History Main / AudienceParticipationSong

23rd Sep '17 12:24:44 PM nombretomado
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* The [[CutSong cut intermission song]] AvenueQ song "Time" has Nicky ask the audience to drown out the complaning crowd in the bathroom by singing along to the last verse.

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* The [[CutSong cut intermission song]] AvenueQ ''Theatre/AvenueQ'' song "Time" has Nicky ask the audience to drown out the complaning complaining crowd in the bathroom by singing along to the last verse.
19th Sep '17 12:19:35 AM Carbon075
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*Music/NineInchNails song "Piggy" frequently has this happen, as lead singer Trent Reznor invites the audience to start singing the song with him, most notibly the phrase "Nothing can stop me now", as it's repeated a lot in the song, and other Nine Inch Nails songs, to the point it has become ArcWords within the band's music.
17th Sep '17 8:51:23 PM PaulA
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* Subverted by Music/TomLehrer in his introduction to "[[http://members.aol.com/quentncree/lehrer/irish.htm The Irish Ballad]]":
-->Oh - one more thing. One of the more important aspects of public folk singing is audience participation, and this happens to be a good song for group singing. So if any of you feel like joining in with me on this song, I'd appreciate it if you would leave - ''right now''.

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* Subverted by Music/TomLehrer in his introduction to "[[http://members.aol.com/quentncree/lehrer/irish.htm The "The Irish Ballad]]":
-->Oh -
Ballad" on the live album ''Music/TomLehrerRevisited'':
-->''Oh --
one more thing. One of the more important aspects of public folk singing is audience participation, and this happens to be a good song for group singing. So if any of you feel like joining in with me on this song, I'd appreciate it if you would leave - ''right now''.-- '''right now'''.''
21st Aug '17 12:07:03 AM bwehehehe
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** Performances of their so-called national anthem "Wanted Dead or Alive" from 2001 onwards have the audience take over the vocals in the first verse. And don't forget "Livin' On A Prayer;" try finding someone who doesn't sing along to it the moment Jon Bon Jovi starts the acapella intro.
30th Jun '17 9:18:14 AM Andyroid
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* Strong Bad's live remix of "Everybody to the Limit" on the ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' CD Music/StrongBadSingsAndOtherTypeHits includes two parts like this.

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* Strong Bad's live remix of "Everybody to the Limit" on the ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' CD Music/StrongBadSingsAndOtherTypeHits ''Music/StrongBadSingsAndOtherTypeHits'' includes two parts like this.this; the first has him instruct the audience to sing "Come on, Fhqwhgads! I say come on, Fhqwhgads!" loud enough "the people in East Reykjavik" can hear them, then near the end he does some [[CallAndResponseSong call-and-response]].
-->'''Strong Bad:''' Somebody say "Trogdor!"\\
'''Audience:''' Trogdor!\\
'''Strong Bad:''' Say "Burninate!"\\
'''Audience:''' Burninate!\\
'''Strong Bad:''' The Cheat is overwhelmed!\\
'''Audience:''' The Cheat is overwhelmed!
29th May '17 7:43:36 AM Origin
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** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNV9gv0NmzU&t=172s first such bellow-along moment]] in "Knights of Cydonia" doesn't even ''need'' lyrics!
29th May '17 5:23:42 AM Origin
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** The audience singing the chorus to "Midlife Crisis" became a staple of their reunion tour.

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** The audience singing the chorus to "Midlife Crisis" (You're perfect! Yes, it's true! But, without ''meeeeee'', you're only you!) became a staple of their reunion tour.
29th May '17 5:12:19 AM Origin
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* Music/JoeSatriani [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzNV-9mhVL0&feature=related Crowd Chant]]

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* Music/JoeSatriani [[http://www.[[Music/JoeSatriani Joe Satriani's]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzNV-9mhVL0&feature=related com/watch?v=PcfuyGS5onQ Crowd Chant]]Chant]]. Satch's riffs (and other assorted tricks) during the "verses" are deliberately structured with gaps of equal length to allow an audience to recite them with their collective voices to the point where it's a flat-out requirement.
21st May '17 9:41:30 AM nombretomado
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** Don't forget "Waitin' On A Sunny Day"; when the audience on VH1's ''Storytellers'' wasn't singing along with the chorus, he admonished them by saying in a good-natured voice, "Well, you know what these songs are for! Come on you bastards, earn your keep!" They started clapping and singing immediately. He briefly discussed this trope during the same show, saying that one of his main reasons for writing these types of pop songs is so he can hear the audience sing them back at concerts.

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** Don't forget "Waitin' On A Sunny Day"; when the audience on VH1's Creator/VH1's ''Storytellers'' wasn't singing along with the chorus, he admonished them by saying in a good-natured voice, "Well, you know what these songs are for! Come on you bastards, earn your keep!" They started clapping and singing immediately. He briefly discussed this trope during the same show, saying that one of his main reasons for writing these types of pop songs is so he can hear the audience sing them back at concerts.
15th Apr '17 6:12:04 PM nombretomado
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* Taken to it's logical extreme by SoundHorizon's "The Glory Kingdom", a live-only song that's sung ''entirely'' by the audience at the end of each concert.

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* Taken to it's logical extreme by SoundHorizon's Music/SoundHorizon's "The Glory Kingdom", a live-only song that's sung ''entirely'' by the audience at the end of each concert.
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