Songs that remind you of a WET FLANNEL

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The problem with most of these singers is that they stick to the pop scale as though one blue note would open up the ground and send them to hell.

I need just a little bit of the blues scale in there. It doesn’t need to be Stevie Wonder, just mix it up a bit loves!

That’s just my preference though. Melodies that bounce around the keyboard missing every blue note just sound like nursery rhymes to me.
 

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Now we've had both Bunton and Nurding I have nothing to add. Possibly the one from Atomic Kitten who covered Woman In Love. They can all hold a tune, but have the most lifeless, dreary vocals.
 

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I'll tell you who served up some suprisingly weak sauce a few times: George Harrison. This is the musical equivalent of airbrushing. Sold well in the US.

 

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Clapton's Wonderful Tonight really grinds my gears in terms of tedious middle aged man rock.
 

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Clapton's Wonderful Tonight really grinds my gears in terms of tedious middle aged man rock.

And the Damage version was even worse.

If you weren’t aware that existed or had wiped it from your memory, I sincerely apologise.
 

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At Christmaaaaaaassssss….zzzzzz

Siobhan clearly looking for the nearest toilet window to make her escape.
 

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I've been doing a bunch of NOW! That's What I Call Music album clip quizzes on Sporcle while i've been ill and came across this again. Proper WET.
 

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I mean, YES, but I raise you this


Basically a lot of what this bitch has done
Throw in ‘We’re Not Gonna Sleep Tonight’ where she tries to be baaaad :horny:
 

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Basically every Emma Bunton song is a wet flannel, let's be clear. Her voice is like boiled water gone cold.

:oi: ’Maybe’ begs to differ.

I was going to list a few more, but even the good ones good be accused of being a little wet :(
 
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In greek I use none, so it's just bide, we don't add the ee sound in the end.
In english am adding the ee sound cause for some reason it's always there when words are french ie touché becomes too-shay, toupee becomes too-pay and so on.
 

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In greek I use none, so it's just bide, we don't add the ee sound in the end.
In english am adding the ee sound cause for some reason it's always there when words are french ie touché becomes too-shay, toupee becomes too-pay and so on.

I guess the only different is the start of the word. I’ll wait for someone to tell me anyway, I come from a family where my sister used to say TORLET instead of toilet until kids are school laughed at her
 
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Emma Bunton really is the queen of the WET FLANNEL isn't she?
We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight is the whatsapp group anthem for a girls night out that NOBODY WANTS TO ATTEND!



"Spoons is a bit boring, wish I was on sofa in jimjams with you babe :( x"
 

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