History NoodleIncident / Music

21st Jun '16 8:56:50 PM isaacandalfie
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* In the original 1968 album release of [[Music/TheWho The Who's]] RockOpera ''[[Music/Tommy Tommy]]'' the incident that traumatized Tommy into not hearing, seeing or speaking is never explained and left purposely ambiguous. Of course, in TheMovie and TheMusical versions, the event is elaborated on as Mrs. Walker's lover killing Tommy's father (or vice versa, respectively).

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* In the original 1968 album release of [[Music/TheWho The Who's]] RockOpera ''[[Music/Tommy Tommy]]'' ''Music/{{Tommy}}'' the incident that traumatized Tommy into not hearing, seeing or speaking is never explained and left purposely ambiguous. Of course, in TheMovie and TheMusical versions, the event is elaborated on as Mrs. Walker's lover killing Tommy's father (or vice versa, respectively).
21st Jun '16 8:55:49 PM isaacandalfie
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* In the original 1968 album release of [[Music/TheWho The Who's]] ''Music/Tommy'' the incident that traumatized Tommy into not hearing, seeing or speaking is never explained and left purposely ambiguous. Of course, in TheMovie and TheMusical versions, the event is elaborated on as Mrs. Walker's lover killing Tommy's father (or vice versa, respectively).

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* In the original 1968 album release of [[Music/TheWho The Who's]] ''Music/Tommy'' RockOpera ''[[Music/Tommy Tommy]]'' the incident that traumatized Tommy into not hearing, seeing or speaking is never explained and left purposely ambiguous. Of course, in TheMovie and TheMusical versions, the event is elaborated on as Mrs. Walker's lover killing Tommy's father (or vice versa, respectively).
21st Jun '16 8:54:32 PM isaacandalfie
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* In the original 1968 album release of [[Music/TheWho The Who's]] ''Music/Tommy'' the incident that traumatized Tommy into not hearing, seeing or speaking is never explained and left purposely ambiguous. Of course, in TheMovie and TheMusical versions, the event is elaborated on as Mrs. Walker's lover killing Tommy's father (or vice versa, respectively).
20th Jun '16 11:32:25 AM gewunomox
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* The origin of Music/{{Maroon5}}'s name, which according to most reports is "a secret known only to the 5 of them and BillyJoel" (though the OtherWiki hints it to be a girl the band members had a "[[ReverseHarem collective crush]]" on).

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* The origin of Music/{{Maroon5}}'s name, which according to most reports is "a secret known only to the 5 of them and BillyJoel" Music/BillyJoel" (though the OtherWiki Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} hints it to be a girl the band members had a "[[ReverseHarem collective crush]]" on).



* In PaulSimon's "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard," "what the mama saw / it was against the law," but what she saw is never specified. [[http://bit.ly/am2h9B Asked in an interview]], Simon replied, "I have no idea what it is. [...] Something sexual is what I imagine, but when I say 'something,' I never bothered to figure out what it was. Didn't make any difference to me."

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* In PaulSimon's Music/PaulSimon's "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard," "what the mama saw / it was against the law," but what she saw is never specified. [[http://bit.ly/am2h9B Asked in an interview]], Simon replied, "I have no idea what it is. [...] Something sexual is what I imagine, but when I say 'something,' I never bothered to figure out what it was. Didn't make any difference to me."
8th Nov '15 3:26:16 PM hamza678
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* The song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZ5gKH-V-LM "Such Horrible Things"]] by CreatureFeature explains the evil deeds committed by a person throughout his years. (Ex. "When I was two I poured super glue into my father's hair..." It skips ages by two until it reaches 18) The [[http://www.sweetslyrics.com/460305.Creature%20Feature%20-%20Such%20Horrible%20Things%20Lyrics.html lyrics]] refer to a noodle incident at age 14: "When I was fourteen--nothing much happened. Well, heh heh, ''there was that one time''..."

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* The song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZ5gKH-V-LM "Such Horrible Things"]] by CreatureFeature Music/CreatureFeature explains the evil deeds committed by a person throughout his years. (Ex. "When I was two I poured super glue into my father's hair..." It skips ages by two until it reaches 18) The [[http://www.sweetslyrics.com/460305.Creature%20Feature%20-%20Such%20Horrible%20Things%20Lyrics.html lyrics]] refer to a noodle incident at age 14: "When I was fourteen--nothing much happened. Well, heh heh, ''there was that one time''..."
7th Nov '15 3:24:29 PM WillBGood
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** Might also be a piss-take about many people's interpretation of "Puff the Magic Dragon"...
7th Nov '15 3:15:38 PM WillBGood
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* "Ode to Billie Joe" by Bobbie Gentry - we know Billie Joe and his girlfriend "were throwin' something off the Tallahatchee Bridge," but we never learn what it was (Gentry has said in interviews that she had nothing in particular in mind - that simply isn't the point of the song).* [[http://tvskyle.bandcamp.com/track/babaganoush-acoustic "Babaganoush"]] by TV's Kyle describes a man against whom several people commit various acts; the only explanation they give is the title.

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* "Ode to Billie Joe" by Bobbie Gentry - we know Billie Joe and his girlfriend "were throwin' something off the Tallahatchee Bridge," but we never learn what it was (Gentry has said in interviews that she had nothing in particular in mind - that simply isn't the point of the song).song).
* [[http://tvskyle.bandcamp.com/track/babaganoush-acoustic "Babaganoush"]] by TV's Kyle describes a man against whom several people commit various acts; the only explanation they give is the title.
2nd Nov '14 5:01:22 PM Tdarcos
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-->I could really get on that scene\\
I think I could I could say somethin'\\
If you know what I mean\\
But if I really say it\\
The radio won't play it\\
Unless I lay it between the lines.

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-->I dig rock and roll music
-->I could really get on that scene\\
I
scene
-->I
think I could I could say somethin'\\
If
somethin'
-->If
you know what I mean\\
But
mean
-->But
if I really say it\\
The
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-->The
radio won't play it\\
Unless
it
-->Unless
I lay it between the lines.
2nd Nov '14 4:59:37 PM Tdarcos
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* [[http://tvskyle.bandcamp.com/track/babaganoush-acoustic "Babaganoush"]] by TV's Kyle describes a man against whom several people commit various acts; the only explanation they give is the title.

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* The card game that Music/{{Aborted}} released as a preorder bonus for ''The Necrotic Manifesto'' made reference to Ken Bedene and his run-in with a tow truck. The only other thing that the card confirmed was that he made the mistake of parking the van in a tow zone; the rest of the incident isn't clearly stated, and when Sven encouraged Ken to elaborate in an interview, Ken steadfastly refused on the grounds that he didn't want to "look like a dumbass in a fuckin' interview".
* "Ode to Billie Joe" by Bobbie Gentry - we know Billie Joe and his girlfriend "were throwin' something off the Tallahatchee Bridge," but we never learn what it was (Gentry has said in interviews that she had nothing in particular in mind - that simply isn't the point of the song).
* [[http://tvskyle.bandcamp.com/track/babaganoush-acoustic "Babaganoush"]] by TV's Kyle describes a man against whom several people commit various acts; the only explanation they give is the title.



* PeterPaulAndMary's ''I Dig Rock and Roll Music'' has these lines:
-->I could really get on that scene\\
I think I could I could say somethin'\\
If you know what I mean\\
But if I really say it\\
The radio won't play it\\
Unless I lay it between the lines.



* The music video for hardcore band Norma Jean's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gXp4hdd2pk If You Got It At Five, You Got It At Fifty]]" starts mid-conversation with guitarist Chris Day casually telling vocalist Cory Putman about how "apparently restraining orders are a really big deal", and Cory responding with deadpan boredom, "Whatever."
* The card game that Music/{{Aborted}} released as a preorder bonus for ''The Necrotic Manifesto'' made reference to Ken Bedene and his run-in with a tow truck. The only other thing that the card confirmed was that he made the mistake of parking the van in a tow zone; the rest of the incident isn't clearly stated, and when Sven encouraged Ken to elaborate in an interview, Ken steadfastly refused on the grounds that he didn't want to "look like a dumbass in a fuckin' interview".
* "Ode to Billie Joe" by Bobbie Gentry - we know Billie Joe and his girlfriend "were throwin' something off the Tallahatchee Bridge," but we never learn what it was (Gentry has said in interviews that she had nothing in particular in mind - that simply isn't the point of the song).

to:

* The music video for hardcore band Norma Jean's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gXp4hdd2pk If You Got It At Five, You Got It At Fifty]]" starts mid-conversation with guitarist Chris Day casually telling vocalist Cory Putman about how "apparently restraining orders are a really big deal", and Cory responding with deadpan boredom, "Whatever."
* The card game that Music/{{Aborted}} released as a preorder bonus for ''The Necrotic Manifesto'' made reference to Ken Bedene and his run-in with a tow truck. The only other thing that the card confirmed was that he made the mistake of parking the van in a tow zone; the rest of the incident isn't clearly stated, and when Sven encouraged Ken to elaborate in an interview, Ken steadfastly refused on the grounds that he didn't want to "look like a dumbass in a fuckin' interview".
* "Ode to Billie Joe" by Bobbie Gentry - we know Billie Joe and his girlfriend "were throwin' something off the Tallahatchee Bridge," but we never learn what it was (Gentry has said in interviews that she had nothing in particular in mind - that simply isn't the point of the song).
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20th Oct '14 8:37:59 PM MrMatt
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* Bonnie Raitt, ''I Can't Make You Love Me.'' A somber melody emphasizes that this is the end of the relationship, and that it will end, "Morning will come and I'll do what's right / Just give me til then to give up this fight / And I will give up this fight." What the fight she has to give up or why she has to give it up, (other than they're just breaking up) remains unstated.
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