Musical Shares: Flo Corzelius

Flo Corzelius talks us through his Musical Shares, a mix of Rock, Hip Hop and classic German tunes.
By Tom Kingsnorth

Do you ride listening to music?
I usually do but sometimes I forget to charge my Ipod, or when I´m riding with a large group of friends, I prefer talking rubbish to them.

What was the worst album you ever bought?
That must be some Bravo-Hits-Special-CD for the Soccer-Worldcup in 2002, back in the days. Not sure though if that can even be considered as an album?

What song would you play at your wedding for the first dance?
I hope I´ll have some more years to figure that out!!!

What song would you want played at your funeral?
Better days by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, just seems to fit perfectly for that occasion.

What is the best song ever to be used in a video part?
Hard to say but as it is still one of my favourite parts of all time, I´d go for Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five by Paul McCartney in Eiki Helgasons Part from People Films “Nice Try”.
Runner Up would be 848 by Jim Jones feat Juelz Santana in Spencer Schuberts Part from “Holy Smokes” by KTC.

What was the first song you remember buying?
Fettes Brot – An Tagen wie diesen from the Album „ Am Wasser gebaut“, still some of the better lyrics in German HipHop.

What song is stuck in your head right now?
Ballad Of Dwight Fry by Alice Cooper, a friend showed it to me some weeks ago and I can´t stop listening to it. (Thank you Ethan!)

The World would be better if what band didn’t exist?
Tokio Hotel, without any doubt.

 If you could use any song for a part and money was no object what would you use?
Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven but in a shortened version of course.

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