Thursday, November 19, 2009

Total Request Josh

[HAVE YOU VOTED FOR THIS WEEK'S MONDAY MUSE OF 2009 POLL?!]

As we all know, I like to pretend that I have tiny bitz of musical talent floating around aimlessly in mah body. As you also may know, I like to post videoz of me displaying these [fictional] skillz while operating a motor vehicle. If the NJ DMV ever see mah videoz, I bet they'd rip that license outta my wallet faster than my student loanz do to mah money!

Wellz...most timez when I post some singysong vidz, I get peepz commenting on songz that they'd like me to sing en la futuro. So I thought, "Why not let the hoz that like watching me sing growl like demonz from hell pick what I sing next?!" So comment below wiff what trax in the following genrez you'd like me to murder and it's a possibility that I might make all your wildest dreamz come truuuuuue!

Twangtastic country song...
Badunk-adunk hip-hip song...
Sunshiny pop song...
Crusty old person song...
Sparkly Broadway song...
Scary hardxxxcore rock song...

I'm your music slut! What do you want me to do?! ::wink, wink, smile, vom::

29 comments:

Dave2 said...

Sunshiny Pop Song. Always.

Preferably from a classic 80's pop artist or group...

:-)

that's J-O-S-H said...

Any suggestionz??!?!?!?!??! And not Wham! PREDICT.ABLE.

Michelle M. said...

Off the top of my head "Bohemian Like you" by The Dandy Warhols. It's got Woo hoos in it. And I think it would fit your voice nicely.

I'll have to give this some more thought.

Craig said...

Barbie Girl by Aqua!

Polt said...

"Animal" by Nine Inch Nails. That possibly fits into the Scary hardxxxcore rock song.

"Take Me Out Tonight" from Rent. That obvs the Sparkly Broadway song.

Crusty Old person song..gotta be "Danke Schoen" by Wayne Newton. :)

I don't know any of the other genres. Regardless, this oughta be fun...

HUGS...

Tam said...

Somewhere Over the Rainblow by ... anyone realy. The original or any various remakes.

Welcome to Wherever You Are by Ten Second Epic.

From my daughter: Heels over Head by Boys Like Girls.

that's J-O-S-H said...

Polt...it's just called "Out Tonight." But good suggestion!

john said...

Twangtastic country song: Dunno, "Thank God I'm A Country Boy"?

Badunk-adunk hip-hip song: "One Minute Man" Missy Elliot

Sunshiny pop song: Definitely Aqua, but I'm thinking "Happy Boys & Girls"

Crusty old person song: "Daniel" Elton John.

Sparkly Broadway song: "Roxie" from Chicago, she wants to be a star too. Or "Bring on the Men" from Jekyll & Hyde. Either seems appropriate.

Scary hardxxxcore rock song: "Rock You Like A Hurricane" The Scorpions, thought I like Polt's suggestion of "Animal"

Craig said...

Oh geez. Maybe I should read the whole post before commenting. Stupid Craig.

Twangtastic country song: Before He Cheats by Carrie Underwood

Badunk-adunk hip-hip song: Mama's Gonna Knock You Out by LL Cool J

Sunshiny pop song: Barbie Girl by Aqua

Crusty old person song: Falling In Love With You by Elvis

Sparkly Broadway song: Be Our Guest by whatever the Candlestick's name was (okay, it's Disney, but also Broadway! sue me)

Scary hardxxxcore rock song: Paradise City by Guns and Roses

Christina said...

im going to totally disregard your categories and just make a list:
Fast Car (Tracy Chapman)
Regerishionishes
Jesus take the Wheel
Extraordinary Machine - Fiona
Imogen Heap (Goodnight and go OR Hide and seek)

I think any of those will do.

Polt said...

Craig may be stupid, but Mama Said Knock You Out is an AWESOME choice! I formally make that my Badunk-adunk hip hop selection as well!

HUGS...

verf word: smorr; contraction for the phrase "Do you want some more?"

"hey, josh, you got enough songs to choose from, or do you want smorr?"

Ryan said...

Never Be Lonely ~ The Feeling
What is Happening ~ Alphabeat
Groovy Underwear ~ Pansy Division
Proud ~ Heather Small

Melody, Destroyer of Dreams said...

DREDG-"JAMAIS VU" *if you do not do this one I will personally see to your demise even if you are like my favorite person everz...and you know its fun to sing!

BEATLES-"ELLEANORE RIGBY"

TOOL-"SOBER

MAROON 5-"THIS LOVE" (for old time's sake)

hoteltuesday said...

Twangtastic country song = "Love Me Like That" by M. Branch and S. Crow OR "Tennessee" (but only if we do a duet and I play guitar and you play piano!)

Badunk-adunk hip-hip song =
"I'm Hot" by Rhonetta

Sunshiny pop song = "Steal My Sunshine" by Len

Crusty old person song = "Papa Don't Preach" by Madonna

Sparkly Broadway song = "One Rock and Roll Too Many" by Syesha Mercado and the Dreams

Scary hardxxxcore rock song = "You Oughta Know" by Britney Spears

Mel said...

I wasn't sure I could come up with something for every genre, but I did!

Twangtastic country song..."Caleb Meyer" by Gillian Welch, srsly
Badunk-adunk hip-hip song... "Get Your Freak On" by Missy Elliot
Sunshiny pop song..."Close to You" by the Carpenters
Crusty old person song..."Copa Cabana" by Barry Manilow
Sparkly Broadway song..."I Could Have Danced All Night" from My Fair Lady
Scary hardxxxcore rock song...Anything by Peaches

Laurie said...

J-O-S-H, was messing with my playlist today and decided to make temporary one just for you!

Go to my blog and check it out in the left sidebar ...you can't miss it.

Hope you don't hate it!

PS--which of your's is "Lindsay's Waxy" post??? COOL ....this word is "cloonsio"

Michelle M. said...

Twang: I Was Only Telling a Lie" James Taylor. Not sure it's bona fide country, but it's twangy "there ain't no need to act like I shot your dog" seems pretty country to me.

Badunk: "The Way I Are" Timbaland with Keri Hilson

Sunshiny: "Afternoon Delight" Starland Vocal Band

Crusty: "This Masquerade" George Benson - I think you would nail this.

Sparkly: "Part of Your World" The Little Mermaid

Scary hardxxxcore rock song: "It's a Sunshine Day" The Brady Bunch

I also think you would rock "Heartbreaker" by Pat Benatar.

David said...

Let's see what I can come up with...

Country: "Home" by Daughtry (does that qualifies as country?)

Hip-Hop: "Dick in a Box" by Andy Samberg and Justin Timberlake

Pop song: "I Like You" by the Moog

Song That I Like (aka old and crusty): "Killer Queen" by Queen

Broadway!!!!!: "The Bitch of Living" from Spring Awakening

Rock Song: "Paranoid Freak" by The Trews

Jere Keys said...

You really ought to sing "Fame" from Fame.

And "Not Getting Married Today" from Company.

I don't care about the other genres.

Milo said...

Jolene - Dolly Parton

Llorando - Rebekah del Rio

Anything by Madonna from the 1980s.

that's J-O-S-H said...

Yay! I lurrrve dis. I know some of this songs and the otherz I will frrrealz check out!

Any more suggestionz out there?

Tam said...

I think you should do It's Raining Men by the Weather Girls. Look at these ladies, they could be in the running for a Monday Muse spot.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Weather_Girls_Raining_Men.jpg

Or Singing in the Rain by Gene Kelly but I wanna see dancing with that one and it won't work with your iconic car singing act. Maybe you could do it in the shower? I'm sure others would be VERY interested in that. :-D

Polt said...

A lot of people do their best singing in the shower.

Just sayin... :)

HUGS....

vuboq said...

I think anything by the fab Patsy Cline would be awesome. Maybe "A Poor Man's Roses" or "Walkin' (After Midnight)" ...

How 'bout that new Shakira song? What's it called? "She-Wolf?"

And for Broadway ... something from "Into the Woods"

that's J-O-S-H said...

VUBOQ: Been there & done dat!

vuboq said...

oops. i am old and senile.

BOSSY said...

Lorrrrrrrday, it would have to be Bjork, wouldn't it?

Chris D. said...

Sorry for the late submission, but I couldn't pass up this opportunity. :) Some of these songs I like (or liked). Some just seem to fit the category. Some may not be an exact fit, but I wanted to submit them anyway.

Twangtastic:
Jolene - Dolly Parton
Badunk-adunk hip-hip:
-No Idea-
Sunshiny pop song:
MMMBop - Hanson
Crusty old person:
Christmas In Killarney - Bing Crosby
Sparkly Broadway:
Origin of Love - Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Scary hardxxxcore:
River Runs Red - Life Of Agony

Ryan said...

Unwritten - Natasha Bedingfield