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Come on, this is a classic Rock'n'roll expression of sincerity that needs to be documented in an ORDERED LIST.
What about songs where the singer makes a sinus clearing noise during the song? 0:24 into http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhqSBOguStM
halfway through 'I Wake Up In City' by The Fall.
but about 20 seconds in to Memphis Will Be Laid Waste by Norma Jean, you can hear the singer clear his throat before the riffing starts.
by Elliott Smith.
He talks all over the start about getting the recording right...never understood it to be honest.
Does gargling count?
Drive like Jehu
and ^ STEVE HOLT!^
kellys old boss at the music zone where we used to work foolishly gave us a demo of his band, it was't too good but the first 5 seconds of the fisrt song was a super-detailed recording of him blowing his nose. we used to scare customers with it, it was amazing*
*i think you had to be there.
tho it was quite fisrty..
i used to work at music zone. high five.
by Lil' Wayne.
... i think (there's at least some minor mumbling mouth noises that could be throat-based)
"jesus gonna be here" is a massive Waits' throaty cough gargletastic episode
"Lady Friend" - Crosby (I've always assumed) coughs and says "can't even talk how can I sing?"
DISTURBED WERE ON
...side project. Centuries Of Sin, the first track possibly has the best throat clearing exercise fo all time! It's roughhh.
by the kills starts off with good ol' allison mosshart clearing her throat.
slurping or some kind of mouth noises on tweez.
Yeah. Apparently it was the cough at the beginning of the intro guitar solo that, upon hearing, prompted david gilmour to quit smoking.
i was going to say wish you were here...
just like Sweatleaf by Sabbath, Electric Wizard start a lot of thier songs coughing on a bong.
a track by Oxes on the album OXXXES...the band stop for a split second and take several deep breaths. ace.
Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah possibly (Maybe more of a sigh).
starts with the sound of a champagne cork leaving a bottle which is pretty cool, if totally irrelevant to the main thrust of this thread.
starts with a belch!