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Examples include The Moog Cookbook ( alternative and classic rock songs done on Moog synthesizers ), Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine ( top 40, including punk, heavy metal, teen pop and indie rock performed in a Vegas lounge lizard style ), and Hayseed Dixie ( a play on the name AC / DC, they started covering AC / DC songs and progressed to other classic rock, playing them as bluegrass songs, similar to The Gourds ' version of " Gin and Juice ".
In the 2000s Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine has added to this resurgence by covering ( usually profane ) hit songs of other genres ( primarily metal and hip hop ) in the style of a lounge singer.
It was under Robert Young's guidance that the show gained in popularity, mainly due to his willingness to foster relationships with national media and with nationally-known and up-and-coming artists, including John Mammoser, Judy Tenuta, Emo Philips, Pinkard and Bowden, Wally Wingert, and Mark Davis ( Richard Cheese ).
Lexicographer Edwin Radford in To Coin a Phrase ( 1974 ) attributes the current usage to Richard Trehane, chairman of the English Country Cheese Council.
Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine covered the song in a comedic lounge-music style on their 2005 album Aperitif for Destruction.
In the 2000s Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine has added to this resurgence by covering ( usually profane ) hit songs of other genres ( primarily metal and hip hop ) in the style of a lounge singer.
* Richard Cheese covers rock and rap songs in the style of lounge music.
* It is parodied by Richard Cheese to resemble Christmas song.
Richard Cheese parodied the song in his 2002 album Tuxicity ( which itself is a take-off on the album's name ).
Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine covered this into a Lounge style song on their 2006 album, " Silent Nightclub ".
Richard Cheese covered the song on his 2004 album I'd Like a Virgin.
* Richard Cheese, stage name of the American singer and comedian Mark Jonathan Davis
* Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine, a cover band and comedy act
Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine recorded a lounge version of the song for their 2004 album I'd Like a Virgin.
* Lounge / comedy group Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine covered " Part II " on their 2006 album The Sunny Side of the Moon: The Best of Richard Cheese.
Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine covered the song in lounge music style on his 2004 album I'd Like a Virgin.
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* This song was covered by Richard Cheese on his 2000 album, Lounge Against the Machine and again released on the 2006 album, The Sunny Side of the Moon.
Richard Cheese recorded a lounge cover of the song on his 2004 album I'd Like a Virgin.
Mark Jonathan Davis ( born November 27, 1965 ), known by his stage name Richard Cheese, is an American musician and comedian.
He fronts Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine, a Los Angeles based cover band and comedy act, performing popular songs in a lounge / swing style reminiscent of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Tony Bennett.
Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine specialize in playing lounge-style arrangements of recent popular rock, metal, rap and hip hop songs, sung in a croony traditional swing vocal style, contrasting an elegant jazz treatment of the music with often profane and ribald lyrics to create a humorous dissonance.

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Richard Hofstadter has traced the sentimental attachment to the rural way of life, which he describes as " a kind of homage that Americans have paid to the fancied innocence of their origins.
Richard Aitson ( Kiowa-Apache ) has both an Indian and non-Indian audience for his work and is known for his fully beaded cradleboards.
The sociologist Richard Quinney has written about the relationship between society and crime.
* The Fatal Fury game series has two capoeira fighters, Richard Meyer and Bob Wilson, master and student.
This has been put forward by J. Richard Gott III, James E. Gunn, David N. Schramm, and Beatrice Tinsley, who said that asking what occurred before the Big Bang is like asking what is north of the North Pole.
The term Left Bank was first coined by film critic Richard Roud, who has described them as having " fondness for a kind of Bohemian life and an impatience with the conformity of the Right Bank, a high degree of involvement in literature and the plastic arts, and a consequent interest in experimental filmmaking ", as well as an identification with the political left.
Since the 1990s the term has been used ( interchangeably with " the Copernicus method ") for J. Richard Gott's Bayesian-inference-based prediction of duration of ongoing events, a generalized version of the Doomsday argument.
A common misconception is that Richard Childress Racing " owns the rights " to the No. 3 in NASCAR competition ( fueled by the fact that Kevin Harvick's car has a little No. 3 as an homage to Earnhardt and the usage of the No. 3 on the Camping World Series truck of Ty Dillon ), but in fact no team owns the rights to this or any other number: However, according to established NASCAR procedures, RCR would have priority over other teams if and when the time came to reuse the number.
Quixote has served as an important thematic source not only in literature but in much of art and music, inspiring works by Pablo Picasso and Richard Strauss.
In literature and journalism, Dartmouth has produced nine Pulitzer Prize winners: Thomas M. Burton, Richard Eberhart, Robert Frost, Paul Gigot, Jake Hooker, Nigel Jaquiss, Martin J. Sherwin, David K. Shipler, and Joseph Rago.
Because it demonstrates the fundamental limitation of the observer to predict experimental results, Richard Feynman called it " a phenomenon which is impossible ... to explain in any classical way, and which has in it the heart of quantum mechanics.
( One original member of Gypsy Fever, backing vocalist Richard Dennison, has remained with Parton's organization through the early 2010s, serving as a supporting vocalist, as well as the vocal arranger for Parton's band.
More than half of the footage filmed for Superman II by the originally credited director ( Richard Lester ) has been removed from the film and replaced with Donner footage shot during the original principal photography from 1977 – 1978.
Derrida warns against considering deconstruction as a mechanical operation when he states that “ It is true that in certain circles ( university or cultural, especially in the United States ) the technical and methodological “ metaphor ” that seems necessarily attached to the very word “ deconstruction ” has been able to seduce or lead astray .” Commentator Richard Beardsworth explains that
Derrida's thinking has inspired Slavoj Zizek, Richard Rorty, Ernesto Laclau, Judith Butler and many more contemporary theorists developed a deconstructive approach to politics.
In one response to Gettier, the American philosopher Richard Kirkham has argued that the only definition of knowledge that could ever be immune to all counterexamples is the infallibilist one.
The Design Academy Eindhoven has produced major Dutch designers, such as Maarten Baas, Marcel Wanders, Richard Hutten, Jurgen Bey, and Hella Jongerius.
" Richard Corliss of TIME gave the film a mixed review, praising Ehrenreich's performance, but claiming Coppola " has made a movie in which plenty happens but nothing rings true.
Richard Klemensen ’ s Little Shoppe of Horrors has a particular focus on " Hammer Horrors " and has continued publishing issues on an irregular schedule since 1972.
Varadkar in particular has been a strong proponent of small, indigenous business, advocating that smaller firms should benefit from the government's recapitalisation program Its former finance spokesman Richard Bruton's proposals have been seen as approaching problems from a pro-enterprise point of view.
Richard Dawkins has rejected the charge of " fundamentalism ," arguing that critics mistake his " passion "— which he says may match that of evangelical Christians — for an inability to change his mind.
J. Philippe Rushton has argued that the effect should be called the " Lynn-Flynn effect ", after Richard Lynn, " because it was actually the Lynn ( 1982 ) article in Nature that first identified the trend in recent times ( amongst the Japanese ).
In recent years English director writer, Richard Mazda, has re-introduced New York audiences to the Grand Guignol.
He has a brother, Richard.

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