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Poodle Hat spoilers inside! Favorite song in the polka?

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OK, I tried to do this as a poll, but the stupid thing kept saying I had too many poll options. So I'll just pose it as a regular thread. What's your favorite song in the "Angry White Boy Polka"?

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Post by Moneybags »

Well, I haven't heard the "Angry White Boy Polka" yet, I'm happy that it includes The Strokes' "Last Nite", which was one of my favorite songs of the previous year.

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Post by mrmeadows »

Definitely "Fell in Love With a Girl" by the White Stripes. Although I'm very happy to see System of Down and Rage Against the Machine in there!

I like those guys, too, even if those particular songs are not my favorites. Still, whodathunk you'd ever hear THOSE bands in a polka medley?!? I can't wait!



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definitely My Way by Limp Bizkit, very funny rendition

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Post by Teh Dingo »

My faves are White Stripes "Fell in Love With a Girl", and Strokes "Last Night" ....but that polka, heck the album, is worth it alone to hear him attempt System of a Down and Disturbed.





That's a pretty good collection of rock in the last 5 years. It's easier to name the bands that aren't in there.
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Sytem Of a Down's "Chop suey". Hands down. the intro to that is awesome.

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Post by OneNote »

Well, I haven't heard the Polka yet... but I'm Stoked about hearing Chop Suey as a polka :biggrin:

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has to be chop suey, It was SO funny.
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chop suey

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ill agree with the last few posts

CHOP SUEY! i cant wait to hear it as a polka

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Chop Suey

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I actually hate the original song "Chop Suey", but I must agree that I'm really curious / psyched to hear how Al does it in the polka.

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