Evil Plotbunny (hhertzof) wrote,
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Dear Jukebox Fest Writer

My Dear, Adored Jukebox-Fest writer,

Welcome to my journal. Glad you've come. Have a chair, sit down, enjoy the scenery. I've tried not to be too difficult in my requests, but it's hard to tell sometimes.

I'm very easy to write for, I promise. I like canon and backstory, snark and witty banter, capers and proper adventures and characterization pieces. I'd rather not have anything above PG-13 (horror or smut)- though I don't mind shipping (het/femslash/slash are all fine, incestuous pairings, not so much), I'm not really in this for the smut and I'd prefer that all of the characters stayed alive.

All three of the songs below have built in plots so I apologize for prompts that boil down to "tell me the story behind the song". For the 2nd and 3rd, feel free to be inspired (or not) by the videos (as I love both videos, but that isn't the only interpretation I see). Don't feel like you need to stick to the genders of the singers either - feel free to switch it up as inspired.

Beta-readers are your friends - please do check for grammar, spelling and scientific accuracy (as far as you can).

Madrigal - Rush (Song)
Who is the warrior and who is waiting for them at home?

This is just one of my favorite Rush songs.

The City Is Ours - Big Time Rush (Song)
Tell me about the party. Who, what, when? where? etc.

I got hooked on Big Time Rush earlier in the year, mainlined the tv show and acquired all their music. I dithered over several of their songs (Halfway There, Run Wild, and Cover Girl were close seconds) before choosing this one to nominate. Just to be clear, I am not asking for or expecting a story that references the tv show.

My Oh My - Aqua (Song)
Tell me the story behind the song.

When this song first came out, I was on vacation in Russia and the music channel in the hotel was playing the video constantly. I fell in love and then managed to lose the name of the song and group. I finally tracked it down again this year.

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