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What would YOUR goal song be?


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2 minutes ago, Let's Go B-Lo said:

I'd like two.

and this one.  I still play this one for my kid who is a Jr.

 

If we can have two (but no more than that), then I’ll edit my OP. Metal’s my thing as it is.

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5 minutes ago, FogBat said:

If we can have two (but no more than that), then I’ll edit my OP. Metal’s my thing as it is.

I like it too, but I want something that either has an obvious crowd participation piece or references my name. Hence.

Plus, I plan on filling it up so they're gonna play that song a lot.

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5 minutes ago, The Ghost of Yuri said:

 

1 minute ago, The Ghost of Yuri said:

If you click the share link, on the YouTube video, and copy that link… you can paste it in here and it will embed like the others you see posters doing.

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Or this:  https://youtu.be/DXAidGQUuns?t=127

20 minutes ago, Zamboni said:

 

If you click the share link, on the YouTube video, and copy that link… you can paste it in here and it will embed like the others you see posters doing.

Thanks, but I purposely posted them as links.  I have them cued up to the right spot in the song for the goal song and I want people to click them to get the effect.  I did put song names in for the link text though.

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Sergei Prokofiev, March from "The Love for Three Oranges", Opus 33, the fortissimo pickups to bar 35 to the end (about 1:15-1:35 in a normal performance).  It has a vibe like the Imperial March from "The Empire Strikes Back" but more dissonant and less tonal.

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2 minutes ago, Marvin, Sabres Fan said:

Sergei Prokofiev, March from "The Love for Three Oranges", Opus 33, the fortissimo pickups to bar 35 to the end (about 1:15-1:35 in a normal performance).  It has a vibe like the Imperial March from "The Empire Strikes Back" but more dissonant and less tonal.

Oh, you mean this? 

 

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