This is still my favorite track from U2.
Just from the opening note(s) the guitar riff is incredible. The base (which they apparently used from another track that didn't work) is great.
The strings work, and the percussion - either drum machine or real drummer is incredible.
I think this is one of the best tracks of the 90s to be honest. It's a pop hit, sure, but under the hood it's got so much going on...
With that said, crappy, uninspired video.
Doesn't matter, this track is awesome.
O.k. trap is really not my jam, and holly shit the auto tune here is...annoying.
Production is good, but...this is like legos music.
Here's the other part about purple rain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yCWato9aZ8
Here's part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOFxjCvOCEs
Here's part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS4jSz9_seg
And here's another...turns out Wendy and Lisa's parents were in the Wrecking Crew: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6Izd1HMXuE
She's not, but I would see anything she's in.
The first time I heard this I couldn't believe it was real. He was only 46 : (
It's Questlove! And he just gave the finger to Trump.
For those that don't know this was released today - a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...
Holy shit this song!!!
I heard The Knife version first which totally tuned me on to them.
I can't really decide which is better but without the original The Knife couldn't do their thing.
Interesting note - this samples Pharoah Sanders' Memories of Edith Johnson
Apparently I totally missed the fact that passion pit existed.
This isn't bad. I'll have to check out their other stuff.
If anyone hasn't see it King Of Kong: A fistful Of Quarters trailer is a great doc.
Colin Hay - I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You
Note...this is one of the most depressing songs ever, you've been warned. Also, Colin Hay was the lead singer of Men at Work