History Music / NellieMcKay

3rd Apr '15 8:38:12 AM NWolfman
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No relation to WinsorMcKay.

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3rd Apr '15 8:37:42 AM NWolfman
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No relation to WindsorMcKay.

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3rd Apr '15 8:37:31 AM NWolfman
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24th Jan '15 2:01:55 PM Ezclee4050
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* ''My Weekly Reader'' (2015)



* CoverAlbum: The self-explanatory ''Normal as Blueberry Pie - A Tribute to Doris Day''.

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* CoverAlbum: The self-explanatory ''Normal as Blueberry Pie - A Tribute to Doris Day''.Day'', ''My Weekly Reader'' (music from TheSixties).
27th Sep '14 5:39:23 PM TrustBen
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* LyricalDissonance: Oh, how she loves this: "Won't U Please B Nice" is a perky jazz tune where she repeatedly threatens to kill a guy if he doesn't return her affection. "Ding Dong" is a Broadway-style song about insanity and death. "I Wanna Get Married" sounds like a sweet romantic ballad, but it's actually a satire on suburban soccer moms (though WordOfGod says it's not mean-spirited and meant to be partly [[AffectionateParody affectionate]]). "Columbia is Bleeding" mixes uptempo music and catchy rapid-fire vocals in a song protesting animal testing at universities.

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* LyricalDissonance: Oh, how she loves this: "Won't U Please B Nice" is a perky jazz tune where she repeatedly threatens to kill a guy if he doesn't return her affection. "Ding Dong" is a Broadway-style song about insanity and death.death, implicitly by [[DrivenToSuicide suicide]]. "I Wanna Get Married" sounds like a sweet romantic ballad, but it's actually a satire on suburban soccer moms (though WordOfGod says it's not mean-spirited and meant to be partly [[AffectionateParody affectionate]]). "Columbia is Bleeding" mixes uptempo music and catchy rapid-fire vocals in a song protesting animal testing at universities.
27th Sep '14 2:17:02 AM Ezclee4050
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* ShoutOut: The lines about Maxine Schreck at the beginning of "Oversure" are presumably about the character from ''Film/JesusChristVampireHunter''.

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* ShoutOut: The lines about Maxine Schreck at the beginning of "Oversure" are presumably about referencing the character from ''Film/JesusChristVampireHunter''.
27th Sep '14 2:07:51 AM Ezclee4050
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* ShoutOut: The lines about Maxine Schreck at the beginning of "Oversure" are presumably about the character from ''Film/JesusChristVampireHunter''.
24th Sep '14 7:01:14 AM TrustBen
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* SpecialGuest: Cyndi Lauper on "Beecharmer", k.d. lang on "We Had It Right".

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* SongStyleShift: "There You Are in Me" from ''Pretty Little Head'' is restrained and piano driven in the verses, sounding like a quiet number from a Creator/StephenSondheim musical. In the choruses it switches to GothicMetal a la Music/{{Evanescence}}.
* SpecialGuest: Cyndi Lauper Music/CyndiLauper on "Beecharmer", k.d. lang on "We Had It Right".
16th Mar '14 11:39:33 AM Ezclee4050
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: The melody of "¡Bodega!" has more than a passing resemblance to "Home For The Holidays", of all things.
16th Mar '14 11:38:47 AM Ezclee4050
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Several songs on ''Obligatory Villagers'' feature guest vocals by Bob Dorough, who wrote and sang material for ''SchoolhouseRock'', most famously "Three is A Magic Number".
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