Friday, October 5, 2007

Oldies goldies

Štrudl successfully managed to awaken my grunge nostalgia and once the door was already open... well I just couldn't resist not to dig into my teen favorites. I love them either because of the music, lyrics or fabulously crazy videos.

Unfortunately they don't make them like this anymore and I'll be more than happy if you remind me of anything similar.

Presenting the nostalgic threesome:

Men at work: Land down under


Paul Simon: Call me Al


Prefab Sprout: The King Of Rock 'N' Roll

14 comments:

Dinozaver said...

Men at Work zmagajo. Dajem na parti plejlisto... :)

Dinozaver said...

Meni pa tudi tale štiklc precej dogaja.

Cherry said...

O ja, good one :)

Sem hotla poiskat še original video Moonligh shadow, pa ga nisem našla...

kejt said...

prefab sprout!
biser osemdesetih.
obožujem njihovega "steve mcqueena" in dolbyjevo produkcijo.

Tina said...

Videospoti pa zmagajo. :)

Truefaith1963 said...

I love Prefab Sprout!!
Saw them in college in 1985 - they were AMAZING live! Paddy McAloon has an awesome way with words too - not so much on King of Rock'n'Roll but on some of his other songs - eg I couldn't bear to be special! Thanks for your comment - I appreciate it!

Cherry said...

Truefaith, you saw them live?

I'm sooooooooooo jelaous....

but then again I was much too young to travel by myself in 1985

Truefaith1963 said...

Colin Hay from Men at Work singing Overkill on TV series Scrubs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ45xrtNnzk

Are you Slovenian??
I don't recognize your friends language at all!!!! LOL!

Justin (truefaith1963)

pina said...

Colin Hay from Men at Work singing Overkill on TV series Scrubs

--> zmaga :)

Cherry said...

hej Justin, thanks for the link.

Yes, we're slovenian, can you tell ;)?

Truefaith1963 said...

Your English is VERY good!!
I'm really impressed!

Truefaith1963 said...

Cherry

I put some of my favourite 1980s music videos on my blog if you and your friends are interested. Hope you had a good weekend.

Justin (truefaith1963)

Centrifuzija said...

Well, I thought we were talking about grunge years but we went further back in time. Please put some Madonna music on the 80-ies pleylist now. Thank you. :)

Cherry said...

I like the Killing Moon