SatSunDay was originally released on the 2016 EP Dancing Night. It is about getting through the week so that you can make it to Saturday and Sunday and really enjoy the weekend. It is a great, short, piece of rock from the inimitable Yukika that is full of her usual excessive amounts of energy.
Time for some humour. We Are The Champions was originally released by Queen on their 1977 album News Of The World and as a single, and it has become a standard anthem at sporting events. This is a parody version that was released to coincide with the 2006 FIFA World Cup that was
Redbird is the new single from the girls, and is the title track from their upcoming album Redbird. It is about dreaming of someone who has passed on, in the dream they whisper something in your ear, not understanding the words, waking up before you know what was said, and trying to interpret the
Zombie was originally released by The Cranberries on their 1994 album No Need To Argue and as a single. It is a protest song about armed fighting and focusing on the harm done to individuals caught up in the fighting. While the original version was about the problems in Northern Ireland, in this moving
Again is the latest single from Avonlea. It is about loving someone you know that you shouldn’t because you know what they are like but you will let them break your heart again. It is a slow pop song, and Avonlea uses a sweet, almost seductive, voice to contrast against the lyrics of the
Love Me Crazy is the new video from Daria. It is asking someone to love you, and you will love them back, but you won’t ask again. It is a beautiful song with a variety of interludes between the different passages of singing. It has a slow hypnotic beat that works with Daria‘s voice
Imagine was originally recorded by John Lennon on his 1971 album Imagine and as a single. It is a song of peace with the basic idea of not focusing on the differences between people nor on material possessions, it admits that Peace is just a dream, but if everyone has that dream then Peace becomes a reality.
Phantom of the Opera is from the musical Phantom of the Opera and was originally sung by Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford in 1986, though this is based on the 2002 version by Nightwish on their album Century Child. It is the main theme from the show and explains the relationship between Christine and the
Time for some comedy. Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar? is a popular children’s game song. It asks the question Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar? which is then answered by accusing one of the singers who denies stealing the cookie and then accuses another of the singers who,
The Yellow Scientist is a mashup of 2 songs that were originally released by Coldplay: Yellow was originally released on the 2000 album Parachutes and as a single; and The Scientist was originally released on the 2002 album A Rush Of Blood To The Head and as a single. This is another incredible instrumental