Talk:Sensurround

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This is interesting, I just heard "Sensurround - Alternative Verision" on the TMBG Clock Radio, and it is not the version on the MMPR soundtrack (which I own solely for that song). Are you all sure that the MMPR version is the "Alternative Version"? - Sir_ZMan

--Ok, I just heard "Sensurround" on TMBG Clock Radio, and this is the same version that is on the MMPR CD... So either the TMBG Clock Radio (and then TMBG by association) are wrong and the MMPR version is in fact the alt. version, or we are wrong on here and hte MMPR version is the origional version. Thoughts? - Sir_ZMan

Is it called "Sensurround" or "SenSurround"? I've seen both...according to the MMPR cover, it's "SenSurround", but Wikipedia says that the system itself is called "Sensurround", with the lowercase "s". ~Anna Ng: The Only TMBG Fan In Her Class

It's written like this on the S-E-X-X-Y EP.
Is it possible that the MMPR version is spelled "SenSurround" and the S-E-X-X-Y version is "Sensurround", maybe? Just a random thought. I'm probably wrong. ~Anna Ng hears your words. 05:08, 6 April 2007 (UTC)

Backing vocals[edit]

On the version labeled "Alternate Version" on the Clock Radio, are Linnell's backing vocals in the second half of the song actual words, or is it just yelling? Because, as far as I can tell, he's saying, "Wensig! Wensig!" or possibly "Wind sticks! Wind sticks!" (though that doesn't make ALL that much more sense...) ~ Magbatz 03:20, 6 December 2006 (UTC)

He says "...round, Sen-sur-round, Sen-sur...". tgies 11:58, 26 January 2007 (UTC)
Yay, thanks for answering that, I always wondered. That was so logical too, and clear as day, huh. ~ magbatz 15:25, 26 January 2007 (UTC)

Which one's the alternate version?[edit]

Okay, I'm confused. This page, which is supposed to be for the original version of the song, states that it is actually the faster remake that was on the Power Rangers soundtrack. The SenSurround alternate version page states that it was the original version. The Power Rangers soundtrack page states that the faster remake is what was used on the album. I corrected the information, switching the two trivia sections, but it was reverted without explanation. So... what's going on? --172.130.131.59 02:03, 3 February 2007 (UTC)

Where does the Power Rangers OST page say that the faster version is on the album? Anyway, I've moved (Alternate Version) to (Soundtrack Version), this should help make things clearer. -CapitalQtalk ♪ 02:18, 3 February 2007 (UTC)
Hmm... I guess I misread that. Anyway, I was not aware until recently that there was more than one version of the song. The articles had the alternate version released first and the apparent remake released earlier. That's what got me confused. Sorry about the mess. --172.130.131.59 02:31, 3 February 2007 (UTC)
Having reread the page (and your most recent edit), I see I misread more than I thought. Again, I apologize, I'm tired as hell. The reason I'm interested in all this is that I owned the Power Rangers movie soundtrack back in the late 90s when I lived in Germany, but it has since been lost. Rather than spend some $20 for another one (or $50, if I want it new, which I do), I have been downloading the songs and I want to get the exact version of the Sensurround song that was on the soundtrack. The one I downloaded is 3:05; I have listened to it, and it seems to be the same version, from what I can remember. The time on the Soundtrack version page matches this, but is there any chance that you have the album and could double check? If you could do that, it would be greatly appreciated; if you can't, I'll understand and I thank you, anyway. Again, And I apologize for all the confusion. --172.130.131.59 02:52, 3 February 2007 (UTC)
3:05 is, indeed, the length of the Power Rangers Soundtrack version (checked my copy). As for the misunderstanding, it's fine. The page title was pretty confusing as "Alternate Version," especially since it came first. :) -CapitalQtalk ♪ 02:57, 3 February 2007 (UTC)
Thank you very much! I also checked the Sensurround chronology page you just edited and the version I have has the "ba ba ba" vocals mentioned there. With that and your confirmation of the song's length, I know I have the correct version and can move on to the rest of the soundtrack – I have eight songs down, four to go, including "Kung Fu Dancing", which, as you know, is actually the sixth song – but it's so rare, it's hard to get. Anyways, thanks again for your help, for renaming the page, and for tolerating my insanity. :) --172.130.131.59 03:05, 3 February 2007 (UTC)

TMBG in Rockband[edit]

i think this would be a good song for a videogame like rockband because this is just a fun song and would be really cool to sing,drum,play guitar, and play bass on it with a bunch of friends (without forming a real band) what yu guys think about that idea?

I think it would be cooler to form a real band. --Oddjob 14:23, 4 December 2007 (UTC)
I disagree. ~ magbatz 16:12, 4 December 2007 (UTC)
I'd buy ANY TMBG song for Rock Band. --WhatIsThatThing 21:01, 4 December 2007 (UTC)
I find that Dr. Worm is a good choice for a game such as Rock Band, as well. However, I think that every song should be released as a package, because some songs are just too perfect to pass up. Mr. 77
I agree with Oddjob here ;) --ΰΌΊπ„žπ„†β“†β“€β“”β“›βŽˆβ’Ήβ“žβ“œβ“œβ“β“–β“”π„‡ΰΌ» 20:50, 9 February 2010 (UTC)
Some People don't possess the musical talent needed to for an actual band. Therefore, RockBand would seem like a good alternative. -- DigeGuy (ΰ€† ΰ€œ) 23:50, 4 April 2010 (UTC)

Sad to say, TMBG will never be on Rock Band, because they are owned by the WMG. But this doesn't mean that we can't dream. ;) -- Jason DeLima - ! - 01:31, 5 April 2010 (UTC)

Hey Mr DJ[edit]

Never heard this before today believe it or not. Kinda reminds me of the main chorus of Hey Mr DJ stretched out for too many minutes!