Song of the day: Radiohead- Karma Police
A band which had a big influence on the music in the nineties and which should not be forgotten! Though their alternative rock is something you either like or dislike, I enjoy most of their work. This song was on their famous album OK Computer, and is made up of an inside-joke from the band (which has to do with the system of reincarnation in the Hindu-belief). It was a hit in the charts, reaching number 8 in the UK and number 14 in the US. It was officially released in 1997, but already in 1996 played live, when Radiohead toured (only for a short time) with Alanis Morissette. The rest is history, and it’s a mystical and somewhat mysterious sort of track, taking you in and making you realise you have listened to it after it has ended. Enjoy
Radiohead- Karma Police
Song of the day: Seal- Crazy
Another hit from the nineties today! And this time by a man who had several hits in the nineties, including a big dance classic. The song of the day, however, is not the dance classic. It’s the other big hit he had. And actually, it’s covered a lot. When I was listening to my CD’s in the last weeks, I heard the songs out of the mouths of Alanis Morissette and Nelly Furtado, then realising that the original was not in stock yet. So that has to change, because it’s such a good song. Enjoy
Song of the day: Alanis Morissette- Ironic
Here’s a song from the nineties! It’s made by one of my favourite singers!
I absolutely love it! And if you listen closely to the text, that’s very strange and ironic!
And that’s the title of the song as well: Alanis Morissette with Ironic!
Strange and ironic song, isn’t it?