For our 13th edition of Throwback Thursdays we explore the track Lump. Remember this song? No….what about Peaches? Yeah…that song is good too.
I was a late bloomer in terms of music. Well actually, I was a late bloomer in regards to lots of things, not the least of which was sex, but that’s not the point of this article. While my fellow classmates were listening to music and watching music videos on MTV in public school, I wasn’t. I had zero interest in music. I didn’t know any artists or songs off the top of my head and could not understand the appeal of music videos. All this changed – for reasons unknown – once high school started. Maybe it was a subconscious need to fit in, or maybe just a natural evolution toward normalcy. Whatever the case, once I started listening to music, I did not stop. Today, music is a huge part of my life. I have over a hundred bands and artists on my iPhone and I listen to every one of them regularly. The first CD I ever purchased was Blink 182’s multi platinum selling breakthrough record “Enema of the State.” At the …
This week on Throwback Thursdays we look at Crazy Town (also known as CxT). Apparently they formed in 1995, but people didn’t know them until their 2001 hit Butterfly.
This week’s Throwback Thursday is features the Canadian one hit wonders, Len! They were able to steal some sunshine (bad pun) for 15 minutes, but then dropped off the map. Here’s what we think of them… https://vimeo.com/60325767
Every week on Throwback Thursdays we showcase a classic music video from our youth. Don’t worry, Ben isn’t on screen for long. He’s there to give you a little feedback on the week’s artist, poke a little fun and roll the full length music video that we know you want to see. This week our Throwback Thursday is “Hold on” by Wilson Phillips