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So yesterday I made a mistake and went off into a whole world of depressing music. 

Today I'm going only positive but thought I'd play with the topic at hand. 

Simple rules, song must relate to virus, corona or be a word play on the two. 

Starter for 10.  My Corona - The Knack. 

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Anything by Anthrax, The Germs, or Berlin, Take My Breathe Away

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I was gonna say anything by The Cure, but I don't think that actually fits your description. 

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A four song Corona playlist.

 

The The - Infected

Robert Palmer - Doctor Doctor 

Huey Lewis and The News - I Wanna New Drug

The Doors - The End

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Calling Dr Love - KISS

While recovering Nurse Rozetta - Alice Cooper will look after me

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You could probably include this recent offering. 

 

 

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Bon Jovi - Bad Medicine

Bad Religion - Infected

Mayhem - Outbreak

Eye Hate God - Quarantined 

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Meatloaf - Bat out of Hell

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Here's another contender perhaps? Sensational track and video BTW. I was only eight when this album was released, so I can't say it was on my radar back then, although "Thin Lizzy" were always in the periphery on TV back in those days. What a sad loss Phil Lynott was.

 

 

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Mighty demo tape :wub: 

 

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Charlie - Virus.

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Corona - The Rythym of the Night. 

Here's an interesting video on the songs origins full of nostalgia from my "clubbing" days.

 

 

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I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post an actual good song in this thread because so far it's a collection of songs that would make me slit my throat before the virus got to me if I had to listen to them (well, maybe with the exception of the Y&T tune). 

Anyway, it's not directly about a virus or sickness or shit, but for whatever reason I keep thinking of this tune throughout all this social distancing craze;

 

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Sick Ta Death - Heart Throb Mob.

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