't want to create unrealistic expectations for my players. Of course five teenagers aren't going to play on the same skill level as professional voice actors who likely get paid for their time. So I don't watch it, or any D&D stream for that matter, and I try to take my players for who they are rather than who I'd like them to be.
Critical Role Isn't The Only Way To Spread The Effect: Like how the Streisand Effect doesn't only apply to Barbra Streisand, the Matt Mercer effect does not only apply to Critical Role. Any series that depicts Dungeons and Dragons, outside of a factual basis, gives some level of expectations in any player.
As an example, a player of mine watches a lot of Puffin Forest, Dingo Doodles, and JoCat. When making a warlock, he always screamed Eldritch Blast thanks to the JoCat video, thought that wild magic sorcerers could destroy entire magical cities thanks to Dingo's video, and effectively lifted an NPC from one Puffin Forest video and played them as a character. I have had to tell them repeatedly that those videos are not accurate representations of how I run D&D.
This post does have less of a point than usual, but I do hope it is useful to some.
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2020.01.05 08:10 LLSIFFREAK With a Nintendo Switch & Wikipedia, here's a complete list of all the songs excluded from JDU! (Excluding "Satellite" & "Here Comes the Hotstepper" since they're coming soon in the Winter Gala)(as of 1/5/2020)

Just Dance 1:
Bebe, Can't Get You Out of My Head, DARE, Funplex (CSS Remix), Girls & Boys, Groove is in the Heart, I Like to Move It, Jerk It Out, Jin-Go-Lo-Ba, Kids in America, A Little Less Conversation, Louie Louie, Pump up the Jam, Ring my Bell, Womanizer
Just Dance 2:
A-Punk, Alright, American Boy, Body Movin', Born to be Wild, Call Me, Chicken Payback, Come on Eileen, Crazy in Love, D.A.N.CE., Funkytown, I Got You (I Feel Good), Iko Iko, Jump, Jump In The Line, Maniac, Pump Up The Volume, SOS, Satisfaction, The Shoop Shoop Song, Skin-to-Skin, Song 2, Spice Up Your Life, Sympathy for the Devil, The Power, Viva Las Vegas, When I Grow Up, Why oh Why
Just Dance 3:
Pump It, Price Tag, I Don't Feel Like Dancin', Marcia Baila, Barbra Streisand, Only Girl In The World, Gonna Make You Sweat, What You Waiting For?, Da Funk, Dance All Nite, Are You Gonna Go My Way?, Jamaican Dance, I'm So Excited, Giddy On Up (Giddy On Out), Tightrope, Beautiful Liar, Pata Pata, Satellite, Baby Zouk
Just Dance 4:
Ain't No Other Man, Call Me Maybe, Brand New Start, Crazy Little Thing, Disturbia, Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, Hot For Me, Livin' La Vida Loca, Make the Party (Don't Stop), Never Gonna Give You Up, On The Floor, Rock Lobster, Run the Show, So What, Some Catchin' Up To Do, Umbrella, What Makes You Beautiful, Wild Wild West, Funhouse, One Thing, The Lazy Song, Gold Dust
Just Dance 2014:
Alfonso Signorini, Applause (Official Choreo DLC), Blame It On The Boogie, Candy, Careless Whisper, Could You Be Loved, Dancando, Feel This Moment, Follow the Leader, Get Lucky, In The Summertime, Kiss You, Limbo, Maria, Rich Girl, She Wolf (Falling to Pieces), Troublemaker, Where Have You Been, Can't Hold Us
Just Dance 2015:
4x4, Addicted to You, Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Bailando, Best Song Ever, Black Widow, Dancing Diva, Dark Horse, Diamonds, Fatima, Get Low, High Light*High Life, I Love It, It's My Birthday, Little Apple, Love Me Again, Mahna Mahna, Only You & You Alone, Papaoutai, Problem, She Looks So Perfect, The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?), Us Under The Sunshine, You're on My Mind, I Luh Ya Papi, We Can't Stop, Boom Clap, Kiss Kiss, Bad Romance Official Choreo DLC
Just Dance 2016-2019:
Ievan Polkka, Same Old Love, Naughty Girl (Rabbid Peach), Mad Love, Nice For What (idc if u have to kidnap Drake, bring it back plz)
*UbiSoft, why the heck are Anja & Rihanna absent from JDU? Give them justice!*
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2019.08.16 18:36 00u Spoiler: Stranger Things Complete Unofficial Soundtrack s1 s2 s3 with exact timecodes and comments that tell when song is heard

This is a Stranger Things Complete Unofficial Soundtrack s1 s2 s3 collection of music within Stranger Things seasons s1, s2 and s3 except: * no Christmas, classical, accordion, hornpipe, marching band, songs briefly sung by cast and none of the score by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein
The first list is just season/episode/time - name - artist with no spoilers.
The second list is a hidden spoiler since it includes ID3tag comments for each track about when it is heard in the episode.
FILE NAME FORMAT sXeY.HMMSSz - [song name] - [artist] X=season Y=episode H=hour MM=minute SS=second z=s - "soundtrack" sourced from an official Stranger Things Soundtrack, e.g. Heroes z=e - "extra" not on an official soundtrack using the best source possible
MISSING s1e1 - Dark Stars - Mark Glass - Jonathan parks outside Lonnie's place s2e6 - Where Django's At - Cameron Brooks s2e9 - I See Charcoal (You See Scarlet) - Cameron Brooks
EDITS - these songs were shortened but include all the music heard in the show s1e5.01459e - Green Desert (edit) - Tangerine Dream s3e6.05306e - Confrontation and Rescue (edit) - Philip Glass
SUBSTITUTE s2e9.04450e - Rare Bird (Live) - Tangerine Dream is LIVE and but the version in the show is a studio version from "Ride On The Ray The Blue Years Anthology 1980-1987 (2011)". This live version sounds very close to the one used in the show.

season/episode.HMMSSx - title - artist

s1e1.01615e - Can't Seem to Make You Mine - The Seeds s1e1.02139e - She Has Funny Cars - Jefferson Airplane s1e1.02647e - I Shall Not Care - Pearls Before Swine s1e1.02855e - Jenny May - Trader Horne s1e1.03810e - Every Little Bit - Jackie James and Ian Curnow s1e1.03844e - White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane s1e1.04106s - Africa - Toto s1e2.01630e - Go Nowhere - Reagan Youth s1e2.01639s - Should I Stay Or Should I Go - The Clash s1e2.02736e - I'm Taking Off (Shield Your Eyes) - Space Knife s1e2.03252e - Body Language - Alexander Baker and Clair Marlo s1e2.03708e - Tie A Yellow Ribbon - Brotherhood Of Man s1e2.03823e - Raise A Little Hell - Trooper s1e2.04312e - I Melt With You - Modern English s1e2.05236s - Hazy Shade Of Winter - The Bangles s1e3.00041e - Waiting for a Girl Like You - Foreigner s1e3.04708s - Heroes - Peter Gabriel s1e4.00348s - Atmosphere - Joy Division s1e4.03357e - Color Dreams - The Deep s1e5.01102s - Elegia - New Order s1e5.01459e - Green Desert (edit) - Tangerine Dream s1e5.05027s - Nocturnal Me - Echo and The Bunnymen s1e6.00331s - Corey Hart - Sunglasses At Night s1e6.01624e - I See the Future - Andrew Pinching s1e6.01907e - Happy Jose - Kookie Freeman s1e6.02815e - The Bargain Store - Dolly Parton s1e6.03223e - Exit - Tangerine Dream s1e7.02224e - Fields of Coral - Vangelis s1e8.03656e - Horizon (Warsaw Gate Mix) - Tangerine Dream s1e8.03656e - When It's Cold I'd Like to Die - Moby s2e1.00610s - Whip It - Devo s2e1.00925e - Just Another Day - Oingo Boingo s2e1.01210s - Talking in Your Sleep - The Romantics s2e1.01356s - Rock You Like a Hurricane - Scorpions s2e1.01558e - Spookie Movies - Gary Paxton s2e1.04005e - Every Other Girl - Prehistoric Wolves s2e2.01031e - Ghostbusters (Instrumental) - Ray Parker Jr s2e2.02509e - Wango Tango - Ted Nugent s2e2.02925e - Blackout - Swing Set s2e2.03042e - Shout at the Devil - Motley Crue s2e2.03223e - Islands in the Stream - Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton s2e2.03820e - Monster Mash - Bobby Boris Pickett s2e2.04116s - Girls On Film - Duran Duran s2e2.04540e - Outside the Realm - Big Giant Circles s2e2.05242e - Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr s2e3.00852e - Whistle On the River - The Mercey Brothers s2e3.01604s - You Don't Mess Around with Jim - Jim Croce s2e3.01901e - Go! - Tones On Tail s2e3.02716s - The Ghost in You - The Psychedelic Furs s2e3.02849e - Clean Cut American Kid - Ill Repute s2e3.03144e - Cookin - Al Casey Combo s2e3.03713e - How I Feel About You - Jumpstreet s2e4.01015e - This Is Radio Clash - The Clash s2e4.01619e - Scarface (Push It To the Limit) - Paul Engemann s2e4.03308e - The Growing - The Haxan Cloak s2e5.00552e - Try My Love - Carroll Lloyd s2e5.01103e - You Ought To Be With Me - Carl Weathers s2e5.01518e - Green, Green Grass of Home - Bobby Bare s2e5.01810e - Can I Do What I Want - Shock Therapy s2e5.02029e - Metal Sport - Hittman s2e5.02048e - Darling Don't Leave Me - Robert Gorl s2e5.03727e - When the Sun Goes Down - The Jetzons s2e5.03943e - Strength in Numbers - Channel 3 s2e5.04143e - No More - Billie Holiday s2e5.04939e - Open the Kingdom (Liquid Days Part Two) - Philip Glass s2e6.00052e - Hammer to Fall - Queen s2e6.00717e - There Is Frost On the Moon - Artie Shaw and His Orchestra s2e6.00944e - You Better Go Now - Billie Holiday s2e6.01658e - Blue Bayou - Roy Orbison s2e6.01854e - Round and Round - Ratt s2e7.00631s - Runaway - Bon Jovi s2e7.01625s - Back To Nature - Fad Gadget s2e7.02128e - The Bank Robbery - John Carpenter s2e7.02313e - Dead End Justice - The Runaways s2e7.04202e - Whisper to a Scream (Birds Fly) - The Icicle Works s2e8.00503e - The Love You Save (May Be Your Own) - Jack Cook s2e8.00519e - The Four Horseman - Metallica s2e9.00451e - The Way We Were - Barbra Streisand s2e9.00541e - I Do Believe (I Fell in Love) - Donna Summer s2e9.04450e - Rare Bird (Live) - Tangerine Dream s2e9.04847e - Love is a Battlefield - Pat Benatar s2e9.04940s - Twist of Fate - Olivia Newton-John s2e9.05105s - Time After Time - Cyndi Lauper s2e9.05606s - Every Breath You Take - The Police s3e1.00607s - Never Surrender - Corey Hart s3e1.01313e - Open the Door - Gentlemen Afterdark s3e1.01709e - Rock This Town - Stray Cats s3e1.01745s - Moving In Stereo - The Cars s3e1.01929e - The Touch of You - Andrea Litkei and Ervin Litkei s3e1.02138s - Workin' for a Livin' - Huey Lewis and The News s3e1.02646s - She's Got You - Patsy Cline s3e1.03050e - Hot Blooded - Foreigner s3e1.03157e - Italian Gigolo - Vincenzo Salvia s3e1.03714s - Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon s3e1.04411e - (I Just) Died in Your Arms - Cutting Crew s3e2.00526s - You Don't Mess Around With Jim - Jim Croce s3e2.00902e - Get Up and Go - The Go-Go's s3e2.01229e - Gunpoint Affection - Black Market Baby s3e2.01454e - Matter of Love - Altitude Music s3e2.01931e - Ballroom Foxtrot - John Leighton s3e2.02629e - Too Late for Tears - Geronimo and the Apaches s3e2.02656s - My Bologna - Weird Al Yankovic s3e2.02801e - Beautiful, Lovable - Billy Munn s3e2.03232s - Material Girl - Madonna s3e2.03714s - Cold As Ice - Foreigner s3e3.00006e - Angel - Madonna s3e3.00303e - Phone to Phone - Life By Night s3e3.00355s - Lovergirl - Teena Marie s3e3.00741e - The Pod Dance - Trevor Jones s3e3.01458e - All Your Reasons Why - Smart Remarks s3e3.01721s - Things Can Only Get Better - Howard Jones s3e3.02228e - Place In My Heart - Brian Page s3e3.02811s - Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - Wham s3e3.04221e - Is It a Sin - Al Anthony s3e3.04516e - American Pie - Don Mclean s3e4.04830s - We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynn s3e5.02338e - Strike Zone - Loverboy s3e5.03236e - Boogie Man - Sid Phillips and His Melodians s3e5.03857e - In Our Hideaway - Valentino s3e6.00631e - Stand Up And Meet Your Brother - Possum River s3e6.01132e - The Wild Ride - Danny Elfman s3e6.01314s - Neutron Dance - The Pointer Sisters s3e6.04406e - Stairway Chase - Danny Elfman s3e6.05306e - Confrontation and Rescue 1896 Satyagraha Act II Tagore Scene 1 (edit) - Philip Glass s3e7.00010s - R.O.C.K. In the U.S.A. (A Salute To 60's Rock) - John Mellencamp s3e8.00735e - Goldrush II 12in Mix - Yello s3e8.01315e - (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher - Jackie Wilson s3e8.03514s - Never Ending Story - Dustin and Suzie s3e8.05654e - When You See Me - Hurricane Express s3e8.10608e - Deep - Peter Sandberg

SPOILERS - season/episode.HMMSSx - title - artist # comment on when the song is heard

s1e1.01615e - Can't Seem to Make You Mine - The Seeds # Hopper walks into the Hawkins Police Department and chats with his officers, then is informed of Will Byers being missing s1e1.02139e - She Has Funny Cars - Jefferson Airplane # Eleven sneaks into Benny's Burgers to find some food s1e1.02647e - I Shall Not Care - Pearls Before Swine # Benny makes burgers and sits down to talk with Eleven s1e1.02855e - Jenny May - Trader Horne # Eleven makes noisy the fan stop at the diner s1e1.03810e - Every Little Bit - Jackie James and Ian Curnow # Nancy is studying in her bedroom as Steve climbs up to her window s1e1.03844e - White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane # Heard on the radio when agents come to Benny's Burgers to capture Eleven s1e1.04106s - Africa - Toto # Steve helps Nancy with her homework and things get heated s1e2.01630e - Go Nowhere - Reagan Youth # Jonathan listens to music while starting his drive to Lonnie's place s1e2.01639s - Should I Stay Or Should I Go - The Clash # Jonathan hears this song as he drives, remembering when he and Will listened to the song together. Later, Joyce finds the stereo playing it in Will's room. s1e2.02736e - I'm Taking Off (Shield Your Eyes) - Space Knife # Jonathan shoves past Cynthia and searches Lonnie's house for Will s1e2.03252e - Body Language - Alexander Baker and Clair Marlo # Over the phone, Nancy and Barb make plans to sneak off to Steve's party s1e2.03708e - Tie A Yellow Ribbon - Brotherhood Of Man # Nancy has Barb pull her car over, then Barb tries to convince her that the party is just Steve's attempt to have sex with her s1e2.03823e - Raise A Little Hell - Trooper # Steve opens the front door, letting the girls in s1e2.04312e - I Melt With You - Modern English # Music playing at Steve's pool party s1e2.05236s - Hazy Shade Of Winter - The Bangles # Nancy makes out with Steve while Barbara is taken by the Monster - plays into end credits s1e3.00041e - Waiting for a Girl Like You - Foreigner # First song as Nancy loses her virginity with Steve s1e3.04708s - Heroes - Peter Gabriel # Hopper and the kids find out what has been discovered at the quarry s1e4.00348s - Atmosphere - Joy Division # First song after Chief Hopper finishes informing Joyce about the discovery at the quarry s1e4.03357e - Color Dreams - The Deep # Hopper buys O'Bannon a beer, before questioning him about the discovery at the quarry s1e5.01102s - Elegia - New Order # Instrumental music on the morning of Will's funeral s1e5.01459e - Green Desert (edit) - Tangerine Dream # Hopper tears apart his trailer looking for listening devices - 10m45s edit of 19m33s original s1e5.05027s - Nocturnal Me - Echo and The Bunnymen # Jonathan tries to find Nancy and it plays into end credits s1e6.00331s - Corey Hart - Sunglasses At Night # Steve sneaks up to Nancy's bedroom window but sees her sitting on the bed with Jonathan s1e6.01624e - I See the Future - Andrew Pinching # Karen opens Nancy's bedroom door to find music blaring and the room empty - Karen opens Nancy's bedroom door to find music blaring and the room empty s1e6.01907e - Happy Jose - Kookie Freeman # Song playing inside the grocery store as Eleven steals Eggos s1e6.02815e - The Bargain Store - Dolly Parton # Nancy and Jonathan go to the store to buy monster hunting supplies s1e6.03223e - Exit - Tangerine Dream # Steve and Jonathan fight in the alley s1e7.02224e - Fields of Coral - Vangelis # Nancy asks about Eleven's dress then the kids explain The Upside Down to everyone s1e8.03656e - Horizon (Warsaw Gate Mix) - Tangerine Dream # Hopper coaching Joyce on pacing her breathing as he flashbacks to his daughter's first signs of cancer s1e8.03656e - When It's Cold I'd Like to Die - Moby # The boys call out for Eleven after she disappears with the Demogorgon and Will is brought back to life in the Upside Down s2e1.00610s - Whip It - Devo # The boys arrive at the arcade s2e1.00925e - Just Another Day - Oingo Boingo # The boys walk back into the arcade and the new day starts as Chief Hopper arrives at the police station s2e1.01210s - Talking in Your Sleep - The Romantics # Hopper walks out on Murray then Steve and Nancy talk in the car about his application essay s2e1.01356s - Rock You Like a Hurricane - Scorpions # Steve and Nancy are interrupted by Billy's grand entrance at school s2e1.01558e - Spookie Movies - Gary Paxton # The boys watch Max sit down in class and Bob arrives at Melvald's General Store s2e1.04005e - Every Other Girl - Prehistoric Wolves # At Hawkins Lab the main technician is bouncing a stress ball before the console alarms go off s2e2.01031e - Ghostbusters (Instrumental) - Ray Parker Jr # The boys are getting dressed up for Halloween as their families take photos s2e2.02509e - Wango Tango - Ted Nugent # Billy drives Max home and complains about having to move to Hawkins s2e2.02925e - Blackout - Swing Set # Jonathan drives Will to meet his friends as they discuss Bob and their mom's over-protectiveness s2e2.03042e - Shout at the Devil - Motley Crue # Steve, Nancy and Billy at the Halloween party s2e2.03223e - Islands in the Stream - Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton # Bob and Joyce dance around her living room s2e2.03820e - Monster Mash - Bobby Boris Pickett # El remembers taking the food in the forest Hop left for her and the boys and Max go trick-or-treating s2e2.04116s - Girls On Film - Duran Duran # The trick-or-treating group breaks up and Jonathan arrives at the Halloween Party s2e2.04540e - Outside the Realm - Big Giant Circles # Mike tells Will it feels like Eleven is still around, Jonathan drives Nancy home and tucks her into bed, Hop rushes home late and knocks on the door s2e2.05242e - Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr # Dustin peers inside the trashcan and explaims "Holy Sh.." and is cut off by the end credits s2e3.00852e - Whistle On the River - The Mercey Brothers # Dustin grabs his pile of library books and makes a run for it then Bob drives Will to school and he tells him about a nightmare he had as a kid s2e3.01604s - You Don't Mess Around with Jim - Jim Croce # Flashback to Hopper playing a record for Eleven then a montage of them cleaning up the cabin and learning to use the radio for Morse code messages s2e3.01901e - Go! - Tones On Tail # Eleven leaves the cabin; Steve and Billy wrestle on the basketball court; Nancy shows up at the gym to confront Steve s2e3.02716s - The Ghost in You - The Psychedelic Furs # Jonathan tells Nancy how he ended up taking her home from the party then they talk about how things have changed since Will disappeared s2e3.02849e - Clean Cut American Kid - Ill Repute # While Nancy and Jonathan talk, a classmate starts listening to music on his walkman s2e3.03144e - Cookin - Al Casey Combo # Joyce phones Bob at Radioshack for help with playing his video camera s2e3.03713e - How I Feel About You - Jumpstreet # As Nancy and Jonathan head to her room, Karen Wheeler stops them to say hi s2e4.01015e - This Is Radio Clash - The Clash # After telling her mom she's staying at Stacey's overnight, Nancy heads outside to join Jonathan s2e4.01619e - Scarface (Push It To the Limit) - Paul Engemann # Hopper starts his truck after getting a message about Joyce's many calls; Billy gives Steve advice on holding his ground on the court s2e4.03308e - The Growing - The Haxan Cloak # Billy grabs Maxs arm and tells her to stay away from Lucas then Hopper heads out into the pumpkin field and starts digging s2e5.00552e - Try My Love - Carroll Lloyd # Nancy and Jonathan check into a motel s2e5.01103e - You Ought To Be With Me - Carl Weathers # The Sinclair family sits down for breakfast and Lucas asks his father what he does when his mom is mad at him s2e5.01518e - Green, Green Grass of Home - Bobby Bare # Eleven catches a ride with a semi trucker to visit her mother s2e5.01810e - Can I Do What I Want - Shock Therapy # Nancy and Jonathan arrive at Murray's Warehouse s2e5.02029e - Metal Sport - Hittman # Billy drops Max at the arcade and tells her to be out in an hour s2e5.02048e - Darling Don't Leave Me - Robert Gorl # Max is shown into the backroom of the arcade where Lucas is waiting for her s2e5.03727e - When the Sun Goes Down - The Jetzons # Lucas finishes telling Max about everything and then follows her through the arcade trying to convince her s2e5.03943e - Strength in Numbers - Channel 3 # Max says goodbye to Lucas since Billy arrived to pick her up then Billy questions her about hanging out with Lucas s2e5.04143e - No More - Billie Holiday # Murray puts on a record to help him think about Nancy and Jonathan's revelations s2e5.04939e - Open the Kingdom (Liquid Days Part Two) - Philip Glass # Rapid flashback montage of what happened to Terry Ives s2e6.00052e - Hammer to Fall - Queen # Steve questions Dustin about Dart as he drives him home then takes out the nail-bat s2e6.00717e - There Is Frost On the Moon - Artie Shaw and His Orchestra # Murray, Nancy and Jonathan have a drink to celebrate finishing their mailing campaign then Murray questions Nancy and Jonathan's claim that they are not a couple s2e6.00944e - You Better Go Now - Billie Holiday # Nancy and Jonathan contemplate Murray's words then end up meeting in the living room to express how they don't believe what Murray said s2e6.01658e - Blue Bayou - Roy Orbison # Murray cooks breakfast for Nancy and Jonathan then asks an awkward question on how Jonathan slept s2e6.01854e - Round and Round - Ratt # As Billy pumps iron he tells Max to answer the door, later Max lies to Billy about who was at the door s2e7.00631s - Runaway - Bon Jovi # Eleven gets off a bus in Chicago to look for the girl from Hawkins Lab she's seen in her mom's papers and the Void s2e7.01625s - Back To Nature - Fad Gadget # Kali properly introduces Eleven to her crew s2e7.02128e - The Bank Robbery - John Carpenter # Kali shows Eleven their information board and Eleven recognizes Ray and uses her powers to track his location s2e7.02313e - Dead End Justice - The Runaways # Kali's crew agrees to go after Ray then a montage of the group preparing for their mission then stopping at a supermarket to stock up s2e7.04202e - Whisper to a Scream (Birds Fly) - The Icicle Works # Eleven tells the lady on the bus that she's going home then the end credits play s2e8.00503e - The Love You Save (May Be Your Own) - Jack Cook # Max's mom and step-father arrive home in a pick-up truck s2e8.00519e - The Four Horseman - Metallica # Billy listens to music while smoking and getting ready for his date then his father and step-mum enter his room concerned for Max's whereabouts s2e9.00451e - The Way We Were - Barbra Streisand # Karen is taking a bath when the doorbell rings and Ted is asleep and doesn't wake up after Karen calls for him to go to the door s2e9.00541e - I Do Believe (I Fell in Love) - Donna Summer # Karen opens the door and meets Billy looking for his sister then he comes in flirting with her the whole time s2e9.04450e - Rare Bird (Live) - Tangerine Dream # Murray watches the military leave Hawkins Lab, Barb finally has a funeral, Hopper walks into a restaurant and meets Sam Owens s2e9.04847e - Love is a Battlefield - Pat Benatar # Dustin finishs his hair prep then Steve drops him off at the Snow Ball s2e9.04940s - Twist of Fate - Olivia Newton-John # Dustin enters the school gym and looks around at the Snow Ball dance s2e9.05105s - Time After Time - Cyndi Lauper # Lucas awkwardly asks Max to dance, a girl asks "zombie-boy" Will to dance, Dustin asks several girls but he's rejected then Nancy sees Dustin sitting forlorn and kindly dances with him s2e9.05606s - Every Breath You Take - The Police # Hopper holds a grieving Joyce in the parking lot as Mike sits alone when Eleven walks into the gym and they see each other and dance s3e1.00607s - Never Surrender - Corey Hart # El and Mike are kissing on her bed and Mike starts singing along to the tape despite El's objections s3e1.01313e - Open the Door - Gentlemen Afterdark # Nancy and Jonathan wake up late and rush to work; Joyce and Will have breakfast and the magnets fall off the fridge; Nancy urges Jonathan to drive faster; Dustin tries to contact his friends as he arrives back home s3e1.01709e - Rock This Town - Stray Cats # Justine hair sprays Lucas in the face then we see the citizens of Hawkins enjoying the public swimming pool s3e1.01745s - Moving In Stereo - The Cars # Billy's fan-women watch as Heather leaves and Billy starts his lifeguard shift then pauses to yell at a kid for running s3e1.01929e - The Touch of You - Andrea Litkei and Ervin Litkei # Hopper goes into Melvald's to visit Joyce and vent about El and Mike s3e1.02138s - Workin' for a Livin' - Huey Lewis and The News # Joyce helps Hopper with parenting as Nancy rushes by Melvald's back to her office to deliver everyone's lunches s3e1.02646s - She's Got You - Patsy Cline # Joyce talks Hopper through the talk he plans to give El, then turns down his invitation to dinner s3e1.03050e - Hot Blooded - Foreigner # Billy admires Mrs Wheeler's swimming then compliments her after she gets out of the pool s3e1.03157e - Italian Gigolo - Vincenzo Salvia # Billy very suggestively offers to teach Mrs Wheeler "all the styles" including the breast stroke s3e1.03714s - Can't Fight This Feeling - REO Speedwagon # El and Mike make out in her bedroom while Hopper clutches a pillow and practices his speech before going to talk to the kids s3e1.04411e - (I Just) Died in Your Arms - Cutting Crew # Mrs Wheeler gets ready for her appointment with Billy s3e2.00526s - You Don't Mess Around With Jim - Jim Croce # Hopper gleefully sings along with his car radio as he drives to Melvald's General Store s3e2.00902e - Get Up and Go - The Go-Go's # Nancy drags Jonathan off to investigate the rats followed by a Starcourt Mall montage s3e2.01229e - Gunpoint Affection - Black Market Baby # Dustin pulls out his Russian translation book then Max practices a skateboard trick as El arrives to get advice about Mike s3e2.01454e - Matter of Love - Altitude Music # Heather lifeguards the pool while Billy's fan-women complain about her then Mrs Wheeler sees Billy heading inside and she goes after him s3e2.01931e - Ballroom Foxtrot - John Leighton # Mrs Driscol leads Nancy and Jonathan into her basement so they can investigate s3e2.02629e - Too Late for Tears - Geronimo and the Apaches # Joyce tries to learn about magnets from a stack of university electromagnetism textbooks s3e2.02656s - My Bologna - Weird Al Yankovic # Joyce rings Mr Clarke's doorbell while he is painting miniatures then the garage door opens and they meet s3e2.02801e - Beautiful, Lovable - Billy Munn # Nancy makes calls inquiring about rabid rats and Mrs Driscol offers Nancy a glass of fresh-squeezed lemonade s3e2.03232s - Material Girl - Madonna # Max helps El shop for clothes; the boys look for an apology gift; El and Max have their picture taken and get sticky revenge on the girl who laughed at them and rejected Dustin s3e2.03714s - Cold As Ice - Foreigner # "I dump your ass!" leaves Mike stunned and confused while El and Max get on the bus laughing and high-fiving then Hopper arrests a protester s3e3.00006e - Angel - Madonna # Max dances around to music as El looks through a teen magazine in El's room s3e3.00303e - Phone to Phone - Life By Night # Drunk Hopper returns home and bursts into El's room but only finds El and Max reading magazines and no Mike s3e3.00355s - Lovergirl - Teena Marie # Hopper is happy that Mike is not with El while Max and El Spin the Bottle to determine who El should look at in The Void s3e3.00741e - The Pod Dance - Trevor Jones # Will wakes up Lucas and Mike with music as he tries to get them to play D s3e3.01458e - All Your Reasons Why - Smart Remarks # In the Hawkins Post darkroom, Jonathan and Nancy review his rat pictures and talk s3e3.01721s - Things Can Only Get Better - Howard Jones # Steve and Dustin spy on people around the mall looking for Russians s3e3.02228e - Place In My Heart - Brian Page # El and Max ask the pool manager about Heather's whereabouts then El sees Heather's photo on a bulletin board s3e3.02811s - Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - Wham # Steve and Dustin discover their suspected Russian is a Jazzercize instructor s3e3.04221e - Is It a Sin - Al Anthony # El and Max enter Heather's house and finds Billy eating dinner with Heather's parents s3e3.04516e - American Pie - Don Mclean # After the girls leave, Billy sits back down at the table with Heather and her parents; Janet passes out, then Heather knocks out her father; end credits s3e4.04830s - We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynn # Billy runs away and the kids stare at him through the hole in the wall; Heather reassures Billy as they look over the rest of the Mind Flayer's minions; end credits s3e5.02338e - Strike Zone - Loverboy # Hopper buys snacks and smokes then watches as Todd pulls up to the gas pumps in a convertible s3e5.03236e - Boogie Man - Sid Phillips and His Melodians # Murray uses a metal detector on Alexei and argues with Hopper s3e5.03857e - In Our Hideaway - Valentino # Nancy and Jonathan apologize to each other as they take an elevator up to Mrs Driscoll's hospital room s3e6.00631e - Stand Up And Meet Your Brother - Possum River # Mayor Kline oversees the set-up of the July 4th Fun Fair s3e6.01132e - The Wild Ride - Danny Elfman # Hopper roughly throws Alexei outside and tells him to get his own cherry slurpie s3e6.01314s - Neutron Dance - The Pointer Sisters # Alexi starts to drive off in the yellow convertible s3e6.04406e - Stairway Chase - Danny Elfman # Joyce calls back their government contact to express how urgent the situation is in Hawkins s3e6.05306e - Confrontation and Rescue 1896 Satyagraha Act II Tagore Scene 1 (edit) - Philip Glass # Billy informs El that now all The Flayed can see where she is and that she's responsible for letting them in; The Flayed gather at Brimborn Steel Works and meld with The Mind Flayer; End credits s3e7.00010s - R.O.C.K. In the U.S.A. (A Salute To 60's Rock) - John Mellencamp # Montage of people at the Mayor's July 4th Fun Fair s3e8.00735e - Goldrush II 12in Mix - Yello # Steve drives the Cadillac with Dustin, Robin and Erica to the Cerebro radio tower s3e8.01315e - (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher - Jackie Wilson # Murry complains to Jim about killing the four Russians and the Scoops Troop talks as they drive to Dustin's Cerebro radio tower s3e8.03514s - Never Ending Story - Dustin and Suzie # Suzie forces Dustin to sing with her over the radio so she will provide Plank's constant s3e8.05654e - When You See Me - Hurricane Express # Robin and Steve apply for jobs at the video store and Robin tries to convince Keith to also hire Steve s3e8.10608e - Deep - Peter Sandberg # Eleven reads Hopper's letter and the kids part ways
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2019.07.07 18:59 Ghost-Quartet Musical Theatre As A Genre: Cast Recordings For Pop Fans

Introduction:

I am #qualified to make this post because I got a degree in musical theatre. Gotta use it for something! Also, uh, I'm sorry this post is so long! Words are only way I can see to express how good all this stuff is so I needed a lot of them!
This post is a collection of cast recordings of musicals that I think are of interest pop fans, taking a scattershot approach to provide a rough "sample platter" of the genre. Now, for those of you who don't know, a "cast recording" is a studio recording (usually) of the cast and crew of a musical performing songs from the show. This is basically its own genre at this point, there are labels and awards dedicated specifically to cast recordings, but strangely I don't see a lot of people talking about them?
Despite the fact that several movie musical soundtracks have made major waves the past few years (Greatest Showman, A Star Is Born, Mamma Mia 2, etc.) I don't think a lot of pop fans have really started to embrace cast albums yet. It’s a huge blind spot in the list of pop-adjacent genres that people pay attention to, and with this post I hope I can change that for some of you. I think all pop fans are musical fans, they just don’t know it yet. Musicals really check off all the boxes that people are looking for in a good pop album.
You want vocals? Everyone here has extensive training. You want production? There’s a full orchestra. You want emotions? These are ACTORS baby! You want catchy melodies, well-written lyrics, and a cohesive listening experience? There’s literally a plot and characters. It’s all there.
Also, let's clear up some misconceptions about musicals first:
There are some strange quirks to showtunes like dialogue on the track, lots of reprises, sometimes unusual voices, wildly varying track lengths, but I think these just lend to the charm. Like any other genre it can be a bit jarring at first but try to enjoy the experience on its own terms. I don't expect this post to turn anyone into a musical theatre aficionado but it never hurts to broaden your horizons a little bit.

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I decided against doing a history and a “must listens” list because… well because I didn’t think it was as fun. It's like if you asked someone how to get into pop music and they handed you a bunch of Elvis, Barbra Streisand, and then To Pimp A Butterfly. They’re definitely good and you should listen to them, but when you take the route of starting with the classics and the game changers you miss out on a lot of the good stuff in between. You’d miss out on the Emotions of the pop world, the gems that aren’t necessarily “important” enough to get a mention.
Rather than getting too academic up front, I picked this list to show how cool musical theatre can be! These aren’t necessarily the best or the “must know” musicals (I intentionally avoided putting a lot of big name shows on here) but rather musicals that are easy for anyone to pick up and have a good time with. I know people have a lot of preconceptions about how musicals sound and what they’re like so I’ve tried to bring out some diverse offerings. No matter what your experience with or relationship to theatre is, I think that somewhere in this post there’s something for you.
I ended up structuring this post into three sections, five(ish) musicals each:
  • Section one are musicals that I think the average music listener can easily connect with. They’re mostly based off of easily identifiable properties and are very happy. If you want the poppiest experience possible, check out these.
  • Section two are musicals that lean a bit more into a “theatrical” sound but are still easy to get a hold of. The shows ask a little bit more from you but you’ll get a little bit more out if they do click. Check it out if you have slightly more alternative tastes.
  • Section three are shows that are fully, gloriously weird. These might be the most alienating if you aren’t sure of what you’re getting into but they’re incredibly rewarding. They’re also generally darker. Be adventurous!
Check out all of the sections though! Obviously these lines aren’t hard and fast, they’re just based off of my experience with showing musicals to other people. Also please note that this list is subjective to my tastes, which are admittedly a little odd. I limited myself to avoid having too many picks and there are plenty of great shows out there. If you know about them, comment them or make a post! I also limited myself to just musicals that are on Spotify for the “headlining” shows but note that the some of the “try this” suggestions might not be on there.

Section One - The Easily Accessible:

Legally Blonde: The Musical: Listen Here / Watch Here

I honestly like this musical better than the movie. While your enjoyment of this might be enhanced if you’ve seen the original film, it also stands on its own as an enjoyable experience. They did not half-ass this adaptation, not only is this a shockingly well written show the cast and production on this cast recording are flawless. If nothing else, listen to this album because the orchestra is amazing, pay close attention to what they’re doing because it’s incredible.
More than any other show here this show is “bubblegum.” The relentless verve of Elle Woods leaks into the music, and like Elle Woods there’s a surprising intelligence lurking beneath all the pink. Though it might seem silly at first the lyricism and musicality of this show are razor sharp, if you’re willing to put your preconceptions aside there’s a lot of mileage in this album. Plus, thanks to the show being recorded live by MTV you can watch it!
What this show demonstrates: Don’t write off a show just because it’s an adaptation.
Try if you’re looking for: Feel-good girly fun with heart.
Sample Songs:
  • “So Much Better” - The thrilling power pop song that closes act one. Listen to that trumpet!
  • “Omigod You Guys” - The delightfully silly opening number. It's amazing seeing a smart writer's interpretation of dumb and ditzy.
  • “Legally Blonde - Remix” - First off, the strings. This song is absolutely absurd and throws everything in the kitchen sink at you and it works.
If you liked this, try: Wicked / Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown / Little Shop Of Horrors

Sister Act: The Musical: Listen Here

I myself am not Christian but when I was in high school I almost converted because of how good this show is. An adaptation of the classic Whoopi Goldberg film, this musical resets the story to the 1970s in order to give the songs a disco twist. And I know how much /popheads loves disco! If you can get past the religious themes of a lot of the songs (it’s a lot of very general, tongue in cheek stuff) you’ll be treated to a score overflowing with energy, harmonies, and funk.
As extra incentive the score is by Alan Menken, who’s responsible for many beloved Disney movies, so the music has that special flair to it. Fun fact: Raven Symone did a stint in this show on Broadway.
What this show demonstrates: Musicals can contain pop bops.
Try it if you’re looking for: High energy pop songs with lots of replay value.
Sample Songs:
If you liked this, try: Wonderland / Hairspray / The Wiz

Bend It Like Beckham: The Musical: Listen Here

One of the best musicals of the decade, and I’ll defend that statement. This adaptation was produced and co-written by the people who made the original film, and it’s done rather tastefully. Adding music to the story really allows them to up the stakes and bring the audience in on what the characters are feeling. The score cleverly utilizes two dueling sound pallets: traditional Indian music for Jess and her family and more modern pop music for the Harriers and other characters, and then they add in the composer’s experience with writing choral music to blend these sounds to amazing results!
Through the power of music they’re able to grant weight to the euphoria of football and the magnitude of Indian tradition, and it sounds magnificent. When the characters all take to the stage and battle it out vocally during the huge musical centerpieces and all of the voices start to blend and melodies start to layer and the orchestra swells… that’s the power of good theatre.
What this show demonstrates: Don’t be put off by track length, sometimes long tracks are the best ones.
Try this if you’re looking for: Harmonies and tracks that feel epic and exciting.
Sample Songs:
  • “UB2” - The song is a little odd but packed with great musical sections.
  • “Glorious” - An inspirational pop song with lovely harmonies.
  • “The Wedding & Football Final” - I'm spoiling the climax of the show here but listen to all of those harmonies, that counterpoint, it's absolutely thrilling!
If you like this, try: Come From Away / Children Of Eden / The Twelfth Night

Dreamgirls: West End Recording (recommended) / Concert Recording / Original Broadway Recording / Film Recording

This show is legendary, period. You’ve probably all heard “And I Am Telling You” so I won’t mention it (if you haven’t stop reading this and go watch Jennifer Holliday’s performance NOW!) but have you ever actually listened to this show? Not just the movie soundtrack, but a cast recording of the show, because there’s so much more than just that one song.
This should be of special interest to popheads because it’s a story about show business, and more specifically, of girl group drama. It’s actually a fascinating behind the scenes glimpse at the music industry, and the music speaks for itself. The show wears its Motown influences on its sleeve but there’s a lot of different genres in there, and the show is packed to the brim with fantastic group numbers and some unforgettable diva songs.
What this show demonstrates: The power of different cast recordings and hearing different takes on the same songs.
Try if you’re looking for: Vocals and more Motown/soul influenced music.
Sample Songs:
If you like this, try: Smokey Joe’s Cafe / The Life / Aida

The Drowsy Chaperone: Listen Here

A parody/deconstruction of the classic musical comedy, this is a show about a man listening to the cast album of his favorite musical and imaging what it was like in its head, running commentary with the audience throughout. He's literally me. He snarks about the show as it goes on but his passion for this silly piece of fluff is endearing; in essence this show is the musical theatre equivalent of poptimism.
This is a show that toys with our preconceptions of what a musical is, tears them apart, and then lovingly reassembles them. It does all of this with humor and charm for days. It’s just good, clean fun guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Even if you don’t like musicals, try to listen to the finale of this show and not feel a little something. You can’t!
What this show demonstrates: Musicals are fun!
Try it if you’re looking for: Something light and stereotypically “theatre.”
Sample Songs:
If you liked this, try: Ruthless! / Snoopy!!! / Thoroughly Modern Millie

Section Two - A Little Bit More Theatrical:

Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical: Listen Here

This show is an adaptation of the infamous 1936 anti-marijuana propaganda film Reefer Madness. Sort of. In actuality it’s a parody of anti-drug sentiments, propaganda, and sensationalist journalism, taking the already over the top narrative that the original film pushed and shoving it to ridiculously campy proportions. Featuring violence, sexual depravity, and a cameo appearance from Jesus, this show never met a line it didn't want to cross. Overall it’s a good time with a fun message that's growing ever more poignant.
I picked it for this list because the score is wall to wall bops. It’s a show where every single song is a showstopper and sounds like Elton John on crack. The music is over the top and melodramatic in the best way, there's a ton of power in all of these songs and I guarantee you you'll get at least one of them stuck in your head. Track down the movie musical adaptation and watch it, it’s a great time.
What this show demonstrates: Musicals can be funny and edgy.
Try if you’re looking for: Catchy, high energy with big production.
Sample Songs:
If you liked this, try: The Toxic Avenger / Heathers: The Musical / The Fix

Hedwig and the Angry Inch: Original Recording (Recommended) / Film Soundtrack / Revival Recording

This piece was born and bred in actual punk clubs, where writestar John Cameron Mitchell would perform in progress pieces until this story and this show finally took shape. He creates the character of Hedwig, a washed up genderqueer rocker playing a show in a dingy club and unfolding her life story to the audience over course of the evening. Her fascinating life story is punctuated by her songs, which set Hedwig’s fascinating worldview and wicked sense of humor to some amazing rock songs.
If you’re at all interested in any blend of rock or alternative music, absolutely check this one out. This is foot stomping, lighters in the air music. Hedwig may not be a real artist but based off this show alone she should earn herself a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. If you’re a pure popheads, don’t be put off by the fact that this is a rock musical! I don’t know much about rock music and I wouldn’t really describe myself as a fan of it but the music here is top notch. It’s an absolutely fascinating character study and an even better album. Also a great film, watch that.
What this show demonstrates: Musicals can rock.
Try if you’re looking for: Edgy, emo songs with real rock flavor.
Sample Songs:
If you liked this, try: I’m Getting My Act Together And Taking It On The Road / The Medea Cycle / Elegies for Angels, Punks, And Raging Queens

Once On This Island: Original Cast Recording / Revival Cast Recording

This is a musical that makes me cry every time I reach the end, which isn’t easy to do. An adaptation of The Little Mermaid that resets the story to Haiti, this is a story about a young woman who sacrifices everything for love and brings even the gods to their knees. They will make you fall in love with this girl, and then they will rip your heart out. The story has a very important message, touching on themes of colorism and the class struggle, but more than that it’s just a great piece of storytelling.
The music has a delightful Caribbean vibe to it, there’s an entire world within this show. All of the different personalities of the different characters give the music a lot of unique flavors and the ensemble are just as much a player in this story as the named characters are. This show touches on intensity and tenderness equally well, sometimes even at the same time. There are two recordings of this one, and for once I can recommend both of them to you equally!
What this show demonstrates: Musicals can pull at your heartstrings.
Try if you’re looking for: A classic story with fun music.
Sample Songs:
If you liked this, try: The Light Princess / Side Show / Hands On A Hardbody

The Will Rogers Follies: Listen Here / Watch Here

I had a friend who described this show as “a smile onstage” and you know what? He was right. This show is about the life of Will Rogers, a hugely popular American entertainer in the early 20th century, from his birth on a Cherokee reservation all the way through his untimely death in a tragic plane crash. However there’s a twist: the show is reimagined as a self-aware follies show. For those unfamiliar follies were an old form of stage entertainment where acts would be cobbled together into a variety show, sometimes with a loose structure, and this narrative device allows the show to take a lot of delightful twists and turns.
This is pure show business magic, in addition to being just a nice show overall it’s a neat sendup to that classic Americana sound. Even if you don’t think you like this sound the show makes a very strong case for it, as the strings hum along and the timpani tinkles you’ll wonder how this stuff ever went away! It’s a show overflowing with the good old folksy charm that made Will Rogers himself famous; even if you didn’t know who was when you started the show I guarantee you you’ll be missing him by the end.
What this show demonstrates: Musicals can be charming as hell.
Try if you’re looking for: Good, clean fun. Something you could play for grandma.
Sample Songs:
If you liked this, try: La Cage Aux Folles / She Loves Me / Grey Gardens

City of Angels: Listen Here

I had trouble explaining the appeal of this show so instead I’m just going to link you the opening number because that, and the cover art should tell you all you need to know about what kind of show this is. The show is a sendup to film noir, telling the dual stories of a writer struggling to write a hit film and the detective story he’s trying to tell.
I just need to stress that it’s really, really good. The lyrics are some of the sharpest you’ll ever hear in a musical and composer Cy Coleman (who also did The Will Rogers Follies) brings his A-game here. He recreates that smoky, sexy 1940s sound in a way that only the man who wrote the theme for Playboy After Dark could. I was obsessed with this show as a kid, and if you give it a listen you’ll understand why.
What this show demonstrates: Musicals can be cool.
Try if you're looking for: Born To Die era Lana, Bond themes
Sample Songs:
Try if you’re looking for: Something that feels intelligent and mature without being too heavy.
If you liked this, try: Steel Pier / The Witches Of Eastwick / Chicago

Section Three - I’m Ready For Something Weird:

Natasha, Pierre, & the Great Comet of 1812: Broadway Recording (Recommended) / Original Recording

Starting this section off strong with this, an electro pop opera based off a small section of War and Peace. This is an appropriately strange origin for this show, which despite its strange roots emerges as one of the most fresh and exciting musicals of the 21st century, and an absolute must listen. This show has bangers. Straight up bangers. The rampaging energy of the group sections, with their claustrophobic background vocals and clashing instrumentation, contrasts nicely with the more pensive solo numbers. This is all conveyed to us through an eclectic mix of Russian instruments and harsh electronic sounds, buoyed up by the stunning vocals of the cast.
There are two recordings of this show, the original off-Broadway recording and the Broadway recording. I’m personally partial to the original recording because I think it has better energy but both are good and they made some changes (including an additional song) for the Broadway version so I’ll recommend that. Plus Josh Groban plays Pierre, which is neat.
What this show demonstrates: Musicals can handle modern sounds.
Try if you’re looking for: Electronic sounds and something that feels very fresh.
Sample Songs:
  • “No One Else” - A touching piano based solo number that will yank at your heartstrings. The innocence...
  • “Charming” - A BOP. I used to listen to this once a day.
  • “A Call To Pierre” - This is that crazy electronic shit I was talking about! It's great! Listen to those claustrophobic background vocals!
If you liked this, try: Venice / The Dolls Of New Albion / Ghost Quartet

Nine: Revival Recording (Recommended) / Original Recording / Movie Soundtrack (Also recommended)

This show is a popheads dream: there’s literally only one man in it. This show opens with a gorgeous vocal overture that introduces us to not just the musical motifs of the show but one of the major themes as well, which is one man trapped within a spiraling nautilus shell of women. It’s also a show positively overflowing with music, these songs feel incredibly full. This is a complex score with a lot of layers to it.
The icy music is refined and cerebral but it drips with loneliness; there’s always a hint of darkness lurking just beneath the surface hiding within the epic instrumentals and harmonies. Although this is a lot more challengingly “theatrical” than some of the other shows on this list if you’re willing to give it a chance it delivers nothing but quality. Note that the musical and the movie are VERY different, but both have great soundtracks.
What this show demonstrates: Modern sounding musicals aren’t always better.
Try if you’re looking for: Something cool, lush, and theatrical.
Sample Songs:
If you liked this, try: Follies / The Secret Garden / Kiss of the Spider Woman

The Wild Party: Listen Here

There are two shows called The Wild Party that came out the same year, this is the good one. Set in the 1920s this show is about, as the title suggests, a wild party where sex, drugs, and booze run wild and cause the evening to end in tragedy. Though the show centers around a central love square (like a love triangle, but there’s four of them) there’s actually a ton of characters. Basically every single one of the fifteen characters in this piece gets a full story arc, though it’s pretty easy to follow because most of them are only in one or two scenes. I rank it as “difficult to approach” because of the sprawling nature of it but I find it a pretty fun musical to listen to because it’s so dripping in different personalities.
These party guests are some real wild characters and they all bring something different to the table. Some are funny, some are sexy, some are bad bitches, some carefree, some are angry, but as the evening wears on they all start to unravel. As you listen through this album you’re treated to all different kinds of sides of people to connect with, which means it’s very engaging. Because the show is set in the jazz age the music is heavily inspired by that, but like the characters they find a lot of depth and variation in this aesthetic, and the results are every bit as wild and thrilling as the party it portrays.
What this musical demonstrates: Musicals can be dark and sexy.
Listen if you’re looking for: An aggressive, sultry experience.
Sample Songs:
  • “Black Is A Moocher” - Listen to the way she cycles through pensive, horny, frustrated, angry, and ferocious over the course of this short song.
  • “People Like Us” - An amazing duet with crushingly relatable lyrics. They sang this on Riverdale for some reason.
  • “When It Ends” - Shady bootleg footage again because this video is legendary! It's Eartha Kitt!
If you liked this, try: Hello, Again / The Visit / Assassins

Caroline Or Change: Listen Here

This show is a stunning work of art that, because of the narrative devices it employs, could exist as nothing except a stage musical. The show tells the story of a black maid in Louisiana during the Civil Rights movement and the conflict that rises over her relationship to her employer’s young son, though it's about so much more than that. It’s a powerful story about race, family, sacrifice, redemption, and more.
The lyrics in this show are a masterpiece, elevating ordinary speech into pure poetry. Unlike a traditional musical there aren’t too many defined “songs,” scenes and melodies flow in and out of each other seamlessly. The music here is so lush and gorgeous, drawing on a rich tapestry of styles including the blues, spirituals, Motown, old girl group music, Jewish music, as well as more traditional classical and theatrical music. These musical themes aren’t just incidental either; the music reflects the world of the play and allow us to identify with these unforgettable characters. Even if you have no connection to this place or this time, you’ll feel an intense connection to all of them by the end of the album. The show is best listened to as a whole, if you have two hours to set aside to give it a listen I promise you won’t regret it.
What this musical demonstrates: Musicals can handle heavy topics with intimacy and creativity and accomplish complex storytelling through beautiful music.
Try this if you’re looking for: An intimate, emotional experience with lush melodies.
Sample songs:
  • “I Hate The Bus” - Literally the most beautiful song. I sing this and cry sometimes.
  • “Gonna Pass Me A Law” - A good display of the sort of haunting, late night music that this show uses and its unique lyrics.
  • “Laundry Quintet” - A very different sounding song in a very good way.
  • The whole thing is amazing and I don’t want to spoil some of the good parts but there are some great songs!
If you liked this, try: Bernarda Alba / Ragtime / The Band’s Visit

A New Brain: Original Recording (Recommended) / Revival Recording

Now, everybody who’s familiar with theatre probably just went “huh? Not Falsettos?” Yup. Make your own post. Inspired by composer William Finn’s battle with a brain disorder, A New Brain is also about a writer who finds himself hospitalized and in need of an incredibly risky surgery. As he faces his mortality and searches for meaning in his life before the end his friends and family attempt to comfort him and themselves struggle to cope. However the show is more twisted than it is dark; his brain disorder causes him to hallucinate increasingly bizarre scenes involving the people around him, all captured through delightfully off-kilter songs.
William Finn is a brilliant composer and he poured his heart into this one, creating theatrical music with soaring melodies backed by delicately constructed instrumentals. This electricity bleeds over into the cast, who all give star making performances. What this all amounts to is a wonderful affirmation of life and a very unique, intensely human experience.
What this musical demonstrates: Musicals don’t have to make sense to make sense.
Try this if you’re looking for: Quirky, uplifting music with a lot of heart. Also gays.
Sample Songs:
  • “Heart And Music” - Nothing I say will convey how wonderful this song sounds.
  • “Change” - I don't think I've mentioned this on popheads but Mary Testa is literally my queen, I would die for her, she's so talented. Her vocals!
  • “Sailing” - A rare gay love song, very lovely.
If you liked this, try: Falsettos / Prodigal / The Ballad Of Little Mikey

I Was Looking At The Ceiling And Then I Saw The Sky: 1998 Recording (Recommended) / 2005 Recording

What a title, huh? It draws from a quote from a survivor of the 1994 earthquakes in Los Angeles, CA that the composer saw in a newspaper. Because yes, this is a show about surviving an earthquake. Technically an opera (and not just like a sung through musical, John Adams is a full out opera composer) I wasn’t sure whether or not to put this on the list but I figured I’d throw it out there because it’s so fascinating someone is bound to like it. And please, don’t tune out because you hear the word “opera,” the music is an eclectic blend of genuine opera with rock, blues, gospel, pop, jazz… there’s a lot going on here and it’s fascinating.
It weaves together the story of seven strangers whose lives are irrevocably changed by the earthquake, and it spins magic out of the most mundane circumstances. At first there’s something comedic about hearing these operatic voices singing about condoms, penises, and whether or not someone is gay, but beyond that there’s a lot of genuine emotion to be found in songs about their twisted relationships and personal goals. I’m not sure what else to say, it’s a cool show. ; )
What this show demonstrates: Even the weirdest theatre can be enjoyable.
Try this if you’re looking for: Something challenging but different that still has some pop sensibilities.
Sample Songs:
If you liked this, try: Angel’s Bone / Jerry Springer: The Opera / The Adding Machine

Conclusion:

Brevity is not my strong suit, I actually had to cut this post short because it was so long I couldn't post it, but hopefully you get at least some of what I was trying to get across and something here catches your attention. Please give at least one of these shows a chance. For whatever it's worth I stand behind each and every one of them.
Discussion points:
  • What are your thoughts about musicals? What do you think they are?
  • Do you like musicals? If no, why not?
  • What are some of your favorite musicals?
  • Musical theatre fans of popheads, how did I do? What are you pissed I omitted?
  • Also if you want more personalized suggestions I'd be happy to help.
I'm out of space but thanks for reading!
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2019.01.28 11:36 tombstoneshadows28 Turner Classic Movies full monthly schedule for February, 2019 (U.S-centric)

Friday, February 01, 2019
(1:45 AM) Show People (1928/79m/King Vidor)
(3:15 AM) The Player (1992/124m/Robert Altman)
(5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #19 (1955/25m)
(6:00 AM) Alice Adams (1935/99m/George Stevens)
(8:00 AM) Little Women (1949/122m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(10:15 AM) Billy Budd (1962/123m/Peter Ustinov)
(12:30 PM) The Old Man and the Sea (1958/87m/John Sturges)
(2:00 PM) Show Boat (1951/108m/George Sidney)
(4:00 PM) The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter (1968/124m/Robert Ellis Miller)
(6:15 PM) Tom Sawyer (1973/99m/Don Taylor)
(8:00 PM) Sunrise (1927/94m/F.W. Murnau)
(10:00 PM) Street Angel (1928/101m/Frank Borzage)
Saturday, February 02, 2019
(12:00 AM) The French Connection (1971/104m/William Friedkin)
(2:00 AM) Taxi Driver (1976/114m/Martin Scorsese)
(4:15 AM) Night Must Fall (1937/116m/Richard Thorpe)
(6:15 AM) Sudden Fear (1952/111m/David Miller)
(8:15 AM) The Third Man (1949/105m/Carol Reed)
(10:00 AM) Panic in the Streets (1950/96m/Elia Kazan)
(11:45 AM)Suspicion (1941/99m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(1:30 PM) Strangers on a Train (1951/101m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(3:30 PM) North by Northwest (1959/136m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(6:00 PM) Wait Until Dark (1967/108m/Terence Young)
(8:00 PM) Fantastic Voyage (1966/101m/Richard Fleischer)
(10:00 PM) Doctor Dolittle (1967/149m/Richard Fleischer)
Sunday, February 03, 2019
(12:45 AM) Days of Wine and Roses (1962/117m/Blake Edwards)
(3:00 AM) The Lost Weekend (1945/101m/Billy Wilder)
(5:00 AM) Camille (1937/109m/George Cukor)
(7:00 AM) The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964/92m/Jacques Demy)
(8:45 AM) The Enchanted Cottage (1945/92m/John Cromwell)
(10:30 AM) Marty (1955/90m/Delbert Mann)
(12:15 PM) Wuthering Heights (1939/104m/William Wyler)
(2:15 PM) The Way We Were (1973/118m/Sydney Pollack)
(4:30 PM) Doctor Zhivago (1965/200m/David Lean)
(8:00 PM) The Lion in Winter (1968/134m/Anthony Harvey)
(10:30 PM) Funny Girl (1968/155m/William Wyler)
Monday, February 04, 2019
(1:15 AM) All The King's Men (1949/110m/Robert Rossen)
(3:15 AM) Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939/130m/Frank Capra)
(5:30 AM) These Three (1936/93m/William Wyler)
(7:30 AM) Cheers For Miss Bishop (1941/94m/Tay Garnett)
(9:30 AM) The 400 Blows (1959/100m/François Truffaut)
(11:15 AM) The Children's Hour (1961/108m/William Wyler)
(1:15 PM) The Corn Is Green (1945/114m/Irving Rapper)
(3:15 PM) Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969/155m/Herbert Ross)
(6:00 PM) The Blackboard Jungle (1955/101m/Richard Brooks)
(8:00 PM) Battleground (1949/119m/William Wellman)
(10:15 PM) She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949/104m/John Ford)
Tuesday, February 05, 2019
(12:15 AM) Hamlet (1948/154m/Laurence Olivier)
(3:00 AM) Henry V (1944/137m/Laurence Olivier)
(5:30 AM) Bicycle Thieves (1948/89m/Vittorio De Sica)
(7:00 AM) The Walls of Malapaga (1949/87m/René Clément)
(8:30 AM) Rashomon (1950/89m/Akira Kurosawa)
(10:00 AM) Mon Oncle (1958/116m/Jacques Tati)
(12:00 PM) Day For Night (1973/116m/François Truffaut)
(2:00 PM) The Battle of Algiers (1966/122m/Gillo Pontecorvo)
(4:15 PM) Through A Glass Darkly (1961/90m/Ingmar Bergman)
(6:00 PM) I Vitelloni (1953/108m/Federico Fellini)
(8:00 PM) Viva Zapata! (1952/113m/Elia Kazan)
(10:15 PM) Lust For Life (1956/122m/Vincente Minnelli)
Wednesday, February 06, 2019
(12:30 AM) The Letter (1940/95m/William Wyler)
(2:30 AM) Mildred Pierce (1945/111m/Michael Curtiz)
(4:30 AM) Gulliver’s Travels (1939/76m/Dave Fleischer)
(6:00 AM) Lost Horizon (1937/133m/Frank Capra)
(8:15 AM) The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T (1953/89m/Roy Rowland)
(10:00 AM) The Thief of Bagdad (1940/107m/Ludwig Berger)
(12:00 PM) Brigadoon (1954/108m/Vincente Minnelli)
(2:00 PM) Tom Thumb (1958/92m/George Pal)
(4:00 PM) The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964/100m/George Pal)
(6:00 PM) Blithe Spirit (1945/96m/David Lean)
(8:00 PM) The Longest Day (1962/178m/Andrew Marton)
(11:15 PM) Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970/149m/Richard Fleischer)
Thursday, February 07, 2019
(2:00 AM) An American in Paris (1951/113m/Vincente Minnelli)
(4:15 AM) Gigi (1958/115m/Vincente Minnelli)
(6:15 AM) Weary River (1929/89m/Frank Lloyd)
(8:00 AM) The Big House (1930/87m/George Hill)
(9:45 AM) The Criminal Code (1931/96m/Howard Hawks)
(11:30 AM) I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang (1932/93m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(1:30 PM) Caged (1950/97m/John Cromwell)
(3:15 PM) I Want To Live! (1958/121m/Robert Wise)
(5:30 PM) Birdman of Alcatraz (1962/149m/John Frankenheimer)
(8:00 PM) All About Eve (1950/138m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(10:30 PM) A Letter to Three Wives (1948/103m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
Friday, February 08, 2019
(12:30 AM) The Letter (1940/95m/William Wyler)
(2:30 AM) Mildred Pierce (1945/111m/Michael Curtiz)
(4:30 AM) Gulliver's Travels (1939/76m/Dave Fleischer)
(6:00 AM) Adam’s Rib (101m/George Cukor)
(8:00 AM) Ninotchka (1939/110m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(10:00 AM) The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! (1966/126m/Norman Jewison)
(12:15 PM) The Great Dictator (1940/125m/Charles Chaplin)
(2:30 PM) My Favorite Wife (1940/88m/Garson Kanin)
(4:00 PM) Mr. Deeds Goes To Town (1936/116m/Frank Capra)
(6:00 PM) The Sunshine Boys (1975/111m/Herbert Ross)
(8:00 PM) Now, Voyager (1942/117m/Irving Rapper)
(10:15 PM) The Prince of Tides (1991/132m/Barbra Streisand)
Saturday, February 09, 2019
(12:45 AM) Bonnie and Clyde (1967/111m/Arthur Penn)
(2:45 AM) Dog Day Afternoon (1975/125m/Sidney Lumet)
(5:00 AM) The Great Ziegfeld (1936/176m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(12:30 AM) The Mark of Zorro (1940/94m/Rouben Mamoulian)
(2:15 AM) The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938/102m/Michael Curtiz)
(4:15 AM) Front Page (1931/101m/Lewis Milestone)
(8:00 AM) The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936/86m/William Dieterle)
(9:30 AM) Young Mr. Lincoln (1939/100m/John Ford)
(11:15 AM) The Stratton Story (1949/106m/Sam Wood)
(1:15 PM) Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942/126m/Michael Curtiz)
(3:30 PM) The Madness Of King George (1994/107m/Nicholas Hytner)
(5:30 PM) The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965/139m/Carol Reed)
(8:00 PM) In The Heat of the Night (1967/110m/Norman Jewison)
(10:00 PM) The Defiant Ones (1958/96m/Stanley Kramer)
Sunday, February 10, 2019
(12:00 AM) 9 to 5 (1980//110m/Colin Higgins)
(2:00 AM) Honeysuckle Rose (1980/119m/Jerry Schatzberg)
(4:15 AM) Romance on the High Seas (1948/99m/Michael Curtiz)
(6:00 AM) The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961/104m/José Quintero)
(8:00 AM) Travels With My Aunt (1972/109m/George Cukor)
(10:00 AM) A Little Romance (1976/100m/George Roy Hill)
(12:00 PM) A Passage To India (1984/164m/David Lean)
(3:00 PM) Royal Wedding (1951/93m/Stanley Donen)
(4:45 PM) Around The World In 80 Days (1956/182m/Michael Anderson)
(8:00 PM) Lassie Come Home (1943/89m/Fred M. Wilcox)
(9:45 PM) The Thin Man (1934/91m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(11:30 PM) Mrs. Miniver (1942/134m/William Wyler)
Monday, February 11, 2019
(2:00 AM) The Best Years of Our Lives (1946/170m/William Wyler)
(5:00 AM) The Perils Of Pauline (1947/92m/George Marshall)
(6:45 AM) Morning Glory (1933/74m/Lowell Sherman)
(8:15 AM) What Price Hollywood? (1932/88m/George Cukor)
(10:00 AM) My Favorite Year (1982/92m/Richard Benjamin)
(12:00 PM) The Band Wagon (1953/112m/Vincente Minnelli)
(2:00 PM) The Star (1953/90m/Stuart Heisler)
(3:45 PM) Inside Daisy Clover (1965/128m/Robert Mulligan)
(6:00 PM) The Bad and the Beautiful (1952/118m/Vincente Minnelli)
(8:00 PM) Naughty Marietta (1935/104m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(10:00 PM) San Francisco (1936/115m/W.S. Van Dyke)
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
(12:15 AM) On The Town (1949/98m/Gene Kelly)
(2:15 AM) Singin’ In The Rain (1952/103m/Gene Kelly)
(4:15 AM) Days of Glory (1944/86m/Jacques Tourneur)
(5:45 AM) Ship of Fools (1965/149m/Stanley Kramer)
(8:15 AM) The Desert Song (1944/95m/Robert Florey)
(10:00 AM) The Stranger (1946/95m/Orson Welles)
(12:00 PM) Watch on the Rhine (1943/112m/Herman Shumlin)
(2:00 PM) To Be or Not to Be (1942/99m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(4:00 PM) Night Train to Munich (1940/95m/Carol Reed)
(6:00 PM) Casablanca (1942/103m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 PM) The Remains of the Day (1993/134/James Ivory)
(10:30 PM) Merrily We Live (1938/95m/Norman Z. McLeod)
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
(12:15 AM) On The Waterfront (1954/108m/Elia Kazan)
(2:15 AM) East of Eden (1955/118m/Elia Kazan)
(4:30 AM) White Shadows in the South Seas (1928/85m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(6:00 AM) The Racket (1928/84m/Lewis Milestone)
(7:30 AM) Two Arabian Knights (1927/92m/Lewis Milestone)
(9:15 AM) A Woman of Affairs (1928/91m/Clarence Brown)
(11:15 AM) Our Dancing Daughters (1928/84m/Harry Beaumont)
(1:00 PM) The Divine Lady (1929/99m/Frank Lloyd)
(3:00 PM) Sadie Thompson (1928/94m/Raoul Walsh)
(4:45 PM) The Crowd (1928/93m/King Vidor)
(6:30 PM) Speedy (1928/86m/Ted Wilde)
(8:00 PM) Lawrence of Arabia (1962/227m/David Lean)
Thursday, February 14, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957/162m/David Lean)
(3:00 AM) Under Western Stars (1938/67m/Joe Kane)
(4:15 AM) The Cowboy and the Lady (1938/92m/H.C. Potter)
(6:00 AM) Love Affair (1939/88m/Leo McCarey)
(7:45 AM) Random Harvest (1942/126m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:00 AM) Waterloo Bridge (1940/109m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(12:00 PM) Dark Victory (1939/104m/Edmund Goulding)
(2:00 PM) Splendor In The Grass (1961/124m/Elia Kazan)
(4:15 PM) Imitation Of Life (1959/124m/Douglas Sirk)
(6:30 PM) Brief Encounter (1945/87m/David Lean)
(8:00 PM) The Philadelphia Story (1940/112m/George Cukor)
(10:00 PM) Father of the Bride (1950/93m/Vincente Minnelli)
Friday, February 15, 2019
(12:00 AM) Kramer vs. Kramer (1979/105m/Robert Benton)
(2:00 AM) Dodsworth (1936/101m/William Wyler)
(4:00 AM) The Window (1949/73m/Ted Tetzlaff)
(5:30 AM) The Green Years (1946/125m/Victor Saville)
(8:00 AM) The Little Fugitive (1953/81m/Ray Ashley)
(9:30 AM) Little Women (1933/115m/George Cukor)
(11:30 AM) The Jungle Book (1942/106m/Zoltan Korda)
(1:30 PM) The Champ (1931/86m/King Vidor)
(3:15 PM) Strike Up The Band (1940/120m/Busby Berkeley)
(5:30 PM) The Bad Seed (1956/129m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(8:00 PM) Titanic (1953/98m/Jean Negulesco)
(10:00 PM) Lifeboat (1944/97m/Alfred Hitchcock)
Saturday, February 16, 2019
(12:00 AM) Johnny Belinda (1948/102m/Jean Negulesco)
(2:00 AM) The Miracle Worker (1962/107m/Arthur Penn)
(4:00 AM) The Naked Spur (1953/92m/Anthony Mann)
(6:00 AM) Cimarron (1931/124m/Wesley Ruggles)
(8:15 AM) Way Out West (1937/65m/James W. Horne)
(9:30 AM) The Westerner (1940/100m/William Wyler)
(11:30 AM) The Ox-Bow Incident (1943/76m/William A. Wellman)
(1:00 PM) How The West Was Won (1962/165m/John Ford)
(4:00 PM) Broken Arrow (1950/93m/Delmer Daves)
(5:45 PM) Gunfight At The O.K. Corral (1957/123m/John Sturges)
(8:00 PM) It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963/159m/Stanley Kramer)
(11:00 PM) The Great Race (1965/160m/Blake Edwards)
Sunday, February 17, 2019
(2:00 AM) Atlantic City (1980/104m/Louis Malle)
(4:00 AM) Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987/105m/Louis Malle)
(6:00 AM) Meet Me In St. Louis (1944/113m/Vincente Minnelli)
(8:00 AM) Top Hat (1935/100m/Mark Sandrich)
(10:00 AM) Annie Get Your Gun (1950/107m/George Sidney)
(12:00 PM) Bye Bye Birdie (1963/112m/George Sidney)
(2:00 PM) Oliver (1968/153m/Carol Reed)
(5:00 PM) South Pacific (1958/158m/Joshua Logan)
(8:00 PM) The Nun’s Story (1959/152m/Fred Zinnemann)
(10:45 PM) Agnes Of God (1985/99m/Norman Jewison)
Monday, February 18, 2019
(12:45 AM) A Streetcar Named Desire (1951/125m/Elia Kazan)
(3:00 AM) Network (1976/121m/Sidney Lumet)
(5:15 AM) Julius Caesar (1953/121m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(7:30 AM) Quo Vadis (1951/174m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:45 AM) Khartoum (1966/136m/Basil Dearden)
(1:15 PM) 55 Days At Peking (1963/154m/Nicholas Ray)
(4:00 PM) Ben-Hur (1959/223m/William Wyler)
(8:00 PM) High Noon (1952/85m/Fred Zinnemann)
(9:45 PM) The Quiet Man (1952/129m/John Ford)
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
(12:15 AM) A Free Soul (1931/94m/Clarence Brown)
(2:00 AM) None But The Lonely Heart (1944/113m/Clifford Odet)
(4:00 AM) I Remember Mama (1948/134m/George Stevens)
(6:30 AM) Edward, My Son (1949/113 m/George Cukor)
(8:45 AM) You Can’t Take It With You (1938/126m/Frank Capra)
(11:00 AM) The Little Foxes (1941/116m/William Wyler)
(1:00 PM) What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962/134m/Robert Aldrich)
(3:30 PM) Life With Father (1947/118m/Michael Curtiz)
(5:45 PM) A River Runs Through It (1992/124m/Robert Redford)
(8:00 PM) Captains Courageous (1937/117m/Victor Fleming)
(10:15 PM) Boys Town (1938/93m/Norman Taurog)
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
(12:00 AM) Blow-Up (1966/111m/Michelangelo Antonioni)
(2:15 AM) Three Colors: Red (1994/99m/Krzysztof Kieslowski)
(4:00 AM) Philadelphia (1993/126m/Jonathan Demme)
(6:15 AM) Fury (1936/92m/Fritz Lang)
(8:00 AM) Trial (1955/109m/Mark Robson)
(10:00 AM) Libel (1959/100m/Anthony Asquith)
(11:45 AM) Inherit The Wind (1960/128m/Stanley Kramer)
(2:00 PM) To Kill A Mockingbird (1962/129m/Robert Mulligan)
(4:15 PM) Witness For The Prosecution (1957/116m/Billy Wilder)
(6:15 PM) 12 Angry Men (1957/96m/Sidney Lumet)
(8:00 PM) The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933/94m/Alexander Korda)
(10:00 PM) A Man For All Seasons (1966/121m/Fred Zinnemann)
Thursday, February 21, 2019
(12:15 AM) The High and the Mighty (1954/147m/William A. Wellman)
(3:00 AM) Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (1954/102m/Stanley Donen)
(5:00 AM) Algiers (1938/95m/John Cromwell)
(7:00 AM) Lady of the Tropics (1939/92m/Jack Conway)
(9:00 AM) Miss Sadie Thompson (1953/90m/Curtis Bernhardt)
(11:00 AM) Sayonara (1957/147m/Joshua Logan)
(1:30 PM) The Rains Came (1939/104m/Clarence Brown)
(3:15 PM) The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958/158m/Mark Robson)
(6:00 PM) Mogambo (1953/116m/John Ford)
(8:00 PM) (1963/139m/Federico Fellini)
(10:30 PM) La Strada (1954/108m/Federico Fellini)
Friday, February 22, 2019
(12:30 AM) Cool Hand Luke (1967/127m/Stuart Rosenberg)
(2:45 AM) Papillon (1973/151m/Franklin J. Schaffner)
(5:30 AM) The Day of the Dolphin (1973/105m/Mike Nichols)
(7:30 AM) Mighty Joe Young (1949/94m/Ernest B. Schoedsack)
(9:30 AM) Umberto D. (1952/88m/Vittorio De Sica)
(11:15 AM) Sounder (1972/105m/Martin Ritt)
(1:15 PM) Born Free (1965/95m/James Hill)
(3:15 PM) National Velvet (1944/123m/Clarence Brown)
(5:30 PM) The Yearling (1946/128m/Clarence Brown)
(8:00 PM) Mutiny On The Bounty (1962/185m/Lewis Milestone)
(11:15 PM) The Caine Mutiny (1954/125m/Edward Dmytryk)
Saturday, February 23, 2019
(1:30 AM) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966/131m/Mike Nichols)
(4:00 AM) The Taming of the Shrew (1967/122m/Franco Zeffirelli)
(6:15 AM) The Prisoner Of Zenda (1937/101m/John Cromwell)
(8:00 AM) Robinson Crusoe (1954/89m/Luis Buñuel)
(9:30 AM) Captain Blood (1935/119m/Michael Curtiz)
(11:45 AM) The Black Swan (1942/85m/Henry King)
(1:30 PM) The Three Musketeers (1948/126m/George Sidney)
(3:45 PM) Knights of the Round Table (1953/116m/Richard Thorpe)
(6:00 PM) Ivanhoe (1952/107m/Richard Thorpe)
(8:00 PM) A Star Is Born (1937/111m/William A. Wellman)
(10:00 PM) A Star Is Born (1954/1976/George Cukor)
Sunday, February 24, 2019
(1:15 AM) The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948/126m/John Huston)
(3:30 AM) Key Largo (1948/100m/John Huston)
(5:30 AM) 42nd Street (1933/89m/Lloyd Bacon)
(7:00 AM) Easter Parade (1948/103m/Charles Walters)
(9:00 AM) Lili (1953/81m/Charles Walters)
(10:30 AM) A Hard Day’s Night (1964/87m/Richard Lester)
(12:15 PM) High Society (1956/112m/Charles Walters)
(2:15 PM) The Music Man (1962/151m/Morton DaCosta)
(5:00 PM) 1776 (1972/165m/Peter H. Hunt)
(8:00 PM) The Broadway Melody (1929/100m/Harry Beaumont)
(10:00 PM) Grand Hotel (1932/113m/Edmund Goulding)
Monday, February 25, 2019
(12:00 AM) King Solomon's Mines (1950/103m/Compton Bennett and Andrew Marton)
(2:00 AM) Eskimo (1933/114m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(4:00 AM) Holiday (1938/96m/George Cukor)
(6:00 AM) The Awful Truth (1937/91m/Leo McCarey)
(8:00 AM) Designing Woman (1957/118m/Vincente Minnelli)
(10:00 AM) It Happened One Night (1934/105m/Frank Capra)
(12:00 PM) Libeled Lady (1936/98m/Jack Conway)
(2:00 PM) The Tender Trap (1955/111m/Charles Walters)
(4:00 PM) The Goodbye Girl (1977/111m/Herbert Ross)
(6:00 PM) Woman of the Year (1942/114m/George Stevens)
(8:00 PM) The Public Enemy (1931/84m/William A. Wellman)
(9:45 PM) Little Caesar (1930/78m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(11:15 PM) Citizen Kane (1941/119m/Orson Welles)
Tuesday, February 26, 2019
(1:30 AM) Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941/94m/Alexander Hall)
(3:15 AM) Glory (1989/122m/Edward Zwick)
(5:30 AM) Sergeant York (1941/134m/Howard Hawks)
(7:45 AM) They Were Expendable (1945/135m/John Ford)
(10:00 AM) Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944/138m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(12:30 PM) The Young Lions (1958/167m/Edward Dmytryk)
(3:30 PM) The Dirty Dozen (1967/150m/Robert Aldrich)
(6:00 PM) The Story of G.I. Joe (1945/109m/William A. Wellman)
(8:00 PM) Gaslight (1944/114m/George Cukor)
(10:15 PM) Anastasia (1956/105m/Anatole Litvak)
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
(12:15 AM) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969/110m/George Roy Hill)
(2:15 AM) The Professionals (1966/118m/Richard Brooks)
(4:30 AM) Manhattan Melodrama (1934/90m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(6:15 AM) The Doorway to Hell (1930/78m/Archie Mayo)
(8:00 AM) Johnny Eager (1942/107m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:00 AM) The Maltese Falcon (1941/100m/John Huston)
(12:00 PM) The Naked City (1948/96m/Jules Dassin)
(2:00 PM) The Asphalt Jungle (1950/112m/John Huston)
(4:00 PM) White Heat (1949/113m/Raoul Walsh)
(6:00 PM) Mystery Street (1950/93m/John Sturges)
(8:00 PM) The Human Comedy (1943/117m/Clarence Brown)
(10:15 PM) Skippy (1931/86m/Norman Taurog)
Thursday, February 28, 2019
(12:00 AM) From Here to Eternity (1953/118m/Fred Zinnemann)
(2:15 AM) A Farewell To Arms (1932/89m/Frank Borzage)
(4:15 AM) The Big Chill (1983/105m/Lawrence Kasdan)
(6:15 AM) Penny Serenade (1941/120m/ George Stevens)
(8:15 AM) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942/88m/Orson Welles)
(10:00 AM) Jezebel (1938/104m/William Wyler)
(11:45 AM) Kings Row (1942/127m/Sam Wood)
(2:00 PM) A Patch Of Blue (1965/105m/Guy Green)
(4:00 PM) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958/108m/Richard Brooks)
(6:00 PM) Rebel Without a Cause (1955/111m/Nicholas Ray)
(8:00 PM) The Great White Hope (1970/103m/Martin Ritt)
(10:00 PM) Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956/113m/Robert Wise)
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2019.01.28 11:26 tombstoneshadows28 The complete daily schedule for the U.S. version of Turner Classic Movies over the month of February, 2019.

Friday, February 01, 2019
(1:45 AM) Show People (1928/79m/King Vidor)
(3:15 AM) The Player (1992/124m/Robert Altman)
(5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #19 (1955/25m)
(6:00 AM) Alice Adams (1935/99m/George Stevens)
(8:00 AM) Little Women (1949/122m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(10:15 AM) Billy Budd (1962/123m/Peter Ustinov)
(12:30 PM) The Old Man and the Sea (1958/87m/John Sturges)
(2:00 PM) Show Boat (1951/108m/George Sidney)
(4:00 PM) The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter (1968/124m/Robert Ellis Miller)
(6:15 PM) Tom Sawyer (1973/99m/Don Taylor)
(8:00 PM) Sunrise (1927/94m/F.W. Murnau)
(10:00 PM) Street Angel (1928/101m/Frank Borzage)
Saturday, February 02, 2019
(12:00 AM) The French Connection (1971/104m/William Friedkin)
(2:00 AM) Taxi Driver (1976/114m/Martin Scorsese)
(4:15 AM) Night Must Fall (1937/116m/Richard Thorpe)
(6:15 AM) Sudden Fear (1952/111m/David Miller)
(8:15 AM) The Third Man (1949/105m/Carol Reed)
(10:00 AM) Panic in the Streets (1950/96m/Elia Kazan)
(11:45 AM)Suspicion (1941/99m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(1:30 PM) Strangers on a Train (1951/101m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(3:30 PM) North by Northwest (1959/136m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(6:00 PM) Wait Until Dark (1967/108m/Terence Young)
(8:00 PM) Fantastic Voyage (1966/101m/Richard Fleischer)
(10:00 PM) Doctor Dolittle (1967/149m/Richard Fleischer)
Sunday, February 03, 2019
(12:45 AM) Days of Wine and Roses (1962/117m/Blake Edwards)
(3:00 AM) The Lost Weekend (1945/101m/Billy Wilder)
(5:00 AM) Camille (1937/109m/George Cukor)
(7:00 AM) The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964/92m/Jacques Demy)
(8:45 AM) The Enchanted Cottage (1945/92m/John Cromwell)
(10:30 AM) Marty (1955/90m/Delbert Mann
(12:15 PM) Wuthering Heights (1939/104m/William Wyler)
(2:15 PM) The Way We Were (1973/118m/Sydney Pollack)
(4:30 PM) Doctor Zhivago (1965/200m/David Lean)
(8:00 PM) The Lion in Winter (1968/134m/Anthony Harvey)
(10:30 PM) Funny Girl (1968/155m/William Wyler)
Monday, February 04, 2019
(1:15 AM) All The King's Men (1949/110m/Robert Rossen)
(3:15 AM) Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939/130m/Frank Capra)
(5:30 AM) These Three (1936/93m/William Wyler)
(7:30 AM) Cheers For Miss Bishop (1941/94m/Tay Garnett)
(9:30 AM) The 400 Blows (1959/100m/François Truffaut)
(11:15 AM) The Children's Hour (1961/108m/William Wyler)
(1:15 PM) The Corn Is Green (1945/114m/Irving Rapper)
(3:15 PM) Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969/155m/Herbert Ross)
(6:00 PM) The Blackboard Jungle (1955/101m/Richard Brooks)
(8:00 PM) Battleground (1949/119m/William Wellman)
(10:15 PM) She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949/104m/John Ford)
Tuesday, February 05, 2019
(12:15 AM) Hamlet (1948/154m/Laurence Olivier)
(3:00 AM) Henry V (1944/137m/Laurence Olivier)
(5:30 AM) Bicycle Thieves (1948/89m/Vittorio De Sica)
(7:00 AM) The Walls of Malapaga (1949/87m/René Clément)
(8:30 AM) Rashomon (1950/89m/Akira Kurosawa)
(10:00 AM) Mon Oncle (1958/116m/Jacques Tati)
(12:00 PM) Day For Night (1973/116m/François Truffaut)
(2:00 PM) The Battle of Algiers (1966/122m/Gillo Pontecorvo)
(4:15 PM) Through A Glass Darkly (1961/90m/Ingmar Bergman)
(6:00 PM) I Vitelloni (1953/108m/Federico Fellini)
(8:00 PM) Viva Zapata! (1952/113m/Elia Kazan)
(10:15 PM) Lust For Life (1956/122m/Vincente Minnelli)
Wednesday, February 06, 2019
(12:30 AM) The Letter (1940/95m/William Wyler)
(2:30 AM) Mildred Pierce (1945/111m/Michael Curtiz)
(4:30 AM) Gulliver’s Travels (1939/76m/Dave Fleischer)
(6:00 AM) Lost Horizon (1937/133m/Frank Capra)
(8:15 AM) The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T (1953/89m/Roy Rowland)
(10:00 AM) The Thief of Bagdad (1940/107m/Ludwig Berger)
(12:00 PM) Brigadoon (1954/108m/Vincente Minnelli)
(2:00 PM) Tom Thumb (1958/92m/George Pal/
(4:00 PM) The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964/100m/George Pal)
(6:00 PM) Blithe Spirit (1945/96m/David Lean)
(8:00 PM) The Longest Day (1962/178m/Andrew Marton)
(11:15 PM) Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970/149m/Richard Fleischer)
Thursday, February 07, 2019
(2:00 AM) An American in Paris (1951/113m/Vincente Minnelli)
(4:15 AM) Gigi (1958/115m/Vincente Minnelli)
(6:15 AM) Weary River (1929/89m/Frank Lloyd)
(8:00 AM) The Big House (1930/87m/George Hill)
(9:45 AM) The Criminal Code (1931/96m/Howard Hawks)
(11:30 AM) I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang (1932/93m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(1:30 PM) Caged (1950/97m/John Cromwell)
(3:15 PM) I Want To Live! (1958/121m/Robert Wise)
(5:30 PM) Birdman of Alcatraz (1962/149m/John Frankenheimer)
(8:00 PM) All About Eve (1950/138m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(10:30 PM) A Letter to Three Wives (1948/103m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
Friday, February 08, 2019
(12:30 AM) The Letter (1940/95m/William Wyler)
(2:30 AM) Mildred Pierce (1945/111m/Michael Curtiz)
(4:30 AM) Gulliver's Travels (1939/76m/Dave Fleischer)
(6:00 AM) Adam’s Rib (101m/George Cukor)
(8:00 AM) Ninotchka (1939/110m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(10:00 AM) The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! (1966/126m/Norman Jewison)
(12:15 PM) The Great Dictator (1940/125m/Charles Chaplin)
(2:30 PM) My Favorite Wife (1940/88m/Garson Kanin)
(4:00 PM) Mr. Deeds Goes To Town (1936/116m/Frank Capra)
(6:00 PM) The Sunshine Boys (1975/111m/Herbert Ross)
(8:00 PM) Now, Voyager (1942/117m/Irving Rapper)
(10:15 PM) The Prince of Tides (1991/132m/Barbra Streisand)
Saturday, February 09, 2019
(12:45 AM) Bonnie and Clyde (1967/111m/Arthur Penn)
(2:45 AM) Dog Day Afternoon (1975/125m/Sidney Lumet)
(5:00 AM) The Great Ziegfeld (1936/176m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(12:30 AM) The Mark of Zorro (1940/94m/Rouben Mamoulian)
(2:15 AM) The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938/102m/Michael Curtiz)
(4:15 AM) Front Page (1931/101m/Lewis Milestone)
(8:00 AM) The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936/86m/William Dieterle)
(9:30 AM) Young Mr. Lincoln (1939/100m/John Ford)
(11:15 AM) The Stratton Story (1949/106m/Sam Wood)
(1:15 PM) Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942/126m/Michael Curtiz)
(3:30 PM) The Madness Of King George (1994/107m/Nicholas Hytner)
(5:30 PM) The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965/139m/Carol Reed)
(8:00 PM) In The Heat of the Night (1967/110m/Norman Jewison)
(10:00 PM) The Defiant Ones (1958/96m/Stanley Kramer)
Sunday, February 10, 2019
(12:00 AM) 9 to 5 (1980//110m/Colin Higgins)
(2:00 AM) Honeysuckle Rose (1980/119m/Jerry Schatzberg)
(4:15 AM) Romance on the High Seas (1948/99m/Michael Curtiz)
(6:00 AM) The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961/104m/José Quintero)
(8:00 AM) Travels With My Aunt (1972/109m/George Cukor)
(10:00 AM) A Little Romance (1976/100m/George Roy Hill)
(12:00 PM) A Passage To India (1984/164m/David Lean)
(3:00 PM) Royal Wedding (1951/93m/Stanley Donen)
(4:45 PM) Around The World In 80 Days (1956/182m/Michael Anderson)
(8:00 PM) Lassie Come Home (1943/89m/Fred M. Wilcox)
(9:45 PM) The Thin Man (1934/91m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(11:30 PM) Mrs. Miniver (1942/134m/William Wyler)
Monday, February 11, 2019
(2:00 AM) The Best Years of Our Lives (1946/170m/William Wyler)
(5:00 AM) The Perils Of Pauline (1947/92m/George Marshall)
(6:45 AM) Morning Glory (1933/74m/Lowell Sherman)
(8:15 AM) What Price Hollywood? (1932/88m/George Cukor)
(10:00 AM) My Favorite Year (1982/92m/Richard Benjamin)
(12:00 PM) The Band Wagon (1953/112m/Vincente Minnelli)
(2:00 PM) The Star (1953/90m/Stuart Heisler)
(3:45 PM) Inside Daisy Clover (1965/128m/Robert Mulligan)
(6:00 PM) The Bad and the Beautiful (1952/118m/Vincente Minnelli)
(8:00 PM) Naughty Marietta (1935/104m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(10:00 PM) San Francisco (1936/115m/W.S. Van Dyke)
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
(12:15 AM) On The Town (1949/98m/Gene Kelly)
(2:15 AM) Singin’ In The Rain (1952/103m/Gene Kelly)
(4:15 AM) Days of Glory (1944/86m/Jacques Tourneur)
(5:45 AM) Ship of Fools (1965/149m/Stanley Kramer)
(8:15 AM) The Desert Song (1944/95m/Robert Florey)
(10:00 AM) The Stranger (1946/95m/Orson Welles)
(12:00 PM) Watch on the Rhine (1943/112m/Herman Shumlin)
(2:00 PM) To Be or Not to Be (1942/99m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(4:00 PM) Night Train to Munich (1940/95m/Carol Reed)
(6:00 PM) Casablanca (1942/103m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 PM) The Remains of the Day (1993/134/James Ivory)
(10:30 PM) Merrily We Live (1938/95m/Norman Z. McLeod)
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
(12:15 AM) On The Waterfront (1954/108m/Elia Kazan)
(2:15 AM) East of Eden (1955/118m/Elia Kazan)
(4:30 AM) White Shadows in the South Seas (1928/85m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(6:00 AM) The Racket (1928/84m/Lewis Milestone)
(7:30 AM) Two Arabian Knights (1927/92m/Lewis Milestone)
(9:15 AM) A Woman of Affairs (1928/91m/Clarence Brown)
(11:15 AM) Our Dancing Daughters (1928/84m/Harry Beaumont)
(1:00 PM) The Divine Lady (1929/99m/Frank Lloyd)
(3:00 PM) Sadie Thompson (1928/94m/Raoul Walsh)
(4:45 PM) The Crowd (1928/93m/King Vidor)
(6:30 PM) Speedy (1928/86m/Ted Wilde)
(8:00 PM) Lawrence of Arabia (1962/227m/David Lean)
Thursday, February 14, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957/162m/David Lean)
(3:00 AM) Under Western Stars (1938/67m/Joe Kane)
(4:15 AM) The Cowboy and the Lady (1938/92m/H.C. Potter)
(6:00 AM) Love Affair (1939/88m/Leo McCarey)
(7:45 AM) Random Harvest (1942/126m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:00 AM) Waterloo Bridge (1940/109m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(12:00 PM) Dark Victory (1939/104m/Edmund Goulding)
(2:00 PM) Splendor In The Grass (1961/124m/Elia Kazan)
(4:15 PM) Imitation Of Life (1959/124m/Douglas Sirk)
(6:30 PM) Brief Encounter (1945/87m/David Lean)
(8:00 PM) The Philadelphia Story (1940/112m/George Cukor)
(10:00 PM) Father of the Bride (1950/93m/Vincente Minnelli)
Friday, February 15, 2019
(12:00 AM) Kramer vs. Kramer (1979/105m/Robert Benton)
(2:00 AM) Dodsworth (1936/101m/William Wyler)
(4:00 AM) The Window (1949/73m/Ted Tetzlaff)
(5:30 AM) The Green Years (1946/125m/Victor Saville)
(8:00 AM) The Little Fugitive (1953/81m/Ray Ashley)
(9:30 AM) Little Women (1933/115m/George Cukor)
(11:30 AM) The Jungle Book (1942/106m/Zoltan Korda)
(1:30 PM) The Champ (1931/86m/King Vidor)
(3:15 PM) Strike Up The Band (1940/120m/Busby Berkeley)
(5:30 PM) The Bad Seed (1956/129m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(8:00 PM) Titanic (1953/98m/Jean Negulesco)
(10:00 PM) Lifeboat (1944/97m/Alfred Hitchcock)
Saturday, February 16, 2019
(12:00 AM) Johnny Belinda (1948/102m/Jean Negulesco)
(2:00 AM) The Miracle Worker (1962/107m/Arthur Penn)
(4:00 AM) The Naked Spur (1953/92m/Anthony Mann)
(6:00 AM) Cimarron (1931/124m/Wesley Ruggles)
(8:15 AM) Way Out West (1937/65m/James W. Horne)
(9:30 AM) The Westerner (1940/100m/William Wyler)
(11:30 AM) The Ox-Bow Incident (1943/76m/William A. Wellman)
(1:00 PM) How The West Was Won (1962/165m/John Ford)
(4:00 PM) Broken Arrow (1950/93m/Delmer Daves)
(5:45 PM) Gunfight At The O.K. Corral (1957/123m/John Sturges)
(8:00 PM) It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963/159m/Stanley Kramer)
(11:00 PM) The Great Race (1965/160m/Blake Edwards)
Sunday, February 17, 2019
(2:00 AM) Atlantic City (1980/104m/Louis Malle)
(4:00 AM) Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987/105m/Louis Malle)
(6:00 AM) Meet Me In St. Louis (1944/113m/Vincente Minnelli)
(8:00 AM) Top Hat (1935/100m/Mark Sandrich)
(10:00 AM) Annie Get Your Gun (1950/107m/George Sidney)
(12:00 PM) Bye Bye Birdie (1963/112m/George Sidney)
(2:00 PM) Oliver (1968/153m/Carol Reed)
(5:00 PM) South Pacific (1958/158m/Joshua Logan)
(8:00 PM) The Nun’s Story (1959/152m/Fred Zinnemann)
(10:45 PM) Agnes Of God (1985/99m/Norman Jewison)
Monday, February 18, 2019
(12:45 AM) A Streetcar Named Desire (1951/125m/Elia Kazan)
(3:00 AM) Network (1976/121m/Sidney Lumet)
(5:15 AM) Julius Caesar (1953/121m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(7:30 AM) Quo Vadis (1951/174m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:45 AM) Khartoum (1966/136m/Basil Dearden)
(1:15 PM) 55 Days At Peking (1963/154m/Nicholas Ray)
(4:00 PM) Ben-Hur (1959/223m/William Wyler)
(8:00 PM) High Noon (1952/85m/Fred Zinnemann)
(9:45 PM) The Quiet Man (1952/129m/John Ford)
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
(12:15 AM) A Free Soul (1931/94m/Clarence Brown)
(2:00 AM) None But The Lonely Heart (1944/113m/Clifford Odet)
(4:00 AM) I Remember Mama (1948/134m/George Stevens)
(6:30 AM) Edward, My Son (1949/113 m/George Cukor)
(8:45 AM) You Can’t Take It With You (1938/126m/Frank Capra)
(11:00 AM) The Little Foxes (1941/116m/William Wyler)
(1:00 PM) What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962/134m/Robert Aldrich)
(3:30 PM) Life With Father (1947/118m/Michael Curtiz)
(5:45 PM) A River Runs Through It (1992/124m/Robert Redford)
(8:00 PM) Captains Courageous (1937/117m/Victor Fleming)
(10:15 PM) Boys Town (1938/93m/Norman Taurog)
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
(12:00 AM) Blow-Up (1966/111m/Michelangelo Antonioni)
(2:15 AM) Three Colors: Red (1994/99m/Krzysztof Kieslowski)
(4:00 AM) Philadelphia (1993/126m/Jonathan Demme)
(6:15 AM) Fury (1936/92m/Fritz Lang)
(8:00 AM) Trial (1955/109m/Mark Robson)
(10:00 AM) Libel (1959/100m/Anthony Asquith)
(11:45 AM) Inherit The Wind (1960/128m/Stanley Kramer)
(2:00 PM) To Kill A Mockingbird (1962/129m/Robert Mulligan)
(4:15 PM) Witness For The Prosecution (1957/116m/Billy Wilder)
(6:15 PM) 12 Angry Men (1957/96m/Sidney Lumet)
(8:00 PM) The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933/94m/Alexander Korda)
(10:00 PM) A Man For All Seasons (1966/121m/Fred Zinnemann)
Thursday, February 21, 2019
(12:15 AM) The High and the Mighty (1954/147m/William A. Wellman)
(3:00 AM) Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (1954/102m/Stanley Donen)
(5:00 AM) Algiers (1938/95m/John Cromwell)
(7:00 AM) Lady of the Tropics (1939/92m/Jack Conway)
(9:00 AM) Miss Sadie Thompson (1953/90m/Curtis Bernhardt)
(11:00 AM) Sayonara (1957/147m/Joshua Logan)
(1:30 PM) The Rains Came (1939/104m/Clarence Brown)
(3:15 PM) The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958/158m/Mark Robson)
(6:00 PM) Mogambo (1953/116m/John Ford)
(8:00 PM) (1963/139m/Federico Fellini)
(10:30 PM) La Strada (1954/108m/Federico Fellini)
Friday, February 22, 2019
(12:30 AM) Cool Hand Luke (1967/127m/Stuart Rosenberg)
(2:45 AM) Papillon (1973/151m/Franklin J. Schaffner)
(5:30 AM) The Day of the Dolphin (1973/105m/Mike Nichols)
(7:30 AM) Mighty Joe Young (1949/94m/Ernest B. Schoedsack)
(9:30 AM) Umberto D. (1952/88m/Vittorio De Sica)
(11:15 AM) Sounder (1972/105m/Martin Ritt)
(1:15 PM) Born Free (1965/95m/James Hill)
(3:15 PM) National Velvet (1944/123m/Clarence Brown)
(5:30 PM) The Yearling (1946/128m/Clarence Brown)
(8:00 PM) Mutiny On The Bounty (1962/185m/Lewis Milestone)
(11:15 PM) The Caine Mutiny (1954/125m/Edward Dmytryk)
Saturday, February 23, 2019
(1:30 AM) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966/131m/Mike Nichols)
(4:00 AM) The Taming of the Shrew (1967/122m/Franco Zeffirelli)
(6:15 AM) The Prisoner Of Zenda (1937/101m/John Cromwell)
(8:00 AM) Robinson Crusoe (1954/89m/Luis Buñuel)
(9:30 AM) Captain Blood (1935/119m/Michael Curtiz)
(11:45 AM) The Black Swan (1942/85m/Henry King)
(1:30 PM) The Three Musketeers (1948/126m/George Sidney)
(3:45 PM) Knights of the Round Table (1953/116m/Richard Thorpe)
(6:00 PM) Ivanhoe (1952/107m/Richard Thorpe)
(8:00 PM) A Star Is Born (1937/111m/William A. Wellman)
(10:00 PM) A Star Is Born (1954/1976/George Cukor)
Sunday, February 24, 2019
(1:15 AM) The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948/126m/John Huston)
(3:30 AM) Key Largo (1948/100m/John Huston)
(5:30 AM) 42nd Street (1933/89m/Lloyd Bacon)
(7:00 AM) Easter Parade (1948/103m/Charles Walters)
(9:00 AM) Lili (1953/81m/Charles Walters)
(10:30 AM) A Hard Day’s Night (1964/87m/Richard Lester)
(12:15 PM) High Society (1956/112m/Charles Walters)
(2:15 PM) The Music Man (1962/151m/Morton DaCosta)
(5:00 PM) 1776 (1972/165m/Peter H. Hunt)
(8:00 PM) The Broadway Melody (1929/100m/Harry Beaumont)
(10:00 PM) Grand Hotel (1932/113m/Edmund Goulding)
Monday, February 25, 2019
(12:00 AM) King Solomon's Mines (1950/103m/Compton Bennett and Andrew Marton)
(2:00 AM) Eskimo (1933/114m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(4:00 AM) Holiday (1938/96m/George Cukor)
(6:00 AM) The Awful Truth (1937/91m/Leo McCarey)
(8:00 AM) Designing Woman (1957/118m/Vincente Minnelli)
(10:00 AM) It Happened One Night (1934/105m/Frank Capra)
(12:00 PM) Libeled Lady (1936/98m/Jack Conway)
(2:00 PM) The Tender Trap (1955/111m/Charles Walters)
(4:00 PM) The Goodbye Girl (1977/111m/Herbert Ross)
(6:00 PM) Woman of the Year (1942/114m/George Stevens)
(8:00 PM) The Public Enemy (1931/84m/William A. Wellman)
(9:45 PM) Little Caesar (1930/78m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(11:15 PM) Citizen Kane (1941/119m/Orson Welles)
Tuesday, February 26, 2019
(1:30 AM) Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941/94m/Alexander Hall)
(3:15 AM) Glory (1989/122m/Edward Zwick)
(5:30 AM) Sergeant York (1941/134m/Howard Hawks)
(7:45 AM) They Were Expendable (1945/135m/John Ford)
(10:00 AM) Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944/138m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(12:30 PM) The Young Lions (1958/167m/Edward Dmytryk)
(3:30 PM) The Dirty Dozen (1967/150m/Robert Aldrich)
(6:00 PM) The Story of G.I. Joe (1945/109m/William A. Wellman)
(8:00 PM) Gaslight (1944/114m/George Cukor)
(10:15 PM) Anastasia (1956/105m/Anatole Litvak)
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
(12:15 AM) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969/110m/George Roy Hill)
(2:15 AM) The Professionals (1966/118m/Richard Brooks)
(4:30 AM) Manhattan Melodrama (1934/90m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(6:15 AM) The Doorway to Hell (1930/78m/Archie Mayo)
(8:00 AM) Johnny Eager (1942/107m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:00 AM) The Maltese Falcon (1941/100m/John Huston)
(12:00 PM) The Naked City (1948/96m/Jules Dassin)
(2:00 PM) The Asphalt Jungle (1950/112m/John Huston)
(4:00 PM) White Heat (1949/113m/Raoul Walsh)
(6:00 PM) Mystery Street (1950/93m/John Sturges)
(8:00 PM) The Human Comedy (1943/117m/Clarence Brown)
(10:15 PM) Skippy (1931/86m/Norman Taurog)
Thursday, February 28, 2019
(12:00 AM) From Here to Eternity (1953/118m/Fred Zinnemann)
(2:15 AM) A Farewell To Arms (1932/89m/Frank Borzage)
(4:15 AM) The Big Chill (1983/105m/Lawrence Kasdan)
(6:15 AM) Penny Serenade (1941/120m/ George Stevens)
(8:15 AM) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942/88m/Orson Welles)
(10:00 AM) Jezebel (1938/104m/William Wyler)
(11:45 AM) Kings Row (1942/127m/Sam Wood)
(2:00 PM) A Patch Of Blue (1965/105m/Guy Green)
(4:00 PM) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958/108m/Richard Brooks)
(6:00 PM) Rebel Without a Cause (1955/111m/Nicholas Ray)
(8:00 PM) The Great White Hope (1970/103m/Martin Ritt)
(10:00 PM) Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956/113m/Robert Wise)
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2018.10.07 22:22 YosemitySam Broken Billboard Article

Top 40 Duets Of All Time
One big name on a red-hot hit is great, but sometimes two superstar voices come together in an inspired pairing that is truly special. With Valentine\'s Day\'s celebration of couples in mind, our experts dove into over 50 years of Hot 100 hits to single out the biggest songs by two singers to ever hit the chart. So grab a box of chocolates, dim the lights, cozy up to that special someone and turn up the speakers as we count down the hottest duets of all time.

Top 50 \'Love\' Songs of All Time
PHOTOS: Pop Star Hookups \& Breakups
20 Best Love Songs By Real Couples 30 Biggest Break-Up Songs
This chart is comprised only of songs where two singers share equal vocal duties on the track. Ranking is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 since the chart launched in August 1958. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least.

Text by Keith Caulfield, M. Tye Comer, Mariel Concepcion, Jessica Letkemann, Jason Lipshutz, Jillian Mapes and Chart Beat Columnist Gary Trust

How This Chart Was Created: The 40 Biggest Duets of All-Time list includes songs that feature two singers sharing equal vocal duties on the track. Ranking is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 since the chart launched in August 1958. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least. Prior to the Hot 100\'s implementation in 1991 of enhanced radio and sales information from Nielsen BDS and Nielsen SoundScan, songs had shorter reigns at No. 1 and shorter chart lives. To ensure equitable representation of the biggest hits from the past 52 years, earlier time frames were each weighted to account for the difference between turnover rates from those decades and the turnover rates that have occurred since the advent of Nielsen Music data.

40. The Closer I Get To You
Roberta Flack with Donny Hathaway
1978
Just months before Donny Hathaway\'s untimely death, this tender tune for Hathaway and Roberta Flack was a No. 2 hit on the Hot 100 in 1978, but it wasn\'t the first star turn for a song by the pair. Their 1973 duet \"Where Is The Love\" won them a Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Duo Or Group. \"The Closer I Get,\" meanwhile, has gone on to be covered by no less than Beyonce dueting with Luther Vandross in 2003.

39. I Just Can\'t Stop Loving You
Michael Jackson With Siedah Garrett
1987
Michael Jackson is that rare artist that can score on the charts alone, in a group, duetting with another male superstar (for example with Paul McCartney on \"Say Say Say\" and \"The Girl Is Mine\"), and, as was the case with this love ballad, pairing his lilting tones with a female singer. \"I Just Can\'t Stop Loving You,\" which found the King Of Pop trading emotional verses with Siedah Garrett, rose to the top of the Hot 100 in Sept. 1987.

38 . I\'m Your Angel
R. Kelly \& Celine Dion
1998
And the award for oddest pairing goes to\… R. Kelly and Celine Dion, who came together for the duet \"I\'m Your Angel,\" written by Kelly and featured in Dion\'s \"These Are Special Times\" album. Released in 1998, the single reached No. 1 on the Billboard 100 chart and remained there for six weeks.

37. Wild Night
John Mellencamp With Me\'Shell Ndegeocello
1994
The \"Wild Night\" in question seems to have been entirely platonic in this case. There\'s clearly no chemistry between Mellencamp and Ndegeocello in the video, but the two sure have a jammin\' ol\' time on the track. This version of the song, originally by Van Morrison, spent two weeks at No. 3 on the Hot 100 chart the fall of 1994.

36. The Next Time I Fall
Peter Cetera with Amy Grant
1986
Is it possible to fall in love with the same person twice? Peter Cetera and Amy Grant (oh, and songwriter Bobby Caldwell) seem to think so. On the popular song \"The Next Time I Fall,\" which appears on Cetera\'s 1986 album \"Solitude/Solitaire,\" Cetera and Grant harmonize about falling in love all over again with the same lover. Sweet!

35. I Got You Babe
Sonny \& Cher
1965
Iconic \'60-\'70s husband and wife duo Sonny \& Cher had several hits during their career, but none came to define the pair quite like \"I Got You Babe.\" The track spent three weeks atop of Hot 100 in 1965. In addition to wooing couples across the globe, the hit grew to become an easy going love ballad for the hippie generation.

34. All I Have
Jennifer Lopez \& LL Cool J
2003
Based on a sample from Debra Laws\' 1981 song \"Very Special,\" \"All I Have,\" finds J. Lo and LL Cool J talking about a couple that\'s on the verge of calling it quits. Still, while the tune is about splitsville, Jenny from the block and Mr. James manage to separate in style and grace (See Jennifer\'s Louis Vuittons and Gucci bags?).

33. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)
Barbra Streisand / Donna Summer
1979
For those weathering a breakup, two of the biggest divas of all-time are here to declare that \"enough is enough.\" Donna Summer commiserates with Barbra Streisand over the sad state of dealing with relationships before musically saying \"Screw it! Let\'s dance!\" to a thumping disco beat. It is a truly glorious moment to listen to the singers bust out of their slumps -- and apparently all of America thought so as well, as the song stayed at No. 1 on the Hot 100 for two weeks in 1979.

32. The Girl Is Mine
Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney
1982
Many things are unlikely about the MJ-Macca pairing: that \"The Girl Is Mine\" was actually the lead single off \"Thriller,\" that Jackson would later buy the rights to Beatles songs behind McCartney\'s back, but most of all, that the two mega-stars would ever fight over a woman. But after having a ball recording McCartney\'s \"Say Say Say\" together in 1981, Jackson and his Beatle friend gave it another go with the cheesy, soft-rock duet. \"The Girl Is Mine\" peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100, and stayed there for three weeks -- probably because we were all surprised to see the two superstars singing together.

31. I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)
Aretha Franklin \& George Michael
1987
Considering what we know now, the pairing of Aretha Franklin and George Michael on the uptempo duet \"I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)\" seems a little less strange. After all, every sassy diva needs her gay BFF. But regardless of the head-scratching over its duo of performers, \"I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)\" spent two weeks atop the Hot 100 chart in 1987 as well as 17 weeks total.

30. Friends And Lovers
Carl Anderson \& Gloria Loring
1986
While \"Friends and Lovers\" sounds undoubtedly dated, the airy duet between unlikely pairing of actors/singers Carl Anderson and Gloria Loring was all the rage in \'86. After a popular performance on the soap opera \"Days Of Our Lives\" -- on which Loring starred as lounge singer Liz Chandler -- the song spent two weeks at No. 2 on the Hot 100 chart. For those hoping to move out of the dreaded \"friends zone,\" Anderson and Loring have some encouragement that it\'s actually possible: \"We don\'t have to be one or the other.\"

29. Up Where We Belong
Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes
1982
\"Up Where We Belong\" may be synonymous with the 1982 film \"An Officer and a Gentleman,\" but the Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes duet is just as romantic even when one is not staring at a super-dreamy uniformed Richard Gere. The song not only stayed at No. 1 on the Hot 100 for three weeks in late 1982 -- it also won both the Academy Award and the Golden Globe for Best Original Song for a film in 1983. What we wouldn\'t give for smokey-voiced Joe Cocker to serenade us with nonsense tales of eagles crying, all while being whisked away from our awful factory jobs!

28. Stop Draggin\' My Heart Around
Stevie Nicks With Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
1981
Although Stevie Nicks\' debut album, \"Bella Donna,\" featured more timeless singles like \"Edge of Seventeen\" and \"Leather and Lace,\" the Tom Petty collaboration \"Stop Draggin\' my Heart Around\" was the world\'s first glimpse of the Fleetwood Mac singer as a solo artist. Produced by Petty and Jimmy Iovine, the rock track was even parodied by \"Weird Al\" Yankovic with the song \"Stop Draggin\' My Car Around.\"

27. No Air
Jordin Sparks with Chris Brown
2008
Between the more self-affirming singles \"Tattoo\" and \"One Step at a Time,\" Jordin Sparks released this lilting duet with R\&B star Chris Brown. A Grammy nominee for Best Pop Collaboration with vocals, \"No Air\" reached No. 3 on the Hot 100 and served as a precursor to Sparks\' emotionally wounded future single, \"Battlefield.\"

26. (I\'ve Had) The Time Of My Life
Bill Medley \& Jennifer Warnes
1987
The Black Eyed Peas recently used the hook of Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes\' duet for their single \"The Time (Dirty Bit),\" but the words \"I\'ve had the time of my life\" will forever be tied to the 1987 film \"Dirty Dancing.\" The soft-rock hit closed out the Patrick Swayze-Jennifer Grey flick and won the 1987 Academy Award for Best Original Song.

25. Easy Lover
Philip Bailey \& Phil Collins
1984
Phil Bailey, the longtime member of Earth, Wind \& Fire, and former Genesis drummer Phil Collins came together for this 80s pop confection off Bailey\'s 1984 album \"Chinese Wall.\" Although the track was Bailey\'s biggest hit by far, Collins scored again the following year with \"Separate Lives,\" his duet with Marilyn Martin.

24. You\'re The One That I Want
John Travolta \& Olivia Newton-John
1978
The peppy collaboration between \"Grease\" stars Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 in June 1978. \"You\'re The One That I Want,\" along with the actors\' other duet \"Summer Nights,\" helped the soundtrack to the hit 1978 film become certified eight-times platinum, according to the RIAA.

23. Baby, Come To Me
Patti Austin \& James Ingram
1982
It\'s one the greatest baby-making jams of all time, but \"Baby Come to Me\" was far from an immediate hit. When the Patti Austin \& James Ingram duet was first released in 1982, it only made it to no. 73 on the Hot 100. But later that year, the track gained new exposure through its use on ABC soap opera \"General Hospital.\" In response to the newfound buzz, the song was re-released and climbed to No. 1 on both the Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary charts in early 1983.

22. Nobody
Keith Sweat \& Athena Cage
1996
Keith Sweat, the king of new jack soul, conjured up an intense quiet storm when he teamed up with soulful chanteuse Athena Cage for this steamy R\&B jam in 1996. The pair soared to no. 3 on the Hot 100, and sizzled at the top of the R\&B chart for three hot weeks.

21. You Don\'t Have To Be A Star (To Be In My Show)
Marilyn McCoo \& Billy Davis, Jr.
1976
Marilyn McCoo and Billy David Jr. didn\'t have to struggle to find their chemistry in the studio. Not only had the pair been married for seven years when they recorded this 1976 R\&B classic, they\'d already spent a decade making beautiful music together as part of \'70s soul quintet The 5th Dimension. The pair\'s romantic and musical bond paid off -- the Grammy-winning track went to No. 1 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Soul Singles chart.

20. You Don\'t Bring Me Flowers
Barbra Streisand \& Neil Diamond
1978
Some duets exude their magic even though their singers recorded their tracks separately. That was not only the case with this song, but it was never intended to be a duet to begin with. Diamond released his version months before Streisand\'s. It wasn\'t, however, until inventive WAKY Louisville, Ky., programmer Gary Guthrie created a mixed edit that audiences heard the now-classic dual version. Columbia then released the song with both superstars. In just six chart weeks, it became the third Hot 100 No. 1 for each.

19. Don\'t Know Much
Linda Ronstadt feat. Aaron Neville
1989
Though Ronstadt racked eight Hot 100 top 10s between 1975 and 1980, she didn\'t reappear in the top tier until 1987 with the James Ingram duet \"Somewhere Out There\" (No. 2), from \"An American Tail.\" The ballad subsequently won the 1988 song of the year Grammy Award. For her next album, \"Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind,\" Ronstadt included four duets with Neville. This first single not only reached No. 2 on the Hot 100, but it also topped Adult Contemporary for five weeks and won the 1990 Grammy for best pop performance by a duo or group with vocal.

18. Somethin\' Stupid
Nancy Sinatra \& Frank Sinatra
1967
The legendary Frank Sinatra claimed his final Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hit -- and second No. 1 -- thanks to an unlikely duet with his daughter Nancy Sinatra. The latter already had some hits under her belt -- including the No. 1 \"These Boots Are Made For Walkin\'\" in 1966 -- so the \"Stupid\" pairing wasn\'t simply a riding-the-coattails moment for the Chairman\'s daughter. It is the only father-daughter duet to reach the top of the Hot 100, where it spent four weeks at the top.

17. The Way I Are
Timbaland \& Keri Hilson
2007
Super producer Timbaland called in a bunch of friends for his 2007 \"Shock Value\" album, including the rising star Keri Hilson, who guests on \"The Way I Are.\" Though the track didn\'t hit No. 1, it did peak at No. 3 -- for four non-consecutive weeks -- and linger on the list for a healthy 38 weeks. \"Way\" was one of four Hot 100 hits from \"Shock Value\" -- Timbo also claimed entries with \"Give It To Me\" (No. 1 for two weeks), \"Release\" (No. 91) and \"Apologize\" (No. 2).

16. Opposites Attract
Paula Abdul with The Wild Pair
1988
Yes, duets with cartoon cats count. The song is perhaps best remembered for its video featuring the animated MC Skat Kat, voiced by the track\'s featured act, the Wild Pair. \"Opposites Attract\" became the fourth and final Hot 100 No. 1 from Abdul\'s debut album, \"Forever Your Girl,\" following \"Straight Up,\" the title cut and \"Cold Hearted.\" A year later, Mariah Carey banked her fourth leader from her eponymous debut set, but no other artists in the chart\'s history have accomplished such out-of-the-gate domination.

15. Empire State of Mind
Jay-Z + Alicia Keys
2009
It\'s an Empire State Building-tall order to create a Big Apple anthem when there\'s already Frank Sinatra\'s \"New York, New York\" (and Billy Joel\'s \"New York State of Mind\"). All the more impressive, then, that Jay-Z and Keys ruled the Hot 100 for five weeks with their modern Gotham theme. A Keys solo piano version reached No. 55 and the \"Glee\" cast opened its second season by performing its rendition, in honor of this year\'s nationals show choir finals taking place in the \"concrete jungle where dreams are made, oh.\" (It peaked at No. 21). Our (biased) favorite line from the song? Jay-Z\'s astute observation, \"now I live on Billboard\"!

14. Promiscuous
Nelly Furtado \& Timbaland
2006
Suggesting that \"Promiscuous\" was a jarring change of pace for Nelly Furtado would be an understatement. As the lead single from her Timbaland-produced \"Loose\" album in 2006, the sexy, thumpy number was a far cry from the more earnest, quirky singles of her first two albums -- including \"I\'m Like a Bird\" and \"Turn Off The Light.\" But sexy clearly worked, as the cheeky \"Promiscuous\" tune spent eight weeks lodged in the No. 1 slot. It was the first of two toppers from \"Loose\" -- she later returned with \"Say It Right.\"

13. Reunited
Peaches \& Herb
1979
The only good thing about breaking up is that it opens the door for making up -- a topic that R\&B duo Peaches \& Herb explored in their 1979 hit \"Reunited.\" The slow-burning jam became a crossover smash, topping both the Hot 100 and R\&B Singles charts. The song has also inspired several cover versions, including one by rock band Faith No More, who performed it during their 2009-10 reunion tour, and German star David Hasselhoff, who sung it at the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

12. Separate Lives
Phil Collins and Marilyn Martin
1985
Before there was \"Black Swan,\" the \'80s gave us the elegant dance film \"White Nights,\" starring Russian ballet icon Mikhail Baryshnikov, as well as Gregory Hines, Helen Mirren and Isabella Rossellini. The movie is also remembered for its hit soundtrack, which yielded two Hot 100 No. 1s: Lionel Richie\'s Oscar-winning \"Say You, Say Me\" and this intimate ballad, written by Stephen Bishop (\"It Might Be You\"). The song became Martin\'s only topper and the fourth of Collins\' seven solo leaders.

11. On My Own
Patti LaBelle \& Michael McDonald
1986
While as the leaders of their respective groups Labelle and the Doobie Brothers, LaBelle and McDonald earned No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 singles, neither had a solo topper until this 1986 duet. Interestingly, the two singers hadn\'t met until well after the song was recorded and was scaling the chart -- as the single was put together on different coasts in different studios. As Fred Bronson notes in his \"Billboard Book of Number One Hits,\" \"As \'On My Own\' went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, LaBelle and McDonald met for the first time -- at NBC Studios in Burbank (Calif.), where they performed the song on \'The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.\'\"

10. Don\'t Go Breaking My Heart
Elton John \& Kiki Dee
1976
John has recorded so many hit duets he even released an album entitled \"Duets,\" which peaked at No. 25 on the Billboard 200 in 1993. Following his classic pairing with Dee, Elton graced the Hot 100 with the likes of Aretha Franklin, George Michael (their \"Don\'t Let the Sun Go Down on Me\" hit No. 1 in 1992), LeAnn Rimes and RuPaul(!), whose dance remake of this song, from \"Duets,\" dented the chart (No. 92) in 1994. John\'s current album? The collaborative \"The Union,\" with Leon Russell, which stands as John\'s top-charting set (No. 3) on the Billboard 200 since 1976.

9. Islands In The Stream
Kenny Rogers with Dolly Parton
1983
Some 30 years ago, star power didn\'t shine much brighter than that of Rogers and Parton, who charted a combined 22 No. 1s on Country Songs in the \'80s. Add that this song was written by the Bee Gees and it\'s no surprise that it topped the Hot 100 for two weeks, as well as Country Songs and Adult Contemporary. In 1998, Pras Michel borrowed its melody for the chorus of \"Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are).\" The reinvention, featuring Ol\' Dirty Bastard and Mya, hit No. 15 on the Hot 100 and No. 8 on R\&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

8. Baby Boy
Beyonce \& Sean Paul
2003
Whether on her own (\"Irreplaceable,\" \"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)\"); in pairings (\"Beautiful Liar,\" with Shakira, \"Telephone,\" with Lady Gaga); or, in the trio Destiny\'s Child (\"Bills, Bills, Bills,\" \"Say My Name\"), Beyonce = Hot 100 hit-making. This duet marked the second of her five No. 1s since 2003 as a solo artist, following four toppers in Destiny\'s Child in 1999-2001. Paul capped the Hot 100 once before this leader, with \"Get Busy\" (three weeks, 2003), and once after, with \"Temperature\" (one week, 2006).

7. My Boo
Usher and Alicia Keys
2004
Not to be confused with the 1996 hit of the same name by Ghost Town DJs, this ode to having a boyfriend or girlfriend \"that will always have your heart\" was tailor made for success because of the team of R\&B superstars behind it. Not only does the track find Keys\' golden tones mingling with Ushers, the was the track co-written by Keys, Usher and Jermaine Dupri with Manuel Seal and Adonis Shropshire. Little wonder, then, that it rocketed to No. 1 and stayed there for six weeks.

6. I\'m Real
Jennifer Lopez \& Ja Rule
2001
Here\'s another of the four songs that J.Lo, with assistance from Ja Rule, took to No. 1 on the Hot 100 before she joined the judges panel on TV\'s No. 1-rated show, \"American Idol.\" Complementing her new night job, Lopez (previously at No. 36 on this ranking) has recently released the single \"On the Floor,\" featuring Pitbull. The track marks her first appearance on Billboard\'s Dance Airplay chart (where it debuted last week at No. 23) since 2007.

5. Dilemma
Nelly \& Kelly Rowland
2002
If you\'re a member of any group where there is someone who is ostensibly the lead singer -- and you aren\'t them -- it isn\'t easy to break out on your own. So for Destiny\'s Child\'s Kelly Rowland, her first single away from the group was an event. An event that could either turn into a footnote or a smash. And what a smash it was. Her \"Dilemma\" duet with Nelly notched a stunning 10-week run at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, cementing Rowland as not just a backing vocalist to Beyonce, but a solo star in her own right.

4. Ebony And Ivory
Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder
1982
Recorded for Paul McCartney\'s \"Tug Of War\" album, the duet -- which spent seven weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 -- is the longest-running solo No. 1 for either McCartney or his duet partner Stevie Wonder. \"Ebony and Ivory\" works as a sort of ultimate \"can\'t we get along?\" song, with the lyric: \"Ebony and ivory live together in perfect harmony / side by side on my piano keyboard, oh lord why don\'t we?\"

3. The Boy Is Mine
Brandy \& Monica
1998
This 1998 duet had all the makings of a smash single. First, it paired up rising then-teen female R\&B stars Brandy and Monica -- each of whom had notched four top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hits on their own, but not yet a No. 1. Second, there were rumors swirling that the two ladies weren\'t exactly on friendly terms. Third, the lyrical content of the song was all about fighting over a man -- perfect fodder for alleged rivals to sing about. The result? A No. 1 that lasted for 13 weeks at the top -- at the time, one of only seven singles in the chart\'s history to spend that long at No. 1.

2. Say Say Say
Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson
1983
Just seeing the words \"Michael Jackson\" and \"Paul McCartney\" placed next to each other would have sent chills up any music fan\'s spine back in 1983, when \"Say, Say, Say\" was released. The super duo\'s hit spent six weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 and was the second of two duets from the pair, following \"The Girl Is Mine\" (No. 2 on Jan. 8, 1983). The stars drifted apart after 1985, when Jackson purchased the massive ATV catalog of songs (which included the majority of the Beatles\' catalog). McCartney was later cool to Jackson, but after the latter\'s passing in 2009, he issued a statement about the King of Pop: \"I feel privileged to have hung out and worked with Michael. He was a massively talented boy man with a gentle soul. His music will be remembered forever and my memories of our time together will be happy ones.\"

1. Endless Love
Diana Ross \& Lionel Richie
1981
Diana Ross \& Lionel Richie\'s \"Endless Love\" crowns our list of the top duets of all time -- and with good reason. It\'s not only the biggest No. 1 hit for either artist (it spent nine weeks at the top), but also clung to the chart for an amazing 27 weeks -- a lengthy run for a single back in 1981. Richie wrote the music and lyrics for the soundtrack tune from the Brooke Shields movie of the same name, and recruited diva Ross to accompany him on the song. \"Endless\" almost returned to the Hot 100 perch nearly 13 years later, when Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey\'s cover stalled at No. 2 on Oct. 1, 1994.

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2018.06.25 16:03 -TheInspector- Neverglades #2: Zombie Radio (Part 2)

Part 1
The Inspector rode with me to the radio station - whatever vehicle he’d used to get to the country club seemed to have vanished into thin air - and we spent most of the trip in silence. Being some kind of otherworldly, interdimensional being, he probably didn’t have much use for small talk. He didn’t say a word until we arrived at the station and got out of the cruiser, slamming the doors behind us.
“We don’t know what we’ll find in there,” he warned. “Whatever you do, Mark, don’t let go of your gun.”
I nodded and patted my holster. The doors opened for us automatically, and we strode into a cool, spacious lobby, with a receptionist’s deck and a few cushioned chairs. Photos of smiling radio execs lined the walls, along with a few pieces of Pacific Glade memorabilia: news clippings about local heroes, pictures of Lake Lucid at sunrise, even an old ham radio perched on a little shelf by the window. The floor was carpeted in a blue-and-white checkered pattern. As we approached the desk, the receptionist looked up from her computer and smiled at us.
“Can I help you, gentlemen?” she asked.
In response, the Inspector lifted some kind of badge – no idea where he’d gotten that from – and shoved it in the woman’s face. “FBI. We have a reason to believe one of your stations is broadcasting terrorist propaganda and we want it shut down. Now.”
The woman looked up at him, raising a quizzical eyebrow, and I fully expected her to protest or make a fuss. Instead, she asked, “What frequency is it?”
I shared a look with the Inspector. In the confusion back at the country club I don’t think either of us had taken a closer look at the radio’s call letters; we were too focused on shutting the damn thing up. Thankfully the Inspector spoke up before I could think up some half-assed explanation.
“The signal’s been bouncing from station to station, near as we can tell. It took us a long time to track it back to the source.” He stowed the badge back in his pocket and said, “Ma’am, this broadcast is a domestic threat. Several people have already been killed because of it. We need to shut it down before it can hurt anyone else.”
Damn, he was good. The woman still had a puzzled expression on her face, but she seemed to believe us, at any rate. She rose from the desk and led us over to a side door. We followed her into a dimly lit hallway with a few dark doorways and a single window at the end of the hall. A neon red ON AIR sign hovered above the first two doors. The receptionist brought us to the door at the far end, this one devoid of any sign, and rapped a few times on the frame. “Marcy!” she called softly. “There’s a couple of men here to see you.”
Light spilled into the hall as the door opened and a woman’s face peered out at us. It looked like we’d caught her in the middle of filling out paperwork. A decorative lamp on the desk lit up her dark skin and vivid blue business dress. She eyed me and the Inspector with some unease.
“Yes?” she said. “I’m wrapping up for the night. Is there something I can do for you?”
The Inspector flashed his badge again and recited the same bullshit story he’d told the receptionist. I expected her to get indignant and demand that we leave at once, but Marcy surprised me. “Terrorist propaganda,” she said, with a snort of laughter. “That’s a new one. Do you boys want to hear what we actually broadcast here?”
“Of course,” the Inspector answered, glancing warily at me. Marcy brought us to one of the ON AIR rooms and pushed the door open quietly. The space inside was divided by a large pane of soundproof glass. Behind it, two men in flannel shirts and headphones were having a conversation into a set of mics. Their voices issued from a mess of buttons and speakers on our side of the glass. Neither voice matched the sports announcer or the sultry baritone we’d heard at the country club.
“So, Alan, I heard you met a pretty young thing down at the Hanging Rock. Care to elaborate for our eager listeners?”
“Let me tell you, Joe, I haven't been this disappointed since Barbra Streisand didn't swallow.”
“You always were a nasty old dog, Alan.”
The older of the two men, Alan, made a jerking off gesture with his hand - presumably for the benefit of his costar, since of course the audience couldn't see it. Joe burst into a fit of laughter and said something about freaky women, but at that point my cheeks were red and I was trying not to listen.
“It may be garbage, but it’s harmless garbage,” Marcy said. She closed the door on the two men. “I don’t know where you got your information, officers, but we’re not broadcasting propaganda here. Just good old-fashioned bathroom humor.”
She went on, but I wasn’t listening. I’d just seen something through the window that had made my blood run cold. The Inspector hadn’t spotted it yet. He was staring at the closed door as if he was trying to burn holes in it with his eyes. Hell, maybe he was. I had no idea what he was capable of. His cigar smoke had taken on a shade of deep, cherry red.
“Did you used to have another station?” I cut in.
Marcy paused. “Ages ago, yes,” she said. “There’s a radio tower about a mile away. But it hasn’t been operational for almost ten years now. There was something wrong with the building - asbestos, I think.”
“I don’t know about asbestos,” I said, pointing to the window, “but I think you might be wrong about that tower.”
Everyone turned to look. In the distance, just close enough to see, a steady red light was blinking in the darkness. Beside me, I felt the Inspector tense up, his fingers growing tight around his fake badge.
Marcy frowned. “That can’t be possible,” she said. “We moved all the equipment to this station when we switched locations. There’s nothing left to broadcast over there.”
“It’s very possible,” the Inspector muttered. “And I think it’s safe to say we’ve found the source of the signal.” He stowed the badge in his coat pocket and strode off down the hallway, leaving me to hurry after him. I took a second to glance back at Marcy. A strange sheen had come over her eyes, and her face had grown solemn.
“Be careful over there,” she said.
Her concern caught me off guard. Even though she couldn’t know the truth, she could at least sense at the shape of it. Like anyone who grew up in the Glade, she understood that there was something fundamentally different about this place. Something… off. And she knew that whatever was behind that signal was bad news.
“We’ll be okay,” I replied. “Just doing our job.”
Normally I wouldn’t let another soul touch the wheel of my police cruiser, but the Inspector was already in the driver’s seat when I joined him outside, and I figured, what the hell. I wasn’t going to pick a fight with Detective Lovecraft. There was a lot more at stake tonight.
The Inspector pulled out of the parking lot, tires skidding, and sent us rocketing down the road toward the distant blinking tower. My seatbelt dug harshly into my shoulder blades. I pulled my phone out of my pocket, fully prepared to call Marconi, but found my fingers typing out another number instead. My wife answered on the third ring.
“Hello?”
“Hi honey, it’s me.” Tires rumbled in the background, and I asked, “Are you driving?”
“Um, yes,” she said. “I took the kids out for ice cream. I hope you don’t mind – you’ve been out so late, you know, and they were getting antsy.”
I could hear Rory arguing with Stephen in the backseat: the soundtrack of my life these days. But that wasn’t the only thing I heard. There was another voice in the car, a smooth male baritone announcing tomorrow’s weather.
“Do you trust me, babe?” I asked.
A pause. “You know I do.” Another pause, longer this time, and then: “Are you about to do something dangerous?”
“Don’t worry about me.” I glanced up at the radio tower, now looming closer than before, growing steadily in size as the car shot through the forest. “Just listen – turn off the radio and drive the boys straight home. Lock the doors and grab the baseball bat we keep under the bed. And whatever you do, don’t turn on the radio. I can’t stress that enough.”
My wife said nothing for a few seconds, and I wondered if she thought I was crazy. Then the announcer’s voice went dead. Rory and Stephen kept up their banter, oblivious to what was going on in the front seat.
“We’re almost home,” Ruth said. “I’ll make sure the boys stay inside. And Mark? Stay safe.”
“I always do,” I replied. It was a lie I’d uttered many times before, and would no doubt utter again. But that was just part of the job. We’d accepted a long time ago that tomorrow was never guaranteed.
“I love you,” she said, and the phone went silent in my ear. I lowered it to my lap and stared through the windshield. The tower jutted out from the trees before us like a great skeletal finger, stabbing at the clouds. The red light at its tip pulsed brightly in the growing darkness.
“We’re here,” the Inspector announced, and the old wooden structure appeared suddenly among the trees. Its windows were boarded up and most of the paint on the paneling had peeled away. By all rights the place should have been dead, but there was still that glowing light up top. It flashed in and out as it broadcasted its deadly signal across the Neverglades.
The Inspector brought the car to a stop, and I stepped out, slipping my cell phone into my pocket. Ruth and the kids would be all right. I was the one who needed to watch his back.
The front door was boarded up with a set of planks, but the Inspector tore them off with his bare hands, the rusty nails squealing as they came loose. He tossed the boards casually aside. I watched them as they flew through the air, struck a tree, and tumbled to the forest floor in a heap.
“You know, you’re awfully strong for such a scrawny guy,” I said. Even as the words left my mouth, I saw the Inspector’s body ripple, his true form flashing into view for a second. It was like getting blinded by a thousand kilowatt camera flash. I had to blink a few times to clear up the afterimage.
“Let’s go,” he said, ignoring me. “We can’t afford to waste any time.” He forced open the door with his shoulder and hurried inside. Pistol raised, I followed him into the gloom.
So far, so good – except for one big fuckup. In my concern for my family, I’d forgotten to call Marconi for backup.
If I had any doubts that we were in the right place, they evaporated the second the Inspector and I stepped inside. The supposedly abandoned station was teeming with machinery. Cracked, rusty consoles sat on every spare surface, vines poking through the holes in their screens. Or at least they looked like vines. A closer look revealed that they were actually thick, tangled wires. The wires sprouted from the walls, too, stretching across the ground in spiral patterns, each cable heavy with purple moss.
“I wouldn’t touch anything,” the Inspector said, ducking underneath a hanging wire. “That kind of moss doesn’t usually grow this side of the rift. I have no idea what it’ll do to human skin.”
I inched forward cautiously, being careful to tiptoe around the fuzzy purple wires. They gave off a slight metallic stench with a tinge of ozone. There was a faint humming in the air, almost imperceptible, and I realized the wires were vibrating. The closer we drew to the next room, the stronger the vibrations grew. I could feel the sound jostling around my skull.
“It’s an organism,” the Inspector muttered. “Not just a radio wave. And its heart is close by. You can hear it.”
I hissed out a warning as he placed a hand on the door, but the Inspector pushed it open anyway, revealing a flickering space the size of a small studio. The wires grew dense and more tangled than ever as they retreated into the dark space. The Inspector brushed them aside and entered the room. I followed him, gun raised, keeping a wary eye on the dangling cables.
The space behind the door was another recording studio, bigger than the one at the community station, but utterly devoid of people. Tiny portable radios lay in piles on the floor, all tuned in to the same staticky channel. Every so often I heard the occasional blip of a voice but couldn’t make out what it was saying. A single outdated TV set sat on a table behind the soundproof glass. The pane itself was shattered, wires stabbing through the holes, but the curved screen of the TV was intact. A dark shape lurked behind the static. I could barely make out the outline of a human face and neck.
“Show yourself,” the Inspector said suddenly, scaring the shit out of me. His cigar smoke had turned a pungent yellow. He crossed the room and placed a slender hand on the glass.
“You’ve proven you’re capable of human speech,” he said. “So let’s have a conversation.”
The vibrating hum grew louder, and the image on the screen became less shaky, took on sharp lines and curves. At first I thought I was looking at a silhouette - a person’s face cast in shadow. But the image grew crisper, and I realized, the hairs on my arms prickling, that the figure had no face at all. Just a pure black dome for a head, like a chunk of carefully sculpted obsidian.
The stony face that wasn’t a face cracked at the bottom, stretching into an unnaturally wide smile. The teeth that grinned out at us were pristine white and razor sharp. It was like staring into the maw of a shark.
“Inspector, Inspector, the noble defector,” it jeered. “Come to play with the paramecium, have you?”
It was all the voices we’d heard at the country club mashed into one: man, woman, animal, howling static, an abrasive mix of all the worst sounds you could imagine. Each syllable made my head throb. I wanted to clap my hands over my ears, but that would mean letting go of my gun, and I sure as hell wasn’t doing that. So I stood there and endured the voices with gritted teeth.
The Inspector seemed unaffected by the grating sound. “Why I’m here is none of your concern,” he said to the figure behind the screen. “What I want to know is how you got here, and why you’re killing these people.”
The shark-like smile curved upwards in an arc that would have stretched the limits of any human face. “Because they have hands,” the voice said. “Because they have feet, and tongues, and brains, and I am not so gifted.” Static rushed in, and the voice dropped an octave. “But you wouldn’t know, would you? Mr. Too-Good-to-Walk-Around-in-a-Flesh-Suit?”
“You didn’t answer my first question,” the Inspector said. “How did you get through the rift?”
The figure opened its mouth, but instead of speaking, a chorus of game show bells came ringing out. “Oooh! That is the wrong question!” said a tinny announcer’s voice. “Please step inside the box to await your punishment.” Then, canned laughter from an invisible audience.
“Box? What is it talking about?” I asked.
The laughter cut out. The figure on the screen whipped its head around so fast the image blurred for a moment, and even though it had no eyes, I knew it was looking at me. The mouth opened again and a long, orange tongue licked the tips of those razor sharp teeth.
“The brave detective,” said a new voice, and I nearly dropped the gun, because it was Ruth. The thing inside the TV had captured her voice to a T. I felt my hands grow numb around the pistol, but I kept it aimed at the screen.
“You’re not my wife,” I said. “You can cut the shit now, because I’m not falling for it.”
“Of course I’m not your wife,” said the familiar voice. “I’m better than her. You love each other but your flesh suits keep you separate. I can be in you - with you - in ways she never could. I can bring you unity. Intimacy like you’ve never known. I can be every rush of euphoria, every surge of happiness. You want that. Don’t you?”
Of course not, I wanted to say, but my lips wouldn’t move, and neither would the rest of my body, for that matter; every muscle had gone rigid. The voice continued to murmur sweet nothings in my ear, and then I felt it - something cool, airy, and sticky crawling into my ear canal, digging invisible claws into the flesh.
“No!” the Inspector bellowed, and the glass pane shattered inward, sprinkling jagged shards across the floor. The TV set flew backwards and crashed against the wall. As the screen cracked, I felt the invisible presence vanish from my ear, and all at once my muscles turned to Jello. My weakened body slumped against the nearest pile of wires. A patch of moss brushed my hand and pain instantly shot down my arm. As I yanked it away, I saw that my skin had become red and inflamed, as if I’d touched it to a burner on the stove.
The overhead lights began to flicker, and a sudden whirring filled the room: the sound of an automatic door sliding open. At the far end of the studio, in a darkened corner we hadn’t noticed, a pair of men lurched out of the shadows. They moved with the same clumsy gait as the corpses from the country club. The Inspector almost didn’t see them in time, but he reacted quickly when he did, throwing the first body against the wall and kicking the second square in the chest. As the man staggered back, I lifted my gun and shot him between the eyes. Gray goo splattered across the wall of wires as the headless body slumped to the ground.
The shadows stirred, and I shouted, “There’s more of them!” I got to my feet and fired another couple of shots into the darkness. None of them hit home, but in the flash of gunfire, I saw about five or six other figures hobbling toward us. The Inspector pulled out his own gun and fired at lightning speed, taking out three of the corpses in less than a second. But they were coming still, even the ones missing chunks from their skull, and our ammo wouldn’t last forever.
“This way!” the Inspector yelled suddenly, grabbing me by the arm and dragging me down a side hall. The wires here were thick as boa constrictors and there were more TV sets strewn across the ground, each displaying the same dark, grinning face. Staticky voices drifted up from them as we passed.
Barbasol is the number one way to soothe your existential dread of the fleshy prison you call your body!
And it’s one! Two! Three strikes you’re dead at the old - ball - game!
It’s raining blood and guts out there, folks, chunks of viscera dropping from the sky! Bring an umbrella and a vomit bucket to work.
Inspector, Inspector, the monster detector. Does your friend know who you really are? Does he know the things you’ve done?
The Inspector responded to this last taunt by smashing in the closest TV screen with the toe of his boot. The canned laughter that followed had something dark and heaving in the background, like the sound of a grizzly bear throwing up. I could feel my ears burning again but there was nothing I could do except run, run, run.
Finally the two of us burst out of the hall and into the fresh air of the night. I wanted to book it to the cruiser and get the hell out of there, but the Inspector held me back. “Look!” he said. We were standing underneath the radio tower. Up close, I saw that every beam was teeming with purple moss. Dangling from the center in a sticky blue cocoon was a shape I can only describe as an enormous human heart.
Scraping footsteps echoed from the hallway behind us. I pivoted and fired a few shots back into the darkness, but they went wild, the demonic voice laughing as the bullets ricocheted off the walls. The walking corpses were almost on top of us and I couldn't understand why the Inspector was holding me still.
“When I say run,” he said suddenly, “I want you to head straight for the cruiser. Do you understand?”
“What about you?” I asked, firing another bullet. This time it sunk into a meaty shoulder, but otherwise did little to slow the body down.
The Inspector spun me around so that we were staring eye to eye. His purple irises flashed an alarming shade of red that I'd never seen before, matching the cloud of crimson smoke billowing from his cigar.
“DO YOU UNDERSTAND?” he barked.
I nodded. What else could I do?
As the walking bodies grew closer, the Inspector stepped away from me and tore the cigar from his mouth. I say “tore” because the thing came free with a great ripping sound, like someone pulling off a band-aid; the noise was so harsh it made me wince. The tip of the cigar ignited like the head of a massive match. Then, as I watched, the Inspector drew back his arm and launched the cigar through the air at the dangling blue heart.
It flew like a torpedo, changing its shape in a subtle way I still can't describe; one second I was looking at a cigar, and the next I simply wasn't. The glowing object struck the center of the cocoon and exploded on impact. Hot white fire spread along the tendrils of moss, turning the tower into a fiery beacon against the sky. Bits of hot debris rained around me, singeing my skin, and I realized the Inspector was shouting for me to run.
I raised an arm to shield my face as I rushed through the blaze. The fire was spreading fast, unnaturally fast, and for a scary moment I thought it had surrounded me on all sides. Then a hole opened in the flames and I darted toward it. The sleeves of my uniform were still alight after I staggered through, so I flung myself onto the ground and rolled back and forth in the wet grass, trying to stifle the flames.
A guttural shriek made me look up from where I was rolling. The radio tower had turned into a blazing white pillar, with the writhing heart caught in the center. There was no sign of the bodies that had been chasing us - or of the Inspector, for that matter. I lay still in the grass as the shriek rose a few octaves, becoming less and less human, before reaching its highest pitch and dissolving into a final mess of static.
That was the moment the radio tower sank in on itself like a drooping wet sandcastle. The flashing beacon at the top collapsed into the center with an almighty crash, bringing the entire structure down, causing great embers to leap outward and spark against the grass. I rose to my knees and felt for my gun. Nothing should have been able to survive that collapse. But if a set of charred, flaming bodies came staggering out of the wreckage… well, god forbid I be caught with my guard down.
I waited for three minutes for something - anything - to emerge from the ruins, but when a shape finally appeared among the flames, I held my fire. It was the Inspector. His seven foot silhouette melted out of the fire as easily as someone might slip through a light waterfall. Before I could ask him if he was okay, he knelt down and picked something small off the ground. The flames came rushing inward as if sucked by a great vacuum, billowing over themselves until they spiraled down, down into the thin shape the Inspector held in his hand. When he brought the cigar to his mouth again, it was glowing bright - but the blaze behind him had vanished. There wasn't even a single spark left behind.
“Jesus,” I breathed. “Did you kill it?”
The Inspector nodded. Behind him, the crispy patches of purple moss were decaying into puddles of goop, much like the stuff inside the radio victims’ skulls. The bodies that had been chasing us were barely more than charcoal. My own skin was red and inflamed - between the moss and the flaming debris, I wouldn’t have been surprised if I had a few third degree burns - but at least I’d made it out. At least I was alive. In a job like this, you’re grateful for whatever miracles you can get.
“That fire must have been seen for miles,” I said. “We should get the hell out of here before somebody comes to investigate.”
“Agreed.” The Inspector stuffed his hands into his coat pockets and glided away from the wreckage, leaving me to follow in his wake. This time I was the one to slip into the driver’s seat. I kept the headlights low and stuck to the side roads, and when the trees lit up with the flashing strobe of another police car, I slipped off the curb and waited in the shadows. The cruiser zipped past us unaware, its sirens blaring.
“The broadcast is dead,” I said. “So does that mean this is over? No more brain-melting zombie waves?”
The Inspector frowned. “Yes and no. I don’t think our friend in the TV set will be bothering us anymore. But there’s still the question of how it got here in the first place, which is my biggest worry right now.”
“What do you mean?”
“I mean that old station was supposed to be abandoned - no wires, no speakers, no functioning equipment. But somebody restocked the place since Marcy and the others relocated. Somebody unknowingly - or knowingly - gave that thing a home. A base of operations.” He turned to look at me in the darkness. “If there’s someone out there letting beings through the rift on purpose, and giving them the tools to survive on this side of the veil… we should all be worried. This could be so much bigger than a single rogue time eater or a brain-hungry hive mind.”
The thought had crossed my own mind already, and it only made me more uneasy to hear the Inspector vocalize it. The trees around us burst into flashes of color as a wailing fire truck zoomed past. I wondered what the officers would make of the collapsed tower, the charred bodies, the heaps of old radios and TVs. It must have been like walking into an episode of the Twilight Zone.
“What did that thing mean?” I asked. “The thing in the TV set. It asked if I knew who you really were. If I knew the things you’ve done.”
The Inspector didn’t speak for a moment, but his cigar smoke took on a thin, wispy quality. His eyes had faded back to that unusual shade of purple. He still didn’t look quite human, but something of the monster in him had melted away, and he seemed strangely vulnerable sitting there in the passenger seat.
“I’ve lived a long life, Mark,” he said. “And when you’ve lived as long as I have, you look back on your early days with something less than pride - maybe even disgust at what you were, before you became what you are. You’ll have to forgive me for not wanting to dwell too long on those old days.” He breathed out a single smoke ring. “Not yet, at least.”
“Fair enough,” I said. “But one day you and I are going to have a chat.”
If this prospect worried the Inspector, he didn’t show it. He simply reached into the pocket of his coat and withdrew a rectangular slip of plastic. “Here,” he said, passing it to me. I turned it over in my hands. The surface was reflective, so I could see my own face, but nothing else; the card itself was blank.
“That’s my calling card,” the Inspector said. “I try to keep my eyes open for any sort of disturbance in the Glade, but sometimes I miss things. So if you’re tracking something dangerous - something more than just a human criminal - and you need my help, ignite that card.”
“Ignite?” I said, raising an eyebrow.
“Trust me,” he replied. “I’ll come as soon as I can.”
I shrugged and tucked the card into my pocket. “Hopefully we get a breather first,” I said. “This was a messy one. I don't know how I'm going to explain this in my reports.”
“You'll think of something,” the Inspector said distantly. “If you don't mind, Mark, I think I'd like to walk back on my own. Just to clear my head. You understand.”
“Are you sure?” I asked. “It's a long walk back to the station.”
The Inspector smiled. “I think I'll be okay.” He opened the door and stepped out into the night. Before leaving, he placed a hand on the frame and said, “We did well tonight.”
“Are you kidding?” I said. “You did well. That thing with the exploding cigar was insane. Maybe one of these days I’ll save your bacon instead of the other way around.”
His smile grew a fraction. Then he closed the door, gentler than I expected, and strolled off toward the moonlit horizon.
Before I revved the engines and began the journey back to the station, I watched the Inspector wander down that stretch of road. Part of me expected his body to just vanish as soon as he got too far, dissolving into mist; but he didn't. He remained a lonely figure with his hands tucked into his pockets and his fedora bowed. And I realized, then, that something the monster had said had struck home with him. It was hard to imagine someone like the Inspector being hurt by such a trivial taunt. But he was hurting. I could see that now.
I wished I knew why, wished I could talk to him, but this wasn't the time to push it. He'd tell me when he was good and ready. In the meantime, there was nothing else to do but get back to my desk and try to bury this whole case in mounds upon mounds of paperwork.
That was the plan, anyway. When I got back to my office, Marconi was waiting for me by my desk. She was chewing her customary wad of gum so furiously I thought she might crack a tooth.
“Marconi,” I said, wrinkling my brow. “What are you –?”
She slapped me across the face, hard enough to make my jaw sting. I raised a hand to my cheek and half-expected to draw away blood. I’d seen Marconi pissed before, but never to this extent; her eyes burned with anger and her lips were drawn in a definite scowl.
“Hannigan,” she seethed. “I told you to call me the second you got a tip on this case. Now you stumble back in here reeking of smoke with burns all over your skin. You want to tell me what kind of shit you’ve been up to behind my back?”
“Jesus, Marconi, I’m sorry,” I said. Talking was painful; every syllable made my jaw throb. “Things escalated quickly. The Inspector and I were forced to act on a sudden lead and I forgot to call you in the confusion. It’s nothing personal.”
“You think I was born yesterday?” she said. “Much as it pains me to admit, you’ve got a good head on your shoulders, Hannigan. You don’t just forget things. For some reason you’re keeping me out of these investigations and I want to know why.”
I remained silent. My jaw hurt too much to talk and I wasn’t sure I had an answer for her anyway.
“I’m a big girl. I can protect myself,” she said. “So don’t feed me any bullshit about ‘keeping me safe.’ If anything, you need me. You boys would have been toast if I hadn’t stepped in up in the Bluffs.” She took a step closer to me, and I thought I saw some of the anger dwindle in her eyes. “I just want to help, Mark. Why won’t you let me help?”
I met her gaze. It was surprisingly hard; maintaining eye contact with Marconi was like staring into a bright light for too long. “Look, I know I haven't exactly been open with you,” I said. “It's just, these cases, with the Inspector - they're different. Weirder than anything I've ever seen. If you really want in, I guess I can't stop you. But if you open this door, there’s no closing it. And you may not like what you find on the other side.”
She snapped her gum and smirked. “You always had a melodramatic streak, you know that?” she said. “But don't patronize me, Hannigan. I know we're up against some dangerous shit. I saw that thing up on the Bluffs, and if there's anything even half as crazy still running around out there, it's my duty to stop it. It's our duty. So promise me. Promise you'll call me the second this Inspector of yours comes on the scene.”
What could I say? Marconi was one hell of a cop, and truth be told, it was better to have her around. Aside from some archaic sense of chivalry, there was really no reason to keep her out of this.
“I promise,” I said. “But Jesus, Marconi, lay off the physical violence next time. My jaw’s still stinging.”
She smiled and slapped me again - this time on the shoulder. “I’m just glad your sorry ass is still alive,” she said. “Now go home and wash up. You’ve got plenty of reports to file tomorrow.”
“Yes ma'am,” I replied.
Marconi left, leaving behind the faintest whiff of bubblegum, and I decided to call it a night. My body was burnt all over and I was in desperate need of a shower. Plus Ruth and the boys would be waiting for me back home.
I don't get nights off too often, but when I do, it's usually a quiet affair. A beer with dinner, TV with the boys, and maybe a little fun with Ruth if we're both not exhausted from work. Tonight, though, would be different. The thought of doing anything physical made my entire body ache, and after what had happened at the station I wanted to steer clear of television for a while. So maybe this would be a quiet one. Just a peaceful night in with the people I loved.
After such a long, chaotic day, I think I deserved that much.
#3: Remember Me
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2018.06.13 20:32 yeshenny 💃🕵️‍♀️ Reddit's Drag Race Season 4 - Episode 3: "She-lock Hennies" PART 2

As the teams gather together to start planning their performances, the topic of discussion among Team Starry takes an interesting turn…
“I feel like we need to make the choreo and dialogue funny, or the judges are just gonna be bored to death.” Ruby points out, trying to work out the direction they should go for. “But do we really?” Bridgette questions. “Honey the basics of theatre are comedy and drama, and don’t try to tell me the other team won’t shoehorn every joke they can into every single move. I feel like we should go for a dramatic route to contrast the OBVIOUS comedic route they will go for.” “I mean, I guess you’re right, we need to be smarter than that. I think it’s risky but if you really think it’s gonna work I’m willing to give it a shot.” “Great! I mean besides, just look at them… They might have better dancers, but we’re going to have much better chemistry.” “I feel like they’re going to try to do a lot.” Kitty chimes in. “Yeah, I’m sorry but they’re gonna struggle.” Ruby purses her lips and side eyes the team across the room. “So guys, about this script…” Creolla softly taps her pen on an empty piece of paper. “I agree about the chemistry thing. Anyway, what are you guys going to do for the runway?” Starry asks inquisitively rummaging her wardrobe and showing off what look she’ll be serving to her teammates.
Meanwhile…
“Hey guys!” Mandala calls for everyone’s attention as her team gathers around her. “I know the team leader swap twist was super shady, but it’s not like I didn’t want to work with any of you, that’s just how the cookie crumbled. I actually really look forward to this collaboration! Oh, and some people have said I needed to work on how I present myself, so I’ll try to not be as ‘harsh’ as I can usually be!” The morale in the team seems high. “That’s good to hear! Now, do we have any ideas for story or plot, anything?” Hettie goes straight to business. “I’m not a very good dancer, so I could maybe play up being an older character?” “Hmm…” The team thinks a bit, and Mandala replies back. “What about we do something centered around a drag show dressing room? Like, you could be the old bitter matron kween.” “Ooh I like that! And Caprice can be a younger queen known for dancing, considering her dance skill.” “I can work with that.” Caprice nods. “And since Mandala’s known for being a bitch, she should be the evil mastermind.” The team laughs, and continues working. But Seraphina doesn’t seem pleased with how she has been cast. “I don’t know guys, I played an instagram star last week and we all know how that turned out… I think I should be showing some more versatility or I’ll risking ending up in the bottom.” “Oh, don’t worry.” Mandala ignores Sera’s plea. “Just make sure it’s more deadpan and artsy and not an obnoxious teenager and it’ll be alright. Besides, we’ve already worked out the plot around it. Alright everyone, make sure to write down your lines and choreo into the script, we’re going up on stage soon!”
After the performances on the mainstage, as the queens are getting ready for the runway…
“Sera, what the fuck was that about!? Why’d you go off script? We didn’t need your ass trying to steal attention in every single scene.” Mandala drags Seraphina. “Bitch, I didn’t go off script! It’s all in there.” She defends herself. “What? Not when I checked last, and I’ve been going through it like non stop trying to clean up after everyone. Who had it last?” Hettie points at Caprice. Mandala storms over to her, as she’s holding the script in her hands, and snatches it from her. She skims through it, and grunts heavily. “Why didn’t anyone say anything??” A few chairs away, Ruby nudges Bridgette. “Look, told you so!” She whispers. Caprice shrugs. “I don’t know girl, I can’t read. I just wanted to show it to the producers on time.” “See, it’s not my fault. Besides, it’s really unfair for you to say I was trying to steal attention when you are already in every single bit, Mandala.” Sera retorts, as Mandala takes a deep breath. “Ok, I overreacted, I’m sorry… I still don’t think you played the character we agreed on, but it is what it is.” Since tensions are still quite high, Christie walks over and clears up the air a bit. “...So guys, don’t worry! What’s done is done. Let’s just focus on our runways right now, ok?” Mandala hugs her before continuing with her makeup. “Thanks Christie, love you!”
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The lights flash on the mainstage, as Mayday performs a jacked up version of her Call me Mother choreo, finishing with a death drop. The judges panel, including Mayday, gives a standing ovation. “Brava, brava!” Mayday’s lookalike, dressed in bangs and sunglasses to avoid the spook, bows and walks out. The judges laugh for a while, before it goes awkwardly silent. Bianca pokes Mayday with her elbow. “Oh shit!” She springs up, getting up on stage to do the introduction.
“Welcome, distinguished guests, to the grand Dragráce Theater!” She speaks the last words with feigned splendor and an uppity tone. “Tonight, our queens were tasked to prepare a choreographed mystery solving performance, and on the runway, they’ll be serving wet rags to riches as they model their Broadway inspired looks in pouring rain! Now, start your engines, and may the best fake fake woman… Win!”
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TEAM MANDALA: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YY0lxwsIWSscCa1YnSKpRJWd7nXDxkaBHN3lSCyCoIw/edit?usp=sharing
TEAM STARRY: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n46vBArJx4YOzkQPYiVlvagtpxhFZiXAKB6oV5oFj5c/edit?usp=sharing
RUNWAYS:
Bridgette Antoinette
Runway: Follies (Inspiration: https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2011/11/21/follies-loveland_wide-50df26052ae98dab84f9fb4ecb872791d8e56610-s900-c85.jpg)
In order to create the silhouette in your minds before describing the look, Bridgette’s runway look can be dissected as an extravagant headpiece (where there is a bowl on top), as well as a cinched leotard, which is contrasted by huge hips created by the pannier garment, that is attached to a skirt that flows behind her.
The first main aspect of Bridgette look is her headpiece and wig. No Follies ‘Loveland’ look would be complete without a glamorous headpiece. Bridgette’s headpiece is glittery and red. The silhouette of the headpiece will be described before mentioning its function. The headpiece is tall and thin, and at the top of it, there is a bowl. Coming out of the bottom of the bowl are three tubes - one of these is at the base and is how the headpiece is connected to Bridgette’s head, but the other two tubes come out at the side of the bowl, like tusks, but are cut off. These two tubes are used in order to divert the water pouring onto Bridgette by creating two waterfalls at either side of her, achieving a mesmerising look as well as keeping her dry. Her wig is grey and is intertwined with the base of the headpiece, twisting it around the headpiece’s stand. Decorated into the wig are miniscule red gems.
Moving down, the next aspect of the look is her leotard. Her leotard is a perfect nude illusion, which covers from her pussy to her fingertips. There are gems clustered on the leotard where her breasts and vagina are to cover them up. Also her arms are covered in red, glittery gems in order to make it look as if she is wearing gloves, which fade into the nude with a gradient. Her waist is cinched to look the same size as a child’s head.
This is contrasted with the next aspect of her outfit, which is the pannier waist. This caged pannier allows Bridgette’s silhouette to look skinnier as it sticks out so much compared to her cinched waist. The caged pannier is covered by a shimmering red, vinyl skirt. The skirt is open at the front, to show her outfit to the full, but reaches the floor at the back. The curve of the pannier allows the rain to flow straight down it and along the waterproof skirt. She is wearing a ‘lobster claw’ heel to protect her feet from the rain and to stick to the concept. The shoe is a metallic red.
The look is accessorised with a ruby choker necklace. Her makeup is garish, she is wearing a red glitter lip, her usual harsh, long black eyelashes which are on top of her extravagant red eye makeup, which has been applied to make her eyelids look bigger - making her eyes look more shut, to create a sleazier appearance.
CONFESSIONAL: My look tonight is based off of the broadway show ‘Follies’, in particular during the Loveland song. It’s during this scene that the gray, dull atmosphere of the film is beridden by beautiful, vivid colours. Also their outfits scream Antoinette… hello?! My favourite part of this look is the headpiece, the way the water falls out like an artificial waterfall, gorgeous!
Caprice Sun
Caprice stands at the start of the runway proud and fierce, her image that of a cat. She wears a glistening fur overcoat, with fluffy fur along the rim of the coat and the cuffs. Gold glitter is painted over the tips of the fur, which is coloured a bright brunette, and is primped to perfection, giving that perfect volume and fullness to the rim. On her lower half are tight leggings, made from tulle, creating a swirling illusion of golden blond and brunette. Her mug is completely transformed into a cat. Her lips are a dark glossy red, giving the appearance of leather feline lips, yet also inferring sensuality and luxury. Around her nostrils is black also, and her eyes are fierce cat eyes, with a sharp black cut crease and a golden eye shadow. Her skin is white, with a sharp contour, emphasising her cat-like appearance. Her wig is also brunette. The styling is wild, like a mane, yet sharp, sticking outwards at two point to resemble cat-ears. As she enters the runway, Caprice poses, as if in front of camera and the paparazzi. She stands at the entrance for a while, spinning and absorbing the glory and attention she is getting. Her smile is wide and hopeful as steps forward on the rainway. With each step, her confidence dwindles, and her posture loosens. The light colours and glitter on her outfit melt away as the rain soaks her coat and legs, leaving only dim and musky shades of brown and grey. Her hair falls from structured and sharp to lumpy and tattered, and her hug melts away, to reveal the bare face of the cat, dark black circles around her eyes, contrasting the ghost white of her skin. Actual cat ears are visible now, sticking out from the now-collapsed wig. When Caprice hits the centre of the runway, she unbuttons the coat to reveal a drab, tattered dress, and a damaged blue square, with the word “WIN” in white crossed. The rain hits the blue square, causing the dark blue to melt away, revealing a teal colour, with the word “HIGH” on it instead. Caprice continues to the right of the runway, swaying solemnly. She lifts her square up to the light, as if offering a trade for freedom. Unsuccessful, her arm drops, and she shuffles over to the right, where she spins, attempting to feel some beauty within herself, but giving up and becoming flustered and tired. She returns to the centre, where she simply pulls back one of her sleeves, extending the bare arm, as if asking the judges to touch her. She returns to the entrance, casting away her blue square and looks to her right, as a bright light shines, beckoning her. Entranced, she walks towards it and disappears from sight. *CONFESSIONAL** My inspiration for this runway is the story of Grizabella from Cats. She was at the top of her game, then it was taken from her, and now all she wants is to rest. I felt that rejection last week when I was given a penalty, but just like Grizella, I will get what I wished for. I’m reaching out to the judges with my cheap, polyester coat and dress and asking them to touch me, and feel the passion I have for this competition.
Christie Hannity
Christie walks out onto the runway in a blond bob, a black miniskirt and comically over sized purple blazer with small green rhinestones on it that from a distance look like Chia seeds. Her beat consists of a deep red lip and heavy red eyeliner with green blush blended with highlighter on her cheeks. She has her hands hidden behind her back. She walks out and stands with her head down. As the rain begins to fall, she looks up dramatically, looking like shes about to cry out in pain. When she is sufficiently soaked, she brings her hands up in the air. Her sleeves have a dark green, grass like fabric "growing" up them, overtaking the seed like rhinestones on her blazer sleeves. She places her hands over her face, then looks out at the judges in horror. She clutches her chest in pain, then falls to her knees and rolls over before jumping up and tearing away her blazer and skirt. Underneath, she is wearing a bright green knee length dress embroidered with vines. There is a large prop resembling Audrey II bursting from her chest covered in fake blood, resembling the scene from "Alien". The head has a large heart in its fanged jaw. Her dress also has a few pretty flowers sewn into it, which are now soiled with the fake blood which now runs across her entire body due to the rain. On her shoulder she has placed several Venus Flytraps and vines which coil across her shoulder and upper arm. She then removes her wig, revealing a red and green pussycat wig, and smudges her makeup with her hands, which have green fingerless mesh gloves on them and red and green painted nails. After the reveal, she is able to walk the runway for a few moments before the rain and fake blood smudge her outfit and makeup, making her look like something out of a haunted house. At the end of the runway, she makes the rock and roll hand sign, sticks out her tongue, and kicks some water up in front of her before exiting. CONFESSIONAL: For my runway, I decided to take inspiration from Little Shop of Horrors, emphasis on the horrors. I'm using my love of the Alien franchise and my love of theatricality to give you a true Broadway stunner! Naturally, I knew I had to use the plant concept with the rain to give the fantasy of a green monster growing out of me and stealing my heart, just like Audrey II stole all of our hearts in the play.
Creolla Azzedine
MUSICAL: The Phantom of the Opera Creolla’s look is, at first, covered by a big black cape. Only her black leather gloves and boots staying visible. She looks down as she starts to walk down the runway, her visage covered by a big black hat and her dark hair in a bun underneath it. The runway is all wet, what makes she slip and fall on the runway. Now her heavy cape is out and her full look revealed. Half of her body is covered by a marble-white structure of plastic that went from covering half of her face till down her knee, molded in the shape of her body. In the middle of the structure, a deep red flesh tone mark, symbolizing the Phantom’s wound pops to the eye. Projecting from it, stripes of velour would form the half of a waistcoat followed by a black suit and black tailored pants, in an asymmetrical look. Her of her face is covered by the mask and the other one has a light layer of prosthetics that would form a beautiful face painted to perfection with black lipstick and severe contouring but that melted down with the rain, revealing the burned skin underneath it, even going down to her neck.
Exseraphina
Seraphina can be seen at the start of the runway, shyly looking down but also smiling vastly when she sees the judges. Her hair was a dirty-blonde afro, a series of blonde highlights occasionally on the curls. Her makeup was quite mute, apart from overpowered pink blush which was dabbled on her apple like cheeks, and bold red lipstick imprinted onto her large lips. She wore a black velvet, off the shoulder vest that was tucked into a red and white polkadot panelled skirt, the same pattern appearing on her side-wrap tie, showing cohesiveness. Her four inch heels were a bold red also, making her taller and emphasising how thin stature she was, the vest holding tightly onto her cinched waist. She begins to walk the runway, the rain pouring down her as she twirls relentlessly, shaking her shoulders and dancing to the beat in her head. The red-powdered colour dye began to run off her skirt, draining out the colour to a shade of black, her looking down and frowning at the skirt. She begins to lose her positivity, the powerful stride and dance moves she had before. Pulling off the skirt in anger, she threw it to the side and underneath were tight, black pants were. She’d dance and turn around the runway, her actions more cocky and confident and oblivious to any hate, shaking around the stage and walking alongside no fear. Before she’d leave the stage, she’d pick through her afro to find a cigarette, placing it on her lip and blowing before leaving the stage.
Hettie Ro Phobic
Hettie walks out onto the runway in what can only be described as a thick cloak of back fabric that she holds tightly to her skin. Written on it in a colorful graffiti style painting are words such as “faggot” and “yankee go home”. Because she has not stepped out into the rain yet her hair and makeup are still pristine. Her hair is perfectly wrapped in two blonde curls pinned to the top of her head (https://imgur.com/a/zSpOKRf). Her eyebrows are neatly done and she has light blue glitter eyeshadow to go with her cherry red lip. As she steps out onto the runway she tears off the cloak to reveal a denim two piece outfit bedazzled for the gods. The top is a short denim vest clinging tightly to her curves with white stones all over the hems. She has stitched on a broken heart to the top, but it is on her right side, not the left. The jacket is paired with a mini skirt with an american flag front and two hands painted on her ass designed to look like they’re groping her. (https://imgur.com/a/X6s2Z7x) The skirt/vest combo is paired with a tight black fetish boot that goes just below her knee. As the rain continues to fall her outfit gets soaked and her makeup begins to drip down her face. As she nears the end of the runway she tears off the denim to reveal her true form. Her body is naked and shivering with makeup dripping down her chest. Her eyeshadow is dripping down her face and her lip is smudged as if she tried to remove them from her to reveal who she really is. The only clothing she has on is a tight latex underwear keeping her bits trapped and constrained. This is the most vulnerable Hettie has ever been, showing off her true unmodified body and her emotions truly for the first time. She looks fragile and afraid as she finishes the runway with nothing but the tight undergarments holding her together. You can see the beauty and the passion she puts into what she is, yet on the inside you know that there is just that frail person holding it all together.
CONFESSIONAL: My outfit tonight was done in three parts like a show. Hedwig means so much to me because it helped me better understand my gender identity and what beauty truly is. The final part of this runway is the most venerable I have ever been, showing off who I truly am. I hope the judges love it.
Mandala Karma
Mandala’s runway is a recreation of one of Christine Ebersole’s looks as Elizabeth Arden in the musical War Paint (here on the right). To mimic the black dress she is in a black V-neck pantsuit, but instead of being made out of regular fabric it is made out of a matte rubber material. The diagonal floral pattern is recreated as yellow accents in the material. Her shoes are glamorized high shine rubber boots with a high heel, and her gloves are regular tight fitting black dish gloves. The hair and makeup is done quite similar, only her hair is her signature black and the makeup is more exaggerated since it’s drag, after all, while still keeping that old Hollywood feel. Her hat is almost the same, only it is larger, it has a slight indentation along the edge and the fringe is not visible at first.
She walks out on the runway with a smile on her face, looking the softest she’s ever looked. She continues her strut through the pouring rain, completely unbothered. What isn’t caught by her hat immediately runs off the smooth rubber surface of her garment. When she’s almost up to the center of the stage, water starts spilling off the edge of her hat, having filled up the indent. As soon as she notices this she twirls, which releases the water from the top of her head in a swirling pattern. Along with it comes the fringe, which is a bit different from the original, as it is shorter in the front and longer in the back (kind of like a smooth bob, but in fringe version. The front reaches to her forehead but the back reaches to around chest length) and with some blue rhinestones along the fringe to resemble the rain. She finishes her walk with continued grace, twirling one more time before exiting.
CONFESSIONAL: I know I’m taking a risk by doing something more recent and not as well known, but I actually saw this musical last year on Broadway while on holiday, and I loved it so much I knew I had to do it. This look is something very different from what I usually do, but I still put my own spin on it and I love how it works with the rain, so I hope the judges like it as much as I do!
Ruby Jubilee
Runway Inspo: https://cbsnews1.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/2017/05/20/1b4fc5b8-c581-49d6-b112-969d22a88a8c/thumbnail/620x350/6aba0962e96fa207625ccf352e101bff/bette-midler-hello-dolly-julieta-cervantes-promo.jpg As Ruby turns the corner, the light hits her dress just right. Inspired by the titular number and costume of Hello Dolly!, Ruby is wearing a ruby red gown that is dripping in red crystals that sparkle underneath the lights. Her cinched in waist and breastplate gives a lot of shape to the gown, hugging every curve, with the silhouette matching pinup girls of the 1950’s. The gown hits the floor, with rows of crystals cascading from her bust to the floor, concealing a pair of black patent leather pumps. The top of the dress is off the shoulder, exposing her shoulders, with the top laying underneath her collarbones, with more red crystals adorning the edge. The cut continues into sleeves, however these stop just under her armpit. She’s also wearing white silk gloves, that go from her elbow to her fingertips. Each finger is wearing a different ring, bedazzled with rubies and diamonds. Her breastplate sides are concealed by an exaggerated silver lexie choker, that cascades down her chest. Her makeup is a bold red lip, and a silver eye with red glitter. She also wears silver crystal earrings, hanging and swaying with each walk. Her hair is a platinum blond pussy cat wig, however, she wears an exaggerated red feather headdress, resembling a semicircle of red feathers. As she walks slowly, she maintains her balance on the slippery runway, striking a pose at every end of the runway. As she reaches the back of the stage again, she blows a kiss to the judges before strutting off stage. CONFESSIONAL This is PURE Ruby Jubilee. IT’s showgirl, it’s theatrical, it’s everything you’d expect to see me wearing. And the judges know this is right. Hello Dolly is a classic musical, and it’s one of the first movies I remember watching on VHS. Damn, I’m pretty fucking old. Maybe that movie turned me gay??
Starry Wisdom
Dressed in a look inspired by Dr. Dillamond from Wicked, Starry strides onto the runway wearing a red vest over a white button-down shirt, a large brown hoopskirt, and a fluffy burnt-orange cropped jacket. On her hands are hooflike gloves and on her feet are anti-gravity hoof boots with rubber soles. Her hair is gray, wavy, and teased and backcombed, and there are two goatlike prosthetic horns sticking out from her forehead. Her makeup is done in neutral shades of brown, her lashes are long, and she has contacts in that make her eyes look like a goat’s. She also has a small gray beard on her chin and her waist is as cinched as it can be. She walks down the runway in a dignified manner, but when she gets to the end of the runway, she rips off her hoopskirt to reveal that the crinoline is actually a cage, complete with a door and a large lock. She looks down at the now-removed hoopskirt and then at the crinoline with an expression of horror on her face and then holds up the hoopskirt to show the audience, revealing that the inner lining has the words, “Animals Should Be Seen and Not Heard” written on it in huge red letters. She holds the skirt up to her face and sobs into it, the rain beginning to make her makeup run, and then hurriedly runs offstage in shame.
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“Alright ladies, we’ve made our decision.” Bianca begins. “It will surely come as no surprise to most of you, but this week, you will be judged….. In teams.” Mayday continues. “As most of you probably know, Kitty had to drop out of the competition due to personal reasons.” “But, the show must go on. We will therefore continue with judging this week as per usual, which means that someone will be eliminated tonight.” “But, before that, it’s time to announce the winning team.” “Yes, and the winning team of this week’s challenge is…”
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“But, only one of you will be the winner of the challenge, so let’s move on to critiques.”
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“Mandala, I must say, another great week from you. I really loved you as the Elite Queen, I thought it was the perfect role for you and you slaayed us with those moves!” Bianca begins. “Yes, excellent work!” Mayday continues. “As team leader your position was a bit shaky as you didn’t quite manage to meet eye to eye with all your teammates, but I think you made a genuine effort, and you definitely put in a lot of work to make your team’s performance cohesive.” “Rain Rain, Rain Rain Rain!” Rain speaks like a pokémon. “I completely agree. As for your runway, I like it. The idea to make it out of rubber was genius, but dare I say the look itself is a little basic? But that’s probably just because I really love the colorful and more out-there looks that you’ve served so far.” Elle fills in. “Personally, I’m totally in love with this look, from the inspiration to the execution, and I appreciate that you’re making an effort to serve different types of looks. And the way you flung around the water while you spun… Gorgeous!” Mayday finishes.
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“Now, Christie Hannity! I really liked your personification of ‘DI Fierce’, it was funny and slapstick without going overboard.” Mayday begins. “Of course, you aren’t the best dancer, but you made do with what you have, and made it work for you.” Bianca continues. “I personally was a bit disappointed in your performance, I thought you could’ve done more to stand out considering you didn’t show up until act 2. But this runway is campy, glamorous, and bloody gorgeous!” Elle juxtaposes. “Rain Rain. Rain?”
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“Exseraphina, we know you struggled a bit with your team this week.” Bianca starts. “Yes, and to be honest out of your team your performance might have been the weakest. But, you at least tried to follow directions, and even though we had to see more of your failed attempts at twerking, it was a more enjoyable act than last week.” Mayday says. “I thought you were funny, just not the funniest. And some of your stuff did come off as a bit attention stealing, which can rub some people the wrong way. As for the runway, I like it, but it was a bit confusing since I didn’t get what your inspiration for it was.” Elle finishes. “Raaaaaain…”
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“Ah, Hettie Ro Phobic… What a difference from last week! I’m so proud that you seem to have worked your way out of your slump. Tonight you were funny, you had easily one of the funniest characters, and this runway… BIIIITCH!” Bianca gushes. “I completely agree about the runway, it’s such a toot for me.” Mayday picks up. “As for the challenge, of course your dancing isn’t exactly top notch, but your characterization was top notch. But, I wish you hadn’t let some of your teammates do some of your work for you.” “You probably made me laugh the most, Hettie, but as far as dancing goes you definitely paled in comparison with some of the others. I know you’re playing a grandma, but I think you could’ve done so much more. As for the runway, I haven’t seen Hedwig so I don’t know the reference, but I thought you finishing in a pair of latex panties was a bit of a disappointment.” “RAIN!”
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“Caprice, you also did really well this week. The broadway queen let you show off your skills perfectly, it was a joy to watch.” Bianca smiles. “I completely agree, and the amount of bulk work you put in to making your team’s script is commendable, although you need to learn how to stop, go do something else for a while, come back, reread, and rewrite. As for the runway… As soon as that reveal came, I was like “Oh no girl what is you doing?” Mayday’s tone turns harsh. “Doing the placement bar thing is so literal and unimaginative, plus it has already been done before, so it’s far from original at this point. It also fit so poorly with the rest of your look, both aesthetically and concept-wise. Do you really think we’re going to look at you being sad about having your placement lowered and feel sympathy? Actions speak louder than words, Caprice, especially if those words are ‘High’ and ‘Win’. I wish you would have just stuck to wet pussy and called it a day.” “I liked your performance, especially that duet with Mandala was killer, but I do kind of agree about the runway thing.” Elle finishes. “Rainainain…”
Alright, ladies, the winner of this weeks challenge is…
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“Alright, Team Starry… Your work this week wasn’t bad per se, but what really made our eyes twitch is that it was way too overambitious.” Mayday begins. “Right, girls. you were so focused on making a gag worthy performance that you didn’t once stop to think ‘will we actually be able to pull this off?’. And in the end, we have a routine made for a professional dance crew performed by a mostly sub-par crew.” Bianca continues. “Well, there’s no point dragging on, let’s just rip off the bandaid. The bottom two this week are…”
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“Ladies, prior to tonight you were asked to prepare a lip sync performance to Don’t Rain On My Parade, by Barbra Streisand. This is your last chance to impress us, and save yourselves from elimination. Good luck, and DON’T fuck it up!”
Alright girls, apologies for the rushed ending, I have to go to work. We will fill in critiques later. Good luck, Starry and Ruby, and condragulations once again to Mandala!
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2018.02.11 04:58 -TheInspector- Neverglades #2: Zombie Radio (Part 2)

Part 1
The Inspector rode with me to the radio station - whatever vehicle he’d used to get to the country club seemed to have vanished into thin air - and we spent most of the trip in silence. Being some kind of otherworldly, interdimensional being, he probably didn’t have much use for small talk. He didn’t say a word until we arrived at the station and got out of the cruiser, slamming the doors behind us.
“We don’t know what we’ll find in there,” he warned. “Whatever you do, Mark, don’t let go of your gun.”
I nodded and patted my holster. The doors opened for us automatically, and we strode into a cool, spacious lobby, with a receptionist’s deck and a few cushioned chairs. Photos of smiling radio execs lined the walls, along with a few pieces of Pacific Glade memorabilia: news clippings about local heroes, pictures of Lake Lucid at sunrise, even an old ham radio perched on a little shelf by the window. The floor was carpeted in a blue-and-white checkered pattern. As we approached the desk, the receptionist looked up from her computer and smiled at us.
“Can I help you, gentlemen?” she asked.
In response, the Inspector lifted some kind of badge – no idea where he’d gotten that from – and shoved it in the woman’s face. “FBI. We have a reason to believe one of your stations is broadcasting terrorist propaganda and we want it shut down. Now.”
The woman looked up at him, raising a quizzical eyebrow, and I fully expected her to protest or make a fuss. Instead, she asked, “What frequency is it?”
I shared a look with the Inspector. In the confusion back at the country club I don’t think either of us had taken a closer look at the radio’s call letters; we were too focused on shutting the damn thing up. Thankfully the Inspector spoke up before I could think up some half-assed explanation.
“The signal’s been bouncing from station to station, near as we can tell. It took us a long time to track it back to the source.” He stowed the badge back in his pocket and said, “Ma’am, this broadcast is a domestic threat. Several people have already been killed because of it. We need to shut it down before it can hurt anyone else.”
Damn, he was good. The woman still had a puzzled expression on her face, but she seemed to believe us, at any rate. She rose from the desk and led us over to a side door. We followed her into a dimly lit hallway with a few dark doorways and a single window at the end of the hall. A neon red ON AIR sign hovered above the first two doors. The receptionist brought us to the door at the far end, this one devoid of any sign, and rapped a few times on the frame. “Marcy!” she called softly. “There’s a couple of men here to see you.”
Light spilled into the hall as the door opened and a woman’s face peered out at us. It looked like we’d caught her in the middle of filling out paperwork. A decorative lamp on the desk lit up her dark skin and vivid blue business dress. She eyed me and the Inspector with some unease.
“Yes?” she said. “I’m wrapping up for the night. Is there something I can do for you?”
The Inspector flashed his badge again and recited the same bullshit story he’d told the receptionist. I expected her to get indignant and demand that we leave at once, but Marcy surprised me. “Terrorist propaganda,” she said, with a snort of laughter. “That’s a new one. Do you boys want to hear what we actually broadcast here?”
“Of course,” the Inspector answered, glancing warily at me. Marcy brought us to one of the ON AIR rooms and pushed the door open quietly. The space inside was divided by a large pane of soundproof glass. Behind it, two men in flannel shirts and headphones were having a conversation into a set of mics. Their voices issued from a mess of buttons and speakers on our side of the glass. Neither voice matched the sports announcer or the sultry baritone we’d heard at the country club.
“So, Alan, I heard you met a pretty young thing down at the Hanging Rock. Care to elaborate for our eager listeners?”
“Let me tell you, Joe, I haven't been this disappointed since Barbra Streisand didn't swallow.”
“You always were a nasty old dog, Alan.”
The older of the two men, Alan, made a jerking off gesture with his hand - presumably for the benefit of his costar, since of course the audience couldn't see it. Joe burst into a fit of laughter and said something about freaky women, but at that point my cheeks were red and I was trying not to listen.
“It may be garbage, but it’s harmless garbage,” Marcy said. She closed the door on the two men. “I don’t know where you got your information, officers, but we’re not broadcasting propaganda here. Just good old-fashioned bathroom humor.”
She went on, but I wasn’t listening. I’d just seen something through the window that had made my blood run cold. The Inspector hadn’t spotted it yet. He was staring at the closed door as if he was trying to burn holes in it with his eyes. Hell, maybe he was. I had no idea what he was capable of. His cigar smoke had taken on a shade of deep, cherry red.
“Did you used to have another station?” I cut in.
Marcy paused. “Ages ago, yes,” she said. “There’s a radio tower about a mile away. But it hasn’t been operational for almost ten years now. There was something wrong with the building - asbestos, I think.”
“I don’t know about asbestos,” I said, pointing to the window, “but I think you might be wrong about that tower.”
Everyone turned to look. In the distance, just close enough to see, a steady red light was blinking in the darkness. Beside me, I felt the Inspector tense up, his fingers growing tight around his fake badge.
Marcy frowned. “That can’t be possible,” she said. “We moved all the equipment to this station when we switched locations. There’s nothing left to broadcast over there.”
“It’s very possible,” the Inspector muttered. “And I think it’s safe to say we’ve found the source of the signal.” He stowed the badge in his coat pocket and strode off down the hallway, leaving me to hurry after him. I took a second to glance back at Marcy. A strange sheen had come over her eyes, and her face had grown solemn.
“Be careful over there,” she said.
Her concern caught me off guard. Even though she couldn’t know the truth, she could at least sense at the shape of it. Like anyone who grew up in the Glade, she understood that there was something fundamentally different about this place. Something… off. And she knew that whatever was behind that signal was bad news.
“We’ll be okay,” I replied. “Just doing our job.”
Normally I wouldn’t let another soul touch the wheel of my police cruiser, but the Inspector was already in the driver’s seat when I joined him outside, and I figured, what the hell. I wasn’t going to pick a fight with Detective Lovecraft. There was a lot more at stake tonight.
The Inspector pulled out of the parking lot, tires skidding, and sent us rocketing down the road toward the distant blinking tower. My seatbelt dug harshly into my shoulder blades. I pulled my phone out of my pocket, fully prepared to call Marconi, but found my fingers typing out another number instead. My wife answered on the third ring.
“Hello?”
“Hi honey, it’s me.” Tires rumbled in the background, and I asked, “Are you driving?”
“Um, yes,” she said. “I took the kids out for ice cream. I hope you don’t mind – you’ve been out so late, you know, and they were getting antsy.”
I could hear Rory arguing with Stephen in the backseat: the soundtrack of my life these days. But that wasn’t the only thing I heard. There was another voice in the car, a smooth male baritone announcing tomorrow’s weather.
“Do you trust me, babe?” I asked.
A pause. “You know I do.” Another pause, longer this time, and then: “Are you about to do something dangerous?”
“Don’t worry about me.” I glanced up at the radio tower, now looming closer than before, growing steadily in size as the car shot through the forest. “Just listen – turn off the radio and drive the boys straight home. Lock the doors and grab the baseball bat we keep under the bed. And whatever you do, don’t turn on the radio. I can’t stress that enough.”
My wife said nothing for a few seconds, and I wondered if she thought I was crazy. Then the announcer’s voice went dead. Rory and Stephen kept up their banter, oblivious to what was going on in the front seat.
“We’re almost home,” Ruth said. “I’ll make sure the boys stay inside. And Mark? Stay safe.”
“I always do,” I replied. It was a lie I’d uttered many times before, and would no doubt utter again. But that was just part of the job. We’d accepted a long time ago that tomorrow was never guaranteed.
“I love you,” she said, and the phone went silent in my ear. I lowered it to my lap and stared through the windshield. The tower jutted out from the trees before us like a great skeletal finger, stabbing at the clouds. The red light at its tip pulsed brightly in the growing darkness.
“We’re here,” the Inspector announced, and the old wooden structure appeared suddenly among the trees. Its windows were boarded up and most of the paint on the paneling had peeled away. By all rights the place should have been dead, but there was still that glowing light up top. It flashed in and out as it broadcasted its deadly signal across the Neverglades.
The Inspector brought the car to a stop, and I stepped out, slipping my cell phone into my pocket. Ruth and the kids would be all right. I was the one who needed to watch his back.
The front door was boarded up with a set of planks, but the Inspector tore them off with his bare hands, the rusty nails squealing as they came loose. He tossed the boards casually aside. I watched them as they flew through the air, struck a tree, and tumbled to the forest floor in a heap.
“You know, you’re awfully strong for such a scrawny guy,” I said. Even as the words left my mouth, I saw the Inspector’s body ripple, his true form flashing into view for a second. It was like getting blinded by a thousand kilowatt camera flash. I had to blink a few times to clear up the afterimage.
“Let’s go,” he said, ignoring me. “We can’t afford to waste any time.” He forced open the door with his shoulder and hurried inside. Pistol raised, I followed him into the gloom.
So far, so good – except for one big fuckup. In my concern for my family, I’d forgotten to call Marconi for backup.
If I had any doubts that we were in the right place, they evaporated the second the Inspector and I stepped inside. The supposedly abandoned station was teeming with machinery. Cracked, rusty consoles sat on every spare surface, vines poking through the holes in their screens. Or at least they looked like vines. A closer look revealed that they were actually thick, tangled wires. The wires sprouted from the walls, too, stretching across the ground in spiral patterns, each cable heavy with purple moss.
“I wouldn’t touch anything,” the Inspector said, ducking underneath a hanging wire. “That kind of moss doesn’t usually grow this side of the rift. I have no idea what it’ll do to human skin.”
I inched forward cautiously, being careful to tiptoe around the fuzzy purple wires. They gave off a slight metallic stench with a tinge of ozone. There was a faint humming in the air, almost imperceptible, and I realized the wires were vibrating. The closer we drew to the next room, the stronger the vibrations grew. I could feel the sound jostling around my skull.
“It’s an organism,” the Inspector muttered. “Not just a radio wave. And its heart is close by. You can hear it.”
I hissed out a warning as he placed a hand on the door, but the Inspector pushed it open anyway, revealing a flickering space the size of a small studio. The wires grew dense and more tangled than ever as they retreated into the dark space. The Inspector brushed them aside and entered the room. I followed him, gun raised, keeping a wary eye on the dangling cables.
The space behind the door was another recording studio, bigger than the one at the community station, but utterly devoid of people. Tiny portable radios lay in piles on the floor, all tuned in to the same staticky channel. Every so often I heard the occasional blip of a voice but couldn’t make out what it was saying. A single outdated TV set sat on a table behind the soundproof glass. The pane itself was shattered, wires stabbing through the holes, but the curved screen of the TV was intact. A dark shape lurked behind the static. I could barely make out the outline of a human face and neck.
“Show yourself,” the Inspector said suddenly, scaring the shit out of me. His cigar smoke had turned a pungent yellow. He crossed the room and placed a slender hand on the glass.
“You’ve proven you’re capable of human speech,” he said. “So let’s have a conversation.”
The vibrating hum grew louder, and the image on the screen became less shaky, took on sharp lines and curves. At first I thought I was looking at a silhouette - a person’s face cast in shadow. But the image grew crisper, and I realized, the hairs on my arms prickling, that the figure had no face at all. Just a pure black dome for a head, like a chunk of carefully sculpted obsidian.
The stony face that wasn’t a face cracked at the bottom, stretching into an unnaturally wide smile. The teeth that grinned out at us were pristine white and razor sharp. It was like staring into the maw of a shark.
“Inspector, Inspector, the noble defector,” it jeered. “Come to play with the paramecium, have you?”
It was all the voices we’d heard at the country club mashed into one: man, woman, animal, howling static, an abrasive mix of all the worst sounds you could imagine. Each syllable made my head throb. I wanted to clap my hands over my ears, but that would mean letting go of my gun, and I sure as hell wasn’t doing that. So I stood there and endured the voices with gritted teeth.
The Inspector seemed unaffected by the grating sound. “Why I’m here is none of your concern,” he said to the figure behind the screen. “What I want to know is how you got here, and why you’re killing these people.”
The shark-like smile curved upwards in an arc that would have stretched the limits of any human face. “Because they have hands,” the voice said. “Because they have feet, and tongues, and brains, and I am not so gifted.” Static rushed in, and the voice dropped an octave. “But you wouldn’t know, would you? Mr. Too-Good-to-Walk-Around-in-a-Flesh-Suit?”
“You didn’t answer my first question,” the Inspector said. “How did you get through the rift?”
The figure opened its mouth, but instead of speaking, a chorus of game show bells came ringing out. “Oooh! That is the wrong question!” said a tinny announcer’s voice. “Please step inside the box to await your punishment.” Then, canned laughter from an invisible audience.
“Box? What is it talking about?” I asked.
The laughter cut out. The figure on the screen whipped its head around so fast the image blurred for a moment, and even though it had no eyes, I knew it was looking at me. The mouth opened again and a long, orange tongue licked the tips of those razor sharp teeth.
“The brave detective,” said a new voice, and I nearly dropped the gun, because it was Ruth. The thing inside the TV had captured her voice to a T. I felt my hands grow numb around the pistol, but I kept it aimed at the screen.
“You’re not my wife,” I said. “You can cut the shit now, because I’m not falling for it.”
“Of course I’m not your wife,” said the familiar voice. “I’m better than her. You love each other but your flesh suits keep you separate. I can be in you - with you - in ways she never could. I can bring you unity. Intimacy like you’ve never known. I can be every rush of euphoria, every surge of happiness. You want that. Don’t you?”
Of course not, I wanted to say, but my lips wouldn’t move, and neither would the rest of my body, for that matter; every muscle had gone rigid. The voice continued to murmur sweet nothings in my ear, and then I felt it - something cool, airy, and sticky crawling into my ear canal, digging invisible claws into the flesh.
“No!” the Inspector bellowed, and the glass pane shattered inward, sprinkling jagged shards across the floor. The TV set flew backwards and crashed against the wall. As the screen cracked, I felt the invisible presence vanish from my ear, and all at once my muscles turned to Jello. My weakened body slumped against the nearest pile of wires. A patch of moss brushed my hand and pain instantly shot down my arm. As I yanked it away, I saw that my skin had become red and inflamed, as if I’d touched it to a burner on the stove.
The overhead lights began to flicker, and a sudden whirring filled the room: the sound of an automatic door sliding open. At the far end of the studio, in a darkened corner we hadn’t noticed, a pair of men lurched out of the shadows. They moved with the same clumsy gait as the corpses from the country club. The Inspector almost didn’t see them in time, but he reacted quickly when he did, throwing the first body against the wall and kicking the second square in the chest. As the man staggered back, I lifted my gun and shot him between the eyes. Gray goo splattered across the wall of wires as the headless body slumped to the ground.
The shadows stirred, and I shouted, “There’s more of them!” I got to my feet and fired another couple of shots into the darkness. None of them hit home, but in the flash of gunfire, I saw about five or six other figures hobbling toward us. The Inspector pulled out his own gun and fired at lightning speed, taking out three of the corpses in less than a second. But they were coming still, even the ones missing chunks from their skull, and our ammo wouldn’t last forever.
“This way!” the Inspector yelled suddenly, grabbing me by the arm and dragging me down a side hall. The wires here were thick as boa constrictors and there were more TV sets strewn across the ground, each displaying the same dark, grinning face. Staticky voices drifted up from them as we passed.
Barbasol is the number one way to soothe your existential dread of the fleshy prison you call your body!
And it’s one! Two! Three strikes you’re dead at the old - ball - game!
It’s raining blood and guts out there, folks, chunks of viscera dropping from the sky! Bring an umbrella and a vomit bucket to work.
Inspector, Inspector, the monster detector. Does your friend know who you really are? Does he know the things you’ve done?
The Inspector responded to this last taunt by smashing in the closest TV screen with the toe of his boot. The canned laughter that followed had something dark and heaving in the background, like the sound of a grizzly bear throwing up. I could feel my ears burning again but there was nothing I could do except run, run, run.
Finally the two of us burst out of the hall and into the fresh air of the night. I wanted to book it to the cruiser and get the hell out of there, but the Inspector held me back. “Look!” he said. We were standing underneath the radio tower. Up close, I saw that every beam was teeming with purple moss. Dangling from the center in a sticky blue cocoon was a shape I can only describe as an enormous human heart.
Scraping footsteps echoed from the hallway behind us. I pivoted and fired a few shots back into the darkness, but they went wild, the demonic voice laughing as the bullets ricocheted off the walls. The walking corpses were almost on top of us and I couldn't understand why the Inspector was holding me still.
“When I say run,” he said suddenly, “I want you to head straight for the cruiser. Do you understand?”
“What about you?” I asked, firing another bullet. This time it sunk into a meaty shoulder, but otherwise did little to slow the body down.
The Inspector spun me around so that we were staring eye to eye. His purple irises flashed an alarming shade of red that I'd never seen before, matching the cloud of crimson smoke billowing from his cigar.
“DO YOU UNDERSTAND?” he barked.
I nodded. What else could I do?
As the walking bodies grew closer, the Inspector stepped away from me and tore the cigar from his mouth. I say “tore” because the thing came free with a great ripping sound, like someone pulling off a band-aid; the noise was so harsh it made me wince. The tip of the cigar ignited like the head of a massive match. Then, as I watched, the Inspector drew back his arm and launched the cigar through the air at the dangling blue heart.
It flew like a torpedo, changing its shape in a subtle way I still can't describe; one second I was looking at a cigar, and the next I simply wasn't. The glowing object struck the center of the cocoon and exploded on impact. Hot white fire spread along the tendrils of moss, turning the tower into a fiery beacon against the sky. Bits of hot debris rained around me, singeing my skin, and I realized the Inspector was shouting for me to run.
I raised an arm to shield my face as I rushed through the blaze. The fire was spreading fast, unnaturally fast, and for a scary moment I thought it had surrounded me on all sides. Then a hole opened in the flames and I darted toward it. The sleeves of my uniform were still alight after I staggered through, so I flung myself onto the ground and rolled back and forth in the wet grass, trying to stifle the flames.
A guttural shriek made me look up from where I was rolling. The radio tower had turned into a blazing white pillar, with the writhing heart caught in the center. There was no sign of the bodies that had been chasing us - or of the Inspector, for that matter. I lay still in the grass as the shriek rose a few octaves, becoming less and less human, before reaching its highest pitch and dissolving into a final mess of static.
That was the moment the radio tower sank in on itself like a drooping wet sandcastle. The flashing beacon at the top collapsed into the center with an almighty crash, bringing the entire structure down, causing great embers to leap outward and spark against the grass. I rose to my knees and felt for my gun. Nothing should have been able to survive that collapse. But if a set of charred, flaming bodies came staggering out of the wreckage… well, god forbid I be caught with my guard down.
I waited for three minutes for something - anything - to emerge from the ruins, but when a shape finally appeared among the flames, I held my fire. It was the Inspector. His seven foot silhouette melted out of the fire as easily as someone might slip through a light waterfall. Before I could ask him if he was okay, he knelt down and picked something small off the ground. The flames came rushing inward as if sucked by a great vacuum, billowing over themselves until they spiraled down, down into the thin shape the Inspector held in his hand. When he brought the cigar to his mouth again, it was glowing bright - but the blaze behind him had vanished. There wasn't even a single spark left behind.
“Jesus,” I breathed. “Did you kill it?”
The Inspector nodded. Behind him, the crispy patches of purple moss were decaying into puddles of goop, much like the stuff inside the radio victims’ skulls. The bodies that had been chasing us were barely more than charcoal. My own skin was red and inflamed - between the moss and the flaming debris, I wouldn’t have been surprised if I had a few third degree burns - but at least I’d made it out. At least I was alive. In a job like this, you’re grateful for whatever miracles you can get.
“That fire must have been seen for miles,” I said. “We should get the hell out of here before somebody comes to investigate.”
“Agreed.” The Inspector stuffed his hands into his coat pockets and glided away from the wreckage, leaving me to follow in his wake. This time I was the one to slip into the driver’s seat. I kept the headlights low and stuck to the side roads, and when the trees lit up with the flashing strobe of another police car, I slipped off the curb and waited in the shadows. The cruiser zipped past us unaware, its sirens blaring.
“The broadcast is dead,” I said. “So does that mean this is over? No more brain-melting zombie waves?”
The Inspector frowned. “Yes and no. I don’t think our friend in the TV set will be bothering us anymore. But there’s still the question of how it got here in the first place, which is my biggest worry right now.”
“What do you mean?”
“I mean that old station was supposed to be abandoned - no wires, no speakers, no functioning equipment. But somebody restocked the place since Marcy and the others relocated. Somebody unknowingly - or knowingly - gave that thing a home. A base of operations.” He turned to look at me in the darkness. “If there’s someone out there letting beings through the rift on purpose, and giving them the tools to survive on this side of the veil… we should all be worried. This could be so much bigger than a single rogue time eater or a brain-hungry hive mind.”
The thought had crossed my own mind already, and it only made me more uneasy to hear the Inspector vocalize it. The trees around us burst into flashes of color as a wailing fire truck zoomed past. I wondered what the officers would make of the collapsed tower, the charred bodies, the heaps of old radios and TVs. It must have been like walking into an episode of the Twilight Zone.
“What did that thing mean?” I asked. “The thing in the TV set. It asked if I knew who you really were. If I knew the things you’ve done.”
The Inspector didn’t speak for a moment, but his cigar smoke took on a thin, wispy quality. His eyes had faded back to that unusual shade of purple. He still didn’t look quite human, but something of the monster in him had melted away, and he seemed strangely vulnerable sitting there in the passenger seat.
“I’ve lived a long life, Mark,” he said. “And when you’ve lived as long as I have, you look back on your early days with something less than pride - maybe even disgust at what you were, before you became what you are. You’ll have to forgive me for not wanting to dwell too long on those old days.” He breathed out a single smoke ring. “Not yet, at least.”
“Fair enough,” I said. “But one day you and I are going to have a chat.”
If this prospect worried the Inspector, he didn’t show it. He simply reached into the pocket of his coat and withdrew a rectangular slip of plastic. “Here,” he said, passing it to me. I turned it over in my hands. The surface was reflective, so I could see my own face, but nothing else; the card itself was blank.
“That’s my calling card,” the Inspector said. “I try to keep my eyes open for any sort of disturbance in the Glade, but sometimes I miss things. So if you’re tracking something dangerous - something more than just a human criminal - and you need my help, ignite that card.”
“Ignite?” I said, raising an eyebrow.
“Trust me,” he replied. “I’ll come as soon as I can.”
I shrugged and tucked the card into my pocket. “Hopefully we get a breather first,” I said. “This was a messy one. I don't know how I'm going to explain this in my reports.”
“You'll think of something,” the Inspector said distantly. “If you don't mind, Mark, I think I'd like to walk back on my own. Just to clear my head. You understand.”
“Are you sure?” I asked. “It's a long walk back to the station.”
The Inspector smiled. “I think I'll be okay.” He opened the door and stepped out into the night. Before leaving, he placed a hand on the frame and said, “We did well tonight.”
“Are you kidding?” I said. “You did well. That thing with the exploding cigar was insane. Maybe one of these days I’ll save your bacon instead of the other way around.”
His smile grew a fraction. Then he closed the door, gentler than I expected, and strolled off toward the moonlit horizon.
Before I revved the engines and began the journey back to the station, I watched the Inspector wander down that stretch of road. Part of me expected his body to just vanish as soon as he got too far, dissolving into mist; but he didn't. He remained a lonely figure with his hands tucked into his pockets and his fedora bowed. And I realized, then, that something the monster had said had struck home with him. It was hard to imagine someone like the Inspector being hurt by such a trivial taunt. But he was hurting. I could see that now.
I wished I knew why, wished I could talk to him, but this wasn't the time to push it. He'd tell me when he was good and ready. In the meantime, there was nothing else to do but get back to my desk and try to bury this whole case in mounds upon mounds of paperwork.
That was the plan, anyway. When I got back to my office, Marconi was waiting for me by my desk. She was chewing her customary wad of gum so furiously I thought she might crack a tooth.
“Marconi,” I said, wrinkling my brow. “What are you –?”
She slapped me across the face, hard enough to make my jaw sting. I raised a hand to my cheek and half-expected to draw away blood. I’d seen Marconi pissed before, but never to this extent; her eyes burned with anger and her lips were drawn in a definite scowl.
“Hannigan,” she seethed. “I told you to call me the second you got a tip on this case. Now you stumble back in here reeking of smoke with burns all over your skin. You want to tell me what kind of shit you’ve been up to behind my back?”
“Jesus, Marconi, I’m sorry,” I said. Talking was painful; every syllable made my jaw throb. “Things escalated quickly. The Inspector and I were forced to act on a sudden lead and I forgot to call you in the confusion. It’s nothing personal.”
“You think I was born yesterday?” she said. “Much as it pains me to admit, you’ve got a good head on your shoulders, Hannigan. You don’t just forget things. For some reason you’re keeping me out of these investigations and I want to know why.”
I remained silent. My jaw hurt too much to talk and I wasn’t sure I had an answer for her anyway.
“I’m a big girl. I can protect myself,” she said. “So don’t feed me any bullshit about ‘keeping me safe.’ If anything, you need me. You boys would have been toast if I hadn’t stepped in up in the Bluffs.” She took a step closer to me, and I thought I saw some of the anger dwindle in her eyes. “I just want to help, Mark. Why won’t you let me help?”
I met her gaze. It was surprisingly hard; maintaining eye contact with Marconi was like staring into a bright light for too long. “Look, I know I haven't exactly been open with you,” I said. “It's just, these cases, with the Inspector - they're different. Weirder than anything I've ever seen. If you really want in, I guess I can't stop you. But if you open this door, there’s no closing it. And you may not like what you find on the other side.”
She snapped her gum and smirked. “You always had a melodramatic streak, you know that?” she said. “But don't patronize me, Hannigan. I know we're up against some dangerous shit. I saw that thing up on the Bluffs, and if there's anything even half as crazy still running around out there, it's my duty to stop it. It's our duty. So promise me. Promise you'll call me the second this Inspector of yours comes on the scene.”
What could I say? Marconi was one hell of a cop, and truth be told, it was better to have her around. Aside from some archaic sense of chivalry, there was really no reason to keep her out of this.
“I promise,” I said. “But Jesus, Marconi, lay off the physical violence next time. My jaw’s still stinging.”
She smiled and slapped me again - this time on the shoulder. “I’m just glad your sorry ass is still alive,” she said. “Now go home and wash up. You’ve got plenty of reports to file tomorrow.”
“Yes ma'am,” I replied.
Marconi left, leaving behind the faintest whiff of bubblegum, and I decided to call it a night. My body was burnt all over and I was in desperate need of a shower. Plus Ruth and the boys would be waiting for me back home.
I don't get nights off too often, but when I do, it's usually a quiet affair. A beer with dinner, TV with the boys, and maybe a little fun with Ruth if we're both not exhausted from work. Tonight, though, would be different. The thought of doing anything physical made my entire body ache, and after what had happened at the station I wanted to steer clear of television for a while. So maybe this would be a quiet one. Just a peaceful night in with the people I loved.
After such a long, chaotic day, I think I deserved that much.
#3: Remember Me
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2017.09.25 01:38 ThatHydra Series 1/2 Discover Pack Contents

Series 1:
 
"Temperature" Yellow Covered Pack:
Sean Paul - Temperature - Lv3 Yellow Vocal - Seer
5 Bladed - Grimetime - Lv1 Red Keys - Seer
Pale Shivers - The Exquisite Corpse - Lv1 Blue - Hightower
Weezer - King of the World - Lv2 Green Guitar - Hightower
Alacrity - Lv2 - Play an extra Lv1 card - Seer
"If You Get Down" Red Covered Pack:
Run DMC - It's Tricky - Lv2 Yellow Vocal - Seer
Grant Pike - If You Get Down - Lv3 Red Horns - Dapper
Black Astrolabe - Parabola - Lv3 Blue - Hightower
Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out - Lv1 Green Guitar - Hightower
Heart Song - Lv2 - 2 points for Horns cards? - Dapper
"The Night Porter" Yellow Covered Deck
Winnage - The Night Porter - Lv1 Yellow Horns - Dapper
Fall Out Boy - Centuries - Lv3 Red Keys - Seer
Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out - Lv1 Blue - Hightower
CHVRCHES - The Mother We Share - Lv1 Green Keys - Puff
Head Rush - Lv2 - Play an extra Horns card - Dapper
"The Night Porter" Red Covered Pack:
CHVRCHES - The Mother We Share - Lv2 Yellow Vocal - Puff
Winnage - The Night Porter - Lv1 Red Sampler - Dapper
Miike Snow - Genghis Khan - Lv3 Blue - Puff
Freda Turner - Hard Light - Lv2 Green Keys - Dapper
PULSAR - Lv2 - 2 extra points for Sampler cards - Puff
"Good Vibrations" Yellow Covered Pack:
Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch - Good Vibrations - Lv3 Yellow Vocal - Dapper
Righteous Palms Crew - Take U 4 A Ride - Lv2 Red Keys - Seer
Ed Sheeran - Sing - Lv1 Blue Drums - Puff
Billzantium - Wishin' I Had It Now - Lv3 Green Keys - Puff
Earth, Wind & Fire - September - Wild - Seer
"I Will Survive" - Red Covered Pack:
Righteous Palms Crew - Take U 4 A Ride - Lv1 Yellow Sampler - Seer
Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive - Lv2 Red Strings - Dapper
Kyangi 3 - Doki Doki Summer Days - Lv2 Blue Drums - Puff
Cake - Short Skirt / Long Jacket - Lv3 Green Guitar - Hightower
Europe - The Final Countdown - Wild - Hightower
 
Series 2:
 
"No Scrubs" Blue Covered Pack:
Duck Sauce - Barbara Streisand - Lv3 Yellow Vocal - Puff
Black Astrolabe - Parabola - Lv1 Red Keys - Hightower
TLC - No Scrubs - Lv2 Blue - Seer
Righteous Palms Crew - Take U 4 A Ride - Lv3 Green Keys - Seer
Acrimony - Lv2 - Clear opponent's Red cards - Seer
"Chandelier" Blue Covered Pack:
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive - Lv3 Yellow Vocals - Hightower
Kyangi 3 - Doki Doki Summer Days - Lv2 Red Keys - Puff
Sia - Chandelier - Lv2 Blue Drums - Dapper
Run DMC - It's Tricky - Lv1 Green Guitar - Seer
Face Melter - Lv2 FX - +1 point for each Guitar card - Hightower
"I Will Survive" Blue Covered Pack:
Weezer - King Of The World - Lv1 Yellow Vocals - Hightower
Pale Shivers - The Exquisite Corpse - Lv3 Red Guitar - Hightower
Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive - Lv3 Blue Drums - Dapper
The Jackson Five - I Want You Back - Lv2 Green Guitar - Seer
Bottom Line - FX - Play an extra Green card - Hightower
"If You Get Down" Blue Covered Pack:
Cake - Short Skirt / Long Jacket - Lv2 Yellow Vocals - Hightower
Billzantium - Wishin' I Had It Now - Lv1 Red Keys - Puff
Grant Pike - If You Get Down - Lv1 Blue Drums - Dapper
Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch - Good Vibrations - Lv3 Green Guitar
Eclipser - FX - Clear opponent's Yellow card - Puff
"If You Get Down" Green Covered Pack:
Billzantium - Wishin' I Had It Now - Lv1 Yellow Sampler - Puff
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive - Lv2 Red Guitar - Hightower
The Jackson Five - I Want You Back - Lv2 Blue Drums - Seer
Grant Pike - If You Get Down - Lv1 Green Guitar - Dapper
Young MC - Bust A Move - Wild - Puff
"I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" Wild Covered Pack:
LMFAO - Sexy And I Know It - Lv2 Yellow Vocals - Dapper
Duck Sauce - Barbra Streisand - Lv3 Red Keys - Puff
5 Bladed - Grimetime - Lv1 Blue Drums - Seer
Kyangi 3 - Doki Doki Summer Days - Lv3 Green Keys - Puff
Hall & Oates - I Can't Go For That (No Can Do) - Wild - Dapper
 
Quick Pack Cover Name Checklist
Winnage - The Night Porter - Yellow And Red
Grant Pike - If You Get Down - Red, Blue and Green
Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive - Red and Blue
Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch - Good Vibrations - Yellow
Sean Paul - Temperature - Yellow
Sia - Chandelier - Blue
TLC - No Scrubs - Blue
Hall & Oates - I Can't Go For That (No Can Do) - Wild
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2017.08.30 01:01 KhaosApache Card List (As of Aug 28th) sorted by Deck/Symbol

UPDATE: As a result of some sharp eyed detective work by many in the Dropmix community, we've managed to determine a few more cards in some of the Playlist decks, most interestingly, we have roughly 90% confirmation on the wildcards of the Derby, Mirrors and Ouroboros decks.
Here's the updated and sorted card list for the August 18th Livestream, We've gotten a few new cards from decks like Derby and Mirrors making an appearance, brace for (potential) new cards next week, as we've had a fairly large drought in regards to card reveals. If I have missed anything or got something wrong, feel free to leave me a comment and I'll get to adding/fixing it. The cards are sorted in the following format (Wildcard, Yellow, Red, Blue, Green, FX) in descending order by increasing card level. I will try to keep it updated as much as possible for those curious about what they may want to save up for after the game releases.
 Starter Deck (What Comes In Box): Sweets: (15/15) [S01 C01-15] [COMPLETE DECK] 
Bruno Mars - 24K Magic (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Guitar, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Sia - Chandelier (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Ricky Martin - La Mordidta (Lv. 1 Red) [Horns]
The Lingala Sound - Crystal Beach (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Sia - Chandelier (Lv. 2 Red) [Keys]
Megan Trainor - All About That Bass (Lv. 3 Red) [Guitar]
The Lingala Sound - Crystal Beach (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Freda Turner - Hard Light (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
CHVRCHES - The Mother We Share (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Ricky Martin - La Mordidita (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Sam Hunt - House Party (Lv. 2 Green) [Keys]
Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe (Lv. 3 Green) [Strings]
Lift Your Voice - Play a Vocal card free (Lv. 2 FX)
Clear Your Mind - Clears a random opponent card (Lv. 2 FX)
 Highness: (15/15) [S01 C16-30] [COMPLETE DECK] 
Childish Gambino - Heartbeat (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Keys, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
A Tribe Called Quest - Scenario (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Charm Syndicate - All Frazzled (Lv. 1 Red) [Horns]
Sean Paul - Temperature (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Run DMC - It's Tricky (Lv. 2 Red) [Guitar]
Flo Rida - I Don't Like It, I Love It (Lv. 3 Red) [Guitar]
Charm Syndicate - All Frazzled (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Bullwheel - Atomic Handbrake (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Far East Movement - Like A G6 (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Run DMC - It's Tricky (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
A Tribe Called Quest - Scenario (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (Lv. 3 Green) [Guitar]
Flame Out - Extra point for each Blue card (Lv. 2 FX)
Roll Up - Draw a card (Lv. 3 FX)
 The Blade: (15/15) [S01 C31-45] [COMPLETE DECK] 
Disturbed - Down With The Sickness (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Guitar, Blue Drums, Green Guitar]
Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Ed Sheeran - Sing (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Ed Sheeran - Sing (Lv. 1 Red) [Guitar]
Warlords Of The Old West - Strychnine Baby (Lv. 1 Red) [Guitar]
Cake - Short Skirt Long Jacket - (Lv. 2 Red) [Horns]
Weezer - King Of The World - (Lv. 3 Red) [Guitar]
Warlords Of The Old West - Strychnine Baby (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Pinhole Cage - Just About To Snap (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Cake - Short Skirt Long Jacket (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Fall Out Boy - Centuries (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (Lv. 3 Green) [Guitar]
Heartless One - Clear opponent's Blue cards (Lv. 2 FX)
Strings of Fate - Play a Guitar card free (Lv. 2 FX)
 Controller: (15/15) [S01 C46-60] [COMPLETE DECK] 
Skrillex - Bangarang (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Guitar, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
The Chainsmokers - Closer (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
The Chainsmokers - Closer (Lv. 1 Red) [Guitar]
James Landino - Break For Me (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
ODESZA - Say My Name (Lv. 2 Red) [Guitar]
Afrojack - Take Over Control (Lv. 3 Red) [Keys]
Billzantium - Wishin' I Had It Now (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
James Landino - Break For Me (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Afrojack - Take Over Control (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Duck Sauce - Barbra Streisand (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
LMFAO - Sexy And I Know It (Lv. 3 Green) [Keys]
Assert Order - 2 points for owning a Green card (Lv. 2 FX)
Embrace Chaos - Opponent loses 2 points (Lv. 2 FX)
 Playlist Decks: Decks that come in Playlist Packs, includes entire deck plus bonus card upon release. Derby: (14/15) [S01 C61-75] 
Rick James - Super Freak (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Unconfirmed]
The Jackson 5 - I Want You Back (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocals]
Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocals]
Candy Kettles - Dexting (Lv. 1 Red) [Sampler]
Marlon Kane - This Is How You Left Me (Lv. 1 Red) [Guitar]
Freda Turner - Hard Light (Lv. 2 Red) [Keys]
The Jackson 5 - I Want You Back (Lv. 3 Red) [Guitar]
Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Marlon Kane - This Is How You Left Me (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Candy Kettles - Dexting (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
Sia - Chandelier (Lv. 3 Green) [Keys]
Searching Within - Search your deck for 1 card of your choice, adding it to your hand (Lv. 2 FX)
 Mirrors: (12/15) [S01 C76-90] 
Ginuwine - Pony (Lv. 2 Wild) [Unconfirmed]
Salt-N-Pepa - Push It (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocals]
Outkast - Ms. Jackson (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocals]
Bullwheel - Atomic Handbrake (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Dillzan Magan - Main Mistar Praim Hidon (Lv. 2 Red) [Guitar]
Salt-N-Pepa - Push It (Lv. 3 Red) [Keys]
Sean Paul - Temperature (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Dillzan Magan - Main Mistar Praim Hidon (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
A Tribe Called Quest - Scenario (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Bullwheel - Atomic Handbrake (Lv. 2 Green) [Horns]
Lay It Down - Place an additional Red card (Lv. 2 FX)
 Ouroboros: (14.5/15) [S01 C91-105] 
Blink-182 - All The Small Things (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Unconfirmed]
Walk The Moon - Shut Up and Dance (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocals]
Panic! At The Disco - Emperor's New Clothes (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocals]
Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (Lv. 1 Red) [Strings]
Nightfeels - Find You (Lv. 1 Red) [Guitar]
A Clutch of Heart Shards - In Honour Of... (Lv. 2 Red) [Guitar]
Walk The Moon - Shut Up and Dance (Lv. 3 Red) [Guitar]
A Clutch of Heart Shards - In Honour Of... (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Nightfeels - Find You (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Weezer - King of the World (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Panic! At The Disco - Emperor's New Clothes (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
A Clutch of Heart Shards - In Honour Of... (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
Ed Sheeran - Sing (Lv. 3 Green) [Guitar]
"Card Name Unknown" - 1 Point for every Red card (Lv. 2 FX)
The Depths - Draw 2 cards (Lv. 2 FX)
 Astro: (15/15) [S01 C106-120] [COMPLETE DECK] 
MGMT - Kids (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Guitar, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
Miike Snow - Genghis Khan (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
ODESZA - Say My Name (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
The Venona Project - Fermionic (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Miike Snow - Genghis Khan (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Crackcase - Somatic (Lv. 2 Red) [Sampler]
Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me (Lv. 3 Red) [Keys]
LMFAO - Sexy And I Know It (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
ODESZA - Say My Name (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Crackcase - Somatic (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
The Venona Project - Fermionic (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
The Chainsmokers - Closer (Lv. 2 Green) [Keys]
The Venona Project - Fermionic (Lv. 3 Green) [Keys]
Dimensional Shift - Replace your hand with an equal number of cards from your deck (Lv. 2 FX)
Component Sythnesis - 2 Points for every pair of cards from the same song (Lv. 2 FX)
 Lucky: (15/15) [S01 C121-135] [COMPLETE DECK] 
Carrie Underwood - Blown Away (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Strings, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
Zac Brown Band - Homegrown (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Big & Rich - Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
The Last Cavallad - Abilene and Down (Lv. 1 Red) [Guitar]
Boot Steel - Rowdier The Better (Lv. 1 Red) [Guitar]
Big & Rich - Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy (Lv. 2 Red) [Guitar]
Sam Hunt - House Party (Lv. 3 Red) [Guitar]
Zac Brown Band - Homegrown (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
The Last Cavallad - Abilene and Down (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Sam Hunt - House Party (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Poison - Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Poison - Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
The Last Cavallad - Abilene and Down (Lv. 3 Green) [Guitar]
Quiet Wish - Extra point per empty space (Lv. 2 FX)
Ill Omen - Free Equalizer spin (Lv. 3 FX)
 Flawless: (14/15) [S01 C136-150] 
Fifth Harmony - Work From Home (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Keys, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
TLC - No Scrubs (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Megan Trainor - All About That Bass (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Danny Humbles - Cherry Cordial (Lv. 1 Red)
TLC - No Scrubs (Lv. 2 Red)
Blanks - Hart and 12th (Lv. 3 Red)
Flo Rida - I Don't Like It, I Love It (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Outkast - Ms. Jackson (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Blanks - Hart and 12th (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Danny Humbles - Cherry Cordial (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass (Lv. 2 Green)
Danny Humbles - Cherry Cordial (Lv. 3 Green)
The Dominant - Two points for every Vocal card (Lv. 2 FX)
The Triumphant - Two points for each Blue & Red pair (Lv. 3 FX)
 Bomb: (14/15) [S01 C151-165] 
Anderson .PAAK - Am I Wrong (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Keys, Blue Drums, Green Guitar]
Technotronic - Pump Up The Jam (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
The Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Victoria Chance - Theme From Broken Protocol (Lv. 1 Red)
The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (Lv. 1 Red)
Joliet - Better Wake Up (Lv. 2 Red)
Skrewbert - The Game Got You (Lv. 3 Red)
Victoria Chance - Theme From Broken Protocol (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
The Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Joliet - Better Wake Up (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Technotronic - Pump Up The Jam (Lv. 2 Green) [Keys]
Victoria Chance - Theme From Broken Protocol (Lv. 3 Green)
First Chair - Two points for every Strings card (Lv. 2 FX)
Third Wave - Place an additional Strings card (Lv. 2 FX)
 Chiller: (14/15) [S01 C166-180] 
James Landino - Break For Me (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Afrojack - Take Over Control (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Altar State - This One Not That One (Lv. 1 Red)
Tiny Taps - Dead Metrocad (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
CHVRCHES - The Mother We Share (Lv. 2 Red)
Lossage - Moon Lab (Lv. 3 Red)
Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Chainsmokers - Closer (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Lossage - Moon Lab (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Altar State - This One Not That One (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Lossage - Moon Lab (Lv. 2 Green)
ODESZA - Say My Name (Lv. 3 Green)
Minor Lift - Extra point for each Lv. 1 card (Lv. 1 FX)
Major Fall - Both players lose 3 points (Lv. 3 FX)
 Discover Decks: Decks that come in Discover Packs, 5 card bundles that cross decks. Series 1 & 2: Dapper, Hightower, Seer, Puff Series 3 & 4: Fever, Socket, Breaker, Moonlight Dapper: (9/15) [S01 C181-195] 
Winnage - The Night Porter (Lv. 1 Yellow) [Horns]
LMFAO - Sexy And I Know It (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Winnage - The Night Porter (Lv. 1 Red) [Sampler]
Grant Pike - If You Get Down (Lv. 3 Red) [Horns]
Sia - Chandelier (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Grant Pike - If You Get Down (Lv. 1 Green) [Guitar]
Freda Turner - Hard Light (Lv. 2 Green) [Keys]
Head Rush - Place an additional Horns card (Lv. 2 FX)
Heart Song - Two points for every Horns card (Lv. 2 FX)
 Seer: (15/15) [S01 C196-210] [COMPLETE DECK] 
Earth, Wind and Fire - September (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Horns, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
Righteous Palms Crew - Take U 4 A Ride (Lv. 1 Yellow) [Sampler]
Run DMC - It's Tricky (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Sean Paul - Temperature (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
5 Bladed - Grimetime (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Righteous Palms Crew - Take U 4 A Ride (Lv. 2 Red) [Keys]
Fall Out Boy - Centuries (Lv. 3 Red) [Keys]
5 Bladed - Grimetime (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
TLC - No Scrubs (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
The Jackson 5 - I Want You Back (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Run DMC - It's Tricky (Lv. 1 Green) [Guitar]
The Jackson 5 - I Want You Back (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
Righteous Palms Crew - Take U 4 A Ride (Lv. 3 Green) [Guitar]
Acrimony - Clear all opponents Red cards (Lv. 2 FX)
Alacrity - Play an extra Lv.1 Card (Lv. 2 FX)
 Hightower: (15/15) [S01 C211-225] [COMPLETE DECK] 
Europe - The Final Countdown (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Keys, Blue Drums, Green Guitar]
Weezer - King of the World (Lv. 1 Yellow) [Vocal]
Cake - Short Skirt Long Jacket (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Black Astrolabe - Parabola (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive (Lv. 2 Red) [Guitar]
Pale Shivers - The Exquisite Corpse (Lv. 3 Red) [Guitar]
Pale Shivers - The Exquisite Corpse (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out (Lv.2 Blue) [Drums]
Black Astrolabe - Parabola (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out (Lv. 1 Green) [Guitar]
Weezer - King of the World (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
Cake - Short Skirt Long Jacket (Lv. 3 Green) [Guitar]
Bottom Line - Place an additional Green card (Lv. 2 FX)
Face Melter - One Point for every Guitar card (Lv. 2 Effect)
 Puff: (15/15) [S01 C226-240] [COMPLETE DECK] 
Young MC - Bust A Move (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocal, Red Sampler, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
Billzantium - Wishin' I Had It Now (Lv. 1 Yellow) [Vocal]
CHVRCHES - The Mother We Share (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Duck Sauce - Barbra Streisand (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Billzantium - Wishin' I Had It Now (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Kyangi 3 - Doki Doki Summer Days (Lv. 2 Red) [Keys]
Duck Sauce - Barbra Streisand (Lv. 3 Red) [Keys]
Ed Sheeran - Sing (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Kyangi 3 - Doki Doki Summer Days (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Miike Snow - Genghis Khan (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
CHVRCHES - The Mother We Share (Lv. 1 Green) [Keys]
Kyangi 3 - Doki Doki Summer Days (Lv. 2 Green) [Keys]
Billzantium - Wishin' I Had It Now (Lv. 3 Green) [Keys]
Eclipser - Clear opponents Yellow card. (Lv. 3 FX)
Pulsar - Two extra points for a Sampler Card (Lv. 2 FX)
 Fever: (2.5/15) [S01 C241-255] 
Francesca Sonora - You Don't But You Had To (Lv. 1 Yellow) [Keys]
Ricky Martin - La Mordidta (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
"Card Name Unknown" - 2 Points for every Yellow card (Lv. 2 FX)
 Breaker: (7/15) [S01 C256-270] 
Far East Movement - Like A G6 (Lv. 1 Yellow) [Vocal]
Flo Rida - I Don't Like It, I Love it (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Free Skates - Don't You Dare (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Free Skates - Don't You Dare (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
TLC - No Scrubs (Lv. 1 Green)
Far East Movement - Like A G6 (Lv. 3 Green) [Keys]
Guardian Spirit - Play a Sampler card free (Lv. 2 FX)
 Socket: (6/15) [S01 C271-285] 
Skrewbert - The Game Got You (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Sampler]
Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive (Lv. 1 Green) [Keys]
Pinhole Cage - Just About To Snap (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
Wildin' - Clears all non-effect cards (Lv. 1 FX)
Stylin' - Play an additional Keys card (Lv. 2 FX)
 Moonlight: (14/15) [S01 C286-300] 
Connecticut River Boys - Must Be Nice (Lv. 1 Yellow) [Guitar]
Sam Hunt - House Party (Lv. 2 Yellow) [Vocal]
Poison - Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Lv. 3 Yellow) [Vocal]
Some Lover - Days Ahead, Days Behind (Lv. 1 Red) [Keys]
Zac Brown Band - Homegrown (Lv. 2 Red) [Strings]
Poison - Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Lv. 3 Red) [Guitar]
Boot Steel - Rowdier The Better (Lv. 1 Blue) [Drums]
Connecticut River Boys - Must Be Nice (Lv. 2 Blue) [Drums]
Big & Rich - Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy (Lv. 3 Blue) [Drums]
Some Lover - Days Ahead, Days Behind (Lv. 1 Green) [Guitar]
Big & Rich - Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy (Lv. 2 Green) [Guitar]
Zac Brown Band - Homegrown (Lv. 3 Green) [Guitar]
Team of Horses - Place an additional Blue card (Lv. 2 FX)
Conspiracy of Ravens - Clear opponents Green cards. (Lv. 3 FX)
 Special Edition Cards: Only offered at special events, not linked to a deck, labelled by Dropmix logo. 
September 2017 Events (HasCon, Pax West, etc.):
The Transformers Main Title Song (Lv. 2 Wildcard) [Yellow Vocals, Red Keys, Blue Drums, Green Keys]
submitted by KhaosApache to dropmix [link] [comments]


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Al Green - Have A Good Time (LP, Album) (Hi Records) $3.99
Al Green - Let's Stay Together (LP, Album, RE) (Motown) $9.99
Al Jarreau - We Got By (LP, Album) (Reprise Records) $1.99
Al Jolson - California, Here I Come (LP, Album) (Sunbeam (2)) $4.98
Alan Ward - Gilbert And Sullivan Overtures (LP) (RCA Victor, RCA Victor Red Seal) $20.99
Alban Berg Quartett, Antonín Dvořák - Streichquartett - String Quartet - Quatuor A Cordes Nr. 8 G-dur Op. 106 (LP, Gat) (Telefunken) $4.99
Alexander Schreiner - The Great Organ At The Mormon Tabernacle (LP, Album, Mono) (Columbia Masterworks) $4.99
Allan Sherman - For Swingin' Livers Only! (LP, Album, Mono) (Warner Bros. Records) $2.99
The New Andre Kostelanetz* - Wonderland Of Sound - Star Spangled Marches (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.98
Andreas Vollenweider - Pace Verde (Music For Living Beings) (12", EP, Single)(CBS) $3.99
Andrés Segovia - Guitar Solos (LP) (Decca) $3.99
Andrés Segovia - The Art Of Andres Segovia (LP) (Decca) $2.98
Angela Bofill - Angie (LP, Album, Pit) (ARISTA GRP) $6.99
Dorati* ● Detroit Symphony Orchestra ● Tchaikovsky* - 1812 Overture (LP, Album)(London Records) $5.99
Anthony Newman - Organ Orgy (A Wagner Sound Spectacular) (LP, Album)(Columbia Masterworks) $4.99
Arturo Toscanini, NBC Symphony Orchestra - Nine Beethoven Symphonies (7xLP + Box) (RCA Victor Red Seal) $9.99
Atom Ant Featuring The Hanna-Barbera Singers - Atom Ant In: Muscle Magic (LP) (Hanna-Barbera Records, Astor) $14.99
B.S. Pully - B.S. Pully's Fairy Tales (LP, Album, Mono) (Surprise Records Corp.) $1.99
Baby Snooks - Baby Snooks & Friends (12", Album, Mono) (Capitol Special Markets) $12.99
Barbra Streisand - Je M'Appelle Barbra (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.99
Barbra Streisand - Simply Streisand (LP, Album) (Columbia, CBS) $1.99
Barnabys - Shinola (7", EP) (spinART Records) $1.98
Batdorf & Rodney - Off The Shelf (LP, Album) (Atlantic) $2.99
Belle Barth - If I Embarrass You - Tell Your Friends (LP) (After Hour Records (4)) $1.99
Billy Barnes - The Billy Barnes Revue: The Original Cast Album (LP) (Decca) $2.99
Billy Vaughn And His Orchestra - La Paloma / Here Is My Love (7", Single) (Dot Records) $1.00
Bing Crosby And His Friends* - Sing Along! With Bing Crosby And His Friends (LP)(RCA Victor) $1.99
Black Sabbath - Live Evil (2xLP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $4.99 disc 1 only!!!
Blood, Sweat And Tears - Blood, Sweat And Tears (LP, Album, Gat) (Columbia) $1.99
Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline (LP, Album, RP) (Columbia) $2.99
Bob James - H (LP, Album, Gat) (Tappan Zee Records, Columbia) $1.98
Bob Seger - Beautiful Loser (LP, Album) (Capitol Records) $1.99
Bonnie Raitt - Sweet Forgiveness (LP, Album, San) (Warner Bros. Records) $3.99
Boots Randolph - Sunday Sax (LP, Album) (Monument) $1.49
Boz Scaggs & Band - Boz Scaggs & Band (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.98
Bread - Manna (LP, Album) (Elektra) $1.99
Bread - The Best Of Bread (LP, Comp, RE, Gat) (Elektra) $3.99
Bruce Springsteen - Born In The U.S.A. (LP, Album) (Columbia) $10.99
Bruno Walter Conducting The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of New York, Mozart, The Westminster Choir* - Requiem Mass In D Minor, K. 626 (LP, Mono, 6-E) (Columbia Masterworks) $9.99
Budapest String Quartet, Beethoven* - The Complete String Quartets Of Ludwig Van Beethoven (LP, Album) (Columbia) $9.99
Burt Bacharach - Futures (LP, Album, Promo) (A&M Records) $3.99
Carol Channing And Eddie Bracken (2) - Archy And Mehitabel (A Back-Alley Opera) (LP, Album) (Columbia Masterworks) $2.98
Carol Channing, Yvonne Adair, Jack McCauley, Eric Brotherson, George S. Irving - Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Original Broadway Cast) (LP, Album, Mono) (Columbia Masterworks) $2.98
Carole King - Music (LP, Album, Gat) (Ode Records (2), Ode Records (2)) $1.99
Chet Atkins - Chet Atkins In Three Dimensions (LP, Album, Mono) (RCA Victor) $6.99
Chicago - Chicago IX - Chicago's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, RE) (CBS) $1.99
Chris Hillman - Slippin' Away (LP, Album) (Asylum Records) $1.49
Chuck Berry - Back Home (LP, Album) (Chess) $4.99
Chuck Mangione - An Evening Of Magic - Live At The Hollywood Bowl (2xLP, Album, Gat) (A&M Records) $1.99
Chuck Mangione - Land Of Make Believe... A Chuck Mangione Concert (LP, Album) (Mercury) $1.49
Chuck Mangione, Chuck Mangione Quartet - Chase The Clouds Away (LP, Album, RE) (A&M Records) $1.49
Clark Terry - Duke With A Difference (LP) (Riverside Records) $19.98
Claudio Monteverdi - Helen Donath • Elisabeth Söderström • Cathy Berberian • Paul Esswood, Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt - Die Krönung Der Poppea (5xLP + Box) (Telefunken) $14.99
Concentus Musicus Of Denmark Under The Direction Of I. K. Mathiesen* And A. H. Mathiesen* - Baroque Music For Recorders (LP) (Nonesuch) $1.98
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bayou Country (LP, Album, Hol) (Fantasy) $3.99
David Crosby / Graham Nash* - Wind On The Water (LP, Album) (ABC Records) $1.99
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - 4 Way Street (2xLP, Album, MO) (Atlantic) $1.99
Dan Fogelberg - Phoenix (LP, Album, Gat) (Full Moon, Epic) $1.98
Dan Hill - Longer Fuse (LP, Album, San) (20th Century Fox Records) $1.49
Daryl Hall & John Oates Featuring David Ruffin & Eddie Kendrick* - A Nite At The Apollo Live! (12") (RCA) $1.99
David Craighead With Gordon Stout And The Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble*, William Kraft - Organist David Craighead (LP, Album) (Crystal Records (5)) $4.99
David Haines With The Paris Theatre Orchestra* - Warsaw Concerto / Tschaikowsky's Nutcracker Suite And Other Popular Classical Themes (LP, Album)(Stereo-Fidelity) $2.99
David Seville And The Chipmunks - Let's All Sing With The Chipmunks (LP, Album, Mono, Red) (Liberty) $3.99
Def Leppard - Bringin' On The Heartbreak (12", Single) (Vertigo, Vertigo) $4.99
Diana Ross And The Supremes - Love Child (LP, Album) (Motown, Motown, Motown) $2.99
Dmitri Shostakovich, Leonard Bernstein, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Symphony No. 5, Op. 47 (LP) (CBS) $4.99
Doggie Daddy And Augie Doggie - Story Of Pinocchio (LP) (Columbia Special Products, Columbia Special Products) $3.99
Donna Summer - A Love Trilogy (LP, Album, P/Mixed, TP) (Oasis) $49.99 testpress
Doug Kershaw - Spanish Moss (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records) $1.49
Eagles - Desperado (LP, Album, MO) (Asylum Records) $2.99
Eagles - Hotel California (LP, Album, CSM) (Asylum Records) $4.99
Eagles - On The Border (LP, Album, CSM) (Asylum Records) $2.99
Eagles - The Long Run (LP, Album, PRC) (Asylum Records) $3.99
Eagles - The Long Run (LP, Album, MON) (Asylum Records) $2.98
Earl Klugh - Dream Come True (LP, Album) (United Artists Records) $1.49
Eddie Money - Life For The Taking (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.49
Eddie Money - Life For The Taking (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.49
Edgar Varèse* / Darius Milhaud / Arthur Honegger - Amériques / L'Homme Et Son Désir / Pacific 231 (LP) (Vanguard Everyman Classics) $4.99
Eileen Farrell - Puccini Arias (LP) (Columbia Masterworks) $1.98
Elton John - Blue Moves (2xLP, Album, Glo) (MCA Records, The Rocket Record Company, MCA Records, The Rocket Record Company) $1.99
Elton John - Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy (LP, Album, Pin) (MCA Records) $9.99
Elton John - Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy (LP, Album, Glo) (MCA Records) $6.99
Elton John - Friends (LP, Album, RP, She) (Paramount Records) $1.99
Elton John - Friends (LP, Album) (Paramount Records, Paramount Records) $5.98
Elton John - Madman Across The Water (LP, Album, Gat) (UNI Records) $1.99
Elvin Bishop - Let It Flow (LP, Album) (Capricorn Records) $1.49
Elvis Costello - My Aim Is True (LP, Album, RE) (Columbia) $4.99
Elvis Costello And The Attractions* - Get Happy!! (LP, Album) (Columbia) $3.99
Emmylou Harris - Blue Kentucky Girl (LP, Album, Los) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.99
Emmylou Harris - Cimarron (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.49
Eric Andersen - Blue River (LP, Album) (Columbia, Columbia) $1.98
Eric Weissberg And Steve Mandell - Dueling Banjos From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Deliverance And Additional Music (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $0.99
Eric Weissberg And Steve Mandell - Dueling Banjos From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Deliverance And Additional Music (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.99
Eugene Ormandy Conducts The Philadelphia Orchestra / Tchaikovsky* - The Sleeping Beauty (LP, Album) (Columbia Masterworks) $3.99
Faye Richmonde - For Men Only (LP, Album) (Davis Records) $4.99
Firefall - Firefall (LP, Album, Mon) (Atlantic) $1.99
Fleetwood Mac - Heroes Are Hard To Find (LP, Album, CSM) (Reprise Records) $7.99
Fleetwood Mac - Mystery To Me (LP, Album, Gat) (Reprise Records) $2.99
Fleetwood Mac - Penguin (LP, Album, Gat) (Reprise Records) $7.99
Fleetwood Mac - Then Play On (LP, Album, RE, Gat) (Reprise Records) $4.99
Foghat - Night Shift (LP, Album, Club) (Bearsville) $1.99
Frank Chacksfield & His Orchestra - Chacksfield Plays Simon & Garfunkel & Jim Webb (LP, Gat) (London Records) $1.99
Frank Glazer - Plays American Music (LP) (Concert-Disc) $6.99
Frank Sinatra - Nice 'N' Easy (LP, Album) (Capitol Records, Capitol Records) $6.99
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Liverpool (LP, Album, DMM) (Island Records, Island Records) $2.99
Schubert* : Rolf Reinhardt, Endres Quartet* - Trout Quintet In A Major, D. 677 (Op. 114) (LP, Album) (VOX (6)) $4.98
Gabor Szabo - Rambler (LP, Album, gat) (CTI Records) $14.99
Genesis - Three Sides Live (2xLP, Album) (Atlantic) $1.99
George Gershwin - Plays Rhapsody In Blue And His Other Favorite Compositions (LP, Mono) (Movietone) $2.99
George Shearing - My Ship (LP, RE) (MPS Records, BASF) $1.49
Bizet, Kostelanetz And His Orchestra - Carmen (Opera For Orchestra) (LP)(Columbia) $2.99
Georges Moustaki - Georges Moustaki (LP, Album, Gat) (Polydor) $4.99
Puccini* / Inge Borkh, Renata Tebaldi, Mario Del Monaco, Alberto Erede - Turandot (3xLP, Mono + Box) (Decca, Decca, Decca) $4.99
Rossini* - Chicago Symphony* / Reiner* - Rossini Overtures (LP, Album) (RCA Red Seal, RCA Victor Red Seal) $4.98
Verdi, Jon Vickers, Mirella Freni, Peter Glossop, Berlin Philharmonic, Chorus Of The Deutsche Opera, Berlin*, Herbert Von Karajan - Otello (3xLP + Box) (Angel Records) $4.99
Glenn Medeiros - Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You (7") (Amherst Records, Amherst Records) $1.00
Grand Funk Railroad - Caught In The Act (2xLP, Album, Club) (Capitol Records, RCA Music Service) $6.99
Grand Funk* - We're An American Band (LP, Album, Gat) (Capitol Records) $9.99
Greg Kihn Band - Glass House Rock (LP) (Beserkley) $1.49
Greg Kihn Band - Next Of Kihn (LP, Album) (Beserkley) $1.98
Holst* - Herbert von Karajan, Vienna Philharmonic* - The Planets (LP, Album)(London Records) $4.99
Holst* - Herbert von Karajan, Vienna Philharmonic* - The Planets (LP, Album)(London Records) $1.98
Holst* - Zubin Mehta, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra - The Planets (LP, Album) (London Records) $4.99
Holst, Finzi / English Chamber Orchestra Conducted By Imogen Holst And Christopher Finzi - Holst: A Choral Fantasia / Psalm 86, Finzi: Dies Natalis (LP, Album) (Everest) $3.99
Gustav Mahler - Symphonie-Orchester Des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Rafael Kubelik - Symphonie Nr. 8 "Symphonie Der Tausend" · "Symphony Of A Thousand" / Symphonie Nr. 10: Adagio (2xLP, Comp) (Deutsche Grammophon, Deutsche Grammophon Resonance) $4.98
Mahler*, Karel Ančerl, Václav Neumann, The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Symphony No. 9 And No. 10 "Adagio" (2xLP, RM) (Quintessence) $6.99
Gustav Mahler, Utah Symphony Orchestra, Maurice Abravanel* - Mahler Symphony No.6 In A Minor (2xLP) (Vanguard Everyman Classics) $5.99
Hammer Smith - Hammer Smith (LP, Album) (Blues boy records) $4.98
Happy Crickets - Featuring The Chipmunk Song (LP) (Happy Time Records) $1.99
Belafonte* - Belafonte Sings Of The Caribbean (LP, Mono) (RCA Victor) $1.98
Heart - Dog & Butterfly (LP, Album, Gat) (Portrait) $1.99
Henri René And His Orchestra - Riot In Rhythm (LP, Album) (RCA Victor, RCA Victor) $1.99
Górecki* - Stefania Woytowicz, Symphonieorchester Des Sudwestfunks-Baden-Baden*, Ernest Bour - Police (Symphonie N° 3) (LP, Album) (Erato) $29.99
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass - What Now My Love (LP, Album) (A&M Records, A&M Records) $1.98
Herbert Von Karajan, Philharmonia Opera Company - Verdi Falstaff (3xLP, Mono)(Angel Records) $9.98
Hickory Wind - Crossing Devil's Bridge (LP, Album, Gat) (Flying Fish (2)) $5.99
Hubert Laws - The San Francisco Concert (LP, Album) (CTI Records) $6.99
Stravinsky* - Stravinsky's Head (LP, Comp) (Orphic Egg) $2.99
INXS - Listen Like Thieves (LP, Album, All) (Atlantic, Atlantic) $4.99
Irwin Kostal - Walt Disney's Fantasia (2xCD, Album) (Buena Vista Records) $5.99
J. D. Sumner & The Stamps Quartet - Elvis' Favorite Gospel Songs Featuring "Elvis Has Left The Building" (LP, Album) (QCA Records) $1.99
J.W. Everitt - Listen (LP, Album, Pri) (Thunderhead (1)) $14.99
J.W. Everitt - Listen (LP, Album, Pri) (Thunderhead (1)) $9.98
J.W. Everitt - Listen (LP, Album, Pri) (Thunderhead (1)) $14.99
Jackson Browne - The Pretender (LP, Album, RE, AR) (Asylum Records) $1.99
James Plotkin - Kurtlanmak / Damascus (CD, Album, RE, Ltd) (Utech Records) $4.99
Jan & Dean - Surf City And Other Swingin' Cities (LP, Album) (Liberty) $3.99
Johann Stamitz, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Munich Chamber Orchestra, Hans Stadlmair - Tibor Varga Orchestra, Tibor Varga - Stamitz : Symphony In A Major / Mozart : Divertimento In D Major, K.136 (LP, Mono) (Nonesuch) $3.99
Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow (LP, Album) (RCA Victor, RCA Victor) $4.99
Jefferson Starship - Dragon Fly (LP, Album, Ind) (Grunt (3)) $1.49
Jefferson Starship - Dragon Fly (LP, Album, Ind) (Grunt (3)) $1.49
Jefferson Starship - Earth (LP, Album, Ind) (Grunt (3)) $1.98
Jesse Colin Young - American Dreams (LP, Album, RE, PRC) (Elektra) $1.99
Jesse Colin Young - Song For Juli (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.49
Jesse Colin Young - Songbird (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.98
Jesse Winchester - Let The Rough Side Drag (LP, Album) (Bearsville) $1.99
Jethro Tull - War Child (LP, Album, Pit) (Chrysalis) $4.99
Jim Croce - You Don't Mess Around With Jim (LP, Album, RE) (ABC Records) $1.99
Jimmy Nelson - Fun & Games & Lots Of Laughs: Jokes And Riddles (LP)(Tinkerbell Records) $4.98
Joan Baez - Blowin' Away (LP, Album) (Portrait) $1.49
Joan Jett And The Blackhearts* - Little Liar (7") (Blackheart Records) $1.99
Joh. Seb. Bach* - Antonio Vivaldi - David* und Igor Oistrach, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Franz Konwitchny* - Konzert D-moll Für Zwei Violinen Und Streichorchester / Concerto Grosso A-moll Op. 3 Nr. 8 (10", Mono)(Deutsche Grammophon) $9.98
J. S. Bach* / Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Marga Höffgen, Nicolai Gedda, Heinz Rehfuss, Chorus And Orchestra Of The Society Of The Friends Of Music, Vienna*, Herbert von Karajan - Mass In B Minor (3xLP) (Angel Records, Angel Records, Angel Records) $14.98
Bach*, Glenn Gould - Concerto In F Major ("Italian") • Partita No. 1 In B-Flat Major • Partita No. 2 In C Minor (LP) (Columbia Masterworks) $6.98
Johann Strauss, Jr., Anna Moffo, Sergio Franchi, Risë Stevens, Jeanette Scovotti, Richard Lewis (3), George London (2), John Hauxvell, Oscar Danon, Vienna State Opera Orchestra* And Chorus* - The Great Moments From Die Fledermaus (In English) (LP, Album, RP) (RCA Red Seal, RCA Red Seal) $2.98
John Barry - The Knack...And How To Get It (Original Motion Picture Score) (LP, Album) (United Artists Records) $6.99
John Denver - Looking For Space (7") (RCA Victor) $1.00
John Denver - Windsong (LP, Album, Gat) (RCA, RCA Victor) $1.99
John Klemmer - Hush (LP, Album, All) (Elektra) $1.49
Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two - Get Rhythm (LP, Comp, Club) (Sun (9)) $2.99
Johnny Mathis - Johnny's Mood (LP, Album) (Columbia) $2.99
Juanita Hall With Claude Hopkins All Stars - The Original Bloody Mary Sings The Blues (LP, Album) (Counterpoint, Counterpoint) $21.99
Judy Collins - Bread & Roses (LP, Album) (Elektra) $1.99
Judy Collins - Colors Of The Day The Best Of Judy Collins (LP, Comp, RE)(Elektra) $1.49
Judy Collins - In My Life (LP, Album, RE) (Elektra) $1.98
Judy Collins - True Stories And Other Dreams (LP) (Elektra) $1.49
Judy Collins - Who Knows Where The Time Goes (LP, Album, RE, Gat) (Elektra) $1.98
Karl Münchinger, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra* - Pachelbel Kanon, Albinoni Adagio (LP, Album) (London Records) $9.98
Keath Barrie - Reach Out (LP, Album) (United Artists Records) $1.98
Keith Jarrett - Best Of Keith Jarrett (LP, Comp) (ABC Impulse!) $1.99
Ken Thorne - Superman Ⅱ (Original Soundtrack) (LP, Album, Etch) (Warner Bros. Records) $3.99
Kenny Rogers - Love Lifted Me (LP, Album) (United Artists Records) $1.99
Kool & The Gang - Celebrate! (LP, Album, PRC) (De-Lite Records, De-Lite Records) $3.99
Kool & The Gang - Something Special (LP, Album, 26) (De-Lite Records) $4.99
Kurt Weill - Lotte Lenya, Wilhelm Brückner-Rüggeberg - Die Dreigroschenoper / The Threepenny Opera / L'Opéra De Quat'Sous (2xLP + Box) (Columbia Masterworks) $6.99
Larry Harlow ,Canta: Gary Carrion - Asi Soy Yo (LP, Album) (Coco Records, Coco Records) $14.98
Laurindo Almeida - Concerto De Copacabana (LP) (Capitol Records) $2.99
Lena Horne - Give The Lady What She Wants (LP, Album) (RCA Victor) $2.99
Delibes, Fistoulari, London Symphony Orchestra* - Sylvia (2xLP) (Mercury) $24.99
Leo Sayer - Endless Flight (LP, Album, RE) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.49
Leonard Bernstein, William Russo, Seiji Ozawa, San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, Siegel-Schwall Band* - Symphonic Dances From West Side Story / Three Pieces For Blues Band And Orchestra (LP) (Deutsche Grammophon) $4.99
Leroy Vandyke* - Auctioneer (7", Single) (Dot Records) $1.49
Liar - Set The World On Fire (LP, Album, Pic, Promo) (Bearsville) $2.99
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Mehta - The First Recording From The Music Center (LP, Album, Ltd) (RCA Victor) $4.98
Lou Monte - Pepino The Italian Mouse / What Did Washington Say (When He Crossed The Delaware) (7", Single) (Reprise Records) $2.99
Lou Reed - The Bells (LP, Album, San) (Arista) $9.99
Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Morton Gould - Cakewalk Ballet Suite / Fall River Legend Ballet Suite (LP, Mono) (Columbia Masterworks) $3.99
Louisiana Red - King Bee (LP, Album) (JSP Records) $14.99
Luciano Pavarotti - Pavarotti My Own Story-Musical Highlights Of His Spectacular Career (2xLP, Album) (London Records) $4.98
Beethoven* - The Budapest String Quartet* - Beethoven: The Middle Quartets (Box + 4xLP) (Columbia Masterworks) $14.98
Beethoven* - The Budapest Quartet* - The Late Quartets (4xLP, Mono) (Columbia, Odyssey) $19.99
Beethoven*, Bruno Walter - Symphony No. 6 In F Major, Op. 68 ("Pastorale") (LP)(Columbia Masterworks) $19.99
Ludwig van Beethoven, Prague Quartet* - String Quartet In E Flat Major "Harp", Op. 74 / String Quartet In F Minor, Op.95 (LP) (Supraphon) $5.99
Magnolia Jazz Band - Magnolia Jazz Band (LP, Album) (Magnolia Records (2)) $4.99
Tommy Makem & Liam Clancy* - The Makem & Clancy Concert (2xLP, Album, Gat)(Blackbird Records (4)) $5.99
Mario Lanza - MGM Presents Mario Lanza In For The First Time (LP) (RCA Victor) $1.98
Mark-Almond - Mark-Almond II (LP, Album) (Blue Thumb Records) $1.98
Maurice Chevalier - "Yesterday" (LP) (MGM Records, MGM Records) $1.99
Meredith Willson - The Music Man - Original Broadway Cast (LP, Album) (Capitol Records, Capitol Records) $1.98
Michael Franks - One Bad Habit (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.98
Michael Franks - One Bad Habit (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.99
Michael Franks - Sleeping Gypsy (LP, Album, RE) (Warner Bros. Records) $2.99
Michael McDonald - No Lookin' Back (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records) $1.49
Michael Stanley - Friends And Legends (LP, Album) (MCA Records) $2.99
Michel Legrand And His Orchestra* - Castles In Spain (LP, Album, Mono)(Columbia) $2.98
Miles Davis - Sketches Of Spain (LP, Album, RE) (Columbia) $12.99
Miroslav Vitous - Magical Shepherd (LP, Album, Promo) (Warner Bros. Records) $12.98
Mitchel Forman - Only A Memory (LP, Album) (Soul Note) $4.99
Morgana King - Cuore Di Mama (LP, Album) (Mainstream Records) $1.99
Morton Gould - Brass & Percussion (LP, Album) (RCA Victor Red Seal, RCA Victor Red Seal) $3.99
Mötley Crüe - Shout At The Devil (LP, Album) (Elektra) $4.99
Mountain - Climbing! (LP, Album, RE, Sil) (Bell Records) $15.99
Nat "King" Cole* - Looking Back / Do I Like It (7", Single) (Capitol Records) $1.00
Nat King Cole - Unforgettable (LP, Album, RE, RP) (Capitol Records) $4.98
Natalie Cole - Inseparable (LP, Album) (Capitol Records) $1.99
New York Pro Musica - Instrumental Music From The Courts Of Queen Elizabeth And King James (LP) (Decca) $2.99
Nils Lofgren - Nils (LP, Album) (A&M Records, A&M Records, A&M Records) $1.49
No Artist - Chilling, Thrilling Sounds Of The Haunted House (LP, Album)(Disneyland) $2.99
Dello Joio* / Ravel* - Boston Symphony Orchestra / Erich Leinsdorf, Lorin Hollander - Fantasy And Variations / Concerto In G (LP, Album) (RCA Victor Red Seal) $6.98
The Norman Luboff Choir* - Easy To Remember (LP, Album, Mono, RP)(Columbia) $1.49
Norman Luboff Choir - Sing! It's Good For You (LP) (RCA Victor) $1.98
O.C. Smith* - Hickory Holler Revisited (LP, Album) (Columbia) $2.99
Orleans - Waking And Dreaming (LP, Album, Promo) (Asylum Records) $1.99
Pat Benatar - Get Nervous (LP, Album) (Chrysalis) $1.49
Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra - Blooming Hits (LP, Album) (Philips, Philips) $1.49
Pee Wee Russell - Pee Wee Russell & His Dixieland All Stars (LP) (Pickwick) $2.99
Miss Peggy Lee* - Somethin' Groovy (LP, Album) (Capitol Records) $2.99
Percy Faith And His Orchestra* - Bon Voyage! Continental Souvenirs (LP, Album)(Columbia) $1.98
Percy Faith And His Orchestra* - Jealousy (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.49
Peter Frampton - Frampton's Camel (LP, Album, Mon) (A&M Records) $2.99
Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel (LP, Album, MO=) (ATCO Records) $8.99
Phyllis Bryn-Julson ∙ Jan DeGaetani ∙ Philip Langridge ∙ Stephen Roberts ∙ David Wilson-Johnson ∙ John Tomlinson (2) ∙ London Sinfonietta ∙ David Atherton (2) ∙ Harrison Birtwistle - Punch and Judy (2xLP, Album) (Decca) $9.98
Poco - Crazy Eyes (LP, Album, CSM) (Epic) $1.99
The Pointer Sisters* - That's A Plenty (LP, Album) (Blue Thumb Records) $1.49
Polar Bear Club - The View, The Life (7", EP, Ltd, Red) (Bridge Nine Records) $8.99
Prince - 1999 (2xLP, Album, Win) (Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records) $7.99
Tchaikovsky* - Leopold Stokowski - Swan Lake Acts Il And Ill (LP, Mono, Gat)(RCA Victor Red Seal) $9.99
Tchaikovsky, Andrew Davis, The Toronto Symphony - The Nutcracker, The Complete Ballet (2xLP, Album) (Columbia Masterworks, CBS Masterworks) $4.98
Vaughan Williams* - Sir Adrian Boult, London Philharmonic Orchestra* - Symphony No. 5 • Serenade To Music (LP, Album) (His Master's Voice) $2.99
Vaughan Williams, Norma Burrowes, London Philharmonic Choir, London Philharmonic Orchestra*, Sir Adrian Boult - Sinfonia Antartica (LP) (His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice) $4.98
Vaughan Williams, Sir Adrian Boult, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Choir*, Peter Katin - Symphony No. 9 / Fantasia On The 'Old 104th' (LP) (His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice) $5.99
Vaughan Williams, London Philharmonic, Sir Adrian Boult - A London Symphony (Symphony No. 2) (LP) (Angel Records, EMI) $7.99
Ray Conniff - The Magic Of Ray Conniff (2xLP, Comp, Gat) (Columbia) $1.99
Richard Pryor - Wanted: Live In Concert (2xLP) (Warner Bros. Records) $6.99
Richard Wagner / Birgit Nilsson / Wolfgang Windgassen / Christa Ludwig / Eberhard Waechter* / Karl Böhm - Tristan Und Isolde (Opernauszüge) (LP, Album)(Deutsche Grammophon) $4.98
Wagner, Birgit Nilsson ⋅ Gré Brouwenstijn ⋅ Rita Gorr ⋅ Jon Vickers ⋅ George London (2) ⋅ David Ward (7) / London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Erich Leinsdorf - Die Walküre (5xLP + Box) (London Records) $29.99
Rita Coolidge - The Lady's Not For Sale (LP, Album, Gat) (A&M Records, A&M Records) $1.49
Robert Merrill, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, The Columbia Symphony Orchestra - Yankee Doodle Dandies! (LP, Album) (Columbia Masterworks) $1.98
Robert Palmer - Secrets (LP, Album) (Island Records) $1.99
Robert Schumann, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* & Rafael Kubelik - Symphony No. 3 "Rhenish" · Manfred Overture (LP, Mono) (Deutsche Grammophon) $4.98
Rod McKuen - At Carnegie Hall (2xLP, Album) (Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records) $2.99
Rod Stewart - Blondes Have More Fun (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.99
Rod Stewart - Smiler (LP, Album) (Mercury, Mercury) $1.99
Rodgers & Hammerstein, Helen Traubel, William Johnson (8) - Pipe Dream (LP, Album) (RCA Victor) $1.98
Roger Miller - A Tender Look At Love (LP, Album) (Smash Records (4)) $2.99
Roomful Of Blues - Let's Have A Party (LP, Album) (Antilles) $4.99
Rosanne Cash - Seven Year Ache (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.99
Santana - Caravanserai (LP, Album, Gat) (Columbia) $1.99
Santana - Inner Secrets (LP, Album, Ter) (Columbia) $3.99
Santana - Santana (LP, Album, RE) (Columbia) $3.99
Santana - Zebop! (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.99
Schoolly D - Another Sign (12") (Columbia) $2.99
Scott Cossu - Wind Dance (LP, Album) (Windham Hill Records, Windham Hill Records) $1.99
Scott Cossu With Eugene Friesen - Reunion (LP, Album) (Windham Hill Records) $1.99
Seatrain - Seatrain (LP, Album, RE, Gat) (Capitol Records) $2.99
Rachmaninoff* - Van Cliburn, Symphony Of The Air, Kiril Kondrashin - Concerto No. 3 (LP, Album) (RCA Victor Red Seal) $2.98
Sergei Rachmaninoff* / Zoltán Kodály - Harvey Shapiro, Earl Wild - Sonata In G Minor, Op. 19 For Piano And 'Cello / Sonata, Op. 4 For 'Cello And Piano (LP, Album) (Nonesuch) $9.99
Sesame Street - The Sesame Street Record (LP, Album) (Columbia) $2.98
Shelley Berman - Inside Shelley Berman (LP, Album) (Verve Records) $1.98
Simon And Garfunkel* - Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Thyme (LP, Album, RE)(Columbia) $2.99
Siobhan McKenna / Cyril Cusack In John Millington Synge's* - The Playboy Of The Western World (2xLP, Album, Mono + Box) (Seraphim) $4.99
Stan Getz / Joao Gilberto* Featuring Antonio Carlos Jobim - Getz / Gilberto (LP, Album, Mono, Gat) (Verve Records) $9.99
Stanley Turrentine - The Man With The Sad Face (LP, Album) (Fantasy) $3.99
Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills (LP, Album, CTH) (Atlantic) $1.99
Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills 2 (LP, Album, MO) (Atlantic) $2.98
Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills 2 (LP, Album, MO) (Atlantic) $2.98
Stephen Stills - Stills (LP, Album) (Columbia) $2.98
Stephen Stills, Manassas - Down The Road (LP, Album, Mon) (Atlantic) $2.99
Steve Hites - Yukon Legacy (LP) (Chilkoot Railway & Navigation Company) $14.99
Szalai Antal És Cigányzenekara* - Cigányfantázia (LP, Album) (Qualiton) $2.99
Tangerine Dream - Legend (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album) (MCA Records) $24.99
Ted Nugent - State Of Shock (LP, Album) (Epic, Epic) $2.99
The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation - To Mum, From Aynsley And The Boys (LP, Album) (Blue Thumb Records) $4.99
The Brothers Four - Rally 'Round! (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.98
The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday (LP, Album) (Columbia) $2.99
The Chipmunks - The Chipmunks Sing The Beatles' Hits (LP, Album) (Liberty) $2.99
The Chris Hinze Combination - Bamboo Magic (LP) (Atlantic) $4.99
The Crusaders - Rhapsody And Blues (LP, Album, Gat) (MCA Records, MCA Records) $2.99
The Cure - Just Like Heaven (12", Promo, Single) (Elektra) $24.99
The Doors - L.A. Woman (LP, Album, RE) (Elektra) $10.99
The Doors - Waiting For The Sun (LP, Album, Uni) (Elektra) $15.99
The Jam - Setting Sons (LP, Album, 72) (Polydor, Polydor) $10.99
London National Philharmonic Orchestra*, John Lubbock - Kitaro - World Of Kitaro (LP) (Sound Design) $7.99
The Monkees - The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees (LP, Album) (RCA Victor) $2.99
The Monkees - The Monkees (LP, Album, Mono) (Colgems) $1.99
The Mystic Moods Orchestra - One Stormy Night (LP, Album) (Philips) $2.98
Mystic Moods Orchestra* - Stormy Weekend (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $2.98
The Philadelphia Orchestra - Hora Staccato (LP) (Columbia Masterworks) $3.99
The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy - 1812 Overture / Wellington's Victory (LP) (RCA Red Seal) $3.99
The Rippingtons Featuring Russ Freeman (2) - Kilimanjaro (LP, Album) (Passport Jazz) $12.99
The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (LP, Album, Mono) (London Records, London Records) $14.99
Rolling Stones* - Dirty Work (LP, Album) (Rolling Stones Records) $7.99
The Rolling Stones - Hot Rocks 1964-1971 (2xLP, Comp, Bes) (London Records) $7.99
The Rolling Stones - Out Of Our Heads (LP, Album, Mono, RP) (London Records) $4.99
The Staples - Pass It On (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.98
The Youngbloods - Elephant Mountain (LP, Album) (RCA Victor) $2.99
Tim Weisberg - Dreamspeaker (LP, Album, Promo) (A&M Records) $4.98
Todd Duncan , Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill, Maurice Levine - Lost In The Stars (LP, Mono) (Decca) $2.99
Tom Hunter - Comin' Home (LP, Album) (Long Sleeve Records) $1.99
Tony Randall , Jacquelyn McKeever, Edward Platt With Susan Johnson (4) And Paul Valentine (2), Stanley Carlson, Alexandra Danilova And Members Of The Original Broadway Cast* With Eileen Rodgers - Oh Captain! (LP, Album, Mono)(Columbia Masterworks) $4.99
Tower Of Power - Urban Renewal (LP, Album) (Warner Bros. Records) $4.99
Traveler - Lost In The Late Late Show (LP, Promo) (ABC Records) $1.49
Twila Paris - The Warrior Is A Child (LP, Album) (Milk & Honey) $1.49
Various - CSB Jazz Writer's Album 1981/82 "No Clams Allowed" (LP, Album) (Not On Label) $7.99
Various - Damn Yankees (An Original Cast Recording) (LP, Album) (RCA Victor) $4.98
Various - Fairytale Christmas (LP, Album) (Realistic) $9.98
Various - Jazz Piano: A Smithsonian Collection (6xLP, Comp + Box) (Smithsonian Collection, CBS Special Products) $9.99
Various - Leonard Sillman's New Faces Of 1952 - Original Cast (LP) (RCA Victor) $1.99
Various - London Phase 4 Release Sampler - Fall '77 (LP, Comp, Promo, Smplr)(London Records) $1.49
Various - New Music That Stays New (LP, Promo, Smplr) (Warner Bros. Records) $2.99
Various - Pumping Vinyl (2xLP, Comp) (Warner Bros. Records) $1.99
Various - San Francisco Sampler - Fall 1970 (LP, Comp) (San Francisco Records) $4.99
Various - Stereo Rhythms (LP, Album) (Fiesta) $4.98
Various - Stereo Sampler, Vol. I (LP, Comp, Smplr) (Mercury) $1.49
Various - Stereo! Stereo! Stereo! (LP, Album, Comp) (Westminster) $1.98
Various - The Headliners (5th Anniversary) (LP, Comp, Ltd, Smplr) (Columbia) $1.98
Various - The Headliners, Volume 2 (LP) (Columbia Record Club) $4.99
Various - The Littlest Revue (Original Cast Recording) (LP) (Epic) $1.99
Various - The Original Cast Album Of "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" (LP, Album) (MGM Records, MGM Records) $2.99
Various - The Top Pops In Stereo (LP, Comp) (Decca) $1.98
Various - Trompetenkonzerte - Trumpet Concertos (LP, Album, RP) (Archiv Produktion) $4.98
Various - Walt Disney Presents: A Child's Introduction To Melody And The Instruments Of The Orchestra (LP) (Disneyland) $6.99
Various - Walt Disney's "The Jungle Book" - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (LP, Album, Pic) (Disneyland) $21.99
Various - Windham Hill Records Sampler '88 (LP, Smplr) (Windham Hill Records) $1.99
Bellini, Callas, Filippeschi, Stignani, Rossi-Lemeni* - Norma (3xLP, Album, Mono + Box) (Angel Recordings) $23.99
Wayne Berry - Home At Last (LP, Album) (RCA Victor) $2.99
W. A. Mozart* - Walter Gieseking - Complete Works For Piano Solo Album III (LP, Album) (Angel Records, Angel Records, Angel Records) $4.98
Mozart* / Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Christa Ludwig, Hanny Steffek, Alfredo Kraus, Giuseppe Taddei, Walter Berry, The Philharmonia Orchestra* And Chorus*, Karl Böhm - Così Fan Tutte (4xLP + Box) (Angel Records, Angel Records) $23.99
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ‧ Maria Stader ‧ Hertha Töpper ‧ Ernst Haefliger ‧ Ivan Sardi ‧ Dirigent: Ferenc Fricsay - Grosse Messe In C-Moll ‧ Mass In C Minor, K. 427 (LP) (Deutsche Grammophon) $3.99
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Chamber Orchestra Of The Saar*, Karl Ristenpart - 3 Divertimentos K.136, 137, 138 (Salzburg Symphonies) (LP) (Nonesuch) $3.99
Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra - Cugat Cavalcade (LP, Album) (Columbia) $1.98
Yaz* - Nobody's Diary / State Farm (12") (Sire, Sire, Mute, Mute) $3.99
Yes - Tormato (LP, Album) (Atlantic) $1.99
The Fabulous Osipov Balalaika Orchestra* - The Fabulous Osipov Balalaika Orchestra (LP, Album) (Melodiya/Angel) $2.99
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2017.08.04 02:13 jamesmurray34 [For Sale] Last post before I go back to VT. BUY 2 GET 1 FREE. Dirt cheap prices

Can only ship to the US minus Alaska and Hawaii. Shipping is $4.75 plus $.35 for each individual LP. Also, I am open to trades so feel free to look at my Discogs wantlist https://www.discogs.com/wantlist?user=jamesmurray34 or anything that is new hip hop
Open to deals on all except Mac Miller and Kid Cudi. Those prices are strict.
** Free record must be of value of $5 or less
Items that do not have conditions have not had their prices lowered so PM me for requests on prices.
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Mac Miller GOOD AM VG+/VG+ 20
Kid Cudi Indicud VG+/VG+ $20
[SOLD] Led Zeppelin II SD 8236 G/F (Sleeve where record goes has split) $3
[SOLD] Led Zeppelin III SD 7201 G+/G+ (Overall really good condition, a few scratches and a little wear) $10
Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti VG/VG+ $17 .
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Nat King Cole With Orchestra And Chorus Conducted By Nelson Riddle Wild Is Love G VG $1.50
The Mamas & The Papas The Mamas & The Papas P G+ multiple scratches, solid sleeve but a split in the middle on the bottom $0.75
Huey Lewis & The News Sports F G+ $0.75
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour F G+ solid cover, no booklet inside. Record in rough shape $2.50
[SOLD] The Mamas & The Papas If You Can Believe Your Eyes And Ears F G+ record is in rough shape $1.00
Elvis Presley Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden F P $0.50
The Muppets The Muppet Movie - Original Soundtrack Recording G VG record is in rough shape but great cover $1.00
ABBA Arrival G+ G+ $1.00
The Allman Brothers Band Enlightened Rogues VG VG $1.00
Harry Belafonte With Odetta ~ Miriam Makeba ~ The Chad Mitchell Trio ~ The Belafonte Folk Singers Belafonte Returns To Carnegie Hall G+ G $2.00
ABBA The Album G+ VG $1.25
Billy Joel An Innocent Man G+ G+ $1.00
The Muppets The Great Muppet Caper: An Original Soundtrack Recording G VG $1.10
[SOLD] Ozzy Osbourne Blizzard Of Ozz F F $1.00
[SOLD] Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water G G $1.00
Captain And Tennille Song Of Joy G G $0.75
Rufus & Chaka Khan Ask Rufus VG VG comes with poster $1.00
Van Halen Fair Warning G G+ $2.00
Johannes Brahms / Carlo Maria Giulini, Philharmonia Orchestra Symphony No. 1 In C Minor G+ VG $1.50
The Oak Ridge Boys Greatest Hits G VG $0.50
Alabama Mountain Music G VG $1.00
Alabama My Home's In Alabama G VG $1.00
Alabama Feels So Right G G $0.50
Dal McKennon Walt Disney Presents The Story of Treasure Island G+ VG $1.50
Bobby Helms Jingle Bell Rock G G $0.75
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Maurice de Abravanel, Utah Symphony Orchestra 1812 Overture / Romeo And Juliet VG VG $1.00
Roy Orbison Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits F G+ $0.50
Ferrante & Teicher The Very Best Of Ferrante & Teicher VG G+ $0.75
Igor Stravinsky - Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Lorin Maazel The Firebird (Ballet Suite) • Song Of The Nightingale G+ VG $0.75
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Van Cliburn, Kiril Kondrashin Concerto No. 1 G+ G+ $0.75
Johannes Brahms - Arturo Toscanini And The NBC Symphony Orchestra Symphony No. 4 G+ G+ $1.00
Morton Gould And His Orchestra The Beautiful Music of Edvard Grieg: Peer Gynt VG G+ $0.75
ABBA Super Trouper G G $0.75
ABBA Voulez-Vous G G+ $1.00
The Kinks Low Budget VG G+ $0.75
Geraldine Don't Fight The Feeling G+ VG $0.75
Bee Gees Bee Gees' 1st G G+ $1.00
Dionne Warwick Dionne G G+ $0.75
Steve Miller Band Number 5 G G+ $1.00
Chicago Chicago 18 G+ VG $1.25
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"Annie" Original Cast Annie (Original Cast Recording) G+ G+ $0.50
10cc Look Hear? $3.00
1776 Original Broadway Cast 1776 - A New Musical G+ VG $0.99
ABC The Lexicon Of Love $4.00
Aerosmith Rocks $8.00
[SOLD] Aerosmith Aerosmith $4.00
Al Di Meola Elegant Gypsy VG VG $2.50
Al Di Meola Casino VG VG $2.00
Al Di Meola Electric Rendezvous VG+ VG $2.50
Alan Parsons Project The Turn Of A Friendly Card VG+ VG $1.00
Alan Parsons Project Eye In The Sky VG VG $1.00
Aldo Nova Aldo Nova VG+ VG $1.00
Alex North The Sound And The Fury VG VG $4.00
Alex Taylor With Friends And Neighbors G+ G+ $1.10
Alexis Weissenberg Sonatas No. 62 In E-flat / No. 50 In D / No. 33 In C Minor G+ G+ $0.50
Alice Cooper Love It To Death G G $5.00
Alice Cooper Billion Dollar Babies $12.00
America Hat Trick G G $0.75
America Holiday G G $0.25
America History · America's Greatest Hits G+ G+ $0.75
America Silent Letter G+ G+ $1.10
America Alibi VG VG $1.00
America Live G VG $1.25
André Previn Trio The Light Fantastic, A Tribute To Fred Astaire $2.00
Andrew Gold Whirlwind VG VG $1.25
Andy Williams Alone Again (Naturally) VG VG $1.00
Armageddon Armageddon G+ VG $7.25
Arthur Rubinstein The Chopin Ballades $3.00
Arthur Rubinstein Artur Rubinstein - Chopin VG G+ $1.50
Artie Shaw This Is Artie Shaw VG VG $1.00
Audrey Hepburn And Rex Harrison My Fair Lady - Soundtrack G VG $1.00
Aztec Two-Step Aztec Two-Step VG VG $1.00
Aztec Two-Step Second Step VG G+ $1.00
Aztec Two-Step Adjoining Suites VG G+ $1.00
Aztec Two-Step Two's Company VG G+ $1.00
B-52's Mesopotamia VG+ VG Sticker damage in the top right $3.25
Ballet Folklorico De Mexico Ballet Folklorico De Mexico $4.00
Bananarama Bananarama VG VG $1.00
Barbara Mandrell / Lee Greenwood Meant For Each Other VG+ VG+ $1.00
Barbra Streisand The Way We Were warped $1.00
Barbra Streisand Stoney End G+ VG $0.75
Barbra Streisand A Happening In Central Park G+ G+ $0.50
Barbra Streisand Barbra Streisand's Greatest Hits G+ VG $0.75
Barbra Streisand My Name Is Barbra, Two... G+ G+ $0.75
Barbra Streisand A Christmas Album VG VG $1.00
Barbra Streisand Streisand Superman G+ G+ $0.75
Barbra Streisand Barbra Streisand's Greatest Hits - Volume 2 G VG $0.50
Barbra Streisand Memories G+ VG $0.75
Barry Manilow Live G G+ $2.00
Beatles Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da G+ Generic $7.00
Bee Gees Here At Last - Live G+ G+ $0.75
Belinda Carlisle Belinda VG+ VG+ $1.00
Benny Mardones Never Run Never Hide VG G+ $2.00
Berlin Pleasure Victim VG VG $1.00
Beverly Sill Music Of Victor Herbert G+ VG $1.00
Billy Squier The Tale Of The Tape $5.00
Billy Vaughn Sukiyaka $2.00
Bob James Touchdown VG+ VG+ $1.00
Bob James Lucky Seven VG+ VG+ $1.00
Bonnie Raitt Sweet Forgiveness VG G+ $1.25
Bonnie Raitt Sweet Forgiveness VG VG $1.50
Boz Scaggs & Band Boz Scaggs & Band VG G+ $1.00
Brand X Unorthodox Behaviour VG VG $2.00
Brand X Unorthodox Behaviour VG+ VG+ $2.00
Brand X Livestock VG+ VG $2.00
Brand X Moroccan Roll $3.00
Brand X Product VG+ VG+ $2.50
Brothers Four The Big Folk Hits $1.00
Buffy Sainte-Marie Little Wheel Spin And Spin VG G+ $1.25
Burl Ives Burl Ives Sings Little White Duck And Other Children's Favorites G+ G+ $1.00
Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits $1.00
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach The Harp VG+ VG $1.00
Carly Simon Boys In The Trees VG VG $0.50
Carol Channing, Florence Henderson The Great Stars of Broadway $1.00
Caswell Carnahan Borderlands VG VG $1.50
Cat Stevens Cat Stevens' Buddha And The Chocolate Box missing outermost sleeve $7.00
Cate Bros. Band Cate Bros. Band VG+ VG $1.25
Charlie Musselwhite Louisiana Fog G+ VG $5.50
Cher The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss) $2.00
Chuck Mangione Main Squeeze VG VG $0.75
Clannad Magical Ring $3.00
Clannad Crann Ull VG+ VG $3.50
Cleveland Orchestra, Artur Rodzinski Debussy: La Mer (The Sea) G G $1.00
Climax Blues Band 1969 / 1972 VG VG $3.50
Cooper Brothers Cooper Brothers VG VG $0.75
Cream Goodbye G G $2.00
Crusaders Southern Comfort G+ G $1.00
Dan Fogelberg Nether Lands G+ VG $1.00
Daniel Adni, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kenneth Alwyn Music From Films For Piano & Orchestra VG G+ $1.00
Danny Guglielmi Adventure In Sound VG VG $12.00
David Crosby If I Could Only Remember My Name VG G $3.00
David Merrick And Leland Hayward Gypsy - A Musical Fable VG VG $1.00
David Qualey Soliloquy VG+ VG $1.00
David Riordan Medicine Wheel VG G+ $1.00
David Sanborn A Change Of Heart VG+ VG $1.00
David Shire Baby VG+ VG $1.00
David Soul Playing To An Audience Of One VG VG $1.25
David Werner David Werner VG+ VG $1.00
Dexter Wansel What The World Is Coming To VG G+ $0.75
Dick Hyman And His Orchestra Provocative Piano VG VG $1.00
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Lieder Von Debussy Und Ravel $1.00
Dire Straits Love Over Gold VG VG $3.75
Don Burrows Duo VG G+ $3.00
Dragon Body And The Beat VG+ VG+ $1.50
Earl Klugh Dream Come True VG+ VG $1.00
Eddie Kochak Strictly Belly Dancing (Ya Habibi #2) G+ G $1.00
Eddie Kochak Strictly Belly Dancing Vol. 3 VG G $1.00
Elias Rahbani Mosaic Of The Orient (Näi, Buzuk & Guitar) VG VG+ $125.00
Elton John Tumbleweed Connection VG G $2.25
Elton John Elton John VG VG $1.75
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Emerson, Lake & Palmer $4.00
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Brain Salad Surgery VG G+ $3.75
Engelbert Humperdinck Just For You VG G $1.00
Engelbert Humperdinck Just For You VG G+ $1.25
Enoch Light And His Orchestra Stereo 35/MM $3.00
Eugene Ormandy And The Philadelphia Orchestra Symphony No. 1 In C Minor G+ G+ $0.75
Eugene Ormandy And The Philadelphia Orchestra Christmas $3.00
Evelyn King Music Box $4.00
Fairground Attraction The First Of A Million Kisses VG+ VG $1.00
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Sonatas For Cello And Piano $2.00
Felix Slatkin Charge ! $4.00
Fleetwood Mac Tusk 7" Single $2.00
Foghat Foghat VG+ VG $1.25
Gary Brooker (No More) Fear Of Flying VG+ VG $1.25
Gene Watson Heartaches, Love & Stuff VG VG $1.00
George Abdo And His "Flames Of Araby" Orchestra The Art Of Belly Dancing G+ G+ $0.75
George Abdo And His "Flames Of Araby" Orchestra The Joy Of Belly Dancing G G $0.75
George Abdo And His "Flames Of Araby" Orchestra Belly Dancing With George Abdo G+ G+ $0.75
George Gershwin Rhapsody In Blue And Porgy And Bess G VG $1.00
Giacomo Puccini La Bohème VG VG $1.00
Gian Carlo Menotti Amahl and the Night Visitors VG VG $1.00
Gilbert & Sullivan The Mikado $3.00
Glenn Frey No Fun Aloud VG+ VG $0.75
Gloria Gaynor I Am What I Am VG VG 12' Single $0.75
Gordon Michaels Stargazer VG+ VG $1.00
Harry Chapin Sequel VG VG $0.90
[SOLD] Heart Heart VG+ VG+ $0.75
Hilton Kean Jones Hilton Kean Jones' Eastmontage And Performances By Eastman School Of Music Student Ensembles VG G+ $2.50
Holly Near Imagine My Surprise! VG VG $0.75
Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie Harp VG+ VG $0.75
Humble Pie Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore VG G+ $0.85
Ian Thomas Riders On Dark Horses VG VG $1.25
Igor Stravinsky Stravinsky Conducts Histoire Du Soldat Suite: Pulcinella Suite VG G+ $1.75
It's A Beautiful Day It's A Beautiful Day G+ G $0.75
Jackie Gleason Jackie Gleason Presents The Torch With The Blue Flame G+ G+ $1.00
Jackson Browne Lawyers In Love VG G+ $0.75
Jaime Brockett Remember The Wind And The Rain G G+ $1.00
Jake Walton The Gloaming Grey VG VG $1.00
James Gang Yer' Album G G+ $1.75
James Last Guitar À Gogo $1.00
James Levine Conducts Johannes Brahms, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Symphony No. 1 VG+ VG $2.00
James Taylor Dad Loves His Work VG VG $0.75
Jane Olivor The Best Side Of Goodbye VG VG $0.50
Jean-Pierre Rampal / Claude Bolling Suite For Flute And Jazz Piano VG G+ $0.65
Jeff Beck Wired G+ G+ $0.75
Jeff Lass Conversations With Bill Evans $1.00
Jeff Wayne Jeff Wayne's Musical Version Of The War Of The Worlds VG VG $2.50
[SOLD] Jefferson Airplane Early Flight VG G+ $1.50
Jerome Kern Roberta VG G+ $1.00
Jesse Colin Young Song For Juli $2.00
Jesse Winchester Jesse Winchester G+ G+ $2.00
Jethro Tull Living In The Past VG VG $2.00
Jim Kweskin & The Jug Band Garden Of Joy VG G+ $3.50
Jim Reeves Gentleman Jim $2.00
Jimi Hendrix Rainbow Bridge / Original Motion Picture Sound Track G G $3.00
Jimi Hendrix Crash Landing G+ G+ $4.50
Jimmie Lunceford "Harlem Shout" Vol. 2 (1935-1936) G+ G+ $1.00
Jimmie Spheeris The Dragon Is Dancing G+ G+ $1.00
Joan Armatrading Show Some Emotion $3.00
Joan Baez In Concert G+ G+ $1.35
Joan Baez Farewell, Angelina $3.00
Joe Cocker Mad Dogs & Englishmen VG VG $2.25
Joe Walsh The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get VG VG $2.75
Johann Sebastian Bach, Berliner Philharmoniker St. Matthew Passion $4.00
Johannes Brahms Piano Quintet In F Minor, Op.34 VG+ VG $5.50
Johannes Brahms Piano Trio No. 1 In B Major (Op.8) / Piano Trio No.3 In C Minor (OP.101) VG+ VG $8.50
Johannes Brahms, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Ein Johannes-Brahms-Liederabend VG G+ $1.00
John Cougar Mellencamp American Fool VG+ VG $1.00
John Renbourn The Lady And The Unicorn VG VG $3.00
John Renbourn Group The Enchanted Garden VG VG $1.75
John Renbourn Group A Maid In Bedlam VG+ VG+ $2.00
John Robertson And His Multi-Trumpets John Robertson And His Multi-Trumpets $1.00
John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John You're The One That I Want $2.00
Johnny Mathis Merry Christmas G+ VG $0.75
Johnny Mathis More Johnny's Greatest Hits G+ G+ $0.50
Jon Butcher Axis Jon Butcher Axis $2.00
Joni Mitchell Mingus $6.00
Jose Greco And Company Flamenco Fury G+ G+ $1.00
Joseph Haydn Mass In D Minor: Missa In Angustiis (Nelson Mass) VG VG $0.75
Josh White Live! $5.00
Judy Garland with Freddy Martin And His Orchestra At The Grove VG G+ $1.00
Kevin Johnson Man Of The 20th Century $1.00
Léo Chauliac Et Son Orchestre The Best Of The Beatles $2.00
Lenny White Big City VG VG+ $1.75
Leonid Kogan, Rudolf Barshai Kogan And Barshai Play - Vivaldi Rameau Handoshkin VG G+ $1.00
Loggins And Messina Sittin' In VG+ VG $3.00
Loggins And Messina Loggins And Messina G+ VG $0.75
Loggins And Messina The Best Of Friends VG G+ $0.75
London Symphony Orchestra Beyond The Sound Barrier: The Spectacular Sound Of Digital dbx Discs VG+ VG $4.00
Marie Claire Jamet Four Centuries of Music for the Harp VG+ VG $1.25
Mark Holden I Wanna Make You My Lady $2.00
Marshall Tucker Band Running Like The Wind VG VG+ $0.75
Mary Martin, Ezio Pinza, Rodgers & Hammerstein South Pacific With Original Broadway Cast $1.00
Maurice Ravel, Jean Martinon, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Bolero (Great Ravel Showpieces) VG VG $0.75
Max Steiner Now, Voyager - The Classic Film Scores Of Max Steiner VG VG $0.75
McKendree Spring 3 VG G+ $1.50
Melos Ensemble Of London, Maurice Ravel Introduction And Allegro / Sonata For Flute, Viola And Harp VG VG $2.00
Michael Franks The Art Of Tea VG VG $1.25
Michael Jackson One Day In Your Life G+ G+ $1.35
Michael White The X Factor VG VG $1.00
Monkees It's Nice To Be With You / D. W. Washburn $3.00
Moon Martin Escape From Domination $3.00
Moravian Festival Chorus And Orchestra Under Thor Martin Johnson The Unknown Century Of American Classical Music (1760-1860) $5.00
Mose Allison Mose Allison Sings $1.00
Mountain Climbing! G G+ $1.00
Mud Oh Boy $1.00
Music Minus One Oklahoma! VG VG $1.00
Neil Diamond Headed For The Future VG VG $1.00
Neil Young & Crazy Horse Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere G+ G+ $3.00
New York Pro Musica, Alfonso X El Sabio Spanish Medieval Music $10.00
No Artist Railroad: Sounds Of A Vanishing Era $3.00
No Artist Environments (New Concepts In Stereo Sound - Disc 1) $3.00
Noël Coward The Noel Coward Album VG VG $1.65
Norrie Paramor His Strings And Orchestra In London, In Love $4.00
NSYNC Bye Bye Bye (The Remixes) $3.00
Olivia Newton-John Have You Never Been Mellow G G+ $0.50
Ottorino Respighi Ancient Airs & Dances VG VG $7.00
Passport Cross-Collateral $3.00
Passport Iguaçu VG VG $1.00
Passport Garden Of Eden VG VG $0.89
Passport Oceanliner VG VG $1.00
Passport Infinity Machine VG VG $5.69
Paul Anka Anka G+ VG $0.75
Paul Anka Paul Anka's 21 Golden Hits G+ VG $1.00
Paul Dukas, Modest Mussorgsky, Maurice Ravel Sorcerer's Apprentice / A Night On Bare Mountain / Rapsodie Espagnole G+ G $1.00
Paul Horn Visions G+ G+ $1.00
Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship Blows Against The Empire VG VG $1.00
Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship Blows Against The Empire G+ G+ $0.75
Pearl Chertok Strings Of Pearl G+ G+ $4.00
Peter, Paul & Mary In The Wind $3.00
Philadelphia Brass Ensemble A Festival Of Carols In Brass $1.00
Philip Rambow Shooting Gallery G+ VG $1.00
Placido Domingo With John Denver Perhaps Love $4.00
[SOLD] Pointer Sisters Break Out VG VG $0.75
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - David Oistrach, Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra Violin Concerto In D G+ G+ $1.25
Racey Some Girls $2.00
Ray Charles The Fabulous Ray Charles G+ G+ $1.75
Ray Conniff I Will Survive VG+ VG $2.00
Ray Martin The Sound Of Sight $3.00
Ray Noble and his Orchestra Happy Anniversary $1.00
Ray Price And His The Port Jackson Jazz Band Jazz Classics Vol. 1 $2.00
Relativity Relativity VG VG $1.20
Richard Strauss, Antal Dorati, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Two Tone Poems - Don Juan, Death And Transfiguration $10.00
Richard Wagner Toscanini Conducts Wagner $5.00
Richard Wagner - Eileen Farrell, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch Brunnhilde's Immolation / Tristan And Isolde: Prelude And Liebestod $8.00
Robert Casadesus Robert Casadesus Plays Sonatas by Chopin Mozart & Haydn $1.00
Robert Hall Collins, Ruth Barrett Phelps The Sacred Ministry Of Song $1.00
Robert Schumann / Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - Geoffrey Parsons Frauenliebe Und Leben, Op. 42 / Liederkreis, Op. 39 (Eichendorff) $1.00
Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale Christmas Hymns And Carols Volume 1 $1.00
Roger McGuinn Cardiff Rose VG VG+ $1.50
Roland Kirk Blacknuss G+ G+ $3.00
Roland Kirk Bright Moments G+ VG $6.00
Rosalie Sorrels Travelin' Lady VG VG $3.50
Rossington Collins Band Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere $2.00
Roxy Music Manifesto $5.00
Roxy Music Flesh + Blood VG VG $2.50
Rubber Rodeo Scenic Views VG VG $1.00
Ruth Welcome Sentimental Zither $1.00
Sally Ann Howes, Terry Carter And Brock Peters Kwamina (Original Broadway Cast) $1.00
Sarah Vaughan After Hours With Sarah Vaughan G+ G $2.50
Savoy Brown A Step Further VG VG $3.60
Savoy Brown Blue Matter $10.00
Savoy Brown Street Corner Talking G+ VG $2.75
Seals & Crofts Year Of Sunday $2.00
Seawind Seawind VG VG $1.00
Sergei Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff Piano-Concerto No. 2 In C Minor • 6 Preludes $1.00
Sergei Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff Piano-Concerto No. 2 In C Minor Op. 18 $1.00
Shadowfax We Used To Laugh • The Firewalker VG+ VG $1.00
Sigmund Romberg The Student Prince $2.00
Sir Thomas Beecham, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Richard Strauss Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life) $2.00
Skyline Late To Work VG VG $1.00
Spooky Tooth The Mirror $5.00
Stanley Clarke Journey To Love VG VG $1.25
Steve Goodman Somebody Else's Troubles G+ G+ $1.10
Steve Khan Arrows VG+ VG $1.00
Steve Winwood Winwood VG VG $1.50
Steven Halpern Natural Light VG+ VG+ $2.50
Sting The Dream Of The Blue Turtles VG VG $1.00
Stusick Harp And Instrumental Trio The Stusick Sisters With Mrs. Stanley S. Stusick Harp & Instrumental Trio Autographed $1.00
Susanna Mildonian Recital N° 1 $1.00
Susanna Mildonian Recital N° 2 $1.00
Ten Years After Watt $8.00
[SOLD] The Band Music From Big Pink G+ G+ $8.00
The Beatles Can't Buy Me Love 7" Single (Australian) $7.00
The Beatles I Should Have Known Better 7" Single (Australian) $7.00
The Don Burrows Quartet At The Sydney Opera House VG G+ $3.00
[SOLD] The Doors Absolutely Live VG G+ $8.50
The Feenjon Group Belly Dancing At The Cafe Feenjon VG+ G+ $1.50
The Gardners Folksongs Far & Near VG VG $1.25
The Georgia Satellites Georgia Satellites VG VG $1.00
The Grass Roots Golden Grass: Their Greatest Hits $3.00
The James Last Band Trumpet À Gogo $1.00
The Melachrino Strings More Music For Dining $1.00
The Melachrino Strings Moods In Music: Music For Reading G G $0.70
The Monkees I Wanna Be Free / You Just May Be The One 7" Single $6.00
The Monkees The Monkees Volume 1 7" EP $20.00
The Monkees She 7" EP $10.00
The Monkees Cuddly Toy 7" EP $12.00
The Monkees A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You/The Girl I Knew Somewhere 7" $8.00
The Monkees Valleri 7" Single $8.00
The Records The Records VG+ VG+ $2.25
The Righteous Brothers The Best Of $2.00
The Robert Shaw Chorale A Mighty Fortress $3.00
The Section Fork It Over G+ G+ $1.25
The Seekers Georgy Girl $2.00
The Stephane Caillat Vocal Quartet The Ronsard Circle $1.00
The Stompers One Heart For Sale VG+ VG $1.25
The Weavers The Best Of The Weavers VG VG $1.00
[SOLD] The Who Live At Leeds G+ G+ with inserts $2.25
Three 6 Mafia Presents Project Pat Chickenhead $3.00
Tommy Bolin Private Eyes VG+ VG $1.50
Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra This Is Tommy Dorsey $2.00
Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra, Frank Sinatra I'll See You In My Dreams $2.00
Tony Bennett Just One Of Those Things VG VG $1.00
[SOLD] Traffic Best Of Traffic G G+ $1.00
Unknown Artist Flick Themes '72 $1.50
Unknown Artist Sound Effects Volume 1 $3.00
Unknown Artist The Art Of Belly Dancing Vol. II VG G $1.00
Various This Is The Era Of Memorable Song Hits: The Decade Of The 30s $1.00
Various Windham Hill Records Sampler '81 $1.00
Various Windham Hill Records Sampler '81 $1.00
Various Windham Hill Records Sampler '82 $1.00
Various Windham Hill Records Sampler '82 $1.00
Various An Evening With Windham Hill Live VG+ VG $1.00
Various Your Hit Parade - 1951 $1.00
Various Hello Dolly! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album) $2.00
Various The Best Disco Album In The World $2.00
Various Favorite Themes From Masterpiece Theatre $2.00
Various Something Festive $3.00
Various Admiral Stereophonic Demonstration Record $5.00
Various Woodstock Two $9.00
Various A Collector's Sondheim $8.00
Various Music For The Jet Set $1.00
Various Russian Folk Dances of the Moiseyev Dance Company $1.00
Various Philharmonic Family Library Of Great Music Album 1 missing outermost sleeve $1.00
Various Nashville's Greatest Instrumentalists Volume II $1.00
Various Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track) G VG $0.75
Various Joyride (Original Motion Picture) NM VG still in shrink wrap $1.25
Vladimir Horowitz Sonata In B-Flat Minor (Piano Music Of Chopin And Liszt) $1.00
Weather Report Mr. Gone VG VG $1.00
Wings London Town G G $0.75
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2017.07.29 18:49 jamesmurray34 [For Sale] BUY 2 GET 1 FREE: NEW STOCK all priced to go

Can only ship to the US minus Alaska and Hawaii. Shipping is $4.75 plus $.35 for each individual LP. Also, I am open to trades so feel free to look at my Discogs wantlist https://www.discogs.com/wantlist?user=jamesmurray34 or anything that is new hip hop
** Free record must be of value of $5 or less
Items that do not have conditions have not had their prices lowered so PM me for requests on prices.
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Mac Miller GOOD AM VG+/VG+ 20
Kid Cudi Indicud VG+/VG+ $20
[SOLD] Led Zeppelin II SD 8236 G/F (Sleeve where record goes has split) $3
[SOLD] Led Zeppelin III SD 7201 G+/G+ (Overall really good condition, a few scratches and a little wear) $10
Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti VG/VG+ $17 .
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Nat King Cole With Orchestra And Chorus Conducted By Nelson Riddle Wild Is Love G VG $1.50
The Mamas & The Papas The Mamas & The Papas P G+ multiple scratches, solid sleeve but a split in the middle on the bottom $0.75
Huey Lewis & The News Sports F G+ $0.75
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour F G+ solid cover, no booklet inside. Record in rough shape $2.50
[SOLD] The Mamas & The Papas If You Can Believe Your Eyes And Ears F G+ record is in rough shape $1.00
Elvis Presley Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden F P $0.50
The Muppets The Muppet Movie - Original Soundtrack Recording G VG record is in rough shape but great cover $1.00
ABBA Arrival G+ G+ $1.00
The Allman Brothers Band Enlightened Rogues VG VG $1.00
Harry Belafonte With Odetta ~ Miriam Makeba ~ The Chad Mitchell Trio ~ The Belafonte Folk Singers Belafonte Returns To Carnegie Hall G+ G $2.00
ABBA The Album G+ VG $1.25
Billy Joel An Innocent Man G+ G+ $1.00
The Muppets The Great Muppet Caper: An Original Soundtrack Recording G VG $1.10
[SOLD] Ozzy Osbourne Blizzard Of Ozz F F $1.00
[SOLD] Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water G G $1.00
Captain And Tennille Song Of Joy G G $0.75
Rufus & Chaka Khan Ask Rufus VG VG comes with poster $1.00
Van Halen Fair Warning G G+ $2.00
Johannes Brahms / Carlo Maria Giulini, Philharmonia Orchestra Symphony No. 1 In C Minor G+ VG $1.50
The Oak Ridge Boys Greatest Hits G VG $0.50
Alabama Mountain Music G VG $1.00
Alabama My Home's In Alabama G VG $1.00
Alabama Feels So Right G G $0.50
Dal McKennon Walt Disney Presents The Story of Treasure Island G+ VG $1.50
Bobby Helms Jingle Bell Rock G G $0.75
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Maurice de Abravanel, Utah Symphony Orchestra 1812 Overture / Romeo And Juliet VG VG $1.00
Roy Orbison Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits F G+ $0.50
Ferrante & Teicher The Very Best Of Ferrante & Teicher VG G+ $0.75
Igor Stravinsky - Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Lorin Maazel The Firebird (Ballet Suite) • Song Of The Nightingale G+ VG $0.75
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Van Cliburn, Kiril Kondrashin Concerto No. 1 G+ G+ $0.75
Johannes Brahms - Arturo Toscanini And The NBC Symphony Orchestra Symphony No. 4 G+ G+ $1.00
Morton Gould And His Orchestra The Beautiful Music of Edvard Grieg: Peer Gynt VG G+ $0.75
ABBA Super Trouper G G $0.75
ABBA Voulez-Vous G G+ $1.00
The Kinks Low Budget VG G+ $0.75
Geraldine Don't Fight The Feeling G+ VG $0.75
Bee Gees Bee Gees' 1st G G+ $1.00
Dionne Warwick Dionne G G+ $0.75
Steve Miller Band Number 5 G G+ $1.00
Chicago Chicago 18 G+ VG $1.25
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"Annie" Original Cast Annie (Original Cast Recording) G+ G+ $0.50
10cc Look Hear? $3.00
1776 Original Broadway Cast 1776 - A New Musical G+ VG $0.99
ABC The Lexicon Of Love $4.00
Aerosmith Rocks $8.00
[SOLD] Aerosmith Aerosmith $4.00
Al Di Meola Elegant Gypsy VG VG $2.50
Al Di Meola Casino VG VG $2.00
Al Di Meola Electric Rendezvous VG+ VG $2.50
Alan Parsons Project The Turn Of A Friendly Card VG+ VG $1.00
Alan Parsons Project Eye In The Sky VG VG $1.00
Aldo Nova Aldo Nova VG+ VG $1.00
Alex North The Sound And The Fury VG VG $4.00
Alex Taylor With Friends And Neighbors G+ G+ $1.10
Alexis Weissenberg Sonatas No. 62 In E-flat / No. 50 In D / No. 33 In C Minor G+ G+ $0.50
Alice Cooper Love It To Death G G $5.00
Alice Cooper Billion Dollar Babies $12.00
America Hat Trick G G $0.75
America Holiday G G $0.25
America History · America's Greatest Hits G+ G+ $0.75
America Silent Letter G+ G+ $1.10
America Alibi VG VG $1.00
America Live G VG $1.25
André Previn Trio The Light Fantastic, A Tribute To Fred Astaire $2.00
Andrew Gold Whirlwind VG VG $1.25
Andy Williams Alone Again (Naturally) VG VG $1.00
Armageddon Armageddon G+ VG $7.25
Arthur Rubinstein The Chopin Ballades $3.00
Arthur Rubinstein Artur Rubinstein - Chopin VG G+ $1.50
Artie Shaw This Is Artie Shaw VG VG $1.00
Audrey Hepburn And Rex Harrison My Fair Lady - Soundtrack G VG $1.00
Aztec Two-Step Aztec Two-Step VG VG $1.00
Aztec Two-Step Second Step VG G+ $1.00
Aztec Two-Step Adjoining Suites VG G+ $1.00
Aztec Two-Step Two's Company VG G+ $1.00
B-52's Mesopotamia VG+ VG Sticker damage in the top right $3.25
Ballet Folklorico De Mexico Ballet Folklorico De Mexico $4.00
Bananarama Bananarama VG VG $1.00
Barbara Mandrell / Lee Greenwood Meant For Each Other VG+ VG+ $1.00
Barbra Streisand The Way We Were warped $1.00
Barbra Streisand Stoney End G+ VG $0.75
Barbra Streisand A Happening In Central Park G+ G+ $0.50
Barbra Streisand Barbra Streisand's Greatest Hits G+ VG $0.75
Barbra Streisand My Name Is Barbra, Two... G+ G+ $0.75
Barbra Streisand A Christmas Album VG VG $1.00
Barbra Streisand Streisand Superman G+ G+ $0.75
Barbra Streisand Barbra Streisand's Greatest Hits - Volume 2 G VG $0.50
Barbra Streisand Memories G+ VG $0.75
Barry Manilow Live G G+ $2.00
Beatles Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da G+ Generic $7.00
Bee Gees Here At Last - Live G+ G+ $0.75
Belinda Carlisle Belinda VG+ VG+ $1.00
Benny Mardones Never Run Never Hide VG G+ $2.00
Berlin Pleasure Victim VG VG $1.00
Beverly Sill Music Of Victor Herbert G+ VG $1.00
Billy Squier The Tale Of The Tape $5.00
Billy Vaughn Sukiyaka $2.00
Bob James Touchdown VG+ VG+ $1.00
Bob James Lucky Seven VG+ VG+ $1.00
Bonnie Raitt Sweet Forgiveness VG G+ $1.25
Bonnie Raitt Sweet Forgiveness VG VG $1.50
Boz Scaggs & Band Boz Scaggs & Band VG G+ $1.00
Brand X Unorthodox Behaviour VG VG $2.00
Brand X Unorthodox Behaviour VG+ VG+ $2.00
Brand X Livestock VG+ VG $2.00
Brand X Moroccan Roll $3.00
Brand X Product VG+ VG+ $2.50
Brothers Four The Big Folk Hits $1.00
Buffy Sainte-Marie Little Wheel Spin And Spin VG G+ $1.25
Burl Ives Burl Ives Sings Little White Duck And Other Children's Favorites G+ G+ $1.00
Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits $1.00
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach The Harp VG+ VG $1.00
Carly Simon Boys In The Trees VG VG $0.50
Carol Channing, Florence Henderson The Great Stars of Broadway $1.00
Caswell Carnahan Borderlands VG VG $1.50
Cat Stevens Cat Stevens' Buddha And The Chocolate Box missing outermost sleeve $7.00
Cate Bros. Band Cate Bros. Band VG+ VG $1.25
Charlie Musselwhite Louisiana Fog G+ VG $5.50
Cher The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss) $2.00
Chuck Mangione Main Squeeze VG VG $0.75
Clannad Magical Ring $3.00
Clannad Crann Ull VG+ VG $3.50
Cleveland Orchestra, Artur Rodzinski Debussy: La Mer (The Sea) G G $1.00
Climax Blues Band 1969 / 1972 VG VG $3.50
Cooper Brothers Cooper Brothers VG VG $0.75
Cream Goodbye G G $2.00
Crusaders Southern Comfort G+ G $1.00
Dan Fogelberg Nether Lands G+ VG $1.00
Daniel Adni, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kenneth Alwyn Music From Films For Piano & Orchestra VG G+ $1.00
Danny Guglielmi Adventure In Sound VG VG $12.00
David Crosby If I Could Only Remember My Name VG G $3.00
David Merrick And Leland Hayward Gypsy - A Musical Fable VG VG $1.00
David Qualey Soliloquy VG+ VG $1.00
David Riordan Medicine Wheel VG G+ $1.00
David Sanborn A Change Of Heart VG+ VG $1.00
David Shire Baby VG+ VG $1.00
David Soul Playing To An Audience Of One VG VG $1.25
David Werner David Werner VG+ VG $1.00
Dexter Wansel What The World Is Coming To VG G+ $0.75
Dick Hyman And His Orchestra Provocative Piano VG VG $1.00
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Lieder Von Debussy Und Ravel $1.00
Dire Straits Love Over Gold VG VG $3.75
Don Burrows Duo VG G+ $3.00
Dragon Body And The Beat VG+ VG+ $1.50
Earl Klugh Dream Come True VG+ VG $1.00
Eddie Kochak Strictly Belly Dancing (Ya Habibi #2) G+ G $1.00
Eddie Kochak Strictly Belly Dancing Vol. 3 VG G $1.00
Elias Rahbani Mosaic Of The Orient (Näi, Buzuk & Guitar) VG VG+ $125.00
Elton John Tumbleweed Connection VG G $2.25
Elton John Elton John VG VG $1.75
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Emerson, Lake & Palmer $4.00
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Brain Salad Surgery VG G+ $3.75
Engelbert Humperdinck Just For You VG G $1.00
Engelbert Humperdinck Just For You VG G+ $1.25
Enoch Light And His Orchestra Stereo 35/MM $3.00
Eugene Ormandy And The Philadelphia Orchestra Symphony No. 1 In C Minor G+ G+ $0.75
Eugene Ormandy And The Philadelphia Orchestra Christmas $3.00
Evelyn King Music Box $4.00
Fairground Attraction The First Of A Million Kisses VG+ VG $1.00
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Sonatas For Cello And Piano $2.00
Felix Slatkin Charge ! $4.00
Fleetwood Mac Tusk 7" Single $2.00
Foghat Foghat VG+ VG $1.25
Gary Brooker (No More) Fear Of Flying VG+ VG $1.25
Gene Watson Heartaches, Love & Stuff VG VG $1.00
George Abdo And His "Flames Of Araby" Orchestra The Art Of Belly Dancing G+ G+ $0.75
George Abdo And His "Flames Of Araby" Orchestra The Joy Of Belly Dancing G G $0.75
George Abdo And His "Flames Of Araby" Orchestra Belly Dancing With George Abdo G+ G+ $0.75
George Gershwin Rhapsody In Blue And Porgy And Bess G VG $1.00
Giacomo Puccini La Bohème VG VG $1.00
Gian Carlo Menotti Amahl and the Night Visitors VG VG $1.00
Gilbert & Sullivan The Mikado $3.00
Glenn Frey No Fun Aloud VG+ VG $0.75
Gloria Gaynor I Am What I Am VG VG 12' Single $0.75
Gordon Michaels Stargazer VG+ VG $1.00
Harry Chapin Sequel VG VG $0.90
[SOLD] Heart Heart VG+ VG+ $0.75
Hilton Kean Jones Hilton Kean Jones' Eastmontage And Performances By Eastman School Of Music Student Ensembles VG G+ $2.50
Holly Near Imagine My Surprise! VG VG $0.75
Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie Harp VG+ VG $0.75
Humble Pie Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore VG G+ $0.85
Ian Thomas Riders On Dark Horses VG VG $1.25
Igor Stravinsky Stravinsky Conducts Histoire Du Soldat Suite: Pulcinella Suite VG G+ $1.75
It's A Beautiful Day It's A Beautiful Day G+ G $0.75
Jackie Gleason Jackie Gleason Presents The Torch With The Blue Flame G+ G+ $1.00
Jackson Browne Lawyers In Love VG G+ $0.75
Jaime Brockett Remember The Wind And The Rain G G+ $1.00
Jake Walton The Gloaming Grey VG VG $1.00
James Gang Yer' Album G G+ $1.75
James Last Guitar À Gogo $1.00
James Levine Conducts Johannes Brahms, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Symphony No. 1 VG+ VG $2.00
James Taylor Dad Loves His Work VG VG $0.75
Jane Olivor The Best Side Of Goodbye VG VG $0.50
Jean-Pierre Rampal / Claude Bolling Suite For Flute And Jazz Piano VG G+ $0.65
Jeff Beck Wired G+ G+ $0.75
Jeff Lass Conversations With Bill Evans $1.00
Jeff Wayne Jeff Wayne's Musical Version Of The War Of The Worlds VG VG $2.50
[SOLD] Jefferson Airplane Early Flight VG G+ $1.50
Jerome Kern Roberta VG G+ $1.00
Jesse Colin Young Song For Juli $2.00
Jesse Winchester Jesse Winchester G+ G+ $2.00
Jethro Tull Living In The Past VG VG $2.00
Jim Kweskin & The Jug Band Garden Of Joy VG G+ $3.50
Jim Reeves Gentleman Jim $2.00
Jimi Hendrix Rainbow Bridge / Original Motion Picture Sound Track G G $3.00
Jimi Hendrix Crash Landing G+ G+ $4.50
Jimmie Lunceford "Harlem Shout" Vol. 2 (1935-1936) G+ G+ $1.00
Jimmie Spheeris The Dragon Is Dancing G+ G+ $1.00
Joan Armatrading Show Some Emotion $3.00
Joan Baez In Concert G+ G+ $1.35
Joan Baez Farewell, Angelina $3.00
Joe Cocker Mad Dogs & Englishmen VG VG $2.25
Joe Walsh The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get VG VG $2.75
Johann Sebastian Bach, Berliner Philharmoniker St. Matthew Passion $4.00
Johannes Brahms Piano Quintet In F Minor, Op.34 VG+ VG $5.50
Johannes Brahms Piano Trio No. 1 In B Major (Op.8) / Piano Trio No.3 In C Minor (OP.101) VG+ VG $8.50
Johannes Brahms, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Ein Johannes-Brahms-Liederabend VG G+ $1.00
John Cougar Mellencamp American Fool VG+ VG $1.00
John Renbourn The Lady And The Unicorn VG VG $3.00
John Renbourn Group The Enchanted Garden VG VG $1.75
John Renbourn Group A Maid In Bedlam VG+ VG+ $2.00
John Robertson And His Multi-Trumpets John Robertson And His Multi-Trumpets $1.00
John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John You're The One That I Want $2.00
Johnny Mathis Merry Christmas G+ VG $0.75
Johnny Mathis More Johnny's Greatest Hits G+ G+ $0.50
Jon Butcher Axis Jon Butcher Axis $2.00
Joni Mitchell Mingus $6.00
Jose Greco And Company Flamenco Fury G+ G+ $1.00
Joseph Haydn Mass In D Minor: Missa In Angustiis (Nelson Mass) VG VG $0.75
Josh White Live! $5.00
Judy Garland with Freddy Martin And His Orchestra At The Grove VG G+ $1.00
Kevin Johnson Man Of The 20th Century $1.00
Léo Chauliac Et Son Orchestre The Best Of The Beatles $2.00
Lenny White Big City VG VG+ $1.75
Leonid Kogan, Rudolf Barshai Kogan And Barshai Play - Vivaldi Rameau Handoshkin VG G+ $1.00
Loggins And Messina Sittin' In VG+ VG $3.00
Loggins And Messina Loggins And Messina G+ VG $0.75
Loggins And Messina The Best Of Friends VG G+ $0.75
London Symphony Orchestra Beyond The Sound Barrier: The Spectacular Sound Of Digital dbx Discs VG+ VG $4.00
Marie Claire Jamet Four Centuries of Music for the Harp VG+ VG $1.25
Mark Holden I Wanna Make You My Lady $2.00
Marshall Tucker Band Running Like The Wind VG VG+ $0.75
Mary Martin, Ezio Pinza, Rodgers & Hammerstein South Pacific With Original Broadway Cast $1.00
Maurice Ravel, Jean Martinon, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Bolero (Great Ravel Showpieces) VG VG $0.75
Max Steiner Now, Voyager - The Classic Film Scores Of Max Steiner VG VG $0.75
McKendree Spring 3 VG G+ $1.50
Melos Ensemble Of London, Maurice Ravel Introduction And Allegro / Sonata For Flute, Viola And Harp VG VG $2.00
Michael Franks The Art Of Tea VG VG $1.25
Michael Jackson One Day In Your Life G+ G+ $1.35
Michael White The X Factor VG VG $1.00
Monkees It's Nice To Be With You / D. W. Washburn $3.00
Moon Martin Escape From Domination $3.00
Moravian Festival Chorus And Orchestra Under Thor Martin Johnson The Unknown Century Of American Classical Music (1760-1860) $5.00
Mose Allison Mose Allison Sings $1.00
Mountain Climbing! G G+ $1.00
Mud Oh Boy $1.00
Music Minus One Oklahoma! VG VG $1.00
Neil Diamond Headed For The Future VG VG $1.00
Neil Young & Crazy Horse Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere G+ G+ $3.00
New York Pro Musica, Alfonso X El Sabio Spanish Medieval Music $10.00
No Artist Railroad: Sounds Of A Vanishing Era $3.00
No Artist Environments (New Concepts In Stereo Sound - Disc 1) $3.00
Noël Coward The Noel Coward Album VG VG $1.65
Norrie Paramor His Strings And Orchestra In London, In Love $4.00
NSYNC Bye Bye Bye (The Remixes) $3.00
Olivia Newton-John Have You Never Been Mellow G G+ $0.50
Ottorino Respighi Ancient Airs & Dances VG VG $7.00
Passport Cross-Collateral $3.00
Passport Iguaçu VG VG $1.00
Passport Garden Of Eden VG VG $0.89
Passport Oceanliner VG VG $1.00
Passport Infinity Machine VG VG $5.69
Paul Anka Anka G+ VG $0.75
Paul Anka Paul Anka's 21 Golden Hits G+ VG $1.00
Paul Dukas, Modest Mussorgsky, Maurice Ravel Sorcerer's Apprentice / A Night On Bare Mountain / Rapsodie Espagnole G+ G $1.00
Paul Horn Visions G+ G+ $1.00
Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship Blows Against The Empire VG VG $1.00
Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship Blows Against The Empire G+ G+ $0.75
Pearl Chertok Strings Of Pearl G+ G+ $4.00
Peter, Paul & Mary In The Wind $3.00
Philadelphia Brass Ensemble A Festival Of Carols In Brass $1.00
Philip Rambow Shooting Gallery G+ VG $1.00
Placido Domingo With John Denver Perhaps Love $4.00
[SOLD] Pointer Sisters Break Out VG VG $0.75
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - David Oistrach, Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra Violin Concerto In D G+ G+ $1.25
Racey Some Girls $2.00
Ray Charles The Fabulous Ray Charles G+ G+ $1.75
Ray Conniff I Will Survive VG+ VG $2.00
Ray Martin The Sound Of Sight $3.00
Ray Noble and his Orchestra Happy Anniversary $1.00
Ray Price And His The Port Jackson Jazz Band Jazz Classics Vol. 1 $2.00
Relativity Relativity VG VG $1.20
Richard Strauss, Antal Dorati, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Two Tone Poems - Don Juan, Death And Transfiguration $10.00
Richard Wagner Toscanini Conducts Wagner $5.00
Richard Wagner - Eileen Farrell, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch Brunnhilde's Immolation / Tristan And Isolde: Prelude And Liebestod $8.00
Robert Casadesus Robert Casadesus Plays Sonatas by Chopin Mozart & Haydn $1.00
Robert Hall Collins, Ruth Barrett Phelps The Sacred Ministry Of Song $1.00
Robert Schumann / Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - Geoffrey Parsons Frauenliebe Und Leben, Op. 42 / Liederkreis, Op. 39 (Eichendorff) $1.00
Robert Shaw, The Robert Shaw Chorale Christmas Hymns And Carols Volume 1 $1.00
Roger McGuinn Cardiff Rose VG VG+ $1.50
Roland Kirk Blacknuss G+ G+ $3.00
Roland Kirk Bright Moments G+ VG $6.00
Rosalie Sorrels Travelin' Lady VG VG $3.50
Rossington Collins Band Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere $2.00
Roxy Music Manifesto $5.00
Roxy Music Flesh + Blood VG VG $2.50
Rubber Rodeo Scenic Views VG VG $1.00
Ruth Welcome Sentimental Zither $1.00
Sally Ann Howes, Terry Carter And Brock Peters Kwamina (Original Broadway Cast) $1.00
Sarah Vaughan After Hours With Sarah Vaughan G+ G $2.50
Savoy Brown A Step Further VG VG $3.60
Savoy Brown Blue Matter $10.00
Savoy Brown Street Corner Talking G+ VG $2.75
Seals & Crofts Year Of Sunday $2.00
Seawind Seawind VG VG $1.00
Sergei Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff Piano-Concerto No. 2 In C Minor • 6 Preludes $1.00
Sergei Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff Piano-Concerto No. 2 In C Minor Op. 18 $1.00
Shadowfax We Used To Laugh • The Firewalker VG+ VG $1.00
Sigmund Romberg The Student Prince $2.00
Sir Thomas Beecham, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Richard Strauss Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life) $2.00
Skyline Late To Work VG VG $1.00
Spooky Tooth The Mirror $5.00
Stanley Clarke Journey To Love VG VG $1.25
Steve Goodman Somebody Else's Troubles G+ G+ $1.10
Steve Khan Arrows VG+ VG $1.00
Steve Winwood Winwood VG VG $1.50
Steven Halpern Natural Light VG+ VG+ $2.50
Sting The Dream Of The Blue Turtles VG VG $1.00
Stusick Harp And Instrumental Trio The Stusick Sisters With Mrs. Stanley S. Stusick Harp & Instrumental Trio Autographed $1.00
Susanna Mildonian Recital N° 1 $1.00
Susanna Mildonian Recital N° 2 $1.00
Ten Years After Watt $8.00
[SOLD] The Band Music From Big Pink G+ G+ $8.00
The Beatles Can't Buy Me Love 7" Single (Australian) $7.00
The Beatles I Should Have Known Better 7" Single (Australian) $7.00
The Don Burrows Quartet At The Sydney Opera House VG G+ $3.00
[SOLD] The Doors Absolutely Live VG G+ $8.50
The Feenjon Group Belly Dancing At The Cafe Feenjon VG+ G+ $1.50
The Gardners Folksongs Far & Near VG VG $1.25
The Georgia Satellites Georgia Satellites VG VG $1.00
The Grass Roots Golden Grass: Their Greatest Hits $3.00
The James Last Band Trumpet À Gogo $1.00
The Melachrino Strings More Music For Dining $1.00
The Melachrino Strings Moods In Music: Music For Reading G G $0.70
The Monkees I Wanna Be Free / You Just May Be The One 7" Single $6.00
The Monkees The Monkees Volume 1 7" EP $20.00
The Monkees She 7" EP $10.00
The Monkees Cuddly Toy 7" EP $12.00
The Monkees A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You/The Girl I Knew Somewhere 7" $8.00
The Monkees Valleri 7" Single $8.00
The Records The Records VG+ VG+ $2.25
The Righteous Brothers The Best Of $2.00
The Robert Shaw Chorale A Mighty Fortress $3.00
The Section Fork It Over G+ G+ $1.25
The Seekers Georgy Girl $2.00
The Stephane Caillat Vocal Quartet The Ronsard Circle $1.00
The Stompers One Heart For Sale VG+ VG $1.25
The Weavers The Best Of The Weavers VG VG $1.00
The Who Live At Leeds G+ G+ with inserts $2.25
Three 6 Mafia Presents Project Pat Chickenhead $3.00
Tommy Bolin Private Eyes VG+ VG $1.50
Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra This Is Tommy Dorsey $2.00
Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra, Frank Sinatra I'll See You In My Dreams $2.00
Tony Bennett Just One Of Those Things VG VG $1.00
[SOLD] Traffic Best Of Traffic G G+ $1.00
Unknown Artist Flick Themes '72 $1.50
Unknown Artist Sound Effects Volume 1 $3.00
Unknown Artist The Art Of Belly Dancing Vol. II VG G $1.00
Various This Is The Era Of Memorable Song Hits: The Decade Of The 30s $1.00
Various Windham Hill Records Sampler '81 $1.00
Various Windham Hill Records Sampler '81 $1.00
Various Windham Hill Records Sampler '82 $1.00
Various Windham Hill Records Sampler '82 $1.00
Various An Evening With Windham Hill Live VG+ VG $1.00
Various Your Hit Parade - 1951 $1.00
Various Hello Dolly! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album) $2.00
Various The Best Disco Album In The World $2.00
Various Favorite Themes From Masterpiece Theatre $2.00
Various Something Festive $3.00
Various Admiral Stereophonic Demonstration Record $5.00
Various Woodstock Two $9.00
Various A Collector's Sondheim $8.00
Various Music For The Jet Set $1.00
Various Russian Folk Dances of the Moiseyev Dance Company $1.00
Various Philharmonic Family Library Of Great Music Album 1 missing outermost sleeve $1.00
Various Nashville's Greatest Instrumentalists Volume II $1.00
Various Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track) G VG $0.75
Various Joyride (Original Motion Picture) NM VG still in shrink wrap $1.25
Vladimir Horowitz Sonata In B-Flat Minor (Piano Music Of Chopin And Liszt) $1.00
Weather Report Mr. Gone VG VG $1.00
Wings London Town G G $0.75
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