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I bet I ruined this thread... All about getting my post count up, and nobody else is awake, seemingly.

Eh? EH? :deal2: :deal2:

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HAHA. This'll be interesting. I have an entire album by Mannheim Steamroller based on the number 7, so I'll start with those:

 

"Conjuring the Number 7"

"Sunday the 7th Day"

"The 7 Colours of the Rainbow"

"The 7 C's"

"The 7 Metals of Alchemy"

"The 7 Chakras of the Body: Chakra 1"

"The 7 Chakras of the Body: Chakra 2"

"The 7 Chakras of the Body: Chakra 3"

"The 7 Chakras of the Body: Chakra 4"

"The 7 Chakras of the Body: Chakra 5"

"The 7 Chakras of the Body: Chakra 6"

"The 7 Chakras of the Body: Chakra 7"

"The 7 Stars of the Big Dipper"

 

I'll come back with my other songs later. :)

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OK. First, songs that have already been mentioned at least once:

 

“42”-Coldplay

“Square One”-Coldplay

“40’”-Franz Ferdinand

“1973”-James Blunt

“Nature_1”-Muse

“Uno”-Muse

“Another One Bites The Dust”-Queen

“Confessions, Part 2”-Usher

 

Now, songs that haven't been mentioned at all:

 

“32 Flavors”-Ani DiFranco

“New York Mining Disaster 1941”-Bee Gees

“One”-Bee Gees

“One More Murder”-Better Than Ezra

“The 21st”-Blue October

“Cloud Nine”-Evanescence

“The Only One”-Evanescence

“One”-Filter

“One of the Brightest Stars”-James Blunt

“96th Street Sonata” (three songs)-John Clark

“Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon)”-The Mamas and the Papas

“I Saw Three Ships”

“The First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Doors” (Six songs)-Mannheim Steamroller

“Door 7”-Mannheim Steamroller”

“Interlude 7”-Mannheim Steamroller

“Four Rows of Jacks”-Mannheim Steamroller

“Guess I’m Falling 4 U”-Michael Bublé

“Seven Seas of Rhye”-Queen

“20 Years of Snow”-Regina Spektor

“16 Horses”-Soul Coughing

“One-X”-Three Days Grace

“Confessions, Part 1”-Usher

“1812 Overture”-Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

“Confessions, Part 3”-Weird Al Yankovic

“Kernkraft 400”-Zombie Nation

 

For everyone's sake, save for the 1812 overture, I left out all classical music. ^_^

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156 - mew

03' bonnie and clyde - jay-z and beyonce

99 problems - jay-z

17 - kings of leon

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heres the ones i can think of off the top of my head:

 

1979, the smashing pumpkins.

3's and 7's, queens of the stone age.

99 red balloons, nena.

300 mph torrential outpour blues, the white stripes.

42, coldplay.

1.36, coldplay.

im gonna be (500 miles), the proclaimers.

15 step, radiohead.

1234, feist.

21st century, red hot chili peppers.

if 6 was 9, jimi hendrix.

expo 86, death cab for cutie.

shes only 18, red hot chili peppers.

nineteen, tegan and sara.

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the radio dept - 1995

the rakes - 1989

tachenko - 1986

the tough alliance - 1981

clovis - 1975

niños mutantes - 14

the blows - 107 db

dr dog - 100 years

dorian - 10000 metrópolis

standstill - 1,2,3 sol

standstill - 1,2,3 sombra

the right ons - 80.81

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A.C. Newman - The Palace at 4 AM

Acid House Kings - 7 Days

Aphex Twin - Avril 14th

Elliott Smith - Waltz #1 and Waltz #2 (Xo)

Film School - 11:11

Radio Dept. - Slottet #2

Red House Painters - 24

Mew - 156

 

 

Don't you just LOVE goodbyes?

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