ThemeLounge #69 – Fight


Yeah, yeah, yeah, music hath charms to soothe the savage breast and all that…but hey, these are Fight songs! Feel the conflict, the tension, the fists of fury in these stellar selections from Nick Lowe, Ben Harper, James Taylor, the Dance Hall Crashers and more.

Looking ahead to the next show, we continue with this word-pairing kick we’re on, to proceed from Fight to Back! And this time we invite your suggestions for what theme should follow Back! Such excitement. So this time, send us your song suggestions for Back, as well as your theme suggestions for the following show! Send us e-mail to the address shown at right, post a comment here on the blog, or hit the “Call Me!” button at right to leave us a message!

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  Title   Artist   Album
Cat Fight Dance Hall Crashers Purr (1999)
Born Fighter Nick Lowe Labour Of Lust (1979)
The Boxer Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970)
Fighting For My Love Nil Lara Nil Lara (1995)
Still Fighting It Ben Folds Rockin’ The Suburbs (2001)
Stand And Fight James Taylor Dad Loves His Work (1981)
Don’t Fight It Kenny Loggins featuring Steve Perry High Adventure (1982)
Fight For Your Mind Ben Harper Fight For Your Mind (1995)
Gunfight The Mighty Underdogs Droppin’ Science Fiction (2008)

    64 minutes     |     59 MB

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Great show! I was unfamiliar with all but two of the songs (and that is a good thing). Not too fond of rap, but that one was pretty cool.

I think “Back” has the most songs ever for a ThemeLounge theme! I couldn’t narrow it down to less than these, and I left off all the “well, duh” ones.
Send my heart back home–Alice Peacock
Lay back down–Eric Lidell
Baby step back–Gordon Lightfoot
Come back home–Pat McGee Band
Holding back the years–Simply Red
Take back the city–Snow Patrol

Suggestion for next theme: Spin (my tennis roots are showing)

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