Friday, June 14, 2019

Getting Lucky (no, I didn't)

I haven't put up any Red Army Choir covering Daft Punk songs of late. Here they are in a radio studio which took a little tracking down. It is French Station NRJ, Nouvelle Radio Jeune, and usually referred to as Energy. Nyet. It is in Moscow and I suspect a branch of the Paris station. It is curious to me that a US? rapper is the DJ.

Aren't they impossibly clean cut and I reckon one of the lead singers is particularly cute. I don't think you will have any problem working out each one.

Fun and happy music, nice.



25 comments:

  1. The one at the right forefront looks like he could be related to Mr. Bean/Rowan Atkinson!!! :)

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  2. I agree on the Rowan Atkinson similarity and I've always loved what this crowd do to these ridiculous lyrics.

    XO
    WWW

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    1. WWW, I googled and I couldn't find any reference to what a crowd might do when singing. Is it like Living Next Door to Alice?

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  3. Never heard this one before, but I like it.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Great Dora. It's a happy song.

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  4. I can see the Rowan Atkinson thing as well. Fun song, but staying up all night is a thing of the past.

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    1. EC, staying up all night in the past, never mind getting lucky.

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  5. That was good, but I think it might have been better without the 'rapper'.

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    1. Cro; I've seen them do this without the rapper DJ and it is very good, but this adds an extra dimension, a bit more fun.

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    2. Cro, I thought he added to it but it took a few watches for me to get that. I always watch any Youtube video a few times before using them.

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    3. River, so right. An extra dimension and a nice intro to a great catchy song.

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  6. That put such a big smile on my face :) I love them. The lead singer who is very cute, reminds me of a character in the TV series Northern Exposure. The character has long hair and a beard, but if he was cleaned up....

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    1. River, R was devoted to watching Northern Exposure, Canadian was it? I watched it at times but I can't remember that character.

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    2. Set in Alaska, a young doctor sent there to work for several years. The character I'm thinking of is Adam, a talented chef, moody and short tempered, played by Alan (or Adam?) Arkin. But now that I think about it, perhaps Rowan Atkinson is a better face match.

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  7. Well that's something different.

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    1. Margaret, and isn't different good at times.

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  8. I love that song, and they do a very credible cover of it :)

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  9. To your question on my post about the parking sign.
    SNOW ROUTE
    Designated snow routes are primarily located in the downtown core and include all streetcar routes. They are all clearly signed. Parking on a designated snow route during a major snow event is subject to a fine of up to $200. A list of streets PDF and a map PDF show the streets that are impacted by the declaration of a major snow storm condition.
    https://www.toronto.ca/services-payments/streets-parking-transportation/road-maintenance/winter-maintenance/major-snow-event/

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    1. Jackie, always interesting to me how cities deal with cold, and extreme cold.

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  10. That was fun Andrew, I enjoyed it a lot, merci beaucoup 😉

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