Top Ten Songs with the Word "Fish" in the TitleMartin_Canine
The Top Ten
This is probably Scooter's best song, and definitely their best album. This was when the verses weren't ought to sound the absolute hardest, but also had some sort of melody to it, and also HP Baxxter even raps, not just shouts. Also, the sampled chorus perfectly blends into the song and is not randomly jammed in there. - Martin_Canine
The Little Trees and Creamy versions are identical, except for the vocals, and even those are quite similar. The beat is exactly the same. It's pure bubblegum dance pleasure, as good as it gets.
The song is the theme song of the animated movie of the same name, which is a lot of fun for the entire family. - Martin_Canine
Alternative hip hop group K.I.Z., who are by the way the best possible example for the German humor next to Die Ärzte, recorded a cover of the Scooter song "How Much is the Fish" for the tribute compilation "Hands on Scooter", which also features celebrities such as RnB singer Jan Delay, rappers Sido and Kitty Kat, and the American group Bloodhound Gang, who were even more successful over here than in their home country. None of the songs remotely sound like the original, often it's just a sample (Sido's and Kitty Kat's song just borrows a 2 second vocal sample that's looped). K.I.Z.'s song is the absolute highlight: it's a furious and insane tour de force including hangovers, cocaine farts and a hijacked plane - and a ludicrous beat. - Martin_Canine
Remember when I said "No Time to Chill" is their best album? This one may also claim this title. On here, their samples were much more rock based and they mixed a bit of other electronic music into it other than techno, it's definitely their most bombastic album, the electro counterpart to stadium rock. - Martin_Canine
I always thought this song positively sounds like an indie pop song from the mid-2000s, like "Bad Day" by Daniel Powter, "Beautiful" by Patrick Nuo or "Happy Ending" by MIKA. But no, it's from the same (equally great) 80s album that brought us "If I Was Your Girlfriend". - Martin_Canine
I must admit I mistook it for the rave song that plays in the episode, but yeah, this one is okay as well. That "la, lalala, la" will be stuck in your ear for quite some time. Just the intro is a bit too long. - Martin_Canine
As a Kanye fan, I must say that this is genius. They perfectly imitated his "808s & Heartbreak" style, musically and even though the lyrics are rudiculous nonsense, it is probably how it would sound like if he wrote a song about being a gay fish. - Martin_Canine
You know, I am sure that many will be amused by this song, but let me tell you this: think of your own pet. Think of your cats or dogs or hamsters. I am very sure that Miley Cyrus shows true emotion on here and just lets it all flow.
I wasn't sure about the final "damn" followed by a quick love but I think this is her commenting on her performance, like "damn, did this make me sad". - Martin_Canine
Was it too hard for people in the 30s or 40s or whenever this was released to get actual children performing in the song? I mean, it's not as bad as "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth", but holy, does this imitated child voice ruin the fun this could have been. - Martin_Canine
The guitar patterns on this song are sublime. - Gg2000
An instrumental where the only instrument throughout the song (apart from drums) is several layers of bass guitar. It's meant to be Chris Squire's showpiece. - Gg2000