Sasuke- The bastard is arrogant, believes he is unbeatable because he is an Uchiha and has MT. Everest shoved up his ass and that he deserves everything the fucker will never be hokage nor accepted back. Always expect to see Sasuke bashing in my fics.
Here is a list of known classical, pop & rock music used in episodes of Family Guy , both pre-recorded and sung by the cast as Musical Numbers . Original & parody songs do not count . Television and movie themes won't be counted in most cases. Songs sung by characters in the show are usually credited to the most widely known performance or performer. Classical & show tunes are credited to their composers. Discussions should be directed to the talk page.
totally agree with you Paul. I hate seeing those comments too. when a set is released I have been waiting for (deluxe reissue etc) I’m happy to have it REGARDLESS OF THE PRICE. and I’d quite happy pay double the asking price … to have 80’s b-sides/12″ mixes finally all on cd = priceless (and something years back – when you were buying the original vinyl – you never could have dreamed of)
The pastor of our church began his sermon with this
"I was on a plane last week, from Chicago to California, when we ran into some very severe turbulence.
As it got worse, the passengers became more and more alarmed, and even the flight attendants began to look concerned. Finally, one of them noticed that I had 'Rev.' in front of my name on the passenger list, came over to me, and said, 'Sir, this is really frightening. Do you suppose you could, I don't know...do something religious?'"
"So I took up a collection."
Reuniting permanently with Cindy, the B-52s wrote and recorded two new tracks that fit perfectly into Time Capsule , a 1998 stellar collection of hits. The first single from the Best Of collection, "Debbie" is a metaphorical tribute to band friend and supporter Debbie Harry and the whole CBGB's scene of the late '70s.
In April 1980, as with their first album, The B-52's traveled to Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas to record the follow-up. Several of the songs from the album had been concert staples since 1978; the band consciously did not record them for their first album because they had too many tracks and wanted a strong second album, knowing that performing the tracks live would make fans look forward to it. Rhett Davies co-produced the album, with more emphasis put on slick production; the album has a slightly more psychedelic and even paranoid sound than that of their debut.