simple song game

this first one is so relaxing

I love the difference in lyrics and tone XDD

1 Like

Alright, the religious route:

This song is ancient, first. The treatment they give to it is trancelike because Charismatics like a little Euphoria in their church services:

And this is the criticism of getting so lost in perfect worship that we don’t help our neighbors.

1 Like

This is more of an era clash than anything. In a way exact opposites, but vaguely the same.

Futuristic song from a 1980s movie that takes place in 2019:

1980s-style retrowave song from 2019:

2 Likes

Interesting one!!

Pet Sematary - The Ramones

This is a downbeat punk rock song about death.

Born to Be Alive - Patrick Hernandez

This is an upbeat disco song about living.

2 Likes
1 Like

Any background they do for one of these videos:

Vs a game soundtrack:

Both are meant to be unobtrusive, but it doesn’t work out the same way.

2 Likes

now that is some tone clash XDD

1 Like

The cakes we play for the kids when we need them quiet. Doesn’t work on its own.

2 Likes

Fire and Rain - James Taylor

This song is written by its American singer about the turmoil in his life.

Nothing Has Been Proved - Dusty Springfield

This song was written by people other than its English singer about an infamous 1960s political scandal (it was written for a film about the scandal).

1 Like


1 Like

Both of these are instrumentals by the same band.

Time to give this thread a shot in the arm.

While both these '90s songs have dance-y percussion, they are different in tone (and danceability).

This song is by an acoustic post-grunge band, and the acoustic sound is still utilized here.

This song is by an alt-rock band that is usually electric (if I’m not mistaken), and is definitely more danceable (in fact, this song was the band’s highest charting song on the US dance chart).

1 Like
1 Like
1 Like