Ugh. On The Nickel was almost bearable.
A couple of songs were like songs I’ve heard 1 million times but never listened to. I haven’t looked into their history or philosophies or anything but I kind of feel like they’re all Republicans now I don’t even know if any of them are like. Only a fool would say that my favorite song on the album never heard it before.
Was a lovely listen on the way to work this morning. Apparently it had been around but Bagelbutt and Otrops failed to tell me.
“She’s leaving” made my morning commute feel like I was in a John Hughes movie. New wave, industrial electronic music pairs, surprisingly well with a peppermint oat milk latte.
Some are my favorites from my childhood!
If you seen the crab dance, you will see it in your brain on almost every song. That being said, most of them are kind of meh to me. at a time, especially funky shit pretty fun to dance to if you were out but otherwise I would never put this album on. I mean I would never put this album on lol.
I always wanted to like Souxie more than I did back in the 80’s. They just didn’t grab me. They still don’t. my favorite songs are probably Halloween as a solid song and VooDoo Dolly for weirdness.