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Top 25 Guilty Pleasure Songs

August 25th, 2011 | Category: Everything Else 1 Comment

Guilty pleasure songs are complex. They are not likely to be stored away in your mp3 player or on your computer. However if it comes out at a bar or club, or if it plays on the radio you will definitely begin swinging and dancing along – even mouthing the words! Why is it that though you enjoy these songs you don’t keep them amongst your favourites? The very nature of guilty pleasure songs are shrouded in mystery but, like the bad boy in high school, you enjoy the sense of danger they bring, with all the melodrama, the relatable banality of the lyrics, the fun upbeat melody. You’re too “hip” to be into this, but somehow that hook gets you mouthing the words and before you know it, you and all your friends are belting out the chorus. It all just works to bring people together!



4th of July Songs

July 4th, 2011 | Category: Everything Else 1 Comment


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The following is a list of song suggestions for you to tap your feet to during your 4th of July plans. May it be a party, bbq, dance, or laying back to watch the fireworks, these songs are sure to get you in whatever mood you are searching for. Click on the lyrics under each photo to watch and listen. Enjoy!



Best Songs That Tell A Story

October 1st, 2010 | Category: Everything Else 4 Comments

Stories are great but reading sucks. What better way to be entertained doubly than by listening to a song that also tells a story? Here are a few of the best songs that tell a story:
 

Space Oddity by David Bowie

Major Tom’s story is one that begins calmly and builds up into a fantastic piece that ends tragically.

Ground control to major Tom, your circuits dead, there’s something wrong
Can you hear me, major Tom?
Can you hear me, major Tom?
Can you hear me, major Tom?
Can you…



Music Videos You Should Watch

September 27th, 2010 | Category: Everything Else Leave a Comment

Most of us, when not spending our time socializing with other human-beings, enjoy sitting in front of our computers watching things. Sometimes we run out of ideas. This blog post is here to help out. Since MTV does not play music videos any more, here are a few music videos that you should watch aside from classics like Thriller that everybody knows:
 



The Best Break-Up Songs

September 24th, 2010 | Category: Advice, Everything Else, Social Life 4 Comments

Music has always had an important role in society in helping to bring people together or else to express concepts that people can connect with on an emotional level. So with this plethora of resources, it would be nonsensical to actually use all the clichés you wanted in order to break up with your latest fling. Best to save energy and oxygen, and just let the music do the talking. Here are some of the best break-up song that can explain why you are breaking up with that not-so-special someone:



Dangerously Happy Songs

September 7th, 2010 | Category: Everything Else 4 Comments

This article is a partner piece to The Most Depressing Songs article. There are some songs that make you smile. There are other songs that are so happy and optimistic that it makes you want to get a picture of the results of a natural disaster and shove it in the singer’s face, screaming: “What’s so fun about this?! HUH?!” Those are the songs that are dangerously happy. Dangerously happy songs are ridiculously optimistic and prevent you from being sad no matter what. Based upon a ranking of 1 (the uncontrollable giggle of kid in response to a lame “Knock-knock” joke) to 5 (the brightness of five adjacent suns), let us look at these giddy little ditties.