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2004-04-04 06:50:54-07:00 - Song? - (Gabriel Knight <igabethebabe@yahoo.com>)


In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". Angel and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone tell me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks!

2004-04-04 11:47:11-05:00 - Re: Song? - (Avatar <donotbugme@thisemail.com>)


On Mon, 05 Apr 2004 00:52:15 +1000, alphakitten <alphakittenx@netscape.net> wrote: > > >Gabriel Knight wrote: >> In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". Angel >> and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone tell >> me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! >> >> > > > > >"Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling >Stones song. The original is vastly better. > > > > ~Angel Better in the sense that you have Mick Jagger screeching as if he was being castrated.

2004-04-04 13:06:43-04:00 - Re: Song? - (Amy Gray <JudgeAmyGrayNOSPAM@hotmail.com>)


On Mon, 05 Apr 2004 00:52:15 +1000, alphakitten <alphakittenx@netscape.net> wrote: >"Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling >Stones song. The original is vastly better. Yes. The original is better. This from someone who is a Rolling Stones fan from the beginning. -----= Posted via Newsfeeds.Com, Uncensored Usenet News =----- http://www.newsfeeds.com - The #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! -----== Over 100,000 Newsgroups - 19 Different Servers! =-----

2004-04-04 13:42:35-05:00 - Re: Song? - (Avatar <donotbugme@thisemail.com>)


On Mon, 05 Apr 2004 02:55:16 +1000, alphakitten <alphakittenx@netscape.net> wrote: > > >Avatar wrote: >> On Mon, 05 Apr 2004 00:52:15 +1000, alphakitten >> <alphakittenx@netscape.net> wrote: >> >> >>> >>>Gabriel Knight wrote: >>> >>>>In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". Angel >>>>and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone tell >>>>me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! >>>> >>>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>>"Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling >>>Stones song. The original is vastly better. >>> >>> >>> >>> ~Angel >> >> >> Better in the sense that you have Mick Jagger screeching as if he was >> being castrated. >> > > > > >Better in the sense that it's authentically beautiful and emotional. >The cover is cynically sappy and middle of the road. > > > ~Angel To each his own. I prefer The Sunday's version. You don't. 'Nuff said.

2004-04-04 23:06:13-07:00 - Re: Song? - (Gabriel Knight <igabethebabe@yahoo.com>)


Thanks alphakitten, I just downloaded it from itunes. "alphakitten" <alphakittenx@netscape.net> wrote in message news:4070211F.8070302@netscape.net... > > > Gabriel Knight wrote: > > In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". Angel > > and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone tell > > me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! > > > > > > > > > "Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling > Stones song. The original is vastly better. > > > > ~Angel >

2004-04-04 23:54:36+02:00 - Re: Song? - (Wouter Valentijn <WouterValentijnwisheshewas@home.nl>)


"alphakitten" <alphakittenx@netscape.net> schreef in bericht news:4070211F.8070302@netscape.net... > > > Gabriel Knight wrote: > > In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". Angel > > and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone tell > > me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! > > > > > > > > > "Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling > Stones song. The original is vastly better. Amen. Still the greatest Rock & Roll band. -- Wouter Valentijn www.zeppodunsel.nl With fanfics and essays. Some in Dutch. Some in English. www.nksf.nl De Nederlandstalige Nieuwsgroep voor SF, Fantasy en Horror. "It's not about right, not about wrong... ...it's about power." - The First Evil in "Lessons" We shall not flag or fail. We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender. -Sir Winston Churchill

2004-04-05 00:52:15+10:00 - Re: Song? - (alphakitten <alphakittenx@netscape.net>)


Gabriel Knight wrote: > In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". Angel > and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone tell > me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! > > "Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling Stones song. The original is vastly better. ~Angel

2004-04-05 02:55:16+10:00 - Re: Song? - (alphakitten <alphakittenx@netscape.net>)


Avatar wrote: > On Mon, 05 Apr 2004 00:52:15 +1000, alphakitten > <alphakittenx@netscape.net> wrote: > > >> >>Gabriel Knight wrote: >> >>>In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". Angel >>>and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone tell >>>me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! >>> >>> >> >> >> >> >>"Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling >>Stones song. The original is vastly better. >> >> >> >> ~Angel > > > Better in the sense that you have Mick Jagger screeching as if he was > being castrated. > Better in the sense that it's authentically beautiful and emotional. The cover is cynically sappy and middle of the road. ~Angel

2004-04-05 11:05:42-04:00 - Re: Song? - (Randy Money <rbmoney@spamblocklibrary.syr.edu>)


alphakitten wrote: > > > Gabriel Knight wrote: > >> In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". >> Angel >> and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone >> tell >> me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! >> >> > > > > > "Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling > Stones song. The original is vastly better. > > > > ~Angel Yes. No. Maybe, but I can't hear The Sundays' version without thinking of the prom, now, and it was one of the Buffy scenes that worked very well. I have similar problems with associating the original Rolling Stones version of "Paint it Black" with a TV show from the mid-'80s, "Tour of Duty," and "You Can't Always Get What You Want" with "The Big Chill," so maybe it's just me. Randy M.

2004-04-05 21:20:48+00:00 - Re: Song? - (dalecue <pdgill@spamxerworldnet.att.net>)


Randy Money wrote in message <407175C6.5080702@spamblocklibrary.syr.edu>... >alphakitten wrote: >> >> >> Gabriel Knight wrote: >> >>> In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". >>> Angel >>> and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone >>> tell >>> me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! >>> >>> >> >> >> >> >> "Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling >> Stones song. The original is vastly better. >> >> >> >> ~Angel > >Yes. > >No. > >Maybe, but I can't hear The Sundays' version without thinking of the >prom, now, and it was one of the Buffy scenes that worked very well. > >I have similar problems with associating the original Rolling Stones >version of "Paint it Black" with a TV show from the mid-'80s, "Tour of >Duty," and "You Can't Always Get What You Want" with "The Big Chill," so >maybe it's just me. or maybe not - can _anyone_ hear 'Full of Grace' and not picture the end of Becomiing Dale<certainly not me> > >Randy M. > >

2004-04-06 00:18:57+00:00 - Re: Song? - (KenM47 <KenM47@ix.netcom.com>)


"dalecue" <pdgill@spamxerworldnet.att.net> wrote: > >Randy Money wrote in message <407175C6.5080702@spamblocklibrary.syr.edu>... >>alphakitten wrote: >>> >>> >>> Gabriel Knight wrote: >>> >>>> In season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode 20 titled "The Prom". >>>> Angel >>>> and Buffy are dancing at the prom at the end of the show. Can someone >>>> tell >>>> me what the name of the song they were dancing to? Thanks! >>>> >>>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> "Wild Horses" as performed by The Sundays. It's a cover of a Rolling >>> Stones song. The original is vastly better. >>> >>> >>> >>> ~Angel >> >>Yes. >> >>No. >> >>Maybe, but I can't hear The Sundays' version without thinking of the >>prom, now, and it was one of the Buffy scenes that worked very well. >> >>I have similar problems with associating the original Rolling Stones >>version of "Paint it Black" with a TV show from the mid-'80s, "Tour of >>Duty," and "You Can't Always Get What You Want" with "The Big Chill," so > > >>maybe it's just me. > >or maybe not - can _anyone_ hear 'Full of Grace' and not picture >the end of Becomiing > >Dale<certainly not me> >> >>Randy M. >> >> > Nope. Not me either. Ken