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  1. Correct. I was getting ready to put a different song by the same artist, instead. I was, however, going to skip "Psycho-killer" as an option. Personally, I think this is a nice little song that is under-estimated. Then again, the same might be said of the Talking Heads as a whole.
  2. Trading Places Denholm Elliott Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
  3. Wild swing time. "Soapdish?" "Switching Channels"?
  4. If it were true that bands had to tour together on the basis of their names (Styx and the Stones, Ratt Poison...) , then this band was the one that would have to tour WITH Simple Minds.
  5. "And she could hear the highway breathing And she could see a nearby factory. She's making sure she is not dreaming. See the lights of a neighbor's house. Now she's starting to rise. Take a minute to concentrate And she opens up her eyes." "Rising up above the earth. Moving into the universe And she's drifting this way and that. Not touching the ground at all And she's up above the yard." "no doubt about it She isn't sure about what she's done. No time to think about what to tell them. No time to think about what she's done" "And things were looking like a movie She had a pleasant elevation She's moving out in all directions,"
  6. Raf! I saw in another thread you're suspected to have killed Mufasa. I was shocked. I would never have pictured you as a psycho-killer....
  7. Getting medieval is almost certainly "Pulp Fiction." (It's been quoted around.)
  8. I've heard people quote "the Fifth Element" before, but none quoted that. IMHO, it's not the best-known quote from the movie.
  9. "She's making sure she is not dreaming. See the lights of a neighbor's house. Now she's starting to rise. Take a minute to concentrate And she opens up her eyes." "Moving into the universe And she's drifting this way and that. Not touching the ground at all And she's up above the yard." "no doubt about it She isn't sure about what she's done. No time to think about what to tell them. No time to think about what she's done"
  10. Next song. "Moving into the universe And she's drifting this way and that. Not touching the ground at all And she's up above the yard."
  11. https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/thompsontwins/layyourhandsonme.html Confirmed that's the correct song. Oddly enough, about 1/2 the song would have stumped me if posted, but the first post included the line I remember best. That happens sometimes. Moving on....
  12. Then how about "Lay Your Hands On Me", by The Thompson Twins. (A band of 3 people, none of whom were twins, none of whom were named Thompson, all of whom were named after supporting characters in "TinTin." For the record, those guys, Thomson and Thompson, were not related by blood, but appeared like identical twins, making them "twin" but not "twins.")
  13. That's "Faith Healing," by Thomson and Thompson. Something like that.
  14. Ok, 4 weeks of silence means a poster abandoned the round. *looks it up* "The Righteous Brothers, "(You're My) Soul and Inspiration." https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/righteousbrothers/youremysoulandinspiration.html So, FREE POST!
  15. Wait.... There was some "Beowulf" movie where Grendel's mom was played by an actress who played Lara Croft, which is to say ANGELINA JOLIE.
  16. Don't be shocked. Moby Dick is public domain, so they don't have to pay copyrights for using the story. So, it's a more economic choice for a movie.
  17. That's him. I was saving the really obvious ones, but a few went through that were recognizable all around- depending on what movies you like, of course.
  18. Jeri Taylor???? I mean, Jeri RYAN???? The chick who played Seven of Nine on ST Voyager.
  19. Thank you for making this happen. Now, people looking for updates on a 17-year old topic won't think there was news when there was not, and the new guy who had something to say has the appropriate venue in which to say it. Naturally, now that this is the case, we've probably heard the last of him.
  20. Winston Connelly Chris Townsend Rupert Marshetta Martin Loader Johnny Utah Raphael Danceny Scott Favor Don John Julian Gitche Prince Siddhartha Paul Sutton Eddie Kasalivich Shane Falco David Allen Griffin Donnie Barksdale Nelson Moss Conor O'Neill Dr. Julian Mercer
  21. I first heard OF that song around 1989-1990. I first heard that song around the end of last year. I don't think Billy Joel was inspired by it when he wrote this song. He actually started with an attempt to write a rap song, then discovered he couldn't write rap songs, so he started over.
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