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EDIT: Credits: Shadow Wizard's comment.
Here's part of the lyrics:
Travelling the world from side to side
From Pocket Mountain to the Apple's eye
Like a misanthrope on Halloween I'm hiding
Under a tapestry of stone hung from the sky
You can read the full lyrics, following this link.
Bebs has already got the ident nailed, but I thought I'd add a little more info...
The picture is post-Woodstock, btw.
1970 - after Tyrannosaurus Rex but before the full-blown glam of T.Rex. The picture was originally in colour & was used as the album cover for the first album after the name change - T.Rex
It wasn't an AI, it was a disabled man using a 'talker', similar to the one made famous by Steven Hawking. The rest of your info was spot on - enough for me to recognise it immediately.
Roger Waters - Radio K.A.O.S. - 1987
It was Waters' second solo album after his split from Pink Floyd in
1985. Like his previous and future studio albums and many works ...
The last facet of Lords of Thunder, but absolutely positively not the least, is its aural experience. Though the sound effects and all are good standard fare, the immediate standout of the sound design is the music. Produced by T's Music
Their website: http://www.tsmusic.co.jp/
Clinton's well-known 1992 campaign theme song was Fleetwood Mac's 1977 hit "Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow," which gave the song new life, and convinced the group to briefly reunite for Clinton's inauguration. Clinton personally insisted on the song despite his advisors' doubts, so it's safe to call him a fan.
However, neither that song, nor anything ...
On the disc cover (vinyl edition) it says that artists are Roscoe Joyce, Davey Plunkett, Joe Priest, Richard Lather, Mick Michaels. This is as far as I could find, when I did look up in 2010.
Obviously Roscoe Joyce is fictional character, but could be the fifth musician (head of the "Violet Sedan Chair").
My guess is that Roscoe Joyce is J. J. Abrams ...
The short answer:
This is based on some old blues songs that influenced the band. Some of the lyrics are from blues singer Albert King's song "The Hunter,"(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHxsjJ3BdLQ) and much of the song was derived from Howlin' Wolf's "How Many More Years." (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpKB6OZ_B4c)
Some other Led ...
Someone compiled here Jesse Pinkman's playlist.
Get Low - Pudge
Hook 'em horns - Johnny Ringo
Dirty South Hustla - Carolina Slim
My Rims - Chops
Keep ballin' - Trump
Money - D R Period
Raise Hell - M.O.P Mash out posse
Up in the club - The trak kartel
Unga bunga - Flavor flav
Digital Animal - Honey claws
1977 - Ana Tijoux
I contacted the company that made de song, extremEMusic.
They didn't reveal the identity of the female lead singer; However they listed other tracks where she sings:
Thanks for your email. The composers used a session singer, she sings on the following tracks in the catalogue:
From the album Dark Country 4:
Cruel Cruel World
Hang Down Your Head
The band is Engrama. It has only two members, one drums (the woman in your video) and one guitar (the guy).
In this music video of them, you will see animated pictures of them that matches the Second Life game.
Band's stickers? Odd.
Image #1 - Addict X Mishka Co-Lab: Joint venture between Addict and Mishka clothing lines. The veiled bear image can be seen halfway down the page.
Image #2 - Mishka Death Adders: A NYC clothing company product logo.
Image #3 - Radiohead 'Kid A' Bear: Used for Radiohead's 2001 "Kid A" release, and then sparingly after that, until ...
According to comments provided by the original poster, the band is Alt-J, a ten year old English indie rock band perhaps best known for their Maurice Sendak referencing track "Breezeblocks." Their name is a computer key code for the triangle-shaped Greek letter delta which is often used to mean the word "change."
the only thing that comes to my mind is the song Axel F by Harold Faltermeyer:
Although i've seen this song referenced as "Axel F by Harold F".
No further ideas, sorry!
This is identified at the same link you provided as:
"Te Quiero a Ti" by the California Brass
Although it's pretty clearly the same song (that dissonant opening riff on the horn is pretty distinctive), it seems that they changed the title and the lyrics for the Spanish version --which is not unusual.
It's worth noting that the playlist is listed in full ...
Finally found it by reading the word : dust. The band name is Empire Dust : https://twitter.com/empiredust
[EDIT] Previous link is not working anymore, here's a new one : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chNUvBIeBlU
Your description males me think of the Merrell Twins.
They are both brunettes with brown eyes.
In the music video of their song Expectation vs Reality, one plays the piano (and the video comes from their youtube account):
The first thing I thought of when you were describing this was "The Champion" by Carmen.
This 1985 hit is epic rock with a Christian message, and a musical-like feel. It describes a battle between Jesus and Lucifer in a storytelling style.
norcal johnny pointed me to the right direction. The song I was looking for was indeed The Hunter, but covered by Free.
Hence, the album I was listening that day was Free - Tons of SOBs.
What made it difficult to find is that in this version, the singer says "Ain't no use to hide".
I dug around and found that the band is Gypsy Fever and the album is Passion. The band are a South Korean and African duo. It's on CDBaby and on Amazon I believe, iTunes too.
And the tracks are
Rumba de Ungelita
Historia de un amor