Cool Song Parts, Part 2 (updated a lot)
My choices (see here), to be added to at whim, provided I clean my desk off first: * Breeders - Cannonball The whole song is great, but the frenzied guitar in the middle is something you anticipate with glee every time. * Led Zeppelin - Immigrant Song The whole beginning. Air guitar heaven. * Ism - I Think I Love You 80's punk remake of the Partridge Family song. The accordion solo in the middle is worth the listening to the tortured singing. * Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees But I can't help the feeling I could blow through the ceiling If I just turn and run The whole song is phenomenal, but that one part gives me chills every time * Toadies - Possum Kingdom The whole riff before the be my angel verse towards the end. * Deftones - Bored The first few minutes, from the lone, staccato guitar riff, right until the whole band kicks in. * The Clash - Radio Clash But now this sound is breakig, and want to be freeeee-eeeeeee-eeeeeeeeeee * Failure - Stuck on You I can't escape your incessant whine Just love the way he sings that line * You know where you are? You're in the jungle baby You're gonna die! The beginning to White Zombie's Thunderkiss 65, which I still maintain is the best driving song ever recorded. James - Laid Someone in the comments mentioned this, but not my particular favorite part. I like fought with kitchen knives and skewers . The way he says skewers cracks me up. More later. I have a zit on my face that looks - to me, anyhow- like a weapon of mass destruction. I'm thinking of hiring Scott Ritter to come take a look at it. Or maybe I can just call the local radio station and tell them that my zit resembles the Virgin Mary, then I can charge everyone to come stare at me. A paper bag over the head works, too. Update: This is what my zit looks like!