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popgoestheculture [profile] has recommended 11 tracks.
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The Lady in Red  performed by Chris de Burgh  1986

The best song ever.

from Into the Light, available on CD (A&M)



  10 Jun 04 ·eftimihn: A strong statement, which is debatable to say the least...
  12 Jun 04 ·camus: Surely not, I just can't grasp what angle you're coming from, an obtuse one I believe, or is that a triangle, whatever, it's mathematically insane.
  15 Oct 04 ·roberto: Hmmm, I thought "Burning Love" performed by Elvis Presley is the best song ever...
  17 Oct 04 ·konsu: Personally, I could never make up my mind on that one. Which I somehow find comforting.
  17 Oct 04 ·olli: actually, it's pretty cool if you pitch it down about 400% and adjust the speed back to normal. that makes him sound like a romantically inclined orc or something.
  17 Mar 05 ·Ricard: Yes, listen to this version by V/VM at http://www.brainwashed.com/vvm/Mp3s/offal03_vvm_03_lady_in_red.mp3 It sounds just like Olli's description!!! "Romantically inclined orc"
  17 Mar 05 ·eftimihn: This is funny sounding indeed, the whole song takes on a whole new quality with a very dark and disturbingly menacing feel. Could now also be called "The ogre in red"...
Born on the Floor  performed by The Make-Up  1999

There have never been drums with as much texture
and style ever recorded as in this song. Nor has
there ever been a song that has capture an energy
like this. Screw INC, Hives, and any talk of garage
rock revival. Eat this. Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
meets Prince and the New Power Generation.

*3:00*
Svenonious' perfect screaming that sets off the
battle between Michelle Mae's bass versus James
Canty's dirty little guitar riff. Oh so perfect.

from I Want Some, available on CD (K)


Human  performed by The Human League  1986

One of the best 80's songs, great beats.

from Crash, available on CD (A&M)


Ghost on the Highway  performed by The Gun Club  1981

I don't know if Jeffery Lee Peirce was a genius, but I find this song and album to be. ;)

from Fire of Love, available on CD



  30 Sep 04 ·TippyCanoe: Fyi---Long Gone John at Sympathy For the Record Industry is a fool for the Gun Club, too. He is about to re-release two or three of their early records.
Timorous Me  performed by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists  2001

Beautiful crunchy guitar pop to Irish dance music, all in the same song. An amazing song, great album.

from The Tyranny of Distance, available on CD


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