I can't find a song/album/artist! Help! • Page 8

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Melody Bot, Jan 9, 2016.

  1. Going back and reading through this thread is a trip lol
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  2. Cantfindthatsong


    Guys I need help I cant find the song anywhere because I dont know any lyrics but the song reminds me of wrecking ball by miley cyrus when she sings:
    I came in like a Wrecking ball
    I've never hit so hard in love
    all I wanted was to break your walls
    All you ever did

    and a male dude is singing it and I think its a bit older but from 1980 until 2010 it can be everything
  3. red8ge


    does anyone remember a Party in the USA parody that some pop-punk band made in like 09 or so that was about playing shitty venues? I know it made its way around AP.net
  4. coleslawed

    Eat Pizza

    idk if this is it but I sung those lyrics to the tune of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” in my head.
  5. AKali19


    That always happens to me.
  6. AKali19


    It probably is Gotye's song. Sang it in my head too.
  7. jul78000


    Hi all,

    the "Big Little lies"'s soundtrack make me think to another song I have already heard... specially the chorus at the begin at this video :

    Does anyone have any idea ?

    thank you !!
  8. Ska Senanake


    Renegade by Abandoned Pools?

  9. FTank

    Trusted Prestigious

    Looks like the bots have taken over this thread.
  10. jul78000


    Why do you say that ?
    I have still no reply to my question :
  11. tyramail

    Trusted Supporter

    This is probably a huge longshot. There was a band around the Pure Volume era that I think had some variation of “in”, “her”, and/or “memory” in the name. If I remember correctly the band name had no spaces either, the words were just together.
  12. Colby Searcy

    Is admired for his impeccable (food) tastes Prestigious


    That it?
  13. tyramail

    Trusted Supporter

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  14. Jeroen Sempels


    I am looking for a song from the 90's I think.
    From a mail black singer with a deep voice (like barry white)
    I only remember the first few lyrics. It whas a catchy upbeat tune :)

    Lyrics: I sit by the Phone....sit all alone, waiting for you to call and tell me you wanne come home.....

    The clip whas the man singing with a few beautifull background dancers with some disco lights…
    Hope that is enough for somebody to recognize it :)
    Thx all
  15. Matthew Fuller


    Okay, thinking of a band from the mid to late 2000s. They had a long, almost Japanese sounding name. I can remember one of the songs on their album had multiple ; and )))'s in them. They were kind of orchestral indie pop. May have been from Chicago? Not sure.

    They would have been a RIYL for like As Tall As Lions or someone like that
  16. Orchestral indie pop like Kay Kay and His Weather Underground / Forgive Durden / Anathallo?
  17. Kosta1976


    Hi everyone!

    does anyone know this song? - Vocaroo | Voice message , Shazam doesn't recognize it and google cannot find it. The song is on English and French language.
  18. Petit nain des Îles

    Stream Future Nostalgia for clear skin ♡ Supporter

    Not that close to your description but who knows... Polyenso?

  19. Jason


    There was a band called A Better Fall. I think I discovered them back when Purevolume was popular.
    They had a song called ABYB and another called The Spins. Anyone here ever heard of them or know any of their members? I can't find anything about them online and I forgot where they were located.
  20. deepfriedtunafish


    the backyardboyz
  21. bearcat22


    I'm amazed how difficult it is to get onto a forum these days! All these stupid rules.
    I'm just trying to float a Message In A Bottle.
    I don't have any more details than I am giving here. I am trying to find a specific song.
    It was sung in a black and white movie, not sure what decade. I am GUESSING it might be 1930s.
    The theme was a lonely Hillbilly. He lives in one place, and the girl he loves lives in another.
    He refuses to move. She refuses to move.
    I DO NOT REMEMBER exactly which was which, but the lyrics go something like,
    "I'm way up here, she's way down there, so I guess I'll have to die on the mountain"
    It could be the reverse. One is in the valley, one in the mountains.
  22. Xyce


    Does anyone know the name of the song that is played in this video?

  23. Redforrester


    Can anyone identify the music that is being played at the beginning of the cold opening of the Jason Alexander Saturday Night Live episode? Thanks.
  24. MuckDuck Nov 6, 2019
    (Last edited: Nov 6, 2019)

    Formerly Jumpoff

    There was a pop-punk/pop-rock band like 10 years ago that had a pretty catchy song but I think the lead singer had cancer/died shortly afterwards. Anyone happen to remember which band this was? I think the song was essentially about waking up and wishing your ex was still there or something.

    EDIT: Nevermind, it was Never by The Future Kings of Nowhere and I guess the guy didn't die so that's cool!
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  25. joey-wan kenobi

    Happiness is a warm gun mama

    It looks like my work here is done * wipes off hands *
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