Wednesday, 20 June 2012

If this isn't variety - you're still the greatest denier! Ud 01/01/14

I return like a successful movie franchise with a sequel that will attempt to do what most movie sequels can't - supersede the original.

Like the first, it could expand faster than water when frozen.

The sequel has been in production for some time and now here it is.

You can expect further philosophy, new lists and more magnanimous oversight on subject matter you begrudgingly admire.

It will be certainly a challenge to top the previous but hope springs eternal that I can defeat the unbeatable.

It would be wrong of me to deny that things will not be revisited but hey, that's not exactly a bad thing as I'm at the helm.

This is my jungle, I intend to swing from every tree and then I'm taking a refreshing dip in my 'stable' pond.

Of course, duplication will occur when necessary but that doesn't mean that this is just a lazy remake.

Let it commence.

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath is by Black Sabbath and U2 have Sunday Bloody Sunday.

Life is over-rated, The Airborne Toxic Event definitely think that Happiness is Overrated.

Justice and Legion are episodes from classic space sitcom Red Dwarf.  They’re also both films.

To achieve Perfect is what every gamer strives for when playing a one on one fighter as it's the ultimate insult and/or boast.  This is also songs by Lightning Seeds, The Smashing Pumpkins, Flyleaf and The The. 

Waltzing Back is by The Cranberries and Waltzinblack is from The Stranglers.

The Airborne Toxic Event pleaded Innocence while at another trial, Stereophonics and Anberlin were found to be Innocent.

The mood in each gallery was distinctly different as the Innocence trial rumbles on…

These songs seem to be allergic to the word 'and' so instead, use the popular variation - the ampersand:

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - Tapes & Money
Standard Fare - Edges & Corners
Glasvegas - Flowers & Football Tops
Animal Collective - April & The Phantom
Slow Club - Horses Jumping & Paradise
The Farm - Higher & Higher
M83 - Kim & Jessie
TV on the Radio - Stork & Owl
The Sand Band - The Gift & the Curse
The 2 Bears - Ghosts & Zombies
The Wonder Stuff - Hank & John
Gomez - Rhythm & Blues Alibi
Metallica - Broken, Beat & Scarred
Hot Chip - Night & Day
Slash - Hard & Fast
Oh Land - Wolf & I
Blur and Good Charlotte – Girls & Boys
Ladyhawke - The Quick & The Dead
Broken Bells - The Mall & Misery
The Features - Me & the Skirts
Athlete - Vehicles & Animals
The National - Bitters & Absolut
Foo Fighters - Back & Forth
Lykke Li - Melodies & Desires
Dirty Pretty Things - Doctors & Dealers
The Kills - Gypsy Death & You
The 2 Bears - The Birds & the Bees
Young Guns - Meter & Verse
The Blackout - Said & Done
Ladyhawke - Black White & Blue
Daft Punk – Rollin’ & Scratchin’
Lightning Seeds - Punch & Judy
We Are the Ocean - Now & Then
Panic Room - Velvet & Stars
Detroit Social Club - Rivers & Rainbows
Blondie - Suzy & Jeffrey
Ocean Colour Scene - Policemen & Pirates
Bombay Bicycle Club - Ivy & Gold
Kasabian - Seek & Destroy
Dry the River – The Chambers & The Valves
The Good, The Bad & the Queen - The Good, The Bad & the Queen
The Courteeners - Yesterday, Today & Probably Tomorrow
Queens of the Stone Age – 3’s & 7’s
The Besnard Lakes - Like the Ocean, Like the Innocents Pts 1 & 2
The Fratellis - Milk & Money
The 2 Bears - Warm & Easy
Biffly Clyro – God & Satan
The Strokes - Between Love & Hate
Dirty Pretty Things – Gin & Milk
Dry the River – Weights & Measures
Coldplay – X & Y
Detroit Social Club and Deep Purple - Black & White
Oasis - Cigarettes & Alcohol
The Courteeners - Cross my Heart & Hope to Fly
Paloma Faith – Black & Blue
Paul Weller - Grasp & Still Connect
The Clash – Hate & War
White Lies – The Power & the Glory
Lifehouse – Smoke & Mirrors
The Rifles - Romeo & Julie
Manic Street Preachers - The Descent (Pages 1 & 2)
We Are Scientists – Jack & Ginger
White Lies – Peace & Quiet
The Bluetones - Time & Again
The Subways - Rock & Roll Queen
Shinedown - The Crow & The Butterfly
The Bluetones - Hope & Jump
Foals - Milk & Black Spiders
Stone Temple Pilots - Kitchenware & Candybars
The Boxer Rebellion - Cowboys & Engines
Frank Turner - Good & Gone

As there are hundreds of songs out there that prefer to use 'and' so it begs the question why.

This is a minor variation on another list so this time it’s films and tunes that are just a number.

For the purposes of this list, I have stolen some from my other list.  Hey, I'm allowed - he he.




1984 - David Bowie
17 - Kings of Leon, Smashing Pumpkins, Perfume Genius and Youth Lagoon
111 - Paul Weller
1901 - Birdy and Phoenix
86 - Green Day
1854 - The Dears
27 - Biffy Clyro and Title Fight
80 - Green Day
45 - Shinedown
22 - Lily Allen and Deaf Havana
051107 - Standard Fare
1961 - The Fray
405 - Death Cab for Cutie
303 - Kula Shaker, Deltron 3030 and Lock and Key
103 - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
1492 - Counting Crows
1904 - Benjamin Francis Leftwich
1973 - James Blunt
1989 - Mindless Self Indulgence and The Rakes
72 - James and The Orb
77 - The Big Pink
15 - Marilyn Manson
1981 - Public Image Ltd
1996 - The Wombats
505 - Arctic Monkeys
1979 - The Smashing Pumpkins and Good Charlotte
1532 - Smallgang
 57 - Biffy Clyro
1988 - Summer Camp
1603 - Bury Tomorrow
1234 - Feist
1991 - Crystal Castles
1313 - The Big Pink
1930 - The Gaslight Anthem
36 - System of a Down
1921 - The Who
27 - Fall Out Boy
1985 - Bowling for Soup and Manic Street Preachers
2024 - Cage the Elephant
1983 - Neon Trees and Flying Lotus
1999 - The Seahorses
1992 - Blur
1963 - New Order
911 - Delta Spirit and Netsky
2012 - Nemesea
9669 - The Joy Formidable
1917 - The Fiery Furnaces
42 - Coldplay
586 - New Order
2080 - Yeasayer
309 - Russian Circles
1904 - The Tallest Man on Earth
4001 - Squarepusher
14 - Palma Violets
1972 - Josh Rouse
137 - The Pineapple Thief
1969 - The Vines
5785021 - Jessy Lanza
12 - The 1975
137 - The Pineapple Thief
1009 - Bonobo
92 - Siouxsie & the Banshees
345 - Supergrass

In the case of that Standard Fare song, I wonder what happened on 05 November 2007.  January 28, 1986 is a significant date for Owl City.

Ocean Colour Scene questioned how they all got So Low, Blur declared This Is a Low and Suede asked Have You Ever Been This Low?

Inside In/Inside Out is the debut album from The Kooks and Linkin Park told a song From The Inside.  Yellowcard were Inside Out.

21 is a best selling album by Adele (rightly or wrongly) and also an Ocean Colour Scene boxset to celebrate the band's 21st anniversary. 

The Beatles said Happiness is a Warm Gun, Embrace were confident that Happiness Will Get You In The End and The Solar Bears believed that Happiness is a Warm Spacestation.

The Temper Trap and Foo Fighters have seen a Miracle and All the Young witnessed Another Miracle. 

Tired Pony were Held in the Arms and I welcome Elbow with Open Arms.

Frightened Rabbit pitched Good Arms Vs Bad Arms against The Maccabees' album Wall of Arms.  Who won is a question w/o an answer.

Wild Beasts and Alice Cooper laid on a Bed of Nails and Bon Jovi laid on a Bed of Roses.  Bon Jovi also spoke of a bed of nails in the latter song.

The Cribs know about Men's and Women's Needs.

Add Song after these word(s) and you definitely have one (familiar):

Immigrant -  Led Zeppelin
Exit - It Bites
Even - Gomez
Siren - Bat for Lashes
Chapel - We Are Augustines
Accordion - The Maccabees
The Bitch - Bowling for Soup
Apology - The Decemberists
The Ring - The Bravery
Last Folk - The Antlers
Ten Storey Love - The Stone Roses
Sleepy - Tindersticks
The Rakes - The Decemberists
The Last - The All-American Rejects
Ladder - Bright Eyes
Gypsy - Cerys Matthews
The Basement - The Bluetones
Painter - Norah Jones
Black Swan - Athlete
This Ain’t a Love – Scouting for Girls and Bon Jovi
Tape - The Kills
String - The Wannadies
Silent My - Lykke Li
Indian - Elastica
Traveler's - Future of Forestry
The Freedom - Jason Mraz
Party - Keaton Heston
Swan - Grimes
Rain - Dirty Three
The Maccabees - Accordion
The No No - The Sounds
Tremelo - The Charlatans
The Cigarette - The All-American Rejects
Brenda's Death - Red Hot Chili Peppers
New York - Chumbawamba
God - Bad Religion
Mansun's Only Love - Mansun
Prison - Rage Against the Machine and System of a Down
Prodical - Puressence
The Riverboat – Ocean Colour Scene
Guitar - Texas
Seed - Cerys Matthews and Korn
Even - Gomez
Cardinal - The National
Analgesic Love - Puressence
The Decemberists - Calamity
Sailor - First Aid Kit
Bunker – Embrace
The Airplane – Scouting for Girls
Drum - The Temper Trap
Just a - Girls
Morning - Zero 7 and The Lumineers
Car - Elastica
Dancing - Little Comets
Highway - System of a Down
The Secretary - The Go! Team
Loyalty - Babyshambles
Love - Hard-Fi and The Dandy Warhols
A Morning – Elephant Stone
Electric Death - Crocodiles
Kevin's - Goo Goo Dolls
Chicane - The Nothing
A Really Cool Dance - Bowling for Soup
The Party – Blink-182
Sad - Oasis and Milk Maid
Liberty - The Levellers
The Walkmen - Torch
October - Amy Winehouse
Elephant - The Enemy
Heartbeat - The Futureheads
Tiger Mountain Peasant - Fleet Foxes
Second - TV on the Radio
Marry - Band of Horses
Organ - The Boxer Rebellion
Adam’s – Blink-182
The Last - Foo Fighters
Subway - The Cure
Prison - System of a Down
The Apocalypse - St. Vincent
The Holiday - Pixies
The Wood - Indigo Girls
Piano - Tindersticks
Nothin' - Alice in Chains
Midnight - Wild Nothing
Hamburg - Keane
The Swamp - Oasis
Normal - Perfume Genius
Ether - Turin Brakes
Sister - Perfume Genius
Swamp - Blur
Pop - 3 Doors Down
Shark - Stealing Sheep
Thieves - The Albion Band
Sentimental - Ultrasound
Catcher - Great Lake Swimmers
Glockenspiel - Dog is Dead
Eagle - The Staves
Thieves - The Albion Band
Cowboy - Thin Lizzy
Country - Jake Bugg
Reggie - Public Image Ltd
Grateful - Villagers
Maw Maw - The Joy Formidable
Passenger - Great Lake Swimmers
Shadow - Screaming Trees
Breakfast - Field Music
Hoodie - Man Overboard
Park - The Dodos
Sleepy - Tindersticks

Half Moon, Half Light and Half Gate are songs by Iron & Wine, Athlete and Grizzly Bear respectively.

Falling Down and Falling Up are totally unrelated films. 

The Maccabees owned an assortment of Bicycles, Pink Floyd had a Bike and Queen took part in a Bicycle Race.

Mile End and Miles End are songs by Gomez and Pulp respectively.

SNK's elderly Vanguard  was released in 1981 is definitely the precursor to Irem's R-Type and Konami's Gradius.  Like most SNK genius, it will never be famous as others and while Irem and Gradius were counting the cash, SNK struggled to rub two pennies together.

I don't deny that flying the R-9 and Vic Viper is a fantastic experience and rightly deserves to be among the most essential shmup's of all time but did Irem and Konami admit inspiration from SNK?  Did Kawasaki and co achieve recognition for these blasters?

Sadly no and not!

Like a crooked boxing promoter, SNK would be used by all and be bled dry by over eager leeches.

The ultimate video gaming vampire is Capcom.  Unlike these fictitious Virgin addicts, no amount of sunlight or stakes through the heart will ever put Capcom in their box.

Control, Alternate and Delete (commonly abbreviated to Ctrl, Alt and Del) is qwerty combo to bring up various buttons on a computer such as Task Manager.  This simply key combination is also known as ‘hard break’ to some.

Whatever, the common abbreviation is a song by Ash.

Frightened Rabbit were Square 9, Adam & the Ants launched Apollo 9 and The Go! Team knew the time was right for Apollo Throwdown.

Bury Tomorrow must think we're tasty as Bitemarks always be left.

Lifehouse, Miley Cyrus and Interpol have a Wrecking Ball, Elbow owned a Mirror Ball and Cage the Elephant bounced their way to stardom with a Rubber Ball.

Guillemots hung The Basket and Kings of Leon kicked The Bucket.

Exile on Mainstream and Exile on Main Street are albums by Matchbox Twenty and The Rolling Stones respectively.

Uppercut is a common punch used in boxing or any other type of brawl.  Stereophonics have also performed such a move.

I’ve resurrected the same title, totally different film only this time it's:

Large, meaty and bouncy

The Island – 1980, 2005 and 2011
The Boxer – 1997 and 2009
Spellbound - 1945 and 2002
Catch Me If You Can – 1989 and 2002
Warlock - 1959 and 1989
Undefeated – 2003 and 2011
The One – 2001 and 2011
The Pianist – 1991 and 2002
Passengers – 2008 and 2012
Red Dawn – 1984 and 2012
The Raid – 1954 and 2011
Deja Vu - 1997 and 2006
Blue Steel - 1934 and 1989
The Brave One – 1956 and 2007
Independence Day – 1983 and 1996
The Score – 2001 and 2005
The Undefeated – 1969 and 2011
Safe House – 1998 and 2012
The Grind - 2008 and 2012
The Expendables – 2000 and 2010
Under Suspicion – 1991 and 2000
Hope Springs - 2003 and 2012
Bedlam – 1946 and 2011
Summer Loving – 2006 and 2011
Child’s Play – 1954, 1972 and 1988
Michael – 1996 and 2011
Left for Dead - 2007 and 2007
Proof - 1991 and 2005
The Hunted - 1995 and 2003
Caged – 2010 and 2011
Twilight – 1998 and 2008
No Way Out – 1950 and 1987
Push - 2006 and 2009
Tattoo - 1981 and 2002
The Return - 2003 and 2006
Double Trouble – 1967 and 1992
Stalker - 1979 and 2010
Ransom – 1974 and 1996
Demons - 1985 and 2011
Unforgettable – 1996 and 2011
Possession – 1981, 2002 and 2009
Walking Tall - 2004 and 2007
Rain - 1932 and 2001
Virus - 1980 and 1999
Panic - 1963 and 2000
Scarface – 1932 and 1983
The Killers – 1946 and 1964
Hunger - 2008 and 2009
Heat – 1986 and 1995
Tormented - 1960, 2009 and 2011
Last Night – 1998 and 2010
Shelter - 2007 and 2010
Black Sheep – 1996 and 2006
Savage - 2009 and 2010
True Blue – 1996 and 2001
Taken - 1999 and 2008 
Bad Company – 1972, 1995 and 2002
The Freshman – 1925 and 1990
Fair Game – 1986, 1995 and 2010
Adrift - 2006 and 2009
Fortress – 1985, 1992 and 2012
Payback - 1995 and 1999
Red – 2008 and 2010
The Sentinel – 1977 and 2006
The Love Letter - 1998 and 1999
Possessed - 1931, 1947 and 2000
Inside - 2002, 2007 and 2012
Underground - 1995, 2010 and 2011
Pure - 2002 and 2009
Premonition - 2004 and 2007
The Dead - 1987 and 2010
Dead End - 1937, 2003 and 2012
Lockout - 2006 and 2012
The Hunter - 1980 and 2011
Cargo - 2007 and 2011
Hell - 2006 and 2011
Hush - 1998 and 2008
Macabre - 1980 and 2009
Bandits - 1997 and 2001
Fever Pitch - 1997 and 2005
Blood Alley - 1955 and 2012
Sky High - 2003 and 2005
The Red Shoes - 1948 and 2007
Rough Cut - 1980 and 2008
The Host - 2006 and 2013
Zero Tolerance - 1995 and 1999
Black Eagle - 1988 and 2012
Slither - 1973 and 2006
Break - 2008 and 2009
The Victim - 2006 and 2012
Buried Alive - 1990 and 2007
Isolation - 2005 and 2011
Contrabrand - 1980 and 2012
The Pact - 2002 and 2012
Revolver - 1973 and 2005
Venom - 1981 and 2005
The Awakening - 1980 and 2011
Beautiful Creatures - 2000 and 2013
Alone in the Dark - 1982 and 2005
Abandoned - 2010 and 2013
Baghead - 2008 and 2011
The Intruder - 1962, 1999 and 2004
Father's Day - 1997 and 2011
Shiver - 2008 and 2013
The Condemned - 2007 and 2012
3 A.M. - 2001 and 2012
The Incident - 1967 and 2011
Raw Deal - 1948 and 1986
Stone - 1974 and 2010
Trust - 1990 and 2010
Broken - 2006 and 2012
Road House - 1948 and 1989
Frozen - 2010 and 2013
Best Laid Plans - 1999 and 2012

22 Seconds and 22 Dreams are tracks by Goo Goo Dolls and Paul Weller respectively.  22 Bullets is a 2010 film starring Jean Reno and Six Bullets is 2012 Van Damme film.

Black & Blue is a film and song by Paloma Faith.  Black or Blue is a Suede song from album Dog Man Star.

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

Foals saw 2 Trees in a park, Paul Weller climbed Trees and Still Corners jumped Into the Trees.

The Twilight Sad were Made to Disappear and Radiohead learnt themselves and others on How to Disappear Completely.

Kanye West thought I Wonder and Embrace thought Wonder.

Red Hot Chili Peppers dreamt of Californication, The Eagles visited the Hotel California, Kings of Leon kept California Waiting, Low and Gomez dream of California, Kings of Leon kept California Waiting, Stereophonics concluded Plastic California, Led Zeppelin are Going to California, you can hitch a Ride to California with Paper Tongues and Pink has already Gone to California.

More songs that have zip in common with films but here's a new set (again).

Larger, meatier and bouncier

Iron Man - Black Sabbath
Great Expectations - Elbow and The Gaslight Anthem
The Magnificent Seven - The Clash
Trainspotting - Primal Scream
Julia - The Beatles and The Rubettes
Warchild - The Cranberries
The Game - The Levellers
F - Mindless Self Indulgence
Adrift - Barenaked Ladies
Beginners – Slow Club
Philadephia - Standard Fare and Magazine
15 Minutes - The Strokes
The Hunted - Brett Anderson
Scream - Avenged Sevenfolds, Echobelly and Black Flag
Evil Eyes - Dio
Clueless - Knight Area
No Escape - Airbag
Possession - Brett Anderson
Eraserhead - Pendragon
Message in a Bottle - The Police
Mississippi – Train
Metropolis - Owl City
Frozen - Madonna and Tindersticks
Strange Days - We Are Augustines
Wall Street - Battles
Salt - Hybrid
High Fidelity – Daft Punk
Rest Stop - Matchbox Twenty
Legacy - Mansun and Papa Roach
Storm Warning - I am Kloot
Buried Alive - Avenged Sevenfold, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Veronica Falls
Better off Dead - Lostprophets, The Sounds and Bad Religion
Hocus Pocus – Chase and Status
Die - Girls
Cabin Fever - The Wonder Stuff and Brian Jonestown Massacre
Stone - Stereophonics
Mother - Blondie, John Lennon, Low, Travis and James
Sucker Punch - Jonathan Coulton
Factory Girl - The Rolling Stones
Valentine’s Day – Linkin Park and David Bowie
Far and Away - Slash
Half Light - Athlete
The Awakening - James Morrison
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang - The Subways
Taken - One Direction
2012 - Nemesea and Chris Brown
Hurt - Christina Aguilera
Yesterday - The Beatles
Catch-22 - Pink
Last Man Standing - Hybrid
The Dark - Black Sabbath
Solider - Headspace
Bring It On – Hard Fi and Gomez
Black & Blue - Paloma Faith
Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
Troy - Sinead O'Connor
Twins - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Falling Down - Oasis, Travis, Hybrid, James and Muse
Shelter - The Xx, Birdy and The Boo Radleys
Cruel Intentions - Simian Mobile Disco
Candyman - Christina Aguilera and Siouxsie & the Banshees
Stuck - Norah Jones, Magazine and The Heavy
Babel - Massive Attack and Mumford & Sons
The Messenger – Linkin Park
Superman - Stereophonics
Twilight - Paul Weller and Electric Light Orchestra
Venus in Furs - The Velvet Underground
Tron - Foals
Black Magic - Jarvis Cocker
Morning Glory - Oasis
Welcome to the Jungle - Guns N' Roses
Lolita - Stereophonics
Lost in Space - Guided by Voices and Lighthouse Family
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle - The Smiths
The Wizard - Black Sabbath
Hard Candy - Counting Crows
Fingerprints - I am Kloot and Katy Perry
The Spirit - Magnum
Marooned - Lightning Seeds
The Circus - Take That
Diamond Dogs - David Bowie
Breakdown - Suede, Magnum and Daughtry
Crash - Feeder and You Me At Six 
Dear Doctor - The Rolling Stones
Black Widow - Dolores O'Riordan and Cage the Elephant
The Attic - Paul Weller
Fallen – Franz Ferdinand, 30 Seconds to Mars and Evanescence
This is England - The Clash
Deep Blue Sea - I am Kloot
The Dilemma - You Me At Six
Faster – Within Temptation, The Saturdays and Manic Street Preachers
Whisper - Evanescence
Leaving Las Vegas - Sheryl Crow
Slave - Weezer, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Ride
Up - The Saturdays and James Morrison
Shame - Matchbox Twenty and The Smashing Pumpkins
Second Sight - Kula Shaker and Placebo
Holy Man - Deep Purple and Paul Weller
Caged – Within Temptation
Fighting - Yellowcard
The Other Side – Pendulum, Tonight Alive and Evanescence
Bomber – Motorhead
Tooth and Nail - Foreigner
Jump - Van Halen
Ben Hur - The Egg
Alien - Cast and Sea of Bees
Aliens - Take That
Warrior - Public Image Ltd and Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Teeth – Lady Gaga, Sea of Bees and Cage the Elephant
Disturbia - Rihanna
Frenzy - Lightning Seeds
I.D. - Kasabian
Notorious - The Saturdays and Duran Duran
Annie - James Blunt and Elastica
Christine - Siouxsie and The Banshees
King Kong - The Kinks and Clinic
Grotesque - The Wonder Stuff
7 Days - Craig David
It's a Wonderful Life - Sparklehorse
13 - Megadeth
Daylight - Smoke Fairies, Ocean Colour Scene, Maroon 5 and Coldplay
King Arthur - The Eplilogues
Wanted – The Cranberries
With or Without You - U2
Norwegian Wood - The Beatles
Ghost - Slash and Ty Segall
One Day – Dodgy and The Verve
The Box - Veronica Falls
Fantasy – The Levellers and The XX
Papillon - Editors, The Twilight Singers and The Airborne Toxic Event
Alive - Black Eyed Peas, Good Charlotte and Daft Punk
Brazil - Wire and Gold Panda
Mercy - Wire, OneRepublic, Saint Saviour, Casting Crowns, Lorn, Duffy and Hurts
Bad Things - Bombay Bicycle Club
Crash and Burn - Savage Garden and Lifehouse
Out of Sight - Goo Goo Dolls and Imperia
Ricochet - David Bowie
The House - Katie Melua and Razorlight
Hideaway - Cast
Dirty Harry - Gorrilaz
Ghost Town - Specials, The Vaccines, First Aid Kit and Shiny Toy Guns
Psycho - System of a Down
Carry On Regardless - The Beautiful South
Octopussy - The Wedding Present
Gone - Daughtry, U2, Sea of Bees, Thirteen Senses, Pearl Jam and Third Day
48 Hours - The Clash
Eyes Wide Open - Goo Goo Dolls, Travis, Gotye and Magnum
Exit Wounds - The Script
Numb - Portishead, U2, Hybrid and The Airborne Toxic Event
As Good As it Gets - Gene
Thick as Thieves - Kasabian and The Summer Set 
The Body - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Crossroads – Dodgy
Michael - Franz Ferdinand
The Happening - Pixies
Suck - The Wedding Present and Yuck
Safe – Travis
Quarantine - Ceremony
Signs - Bloc Party
Bang Bang You're Dead - Dirty Pretty Things
Yes – Manic Street Preachers
Black Water - Train and Wolf People
Pieces – Villagers, Chase and Status, Red, Stone Sour and Tired Pony
Just Friends – Amy Winehouse
Defiance - The Young Veins and Incubus
Keepsake - The Gaslight Anthem
Buster - The All Saints
Don't Look Now - Chapterhouse and Show of Hands
17 Again - Eurythmics 
The Road - The Levellers and Hurts
The Promise - Girls Aloud and Within Temptation
Sing - My Chemical Romance, Blur, Four Tet, Annie Lennox and Slowdive
Naked - Avril Lavigne, Goo Goo Dolls and Electrasy
Zombie - The Cranberries
Lucky Man - The Verve and Marillion
Deep Water - Portishead
Moby Dick - Led Zeppelin
Heartbreaker - Black Sabbath, The Walkmen and Alabama Shakes
Dragonfly - Paul Weller
Insane - Texas
Volcano - Beck
Zero Tolerance - The Bluetones
The Aviator - Deep Purple
Three - The Cure
36 - System of a Down
Black Gold - Foals
Speed - Atari Teenage Riot
No Way - Goo Goo Dolls
The World Is Not Enough - Garbage
Kalifornia - The Subways and Fatboy Slim
Broken Arrow - The Script
Let Me In - R.E.M.
Bandits - Midlake
Big Daddy - Talking Heads
The Raven - The Stranglers
Philadelphia - Magazine
The Invisible Man - Queen
Avatar - Swans
1984 - David Bowie
Ultraviolet - Solarstone
Confessions - We Are the Ocean
Hatchet - Low
Inhale - Stone Sour
Casualties of War - Gossip
Choose - Stone Sour
Jawbreaker - The Dead Weather
White Noise - Gaz Coombes Presents
Shattered Glass - Ash
The Wizard - Madness
Rat Race - The Specials
The Gift - The Jam
2010 - Prometheus
Snake Eyes - The Wedding Present
Big - New Fast Automatic Daffodils
Ecstasy - New Order, Lou Reed and Dolores O'Riordan
The Serpent - Rise to Remain
Deja Vu - Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Sleeping With Sirens
The Village - New Order
Leon - Madness
Chinatown - Wild Nothing and Thin Lizzy
The Devil Inside - The Blackout
True Romance - Citizens!
Evolution - Cat Power
The Bay - Metronomy
Dust Devil - School of Seven of Bells
The Children - Yeasayer
Mona Lisa - Atlas Sound
Metropolis - Owl City
Rubbernecking - The Big Pink
Don't Look Now - Chapterhouse
Shine - David Gray, Motorhead, The Used, Take That and Slowdive
Keepsake - The Gaslight Anthem
Witness - Screaming Trees
Shallow Grave - The Tallest Man on Earth and Leftfield
Unforgiven - Creed
Mean Girls - Best Coast
Crawl - Kings of Leon and The Wedding Present
Wolf - First Aid Kit
Tommy - Show of Hands
Elevator - Beak> and The Black Keys
Milk - Garbage
Flesh and Bone - The Killers
Cars - Show of Hands
American Mary - The National
Dead Man Walking - The Script
End of Days - The Reasoning
Unfaithful - The Wedding Present
Poltergeist - Deftones
Wanderlust - Mark Knopfler
Switch - The Cure
Boiling Point - The The
When the Lights Go Out - The Black Keys
Copycat - The Cranberries
Confetti - Lemonheads
Peeping Tom - Placebo
Revolver - Rage Against the Machine
Dare - The Wedding Present
Face - The Stranglers
Soldier - Goo Goo Dolls
Striptease - Hinder
Eraser - No Age
Jacob's Ladder - Fucked Up
Rubber - Yuck
Mr. Jones - Counting Crows
Unbreakable - Four Year Strong
Mama - Plan B and My Chemical Romance
Down in the Valley - The Head and the Heart
Heat - David Bowie
50/50 - The Strokes
Splinter - Ani Difranco
The Crow - Hurts
Hunger - Rhye
Sinister - The Stranglers
Oblivion - 30 Seconds to Mars, Terrorvision and Grimes
42 - Coldplay
Short Circuit - Daft Punk
On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Propellerheads
Pi - The Orb
Haywire - The Jayhawks
Kingpin - Wilco
Candy - Ash, The Magnetic Fields, Paolo Nutini, Iggy Pop and Robbie Williams
Hitch - Calexico
Honey - Best Coast
Safe House - The Boxer Rebellion
The Boxer - Editors
Sea of Love - The National
Death Wish - Twin Tigers
Gravity - Surfer Blood
Pin - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Police Story - Black Flag
Tombstone - Cloud Control
Hummingbird - Wilco
Out of Time - The Rolling Stones, Yuck and Blur
St Elmo's Fire - Brian Eno
The Terminal - Pendulum
Them - Little Green Cars
Drive - Kids in Glass Houses
Proof - Paramore
The Undefeated - Super Furry Animals
A Scanner Darkly - Primal Scream

Recall and remember the scorching list - well boil my brains; it's back with another series.

I reserve the right to expand upon some already mentioned and many more now exist.

Largest, meatiest and bounciest

Changes - 2Pac, David Bowie, Magnum, 3 Doors Down, Delphic and Black Sabbath
Empire - Kasabian and Sinead O'Connor
Faster – Within Temptation, The Saturdays and Manic Street Preachers
April - Deep Purple, Wolf People and Chapterhouse
Hysteria - Muse and Ceremony
Beautiful - Lady Gaga, Take That, Creed and Christina Aguilera
Fingerprints - I am Kloot and Katy Perry 
Brother - Headswim, Admiral Fallow and Fossil Collective
October - Broken Bells, U2, Deadmau5 and Dolores O'Riordan
Better off Dead - Lostprophets, The Sounds and Bad Religion
Eyes Wide Open - Goo Goo Dolls, Travis, Gotye and Magnum
Heartbeat - The Fray, Chase and Status, Wire, Scouting for Girls and Dum Dum Girls
Trouble - Pink, The Rakes, Stereophonics, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Coldplay, The Answer and The Jayhawks
Bring It On – Hard-Fi and Gomez
Painkiller – Turin Brakes, The Chap and Paper Aeroplanes
Annie - James Blunt and Elastica
I Feel Better - Frightened Rabbit and Gotye
Countdown - Pulp and The Black Keys
Monday Morning - Death Cab for Cutie and Morning Parade
The Flood - Take That, Cheryl Cole, Show of Hands and Katie Melua
Fast Blood - Norah Jones and Frightened Rabbit
Mountain - Good Charlotte and Remember Remember
Julia - The Beatles and The Rubettes
S.O.S. - Rocket from the Crypt, The Breeders and Abba
Carousel - blink-182 and Morning Parade
Great Expectations - Elbow and The Gaslight Anthem
Shine On - The Kooks, James Blunt, The House of Love and Jet
Thick as Thieves - Kasabian and The Summer Set
Alive - Black Eyed Peas, Good Charlotte and Daft Punk
Modern Romance - The Twilight Sad, The Rapture and Yeah Yeah Yeahs
The House - Katie Melua and Razorlight
1979 - The Smashing Pumpkins and Good Charlotte
Further Away - Manic Street Preachers, Inspiral Carpets and The Sight Below 
Reflections - Cast and Sweet
Bruises - I am Arrows, Chairlift, New Fast Automatic Daffodils and Band of Skulls
Warrior - Public Image Ltd and Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Another World - Puressence and The Chemical Brothers
Holy Man - Deep Purple and Paul Weller
Breakdown - Suede, Magnum and Daughtry
Newborn - Elbow and Joss Stone
Wait - Take That, The Kills, M83, The Beatles and The Pineapple Thief
Shelter - The Xx, Birdy and The Boo Radleys
Black Water - Train and Wolf People
Tragic Magic - Falling in Reverse and The View
Mary - Kings of Leon, The Subways, Scissor Sisters, Spiritualised, Supergrass, Foals and The Maccabees
Simple Things - The Proclaimers and Paolo Nutini
This is the Life - Two Door Cinema Club and The Futureheads
Soldier On - Oasis and The Temper Trap
California - Low and Gomez
Turn it Off - The Wanted and Paramore
Falling Down - Oasis, Travis, Hybrid, James and Muse
Daylight - Smoke Fairies, Ocean Colour Scene, Maroon 5 and Coldplay
Memories - Maverick Sabre and Panic! At the Disco
Love Song - Hard-Fi and The Dandy Warhols
Turn - Travis, Feeder and Therapy?
Television - The Maccabees, Mansun and Hard-Fi
The Fame – Lady Gaga and Oasis
Lifelines - Doves and A-Ha
Stars - Simply Red and The Cranberries
Medicine - Tindersticks and We Were Promised Jetpacks
Generator - The Holloways and Elastica
Graveyard - Feist and Public Image Ltd
Oblivion – 30 Seconds to Mars, Terrorvision and Grimes
Teenage Dream - Katy Perry and T Rex
The Finish Line - Train and Snow Patrol
Crash and Burn - Savage Garden and Lifehouse
All By Myself - Green Day and Eric Carmen
Tyrant - The Bravery and OneRepublic
Blue Skies - Noah and the Whale and Longpigs
Mother - Blondie, John Lennon, Low and James
Crash - Feeder and You Me At Six
Mountains - Biffy Clyro and Sparklehorse
Rehab – Rihanna and Amy Winehouse
She's My Best Friend - Lou Reed and The Wedding Present
Bones – Radiohead, Editors, The Killers, Young Guns and James Blunt
September - The Shins and Daughtry
Stay - David Bowie, The Czars, Black Stone Cherry and Bernard Butler
Beatles and Stones - The House of Love and Beady Eye
Getaway - Train and Texas
Nosebleed - Maximo Park and Ceremony
Julie - The Levellers and Take That
Serotonin - Mansun and Mystery Jets
What Took You So Long? - The Courteeners and Emma Bunton
Here - Pavement and Tindersticks
Teeth – Lady Gaga, Sea of Bees and Cage the Elephant
Morning Bell - Radiohead and Wire
Altered Beast - We Are Scientists and Vessels
Sparks - The Who and Travis
Days - The Kinks, Yes and Train
Take Me Away - Oasis, Five Times August and Lifehouse
Fools – Lightning Seeds and The Temper Trap
One Day – Dodgy and The Verve
Ecstasy - New Order and Lou Reed
Spellbound - Siouxise and The Banshees and Ash
Twenty One – The Cranberries and Ocean Colour Scene
Interlude - Morrissey, Young Guns, Muse, My Chemical Romance and The Magnetic Fields
Lazy - Low, Deep Purple and Suede
Naked - Avril Lavigne, Goo Goo Dolls and Electrasy
The Other Side – Pendulum, Tonight Alive and Evanescence
Fallen – Franz Ferdinand, 30 Seconds to Mars and Evanescence
On my Way - Ocean Colour Scene and Papermoon
Pieces – Villagers, Chase and Status, Red, Stone Sour and Tired Pony
Crush - Jennifer Paige, Pendulum, The Horrible Crowes, Stereophonics and Four Tet
In the Morning - Razorlight, The Coral, First Aid Kit, Soulsavers and Norah Jones
Heroine - Sinead O'Connor and Suede
Fool - Mansun, Lifehouse and Public Image Ltd
Heart of Stone - The Rolling Stones, Raveonettes, Europe and Motorhead
Said and Done - The Levellers and Lightning Seeds
Good Enough - Evanescence and Dodgy
Helicopter - Deerhunter, The Feeling and Bloc Party
End of the World - Alice Gold and Sound of Guns
About a Girl - Nirvana, Therapy? and The Summer Set
Wrecking Ball - Interpol, Miley Cyrus and Lifehouse
There She Goes - The La's and Good Charlotte
June - Pete Yorn and Wijk & Mero
Ghost Town - Specials, The Vaccines, First Aid Kit and Shiny Toy Guns
Glorious - The Hoosiers, The Pierces, Muse and The Breeders
Hello – Oasis, Ultravox, Take That, Evanescence, The Seahorses and Flying Lotus
Money Honey - The Drifters, Bay City Rollers and Lady Gaga
Numb - Portishead, U2, Hybrid and The Airborne Toxic Event
Kalifornia - The Subways and Fatboy Slim
Run – Air, Snow Patrol and Vampire Weekend
Soldier of Fortune - Thin Lizzy and Deep Purple
The Look - Metronomy and Roxette
Angels - Owl City and Robbie Williams
Gone - Daughtry, U2, Sea of Bees, Thirteen Senses, Pearl Jam and Third Day
Don't Stop - The Rolling Stones and The Stone Roses
Four Winds - Lightning Seeds, Levellers and Bright Eyes
Rapture - Blondie, Arena and Deftones
Out of Sight - Goo Goo Dolls and Imperia
Scream - Avenged Sevenfolds, Echobelly and Black Flag
Clocks - Coldplay and It Bites
Waterfall - The Stone Roses, Panic Room and James
Dance, Dance, Dance - Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lykke Li
Maria - Blondie and Rage Against the Machine
Up - The Saturdays and James Morrison
Disgusting - Mansun and Kesha
Sunday – David Bowie, The Cranberries and Yuck
Eternal Flame - The Bangles and Ian Brown
Four Horsemen - The Who and The Stranglers
Piggies - The Beatles and Space
Human - The Killers, Oh Land, Public Image Ltd, The Music, Elastica, Daughter and Gabrielle Aplin
Tourniquet - Headswim and Evanescence
November - Azure Ray, Gabrielle Aplin and Silverstein
Girls & Boys - Blur and Good Charlotte
Perfect - Lightning Seeds, The Smashing Pumpkins, Flyleaf and The The
Oh Yeah - The Subways, Ash, Bats for Lashes and Foxygen
Shine - David Gray, Motorhead, The Used, Take That and Slowdive
Quicksand - David Bowie, Travis, La Roux, Incubus, Miles Kane and Kylesa
Twenty One - The Cranberries and Ocean Colour Scene
Shameless - The Fratellis, Kids in Glass Houses and All Time Low
Not Alone - Bernard Butler, Seabird, Linkin Park and Red
Free Me - Cast, Foo Fighters and Joss Stone
Candy Girl - New Edition and Babybird
The Promise - Girls Aloud and Within Temptation
Run - Air, Snow Patrol, New Order, Spiritualised, Lighthouse Family, Supergrass, Vampire Weekend and Daughter
Fantasy - The Levellers and The Xx
Breakout - Foo Fighters and Black Sabbath
Demons – Super Furry Animals, Still Corners, Fatboy Slim, Dry the River, Fenech-Soler, Sleigh Bells, The National and Imagine Dragons
Connection - The Rolling Stones and Elastica
Rain - The Beatles and Mika
Vampire - Kieran Leonard and The Bluetones
Babel - Massive Attack and Mumford & Sons
Animals - Thirteen Senses, Kids in Glass Houses, The Killers and Bonobo
On and On and On - Jack White and Wilco
Change - The Young Veins and Tears for Fears
Miracle - Shinedown, The Temper Trap and Foo Fighters
Black & White – Detroit Social Club and Deep Purple
Friday – Rebecca Black and The Subways
Let Down - Radiohead and Imperia
By the Way - Red Hot Chili Peppers and Theory of a Deadman
D.O.A. - Sleigh Bells and Young Guns
In the Morning - The Coral and Razorlight
Jacqueline - The Coral and Franz Ferdinand 
Silver - Echo & the Bunnymen, Ride, Pixies and Detroit Social Club
Walls - The Phantom Band,  The View and The Phoenix Foundation
Disconnected - Goo Goo Dolls and Keane
Hollywood - Nickelback and The Cranberries
Twisted - Sleeper and Skunk Anansie
You Are Forgiven - Anais Mitchell and Crocodiles
I Do - Placebo and Weezer
Things Change - The Bluetones and Kaiser Chiefs
February – Mineral, Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 and Lusine
Never My Love - The Association and Lambchop
Dizzy – The Goo Goo Dolls, Jimmy Eat World and Siouxsie and The Banshees
Interrupted - The Twilight Sad and Lambchop
Wish You Were Here - The Sounds, Avril Lavigne and Pink Floyd
Relax - Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Calvin Harris
Thursday – Jim Croce and The Futureheads
John - The Young Knives and Indigo Girls
Mr Jones - Counting Crows and Talking Heads
Defiance - The Young Veins and Incubus
Physics - Nural and Magazine
All Around the World - Daft Punk, Oasis, The Jam, James Morrison and Dinosaur Pile-Up
Fuel – Catatonia and Echo & the Bunnymen
Black Eyes - Kieran Leonard and Shearwater
Do You Wanna - The Kooks and The Stranglers
Stuck - Norah Jones, Magazine and The Heavy
Something - The Beatles and Nelly Furtado
Hold On - Alabama Shakes and SBTRKT
You and I - Queen and Lady Gaga
On Your Own - Blur and The Verve
Slave - Weezer, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Ride
The Future - The Drums and Austra
Maybe Tomorrow - Stereophonics and Kids in Glass Houses
Bodies - The Sex Pistols and The Smashing Pumpkins
Taste - Ride and Animal Collective
Know Your Enemy - Rage Against the Machine, Hybrid and Green Day
Fast Cars - Buzzcocks, U2 and Bon Jovi
I Can't Control Myself - The Pigeon Detectives and The Horrors
Entertain Me - Soft Cell and Blur
Notorious - The Saturdays and Duran Duran
This is Nowhere - The Airborne Toxic Event and Neil Young
Shot in the Dark - Evanescence and Within Temptation
July - Ocean Colour Scene, Babybird, Drake, Scuba, Low and Youth Lagoon
Sunflower - Paul Weller and Low
Driftwood - Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti and Travis
Paradise - Coldplay, New Order, White Hills, Wild Nothing, John Power, The Stranglers, Richard Ashcroft and Buzzcocks
Pressure - Paramore, The Enemy and The Czars
Duffy and Bjork - Isobel
Black Balloon - Goo Goo Dolls and The Kills
Into the Heart - Mirrors and U2
Blue - Elastica and First Aid Kit
Twilight - Paul Weller and Electric Light Orchestra
Whore - Low and Gaz Coombes Presents
Candy - Ash, The Magnetic Fields, Paolo Nutini, Iggy Pop and Robbie Williams
Private Hell - Alice in Chains and The Jam
In for the Kill - Electric Light Orchestra and La Roux
Lions - Tuneyards and Ian Brown
No Surprise - Daughtry and Theory of a Deadman
Music - Madonna and New Fast Automatic Daffodils
Endlessly - Mercury Rev and Muse
Roads - Rise to Remain and Portishead
Murder - Evanescence and New Order
Viva la Vida - Coldplay and Weezer
True Love - Friendly Fires and Pink
Broken Promise - Placebo, New Order and Scroobius Pip
Heartbreaker - Black Sabbath, The Walkmen and Alabama Shakes
Someone Like You - New Order, Adele and I am Kloot
Small World - Roddy Frame and Madness
Jennifer - Saint Saviour and Little Comets
Caroline - Midlake, Status Quo, David Gray and Citizens! - Caroline
Blue Jeans – Lana Del Rey and Blur
Crawl – The Wedding Present and Kings of Leon
Temptation - New Order and Heaven 17
Out of Time - The Rolling Stones, Yuck and Blur
Chemistry - Detroit Social Club and Semisonic
Lost in Space - Guided by Voices and Lighthouse Family
Without You - The Feeling, Hinder, Lana Del Rey, Scouting for Girls, Asia and Dark Dark Dark
Shame - Matchbox Twenty and The Smashing Pumpkins
Gold Blood - The Hundred in the Hands and Kids in Glass Houses
Sad Song - Oasis and Milk Maid
Byker Hill - The Imagined Village and Bellowhead
Young Blood - The Naked and Famous, Cemeteries and Norah Jones
She Said - Longpigs and Citizens!
Manhattan - Kings of Leon and Cat Power
Amsterdam - Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Daughter and Bellowhead
Echoes - Klaxons and Washed Out
Coming Down - Starsailor, Dum Dum Girls, David Gray and The Weekend
Stay Young - Ultrasound and Oasis
27 - Biffy Clyro and Title Fight
This - Com Truise and The Czars
911 - Delta Spirit and Netsky
Surfacing - Chapel Club and Slipknot
Coming Home - The Rifles and Show of Hands
How High - Tricky and The Charlatans
Venus - Bananarama, Air and The Wedding Present
Angels - Robbie Williams and Owl City
Ruin - Cat Power and The Pierces
Say What You Want - Texas and White Denim
Woman - John Lennon and Young Knives
Explode - The Cardigans and Sugarcult
Take it Easy - Surfer Blood and Eagles
Gold - Spandau Ballet, Stealing Sheep and Owl City
Forgiveness - Girls and Yeasayer
She - Suede and Tindersticks
How Does It Feel - The Zutons and Sugarcult
Miranda - Surfer Blood and Slowdive
Mona Lisa - The Summer Set and Atlas Sound
Coming Home - Show of Hands and The Rifles
Step Up - Enter Shikari and Linkin Park
Tidal Wave - Owl City and David Gray
Good Day Sunshine - Slowdive and The Beatles
This Is Your Life – The Killers and Switchfoot
Billy Budd - Morrissey and Son, Ambulance
Outside - Guillemots, Supergrass and The Weekend
1983 - Neon Trees and Flying Lotus
Freedom - Spirtualised, Flyleaf, David Gray and Rage Against the Machine
Morning Song - Zero 7 and The Lumineers
Sister - The Black Keys and Creed
Fools Gold - The Stone Roses, Mouthwash and Thin Lizzy
Bitter Pill - Annie Lennox and Puressence
Montreal - The Weekend and The Wedding Present
Fire Fire - The Maccabees and Flyleaf
Innocent - Stereophonics and Anberlin
Torn - Natalie Imbruglia and Creed
Whenever - Beth Orton and Tribes
Fallout – Linkin Park and Moon Duo
Saving Grace - Flyleaf, Mouthwash and The Cranberries
Carolyn - The Wedding Present and Black Veil Brides
Up All Night - Hinder and Best Coast
National Anthem - Lana Del Rey and The Gaslight Anthem
Metal Heart - Cat Power and Garbage
Dumb - Nirvana, Garbage and The 411
Prison Song - Rage Against the Machine and System of a Down
Butterfly - The Verve, Screaming Trees, Supergrass and Weezer
Don't Look Now - Chapterhouse and Show of Hands
Everything - Alanis Morissette and Lifehouse
Quiet Times - Lowgold and Dido
Mexico - Incubus and The Staves
King of the World - First Aid Kit and Show of Hands
Chinatown - Wild Nothing and Thin Lizzy
Telephone - Lady Gaga and The Black Angels
Sadie - Black Mountain and Suede
1989 - Mindless Self Indulgence and The Rakes
This is the One - The Stone Roses and Thin Lizzy
Lucky Man - Hurricane # 1 and The Verve
Run For Your Life - The Beatles and The Fray
Out of the Woods - Public Image Ltd and Foals
Ashes - Embrace and Threshold
Don’t Look Down - Iggy Pop, Guillemots, Threshold and The Divine Comedy
Break it Up - We Are Scientists and Foreigner
King Kong - The Kinks and Clinic
California – Low, Semisonic, Phantom Planet, Gomez and John Murry
The Only One - The Black Keys and The Cure
Philadephia - Standard Fare and Magazine
It's Over - The Cure and Goo Goo Dolls
Different People - No Doubt and Biffy Clyro
Zebra - Beach House and The Magnetic Fields
The Turnaround - Eels and The Joy Formidable
Turn it On - Franz Ferdinand and The Flaming Lips
Into the Fire - Deep Purple and Thirteen Senses
Man on the Moon - R.E.M and The Producers
Smoke and Mirrors - The Magnetic Fields, Gotye and Jamiroquai
Shadows - Warpaint and Deep Purple
Stutter - Elastica and Yuck
Radioactive - Kings of Leon, Imagine Dragons and Rita Ora
Dazed and Confused - Led Zeppelin and Electrasy
Underwear - The Magnetic Fields and Pulp
Paper Thin – Chapel Club and Hot Water Music
Sun King - The Beatles and The Cult
Heart of the Country - Levellers and Ultravox
Second Sight - Kula Shaker and Placebo
Seed - Cerys Matthews and Korn
State of Grace - Beth Orton and Hot Water Music
Rotterdam - The Beautiful South and The Wedding Present
Coney Island - Death Cab for Cutie and The Coral
Ghost - Slash and Ty Segall
Promises - Savage Garden and Panic Room
Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne and Semi Sonic
Paper Bag - Fiona Apple and Goldfrapp
Colombia - Oasis and Local Natives
London's Burning - The Temper Trap and Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
Indian Summer - Manic Street Preachers and Stereophonics
Flashback - Calvin Harris and The Twilight Singers
Daniel - Bat for Lashes and Veronica Falls
Too Little Too Late - Metric and Barenaked Ladies
Ship of Fools - The Doors, Fucked Up and World Party
Summertime - The Twilight Singers and My Chemical Romance
Buried Alive - Avenged Sevenfold, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Veronica Falls
Stay Alive - Hard-Fi and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Exile - Show of Hands and Hurts
Suck - The Wedding Present and Yuck
White Lies - The Saturdays and Girls Aloud
Runaway - The Coors and We Are the Ocean
Wolves - Maccabees, Broken Records and Fossil Collective
Broken Toy - Keane and Veronica Falls
Palisades - Ash, The Wedding Present and Puressence
Ghosts -The Head and the Heart and Broken Record
Rain King - Counting Crows and Sonic Youth
Valentine’s Day – Linkin Park and David Bowie
Everybody's Changing - Keane and Veronica Falls
Thinking About You - Norah Jones and Radiohead
The Road - The Levellers and Hurts
Lions - Ian Brown and Deptford Goth
17 - Kings of Leon, Smashing Pumpkins, Perfume Genius and Youth Lagoon
Golden Boy – Barenaked Ladies and The Stranglers
Shallow Grave - The Tallest Man on Earth and Leftfield
72 - James and The Orb
Big Star - Ocean Colour Scene and The Jayhawks
Monday – The Jam and Wilco
Fix Me - Five Times August and Black Flag
Acts of Man - Frightened Rabbit and Midlake
Elevator - Beak> and The Black Keys
Kathleen - Tindersticks and David Gray
2012 - Nemesea and Chris Brown
White Lies - Paolo Nutini and Stealing Sheep
Flaws - Bombay Bicycle Club and Bastille
Holiday - Future of Forestry, Weezer and Vampire Weekend
Fragile - Wire and The Boxer Rebellion
Circles - Stealing Sheep and Passenger
Pride - Amy Macdonald and The Answer
Bricks and Mortar - The Jam and Editors
Cabin Fever - The Wonder Stuff and Brian Jonestown Massacre
Around the Bend - The Asteroids Galaxy Tour and Pearl Jam
Invisible City - Crystal Stilts and Primal Scream
Radioactive - Kings of Leon and Rita Ora
Giving It All Away - Cast and Ocean Colour Scene
Achilles Heel - Toploader and The Stranglers
Mama - Plan B and My Chemical Romance
Live Forever - Oasis and Black Sabbath
The Sea - Bernard Butler and Morcheeba
Hey You - Pink Floyd and Dinosaur Pile-Up
Wires - Athlete and Red Fang
The Truth - Buckcherry and Good Charlotte
Little Man - The Pineapple Thief
Broken Glass – The Boxer Rebellion and Buckcherry
You & I - Local Natives and Crystal Fighters
Brazil - Wire and Gold Panda
Sing - My Chemical Romance, Blur, Four Tet, Slowdive and Annie Lennox
Golden Light - Twin Shadow and Big Deal
Shut Up - Madness and Savages
I Am - Train and Zebrahead
Legacy - Mansun and Papa Roach
Velvet Morning - Pins and The Verve
Phantom Limb - The Shins and Alice in Chains
Black Widow - Dolores O'Riordan and Cage the Elephant
Over and Over - Hot Chip and Morcheeba
Eskimo Kiss - The Wave Pictures and The Kooks
Hey Now - Oasis and London Grammar
Deja Vu - Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Sleeping With Sirens
Blood Money - Primal Scream and The Pop Group
Lisbon - The Walkmen and The Wave Pictures
Play with Fire - Pins and The Rolling Stones
Friday Night - The Specials and Tindersticks
Too Far Gone - The Answer and The Pineapple Thief
Dublin - Thin Lizzy and The Airborne Toxic Event
On/Off - Daft Punk and Snow Patrol
Geronimo - The Divine Comedy and Phantom Planet
1901 - Birdy and Phoenix
Tarantula - Pendulum and Smashing Pumpkins
Countdown – The Black Keys, Phoenix and Pulp
Black Noise - Panic Room and Nine Inch Nails
Black Heart - Calexico and Stone Temple Pilots
22 - Lily Allen and Deaf Havana
Candyman - Christina Aguilera and Siouxsie & the Banshees
Out of Control - Miles Kane and Super Furry Animals
Little Death - You Me At Six and Primal Scream
Fireflies - Owl City and Still Corners
Running Wild - Roxy Music and Judas Priest

David Bowie became Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed, Led Zeppelin and Electrasy were Dazed and Confused.

Give a Little Love and Just a Little Bit of Love are songs by Bay City Rollers and Ocean Colour Scene respectively.

Let's not get physical, but get medical:

Mika saw Dr John and The Beatles sought treatment from Doctor Robert.  The Rolling Stones began a letter with Dear Doctor and Alanis Morissette kept singing Not the Doctor.  Black Sabbath became ill so they visited the Rock 'n' Roll Doctor, The Who pointed out There's a Doctor.

I suddenly don't feel to crash hot, somebody please call The Drums as I Need a Doctor.

Anyway, if you are feeling poorly, sick or unwell, just visit We Were Promised Jetpacks and Tindersticks as they can prescribe Medicine.

Rounding if off, Primal Scream are on Medication.

Fun believed We Are Young, Keane commented You Are Young, Bowling for Soup are Only Young, Dolores O'Riordan remembered When We Were Young and You Me At Six reminisced further with When We Were Younger.

Be Your Own Pet had Fuuuuuun.

It came as No Surprise to Daughtry and Theory of a Deadman.  Radiohead were left with No Surprises and James organised a party and shouted Surprise.

My mates said to me the other day that Everybody Knows You're Insane.  Apart from being factual about my personality, they weren't shrewd and funny enough to realise they were also speaking about Queens of the Stone Age.

Dodgy are Waiting for the Sun and Linkin Park have nothing else to do so are Waiting for the End.  I'm Waiting for the Man is from The Velvet Underground.

Lostprophets, The Sounds and Bad Religion are Better off Dead and Train are Better off Alive.

A misconception is something that is commonly believed to be true either by word of mouth or in popular culture.  Many of the famous misconceptions are so apparently believable, they still exist today.

This can be in various subject matter including science, biology and cinema.

That isn't from some dictionary and is purely my take on it.

Some choose to accept, some choose to ignore and some just don't care.

Of course, there is no kind of knowledge that is not power - regardless of content (old or new).

The sun is beating down on your back so relax with a beer by the misunderstood pool.

A chameleon doesn't change colour as a form of camouflage.  The fact is that these animals are naturally camouflaged and only change colour to regulate body temperature and as a form of communication.

This also happens depending on their physical and psychological mindset.  Of course they have the ability to change colour to blend in to surroundings but mainly, it is for other reasons.

Bats aren't blind despite the expression "Blind as a bat".  Their eyesight isn't brilliant but they can definitely see.  They rely on echolocation when light fails (obviously during darkness).

Echolocation is a type of radar which is inaudible to humans and they use this to locate food.  A bat is also not a flying rodent.

I'd like to expel a popular myth that many of you may still believe is true as it's been shoved down everybody's throat and perpetuated in popular culture.

A lemming is a small rodent, it also gets extremely depressed and commits suicide en masse over rather tall cliffs.

This is still one of the most incredible misconceptions in history.  Apart from Ringo being a really good drummer….

A lemming does not commit suicide but due to cyclical population explosions, it may influence them to migrate in unfamiliar surroundings that might cause accidents such as 'falling' off cliffs and/or drowning.  So when considering that, how can that be suicide?

Maybe I'm misunderstanding the whole suicide concept.

What's to blame, well only a fairly ancient nature documentary from Disney in 1958, White Wilderness.  The fact was in that the entire mythical 'suicide' sequence was faked as it was filmed in Canada and not a native habitat for lemmings as that's in the Arctic.

So I hope that's very clear.

In popular culture, this myth is naturally exploited in entertainment.

In Red Dwarf, Rimmer famously speaks of Lemming Sunday in the final episode of series 3, The Last Day.

In video games, the premise behind the Amiga classic Lemmings was inspired by White Wilderness.

An expression that people commonly use incorrectly is when people call others 'Frankenstein' as an insult towards their looks.  They are of course, actually calling them the creator and not the monster.

Ironically, Red Dwarf uses this but unlike the lemming joke, corrects itself in the episode Quarantine.

Cat insults Kryten by calling him 'Frankenstein' and the mechanoid rightly corrects his misconception.

Does this suggest that Rob Grant and Doug Naylor also believed the White Wilderness myth?  I’d like to think not.

Of course "Well at least I haven't got a face like Frankenstein's monster" doesn't have quite the same ring to it.

I'm sure the lemming myth will live on....

A duck's quack does echo, admittedly very softly due to the actual quack lasting longer than a morning fumble.

The Omen is a classic 1976 horror film directed by Richard Donner.  He went on to direct famous others such as Superman and Lethal Weapon.

It also has a very famous soundtrack and its most notable piece is Ave Satani, literally meaning Hail Satan in Latin.

This epic piece of music is O Fortuna from Carmina Burana by German composer Carl Orff.

Err, that's a negative folks and total bollocks.

In fact, the soundtrack was entirely composed by the late and great American composer Jerry Goldsmith.

He was also responsible for other compositions including Alien, Rambo, Star Trek, Total Recall and Poltergeist.

Just to show off, he also composed new music for the Universal Studio's fanfare, played during the latter's opening logo.  This was first heard and used in 1997 for inferior dinosaur sequel, The Lost World: Jurassic Park.

For all Goldsmith's genius, he would mainly lose out to John 'Jaws' Williams.

We needn't go in to his curriculum vitae...

The final snippit of Goldsmith  is in video games as SNK's 1981 seminal space shooter Vanguard would feature his theme to Star Trek: The Motion Picture from 1979.  It would be later used for Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Captain Pugwash has an ongoing fallacy that there was a char called Master Bates as an obvious and perhaps unnoticed sexual innuendo.  The reality is that it was Master Mate.

Okay, Mate and Bate do sound similar but just open your ears and it’s clearly Mate.

We move on faster than Usain Bolt.

Mansun were jealous of Being a Girl and the Manic Street Preachers wished they had being Born a Girl.

Katy Perry were fond of a Peacock and Paul Weller wore a Peacock Suit.

Angels & Demons is a fairly awful Tom Hanks film and reversing the coin, Demons and Angels is a Red Dwarf episode from Series 5.  Angels and Devils is a tune by Echo and the Bunnymen.

Kryten, Queeg and Camille are the only Red Dwarf episodes to be named after a character, regular or otherwise.

I don't think that The Inquisitor counts.

Mr Jones are songs by Counting Crows and Talking Heads and Mrs Jones is a song by Ocean Colour Scene.  In the OCS song, Mr Jones is mentioned and couldn't seem to help in any way.

The End is the very first episode of Red Dwarf.  It's also unique songs shared by many different artists such as The Beatles, Best Coast and The Doors.

Inside is one of many extreme French horrors and songs by Moby and Guillemots.  Guillemots and The Weekend overcame agoraphobia and went Outside.

Johnny Blade and Johnny Thunder are songs by Black Sabbath and The Kinks respectively.

Razorlight and The Coral wrote a song In The Morning and Led Zeppelin decided to pen one In the Evening.

Norah Jones said Good Morning and granted me a last request so I asked her to Say Goodbye.

Have a Nice Day is both a Bon Jovi album and song.  It’s also a Stereophonics song featured in the remake of Dawn of the Dead with Sarah Polley and Ving Rhames.

Led Zeppelin requested For Your Life, The Beatles and The Fray told everybody that when in danger to Run For Your Life.

Van Morrison had a Brown Eyed Girl and Lady Gaga has Brown Eyes (if that's literally - wow).

Atrocious is potentially an awful film.

Allow me teach to you about the power of four.

Cast were surrounded by Four Walls, Barenaked Ladies only lasted Four Seconds, Admiral Fallow changed Four Bulbs, Lightning Seeds, Bright Eyes and The Levellers felt the force of Four Winds, The Walkmen discovered Four Provinces, Counting Crows had Four Days, Led Zeppelin made a fire using Four Sticks, Wire had Four Long Years, Kings of Leon took frustration out on something with Four Kicks, The Boo Radleys met with Four Saints, The Who and The Stranglers rode out with Four Horsemen, Passenger trained Four Horses and Low made note of a Four Score.

Chapel Club planted Five Trees and Stereophonics have A Thousand Trees.

John Woo made Van Damme a Hard Target for Lance ‘Bishop’ Henriksen and Arnold ‘Imhotep’ Vosloo.  The Levellers noticed a Pretty Target.

Events in films seem to occur during the evening.

To understand:

Shark Night, Stag Night, Fright Night, Date Night, Prom Night, Hell Night and Fight Night.

Speaking of Stag Night, it suffered an awful and shameful ignominy when a film called Stag Night of the Dead was released in 2010.  It tried to hide the fact it isn't a complete and total rip off of Stag Night by shoving zombies in it.

Watch the 2008 film and if you’re feeling really desperate and I swear you’re watching virtually the same film with different actors.

Why did I waste electricity?  Well that’s because it features one of the most misleading sleeve art in DVD history as I thought it was a comedy like Shaun and his undead friends.

Stag Night isn’t the greatest film but compared to the one I’ve described – it’s God.

Sticking with appalling bad and apparently ‘unique films’ was The Condemned with Steve Austin.

It’s an incredible rip off of Japanese thriller Battle Royale but with adults instead of youngsters.

If you really wanna go even further, recent blockbuster The Hunger Games draws obvious comparisons to Battle Royale.

To think, some people still ignore foreign and/or world cinema because they have to read subtitles.

American movie The Tortured clearly rips off less known Canadian French language movie 7 Days.  All they did was swap the girl for a boy.  If you are going to watch either film, watch 7 Days over the rip-off as it's a far more intelligent film.

Oh, make sure you ignore the Saw comparison on cover sleeve as it's absolutely nothing like it.

Nobody can tell me that Friends With Benefits is practically the same subject matter as earlier causal sex flick No Strings Attached.

After Steven Sheil's excellent Mum & Dad, I was intrigued to watch his second 2012 horror feature, Dead Mine, and all I can say is what a massive fucking disappointment.

As a seasoned movie veteran, this is basically a poor rip off of The Descent and the climax even has the bollocks to steal from cult classic Predator.

Trust me, watch it and you'll understand...

The Rolling Stones and The Stone Roses Don't Stop and Red Hot Chili Peppers Can't Stop.  They've got problems.

Huuuuumaaaaannnnnnns, uuuuuurrrrrrggggghhhhhhh, fffoooooooddddd, yyyyuuuuuummmmyyyyy.

Please forgive me, I just imagined what it would be like if zombies could talk and not just practice the ultimate hangover.

There are lots of films in the public domain that feature shufflers and are preceded by 'of the Dead'.  On the other hand, many exist that don't even mention the word 'dead' but ho hum.

To explain:

Dawn, Day, Land, Night, Diary and Survival.

Quite obviously, those are the Romero ones munched over.... now for more.

War, Juan, High School, Forest, Zone, Gangs, Rise, Stag Night, Bong, Death, Armageddon, Dance, Apocalypse, Platoon, Siege, Shaun, Flight, Dorm, Shadows, Garden, Island and House.

Oasis was scared by The Shock of the Lightning, The Prodigy heard Thunder and It's Thunder and It's Lightning was observed by We Were Promised Jetpacks.

Please consider the following:

Songs can also be names of other artists and songs can also be albums by totally different artists.  Albums can also be films and songs can be associated with game settings.

This is fun as many came into being in the past and although the future can't be written, it can be total coincidence.

I've unwittingly realised that many existed in the original so consequently, new material is mixed in with the old.

So having considered what I asked you to consider, I hope you will now consider and appreciate the following:

Never fear, the innovator is here.

The Ravonettes witnessed Apparitions; the latter is also the debut album by Light Pollution.

Sticking with Light Pollution, it's also a song by Bright Eyes.

White Lies is a band and songs by The Saturdays and Girls Aloud.

Growler is both a band and Space song.

Smother is both a Wild Beasts album and track by Daughter.

Fireworks is a singles album by Embrace.  It's also a song by You Me At Six.

Tourniquet is both an artist, a great tune by Headswim and also another song by Evanescence.

Revolver can be two different types of film, a song by Rage Against the Machine and a 1966 Beatles album.

Everything Must Go is a 2010 film and a famous Manic Street Preachers album released in 1996.  The album title is also a song off the same album.

Pavement is a song by Mona and also a band. 

Rapture is a huge underwater city and the setting for the Bioshock games.  It's also a band and tracks by Blondie, Arena and Deftones.

Capcom is an abbreviation of Capsule Computers and Sega was first known as Service Games.

Mirrors are a synthpop band and Turin Brakes looked in a Mirror.  Crocodiles have a song called Mirrors, Gotye multi task as they are Making Mirrors and mixing Smoke and Mirrors.

Years before, Crocodiles is also a song and album by Echo & The Bunnymen.

Low is a band, David Bowie album, Coldplay, Sleeping with Sirens and Foo Fighters song.

1234 is an album by Jeevas and also a Feist song.

1977 is a song by The Clash and also the debut album from Ash.  The Ash album refers to the year that Star Wars was released, the birth of Punk and when Tim Wheeler was born.

The Enemy is a band and a song by Dirty Pretty Things.

Four Winds is both a song by The Levellers and Lightning Seeds.  It's also an album by Lightning Seeds.

The Damned is a band and song by The Levellers. 

Ada Wong is a char from Resident Evil 2, her Christian name is also a song by The National.

So that’s that, that’s all folks and that’s the end of the sequel.

Don’t be too disheartened though because here’s some news that’s better than your lucky numbers coming up.

I originally stated that the next was going to be the last but due to me being able to exploit vast amounts of material, I feel there's even more in the tank.

Until our paths are crossed again…

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