Vincent live was at a matinee show, possibly the result of a double-booked venue, on tour behind her album Actor. On record the song grows in arrangement, eventually escalating into a subtle pulse. And in just over two minutes overall. Kind of. Does it matter?
Turn it up. But here we are. Vincent with all pistons firing, her guitar on hyperdrive and her vocals tense and manic. Clark always suggested she had this kind of song in her, but this was the first one that actually lived up to the promise of its potential for destruction. Category: Album of the Week , Album Reviews. Greatest Hits.
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January 15, Greatest Hits Indie Rock , st. Every whoop, though, is true and from the heart. A song about drinking rat poison and liking it more than either water or wine. Pre-glam, pre—T. Like the Righteous Brothers by way of the Free Design and Ennio Morricone, this was light years away from his current coordinates, but no less cinematic.
From the first sprinkles of acoustic guitar to the stormcloud minor chords, from the desperate harmonies of the chorus to the sweet idea of falling in love out of the rain, this Hollies hit is all hook.
Accompanied by swooning trumpets and speakeasy bass, Gall makes her way through a tawdry jukebox-slapping cabaret populated by alcoholics and nymphettes. Skip to content Search query All Results. Pitchfork is the most trusted voice in music. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open share drawer. Marble Arch Records, Colpix Records, Even if its key lyric, 'hit me baby one more time', doesn't completely make sense. Last year, significant chunks of the internet had a freakout when they discovered that Imbruglia's signature hit is - gasp!
It was actually recorded by several artists including alt-rock band Ednaswap before the 'Neighbours' alum turned it into a global smash in It was catchy, we all wanted to be one of them and we all learnt that catsuits should only be worn by Victoria Beckham. Madonna teamed up with Shoreditch-born electro producer William Orbit for her album 'Ray of Light', and the results were forward-thinking pop perfection.
The title track remains one of very best dance songs and also shows off the expanded vocal range she'd honed while working on movie-musical 'Evita' a couple of years early. Michael Curle.
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James Manning. Ever licked a window? Richard D James aka mind-fucking electronica genius Aphex Twin clearly has, as this demonically twisted slo-mo banger demonstrated. Cunning bastard. And when she rhymes 'hair weaves like Europeans' with 'fake nails done by Koreans', it's actual genius. The crossover song that gave the titans the keys to the stadium.
Elastica's eponymous debut album became a chart-topping phenomenon in , and 'Connection' is the jewel in its crown.
Songwriting frontwoman Justine Frischmann may have pinched the opening riff from Wire's 'Three Girl Rhumba' which later got the punk band a songwriting credit , but there's no quibbling with the way she reworks it into a sexy and kinetic Britpop gem. Oh, and let's not forget 'Connection' always sounded great soundtracking Dom Joly's turn-of-the-millennium comedy show 'Trigger Happy TV'.
This jaunty slice of indie pop hides an X-rated secret. Bandleader Stuart Murdoch protests his innocence, claiming the song was just a shout-out to fellow indie Scots and Belle tourmates Arab Strap. Which, for ambient hip hop, is really saying something. Back in , when Kanye West was just a geeky year-old messing about with his first sampler in suburban Chicago, Beck Hansen had already had a failed folk career and retreated to LA to live in a shed full of rats.
Then the song became a huge sleeper hit and an anthem for the slacker generation, and Beck moved out of the shed and established himself as one of the most innovative musicians of his generation — which sounds like a win to us. Sorry, Phil Daniels. Other bands tagged as such — Ride , Slowdive, Lush, Chapterhouse, The Telescopes — all did some wonderful things with noise and melody. Whatever you want to call it, it still sounds impossibly wonderful. Does it devalue this scathing Britpop anthem that its subject — the girl from Greece with a thirst for knowledge — allegedly went on to marry Marxist economist and maverick finance minister Yanis Varoufakis?
Not in the slightest. Read our Jarvis Cocker interview.
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Some of Take That's OG '90s hits haven't aged as well as Gary Barlow, but 'Never Forget' — their penultimate single before splitting in — still sounds tremendous. Combining heavy hip hop beats and throbbing basslines with jazz and soul samples, the music was good, but the vocals of tortured songstress Beth Gibbons were outstanding. Jonathan Cook. It referenced generations of dance music that created it the winding, acid synths, the stomping drums punchy enough to floor Godzilla , but also had something fresh and incredible coursing through it — it had da funk.