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Choosing the :banana028: Not because I feel it represent me....but just because I really want to know what that banana is doing to that poor cow!! :blink:

 

In life, sometimes you're the cow, sometimes you're the banana.....

 

 

:10_small16: <---and sometimes the turtle!

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:banana028: <---and sometimes the turtle!

 

 

and sometimes the "Saturday Night Banana"------> :blink:

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:( did someone say saturday nite?

 

 

LOL....it's Disco Fever Banana!

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LOL....it's Disco Fever Banana!

 

 

great.

 

Donna Summer is in my head and wont get out.

 

AND

 

im huffing Cougar.

 

If I start dancing, its gonna be saturday nite TONIGHT

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Donna Summer is in my head and wont get out.

:(

I actually love her 70s Casablanca-era stuff, but what's funny is I recently got into with someone regarding "I Feel Love" and the original source of the all-electronic track. Long story, but I just had to have a chuckle at the congruence of this.

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I actually love her 70s Casablanca-era stuff, but what's funny is I recently got into with someone regarding "I Feel Love" and the original source of the all-electronic track. Long story, but I just had to have a chuckle at the congruence of this.

 

 

its synchro-mystic !

 

I have "I feel Love" on my PC lol,

Im rarely in the mood to go dancing but *if* I do, I love disco and (this is SICK) but I LOVE when rock bands cover disco and funk it all up.

Its like they are trying to make it a joke and it comes out sounding f*ing great.

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I agree, it's really great when the two merge.

 

One of the interesting coincidences (which was only a matter of the Fortein "Steam Engine Time" theory) occurred in 1976 when both Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin wrote songs in the style of The Funky Meters, a band they both admired. And both songs are definitely a case of a hard rock band trying to get funky, and they do, but in a very distinctive way. And those songs likely influenced the next generation to attempt hybrids of their own.

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