Heck yes, it's me again giving you 10 songs that move me today.
1- Stray Cats "Runaway Boys", I'm not sure why shuffle shuffled this one my way today but I'm psyched it did. This song has a great plunky bass.
2- The Clash "Hate and War", the world is damn ugly lately but considering the age of this song, its been that way for a really long time.
3- Pitbull "Give Me Everything", Pit is one of the few songs on the top 10 I can handle let alone like- and I very much like this one.
4- Foster The People "Pumped Up Kicks", I heard that this is one of the most influential songs. I cant for the life of me figure out why- it blows
5- Theo Beckford, 'Bringing in the Sheaves", my god its NOT bringing in the SHEEP?? WHAT THE HELL!
6-Bowie and Queen "Under Pressure", killer song just as relevent today.
7-The Pretenders "I'll Stand By You"- this song is sort of a crock in a way. The lyrics are right but the mood isn't right. Chrissie sounds too weak to protect anyone.
8- Four Year Strong "Bada Bing With A Pipe", never gets old my friends, never gets old
9- Cat Stevens "Moonshadow" something touching about a lyric that goes 'ooo eeee eee eee eee', wth?
10- Joe Jackson "Jumpin Jive' hep hep….
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – August 1986 (Volume 17, Number 12)
“I used to read CREEM like the stuff in it was really gospel. Lester Bangs and all that stuff. And it was so important.”
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Lana grew old and boring…
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cliches farming out the same two dozen hooks for decades…
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uplifting synthpop single
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Where are the songs?
Best Of 2023: Songs In Order Of Preference Through March 31st
electronic variants to perfection
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good karma…. now gone bad
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At least you know what you are missing
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – June 1986 (Volume 17, Number 10)
Nobody understood the world of music journalism better than David Lee Roth