Of Montreal Contest Winners & Karaoke Playlist

Thanks everyone for entering our Sing Indie Rock Karaoke With Of Montreal Contest. After patient and dutiful deliberation, camp Of Montreal has returned with the name of our Grand Prize winner, none other than one Griffin Walker. Congrats Griffin, and check your email! You are the only person walking into Studio B this Saturday guaranteed a song with the world’s greatest karaoke band. Griffin will sing Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” with Kevin and crew, and he’ll have an extra ticket so a friend can attest to this later that night while cruising. (We know a couple of other people picked that song, too, but Griffin was whom OM chose. Sorry! But know that you’re our backups in case GW doesn’t answer our email.) The contest runners-up are Matthew Sklar, who shrewdly preyed upon our affinity for Joe Jackson with his selection, “Steppin’ Out”; and Dan Crawford, who caught us in one of our “‘Web In Front’ is the greatest album opener ever” moods (besides, how great would it have been to see OM cover Archers Of Loaf?!). Both of you get a pair of tickets each … and there’s hope still for your fronting OM.

If you’re going Saturday night, here’s what you need to know: Everybody has a chance to sing with the band. The sign-up list will be presented near the entrance; you jot down your name, and they’ll chose song-singers, raffle-style. And this is worth noting: Of Montreal tell us they are giving “huge priority” to folks who come in costume — and the more outlandish the getup, the greater your chances. (There may even be a costume contest, but don’t hold ‘em to it.) Worker bees will hand out lyric sheets at the event and there may be a side-screen projector during the show.

And after all that madness, a full set of Of Montreal! Can’t wait to see Kevin’s “attire.”

So if you wanna get prepared (or are just curious), take the jump for the band’s final master karaoke list. It does not disappoint.

Of Montreal’s Master Karaoke Playlist
ABBA – “Dancing Queen”
Big Star – “September Gurls”
Boston – “More Than A Feeling”
Buzzcocks – “Ever Fallen In Love”
Cheap Trick – “Surrender”
Clash – “Train in Vain”
David Bowie – “Moonage Daydream”
David Bowie – “Starman”
David Bowie – “Suffragette City”
David Bowie – “Hang On To Yourself”
Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers – “Islands In The Stream”
ELO – “Don’t Bring Me Down”
Fleetwood Mac – “Little Lies”
Foreigner – “Hot Blooded”
Gnarls Barkley – “Crazy”
Guided by Voices – “Motor Away”
Guns N Roses – “Sweet Child O’ Mine”
INXS – “Need You Tonight”
Journey – “Don’t Stop Believin'” (performed by Griffin Walker)
Kinks – “All Day And All Of The Night”
Marvin Gaye – “Let’s Get It On”
Pavement – “Cut Your Hair”
Pixies – “Here Comes Your Man”
Prince – “Raspberry Beret”
Spinal Tap – “Tonight I’m Gonna Rock You Tonight”
Steve Miller – “The Joker”
Violent Femmes – “Blister In The Sun”
Rolling Stones – “Rocks Off”

Of Montreal Songs Folks Can Sing If They Don’t Want To Do A Cover
“Party’s Crashing Us”
“Requiem for O.M.M. 2″
“Suffer For Fashion”
“Bunny Ain’t No Kind Of Ryder”

Thanks Of Montreal, and thanks NY Mag! Winners, check yer email. See ya Saturday!

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