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If you're like me, you change favourite songs per week - whether they're just stuck in your head, or a new discovery!

So, what's your favourite song of this week? Here's mine:

Artist: Rhydian Roberts, a finalist of the X Factor 2007 competition in Britain. (In my honest opinion, he should have won. That voice is amazing.)
Song: Bridge Over Troubled Water
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Other notes?: I haven't heard the original of this song (or I have, but it was a long time ago) but I heard this version and thought it was lovely <3
Artist: Jonathan Coulton
Song: I Feel Fantastic
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Other notes?: "Thing a Week" is the name that Coulton gave to a creative experiment which ran from 16 September 2005 to 30 September 2006. In this project, Coulton undertook to record 52 musical pieces in the course of a year, one each week. This target was mostly achieved, missing only a few weeks. The objectives were: (a) to push the artist's creative envelope by adopting what Coulton describes as a "forced-march approach to writing and recording"; (b) to prove to himself that he was capable of producing creative output to a deadline; and © to test the viability of the internet and Creative Commons as a platform capable of supporting a professional artist financially. Early indications are that the experiment succeeded in generating a large number of high quality songs, boosting sales of music downloads, expanding Coulton's public presence and enlarging his fan base. The success of the financial objective is more difficult to judge, but Coulton was quoted in a September 2006 interview as stating that "in some parts of the country, I’d be making a decent living"
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"I will do anything for love" By meatloaf. I'm a big fan of Meatloaf anyway, but I've had this song in my head all day.
I LOVE THAT SONG. Dude the first thing I do if I ever go to England is look you and momo up for a Kariokie night.
Song: Live version of the "Getter Robo" theme
Artist: HEATS
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Notes: Wow....sorry for the video, but its the only version of the song on youtube I could find o.O The lead singer seriously scares the crap out of me....its like a Japanese Bon Jovi on crack with a bad toupee o.O

But yeah, this song makes me want to beat the crap out of stuff XD
chaitea Wrote:Artist: Jonathan Coulton
Song: I Feel Fantastic
That song is absolute WIN. It's one of the theme songs of my life.

Let's see... right now I'd have to say my favourite song of the week is Winterborn, by the Cruxshadows (<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=SVNjx4k8mWk">http://youtube.com/watch?v=SVNjx4k8mWk</a><!-- m -->) It's such a strangely beautiful song, and if you've ever been to one of the concerts, the lead singer gives off this crazy ethereal energy. It's completely awesome and I love him <!-- sBig Grin --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt=":D" title="Very Happy" /><!-- sBig Grin -->
"Science Fiction/Double Feature." Its all I can be bothered to sing right now. o.O
Song: "Dig Up Her Bones"
Artist: The Misfits
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Notes: "American Psycho" is an awesome album and this song is one of my favs off of it <!-- sBig Grin --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt=":D" title="Very Happy" /><!-- sBig Grin -->.

Ah...beefy goth boys in corpse paint, tight leather pants, and no shirts...what more could you desire out of life?
Dani California by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Deros Wrote:Dani California by Red Hot Chili Peppers

That's one of my favorite songs, ever. Not just for the week. XD

Right now, I love "Blank File" by Sonata Arctica.

Oooh, and "When the Lights Are Down" by Kamelot.
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