Your favourite new discovery this week?

Weenie Halloson

Telly Talk Schemer
LV
3
 
Messages
16,004
Reaction score
22,537
Awards
14
Location
Plotville, Shenanigan
Member Since
April 2002

EEisdying

Telly Talk Member
LV
0
 
Messages
52
Reaction score
82
Location
UK
Favourite Movie
Fast and Furious
That doesn't make any difference.

I like it, but it also made me think of another house track which...wasn't so great.
:lol:

Haha. Should have read the OP!! The lyric sample is of course good old Nelly Furtado - who you can't really go wrong with for a pop hit - from Big Hoops - her last UK Top 40 single in 2012, which seems insane given how long she was everywhere.

 

Jessie

Telly Talk Superstar
LV
0
 
Messages
4,332
Reaction score
7,955
Awards
3
Location
Canada
Member Since
08 August 1999
Luke Evans -Love Is A Battlefield
 

Jessie

Telly Talk Superstar
LV
0
 
Messages
4,332
Reaction score
7,955
Awards
3
Location
Canada
Member Since
08 August 1999
Haha. Should have read the OP!! The lyric sample is of course good old Nelly Furtado - who you can't really go wrong with for a pop hit - from Big Hoops - her last UK Top 40 single in 2012, which seems insane given how long she was everywhere.

I love her songs
I'm not very familiar with her discography but I liked the remix of Say It Right.
Cool song

Do you like this song which she sings in?


Timberland -Give it to me Ft. Justin Timberlake and Kelly Furtado
 

Weenie Halloson

Telly Talk Schemer
LV
3
 
Messages
16,004
Reaction score
22,537
Awards
14
Location
Plotville, Shenanigan
Member Since
April 2002

James from London Dungeons

Telly Talk 20+ Years
LV
2
 
Messages
5,971
Reaction score
10,098
Awards
11
Location
Brixton
Member Since
Time immemorial

Weenie Halloson

Telly Talk Schemer
LV
3
 
Messages
16,004
Reaction score
22,537
Awards
14
Location
Plotville, Shenanigan
Member Since
April 2002
Mm ... PM Dreamy
There's a different thought process behind my music discoveries of the various decades.
In case of the seventies it's simpy because I wasn't aware of them, discoveries from the 1980s are defined by the surprise factor (as in: wow, they actually got it right) and discoveries from the 90s have everything to do with me being a house music fanboy in those days.
I am very familiar with the name PM Dawn but since it wasn't house music I figured it wasn't worth my time and attention.
And that's what makes 1990s non-house music such an interesting treasure trove.

I discovered this song when it was played as background music in a series episode and I didn't even know it was PM Dawn, let alone that it was a song from 1992.
Rock & Roadhouse!
 
Top