Nelly – “Country Grammar“/Avril Lavigne – “Complicated“ These are two of the greatest drunken singalongs of our era, but you don’t benefit from hearing both at the same time any more than you would from mixing, say, Zima and Hpnotiq.
Nelly’s melodic flow means he can’t be dropped willy-nilly into any rock song with a similar tempo and still sound OK.
Every mashup that’s available will either induce gagging or conjure pleasant feelings of nostalgia, depending on your disposition (most may lead to both).
Below, we’ve collected a few of the most garish and uncomfortable combinations we’ve found after a few rounds playing DJ.
I'm a thousand miles away But girl tonight you look so pretty Yes you do Time Square can't shine as bright as you I swear it's true Hey there Delilah Don't you worry about the...
For over a decade, Plain White T's have been playing to packed audiences craving for that perfect pop-punk punch.One minute you're listening to "Rubber Soul" on your i Pod the next you're a Song of the Year nominee at the Grammys and Ringo Starr is saying hi to you. Yet staying real is precisely what the Plain White T's are all about.So on their new Hollywood/Fearless CD, Big Bad World, they passed on the digital bells or whistles.Instead, producer Johnny K pressed the ‘record' button and the band simply played its heart out. Says singer/songwriter Tom Higgenson, "We tried to be really ambitious and not worry about people's expectations for this record.Our vision was to do it in a classic way." To that end, the band only used gear or instruments made before 1970: vintage guitars, old Vox amps and Leslie speakers, a Ludwig drum set circa 1966.One minute you're sweating your ass off on stage in some dive.