Top 10 Crazy Music Artist Collaborations that Might Just WorkThis is a list which you have to think hard about before you vote, but do consider it.
This is NOT a list for obvious suggestions; just for those you wouldn't expect.
I imagined this and thought it was crazy, the last thing one would expect, but then thought, why not? Besides, Yulunga and Shine on You Crazy Diamond put together would be beautiful! No further argument.
"Love will tear no satisfaction."
A very interesting combination, this would definitely be. Maybe deadmau5 could remix Unfinished Sympathy sometime.
Was going to put MA with Moby here, but then thought, that would be sensible. And excellent.
They are both very good singers, so how bad can they be together?
Bizarre, I admit, but I don't see how it could go wrong.
Eminem and Linkin Park, this would be a great collaboration.
Hey! Two artists I voted that should make a James Bond theme! Brilliant pairing! Maybe collaborate in making the next James Bond theme? Yes... it might just work indeed!
I just thought about this twice. It would actually be hilarious!
This would actually be great. It will have Eminem's rapping and Amy's awesome voice.
This is perfection! Think about how deep that music video would be!
Awesome collaboration. Amy's voice and Eminem's rapping.
Brian Wilson could perform Brian Wilson! And I think BNL would do an excellent version of Sail On, Sailor.
PositronWildhawk: This is my addition. I'm a big fan of both bands.
Who added THIS?!?! Agree in every way but was so surprised to see this. Does make sense, actually.
To see this happen would be legendary. Although I don't know how.
Oh, I can just imagine the wonderful and imaginative lyrics.
They both suck. So, I wouldn't be surprised.
Best rappers ever making a collaboration song would be the best song to ever exist.
Laugh out loud. This would be awesome.
I think it could work well.
Polka lounge music would be amazing!
I remember adding this over a year ago. How time flies. Still think it's about the best collab that never happened.
I like that idea. It would be quite good, I'm sure. Can also see BJ with the Propellerheads.
Almost. Bob Dylan and Paul Simon did a tour together in 1999 and often performed "The Sound of Silence" onstage together.