SO THIS WASN’T JUST A BRITISH THING?!
IT WAS NUMBER 1 IN AUSTRALIA FOR LIKE 3 WEEKS AND THEN IT WAS CRAZY FROG…. fucking 2001
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this was my favourite song oh my god
Reblogging because of nostalgic reasons
As a Spanish woman I ask you all to forget this hideous song and I’m sorry
this “ketchup song” was literally overplayed here in the philippines for like 500 years and everyone was doing the dance and there were dance games modeled around it and people were doing the damn dance at christmas parties and juST OHMYGOD Y’ALL DON’T EVEN KNOW
IT WAS EVEN IN FINLAND
EVEN FINLAND MAN
IN FRANCE TOO
Thank you so much! Any particular favourites?
I have just listened to “poisons and swords” and “à trois temps”, but for now it is flawless. :)
hips don’t lie by oxford university’s all male choir
IM CRYING WHAT HTE FUCK IS THIS???????????????????
I gotta get me to Oxford University.
Tu étais formidable, j’étais fort minable
Nous étions formidables
You were wonderful, I was so pathetic
We were wonderful
For Claudio, who probably felt this way at some point after he realized Hero hadn’t done anything wrong.
It’s a long and tragic backstory of almost love…
They don’t even know that their story’s written out, but it’s been this way since 1598.
Listen/purchase: Almost Love by Maude Morris
So yesterday evening we were cooking with a few people from our student organisation at uni for a party at introduction week. The kitchen we were using was very small and we brought along most of our stuff. What we forgot to pack was some music. We usually like to have some music on when we cook.
Somebody started drumming on the kitchen counters and after a while we all joined in, doing music with everything that was there. This reminded me of a video I has seen a few years back - from people at the British Antarctic Survey’s Rothera Research Station. They also have a band called Nunatak which does some great songs, but I remembered this arthouse music video which I thought had to be shared, once again, with the world.