History Main / ExhortTheDiscJockeySong

16th Nov '16 5:32:54 PM nombretomado
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* PlayedForLaughs in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUvhAPs38RA "DJ Play My Song (No Leave Me Alone)"]] by TheGregoryBrothers, in which the DJ keeps trying to explain that he doesn't take requests and the music is already as loud as it will go.

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* PlayedForLaughs in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUvhAPs38RA "DJ Play My Song (No Leave Me Alone)"]] by TheGregoryBrothers, [[WebVideo/AutoTuneTheNews The Gregory Brothers]], in which the DJ keeps trying to explain that he doesn't take requests and the music is already as loud as it will go.
9th Mar '16 1:32:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Evacuate the Dance Floor" by Cascada.

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* "Evacuate the Dance Floor" by Cascada.Music/{{Cascada}}.



* "[[LongTitle Send My Love to the Dancefloor, I'll See You In Hell (Hey Mr. DJ)]]" by CobraStarship.

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* "[[LongTitle Send My Love to the Dancefloor, I'll See You In Hell (Hey Mr. DJ)]]" by CobraStarship.Music/CobraStarship.
6th Jan '16 10:26:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheDingees' "Who Stole the Soul in Rock N Roll?" encourages listeners to "Hang the DJ, have no fear," and asserts that "It's quitting time for modern rock radio."

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* TheDingees' Music/TheDingees' "Who Stole the Soul in Rock N Roll?" encourages listeners to "Hang the DJ, have no fear," and asserts that "It's quitting time for modern rock radio."
29th Dec '15 7:40:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Mr. DJ" by the Charlie Daniels Band, where he name-checks Music/WillieNelson, HankWilliamsJr, the Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Skaggs, Music/{{Alabama}}, Music/GeorgeJones, and Mickey Gilley.

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* "Mr. DJ" by the Charlie Daniels Band, where he name-checks Music/WillieNelson, HankWilliamsJr, Music/HankWilliamsJr, the Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Skaggs, Music/{{Alabama}}, Music/GeorgeJones, and Mickey Gilley.
29th Dec '15 7:11:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Mr. DJ" by the Charlie Daniels Band, where he name-checks Music/WillieNelson, HankWilliamsJr, the Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Skaggs, {{Alabama}}, GeorgeJones, and Mickey Gilley.

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* "Mr. DJ" by the Charlie Daniels Band, where he name-checks Music/WillieNelson, HankWilliamsJr, the Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Skaggs, {{Alabama}}, GeorgeJones, Music/{{Alabama}}, Music/GeorgeJones, and Mickey Gilley.
27th Aug '15 8:56:30 PM Adept
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* "We R Who We R" by {{Kesha}}.

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* "We R Who We R" by {{Kesha}}.Music/{{Kesha}}.
3rd Jul '15 5:40:46 AM Ingonyama
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* Downplayed and wistful in Charlie Dore's "Pilot of the Airwaves", where the singer tells the eponymous DJ, "Here is my request, you don't have to play it but I hope you'll do your best..."
10th Jun '15 2:50:09 AM Sheora
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* Heavily subverted by Music/TheSmiths in the song "Panic", the chorus of which is the catchy refrain "Hang the DJ, hang the DJ, hang the DJ, hang the DJ..." etc.

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* Heavily subverted Subverted by Music/TheSmiths in the song "Panic", the chorus of which is the catchy refrain "Hang the DJ, hang the DJ, hang the DJ, hang the DJ..." etc.
27th Mar '15 5:28:52 PM fairyfeller
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People like going out to clubs and bars, and when there, they like to listen to music and dance. Sometimes, however, the DJ just won't play the music loud enough. And sometimes, he won't play ''any music at all.'' Fortunately, songwriters don't deal with this frustration by complaining to the club manager and asking for the DJ's head on a platter. No, musicians know the best way to handle the situation is to write a song demanding the DJ play some music. At their most presumptuous, the musician might even demand the DJ play his or her music.

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People like going out to clubs and bars, and when there, they like to listen to music and dance. Sometimes, however, the DJ just won't play the music loud enough. And sometimes, he they won't play ''any music at all.'' Fortunately, songwriters don't deal with this frustration by complaining to the club manager and asking for the DJ's head on a platter. No, musicians know the best way to handle the situation is to write a song demanding the DJ play some music. At their most presumptuous, the musician might even demand the DJ play his or her their music.
11th Jan '15 12:00:52 PM LongLiveHumour
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