If you look up Richard Cheese, he does a lot of lounge-type covers to modern songs if you really have a favorite you want to perform to. Fun times. My default is Big Bad Voodoo Daddy or any old-style theme song from detective-type shows like Perry Mason. Oddly enough, the Blues Brothers has some good fun ones too..."Hey Bartender", you can shake up bottles of carbonated wine like Boone's Farm and explode them on the audience, haha!
Edited by: TIEDYECHICK at: 3/11/2012 (11:23)
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I personally have always been a fan of Squirrel Nut Zippers. I have also done routines to "Lullaby" by The Cure (SUPER sexy song!) and "4 out of 5" by Peter Bjorn and John. I was contemplating doing a werewolf-halloween themed one to "Wolf Like Me" by TV on the Radio. BY FAR the two best burleque song pics I've seen were "Under the Sea" where a dancer was dressed like the little mermaid, and "Don't Stand So Close to Me" by The Police where a dancer was dressed up like a Hogwarts schoolgirl and proceeded to bumb, grind, and strip to a picture of Professor Snape!
I was always tought never to use Top 40's songs, unless of course you use it in a way that no one saw some (aganist the norm - for example i did a zombie number to Gimme More by Britney Spears) So i use a lot of different stuff for my music.. anything from heavy metal to pop.. it really depends on what i feel like doing at the time and how i feel at the time.. :)
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