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I Fucking Live For Haunting Covers Of Literally Any Song In Movie Trailers - the comments have some great additions too.
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posted by redsparkler at 8:27 PM on December 6, 2016 [1 favorite]


What's the one with "Enjoy the Silence" that's been in theaters recently?
posted by grobstein at 8:28 PM on December 6, 2016


ohhhhh it's the ghost in the shell trailer and i saw it here

anyway I kinda dug that
posted by grobstein at 8:28 PM on December 6, 2016


Link.
posted by grobstein at 8:29 PM on December 6, 2016


Personally, I was very pleased with Lana Del Rey's version of Once Upon A Dream in the trailer for Maleficent.
posted by redsparkler at 8:31 PM on December 6, 2016 [7 favorites]


Ugh. Double ugh. Some Impacts, maybe a couple of pads, and one good long whoosh riser toward the end and you're done.

Holy crap, as I wrote this this whole sequence happened on the TV in the background on the show Killjoys. I don't know what the song was though.
posted by bongo_x at 8:36 PM on December 6, 2016 [1 favorite]


This is delightful. The next time I'm at the movies and I start giggling uncontrollably, I'll know who to blame.
posted by mogget at 8:38 PM on December 6, 2016 [2 favorites]


Oh man I rolled my eyes so hard at that Mummy trailer. I mean, the dissonance between tune/sentiment and everyone-will-die #realtalk is the whole point of the Flaming Lips song anyway so you don't really get any points for altering the mood and just grr on my part.

The Social Network trailer using Creep was genius, though. Gave me chills.

I actually think this might be Richard Kelly's most lasting and ubiquitous contribution to contemporary cinema. I've always traced the movies' newfound fascination with mournful cover versions back to the version of Tears for Fears' Mad World that was recorded specifically, and quite effectively, for Donnie Darko.
posted by Mothlight at 8:45 PM on December 6, 2016 [32 favorites]


All around me are familiar faces...

(Yep, it's a haunting cover of the haunting cover that kicked off the haunting cover trend)
posted by naju at 8:46 PM on December 6, 2016 [10 favorites]


Yeah, Mothlight! I was just looking up that Jules' cover; apparently it wasn't used in the trailer, but it would have fit in perfectly with these.
posted by redsparkler at 8:50 PM on December 6, 2016


Am I wrong that this trend is because covers are way less expensive to license in trailers compared to the originals?
posted by figurant at 8:57 PM on December 6, 2016 [2 favorites]


Also, I mean, these are the perfect intersection of my fondness for cover songs and movie trailers. It just doesn't get better than this.
posted by redsparkler at 9:07 PM on December 6, 2016 [1 favorite]


Am I wrong that this trend is because covers are way less expensive to license in trailers compared to the originals?

Nah not wrong it's valid, although it wouldn't fully explain the darker cast many take. My recent favourite is from the 10 Cloverfield Lane trailer.

(My favourite cheap cover story is when Spike is rocking to the Sex Pistols version of My Way in Buffy he's actually kicking it to the Gary Oldman as Sid Vicious version from Sid and Nancy.)
posted by yellowbinder at 9:09 PM on December 6, 2016 [9 favorites]


I'm not sure why, but "Creep" in The Social Network is still the best employment of the haunting cover.
posted by hurdy gurdy girl at 9:09 PM on December 6, 2016 [7 favorites]


At the point the Three Minute $200 Million Movie Showpiece Trailer is its own distinct art form, as formal and rigorous as a Baroque dance suite
posted by theodolite at 9:10 PM on December 6, 2016 [10 favorites]


In case you didn't make it that far down in the comments, there's a cringeworthy trailer for a Lifetime channel biopic of Brittany Murphy featuring a tormented cover of Haddaway's "What is Love".
posted by redsparkler at 9:13 PM on December 6, 2016 [10 favorites]


(Yep, it's a haunting cover of the haunting cover that kicked off the haunting cover trend)


Huh? A 2016 movie? I'm sure I'm not even beginning to scratch the surface with Stand by Me in 2014 or The Immigrant Song in 2011.
posted by figurant at 9:22 PM on December 6, 2016


Oh, right. Donnie Darko. I knew that.
posted by figurant at 9:22 PM on December 6, 2016


It would be nice if he told us what the songs were. What is the one from Suicide Squad?
posted by AFABulous at 9:23 PM on December 6, 2016


Bee Gees - "I Started a Joke"
posted by naju at 9:38 PM on December 6, 2016


The Cure for Wellness and The Ramones cover. Saw the trailer before Arrival and both times that song rattled through my head throughout the rest of the trailers and stayed there until the movie started. And probably only stopped playing in my head for the second viewing because I was concentrating on the movie. Damn near downloaded the cover version when I got home.
posted by fluffy battle kitten at 9:51 PM on December 6, 2016


As mentioned in the comments, trailer music for Suicide Squad spinoff Harley Quinn solo movie identified.

I love Scala & Kolacny and I'm glad they're getting all this work.
posted by kafziel at 9:54 PM on December 6, 2016 [3 favorites]




there's a cringeworthy trailer for a Lifetime channel biopic of Brittany Murphy featuring a tormented cover of Haddaway's "What is Love"

See, I was going to joke about that neckbeard guy doing a haunting cover of "All Star", but reality had already gone one step further.
posted by Halloween Jack at 10:02 PM on December 6, 2016 [5 favorites]


I'm going to suggest that it all probably starts here
posted by philip-random at 10:55 PM on December 6, 2016 [2 favorites]


In case you didn't make it that far down in the comments, there's a cringeworthy trailer for a Lifetime channel biopic of Brittany Murphy featuring a tormented cover of Haddaway's "What is Love".
I think the only way to top that would be with "Don't worry be happy."
posted by fullerine at 12:04 AM on December 7, 2016 [6 favorites]


Isn't this one of the things Westworld has done to convince people that it's deep?
posted by lkc at 12:16 AM on December 7, 2016 [2 favorites]


I love this. Not a cover, but the first time this sort of contrast really made an impression on me was the brutal beating scene in the 1993 film "A Bronx Tale", set to Nights in White Satin by the Moody Blues. Been noticing examples ever since. The covers though, those really get to me.
posted by iamkimiam at 4:02 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Hollywood can always take something fun and over-do it to the point where you grow to hate it. I loved the trailer for The Social Network but it's six years later and it's pretty tiresome by now.
posted by octothorpe at 4:29 AM on December 7, 2016 [2 favorites]


I'm so easy for this trope, it's terrible. I can't wait to get to my office and enjoy every one of these with headphones) I too blame/praise Donnie Darko.

The use of Radiohead in Westworld made me laugh (with joy, my friends, with joy) because for a long time my husband and I have referred to shows that feature a weekly doing-our-important-work montage set to downbeat, slow, Radioheadesque music (original recipe CSI is the ur example--once you notice this, you can't unnotice it) as Radiohead Power Hour and then the Westworld finale happened and we were like OMG LITERAL RADIOHEAD POWER HOUR!!!!!
posted by soren_lorensen at 4:43 AM on December 7, 2016 [6 favorites]


Even Fifty Shades of Gray did this.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 4:47 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


oh man, that scratched an itch I didn't even know I had.
posted by halcyonday at 5:01 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Yesterday I was expressing my total confusion and unhappiness that Anthony Hopkins, of all people, is in the, what, fifth? installment of a Michael Bay toy-robot franchise. What, I asked, could make an actor of that caliber sign up for a movie in a series about which the most glowing review is "it's just stupid fun, don't be such a snob, not everything has to be well-made"?

Then someone reminded me that Raul Julia did the Street Fighter movie because he was dying of cancer. So now I have that to worry about.
posted by middleclasstool at 5:17 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Someone should use "The Air I Breathe" if they make a movie about MySpace
posted by thelonius at 5:21 AM on December 7, 2016


There's also the trailer to the 2009 remake of The Last House on the Left. The Tori Amos style cover "Sweet Child o' Mine" starts at about 1:29 into the trailer.
posted by jonp72 at 5:23 AM on December 7, 2016 [3 favorites]


Though not in movies or anything, my favourite examples of the genre are the version of You Spin Me Round that was on MeMu ... dear god ... ten years ago and the slowed down version of Jolene by Dolly Parton.

(I'm also surprised that the intro to that hasn't been used by some rapper or other. Or maybe it has - I really wouldn't have noticed.)

I'm not sure that the Westworld Radiohead tracks count as they had that emotional feeling in the first place - the only change that they made was to score them for player piano and string quartet. The thing about this genre is to recontextualise the emotional impact. It's strange but broadly true that if you do this to almost any pop song it becomes unbearably sad.

(The first time I heard it done was about twenty years ago when I saw someone do Blame It On the Boogie as an encore in this style, but they'd probably been doing it for decades before that.)

A couple of thoughts: firstly, surely an enterprising singer has just recorded hundreds of haunting versions of iconic pop songs on the off-chance they can place them in a trailer or an ad.

Secondly, Inappropriately Haunting Covers of Iconic Songs is a MeFiMu Challenge waiting to happen. Paging greenish!
posted by Grangousier at 5:28 AM on December 7, 2016 [5 favorites]


(Possibly it already happened and I was elsewhere. But it could happen again.)
posted by Grangousier at 5:31 AM on December 7, 2016


A few years back I went to see a friend do an acoustic set at a coffee shop. The performer who came on before her did a few dark originals before announcing she would close with a cover, saying something to the effect of "If you really listen to the lyrics of this song, I think people don't realize that it's actually about abuse." She then proceeded to perform an agonizingly slow and overwrought version of "Thriller."
posted by HeroZero at 5:33 AM on December 7, 2016 [4 favorites]


Yesterday I was expressing my total confusion and unhappiness that Anthony Hopkins, of all people, is in the, what, fifth? installment of a Michael Bay toy-robot franchise. What, I asked, could make an actor of that caliber sign up for a movie in a series about which the most glowing review is "it's just stupid fun, don't be such a snob, not everything has to be well-made"?

Thor: The Dark World
Red 2
The Wolfman
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Meet Joe Black
The Mask of Zorro
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Freejack
Chaplin

Not sure "quality" is a big consideration for Sir Anthony, paycheck is probably the bigger concern. Oh, and for what it's worth, a fair number of film buffs consider Michael Bay to be a quality director. Your mileage of course may vary.

As to the "article", the trend shown is interesting, but the writer could maybe make a little effort to actually say something about it, anything really. As it is I'm even sure whether he actually likes it or is just putting out attitude for the sake of it. Tiring stuff.
posted by gusottertrout at 5:34 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


"I have never seen [Jaws II: The Revenge], but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific."
Michael Caine
posted by Grangousier at 5:37 AM on December 7, 2016 [18 favorites]


I love love love all of this. I keep trying to convince my daughter's rock band to do a death metal cover of "Let It Go", which I think is in the same vein. I mean, tell me these lyrics wouldn't sound perfect being bellowed by a 15-year-old girl doing invisible oranges: "The snow glows white on the mountain tonight/Not a footprint to be seen/A kingdom of isolation/and it looks like I'm the Queen/The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside/Couldn't keep it in;/Heaven knows I've tried".
posted by Rock Steady at 5:38 AM on December 7, 2016 [4 favorites]


The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside
Couldn't keep it in;
Heaven knows I've tried


Is that a reference to chronic flatulence?
posted by Grangousier at 5:40 AM on December 7, 2016


Isn't this one of the things Westworld has done to convince people that it's deep?

Westworld takes this to a new level, though -- it puts its old-timey piano covers of modern pop songs on actual player piano rolls, and then shows them playing in the saloon where modern humans meet robots-who-think-they're-cowboys.

The player piano device isn't just an indulgence, but supports the story in a couple of different ways. The pop song covers underscore the divide between humans and robots -- the human visitors know the real context of the songs and the enslaved robots don't. And the shots inside the player piano, showing the script for the naggingly recognizable music you've been listening to, resonate with key scenes from the plot later on.

In conclusion, (a) at some point it stops mattering whether you're really deep or just pretending; and (b) it would be great if the films of 2017 followed Westworld's example and came up with plausible diegetic reasons that the characters are all super into pop song covers. I'm not asking a lot here, just a few throwaway lines-- "y'know, my lifelong love of children's choirs rather elucidates the themes that led to this whole space battle situation!" or the like. Let's make this happen.
posted by john hadron collider at 6:03 AM on December 7, 2016 [8 favorites]


OMG phillip-random, I love Current 93! I had no idea they did that cover. Now when my jack ass friends try to once again turn me on to that "awesome " Disturbed cover, I can turn them on to the really disturbed and awesome cover.
posted by evilDoug at 6:04 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Ah, this reminds me that it's time to put together my collection of Christmas carols reworked into minor key to regale the family lo this festive holiday season.
posted by Mayor West at 6:14 AM on December 7, 2016 [2 favorites]


It hasn't been used in a trailer yet as far as I'm aware, but seeing Current 93 reminded me of Coil's haunting, magisterial cover of the theme song from Are You being Served?
posted by Merzbau at 7:37 AM on December 7, 2016 [4 favorites]


Chaplin

WTH? Chaplin was a great film.
posted by leotrotsky at 7:41 AM on December 7, 2016


Even before Donnie Darko, I think the haunting-slow-cover trend really started with Cat Power's version of "Satisfaction", way back in 2000, though that's never appeared in a trailer (as far as I'm aware). I enjoyed the Lana Del Rey version of "Once Upon A Dream"... that song has the distinction of actually having a connection to the film, whereas most of these appear to be randomly selected.

What I really want is a trailer that uses Alanis Morissette's haunting (or "haunting") cover of... "My Humps". Come on, Hollywood. Don't let me down.
posted by Nibbly Fang at 7:53 AM on December 7, 2016 [2 favorites]


"I have never seen [Jaws II: The Revenge], but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific."
Michael Caine


*That's be Jaws IV. Jaws 2 still had Roy Scheider, and a screenplay by Carl Gottlieb (who did Jaws) and Howard Sackler (whose few credits included a couple of early Kubrick screenplays).
posted by ricochet biscuit at 7:59 AM on December 7, 2016


Jaws 2 is pretty bad. Not 3 or 4 bad, but not good.
posted by The Card Cheat at 8:47 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


What, I asked, could make an actor of that caliber sign up for a movie in a series about which the most glowing review is "it's just stupid fun, don't be such a snob, not everything has to be well-made"?

There's a long tradition of great british actors signing up for shitty roles in terrible movies: Olivier, Ben Kingsley, Oliver Reed, Richard Burton, etc.
posted by octothorpe at 8:52 AM on December 7, 2016




Aztec Camera in 1984, doing Van Halen's Jump as a folk-rock shuffle. Which as far as I know was never used in a movie but it wouldn't seem out of place on the soundtrack for a movie adaptation of a Nick Hornby novel starring Hugh Grant.
posted by ardgedee at 9:01 AM on December 7, 2016 [5 favorites]


Jaws 2 still had Roy Scheider, and a screenplay by Carl Gottlieb (who did Jaws) and Howard Sackler (whose few credits included a couple of early Kubrick screenplays).

but it was still awf -- well, just not very good movie. I only saw it once many years ago when it was new. I was still a teen, and hoping it would have the some of the same scary, fun magic of the original. I was disappointed.
posted by philip-random at 9:08 AM on December 7, 2016


Anyway, it didn't have Michael Caine in it. The rest of the quote is accurate, I just got the wrong Jaws.

I think Shakespearian actors are valued in Hollywood because they're extensively trained in making huge chunks of apparently incomprehensible text not only sound like they mean something, but they actually do manage to make them mean something. It's a specific and valuable skill.
posted by Grangousier at 10:00 AM on December 7, 2016 [2 favorites]


After seeing the tortured/slow version of "I Wanna Be Sedated" in the trailer for A Cure for Wellness, some friends and I were just having a contest to come up with the worst possible candidate for a haunted cover. I am proud to say I won, hands down, for my suggestion of Clarence 'Frogman' Henry's Ain't Got No Home.
Ooo-ooo ooo-ooo ooo-ooo ooo-ooo ooo
Ain't got no home
A-no place to roam
Ain't got no home
A-no place to roam
I'm a lonely boy
I ain't got a home
They'd probably even get away with it, too, at least until they got to the "I can sing like a girl/I can sing like a frog" part.
posted by DirtyOldTown at 10:23 AM on December 7, 2016


I love love love all of this. I keep trying to convince my daughter's rock band to do a death metal cover of "Let It Go"

I guess this is as good a thread as any to mention that the skacore cover of Jason Mraz's "I'm Yours" that only exists in my head is freaking awesome
posted by prize bull octorok at 10:31 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Rock Steady: you mean like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtkGluLhnGU - gets both parents and children going in our car on long trips.

Maybe this should be the next trend for trailers - metal covers of previously gentle, sensitive or Broadway-tastic songs.
posted by YoungStencil at 10:43 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


I wish I had a high, fey voice so I could make some money at this.

Alternatively, maybe Hollywood can start doing trailers with covers sung by vocalists who sound like Leonard Cohen and Tom Waits had a much less talented child?
posted by lumpenprole at 11:08 AM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Rock Steady: you mean like this?

Fan-fucking-tastic. Personally, I would prefer the main vocals to be a bit more melodic, but that's almost exactly what I was envisioning. We actually went as far as to search YouTube for it once and never found this one, so I'm sending that to my daughter immediately.
posted by Rock Steady at 11:28 AM on December 7, 2016


logically, the only alternative is to speed up. someday.

purple haze

R U Experienced
posted by ivan ivanych samovar at 11:30 AM on December 7, 2016


I suppose - thinking of Westworld - the stride piano version of No Surprises is the same phenomenon in reverse.
posted by Grangousier at 11:30 AM on December 7, 2016


This thread just reminded me to google the "Stand By Me" cover that's in a video game trailer so I could buy it. (Florence + the Machine)
posted by gladly at 11:37 AM on December 7, 2016 [2 favorites]


Man, I love covers. Why are they so satisfying?
posted by apricot at 11:42 AM on December 7, 2016 [2 favorites]


The first podcast I ever subscribed to was Coverville, if you want to know how much I love covers.
posted by Rock Steady at 11:56 AM on December 7, 2016


some friends and I were just having a contest to come up with the worst possible candidate for a haunted cover

Sounds like a fun game!
My pick would be "Splish Splash I Was Taking a Bath"
posted by Atom Eyes at 12:11 PM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini?
posted by Grangousier at 12:16 PM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Until we get a trailer using the immortal, immortal bluegrass cover of "Gin and Juice", all is morally bankrupt.
posted by PsychoTherapist at 12:25 PM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Not in the trailer, but I did enjoy the cover of Katy Perry's Firework in The Interview.
posted by ckape at 12:27 PM on December 7, 2016


My first experience of this weird phenomenon was when i walked in on my sister watching either The Hills or Laguna Beach, and a girl deals with the consequences of discovering she was pregnant to a haunting version of "Girls Just Want To Have Fun." I don't know who wrote it, an honestly I was surprised i could hear the song over the music editor patting themselves on the back.
posted by gc at 12:30 PM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


And who can forget the immortal John Carter trailer featuring Peter Gabriel's cover of Arcade Fire's "My Body Is A Cage"?

Or the slight tonal variation of the Daybreakers trailer, featuring Placebo's cover of Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill"?

Not me, obviously.
posted by hapticactionnetwork at 12:48 PM on December 7, 2016


Until we get a trailer using the immortal, immortal bluegrass cover of "Gin and Juice" , all is morally bankrupt.

Ooh! I actually worked on a play that used that cover as the music for one scene! It was a pretty wackadoo play - the premise was that it was a dystopian future and the country was so bankrupt that Congress repealed the 14th Amendment to bring back slavery. There's an African-American family that hears that if they can prove blood relation to a former president, they can be exempt from the ruling; there's a scene set on the National Mall where all such families are trying to sign up for that exemption, and the staging depicts it like some kind of demented carnival, and we used the Gourds' "Gin and Juice" cover for the music.

(This was the same play I've mentioned elsewhere, where I worked with Colman Domingo and wherein he also came up with his own slowed-down cover of a song for the opening scene - a gospel-tinged cover of "Hot In Herre".)
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 12:51 PM on December 7, 2016 [2 favorites]


I had this nagging feeling that this sort of thing had been done with The Pixies "Where Is My Mind" and I finally remembered I was thinking of this super short game trailer for Uncharted 4.
posted by peep at 1:44 PM on December 7, 2016


peep: That version is also played A LOT on the HBO show The Leftovers.
posted by Atom Eyes at 1:57 PM on December 7, 2016


It's strange but broadly true that if you do this to almost any pop song it becomes unbearably sad.

I feel like the patient zero for this, Mad World needs some sort of special dispensation here, as lyrically that is already an incredibly sad song. I mean, kind of the point of it is the ironic dissonance between the lyrical content and the presentation. The Gary Jules cover just strips it of the irony, which does give it a different take, but does make the song lose something as well.
posted by Jon Mitchell at 2:21 PM on December 7, 2016


This is the singer of that tormented version of What is Love.
posted by jouke at 3:26 PM on December 7, 2016


Oh, and as I lurch through my fifties a slow, haunting, intense and frankly downright creepy version of Teenage Kicks is becoming a possibility. And if I ever want people to stop talking to me altogether I might do it.
posted by Grangousier at 3:34 PM on December 7, 2016 [1 favorite]


Grangousier, I'm sure I've heard such a thing. Slow, but more acoustic and strummy than haunting and intense. Wikipedia's no help, though.
posted by whuppy at 6:37 PM on December 7, 2016


Just as a bit of clarification: I didn't mean to imply that Jaws 2 was especially masterful. Just that it actually had a chance to better than it turned out.
posted by ricochet biscuit at 6:54 PM on December 7, 2016


Another haunting theme cover on MeMu: Fame.
posted by divabat at 8:49 PM on December 7, 2016




I watched that Suicide Squad trailer over and over when it came out. I have not seen the movie, and by all accounts it is terrible, but watching that trailer again I can definitively say it works really well (as a trailer). Lots of da da da DAs to match the editing cuts. I like this stuff, too.
posted by zardoz at 11:20 PM on December 7, 2016


Ah, this reminds me that it's time to put together my collection of Christmas carols reworked into minor key to regale the family lo this festive holiday season.
posted by Mayor West at 11:44 PM on December 7 [2 favorites +] [!]

If you make this, I enjoin you to share it because angsty Christmas carols my favourite thing. I just want to be miserable while everything around me glitters!
posted by pseudonymph at 2:49 AM on December 8, 2016


There needs to be some kind of universal term for this kind of cover, so it can easily be uploaded and searched for on youtube or something.

Also you MeMu people need to start putting Dragonforce or something through this treatment.
posted by kafziel at 4:32 PM on December 8, 2016


Trailercore?
posted by kafziel at 4:36 PM on December 8, 2016 [2 favorites]


Found it! Portastatic's cover of Teenage Kicks.
posted by whuppy at 4:47 PM on December 8, 2016


john hadron collider: "it would be great if the films of 2017 followed Westworld's example and came up with plausible diegetic reasons that the characters are all super into pop song covers"

One of my favorite things about Bioshock Infinite was how they managed to shoehorn 60s/70s/80s pop into the game world via a mad scientist who pilfered them from our timestream just to turn them into the hottest barbershop quarter-and-calliope hits of 1912.

Samples:

Beach Boys - "God Only Knows"
REM - "Shiny Happy People"
Tears for Fears - "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"
Soft Cell - "Tainted Love"
Cyndi Lauper - "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Fortunate Son"

(Speaking of video games, I'm surprised no one's mentioned the original 2006 trailer for Gears of War.)
posted by Rhaomi at 6:48 PM on December 13, 2016 [1 favorite]


Alien: Covenant brought me back here. Nat King Cole - Nature Boy.
posted by sparklemotion at 8:25 AM on December 27, 2016


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