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PrinceWhateverer – What’s New Apple Bloom? (Parody of What’s New Scooby-Doo) | Rock

I like just simple fun music. I may not be the biggest fan of Scooby Doo, but I know that catchy theme song from one of its newer series. Prince Whateverer should knows it enough to turn this into a ponifide rock and roll themed of Applebooms obsession for the Great Seedling. I think this was very awesome and catchy spin that makes a lot of sense. Prince has his trademark guitar work and fast pace. His pardoy of the lyrics of the real theme is cute and falls right into the theme of mystery of the great seedling. Its nice to see Princes Whateverer do something this fun and creative. There’s not much more to say here. Give it a listen.

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Luck Rock – Fandom (Africa Parody) | Soft Rock / Jazz Fusion

Definitely among my top favorite releases of the year, Luck’s new song is a shining example of a heartfelt and passionate rendition of a classic, turned into an expression of community love and dedication. The timeless Africa by Toto get a whole new meaning, and Luck’s tender vocals are making us melt as we experience such an emotional ponification. As someone who loves the original, and who can relate to so many of those feelings, I was so very moved by this, and I will keep supporting Luck, and all of you in the community, for all of my life. Thank you all for everything you do..!!

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PrinceWhateverer & Djohn Mema – I’m Not Gay (feat. Sable Symphony) | Metal

There’s not only serious and deep songs that get made in the community, but also light-hearted and hilarious pieces like this awesome collab from PrinceWhateverer, Djohn Mema and Sable Symphony! Still showcasing much quality, the track brings some rocking spirit along the hilariously questionable lyrics, and it’s so lovely seeing the three lads gathering for such shenanigans, along a cover art by Dino Horse and typography by MokeDoesThings!

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The Melody Bros – Equestrian Roads (Take Me Home, Country Roads Parody) (feat. Roundtrip) | Country

MelodyBrony, Tyler Peace and Roundtrip teamed up for a very lovely ponification of the famous song Take Me Home, Country Roads from John Denver, and the result is so cute and blissful as we can just imagine ponies singing this in Equestria while traveling back home! It certainly feels like Equestria is our home, for us bronies stuck on Earth, and maybe we can still get there in some way!

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Pinkamena Party – THE GREAT AND POWERFUL TRIXIE PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS: RARITY’S MERRY & MAGICAL CHRISTMAS NEIGHTIVITY PAGEANT | Compilation Album | Various Genres

Better late than never! As to be expected with PP releases, viewer discretion may be advised.

HO! HO! HO! It’s that (late) time of the year (basically, Christmas ends on the 6th of January, but anyways), and Pinkamena Party delight us with a new album! Taking the concept of “destroying the birth of Jesus” the Crew created, for me, one of the best Christmas related PP album ever! With the likes of yours truly, Dynamite Grizzly, Schatz, Kakofonous A. Dischord, Supersaw Hoover, r_chase, CopyCat, mycutiemarkisagun and some new faces like Koron Korak with an almost 6 minutes dark ambient track, Drixale and Minty Love. We also have the return of Oyama (PeKaNo), and PERNE (Pernegyre).

All for destroying christmas as we know it, and all for amazing charities!

Download the album at Pinkamena Party’s bandcamp!

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Koron Korak – Pony Killer (Turbo Killer Parody) | Synthwave

Koron never ceases amazing us! After the very creative and artistic Vicious Circle until inner Emptiness, it’s time for yet another unique display of creativity and talent alike, with a ponified cover of Carpenter Brut’s Turbo Killer, full of personal meanings! You are pony killer… Pinkamena’s words from her mouth, amazingly animated in the video, are setting the atmosphere for such an intense and delightfully dark cover that showcases Koron’s skill at violin, expertly covering the original melodies through the instrument always making for much emotion! The whole video includes live action footage as well and it’s all such a stunning work of art, and tribute to Pinkamena Diane Pie aka Pinkie!

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PrinceWhateverer & Frozen Night – This is Nightmare Night (feat. Friends) (This is Halloween Parody) | Metal

Well here is the perfect song to get into the Nightmare Night mood. PrinceWhateverer  re-imagines the very familiar Nightmare Before Christmas hit to fit the pony holiday using his unique metal style, with the aid of his crew of friends. The many voices contribute amazingly with solo lines as well as haunting chorus parts (especially when they get to the la la-la-la crowd part). A perfect song for the end your October season, or just because you love a great song and parody – be sure to check out This is Nightmare Night!

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4everfreebrony – Working On The Farm (Ponification of “Waiting In The Weeds” by The Eagles) | Soft Rock

4everfreebrony is tugging at the heartstrings again, this time from Applejack’s point of view. In a tribute to an underappreciated Eagles hit, the longtime fandom alum sings a song to AJ’s parents letting them know what is happening with their family and how she has been feeling. As usual, everything from the guitar-work to the harmonies, to the production is spot on and you can’t help but get a bit emotional listening to the hardworking farm pony tell her mom and dad they could never be replaced.Touching and with the perfect amount of slice-of-life feel, Working on the Farm is another fantastic number in 4everfreebrony’s always impressive repertoire.

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Equestria Electric Symphony Orchestra – Thousand Pieces (Tusen Bitar Parody) | Classic Pop

New release from Equestria Electric Symphony Orchestra, and you know what that means! New tender and heartfelt pony song! This time it’s a ponification of Björn Afzelius’ Tusen Bitar and it’s so amazingly done! In memory of Björn Afzelius, this tune is also assimilated with Twilight and Spike and it’s always such a welcome alternate meaning.

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The Beatle Bronies – Did You Know I’ve Got a Secret | Classic Rock

Time for more ponifications of classic Beatles songs courtesy of The Beatle Bronies! Their tribute to Do You Want to Know a Secret doubles as a tribute to S05E19 The One Where Pinkie Pie Knows, and despite being short, the Classic Rock treat is as lovely as it can get, with qdBrony, Wootmaster, and P1K all doing a magnificent job with much passion and skill.