I think for me it has to be Mule Train, by Frankie Laine. It seems to be permenantly stuck in my head.
It's terrible! It's so cheesy it's almost unbelievable. It's like the equivilent to music of what the Flash Gordon movie was to cinema. But at the same time it has that same compulsive sing along/ watch along, car-crash type of quality to it that I just couldn't turn it off if I tried. There are moments in that song that make me physically cringe at how horribly cheesy they are, and yet in spite of that and even knowing the reaction in me that it'll cause, I can't help but turn up the volume and start drumming along to the beat on the steering wheel when it comes on.Its a fantastic track, why shouldn't you like it?
And yet its from the same guy who was in Wall of Voodoo
That doesn't stop it from being a crime against music. It's bad. On every appreciable level, it's just bad.
But, at the same time, the instant I hear the words "I was a PFC on search patrol, huntin' Charlie down...", there's nothing that's going to stop me getting ready to loudly sing "Whoah-oh-oh-oh Camoflage!"
At least you didn't reply "who were Wall of Voodoo?"
Who were Wall of Voodoo?
Also, though there is no music I 'secretly love' (I am not ashamed of my music, no matter what music it is), I will admit that I am a metal head, into Black/Death metal and have the complete t.A.T.u. discography.
If it's good, it's good. To describe my iTunes as eclectic would be an understatement.
Rebecca Black - Friday... let's speak no more of this
Aeronautica Imperialis - Tau Air Cadre (275pts)
Dark Elves (6250pts)
Beasts Of Chaos (2750pts)
Dwarfs of Karak Izor (3800pts)
The two songs which spring to mind:
Where them girls at? By David Guetta ft Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida.
Absolutely awful, the lyrics make no sense, the singing can't really be described as such (Especially by Nickin Min**) and yet I still like it. Such a cheerful little ditty that I can't help but smile everytime I hear it.
Firework by Kate Perry.
The lyrics are truly dreadful, being so corny as to be totally ridiculous, what with "boom, boom, right to the moon, moon" or whatever it is. Again though, it's so upbeat that I find it enjoyable.
I grew up in the 90's and very early 2000's. I have a sister 2 years older than me.
As such, my iTunes looks like I suffer from multiple personalities. Filled with punk, rock and a bit of indie stuff - but "Living la vida Loca" is one of my most played songs...
Quite a few songs by No Doubt.
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I have a plog now! Now with actual painted models
You Spin Me Round - Dead Or Alive
A Little Respect - Erasure
Sometimes - Erasure.
Yeah. Love 'em!
I have recently discovered the band Foxy Shazam and, so far, like everything I've heard.
Informer by Snow. I know every word.
Those who know don't care any more, and those who care don't know.