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Title
12584
The Offspring - The Kids Aren't Alright [Rock]
584
Leo Moracchioli - Africa (Toto cover) [Metal]
182
Nazi Punks F**k Off: How Black Flag, Bad Brains, and More Took Back Their Scene from White Supremacists
50573
Cranberries Dolores O'Riordan has died
27
Chris Cornell - You Know My Name (2006) [Rock]
29
Bill Wurtz - La de da de da de da de day oh [Alternative] - 2018
87
Bloc Party - Like Eating Glass [Indie rock]
31
So can we talk about how this sub never puts any out obscure or new tracks that make the front page?
13
SOAD - Chop Suey! [live]
10
Andrew WK offers to pay fan's speeding ticket
11
Motörhead - Sympathy For The Devil (Rolling Stones cover) [Hard Rock]
8
Prince estate is selling tickets starting January 20th to a Big screen concert in honor of Prince's death that will contain unreleased material.
6
Pond - 30,000 Megatons [Psychedelic Rock]
5
Big L - Fall Back [Hip Hop]
5
The Fixx - One Thing Leads To Another [New Wave]
29
Faith No More - Epic [Rock]
13
2018 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Inductees Include Recordings From David Bowie, Nirvana, Dr. Dre
6
Enigma - Return to Innocence [new age]
37
Three Days Grace - I Hate Everything About You [Rock]
11
Less Than Jake - Plastic Cup Politics [Ska punk]
6298
Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit [Pychedelic Rock]
6
Alex Lifeson on the Future of Rush: "We're basically done..."
25
311 - Beautiful Disaster [Alternative]
69
America - Sister Golden Hair [Classic Rock]
5
Midwest Best - Slimy Donuts [Electronic/Jdilla]
6
Wilco - She's a Jar [Indie Rock]
5
Tears for Fears - Pale Shelter [New Wave]
5
Tears For Fears - Shout [New Wave] (1985)
10
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Mercy Seat [post punk]
4
Andrew W.K. - I Get Wet [Rock]
10
Jack White Announced a New Tour
3
Tears for Fears - Mothers Talk [New Wave]
25
The Crazy World of Arthur Brown - Fire [Psychedelic Rock]
7
Madness - Baggy Trousers [Pop/Ska]
6
Frank Ocean - Pink + White [Pop]
6
The Stone Roses - This Is the One [Rock]
3
Stan Rogers - The Mary Ellen Carter [folk]
4
Comedian uses five members of the audience to demonstrate how easy it is to put a boyband together [x-post from /r/boybands] {non-music video}
3
What's a song intro that you could listen to on repeat all day long?
3
Tears for Fears - Suffer the Children [New Wave]
500 oneburntwitch This video is from Monty Python at the Hollywood Bowl, and if you like this sketch I suggest you watch the whole thing. One of my all-time favourites.
183 GoHomeWithBonnieJean I thought I'd seen all the Pythons' stuff. That's hilarious! Cleese said he got tired of writing by committe, but together, they were fu**ing brilliant. One of my all-time favorites is the [Four Yorkshiremen sketch](https://youtu.be/VKHFZBUTA4k) (that link is the older version) The version that goes with this post is [here](https://youtu.be/26ZDB9h7BLY).
160 MADASSOR Amazingly when I was travelling in Eastern Europe I ended up doing a white water rafting expedition in Bosnia/Montenegro. It was epic. It was right at the tail end of the season so 5/6 campsites were already closed for the season and one remained. To start off with I was literally the only person at the campsite. The staff there advised in semi-French/Serbian/hand signals that a bus was coming later with loads of guys and girls. I thought, sweet - should be fun. About 9:30 pm rolled around and a bus 19 Norwegian Choir Boys got off the bus. No joke!!! The link to this story is that they were a seriously high-end choir earning 1000's of Euros per 15 minutes. They also specialised in Monty Python spoofs and would regularly bust out in perfect harmony to tunes such as this one while meandering down the canyon. I've got a video of them somewhere while we were at a bus stop as we went our different ways. They were insanely funny and talented! Edit: link to FB removed after advice. Will re-post from YouTube when I can
178 BananaFrappe I still find it odd to see Terry Gilliam on stage or in front of a camera. I know he's a member, but growing up on MPFC, you usually only ever saw him when they showed the cartoonist "die" or something. He was not a regular on-camera member, and the few times where he was in a sketch, he never seemed as smooth as the other Pythons. Though, I have to admit he was pretty brilliant with those coconuts though.
105 gekkobob Lately I've been singing this almost daily, for no reason. The final verse is fun and hard to sing for a non-native speaker: "Life can be fine when we['re] both sixtynine and we sit on our faces in all sorts of places and play 'til we're blown away". edit: removed an 'are'
122 Low-E_McDjentface My dad used to sing this at random moments and I never bothered to think about the meaning of it
41 scottjf8 I'm here for an argument. No you're not. Yes I am. Genius shit.
58 maxseamus When I was into Monty Python as a kid I used to walk around singing this song at the top of my lungs. One day I went to the mall with my brother and dad and started belting it out as we walked in. My father turned to me asked me very nicely to stop singing the song and that I should stop singing it all together. I was like “ok” and didn’t think much of it until I learned what the song was about. I must have embarrassed half the family with my rendition of “sit on my face”. Good times.
112 Lhos I need to hear this sung by Sean Connery.
29 Legomomster SO sings this to me on the regular.
10 LoneRangersBand [Here's the version done at the Concert for George (Harrison)](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKV3GC0RERs) George was a huge Python fan (big enough that he funded "Life of Brian" with his own money after the studio producing it pulled out).