Here are some tunes that totally moved me somehow – either literally in my chair, because I got a good chuckle or gave me goosebumps and made me miss my dood.
So They Say from Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog Soundtrack
>>I love the show and this song just cracks me up. Who can’t chuckle to these lyrics: “This is so nice. I just might sleep with the same girl twice. They say it’s better the second time. They say you get to do the weird stuff.” The Topspin offices have guitars and a drumset and keyboards and so forth and I was hoping to get some peeps to play it, but no go (so far).
Valium Knights by Spinnerette
>>Brody Dalle is amazing. Spinerette is working with Topspin and it just gets me all excited to work with amazing artists. I think she has an incredibly sexy voice and I love women that can rock.
Electric Feel by MGMT
>>I found this on Fairtilizer which is my fave new listening tool. This song is so dang catchy!
MGMT cover of Kids by the Kooks
>>My friend Dan sent this to me and I really really like it. I appreciate the whole being in love and maintaining the kook
Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa by Vampire Weekend
>>I listened to this from the Chromeo Dave 1 playlist and I happened to be reading a pretty amazing email I got from my dood and so now I associate this song with him. I interpret the song to be about being in a rather sheltered situation and doing something that isn’t quite acceptable, or rather doing something you wouldn’t normally do…as my mantra says “fuck it.”
Lollipop by Madison
>>The song is much more erotic sung with Madison’s raspy voice…also something about a woman singing about another woman is pretty hawt
L.E.S. Artistes by Santogold featuring Movado
>>I was having a pretty intense, intimate moment with my dood over the labor day weekend and this song was playing and I guess the moment along with the tempo of the song and the lyrics all just blended well for me. In fact I remember replaying it on purpose. :)
Glory Box by Portishead
>>Let’s just say that I have a problem with not ever being “all in” when it comes to relationships…even when married I always had a foot in the door. I’m not a player, I’m not into serially dating but just never gave my whole heart to someone…and this song pretty much sums it up for me. She is singing about finally giving her heart up but also asking to be loved back in the same way, and forever.
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