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Stripping back the layers of zombie

ZombieThe Cranberries‘ song, with its showcase of vocal athletics, is a popular choice for song contests worldwide. But, if you want the song to make sense in English, you need to travel back in time and let the right  1,406 more words

Sing Better English

The Effects of the Fifth Beer & WordPress

The night is young: 7:30 p.m. local Eastern Standard Time.

Drunk and still blogging.

Probably nothing is going to make sense in this post. Prepare yourselves for the convoluted stream of consciousness of a lonely writer and blogger living on the East Coast of the United States of America. 755 more words


The Bachelorette - Week 6

So I guess Ian is not the guy that Kaitlyn sleeps with.

Ian is leaving the show because Kaitlyn is shallow and he is deep, as evidenced by his compulsion to name drop his… 1,131 more words

Traveling Light - Lana McMullen

I ask you, whatever happened to the pure, natural and sweet sounding female vocals? Nowadays, when we think of girls that can sing, we picture the American Idol archetypes where the songs are all covers, or the words chosen without subtlety, and the vocals sound like a hedonistic nightmare of autotune, weird vocal trills and post production garbage that makes you wonder how many robots were sacrificed in order to produce a single we’ll immediately forget about after the radio stops playing it 50 times a day.  318 more words


Pacific Rim Fan Video: The Darkness Will Erode

The Darkness Will Erode is a tribute to Mako Mori from Pacific Rim. Music is Ordinary Day by Dolores O’Riordan.

I made this a part of the 5 fan video gift set I created for my parents for Christmas 2014. Enjoy!

Science Fiction

“In your head”

No. 5 – ‘Zombie’ – Cranberries

(1994 No. 14)

Dolores O’Riordan has a singing voice I will never tire of hearing. I would happily sit and listen to her sing anything, maybe even a Stevie Wonder song. 481 more words