Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Full Musical Disclosure

This weekend while driving around The Funasaurus and I had our usual battle of the radio. I always veto sports radio. The Funasaurus always vetoes NPR, especially when they start playing world music. Then I veto a station playing The Eagles, and The Funasaurus vetoes the station playing commercials, even though they have promised Duffy when they return. And then we inevitably settle on the local hip-hop station. And as fate would have it, it was a flashback weekend, and so the next song to come on the radio was “Set Adrift on Memory Bliss” by P.M. Dawn. Memory bliss, indeed! Possibly one of the awesomest songs to come out of the 1990s.

Which has set me on a feeding frenzy of all things early-90s hip-hop to reheat my iPod, which I haven’t touched in about a month. Today, I rediscovered Color Me Badd. Go download “All 4 Love” right now. Thank me later.

I also suggest “Don’t Walk Away” by Jade, “Poison” by Bell Biv Devoe, “7” by Prince, “Don’t Be Cruel” by Bobby Brown, and “Snow” by Informer. Are you horrified, yet? I have plenty more where that came from, oh yes, I do.

I realize about 90% of my readers (hypothetically speaking. Not sure I have any left.) have now lost all respect for me, whatsoever. Which is fine. If you read this blog, you are probably aware of the fact that I am fond of sharing humiliating personal anecdotes on a regular basis. However, the other 10% of you can email me for the full playlist.

It totally includes “Motownphilly.”

5 comments:

rebekah said...

I fell in love with my husband when I saw "I'd Die Without You" by PM Dawn on his iPod. I share the love.

Angela Noelle said...

In my old age, I've become strangely proud of my terrible taste in music. I like to think it's endearing.

JoJo said...

Motownphilly!! That's perfect.

Linds said...

I need the whole playlist, stat!! That sounds dreamy. No shame about it! I refuse to consider anything you've mentioned "bad" music!

My only copy of Color Me Badd is on a tape that I taped off the radio. Did you ever used to do that?

Nick, Holly and Maren said...

motownphilly....omg, you just totally took me back to jr high. not sure that that's such a good thing - ha!