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    • Bodies (Drowning Pool song)

    • Bodies (Drowning Pool song)

      "Bodies" (often called "Let the Bodies Hit the Floor") is a song by the American rock band Drowning Pool and also is the lead single from their debut album Sinner. Released in May 2001, the song is Drowning Pool's signature song and has been featured in various films, TV programs, and advertisements since its release. ... Read »


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    • Dumb Ways to Die

    • Dumb Ways to Die is an Australian public service announcement campaign by Metro Trains in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, to promote rail safety. The campaign video went viral through sharing and social media starting in November 2012. On January 20, 2016, Dumb Ways To Die came to Denver, Colorado, the first time the ... Read »


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    • Ebeneezer Goode

    • Ebeneezer Goode

      "Ebeneezer Goode" is a song by British electronic music group The Shamen, which, after being heavily remixed by The Beatmasters, became their biggest hit when released as a single in August 1992. The band's original version also featured on the vinyl edition of their album Boss Drum. "Ebeneezer Goode" was one of the mo ... Read »


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    • Friday (Rebecca Black song)

    • Friday (Rebecca Black song)

      "Friday" is a song by American singer Rebecca Black, written and produced by Los Angeles record producers Clarence Jey and Patrice Wilson. It was released on March 14, 2011, by ARK Music Factory as Black's debut single. The song features a rap verse from Wilson, which was uncredited on the single. Its music video caugh ... Read »


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    • God Save the Queen (Sex Pistols song)

    • God Save the Queen (Sex Pistols song)

      "God Save the Queen" is a song by the British punk rock band the Sex Pistols. It was released as the band's second single and was later included on their only album, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. The song was released during Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee in 1977. The record's lyrics, as well as ... Read »


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    • More popular than Jesus

    • "More popular than Jesus" (or "Bigger than Jesus") was a controversial remark made by the Beatles' John Lennon in 1966. Lennon said that Christianity was in decline and that the Beatles had become more popular than Jesus. The comment drew no controversy when originally published in the United Kingdom, but angry reactio ... Read »


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    • List of alleged Natural Born Killers copycat crimes

    • Several individuals have committed crimes, allegedly influenced by the 1994 film Natural Born Killers. On March 5, 1995, Sarah Edmondson (19) and her boyfriend Benjamin James Darras (18) spent a night alone together at her family's cabin in Muskogee, Oklahoma, watching Natural Born Killers. Two days later, they le ... Read »


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    • One in a Million (Guns N' Roses song)


    • Peaches (The Stranglers song)

    • Peaches (The Stranglers song)

      "Peaches" is a song and single by The Stranglers. It was one of the big summer hits of 1977 in the UK, a close rival to The Sex Pistols' "God Save The Queen" in terms of notoriety. The track peaked at No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart. While "God Save the Queen" was notorious for its political sentiment, "Peaches" was con ... Read »


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    • Reactions to Innocence of Muslims

    • Reactions to Innocence of Muslims

      On September 13, protests occurred at the U.S. embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, resulting in the deaths of four protesters and injuries to thirty-five protesters and guards. On September 14, the U.S. consulate in Chennai was attacked, resulting in injuries to twenty-five protesters. Protesters in Tunis, Tunisia, climbed the U ... Read »


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    • Sorted for E's & Wizz


    • We Call It Acieed

    • We Call It Acieed

      "We Call It Acieed" is an acid house-influenced song from A Little Bit of This, a Little Bit of That by D Mob featuring Gary Haisman. The song ranked #1 at Dance Music/Club Play Singles and #25 at Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales in 1989. It reached number 3 in the UK Singles Chart. The song is also featured on Danc ... Read »


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