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And about the ninth hour, Jesus cried with a loud voice 'Eli, Eli, lmana shabachthani!', which means OH LORD MY GOD WHY HAST THOU FORSAKEN MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

--Matthew 27:46
  • So long as David Hasslehoff doesn't play the lead role.

    He already fucked up one broadway role. Sebastian Bach was supposed to have been waaay better.

  • And CAAAAAN you driiiiink the BLOOOOOD toniiiiighhht...?

    • And I think it's going to be a long long time
      'till touchdown brings me back around to find
      I'm not the man they think I am at home.
      Oh no no no
      I'm a vampire man...
    • And of course we probably wouldn't have to change a thing for Akasha's big entrance: The Bitch is Back.

      Sorry, but this is the shit that popped into my head when I first read the article. My brain and welcome to it...*heh*
    • How about:

      Turn around,
      turn around,
      let's see those fangs, now (faa-ngs, now)
      When the sun is all gone,
      You know those fangs are gonna drink you're blood (OOH, la-la-la-la/OOH, la-la-la-la...)


      The Vamp!
      Yeah, The Vamp
      The Vamp is back!
      I'm gonna give you the choice!/I never had...
      • MORE TERROR (From end of Act II)

        MANSION burns, Music swells.
        At crescendo enter LOUIS, who sings:

        You could never know what it's like.
        Your blood like winter freezes just like ice.
        And there's a cold lonely light that shines from you.
        You'll wind up like the wreck you hide behind that mask you use.
        And did you think this fool could never win?
        Well look at me, I'm coming back again.
        I got a taste of love in a simple way.

        And if you need to know while I'm still standing you just fade away.
        Don't you know I'm still standing better than I ever did.
        Looking like a true survivor, feeling like a little kid.
        I'm still standing after all this time.
        Picking up the pieces of my life without you on my mind.

        I'm still standing. yeah yeah yeah!
        I'm still standing. yeah yeah yeah!
        • Re: MORE TERROR (From end of Act II)

          You. Need. Help. Lots. of. Help.

          but that's why I like you.
  • Come out, come out, who ever you are!

    *da da dee da da da*

  • augh! get it out of my head!
  • *scratchs head* No modern music, but uh... Lestat becomes a rock star. How're they gonna pull that off. Big fans of the books, but have they read them?

    Oh lord, the carnage in store.
  • Its funny

    But I was just having a conversation about Anne Rice having very little taste. Goodbye Yellow brick road defiinitely has possibilities for manipulation in the production. Mmmm disney vampire homoerotica
  • Coming in 2008...

    The Two Towers of Song, musical composition by Phil Collins.

    "It's Tolkeineriffic!"
    • Re: Coming in 2008...

      It'll go well with Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Dune'.
      • Re: Coming in 2008...

        Personally, I'm waiting for Pete Townsend's version of "A Boy and his Dog" starring Frankie Muniz as Vic and Paul Reuben as the voice of Blood, the mutt.

        "You know, all dogs got to lick their balls, but my neck's sore, so how'z about helping ol' Blood out?!? HUH-HUH-HUH-HUH-HUH-HUH-HUH-HUH.."

        ..if I believed in it, I think I'd be going to hell right about now...
  • whimper...

    Please god no. Let me die.

    Well, I suppose they've finally found an excuse to work in a chorus of fearful mortals singing 'Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me...'

  • raar

    Saturday Night's All Right for BITING!
  • Vengeance Is Miiiine!

    I remember when rock was young
    Me and Louis had so much fun
    Holding hands and killing drones
    Had an old plantation and a tomb of my own
    But the biggest kick I ever got
    Was doing a thing called the Broadway Vamp Rock
    While the other kids were Rocking Round the Clock
    We were hopping and bopping to the Broadway Vamp Rock, well

    Vamp Rocking is something shocking
    When your feet just can't keep still
    I never knew me a better time and I guess I never will
    Oh lawdy mama those Friday nights
    When Louis wore his pants real tight
    And the Vamp Sucking was out of sight

    But the years went by and the rock just died
    Louis went and left me for some foreign guy
    Long nights singing like a record machine
    Dreaming of my Louis and his old blue jeans
    But they'll never kill the thrills we've got
    Burning up to the Broadway Vamp Rock
    Learning fast as the weeks went past
    We really thought the Broadway Vamp Rock would last
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