If you like the devil wears prada help!!!?

I love the devil wears prada and I want to know every song of theirs that includes them singing... like louder than thunder, dez moines. Etc. Please help 10 stars to best answer!!!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I think everyone that has answered so far has misunderstood your question, or they are trying to help you but do not actually listen to TDWP. Let me give it a shot.

    Jeremy - The "Clean" vocalist for TDWP sings in ALMOST every single song on all 3 cd's. Here are the names of the songs from the first CD "Dear love and beautiful discord" That have clean vocals.

    1. Dogs can grow beards all over

    2. And the sentence trails off

    3. Rosemary had an accident

    4. Swords, Dragons, and diet coke

    5. Who speaks spanish colon quesadilla (There are clean vocals in this song but... Its more of a choir and not Jeremy alone)

    6. Texas is south

    7. Modify the pronunciation (This song may be one of the greatest ever written in my opinion)

    8. Salvation

    The next CD is "Plagues" which he literally sings at least something in every song.

    1. Goats on a boat

    2. Number three never forget

    3. HTML rulz dood

    4. Hey John whats your name again

    5. Dont drink and drance

    6. You cant spell crap without "C"

    7. This song is called this song is called

    8. Reptar, king of the ozone

    9. The scorpion death lock

    10. Nickles is money too

    And finally "With roots above and branches below" In which he also sings something in every song.

    1. Sassafras

    2. I hate buffering

    3. Assistant to the regional manager

    4. Dez moines

    5. Big wiggly style

    6. Danger wildman

    7. Ben has a kid

    8. Wapakalypse

    9. Gimme half

    10. Louder than thunder

    11. Lord Xenu

    Basically... TDWP is my Favorite band and has been for the past 4 years. They are incredible live (I have seen them 5 times), They continue to better there music and I really don't know what I would listen too if they didn't exist.

    And as you can see... out of 33 songs.. (They also cover "Still Fly" which has Jermey doing clean vocals) There are clean vocals in 29 of them (30 if you count "Still Fly" and two out of the 33 are instrumentals with no vocals period that are on the first CD. So they only play ONE song without clean vocals that isn't an instrumental which is "Gauntlet of solitude" from the first CD but it is still an incredible song.

    I hope that helps. And Just keep listening to them. Every song will grow on you and you will love them. There lyrics are so powerful and uplifting and they represent the one and only.. Our lord and Savior.. Jesus

    Give God all the glory.

  • 1 decade ago

    Dear Love : A Beautiful Discord

    1. "The Ascent" 1:10

    2. "Gauntlet of Solitude" 2:42

    3. "Dogs Can Grow Beards All Over" 3:29

    4. "And the Sentence Trails Off..." 4:13

    5. "Rosemary Had an Accident" 5:10

    6. "Redemption" 0:52

    7. "Swords, Dragons, and Diet Coke" 4:06

    8. "Who Speaks Spanish? Colon Quesadilla" 3:58

    9. "Texas Is South" 6:08

    10. "Modeify the Pronunciation" 4:35

    11. "Salvation"

    Plagues:

    1. "Goats on a Boat" 4:23

    2. "Number Three, Never Forget" 3:41

    3. "HTML Rulez D00d" 3:56

    4. "Hey John, What's Your Name Again?" 3:46

    5. "Don't Dink and Drance" 2:59

    6. "You Can't Spell Crap Without the "C"" (featuring Craig Owens) 3:30

    7. "This Song Is Called" 4:25

    8. "Reptar, King of the Ozone" 3:10

    9. "The Scorpion Deathlock" 3:50

    10. "Nickels Is Money Too"

    With Roots Above & Branches Below:

    1. "Sassafras" 3:16

    2. "I Hate Buffering" 3:05

    3. "Assistant to the Regional Manager" 3:37

    4. "Dez Moines" 4:04

    5. "Big Wiggly Style" 4:13

    6. "Danger: Wildman" 4:01

    7. "Ben Has a Kid" 3:57

    8. "Wapakalypse" 3:44

    9. "Gimme Half" 4:21

    10. "Louder Than Thunder" 2:37

    11. "Lord Xenu"

    x

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Wow, that's a hard one. o_o I absolutely love both of those bands! Underoath...hm. Good band, good band. I like the old Underoath better though. The Underoath without Spencer. I don't know...I just prefer them in Cries of the Past. Back before they were considered "post-hardcore." The Devil Wears Gucci! Mhm. I have serious respect for them. I've never listened to a band as much as I listen to them. Their music is inspirational and all around christian. Haha! It's kind of wierd how everyone likes "Hey John, What's Your Name Again?" Yeah...I get it. The song is amazing, but not the best TDWP song. :) Overall...The Devil Wears Prada is more of my cup of tea. ;)

  • 1 decade ago

    haha I think the people got confused with the movie of "The Devil Wears Prada"

    here you go!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_Wears_Prada...

    check out the three albums and look into them. They have all the songs once

    you click each album.

    cheers!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yep here's the link, once on it scroll down to the albums which is under Discography then You'll see their 3 albums click on each of them and it will show you the songs that are on the album. =)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_Wears_Prada...

    Hope i helped. =)

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_W%E2%80%A6

    check out the three albums and look into them. They have all the songs once

    you click each album.

    Source(s): hope ive helped :)
  • 1 decade ago

    Suddenly I See"

    Written and Performed by K.T. Tunstall

    Courtesy of Virgin Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Jump"

    Written by Madonna, Stuart Price and Joe Henry

    Performed by Madonna

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Vogue"

    Written by Madonna and Shep Pettibone

    Performed by Madonna

    Courtesy of Sire Records

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Bittersweet Faith"

    Written by Shana Halligan and Kiran Shahani

    Performed by Bitter : Sweet

    Courtesy of Quango Music Group, Inc.

    By Arrangement with Zync Music Inc.

    "City of Blinding Lights"

    Lyrics by Bono

    Music and Performed by U2

    Courtesy of Universal-Island Records Ltd.

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Crazy"

    Written by Seal and Alan Sigsworth

    Performed by Alanis Morissette

    Courtesy of Maverick Recording Company

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Sleep"

    Written by Maria Taylor & Orenda Fink

    Performed by Azure Ray

    Courtesy of Warm Electronic Recordings

    "Beautiful"

    Written by Moby (as Richard Melville Hall)

    Performed by Moby

    Courtesy of V2 Records/Mute Ltd.

    "Les Yeux Ouverts (Dream a Little Dream)"

    Written by Fabian Andre, Wilbur Schwandt and Gus Kahn

    Performed by The Beautiful South

    Courtesy of Go! Disc / London Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enteprises

    "Our Remains"

    Written by Shana Halligan and Kiran Shahani

    Performed by Bitter : Sweet

    Courtesy of Quango Music Group, Inc.

    By Arrangement with Zync Music Inc.

    "How Come"

    Written and Performed by Ray Lamontagne (as Ray LaMontagne)

    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label

    By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment

    "Tres Tres Chic"

    Written by Mocean Worker (as Adam Dornblum) and Gary McFarland

    Performed by Mocean Worker

    Courtesy of Palm Pictures, LLC

    (contains a sample of "Flea Market"

    Performed by Gábor Szabó (as Gabor Szabo)

    Courtesy of The Verve Music Group

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises)

    "Time Will Tell"

    Written by Nathan Khyber and Clark Stiles

    Performed by The Good Listeners

    "Blue at Couch"

    Written and Performed by Kenji Nakamura

    Courtesy of Non Stop Music, Inc.

    "I Don't Love Anyone"

    Written by Stuart Murdoch, Richard Colburn, Mick Cooke (as Michael Cooke),

    Stuart David, Christopher Geddes, Stevie Jackson (as Stephen Jackson) and Isobel Campbell

    Performed by Belle & Sebastian

    Courtesy of Matador Records / Jeepster Recordings Ltd.

    "Seven Days in Sunny June"

    Written by Matthew Johnson, Derrick McKenzie, Rob Harris, Jay Kay (as Jason Kay) and Sola Akingbola

    Performed by Jamiroquai

    Courtesy of Epic Records and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

    By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment

    "Every Angel"

    Written by Chris Trapper

    Performed by The Push Stars

    Courtesy of The Push Stars

    "Here I Am (Kaskade Remix)"

    Written by David Morales, Tamra Keenan and Alex Shantzis

    Performed by David Morales with Tamra Keenan

    Courtesy of Ultra Records, Inc.

    "Feelin' Hypnotized (Black Liquid Remix)"

    Written by Angel Alanis, DJ Colette (as Colette Marino) and Christopher Penny

    Performed by DJ Colette

    Courtesy of OM Records

    "Dance Floor (Le D Remix)"

    Written by Roy Shakked

    Performed by The Tao of Groove

    Courtesy of Groove Gravy Records

    "Vato Loco"

    Written by H. Sanchez, Karl Perazzo (as K. Perazzo) and M. Pinate

    Performed by Latin Soul Syndicate

    Courtesy of Lovecat Music

    By Arrangement with Ocean Park Music Group

    "Yeah Yeah Brother"

    Written by Shaun Ryder

    Performed by Black Grape

    Courtesy of Radioactive, J.V. / Geffen Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

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