Not much else occurring, just synthesized sounds parading through your ears and directly into your noggin. NFL this song is kind of scary sounding, yes I am that easily scared.
The chocolates fucking grim as well, I think Kim should stick to making beaters such as this and leave advertising dark milk to Jason Donovan. It was the song that set them off as being one of the big players in 80s pop.
A flag bearer for The New Romantics, this really encapsulates that whole sound well. Also keeping with powerful voices, you can hear your boy Tony Hadley getting good use of his vocal cords on this one.
But I can assure you my mind is perfectly intact despite 50 miles of Jingle bells up to the border in July. So, I think I pronounce both Depeche Mode and Dave Mahan wrong, so when you’re reading this just factor that in.
This is from my far Depeche Mode album, it’s from 1983 when Alan wilder got involved. It sounds really futuristic, basically as if they got an alien to fire its lasers in time with the song.
Martin Gore really worked himself when he wrote this song to include alien lasers as an instrument. Additionally, Dave Mahan has such a cool voice, and it works so well with the lyrics.
Speaking of the lyrics the beginnings definitely like a rip off reimagining of that song you know where it goes like “and do those feet in ancient times walk upon English mountains green” which is exciting. It’s got these really high-pitched synths that basically sound like someone was texting on their old Nokia phone during recording.
They were originally in the human league but split out of there and went on to make this with Glen Gregory. This is like some OG new wave, the tube way army and Gary Human were absolute pioneers of this sound.
It’s got this really iconic synth hook that repeats through the whole song underneath Gaza unique vocals. It’s those two really strong notes that come as the patterns ending and is about to loop again.
Regardless of my pointless explanation of that, it’s a banger and a real classic. Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed my selection of songs that are pretty synth Based.
A proposal for the ultimate collection | by Marcel Ribs | Wilde Life Stories | Medium The announcement of CD-singles box sets for Bananarama and Belinda Carlisle by Edsel Records had many pop fans salivating with glee.
The only gripe might be that the Bananarama set ends prematurely, with the 1993 single ’More More’. Scattering some previously unreleased tracks on these discs would certainly increase the collector’s interest.
Especially the material from the EMI period (the first 9 discs) has been released countless times on compilation albums, so it would be interesting if something could be found to make that part of the box set more interesting. Medium is an open platform where 170 million readers come to find insightful and dynamic thinking.
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