Late 20th century earworm:
Early 18th century earworm:
Because Millenials don't remember this:
Pretty good but I found the piano a bit much.
...but you repeat yourself
see, to me, the piano is what makes it. that is a really iconic sound going on there. so catchy.
I'm a fan of anything from Bauhaus or it's offshoots. I got to see Pete Murphy at Rebellion a few years ago. It was a small stage and it felt really intimate, he was fantastic, it was one of my all time highlights.
Meh, it didn't mesh for me. This is catchy piano
Catchy keyboard earworms? The Spanish seem to have had a lock on them in the 18th century.
I'll see your Spanish pianos and raise you a horn concerto (spoken)
different strokes, for sure. that just sounds thin and honestly soulless to me. shrug
My musical tastes are usually all over the place, but I've been on a Spanish harpsichord kick the last few days. I used to have this album in vinyl - it was my go-to album when I needed something to bring back a sense of joy with clear music beautifully written.
I guess I just like my piano all plinky-plonky and bangy, instead of twiddly and frou-frou
Their whole album is pretty damned good:
bah, i never did understand the appeal of the Dresden Dolls, either! haha
I'll settle for the earworms, thank you. Chewing gum
I've been watching Fringe...
...whose theme, though not identical, is similar enough to the instrumental portion of another song...
...that the latter keeps getting stuck in my head.