Dedede Around The World
  • Dedede Around The World
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AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.

Dedede’s voices for seven different versions of Kirby - Japanese, English, Mandarin Chinese, French, Italian, German, and Spanish!

(All of them except the Spanish one are the scene with him and Octakon in the first ep… Couldn’t find the first ep in Spanish so I had to go with something else!)

Vatnajökull (the sound of)
  • Vatnajökull (the sound of)
  • Katie Paterson
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Katie Paterson - A live phone–line to Vatnajökull glacier, Iceland (2007).

An underwater microphone lead into Jökulsárlón lagoon - an outlet glacial lagoon of Vatnajökull, filled with icebergs - connected to an amplifier, and a mobile-phone, which created a live phone line to the glacier. The number +44(0)7757001122 could be called from any telephone in the world, the listener put through to Vatnajökull. A white neon sign of the phone number hung in the gallery space.

  • “Seeing Voices”  (Full Leak) *TheMJQuotes Enhanced Version*
  • Written By: Sidney Fine and Michael Jackson.
  • Written and recorded in 1999
  • Apparently it was supposed to be on HIStory
  • features Ray Charles 

Seeing Voices is based on the 1989 best-seller, “Seeing Voices” written by the neurologist Oliver Sacks. The book is about the world of the deaf and sign language they use to communicate.

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Doctor Who Soundboard
“ALLONS-Y!” “EXTERMINATE!” “BOW TIES ARE COOL!” The iconic sounds from Doctor Who are now only a touch (or click) away, as BBC America launches the Doctor Who Soundboard ! Some of...

“ALLONS-Y!” “EXTERMINATE!” “BOW TIES ARE COOL!”

The iconic sounds from Doctor Who are now only a touch (or click) away, with the Doctor Who Soundboard!

VOCALS - The Show Must Go On
  • VOCALS - The Show Must Go On
  • Queen
  • Innuendo
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VOCALS - The Show Must Go On - Queen

Written by Brian May, the song shows the effort to Freddie Mercury to continue to write and sing despite the approaching end of his life. The artist was dying of AIDS-related complications. The singer was ill and could barely walk when the band recorded the song in 1990. Brian was unsure whether Mercury was physically able to sing it.

“I said, ‘Fred, I don’t know if this is going to be possible to sing.’ And he went, 'I’ll fucking do it, darling’ — vodka down — and went in and killed it, completely lacerated that vocal.

Freddie recorded it in one take, one of the most remarkable vocal interpretations of the artist in his later years.