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Then and Now
A lot of 'modern' music is actually dusting off old music, twisting and tweaking it to put a modern spin on it.

I have a minor fascination with music of this kind, and I am asking you all to assist me.

Please to post a song that came out decades before and is now redone with a new twist.

To get you started:


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[SIZE=4]I told you I had the body of a 25 year old....

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Shhhhhhhh..... Not so loud .
I love it when the grandkids look shocked as I sing along , word by word. :biggrin:

The Police - Every Breath You Take

Puff Daddy/Faith Evans/112 - I'll Be Missing You

911 More Than A Woman


Last Kiss - Pearl Jam

J Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers - Last Kiss

More, More More - Andrea True Connection

Bananarama - More More More

Pseudo Echo - Funky Town

Lipps Inc. - Funky Town

The Communards - Don't Leave Me This Way

Thelma Houston Don't Leave Me This Way

I love this song


Then: Tears for Fears MAD WORLD

Now: Adam Lambert MAD WORLD

THEN...Rose Royce..Wishing on a Star THE BEST VERSION BY FAR!

NOW...Beyonce...GAG (cant stand this woman or her voice)

Ted Mulry Gang - Jump In My Car (1976)

David Hasselhoff - Jump In My Car

You spin me round by flo'rida, starlight by Alexandra Burke uses Chaka khans, Ain't Nobody as a sample, nothing is new in music now, everything is a bit tweaked to make it sound new and revolutionary lol

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