Paul Hardcastle

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Paul Hardcastle

by Samovar » Sep 17th 07 1:50 pm

I am lookig for the title of a piece of music by Paul Hardcastle? It is smooth jazz and it sounds Japanese or Chinese.

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by Wesli » Sep 17th 07 2:53 pm

Does it go like this?

"Ungtss ungtss ungtss ungtss ungtss ungtss. Ungts ahtz ungts ahts ungts ahts ungts ahts"

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by Samovar » Sep 17th 07 2:56 pm

Thanks for the attempt but I don't follow. :D

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by Eastree » Sep 18th 07 2:22 am

This thread reminds me of a couple Bash quotes >_>

First #88200
<Eternity> anyone got that year 3000 song on mp3 ?
<pb2k> the one about the year 3000 ??
<pb2k> lalalala ... year 3000 ... llalalalal ... etc one ??
<Eternity> yeah
<pb2k> sorry ... never heard of it ...
And also #23114
<+crystalis> un-tss
<+crystalis> un-tss
<+crystalis> un-tss
<+crystalis> un-tss
<+crystalis> un-tss
<@d1sturb3d> wtf?
<+crystalis> I'm a techno song
Any way, a quick Google search gives a lot of results, including one leading to the recording company he signed with, and one to MP3 downloads of many of his songs. I'm not familiar with Paul Hardcastle's work, so I don't know which song it is you mean.

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by fencerdenoctum » Sep 18th 07 4:42 am

There is a track that has a Shamisen and a shakuhachi over the ungtss ungtss business called Zen Warrior. Goes into sax and guitar after a bit, but definitely has some of what you describe.

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by Samovar » Sep 18th 07 11:55 am

Thanks for all your replies.

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by Marky » Sep 18th 07 12:10 pm

If you go to the iTunes store you can listen for free to 30 seconds of any song they sell. They also rank songs by popularity. Paul Hardcastle's most popular download is called "Rainforest". "Zen Warrior" is #12. I guess you have to have iTunes though (but it is free download). iTunes is very useful when trying to remember the name of a particular song.