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All Time Low (Jon Bellion) | Sounds Like | The Boxer (Simon and Garfunkel)

All Time Low by Jon Bellion The Boxer by Simon and Garfunkel

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Sing the lie-la-lie part from the Boxer all the way through the All Time Low song.



Blow Me (Pink) | Sounds Like | What You Know (Two Door Cinema Club)

Blow Me (One Last Kiss) by Pink What You Know by Two Door Cinema Club

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The guitar riff in Blow Me (One Last starts immediately, while the riff in What You Know starts a few seconds in.



Thinking of You (The Colour Field) | Sounds Like | Cracklin' Rosie (Neil Diamond)

Thinking of You by The Colour Field Cracklin' Rosie by Neil Diamond

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Thinking of You (:41) VS Cracklin' Rosie (:00)



Hymn For The Weekend (Coldplay) | Sounds Like | Tell Me (Groove Theory)

Hymn For The Weekend by Coldplay Tell Me by Groove Theory

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Coldplay's Hymn for the Weekend (released January 25, 2016) has a similar groove, verse vocal melody, and verse chord progression (relatively speaking) as Groove Theory's mid-90's chart-topper Tell Me (released September 5, 1995). Hymn for the Weekend's chorus vocal melody is also reminiscent of the intro vocal melody to fun's We Are Young, and Fabolous' Throw It In The Bag. Compare the melodies for the lines "[So if by the] time the bar closes and you feel like falling down" with "I-Oh-I-Oh/Got me feeling drunk and high."

Hymn for the Weekend (:44) VS Tell Me (:21) [verse vocal melody and groove]

Hymn for the Weekend (1:48) VS We Are Young (:41) [chorus vocal melody]

Hymn for the Weekend (1:48) VS Throw It In The Bag (Fabolous) (1:37)



Lifesaver (Sunrise Avenue) | Sounds Like | Sukiyaki (4pm)

Lifesaver by Sunrise Avenue Sukiyaki by 4pm

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Also sounds like I Found A Girl by The Vamps.



Stitches (Shawn Mendes) | Sounds Like | Stutter (My Darkest Days)

Stitches by Shawn Mendes Stutter by My Darkest Days

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It sounds like Stiches is using the same melody as Stutter but slower and with spaces in between notes.



Love Me (The 1975) | Sounds Like | Fame (David Bowie)

Love Me by The 1975 Fame by David Bowie

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While British rock band The 1975 seems to be taking a nostalgic turn with their sophomore album, their lead single "Love Me", though brand new, sounds like something we've heard before. Right from the start, the opening riff and music are nearly identical to David Bowie's celebrated hit "Fame". And though it's possible (undeniable, really) that the indie band was attempting to channel the glam rock legend, the entire arrangement is just too "poppy" (and pink!) from what we're used to hearing. I mean, come on, it's like "Fame" debuted in 1975 and then was re-released forty years later by The 1975!



U + Ur Hand (Pink) | Sounds Like | Hair of the Dog (Nazareth)

U + Ur Hand by Pink Hair of the Dog by Nazareth

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The electric guitar part from Pink's U + Ur Hand (released August 28, 2006) is reminiscent of the electric guitar riff from Nazareth's hard rock classic Hair of the Dog (released January 1, 1975). Hair of the Dog has also been covered by Guns N' Roses, Deep Purple, and is featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned.

U + Ur Hand (:03) VS Hair of the Dog (2:16)



Chandelier (Sia) | Sounds Like | Heart Attack (Demi Lovato)

Chandelier by Sia Heart Attack by Demi Lovato

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The chorus vocal melody to Australian singer-songwriter Sia's Chandelier (March 17, 2014) is similar to the chorus vocal melody to Demi Lovato's Heart Attack (released February 24, 2013). While Chandelier is in the key of Db major, and Heart Attack is in F minor, they have very similar melodic lines: "Swing from the chan-de-li-ers" (C-Bb-Ab-F-Gb-Ab-Db), and "You make me glo-o-o-o-o-ow" (C-Bb-Ab-F-G-Ab-Eb-C-Bb) and the melody for the line "sho-o-o-o-o-ow" (F-G-Ab-Db-C-G).

Chandelier (:44) VS Heart Attack (:44)

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