Wednesday, 16 May 2012

If this isn't variety - you're the greatest denier! Ud 26/04/14

Variety is the cloves of living.

You’ve come to the right place stranger.

I have it with interest and in abundance.

Be prepared for the spectacular, which offers a virtual guarantee everybody will want you on their pub quiz team.  It will allow you to show off to nobody in particular and be the ultimate trivia terror.

Just remember where your knowledge came from?

Honestly, you little tinkers are in for a treat more royal than any blue.

Acts of plagiarism, amazing refs, irreverent humour, things you’ve never heard or thought of before will all be commonplace.

So as long as you eat and drink and/or live and breathe films, games, songs, albums and more, you’re gonna love this, as all will be under the spotlight.

Nothing can, ever or will free themselves from the sternest of stares.

You will now know how Ray Liotta felt as he had No Escape either.

It’s already begun, but that’s an easy one, but sets the standard for later.

Of course there are trivia heads and those full of pointless information, but they’re amateurs...

Before you Google, first you have to know and how to search for obscurity – sounds simple?

It’s really not.

The less obvious stuff I relate and/or make refs to are sometimes extremely hard to find, unless you know exactly what you’re looking for....

If you dare doubt me, talk to the crew of the Enterprise and they’d advise against it.

I don’t apologise for confidence and if anybody can put their hand on their good heart and say I knew everything what I’ve just read here – bravo.

But to back that up, could you put your hand on the good book and swear an oath in front of the Almighty to that effect?

Leave that with you...

I appreciate that some stuff is well known, but just in case – it’s covered anyway.  My aim is not to tread over old ground but rather put my great dirty paws all over new material and I’m hoping the majority will marvel at the incredible factual think-tank listed here.

It begins.

A ripped riff from the T-Rex classic Get it On from 1971, listen to the first 20s.

After which, include Oasis’ Cigarettes and Alcohol (1994) up to the first 30s

Rolling Stones’ It’s only Rock and Roll (1974) also sounds like it but it’s not as obvious.

Listen to Imagine and the iconic Lennon on the piano
Oasis again and Don’t Look Back in Anger in 1996
Also the name Wonderwall in 1995 was nicked from Wonderwall Music from George Harrison’s 1968 debut solo album.
Pink Floyd’s The Happiest Days of our Lives is from their amazing 1979 album The Wall.  Take a few seconds from 6s to 32s and listen out for the helicopter.
Then Oasis and Morning Glory 1996 from 0s to 46s.  Hear a similar sound?
Incredibly, maybe Oasis didn’t even know?
Listen to The Air That I Breathe by The Hollies (1973)
Then have a listen to Radiohead’s breakthrough single – Creep either in 1992 (single) or in 1993 on their debut album, Pablo Honey.
So having done so, notice the similar slow guitar, drums and how it’s sung...
Led Zeppelin’s Going to California.
Then listen to this:
Pearl Jam’s Given to Fly is clearly ripped from the above.
So that’s some Kinks, sorry links.
We continue now with similar shit.
Original - Queen and David Bowie: Under Pressure
Rip off - Vanilla Ice: Ice Ice baby
Original Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-da, The Beatles – 1968.
Rip off - The Offspring’s Why Don’t You Get a Job (1998).  Exactly the same tune but different words.
Notice how the chorus is sang – awful.
Original - The Supremes and You Can’t Hurry Love
Rip off is Iggy Pop’s Lust for Life in 1977.
And then Jet’s Are You Gonna Be My Girl which is similar to Lust for Life.
But both songs rip the same drum beat.
So logic suggests that Jet’s effort was ripped from Lust for Life tune, which it was, but Iggy Pop and Lust ripped from YCHL so they’re both ripping from the Supremes.
I appreciate that many people:
a) may not have heard of Lust for Life and think Girl was a totally original song
b) think that Lust was the original and more realistically;
c) have never heard of You Can’t Hurry Love.
Original - Chuck Berry’s Sweet Little Sixteen.
The appalling rip off was Beach Boys’ Surfin’ USA.
The supreme granddaddy of jumping on the heads of enemies to squash them is of course Super Mario Bros and incredible balls was shown by The Great Giana Sisters, as they basically created the same game with, well sisters.
The X-Men is among the most famous comic strip of all time and naturally it spawned films and numerous games.  But who’d have thought that even this is a rip-off of comic The Doom Patrol.

Who talks of Doom Patrol though?
Disney’s The Lion King, awwww cute isn’t it?  Well no, as I hate it so it’s great to lay into it as Disney knew that they’d blatantly ripped off Kimba the White Lion.
This was a forgotten Japanese cartoon from the 60s.  Even chars and scenes were nicked, I display the shameless:


You’ve heard of the bunny boiler, yer’ know Alex Forest (Glenn Close) from the very decent 1987 psychological thriller Fatal Attraction.  It sees lawyer Michael Douglas have a bit of ooh la la with a virtual stranger, which he soon wishes that he hadn’t...
It’s gained such status that even classic sitcom Only Fools and Horses parodied it in a Christmas special called Fatal Extraction.
In the Only Fools episode, Raquel leaves Del and with his pride hurt more than a wounded animal, he asks a dentist out on a date.  She accepts but then bottles it and that’s how it starts. 
It recreates Attraction’s most infamous scene with Albert boiling his pants, instead of a cute bunny.
So because of this, every psycho bitch from hell is candidly named a bunny boiler.
This was of course the first film to really portray a female as a dangerous psycho, well not really as while it’s a good film – the idea is ripped from a classic 70’s movie.
The film in question was Play Misty for Me in 1971; this was also Clint Eastwood’s directorial debut, who would go on to direct efforts like Million Dollar Baby and Changeling (amongst many others).  He would also question people’s luck with a ’44 Magnum and challenge the finest gun-slingers in pasta easterns.
Anyway, the plot is that Clint a radio DJ and he has a very brief fling with a female (Jessica Walter), blissfully unaware that she’s a psychotic obsessive who rings him every night to play Misty for her.  From then on, he’s stalked and becomes smothered by her.  He likes it at first but then when he tells her where to go, she displays increasingly irrational personality issues.
During all this shit, in an attempt to gain sympathy, she attempts suicide by hacking her wrists.  She’s of course unsuccessful but does enough to keep him with her for another night.
In Fatal Attraction, Douglas has the affair, Close also attempts the exact same suicide attempt and when he attempts to cancel the sex contract - that pisses her off.
There are some subtle differences between Misty and Attraction, as Walter is more dangerous as she clearly has a personality disorder and Close is basically a woman scorned.
In both films, the situation comes to a dramatic head and both have the same, but ‘different’ results.
Nevertheless, Attraction largely remains a huge rip-off as the gravy tastes the same, only a bit waterier.
Here’s where we really get stuck in girls & boys, so have a fix of coffee and tv and don’t just run, run run run onto para two.
The answer and many more will be revealed so universally speaking, I’m making it as easy as counting 1234.... relax, and why don’t you just sit down and linger around here for a bit as meanwhile back at the ranch, I have to check on my foals who can be wild horses, but while i’m gone, just don’t cheat on me.
To tell you the truth, I’m lost myself but take aim and try not to misfire.  I hope that people move on until the end.  I think that sometimes I’m talking garbage.  For now, you’re tender and you’re tired and I’m late for a beautiful occupation.
So dear friends, the end is near, I like watching television when I’m tired, I become unwashed and somewhat slightly dazed.  It’s time to call it a day because yes, it concludes.  
Just for fun, including this sentence and the above four paras, how many bands, films, albums and songs in total are hidden?
Solution – work it out.
A hint – read rather carefully.  Don’t forget that there might be duplicates, now that’s really a massive hint.
Okay, anybody who wants to know will find out when I’m done, but give it a go as you might get it right w/o cheating.  Use the internet if you want, but if you think using this tool will make it easy, well maybe it will, maybe it won’t.
Take as long you want with this but whenever you’re ready - there’s so much more.
Water – an essential source of the Earth and for all forms of life.  It covers over 70 per cent of the Earth’s surface and the chemical formula of it is H2o.  It’s not a great surprise that music mentions it.
We start with Down by the River (Neil Young, Pulp and Feeder).  The Drums decided to go Down by the Water, Doves were Caught by the River and Cast found themselves in Bad Waters.  Iron & Wine had a Tree by the River, U2 had a Walk to the Water, Aerosmith could Walk on Water, and The Temper Trap went Down River.
Portishead treaded in Deep Water,  The Dirty Three waded through Deep Waters, I am Kloot was in The Same Deep Water as Me and Feist also had a liking for The Water.
Hard-Fi were Living for the Weekend and Calvin Harris was Ready for the Weekend.
The Hives knew a Main Offender and Travis met up with a Re-offender.
The nearest star to the Earth is the sun and is the source of most of energy to our planet.  W/o contacting Patrick Moore, although much more complicated but the common type in the night sky and at their most basic they’re just stationary sparkly white things.
Again, such importance must be written about in music.
We begin with The Wannadies, who claimed they Might Be Stars but the Turin Brakes were sure they’re Full of Stars.  Ash observed There’s a Star, The Cranberries, The Xx and Switchfoot saw Stars and James said She’s a Star.  The Stone Roses said Your Star will Shine, The Pierces boasted We Are Stars, David Bowie sang of The Prettiest Star and he also said there’s a Starman waiting in the sky.
Thirteen Senses offered company to The Loneliest Star.

Ian Brown said to John Squire, hands off – that’s My Star, but The All-American Rejects and Evanescence argued as it's Your Star and Stereophonics couldn't miss a Bright Red Star.

My Dark Star and Dark Star are tracks from Suede and I am Kloot respectively.
To wrap up, The National with John’s Star, The Killers - Andy, You're a Star and Twinkle Star Sprites was a Neo Geo game.  Never mind, according to Low the Stars Gone Out ages ago.
If Low they are ever right – we’re fucked.
Thr3e and Three are different films, the third games of the F.E.A.R and Driver franchise also used this numbering to form part of their title, F.3.A.R and Driv3r respectively.

To stupidly follow, Four and Five are films.
We miss out six and eight but have Seven and Nine.  9 is also a film.

Six is a Mansun song and album.  Grimes do have a song called Eight.

Fifteen is a song by Ringo Deathstarr and Seventeen are songs by The Sex Pistols and Jet.
Ten and 10 are totally different films.
The One can be a Jet Li film and The One and Only is an irritating hit song recorded by Chesney Hawkes.  One is a PS1 game and Alanis Morissette song.
Girl, Interrupted is a 1999 film starring Winona Ryder, take away Girl and the comma and you’re left with a tune by The Twilight Sad.

Dido features Isobel as a song on her album, No Angel.  This name is also shared by one of my daughters.
Aerosmith’s album Just Push Play featured a sexy robot by Japanese artist Sajime Sorayama.

Eyes Wide Shut and Eyes Wide Open are both unrelated films released in 1999 and 2009 respectively.

Shut Your Eyes and Open Your Eyes are songs by Snow Patrol and Close Your Eyes is a Future of Forestry tune.  Eyes Wide is by The Levellers.

Mediocre serial killer movie Untraceable is basically very similar to Fear dot com which also featured a killer and a website.  You could also say it's like The Ring w/o a video.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is a classic Clint Eastwood western, The Good, The Bad, The Weird is a Korean action film and The Good, The Bad & the Queen is a band with Blur frontman Damon Albarn (together with a song).
Noah and the Whale predicted something would happen in Five Years Time whereas Bowie only had Five Years.  Chapterhouse took Sixteen Years to grow up and The National are 29 Years young.  Placebo spoke of Twenty Years and Saint Etienne have Twenty Five Years.
Flo Rida and Light Pollution had a Good Feeling, Puressence felt This Feeling, Talking Heads have a New Feeling and Kate Bush enjoyed a Beautiful Feeling.
Fucked Up followed an Invisible Leader, Crystals Stilts and Primal Scream somehow saw an Invisible City while Paul Weller and Wild Beasts appeared Invisible to everybody.
One Day Like This, On a Day Like This and On a Day Like Today are songs by Elbow, Lightning Seeds and Keane respectively.
Our Broken Garden sung a Nightsong, Tribes went Nightdriving and R.E.M went Nightswimming.  Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves of Destiny became a Nightswimmer.
Noah and the Whale and Sting cut me open and moulded a Shape of my Heart and Bernard Butler had a Change of Heart.

Sting's Shape of my Heart also features in the credits to the Luc Besson film, Leon.

Train is an artist, horror film and songs by 3 Doors Down and Goldfrapp.

My Way was popularised by Frank Sinatra but its lyrics was written by Paul Anka.  My Way is also a song by 3 Doors Down.
Ian Brown made many different acronyms out of F.E.A.R, Within Temptation cried out It's The Fear, James and OneRepublic had Fear while Pulp, Travis, Lily Allen, Levellers and Ben Howard were cursed with The Fear.
An island is a land mass surrounded by water, you know what’s coming....
The Phantom Band in 2009 had an Island, Pendulum decided to add to it in their album Immersion with The Island Pt I (Dawn) and Pt II (Dusk) in 2010.  Finally, The Decemberists also had The Island, also in three parts - 1. Come and See 2. The Landlord’s Daughter and 3. You’ll Not Feel the Drowning.
Keeping the same principle, Ian Brown had the same idea with What happened to ya Part 1 and 2 in Unfinished Monkey Business in 1998.  The Besnard Lakes told Like the Ocean, Like the Innocents Pts 1 & 2, Muse split Exogenesis: Symphony in three parts, namely Part 1 (overture), Part 2 (cross-pollination) and Part 3 (redemption).
Neutral Milk Hotel told The King of Carrot Flowers in Parts 1 & 2 and The Flaming Lips imagined Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Part 1 and Part 2.
When I start seeing pink robots – it’s time to start believing the unbelievable.
Alibi are tracks by 30 Seconds to Mars and David Gray.  Alibis is a song by Ocean Colour Scene their B-side album, Seasides and Freerides.
Ash and Annie Lennox were guided by a Shining Light, Muse were helped by a Guiding Light, Tindersticks were led by a Travelling Light and Chapel Club shone in a Fine Light.

Kingdom of Rust, Kingdom of Doom, Kingdom of Gold and Kingdom of Rain are songs by Doves, The Good, The Bad & the Queen, Mark Knopfler and The The respectively. 
A Promise was made by Ecco & The Bunnymen and Broken Records.  Girls Aloud made The Promise and Savage Garden while Panic Room and Cloud Control made Promises that they couldn't keep.
The Beatles stated I’m So Tired and Bernard Butler declared I’m Tired.

Southern Comfort is an alcoholic drink and also a decent film.  Southern Air is a Yellowcard song.
As part of Muse’s The Resistance album, it featured United States of Eurasia (Collateral Damage).
United States was on purpose, meant to sound like Queen and (Collateral Damage) is based on Nocturne in e-flat Major, op 9, #2 by legendary Polish composer Frederic Chopin.  They added their own sound FX with children chortles and jets.
Elbow told us about The Loneliness of a Tower Crane Driver and TV on the Radio had to avoid a murderous Killer Crane.  Radiohead outwitted Killer Cars.

Speaking of brum brums, The Raveonettes were intent on Breaking into Cars and Snow Patrol found a novel way of wasting time by Chasing Cars (around our heads).
My Girl is together a Madness song and a slushy Macauly Culkin film.  My Girls is a track by Animal Collective.

Add Space before these words and you'll have a film.

Balls, Cowboys, Marines, Jam, Fury, Camp and Buddies.
The Horrors claimed You Said but Longpigs and Plan B stated She Said.
Ash issued a Command, Snow Patrol were In Command of Cars and Shed 7 were firmly In Command.
Madness lived in Our House, Razorlight had The House and Ok Go knew that no matter what, The House Wins.
Love It When You Call is a chirpy number by The Feeling and the Magic Numbers asked Why Did You Call?
The Kids are Alright is a song by The Who but The Offspring disagreed as The Kids Aren't Alright.  Lambchop fumed It's Not Alright.  I was concerned for Shinedown and Sanctus Real as they replied I'm not Alright.

Blur is a famous Brit-pop band and also a PS3 racing game.
Good Charlotte maybe climbed a Mountain and Slow Club scaled a Gold Mountain.  Biffy Clyro saw Mountains, Goldfrapp found Felt Mountain and Inspiral Carpets climbed the Biggest Mountain.
Songs that have digits, years or parentheses:
Queen – ‘39
Kula Shaker, Deltron 3030 and Lock and Key – 303 
David Bowie - 1984
Green Day - 86
Biffy Clyro - 27
Shinedown - 45
The Fray - 1961
Elastica - 2:1
The Wombats - 1996
The Big Pink - 1313
Cashier No.9 - 6%
The Levellers - 4 A.M.
The Who - 1921
Cherry Ghost - 4am
Fall Out Boy - 27
Bowling for Soup - 1985
Cage the Elephant - 2024
The Seahorses - 1999
Blur - 1992
The Ataris – 1*15*96
Arctic Monkeys - 505
The Who - 5:15
Blondie - 11:59
Kings of Leon, Smashing Pumpkins and Perfume Genius - 17
The Enemy - 1-2-3-4
Scouting for Girls – 1 + 1
The Dears – 1854
Green Day - 80
Marilyn Manson - 15
Feist – 1234
Queens of the Stone Age - 3's & 7's
Radiohead – 2 + 2 = 5
The Big Pink – 77
Doves – 10:03
Franz Ferdinand - 40'
The Strokes - 12:51
Manic Street Preachers - 1985
Biffy Clyro - 57
Deep Purple - '69
Jason Mraz - 5/6
Paolo Nutini - 10/10
Sonic Youth - 100%

Parentheses is a song by The Antlers.
50/50 is a heartwarming film starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen and 20/20 (Tunnel Vision) is where you'll find Graveyard.
Spooky and supernatural going’s on with the following bands that seem to share an interest with all things that go bump in the night.
Placebo – Sleeping with Ghosts
Paramore – Misguided Ghosts
The Asteroids Galaxy Tour - Ghost in my Head
The War on Drugs – Don’t Fear the Ghost
Headswim and White Lies - Holy Ghost
Band of Horses – Is There a Ghost?
Broken Records and Ladytron – Ghosts
The National - Anyone’s Ghost
The White Stripes - Little Ghost
Bombay Bicycle Club - Ghost
Air – Ghost Song
Radiohead - Give up the Ghost
Gay Dad - Black Ghost
Good Charlotte - Ghost of You
Sparklehorse - Ghost in the Sky
Bombay Bicycle Club - Ghost
The Bees - These are the Ghosts
Shinedown - Through the Ghost
Chairlift - Ghost Tonight

Make no mistake, Weezer will Haunt You Every Day.
Goldfrapp and T-Rex rode a White Horse and White Swan respectively.
David Bowie wanted people to take a chance with a couple of Kooks.  The Kooks named themselves after this song.

The Beatles had a visit from the Taxman and Mansun suffered Taxloss.

Hype and All Hype are tracks by Headswim and Longpigs respectively.
Ocean Colour Scene were Beautiful Losers while Suede and Catatonia knew a Beautiful Loser.
Death comes to us all...
Our Broken Garden – The Burial
White Lies and Vivian Girls – Death
Green Day - Ha Ha You're Dead
Pulp - She's Dead
The Wannadies - Soon You're Dead
Broken Records - You Know You’re Not Dead
Slow Club – Because We’re Dead
U2 - Wake up Dead Man
Beck – Already Dead
Manic Street Preachers – So Dead
Suede - She’s not Dead
Suede - He’s Dead
Gene - For the Dead
Kula Shaker - Grateful When You’re Dead
The Levellers - Death Loves Youth
David Bowie - We are the Dead
Band of Horses - The Funeral
Queen - Death on Two Legs
Tired Pony - Dead American Writers
Suede - The Living Dead
Queen - All Dead All Dead
While She Sleeps - Until the Death
Beck - Already Dead
Death is also one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.  The others being pestilence, war and famine.
Four Horsemen of 2012 and Horsemen are songs by Klaxons and The Bees respectively.

I Saw the Dead is a song by Villagers and I Sell the Dead is a 2008 film.
Morning Glory is a great Oasis song; it also pays tribute to lyrics to another Beatles classic from the best album ever – Revolver.
‘Tomorrow never knows what it doesn’t know too soon’ with Tomorrow Never Knows been The Beatles song.
Classic Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive (1978)
In 2000, it was ripped off by Robbie Williams and Supreme.  Just listen to above from 1m 12s to 1m 20s
And then listen to I Will Survive from 2m16 to 2m 36s
The Hoosiers’ Cops and Robbers
Is a shameless rip off of Lovecats by The Cure
Similar stuff with The View’s Same Jeans...
....Sounding remarkably familar to Cornershop’s Brimful of Asha.  Yes it’s still on the 45.
Kings of Leon owned a Black Thumbnail and Sid James is the Black Fingernail in Carry On Don’t Lose Your Head.
The Bravery made an Honest Mistake, James Blunt didn't make the Same Mistake twice, Natalie Imbruglia made a Big Mistake and Sheryl Crow made My Favourite Mistake.
Kings of Leon found a Genius and Jet stated that She’s a Genius.
Oh-La-Di Ob-La-Da, La Di Da and La-Di Da-Di are tracks by The Beatles, Jet and Mindless Self Indulgence respectively.
Lil’ Mama wore Lip Gloss and Pulp forgot about a space with Lipgloss.
I’ll Be Back is Arnie’s famous catchphrase and a Beatles song.
Turin Brakes woke up Feeling Oblivion and 30 Seconds to Mars became Oblivion.  Tindersticks stated this was My Oblivion and The Pineapple Thief entered My Own Oblivion

The Kooks were Naive and Headswim were Wishing I Was Naive.
Athlete and Razorlight were almost joined at the hip as they used Wires and Wire to Wire respectively.
The Stranglers are Waltzinblack and James found Waltzing Along helped.
Band of Horses kicked off an album with The First Song and TV on the Radio have the Second Song.
Pavement walked down Shady Lane and Scissor Sisters made Shady Love.
Seasonal stuff and all things white, pure and cold:
First Aid Kit claim Winter Is All Over You, The Bees picked a Winter Rose, The Rifles announced that Winter Calls, Radical Face know Winter is Coming, Morning Parade enjoy a Blue Winter, The Coral suggested Walking in the Winter but Aztec Camera were determined to Walk out to Winter, Kula Shaker decided not to be too far away from Winter’s Call, the Fleet Foxes had a White Winter Hymnal, Young Guns blew or gave a Winter Kiss, The Smashing Pumpkins claim My Love is Winter, it has to be asked what Bright Eyes would do If Winter Ends, Of Montreal had to pay off Wintered Debts, Midlake were just hoping that Winter Dies and Cold Specks suffered a Winter Solstice.
Quarantine is the American remake of Spanish horror Rec.  It's also an episode from Series 5 of classic space sitcom Red Dwarf.
How Do You Sleep at Night and Where Are You Going were questions asked by The Stone Roses and The Maccabees.  Shed 7 got personal with Where Have You Been Tonight?
The View wore the Same Jeans and Ocean Colour Scene had an Old Pair of Jeans that they couldn't part with.  Fatboy Slim had a similar problem with That Old Pair Of Jeans.
Suede talked of The 2 of Us, The Charlatans and Supertramp claimed the Two of Us and Smoke Fairies went one better with The Three of Us.

Haven’t they ever heard that two’s a company, three’s a crowd?

The Twilight Singers have a song called Forty Dollars, and features the lyrics "She loves you yeah, yeah, yeah."

Obviously these are lyrics in She Loves You by The Beatles but unlike Oasis with Morning Glory and Tomorrow Never Knows, it's pure coincidence.

Keeping with this, Pink Floyd's Breathe features the lyrics "Run rabbit run."  Stabbed by Glasvegas also has identical lyrics but again, totally unrelated.

I know there are probably hundreds of these 'coincidences' but even so...

Anyway, Run Rabbit Run is a song by The Hoosiers, Panic! At The Disco are Mad as Rabbits and Iron & Wine know a Rabbit Will Run.
Green Day had Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Girls formed Broken Dreams Club.
Cave is a track by Muse and Mumford & Sons were found in The Cave.

Depeche Mode have Little Soul, Matchbox Twenty and Paper Tongues lack Soul, Pulp have A Little Soul and Heavy Soul is a Paul Weller album.

Elbow and Madness used Powder Blue and The Twilight Singers got Powder Burns (as a song and album).
Daft Punk, Oasis and James Morrison decided to go All Around the World, Red Hot Chili Peppers went Around the World and Super Furry Animals were caught (Drawing) Rings Around the World.

Michael Caine and Julie Walters starred in the classic 60's film Educating Rita.  Train found themselves Following Rita.
David Bowie queried if there was Life on Mars? and Kaiser Chiefs knew there was a Man on Mars.
Noah and the Whale and The Dodos knew a Stranger, while Portishead, Puressence, James, White Lies, The Twang, Little Boots and Lotus Plaza all talked to Strangers.
John Lennon had a #9 Dream and during a bit of shut eye, Radiohead had a (Nice Dream).
Wild Beasts went Loop the Loop and Babyshambles got dizzy when riding a Merry Go Round.
The Kooks w/o permission are Taking Pictures of You, The Kinks concluded that People Take Pictures of Each Other, Benjamin Francis Leftwich and System of a Down have taken several Pictures, I am Arrows are taking Another Picture of You, The Cure are taking Pictures of You and Placebo noticed This Picture.
Broken Bells found themselves Sailing to Nowhere, Radiohead decided to Sail to the Moon and The Drums spoke of Me and the Moon.
Detroit Social Club learnt Chemistry and I also knew that The Chemistry Between Us and Suede existed.
Queen once told me You’re My Best Friend and The Drums got jealous and decided that I am their Best Friend.
Turin Brakes sang a Rocket Song, Goldfrapp launched a Rocket and for their album, Elbow were ordered to Build a Rocket Boys!
Junk of the Heart is an album by The Kooks and The Cardigans have a song called Junk of the Hearts.
No Wonder is a tune by I am Arrows, Embrace feel Wonder and Keane thought Is It Any Wonder?
Of Montreal had a Famine Affair and Elbow had an Imagined Affair.
Oasis had a Sad Song, The Ataris had The Saddest Song, Lower Than Atlantis gave us Another Sad Song, Suede showed us all that These are the Sad Songs and Stealing Sheep can guess Your Saddest Song.
J Mascis believed there are Several Shades of Why, The Raconteurs claimed there are Many Shades of Black, The Smashing Pumpkins use 7 Shades of Black and Bright Eyes thought there was A Difference in the Shades.
The Levellers had The Everyday whereas Elbow went the Ever There.
The Dead...

Pool, Inside, List, Undead, and Zone are all movies.
The Beatles said Tomorrow Never Knows, Pulp decided that Tomorrow Never Lies and Tomorrow Never Dies is Pierce Brosnan's second outing as James Bond.  Tomorrow Comes Today is a track by Gorillaz.

Coldplay were interested in the Speed of Sound, David Bowie couldn’t believe the Speed of Life, Marilyn Manson felt The Speed of Pain and Owl City appreciated the Speed of Love.
Take Me Out is both a Franz Ferdinand song and a Paddy McGuinness dating game show.

Red Hot Chili Peppers had a Minor Thing and Passion Pit found a Better Thing.
The Uprising and Uprising are tracks by Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly and Muse respectively.

Broken Bells saw Your Head is on Fire, Kings of Leon preferred Sex on Fire, Mercury Rev ignited Senses on Fire and The Feeling Set my World on Fire.

Paramore were at a loose end and built a wall muttering Brick by Boring Brick, Train constructed something similar, Brick by Brick.

Arctic Monkeys had Old Yellow Bricks and it's a crying shame that The White Stripes couldn't even start building as they only had Broken Bricks.

Kaiser Chiefs import Spanish Metal, The Coral sailed the Spanish Main, Aztec Camera rode Spanish Horses, Foals braved the Spanish Sahara, Biffy Clyro tuned in Spanish Radio and Slowdive breathed Spanish Air.

U2, You Me at Six, Super Furry Animals, Portishead, Within Temptation, Bats for Lashes, The The, The Cranberries and The Wedding Present saw life through Spanish Eyes, Trophy Eyes, Moped Eyes, Western Eyes, Empty Eyes, Sad Eyes, Global Eyes, Pretty Eyes and Snakes Eyes respectively.

Babylon Zoo and The Killers observed a Spaceman and Oasis asked D'Yer Wanna Be a Spaceman?

The Killing...

Machine, Room, Mind, Floor, and Fields are all films.

U2, Pink, White Lies, Toploader, The Cure and Portishead were all Numb and The Verve suffered from Numbness.
Scouting for Girls did the simple math with ‘1 + 1’ but Radiohead couldn’t as they came up with ‘2 + 2 = 5’.  2 + 2 = 5 is also a slogan used in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Elbow agreed I always give or gave things My Very Best and Kaiser Chiefs urge you to Try your Best.

Michael Biehn is American actor most famous for his roles as Reese, Hicks and Lt. Coffey in The Terminator, Aliens and The Abyss respectively.  He gets bit somewhere on his arm and/or hand by another char in each of those films and they were all directed by James Cameron.
After Glow, Afterglow and Morning Afterglow are tracks by Foals, The Crookes and Electrasy respectively.

Inspiral Carpets are Dragging Me Down, We Are the Ocean only Drag me Down and The Pierces want to Drag You Down.
Set the Tigers Free and Send the Tigers Away are tracks by Villagers and Manic Street Preachers respectively.
The Very Best of Neil Diamond which, apart from the obvious is also a Super Furries song.
The Killers noticed All These Things I've Done and after witnessing actions by others, Jet said Look What You've Done.

Manic Street Preachers owned My Little Empire, Kasabian simply had an Empire and The National have a Fake Empire.
Let’s get high and talk about drugs, well songs about drugs. Here’s a nice selection and some are not so obvious.

There She Goes – The La’s
Ship of Fools – The Doors
The Crystal Ship – The Doors
Somebody to Love – Jefferson Airplane
The Universal – Blur
Special K - Placebo
Golden Brown – The Stranglers
Mother’s Little Helper – The Rolling Stones
Brown Sugar – The Rolling Stones
Morning Glory - Oasis
Forty Dollars - The Twilight Singers
Far – Longpigs
Happiness Is a Warm Gun – The Beatles
Bad – U2
Powder Blue – Elbow
Accuracy – The Cure
Down in a Rabbit Hole – Bright Eyes
Autopilot – Queens of the Stone Age
Cold Turkey – John Lennon
Doctor Robert – The Beatles
Under the Bridge – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Got To Get You Into My Life – The Beatles
I’m Waiting for the Man – The Velvet Underground
Are You Experienced – Jimi Hendrix
Tomorrow Never Knows  - The Beatles
Worst Hangover Ever – The Offspring

Anyway, there's a band called The War on Drugs and Weezer conclude We Are All on Drugs.

So having recovered from that...

I thought about Quadrophenia the other day so I cut my hair, in the same breath I also heard a voice saying Cut your Hair when I was on Pavement.  Once there, I came across Broken Social Scene where Ibi Dreams of a Pavement.

White Rabbit, Return of the White Rabbit and Red Rabbits are songs by Jefferson Airplane, Ash and The Shins.

Good Charlotte asked me to Meet My Maker and The Kooks chatted about Mr Maker.  Mr Maker is also an irritating Cbeebies regular.

I Hear Voices, Quiet Little Voices, She's Hearing Voices and Other Voices are songs by Kasabian, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Bloc Party and The Cure respectively.

Annie Let's Not Wait, Annie Wants a Baby and Annie Get Your Gun are tracks by Guillemots, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Squeeze respectively.

The Dears pleaded that no matter how bad things get, you just Don’t Lose the Faith and Bon Jovi demanded we Keep The Faith.

Take a butchers at these titles from the following bands:

Blur - Sweet Song
Scouting for Girls - Silly Song
Travis - The Humpty Dumpty Love Song
Richard Ashcroft and The Shins - Simple Song
Radiohead - Pyramid Song
Anathema - Lightning Song
Saint Etienne - Answer Song
Blur - Good Song
Death Cab for Cutie - Stable Song
Air - Mayfair Song
Smoke Fairies - Storm Song
Green Day - Panic Song
The Wannadies - You & Me Song
Queens of the Stone Age - Another Love Song
The National - Perfect Song
The All-American Rejects - One More Sad Song
The Kooks - Sofa Song
Seabound - October Song
Babyshambles - Loyalty Song
Broken Social Scene - Stomach Song 
Savage Garden - The Animal Song
Doves and The Unthanks - Sea Song
Queens of the Stone Age - Mosquito Song
Elastica - Car Song
Turin Brakes - Rocket Song
Jet - Radio Song
Public Image Ltd - Reggie Song
Air – Ghost Song
Cerys Matthews - Blues Song
Queens of the Stone Age - Lightning Song
My Bloody Valentine - Moon Song
The Imagined Village - Washing Song
Passion Pit - Seaweed Song
The Cure - Kyoto Song
Five Times August - January Song
Indigo Girls - Birthday Song
The Head and the Heart, Crash Test Dummies and Caesers - Winter Song
Villagers - Grateful Song
Surfer Blood - Prom Song

Notice an obvious pattern emerging...

Syndicate is quite a famous real time tactical game and also a song by The Fray.

Ian Brown titled his 1998 debut solo album Unfinished Monkey Business and White Lies had Unfinished Business to settle.

Blue are songs from Elastica, The Verve and First Aid Kit and The Beautiful South found that Blue is the Colour for an album.

More rip off stuff now with Oasis’ All Around the World

Eventually turns into a lazy Hey Jude effort

Like Hey Jude, it is also becomes quite boring.

Then There Were Giants is a film, They Might Be Giants is a band, We Looked Like Giants is a song by Death Cab for Cutie and Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is an Oasis album

Interpol ordered a female to just Try It On, T-Rex told everybody to Get It On and The Charlatans wanted people to Get On It

Silent Night Zombie Night and Silent Night Deadly Night are both films.

The Last...

Sunset, Ride, Seven, Sign, Patrol, Boy Scout, Airbender, Outlaw, Legion, House on the Left, Seduction, of the Mohicans, Castle, Broadcast, Rites of Ransom Pride, Exorcism, Samurai, Harbour, Great Wilderness, King of Scotland and Sentinel are all films.

I was in jail and feeling down on my luck so I pleaded with The Sand Band and The Kinks to Set Me Free.  They failed but after launching an appeal, I told Cast, Joss Stone and Foo Fighters to Free Me and clearly upbeat of this news, I told a fellow prisoner not to worry as The Black Keys would Set You Free.

Whilst eating the slop in the canteen, we both agreed Let's Get Free, thanks to Sheryl Crow.

When me and my fellow con departed from the grey bar hotel, we both hollered I'm Free as we were both thinking of The Who.  As it hadn't quite sunk in Plan B compelled us both to say Free.

Talking Heads, Bullet for my Valentine and Turin Brakes travelled down the Road to Nowhere and Goldfrapp ventured down the Road to Somewhere.

The Smiths spoke of this Charming Man and Blur sang of a Charmless Man.

Eponymously titled albums.

Blur, Portishead, Cat’s Eyes, The Cure, Savage Garden, Queens of the Stone Age, Stone Sour, The Doors, Ramones, Garbage, The Temper Trap, Real Estate, A Camp, Vampire Weekend, Black Stone Cherry, Roxy Music, Wild Flag, Blondie, Seal, Grinderman, I am Kloot, Elastica, Orbital, Boys Like Girls, Razorlight, Franz Ferdinand, Evanescence, Bon Jovi, Yuck, The Clash, Good Charlotte, Interpol, Weezer, Theory of a Deadman, Placebo, Queen, The Bravery, Flyleaf, The Psychedelic Furs, Foo Fighters, Cage the Elephant, The White Stripes, Wooden Shjips, No Doubt, Gorillaz, Razorlight, The La’s, Suede, Casting Crowns, The Script, Bullet for my Valentine, Aerosmith, They Might Be Giants, Badfinger, Pearl Jam, The Fray, Bon Iver, Train, Supergrass, The Libertines, Crowded House, Cults, The Smiths, Friendly Fires, The Firm, ABBA, Kasabian, The Charlatans, Television, 30 Seconds to Mars, Crystal Castles, Glasvegas, Pearl Jam, The Hundred in the Hands, Smoke Fairies and 2:54.

13 and 18 are albums by Blur and Moby respectively.

13, Th13teen and Thirteen are all different films.

Thir13en Ghosts is a film and Th1rt3en is an album by Megdeth.

Fourteen is also a flick.

Films with numbers and hours:

The 25th Hour, 13 Hours in a Warehouse, 24 Hours to Kill, 13 Hours, 127 Hours, The 11th Hour, 21 Hours at Munich, 48 Hours, 24 Hours to Die, Another 24 Hours to Die and Another 48 Hours.

Everything Everything, Django Django, Remember Remember and The The are all bands.

The Man from Earth and The Man Who Fell to Earth are both films.

Coldplay spoke of Charlie Brown and according to Ocean Colour Scene, Charlie Brown Says.

Apollo 13 and 18 are very different films.

Apollo 9 is a crazy song by Adam and the Ants, Wild 9 is 1998 PS1 action game, Toploader found themselves on Cloud 9 and Barenaked Ladies made Grade 9.

District 9 and 13 are again totally different types of films. 

Television are songs by The Maccabees, Bad Religion and Hard-Fi.  It's also a 70s band most famous for their album Marquee Moon (which is also a song from the same album).

The Rolling Stones held Keys to your Love, The Charlatans decided that Love is the Key and The Seahorses knew that Love is the Law.

Richard Ashcroft had Keys to the World and White Denim had Keys.

Carry On Dancing is not a new or old Carry On film, it's a Savage Garden tune.

Carry On Regardless is a Carry On film and song by The Beautiful South.  Carry On Up The Morning is by Babyshambles and Carry On Up The Charts is a best of album by The Beautiful South.

All these films came before Resurrection.

Ninja, Afro Samurai, Vampire, Halloween, Alien, Tupac, Cold Prey 2, Samurai and Night of the Living Dead.

I can’t forget I Am the Resurrection by The Stone Roses.

New York and New York Telephone Conversation is an album and track by the late Lou Reed.

The Cranberries would visit New New York, Sweet had a New York Connection and The Strokes had a run in with New York City Cops and it was Another Rainy Day in New York City if you was listening to the Bay City Rollers.

The Kooks would visit the Seaside, Suede were By the Sea, Razorlight gave orders To the Sea and Bernard Butler would be by The Sea.

The Cardigans had a Beautiful One and Suede had Beautiful Ones.

Castaway is a song by Seabound and Cast Away is one of the few Tom Hanks films I can tolerate.

Milk & Money is a number by The Fratellis and Milk and Honey is a John Lennon album.

Dirty Pretty Things had Gin & Milk for breakfast and left me Wondering why.

Blondie made a Heart of Glass, The Rolling Stones, Crash Test Dummies and Europe had a Heart of Stone while James Blunt and Puressence enjoyed a Heart of Gold 

The Hoosiers and Headswim were Clinging On For Life and Clinging To The Wreckage respectively.

Storm 3000 is a track by Leftfield, Chasing 3000 is a film and Bran Van 3000 is a band.

The Other Side are songs by Pendulum, David Gray, Evanescence and Bruno Mars.  Pearl Jam had saw me on the Other Side, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Third Day will make the Otherside and The Strokes will take you On The Other Side.  See You on the Other Side is an album from Korn.

The Gaslight Anthem preferred to talk American Slang and The Shins invented New Slang.

The following bands were fond of things associated with choo choos:

The Levellers - Dog Train
Ian Brown – Gravy Train
Black Stone Cherry - Lonely Train
The Farm – Groovy Train
Ocean Colour Scene – The Day We Caught the Train
Lostprophets - Last Train Home
The Clash - Train in Vain
A-Ha - Train of Thought
Bright Eyes - Train Under Water
Travis - Last Train
Guillemots - Slow Train
Indigo Girls - This Train Revised

Big Train is a forgotten BBC comedy sketch show starring Simon Pegg.

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly wanted to Find the Time and R.E.M wanted to Find the River.

The Verve had a Bittersweet Symphony and Feist sang Bittersweet Melodies.

The Twilight Singers have a song called I Wish I Was and Bulletproof... I Wish I Was is a track by Radiohead.

Daddy’s Car and Daddy’s Speeding are tracks by The Cardigans and Suede respectively.

Two Door Cinema Club will Come Back Home, James, OneRepublic, Placebo, Tonight Alive, Kaiser Chiefs and Supergrass will Come Home eventually and The Rifles are Coming Home.

Echo Park is a Feeder album and Maximo Park is a band.

Shinobi Vs. Dragon Ninja is a Lostprophets song and not an unlikely video game dream match.

The Wrestler sees Mickey Rourke in an acting tour de force as Randy “The Ram” Robinson, Wrestle is a Frightened Rabbit song and Wrestlers is a song by Hot Chip.

Capcom and fighting game junkies know that Abel is a Street Fighter IV char, it's also a song by The National.

Kasabian tried to Shoot the Runner and Kings of Leon sent The Runner.

You can't own whatever kind of title so the following is a list of at least two films that share the same name but are totally different films.

Let’s be clear, the titles are exact so I haven’t been lazy and added films that really differed from the actual name of the earlier or later films(s), so none exist w/o or with ‘The’, ‘A’, a space between words, etc etc.  Otherwise, they wouldn’t count.

This is of course remains true for all such lists.

Just to prove it – years are detailed.

The Mild List (Korma/Bhuna)

The Breed – 2001 and 2006
Kicking and Screaming – 1995 and 2005
The Rookie - 1990 and 2002
The Patriot – 1998 and 2000
The Uninvited – 1944 and 2003
The Last Samurai - 1990 and 2003
Fair Game – 1995 and 2010
Drive - 1997 and  2011
The One and Only – 1978 and 2002
Caged – 2010 and 2011
The Ex - 1997 and 2007
The Proposition – 1998 and 2005
Crash - 1996 and 2004
Bad Boys - 1983 and 1995
Unknown – 2006 and 2011
The Ghost - 2001 and 2010
Screwed – 2000 and 2011
Sugar – 2008 and 2012
Notorious - 1946 and 2009
The Raven - 1963 and 2012
The Quest - 1986 and 1996
Treasure Island - 1950, 1990 and 2012
The Girl Next Door - 2004, 2007 and 2010
Twelve – 2008 and 2010
Fight Night – 1926 and 2008
Internal Affairs – 1990 and 2002
Leap Year - 2010 and 2010
Broken – 2006 and 2012
Asylum - 2005 and 2008
Crossroads – 1986 and 2002
The Firm – 1989 and 1993
The Reef - 2006 and 2010
The Tunnel - 2001 and 2011
Best Laid Plans - 1999 and 2012
Sucker Punch - 2008 and 2011
Flawless - 1999 and 2007
The Specialist - 1975 and 1994
Blood Creek – 2006 and 2011
The Stranger - 1946, 1999 and 2010
Storm - 1999 and 2009
Hurt - 2006 and 2011
The Eagle - 1925 and 2011
Hostage – 1992 and 2005
The Triangle - 2001 and 2005
Project X - 1968, 1987 and 2012
Creature - 1985 and 2011
Missing - 1982 and 2009
Sunshine - 1999 and 2007
Gone – 2007 and 2012
The Unborn - 1991, 2004 and 2009
The Dark Knight - 2008 and 2011
Autopsy - 1974 and 2006
Red Riding Hood - 2003, 2007 and 2011
Unstoppable - 2004 and 2010
Trauma - 1993 and 2004
The Kid – 2000 and 2010
Prey - 2007, 2009 and 2010
Point Blank - 1967 and 1998
The Escapist - 2002 and 2008
Dummy - 2002, 2008 and 2012
Game of Death - 1978 and 2010
The Enforcer - 1951, 1976 and 1995
The Edge – 1989 and 1997
Justice - 2004 and 2011
Splinter - 2006 and 2008
Loser - 1996, 2000 and 2007
Armageddon - 1997 and 1998
Fear - 1990 and 1996
Gladiator - 1992 and 2000
Daylight - 1996 and 2010
The Guardian – 1990 and 2006
Brighton Rock – 1947 and 2010
The Fan - 1981 and 1996
The Switch – 1963 and 2010
Bad Lieutenant - 1992 and 2009
Invincible – 2001 and 2006
The Quiet American 1958 and 2002
Employee of the Month - 2005 and 2007
Trespass - 1992 and 2011
Broken Arrow – 1950 and 1996
Stuck - 2007, 2009 and 2010
The River - 1951 and 1984
Victim - 1961 and 2011

Take a film that you have seen and/or heard about and then it dawns on you – wait a minute; isn’t that also a song?  Well yes that’s perfectly true.  This is coincidence as most of the films have about as much in common with the songs as chocolate does with cheese.

Bands sometimes write a soundtrack specifically for a film as famously, Queen made Highlander what it is with hits such as Who Wants to Live Forever and Princes of the Universe.

Tommy and Quadrophenia are based on rock operas by The Who.

Anyway, feast your eyes on what should whet your appetite before the last

The Medium-Hot List (Madras/Jalfrezi)

Unstoppable - The Calling
Starman – David Bowie
When a Man Loves a Woman – Percy Sledge
Titantic - I am Kloot
War of the Worlds – Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
Godzilla - Feeder
Kids - MGMT, Sleigh Bells and Robbie Williams
Devil - Stereophonics
Just Friends - Amy Winehouse
Ten - Yellowcard
The Cave – Mumford & Sons
Across the Universe - The Beatles
The Twist - Frightened Rabbit
Notorious - Duran Duran
Willow - The Egg
Burning Bright - Shinedown
Daredevil - Fiona Apple
Stay Alive - Hard-Fi
Rat Race - The Specials
The Final Countdown - Europe
Monster – Lady Gaga, Paramore, The Automatic and Brian Jonestown Massacre
Rising Sun – The Farm
Suck - Yuck
Deliverance - Opeth
Tightrope - The Unwinding Hours, Saint Saviour and The Stone Roses
The Gardener - Marilyn Manson
Train - 3 Doors Down and Goldfrapp
Leaving Las Vegas - Sheryl Crow
Hero - James and The Asteroids Galaxy Tour
Mermaids - Paul Weller and I am Kloot
The Hunted - Brett Anderson
Traffic - Stereophonics
The Runner - Kings of Leon
Best Laid Plans - The Maccabees and James Blunt
Badlands - The Growlers 
Breakdown – Suede
Piranha - The Prodigy
Truly Madly Deeply - Savage Garden
Rubber - Yuck
Fear - James, Lambchop and OneRepublic
Hideaway – Smoke Fairies
Up - James Morrison
Ghost - Bombay Bicycle Club
Crash and Burn - Savage Garden
Dear John - Taylor Swift, Ryan Adams and Jessie James
The One and Only – Chesney Hawkes
Insomnia - Feeder
Cops and Robbers - The Hoosiers
Gone – U2, Indigo Girls, Pearl Jam, The Head and the Heart and The Wedding Present
The Fighter - The Fray
Proof - I am Kloot, Coldplay and Paramore
Isolation - Crowded House, Joy Division and Therapy?
Closer to the Edge - 30 Seconds to Mars
Yesterday - The Beatles
Bullet – Bon Jovi
Doghouse - Europe
Near Dark - Burial
Midnight Run - Example
Possession - Brett Anderson
Sea of Love - Iggy Pop
Neighbor - Band of Horses
Justice - Colourbox
Inside Out - Crowded House
Thirteen - The Antlers
Annie - Elastica
E.T – Katy Perry
Bring it On – Hard-Fi, Gomez and The Gaslight Anthem
The Happening - Diana Ross & The Supremes
Unbreakable – Bon Jovi
The Promise - Girls Aloud
Loaded - Primal Scream
Missing - Beck, The Xx and Flyleaf
Go - The Maccabees and Boys Like Girls
The Tourist – Radiohead
The Conversation - The Twilight Singers
This Year's Love - David Gray 
Elevator - The Black Keys
Crash – Feeder and James
Open Your Eyes – Snow Patrol
Munich – The Fray and Editors
Machete - Moby
Countdown - The Black Keys
Left Bank - Air
Taxman - The Beatles
The Awakening - James Morrison
Peeping Tom - Placebo
Papillon - Editors and The Twilight Singers
Thick as Thieves – The Jam and Kasabian
Faithful – Pearl Jam
Get Carter – The Human League
Mirrors - Crocodiles and Mainstay
Contact - Ultravox, Thirteen Senses, Noisettes, Daft Punk and Wooden Shjips
Spellbound - Ash
A Life Less Ordinary - Ash and The Levellers
Marathon Man - Ian Brown
Milk - Kings of Leon
Shiver – Travis
Flawless – The Ones
Carrie - Europe
Deep Blue Sea - I am Kloot
Drive – Incubus, Blind Melon, Black Stone Cherry, R.E.M. and The Gaslight Anthem
Tequila Sunrise – The Eagles
Creep – Radiohead, Stone Temple Pilots and TLC
Wild Child – Lou Reed
Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Deep Blue Something
Hide and Seek - Mirrors
Sugar - Garbage
The Tormented – Killing Me Inside
Awake – Smoke Fairies
I Spy – Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Massive Attack and Pulp
It’s a Wonderful Life - Sparklehorse
Tormented – Tech N9ne
Great Expectations – The Gaslight Anthem and Elbow
Chain Reaction – Diana Ross, Hurricane # 1 and Beck
Control – Garbage
Velvet Revolver – Slither
Face - Aerosmith
Closer – Anberlin, Kylie, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Kings of Leon, Low, Travis and Deadmau5
Falling Down – Muse, Chapterhouse, Turin Brakes, Staind and Oasis
The End – The Doors, Kings of Leon, Bullet for my Valentine and The Beatles
Cocoon – Bernard Butler and The Decemberists
Martyrs – Carrier Flux
The Swarm – Simian and The Phoenix Foundation
Monsters – Band of Horses, James and Matchbook Romance
Pieces - Villagers, Dinosaur Jr. and Stone Sour
Robin Hood - Ocean Colour Scene
Inside - Moby and Guillemots
Nil by Mouth – Blindspott
Prowl – Heltah Skeltah
Husk – Bloodlet
The Collector – Nine Inch Nails
Good Intentions – My Morning Jacket
Beautiful Losers – Ocean Colour Scene
Submarine – Black Grape and Still Corners
Fracture – Bombay Bicycle Club
Misery – Good Charlotte, Therapy?, Madness and Veronica Falls
Backdraft - Arsonists
The Howling – The Phantom Band and Within Temptation
Switchblade Romance - Fukpig
Crush – Pendulum and Sleigh Bells
New Year’s Eve – First Aid Kit
One Fine Day – The Chiffons
The Beach – All Time Low and The Hundred in the Hands
Kelly’s Heroes – Black Grape
Rabbit Hole – James and The Temper Trap
Black Rain - Keane
The Door – Turin Brakes
The Fear – Pulp, Travis, Lily Allen, Levellers and Ben Howard
Pathfinder – Gay Dad
Knocked Up – Kings of Leon
Stardust – Menswear and Ian Brown
Under Pressure - Queen and David Bowie
The Line – Noah and the Whale
No Mercy - The Stranglers
Slow Burn – David Bowie
24 Hour Party People – Happy Mondays
Retreat - The Rakes
Fame - David Bowie
Frantic - Metallica
The Debt Collector - Blur
Play the Game - Queen
Can’t Buy me Love - The Beatles
The Wrestler – Bruce Springsteen
Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones
Jennifer’s Body – Hole
Tron – Foals
American Pie – Don Mcclean
Maniac – Michael Sembello
Just Like Heaven – The Cure
The Game - Echo & The Bunnymen
One Day – The Verve and Bjork
Desparado - The Eagles
On the Road - Keane
Man on the Moon – R.E.M
Sliver – Nirvana and The Gaslight Anthem
Garbage – The World is not Enough
War - The Cardigans and Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Stand By Me – Ben E. King and Oasis
Mars Attacks Misfits
My Girl - Madness
Pretty In Pink – The Psychedelic Furs
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Sixteen Candles – The Stray Cats
The Freshman - The Verve Pipe
Vertigo – U2 and The Libertines
A View to a Kill – Duran Duran
The Great Escape – We are Scientists, The Rifles, Boys Like Girls, Arena and I am Kloot
Seven – James and David Bowie
Shine – David Gray, Benjamin Francis Leftwich and Take That
Australia – The Shins and Manic Street Preachers
Babe – Styx
Pretty Persuasion - R.E.M.
Push – Avril Lavigne, The Cure and Matchbox 20
Paris – Friendly Fires and S.C.U.M
Boys Don’t Cry – The Cure
Brighton Rock – Queen
Frozen - Madonna and Within Temptation
The Circle - Ocean Colour Scene
The Frog Prince – Keane
Sex Drive - Tricky
Fallen - Franz Ferdinand
Demolition Man – The Police
Young at Heart – The Bluebells
The Living Daylights – A-Ha
The Fly – U2
Psycho - System of a Down
This Means War - Nickelback
Trust - Seabird and Neon Trees
Irresistible - Jessica Simpson and The Corrs
The Shining – Black Sabbath and Badly Drawn Boy
Out Of Reach – Gabrielle and Lowgold
Drop Dead Gorgeous – Republica and Aerosmith
This Is War - 30 Seconds to Mars
Firestarter - The Prodigy
Dirty Harry – Gorillaz
My Way - 3 Doors Down
Richard III – Supergrass
Breathe – The Prodigy, Pink Floyd, Toploader, Anberlin, A Place to Bury Strangers, Nickelback David Gray and U2
Red - Elbow, The Dirty Three and Bosnian Rainbows
The Passenger – Kings of Convenience and Iggy Pop
Drag Me to Hell - Theory of a Deadman
Doubt – Delphic and The Boxer Rebellion
Happiness – Alexis Jordan, The Fray, Goldfrapp, Teenage Fanclub, Kasabian, The Blue Nile and Eluvium
Resistance - Muse
In Time – Zero 7
Everything Must Go – Manic Street Preachers
The Birds - Elbow
Hush – Kula Shaker, Calexico and The Wonder Stuff
Pulse – Toni Braxton and I Break Horses
Panic – The Smiths and Anathema
Cuckoo – I Am Kloot and Still Corners
Wrong Turn – Jack Johnson
The Other Side – Pendulum, David Gray, Evanescence and Bruno Mars
Mamma Mia - Abba
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang - The Subways
Daylight – Smoke Fairies and Maroon 5
Exhibit A - The Features
Anastasia - Slash
Time - Pink Floyd
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – False Start
Final Destination – Within Temptation
End of Days - Bullet for my Valentine
Dark Star - I am Kloot
Black Swan - Thom Yorke and Megadeth
Safe House – Senses Fail
The Mechanic – 50 Cent
Lucky You - The Lightning Seeds, Taylor Swift and The National
Goldfinger – Ash and Magazine
Loser – Beck and 3 Doors Down
Mannequin – Katy Perry, Wire and The Summer Set
Sunshine – Ian Brown, Simian, Aerosmith, Kids in Glass Houses, Panic Room, Alice in Chains Keane, Smoke Fairies
Hurricane – Panic! At the Disco and Theory of a Deadman
Message in a Bottle – The Police
Pet Sematary – Ramones
Roxanne – The Police
Red Lights - Delphic
The Return - Trevor Hall
Everything - Alanis Morissette and Ben Howard
Albatross – Corrosion of Conformity, Besnard Lakes, Public Image Ltd and Wild Beasts 
Break - Five Times August
Kaleidoscope - James, Ride and The Script
The One - Lambchop
Halloween - Sonic Youth
Knock Knock - Band of Horses
Unknown - Lifehouse
Bruiser - The Phoenix Foundation
Witness - Show of Hands
Anathema - Underworld
Crossroads - Cream
Flight - The Boxer Rebellion
Still Life - Suede, The Horrors and The Stranglers
Moon - Foals
Cabin Fever - Brian Jonestown Massacre
Broken City - Audioslave
Scar - Cloud Control
The Boys from Brazil - The Pop Group
Exit Wounds - Placebo
Victim - Avenged Sevenfold
I Fought the Law - The Crickets

I'm exhausted but I've found a final burst of energy that will complete the trilogy.

Following on from the above, the playlist below holds songs that have been done by at least two different artists.

Sensibly, I’ve done my damndest to make sure that cover versions don’t feature.

Here we go – surely the most comprehensive list of its type.

The Scorching List (Vindaloo/Phall)

Be My Side – Inxs and Kasabian
The Great Escape – We are Scientists, The Rifles, Boys Like Girls, Arena and I am Kloot
303 – Kula Shaker, Deltron 3030 and Lock and Key
Bees – Animal Collective and Warpaint
Rainbows – Paolo Nutini and Madness
I Still Do – The Cranberries and I am Kloot
Thank You – Alanis Morissette, Dido, The Calling and The Charlatans
The Pulse – Alisha’s Attic and The Magic Numbers
Holy Ghost – Headswim and White Lies
Hello – Oasis, Ultravox, Take That, James and The Seahorses
Light up the Night – Black Eyed Peas and The Besnard Lakes
The End – The Doors, Kings of Leon and The Beatles
Trouble - Coldplay, Pink, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Metronomy, Shampoo, The Answer and The Rakes
War - The Cardigans and Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Chain Reaction – Diana Ross, Hurricane # 1 and Beck
Vertigo – U2 and The Libertines
Seven – James and David Bowie
Hush – Kula Shaker, Calexico and The Wonder Stuff
Lithium - Nirvana and Evanescence 
What is Love – Haddaway and Take That
Go - The Maccabees and Boys Like Girls 

Fear - James and OneRepublic
Butterfly - Inspiral Carpets and The Verve
Don't Let Me Down - The Farm and The Beatles
Your Star - The All-American Rejects and Evanescence
Hero - James and The Asteroids Galaxy Tour
Jesus Christ – Gay Dad and Longpigs
Train - 3 Doors Down and Goldfrapp
Down - Anberlin and blink-182
Pulse – Toni Braxton and I Break Horses
Eternal Flame - The Bangles and Ian Brown
Black Swan - Thom Yorke and Megadeth
December - Collective Soul, Teenage Fanclub, Weezer, David Gray and Norah Jones
Hurricane – Panic! At the Disco and Theory of a Deadman 
Shape of my Heart - Noah and the Whale and Sting
Best Laid Plans - The Maccabees and James Blunt
Birthday - The Beatles, Blur, Katy Perry and Kings of Leon
A Life Less Ordinary - Ash and The Levellers
Best Laid Plans - The Maccabees and James Blunt 
Children - Robert Miles and Delta Spirit
Sale of the Century - Sleeper and The Futureheads 
Monster – Lady Gaga, Paramore, The Automatic and Brian Jonestown Massacre
I'm not Alright - Shinedown and Sanctus Real
Crazy World - Richard Ashcroft and Ladyhawke
Trust - Seabird and Neon Trees
Mermaids - Paul Weller and I am Kloot
Hanging Around – The Stranglers and The Cardigans
Death - White Lies and Vivian Girls
Missing - Beck, The Xx and Flyleaf
Gold - Spandau Ballet and Owl City
Burn Baby Burn – Charm City Devils and Ash
My Generation - The Who and Limp Bizkit
The River - Good Charlotte and Elbow
Here – Pavement, Tindersticks and Take That
Papillon - Editors and The Twilight Singers
The Fear – Pulp, Travis, Lily Allen, The Levellers, Ben Howard and Graham Coxon
Spellbound – Ash and AC/DC
Nosebleed - Maximo Park and Ceremony
Happy - The View, Best Coast and Travis
Shine On – The Kooks and Jet
Daylight – Smoke Fairies and Maroon 5
Sorrow – David Bowie, The National and Pink Floyd
Numb – U2, Pink, White Lies, Toploader, The Cure and Portishead
Stardust – Menswear and Ian Brown
History – The Verve, Cast and Thirteen Senses
Little by Little – Oasis, The Wannadies, Groove Armada and Radiohead
Getting Better – Shed 7 and The Beatles
Celebrate – The Levellers, Common, Stereophonics and Madonna
Slide Away – Oasis and The Verve
Fade Away – Blur and Oasis
Sometimes – The Stranglers, James, Maverick Sabre, Britney Spears, Ash, Seabird, Pearl Jam, Sound of Guns and No Doubt
Shut Up – The Stranglers, Madness, Simple Plan, Blink-182 and Black Eyed Peas
Witchcraft – Light Pollution and Pendulum
Contact - Ultravox, Thirteen Senses, Noisettes, Daft Punk and Wooden Shjips
Mannequin – Katy Perry, Wire and The Summer Set
Trash - Suede, The Czars and Korn
Closer – Anberlin, Kylie, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Kings of Leon, Low, Travis and Deadmau5
Four Horsemen - The Stranglers and The Clash
Fallen Angel – Poison, Neil Young and Elbow
Insects – The Xx and Ash
Kids - MGMT and Robbie Williams
Two of Us – Bernard Butler and The Beatles
Australia – The Shins and Manic Street Preachers
Run Baby Run - Sheryl Crow and Garbage 
This Ain’t a Love Song – Scouting for Girls and Bon Jovi
Still Life – Suede, The Horrors and The Stranglers
Guiding Star -  Cast and Teenage Fanclub
The Wild Ones - Status Quo and Suede
Thriller - Michael Jackson and Fall Out Boy
You'll Be Mine - The Pierces, Howlin' Wolf and The Beatles
This is the Life – Two Door Cinema Club and Dream Theater
Thunder - Boys Like Girls and The Prodigy
On And On – The Answer, Tapes 'n Tapes, Longpigs, Steve Craddock and Fossil Collective
Bring It On – Gomez, Hard-Fi and The Gaslight Anthem
Judas – Lady Gaga, Cage the Elephant, The Verve, The Charlatans and Asia
The Look – Metronomy and Roxette
Ruby - The Killers, Cerys Matthews and Kula Shaker
Seek And Destroy – Metallica and Kasabian
I Spy – Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Massive Attack and Pulp
Lullaby – The Cure, Elbow, Nickelback, Starsailor, David Gray and The Courteeners
Stronger - Totally Enromous Extinct Dinosaurs, Sugababes, Britney Spears and Seabird
Spheres – Pestilence and Ash
She - Suede, Black Crowes and Green Day
1985 – Bowling for Soup and Manic Street Preachers
Call Out – Kaskade and Feeder
Bubbles – Tricky, Ian Brown, James, System of a Down and Biffy Clyro
Know Your Enemy - Rage Against the Machine and Green Day
Silver and Gold – U2 and Cast
Frozen - Madonna and Within Temptation
Uprising – Sabaton and Muse
Soul - Matchbox Twenty and Paper Tongues
Hand Me Down – The Wallflowers, Matchbox 20 and Mystery Jets
Invincible – Muse, The Wanted, OK Go and Michael Jackson
Set Me Free - The Sand Band and The Kinks
Misery – Good Charlotte, Therapy?, Madness and Veronica Falls
Still – Foo Fighters and Bombay Bicycle Club
Strangers – White Lies, Puressence, James, Lotus Plaza, The Twang, Little Boots and Portishead
Falling Down - Oasis, Chapterhouse, Turin Brakes, Staind and Muse
Have a Nice Day – Bon Jovi and Stereophonics
Paradise – Coldplay, Slow Club, Toploader, Richard Ashcroft and The Twang
Road to Nowhere – Talking Heads, Bullet for my Valentine and Turin Brakes
Oh Yeah – Ash, Roxy Music, The Subways and Daft Punk
Girls - The Prodigy and Kids in Glass Houses
Paris – Friendly Fires and S.C.U.M
Sylvia – Pulp and The Antlers
Shape of my Heart – Sting and Noah and the Whale
The Passenger – Kings of Convenience and Iggy Pop
Flick of the Wrist – Queen and Cashier No.9
Heroes - David Bowie, Shinedown and All Time Low
Human – The Killers and Goldfrapp
Run – Air, Snow Patrol, Supergrass and Spiritualised
Parentheses - The Antlers and The Blow
Painkiller – The Big Pink and Turin Brakes
Chemistry – Detroit Social Club and Semisonic
Get Away - Ocean Colour Scene and Train
Parachutes – Coldplay and Pearl Jam
Animals - Thirteen Senses, Nickelback and Kids in Glass Houses
A Promise - Ecco & The Bunnymen and Broken Records
Monsters – Matchbook Romance, James and Band of Horses
Yes - Coldplay, Manic Street Preachers and Sebastian
Bag it Up – Oasis and Geri Halliwell
Northern Skies - Dido and I am Kloot
Loser – Beck and 3 Doors Down
Bed of Nails – Wild Beasts and Alice Cooper
Stars - The Cranberries, Switchfoot and The Xx
Somebody to Love – Queen and Jefferson Airplane
Give It Away – Red Hot Chili Peppers and Zero 7
Young Love – Mystery Jets and Chris Brown
Stand By Me – Ben E. King and Oasis
Over – Drake and Portishead
Jailbreak - AC/DC and Thin Lizzy
California – Gomez, Low, Semisonic and Phantom Planet
Isolation - Crowded House, Joy Division and Therapy?
Proof – I am Kloot, Coldplay and Paramore
New Year’s Day – U2 and The Ataris
The Beach – All Time Low and The Hundred In The Hands
Down by the River – Neil Young, Pulp and Feeder
Butterflies - Michael Jackson, The Cribs and Alicia Keys
High – Lighthouse Family, Feeder and The Blue Nile
This Town – Korn and Feeder
Down by the Water - The Drums and The Decemberists
Poison – Alice Cooper, Nicole Scherzinger, The Prodigy, Beyonce and Shiny Toy Guns
Underdog – Turin Brakes, You Me At Six, Lacuna Coil, Kasabian and Imagine Dragons
Free Me – Foo Fighters, Cast and Joss Stone
Cuckoo – I Am Kloot and Still Corners
Smile – Avril Lavigne, Pearl Jam, Bernard Butler, Sea of Bees, Elastica, Lily Allen and David Gray
Songbird – Fleetwood Mac, Oasis, Crash Test Dummies and John Power
Glory - Casting Crowns and Radical Face
House Of Cards – Radiohead and Madina Lake
She Said - Longpigs, Toploader and Plan B
Money – Pink Floyd, The Drums, Space, Suede, Courteeners, Yes and Buzzcocks
Lazy – Low and Suede
Haunted - Radical Face, The Cribs and Evanescence
Shameless – All Time Low, Kids in Glass Houses and The Fratellis
No Easy Way Out – Bernard Butler and Robert Tepper
Shining Light - Annie Lennox and Ash
The World Is Yours – Ian Brown and Glasvegas
Lifeboats – Snow Patrol and Senses Fail
Sweetest Thing – U2 and The Rifles
This Is Your Life – The Killers and Switchfoot
The Word - Ocean Colour Scene and The Beatles
Deep Water – Seal and Portishead
Tightrope – The Stone Roses, Saint Saviour and The Unwinding Hours
Melt – Mystery Jets and Leftfield
In The Morning - Razorlight, First Aid Kit and The Coral
Northern Star - Hole and Melanie C
Lust – The Raveonettes and Low
Blind – Lifehouse, Korn, Placebo and Chapel Club
Hide and Seek - Mirrors and Imogen Heap
Don’t Let Me Down – The Beatles and The Farm
Sunshine – Ian Brown, Simian, Aerosmith, Kids in Glass Houses, Panic Room, Alice in Chains and Keane
Nightfall – Blind Guardian and Tapes n’ Tapes
The Getaway - Athlete and Hilary Duff
Runaway – The Coors, The Kooks, Bon Jovi and The National
You – Radiohead, R.E.M, Pearl Jam, Take That, TV on the Radio, Gene, Dexys, Future of Forestry, Bad Religion, Glasvegas and Clinic
Doubt – Delphic and The Boxer Rebellion
Witches - Low and The View
Wild Thing – Noah and the Whale and The Troggs
Saturday Morning - Eels and Real Estate
Creep – Radiohead, Stone Temple Pilots and TLC
Bad – Michael Jackson and U2
Albatross – Corrosion of Conformity, Besnard Lakes, Public Image Ltd and Wild Beasts
New York – Richard Ashcroft, Paloma Faith, U2 and Snow Patrol
Lucky – Britney Spears, Radiohead and Lusine
One – Metallica and U2
Saturday Night – Whigfield, Bay City Rollers, Kaiser Chiefs and Suede
Save Me – Queen, Gotye, Embrace, American Hi-Fi, The Killers, Avenged Sevenfold and Hinder
Crazy – Seal, Aerosmith, Mud, The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, Barenaked Ladies and James
Drop Dead Gorgeous – Republica and Aerosmith
Peaches – The Stranglers and the Presidents of the U.S.A
Holiday – The Bee Gees and Madonna
Run For Your Life - The Beatles and The Fray
America – Razorlight, Imagine Dragons, Howler and Yes
Spaceman – Babylon Zoo and The Killers
Crush – Pendulum and Jennifer Paige
Angels - Robbie Williams and Within Temptation
You Learn – Alanis Morissette and Takida
Impossible – The Charlatans, Christina Aguilera, Band of Skulls and Anberlin
Comfort Me – Sparklehorse and Feist
Oh Jim – Lou Reed and Gay Dad
The Sea – Morcheeba and Bernard Butler
Street Lights – White Lies, The View and Puressence
All I Want – Puressence, Echo & The Bunnymen, Skunk Anansie, Future of Forestry and The Offspring
Dear Friends – Queen and Elbow
Get Away - Ocean Colour Scene and Yuck
Breathe – The Prodigy, Pink Floyd, Toploader, Anberlin, A Place to Bury Strangers, Nickelback David Gray and U2
Autograph – The Charlatans and Bernard Butler
Hold On - Spiritualised and Alabama Shakes
Rabbit Hole – The Temper Trap and James
Watermark – The Weakerthans and Our Broken Garden
Dumb - Nirvana, Garbage and The 411
Drive – Incubus, Blind Melon, Black Stone Cherry, R.E.M. and The Gaslight Anthem
All I Wanted – Kansas and Paramore
Halo – Beyonce, Deep Blue Something, Slash, Bloc Party, Foo Fighters and Texas
Summertime – My Chemical Romance, The Head and the Heart and Animal Collective
Gunman – David Bowie and Them Crooked Vultures
Sunday Morning – The Velvet Underground, No Doubt and Maroon 5
Simple Song – Richard Ashcroft and The Shins
Reptiles – Diablo and Them Crooked Vultures
Little Angel – Hard-Fi and Charon
No More Heroes - The Stranglers and Slash
Ghosts – Ladytron and Broken Records
Flying – The Beatles, Cast and Anathema
Television - The Maccabees, Bad Religion and Hard-Fi
The Howling – Within Temptation and The Phantom Band
One Big Family – Templecloud and Embrace
Come Together – The Beatles, Primal Scream and Blur
Dreams - Gabrielle and The Cranberries
Stay - Black Stone Cherry, Tricky, Dubstar and Bernard Butler
Wolves – Machine Head, The Maccabees and Broken Records
You’re Not Alone – The Enemy and Embrace
Alright – Cast, Bay City Rollers, Guided by Voices, The Subways, Supergrass and Jamiroquai
Shine – David Gray, Benjamin Francis Leftwich and Take That
Munich – The Fray and Editors
Who’s That Girl – Madonna and The Eurhythmics
Death – Judas Priest and White Lies
Come Home - James, OneRepublic, Placebo, Tonight Alive, Kaiser Chiefs and Supergrass
Made of Stone - The Stone Roses and Evanescence
Something for the Weekend – The Divine Comedy and Super Furry Animals
Tender - Feeder and Blur
Call Me - Blondie, Metronomy and Shinedown
Vienna - Ultravox and The Fray
Low - Coldplay, Foo Fighters and Sleeping with Sirens
My Girls – Christina Aguilera and Animal Collective
End Is Near – Embrace and The Fiery Furnaces
Meanwhile Back At The Ranch – The Courteeners and Badfinger
Generator – Foo Fighters and The Holloways
Happiness – Alexis Jordan, The Fray, Goldfrapp, Teenage Fanclub, Kasabian and The Blue Nile
Lost - The Pigeon Detectives, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Avenged Sevenfold, Morrissey, Dexys, The Calling, Within Temptation, Aqualung, Actress and Red
Thick As Thieves – The Jam and Kasabian
Sing – Travis and Blur
Irresistible - Jessica Simpson and The Corrs
Beautiful Day – The Levellers and U2
Oh My God - Kaiser Chiefs and Cults
The Howling – The Phantom Band and Within Temptation
Walk Away – Cast, Good Charlotte, The Script, Franz Ferdinand and Secret Affair
Mercury – Counting Crows, Dubstar and Lowgold
Good Feeling – Flo Rida and Light Pollution
So Young – The Stone Roses, Suede, The Corrs and Splashh
Only Love – Trademark and Kula Shaker
Bones – Radiohead, Young Guns, Smoke Fairies and The Killers
Pieces - Villagers, Dinosaur Jr. and Stone Sour
Comfort Zone – Busy Signal and The Answer
Out Of Reach – Gabrielle and Lowgold
Heart of Gold - James Blunt and Puressence
By The Way - Theory of a Deadman, Hinder and Red Hot Chili Peppers
Cheat On Me – Metallica and The Cribs
Thinking About You – Norah Jones and Radiohead
This Is Love – The Script and P.J Harvey
Saturday – Kids In Glass Houses, The Enemy, Sparklehorse and Ocean Colour Scene
One Love – The Stone Roses, Suede, Massive Attack, The Prodigy and U2
I Will – The Beatles, Sparklehorse and Radiohead
Everything - Alanis Morissette and Ben Howard
Under the Gun - Deep Purple and The Killers
Assassin - The Hoosiers and Muse 
Pictures - Benjamin Francis Leftwich and System of a Down 
Doves and The Unthanks - Sea Song
Communication - The Cardigans and Thinking Fellers Local Union 282 
Mystery - Indigo Girls and Five Times August
Gone – U2, Indigo Girls, Pearl Jam, The Head and the Heart and The Wedding Present
England - The National and PJ Harvey 
Sliver – Nirvana and The Gaslight Anthem
Gravity - Embrace and No Doubt
Seattle – Public Image Ltd and Mark Knopfler
Red - Elbow, The Dirty Three and Bosnian Rainbows
Kaleidoscope - James, Ride and The Script
Cocoon – Bernard Butler and The Decemberists
The Shining – Black Sabbath and Badly Drawn Boy
Two of Us - The Charlatans and Supertramp
Confusion - Electric Light Orchestra and New Order
Beautiful Loser - Suede and Catatonia
17 – Kings of Leon, Smashing Pumpkins and Perfume Genius
Twenty Four Hours - Joy Division and Athlete
The Swarm – Simian and The Phoenix Foundation
Mirrors - Crocodiles and Mainstay
Panic – The Smiths and Anathema
Invisible - Paul Weller and Wild Beasts
Goldfinger – Ash and Magazine
Powder Blue - Elbow and Madness
One Day – The Verve and Bjork
Invisible City - Crystals Stilts and Primal Scream
Winter Song - The Head and the Heart, Crash Test Dummies and Caesers
Woman - John Lennon, Young Knives and Rhye
Seventeen - The Sex Pistols and Jet
Alibi - 30 Seconds to Mars and David Gray
Hush – Kula Shaker, Calexico and The Wonder Stuff
Bed of Roses - Bon Jovi and Screaming Trees
Diamonds - The Boxer Rebellion and Passenger
All Fired Up - The Saturdays and Interpol
In My Life - The Beatles and Brian Jonestown Massacre
Uncomfortably Numb - Pink Floyd and Graveyard
Separator - Radiohead and Crystal Fighters
Heart of Stone - The Rolling Stones, Crash Test Dummies and Europe 
Otherside - Red Hot Chili Peppers and Third Day
Panoramic - Lusine and Solvent
The Beginning of the End - The Twilight Singers and Tired Pony
High Hopes - Paolo Nutini and Pink Floyd
I Want it All - Queen, Arctic Monkeys and Pins
This is the Last Time - The National and Keane
Baby Blue - Longpigs, Howling Bells and Emiliana Torrini
Promises - Panic Room and Cloud Control
Congratulations - MGMT and Sleeping with Sirens
Adrogynous - The Replacements and Crash Test Dummies
Stranger - Noah and the Whale and The Dodos
Once In a Lifetime - Talking Heads and Texas
Wrecking Ball - Miley Cyrus and Interpol
Roses - Kaiser Chiefs and Cherry Ghost
Call Me - Metronomy and Blondie
Chasing Shadows - Deep Purple and The Horrors

To really irritate, Mathilda and Matilda are tracks by Little Comets and alt-J respectively. 

I take the proudest bow in creating the Mild, Medium-Hot and Scorching Lists.

Most and more will continue to expand (as and when) as such lists have grown with such enormity, keep an eye on other 'varieties' for more, more and more of this and everything else.

I just know stuff may be hijacked (mainly by those who are really interested in this kind of thing) and/or anything else I've mentioned.

That is not blowing hard on my trumpet but it could happen....

Please be mindful that those who choose to cheat and steal never prosper. 

Hope you enjoyed everything contained and you're just a click from much, much more.

So as promised, if you remember right near the start (it feels like an age ago now) - I set everybody a brainteaser.*

*This post has undergone major expansion so it may no longer be accurate but (touching wood) I'm hopeful that it still is.   

Some (but not all) answers were buried but whatever, the answer is 53.

Here’s the break down:

1st para – Stuck (three different films), coffee and tv (Blur song), Run (two different songs by Snow Patrol and Air), and Run Run Run (Velvet Underground song).
(Seven marks).

2nd para – The Answer (band), universally speaking (Chili Peppers song), 1234 (Feist song), relax (Frankie Goes to Hollywood song), just (Radiohead song), sit down (James song), linger (Cranberries song), here (Pavement and Take That songs), meanwhile back at the ranch (The Courteeners and Badfinger songs), foals (band), wild horses (Rolling Stones song) and cheat on me (Cribs and Metallica songs).
(Fifteen marks).

3rd para – lost myself (Longpigs song), take aim (Kasabian song), misfire (Queen song), people move on (Bernard Butler and album), the end (The Doors, Kings of Leon, Bullet for my Valentine and Beatles songs), sometimes (The Stranglers, James, Britney Spears, Ash, Pearl Jam and No Doubt songs), garbage (band), you’re tender and you’re tired (Manic Street Preachers song), beautiful occupation (Travis song).
(Eighteen marks).

4th para – dear friends (Queen and Elbow song), end is near (Embrace and The Fiery Furnaces songs), television (band), i’m tired (Bernard Butler song), unwashed and somewhat slightly dazed (David Bowie song), call it a day (Raconteurs song), and yes (Coldplay and Manic Street Preachers songs).
(Ten marks).

Sentence – just (Radiohead song again), four (film) and hidden (film).
(Three marks).

The above teaser was of course based on what I know so it should be right (providing I haven’t missed anything).

Thanks very much (as always) for reading.

PS. The Greatest Denier appears unofficially, courtesy of Doves.

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