Sunday, 28 August 2011

You're A Heart Attack

First off all, no I've not had a heart attack (yet) nor does this post contain any heart attacks. The keen eyed among you may have noticed that today is a Sunday, the rest day, but I say "Screw that" and so update. Anyway, the even keener eyed among you will remember that I normally post a song on a Sunday, and today shall be no different. Okay there were times it wasn't on a Sunday, and once I even posted two songs, but oh well. Does eyesight even affect memory? O_o

So, here is today's song. It's Heart Attack by Darren Hayes, of Savage Garden fame. Once I got over the breakup of Savage Garden, I started to accept that the world was still okay, and life was still worth living, because Darren Hayes was still going, and he still sounds just as good, if not better. He also looks pretty damn good too, but I'll try to avoid going how I did with Bryan Adams. Anyway, you want the song right? Or not, either way, here it is



Huh, seems weirder and weirder each time it hits me that as well as liking intense metal, having incredibly long hair, and hating rap with a vengeance (not all of it mind) I still like happy soppy pop like Savage Garden and Darren Hayes. And boy do I like them!

The man. The myth. The sex-God.

17 comments:

  1. I dont mean to be offensive but I really dont understand why you have to be sad when some music band breaks up.

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  2. @Linux and Life It depends on the person really. For some people, music is a big part of their life, it means a whole lot to them, and if a band breaks up, it's like a part of their life won't be the same again. Imagine how sad nearly every teenage girl would be if Justin Bieber said she was never going to make any more songs. It's basically that usually when a band breaks up, it's like part of you won't be the same again, but only when you're extremely fanatic about them.

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  3. oh my god, savage garden! what a blast from the past ;)

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  4. I'm not one to become fan of a specific band in general. I may like their music, but that doesn't mean I should like them as a band. If they have a huge-ass discography full of good stuff, then fine by me. If they have a small discography full of awesome stuff, it's a pity they didn't make more, but hey, THEY're the artists.

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  5. terrible, TERRIBLe damage. I mean music. Terrible music. Good post tho.

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  6. Sounds like you're very passionate about music Mark.

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  7. Of course not available in my country :/ FUCKS SAKE

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  8. I like catchy pop music as well. (i'm sure you know this by now)

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  9. @NeonBoooo, booooo! I shall have to try finding a different source for this stuff so everyone can enjoy it. If people want to find the devil I recommend looking at the YT board of directors.

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