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Latest Site Additions -> September 23, 2018

This is everything that was reviewed and approved for amIright on September 23, 2018. These are not items submitted on September 23, 2018, but rather items that were reviewed that day by site editors.

Performers with Handicaps -> Latest Entries

Dan Todd (Platinum Blonde) "Atenttion Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHA)"
Dan just can't sit still which is why he plays the drums.
Submitted by: Celeste

Lighter Side of Serious Bands -> Latest Entries

"20 Margaritas," Billy Vera, Billy Idol, Billy Joel, Billy Ocean
On the week ending on January 17, 1987 Gregory Abbott topped the charts with 'Shake You Down'. But there was something else notable as well. This very week was unique in that there were FOUR artists with the first name 'Billy' on the American Top 40 chart. At #5 was 'At This Moment' by BILLY VERA and The Beaters and it was rising up. At #17 was 'Love Is Forever' by BILLY OCEAN and it had slipped down a notch. At #28 was 'This Is The Time' by BILLY JOEL and it was climbing the chart. And at # 35 was 'To Be A Lover' by BILLY IDOL which peaked at #6 a few weeks prior. That's The Week Of Four 'Billy's - Vera, Ocean, Joel and Idol. Vera's song would soon become his only #1 hit. Billy Idol would score his only #1 later that year with 'Mony Mony' (famous for that UNIQUE chant that people added to it). The other 2 'Billy's had already had topped the chart before and would again later in the decade.
Submitted by: Billy Eugene

Hidden Messages -> Latest Entries

"Third Time Lucky," Foo Fighters
Right at the end of the title track, which closes the CD - there is a few seconds of silence and then Dave Grohl shouts out, 'F*** you, Darrell!'. This seems to be a playful jab at Darrell Thorp, who helped record the album. He said that the Foo Fighters were fun to work with, so that indicates that little outburst is really just a studio joke.
Submitted by: Shout It Out Loud, Brotha!

What A Band is Best Known For (aside from their music) -> Latest Entries

"The Leaving Song Part 2," All About Eve
In early August 1988, the band were about to perform their biggest hit on live television (at the time, the BBC had a rule on Top of the Pops that all artists mimed), but a technical fault meant that although the song could be heard by the studio audience and the millions of viewers in their homes, the band's stage speakers were turned off meaning for the majority of the performance they were just sitting and smiling at the camera. The following week, the band were invited back and singer Julianne Regan chose to sing live; this was rare for an artist to do at the time.
Submitted by: Joey F.

Add a Letter to a Song Title -> Latest Entries

"Binge Bong" originally "Bing Bong" by Peppa Pig
Regina Olsen

Songs for Duets, That Haven't Been Done Yet -> Latest Entries

Drivin' My Life Away From Here
"Drivin' My Life Away," Eddie Rabbitt and "Away From Here," The Enemy
How so? - Submitted by: Ralph

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song -> Latest Entries

"This Moment In Time," Engelbert Humperdinck
"At This Moment," Billy Vera & The Beaters
"I Wanna Love Him So Bad," The Jelly Beans
"I'm Gonna Make You Love Me," The Supremes & The Temptations
"Ashes," Pepper
"After The Fire Is Gone," Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn

Song Title Space Change -> Latest Entries

"Some Harts Are Diamonds" originally "Some Hearts Are Diamonds," Chris Norman
What dear deer!
Submitted by: Karen Smith

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

What More, Sarah? anagram of Sarah Whatmore Submitted by: Gus
Sarah M. Wore Hat anagram of Sarah Whatmore Submitted by: Ava Murphy

Song Title Anagrams -> Latest Entries

"Mastery Of Sid Harmon" originally "Master Of Disharmony," Dimmu Borgir
Submitted by: Ava Murphy
"Young Buck Den" originally "Bucky Done Gun," M.I.A.
A buck is a male deer. But lions live in dens!
Submitted by: Thomas Foolery
"Get Me... Ha ha!" originally "Mahgeetah," My Morning Jacket
Submitted by: Joe

Stupid Band Names -> Latest Entries

The Enemy
What a ridiculous thing to call your band! (Worse, there is more than one known band with this name.) Submitted by: Ralph

Names as a Word Bank -> Latest Entries

Lew, Tell Lib I Bat Ball Well from Talib Kweli Submitted by: Karen Smith

Band Name Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

Ten Gina originally "Jentina"
Brionna Secret

Products Bands Should Endorse Based on Their Name -> Latest Entries

Jellybean should endorse Jelly Belly
Submitted by: Brionna Secret

Movies Named After Song Titles -> Latest Entries

"Tree 63," Trey Songz
1995 film starring Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline
Submitted by: Hilary Nevis

Lyrics Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

"The Rainbow Song," Peppa Pig
The Lyrics:
Red and orange and yellow and green and purple and blue
Ed, and rorange, and grellow and yeen and blurple and pooh!
Submitted by: Brionna Secret