History ShoutOut / Music

25th Mar '17 8:10:04 AM erforce
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** The bridge from "Fashion Zombies!" is a parody of Vincent Price's monologue from the end of Michael Jackson's "Music/{{Thriller}}"; the first three lines of both are even the same.

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** The bridge from "Fashion Zombies!" is a parody of Vincent Price's Creator/VincentPrice's monologue from the end of Michael Jackson's Music/MichaelJackson's "Music/{{Thriller}}"; the first three lines of both are even the same.



** "(I Was Born) A Unicorn" includes a spoken breakdown that parodies VincentPrice's spoken word section of [[Music/{{Thriller}} "Thriller"]].

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** "(I Was Born) A Unicorn" includes a spoken breakdown that parodies VincentPrice's Creator/VincentPrice's spoken word section of [[Music/{{Thriller}} "Thriller"]].
16th Mar '17 4:26:06 PM LongTallShorty64
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** "Clan in Da Front" references Ballantine's Finest, ''Claudine'', ''Film/CooleyHigh'', ''Film/{{Dolemite}}'', Ella Fitzgerald, ''Franchise/IndianaJones'', ''The Mack'', ''Film/MiracleOnThirtyFourthStreet'', Pampers Diapers, and ''Film/ShaolinAndWuTang''.

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** "Clan in Da Front" references Ballantine's Finest, ''Claudine'', ''Film/CooleyHigh'', ''Film/{{Dolemite}}'', Ella Fitzgerald, Music/EllaFitzgerald, ''Franchise/IndianaJones'', ''The Mack'', ''Film/MiracleOnThirtyFourthStreet'', Pampers Diapers, and ''Film/ShaolinAndWuTang''.
27th Feb '17 3:21:55 PM Pinokio
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** "Beast Mode" references ''Series/ThirtyRock'', Creator/AlecBaldwin, ''VideoGame/AngryBirds'', ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', Bed, Bath & Beyond, ''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy'', ''Def Jam'', Website/{{Facebook}}, Creator/ForestWhitaker, Honda Civic, John Dillinger, ''Series/{{Martin}}'', ''VideoGame/PacMan'', ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}, ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'', and ''Franchise/{{XMen}}''.

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** "Beast Mode" references ''Series/ThirtyRock'', Creator/AlecBaldwin, ''VideoGame/AngryBirds'', ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', Bed, Bath & Beyond, ''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy'', ''Def Jam'', Website/{{Facebook}}, Creator/ForestWhitaker, Honda Civic, John Dillinger, ''Series/{{Martin}}'', ''VideoGame/PacMan'', ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}, ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'', and ''Franchise/{{XMen}}''.''Franchise/XMen''.



* Warren G's "Annie Mae" references Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight".

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* Warren G's "Annie Mae" references Sugarhill Gang's Music/TheSugarhillGang's "Rapper's Delight".



** "Da Mystery of Chessboxin'" references ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'', ''Film/EnterTheDragon'', ''Film/FiveDeadlyVenoms'', Creator/JacquesCousteau, Mariah Carey, ''Series/{{Roots}}'', ''Film/ShaolinAndWuTang'', Timberland, Toyota Land Cruiser, and ''Franchise/TheTwilightZone''.

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** "Da Mystery of Chessboxin'" references ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'', ''Film/EnterTheDragon'', ''Film/FiveDeadlyVenoms'', Creator/JacquesCousteau, Mariah Carey, ''Series/{{Roots}}'', ''Film/ShaolinAndWuTang'', Timberland, Toyota Land Cruiser, and ''Franchise/TheTwilightZone''. , while the title references the 1979 movie ''Mystery of Chessboxing''.
27th Feb '17 3:03:40 PM Pinokio
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* Music/KidRock also referenced "Amazing Grace" in "Cowboy": "I once was lost, but now I'm just blind", combining that line and the next, "Was blind but now I see".

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* Music/KidRock also referenced "Amazing Grace" in "Cowboy": "I once was lost, but now I'm just blind", combining that line and the next, "Was blind but now I see".see". "Cowboy" references [[Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Amadeus Mozart]] and "Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco, and Beck's beer, Boone's wine, Four Seasons Hotel, Larry Flynt, and the Los Angeles Lakers.



** "Bawitdaba" references Busy Bee Starski, "Rapper’s Delight" by Music/TheSugarhillGang, Jack Daniels Whiskey, and Southern Comfort.



** "Doin' Time" references Bradley Nowell, DJ Marshall Goodman, Long Beach, California, and Lou Dog.
** "Garden Grove" references Garden Grove, Lou Dog, and the music from Jamaica.

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** "Doin' Time" references Bradley Nowell, DJ Marshall Goodman, Long Beach, California, and the Dalmatian Lou Dog.
** "Garden Grove" references Garden Grove, Lou Dog, Dog the Dalmatian, and the music from Jamaica.



** "What I Got" references Long Beach, California, Lou Dog, "Lovin'" by Half Pint, "My Mom Smokes Pot" by the Rolling Scabs, "The New Style" by the Beastie Boys, and "Nappy Heads" by Fugees,

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** "What I Got" references Long Beach, California, the Dalmatian Lou Dog, "Lovin'" by Half Pint, "My Mom Smokes Pot" by the Rolling Scabs, "The New Style" by the Beastie Boys, and "Nappy Heads" by Fugees,
24th Feb '17 3:20:42 PM Xtifr
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* Music/TheRadiatorsUS:
** "Long Hard Journey Home" is a tribute to Music/ProfessorLonghair, who is namechecked in the first line.
** "I Want to Go Where the Green Arrow Goes" references the [[ComicBook/GreenArrow comic book character]].
** "Sunglasses On" is full of references to the [[Literature/TheBible biblical]] character Moses.
** ''The Last Watusi'' (their farewell concert and album) was a reference to Music/TheBand's farewell concert and album, ''The Last Waltz''. A watusi, like a waltz, is a type of dance--but a much less...respectable one.
10th Feb '17 5:11:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* Music/MarianasTrench gives a shout out to ImogenHeap, TheBlackEyedPeas, and MumfordAndSons in "Pop 101" while the lyrics reference JustinBieber and the video references {{LMFAO}}, {{Kesha}}, and Robin Thicke.
** "Here's to the Zeros" gives a TakeThis shout out to the success of [[CarlyRaeJepsen "Call Me Maybe"]].

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* Music/MarianasTrench gives a shout out to ImogenHeap, TheBlackEyedPeas, Music/ImogenHeap, Music/TheBlackEyedPeas, and MumfordAndSons Music/MumfordAndSons in "Pop 101" while the lyrics reference JustinBieber Music/JustinBieber and the video references {{LMFAO}}, {{Kesha}}, Music/{{LMFAO}}, Music/{{Kesha}}, and Robin Thicke.
** "Here's to the Zeros" gives a TakeThis shout out to the success of [[CarlyRaeJepsen [[Music/CarlyRaeJepsen "Call Me Maybe"]].
10th Feb '17 4:29:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* Solarstone's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E8DUibDUSo "The Last Defeat, Part 2"]], in addition to being stylistically reminiscent of SarahMcLachlan, includes the lyric "A Sweet Surrender".

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* Solarstone's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E8DUibDUSo "The Last Defeat, Part 2"]], in addition to being stylistically reminiscent of SarahMcLachlan, Music/SarahMcLachlan, includes the lyric "A Sweet Surrender".
8th Feb '17 3:54:02 PM Prfnoff
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* One section of Richard Strauss's symphonic poem "Ein Heldenleben" quotes themes from most of his earlier major works, including his obscure first opera ''Guntram''.



* Music/RichardStrauss's "Ein Heldenleben" (A Hero's Life) has a section titled "The Hero's Works of Peace" which is mostly made out of {{Leitmotif}}s lifted out of Strauss's previous compositions. These include several each from Strauss's popular tone poems "Don Juan," "Don Quixote" and "Also Sprach Zarathustra," but the single most frequent source is his little-known first opera ''Guntram''.

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* Music/RichardStrauss's symphonic poem "Ein Heldenleben" (A Hero's Life) has a section titled "The Hero's Works of Peace" which is mostly made out of {{Leitmotif}}s lifted out of Strauss's previous compositions. These include several each from Strauss's popular tone poems "Don Juan," "Don Quixote" and "Also Sprach Zarathustra," but the single most frequent source is his little-known first opera ''Guntram''.
8th Feb '17 3:52:59 PM Prfnoff
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* Music/RichardStrauss's "Ein Heldenleben" (A Hero's Life) has a section titled "The Hero's Works of Peace" which is mostly made out of {{Leitmotif}}s lifted out of Strauss's previous compositions. These include several each from Strauss's popular tone poems "Don Juan," "Don Quixote" and "Also Sprach Zarathustra," but the single most frequent source is his little-known first opera ''Guntram''.
27th Jan '17 12:33:41 AM PaulA
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** The short story series ''{{Foundation}}'' includes an antagonist called "The Mule", who has MindControl powers, and operates in secrecy so that no one knows his real name or his appearance.

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** The short story series ''{{Foundation}}'' ''{{Literature/Foundation}}'' includes an antagonist called "The Mule", who has MindControl powers, and operates in secrecy so that no one knows his real name or his appearance.
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