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    Smells Like Teen Spirit

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    is highly unique in each case.” NME cited other songs which was included in the top 50 list. “Imagine” by John Lennon landed on the second spot, while “One” of U2 came in third. “Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson is on number four and Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” completed the top five. Other tunes that made it on the rank are Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child Of Mine,” Oasis’ “Live Forever” and the two of the breakthrough hits of Radiohead’s “Creep” and “My Generation” of The Who. Meanwhile, NME also…

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    verses? What about “Wake Up” by Arcade Fire? We generally think of songs like these as having a “normal” song structure. In fact, very few pop songs go against this grain, with most of the few examples of this not actually being pop songs. “Bohemian Rhapsody,” by Queen, “Stairway to Heaven,” by Led Zeppelin, and “Wish you Were Here,” by Pink Floyd, are just a few examples of this. Why is this the case? It’s pretty simple. More repetitive songs have more potential to be popular. What does…

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    Queen Queen is a band that not many people really know about, but everybody has heard of. Many people have heard of some of their most famous hits which is mostly played at sports games. Queen was famous in the seventies, eighties, and nineties. Queen is known for always putting on a show when they performed in concert for their fans. “The epitome of pomp-rock in the seventies and Eighties, Queen rocked radio and sports stadiums alike with booming, highly produced anthems like ‘We Are the…

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    When I was young, nothing made me happier than my parents surprising me with tickets to a Badger game. It didn’t matter if it was football, basketball, or hockey, I was excited to see the Badgers win, and hear the band celebrate with them. One of my favorite memories is from High School Band Day in 2014. I got rejected to homecoming on the bus there, but once I got in the stadium and saw the marching band rehearsing, my sorrows vanished for good. I couldn’t believe that I got to play during half…

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    The three ads, Dew or Die, Mock Opera, and Showstopper, although incomplete show great potential to be effective. Because the market is quite young for this soft drink, the ads need to be personable and connected to our millenial times. With the great stress of social media, messages can be spread to millions in seconds. This can be both a good thing and a bad thing. If the message isn’t perfectly clear, a company can suffer greatly from its poor actions. However, if the message is precise and…

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    When Against Me Analysis

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    70. Against Me! - Thrash Unreal When Against Me! released Thrash Unreal in 2007, nobody could’ve guessed that Laura Jane Grace, then known as a 26 years-old Tom Gabel, could ever identify so much with the 40-something woman who lives her nightlife as if she just started college. Perhaps, through the age-gap malaise and shame from her mother, the key phrase comes in at the very end of the track,. After Against Me! most sing-along worthy chorus (and coming from that band, it’s saying a lot),…

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    In the middle of lake superior, there is an idyllic island, 45 miles long and 9 miles wide. It has untouched lakes, thousands of moose, and a dwindling population of wolves. I have been there 2 times, and both times it was an experience I will never forget. This is Isle Royale, the least visited national park in the contiguous US, and the largest island in lake superior. I have hiked over 100 miles on the island, but there are 12 that stand out as the most physically challenging day of my life.…

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    Mockingbirds sing beautiful songs for us and do nothing wrong, so why kill them. The book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee there are many people who represent mockingbirds. Throughout the book, we see the world from the point of view of the main character Scout but we can also see the events through others eyes. This makes it so that we can understand why people do things they do. The book tells us that you never understand someone before you stand in their shoes and look through their eyes.…

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    Music Video Analysis

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    Introduction: My report will include a timeline detailing the development of music videos, a full explanation of the different purposes of music video, a brief overview of the accepted styles and conventions within music videos and I will also examine 3 very different music videos with a comprehensive explanation on each. Timeline of music videos: In 1894, the first example of illustrated songs were made, 'Little Lost Child' was created by Edward B. Marks and Joseph W. Stern. The sheet music…

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    mentioned, the Judas Priest song, and imagine how it would sound if all instruments and the vocals were following the same notes and rhythm. It should sound very different for the most part. Some songs interpret this into their music. Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” incorporates it phenomenally into one part of their song in which, “Thunder bolts and lightning very very frightening me” (Mercury, F. and Queen, 1975) is sung with instruments following the vocals precisely. While great in its own…

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