What I like about you, you hold me tight. Tell me I’m the only one wanna come over tonight, yeah.
When you hear the music, you make a dip into someone else’s pocket and then make a slip.
Don’t drink, don’t smoke, what do you do? Subtle innuendos follow – there must be something inside.
Oh, you know her, would you look at that hair.
I’m not gonna get too sentimental like those other sticky valentines.
Every little thing the reflex does leaves you answered with a question mark.
So many times I used to give a sign. Got this feeling, gonna lose my mind.
Destroyed by MTV, I hate to bite the hand that feeds me.
Sopra i cieli, ancor più su. Dolci canti di angeli.
From the catchy, fun, and a little strange to the truly avantgarde weirdo deep cut treasure chest.
The most incredible ‘80s album… of 2010.
Q: Should you listen to this album? A: Uh, that’d be a big time yes.
Some bands and some albums hit a bunch of my musical sweet spots at once.
I’m in love with rock and roll and I’ll be out all night.
The high highs make it well worthy of being in the magnificent seven… hundreds on the best 1,000 albums ever list.
A self-assured, unique, and uniquely good debut album from Chrissie Hynde and crew.
A thoroughly non-sedating blast of old school punk rock.
An early ‘80s gem with a super unique sound from the gloom of the Pacific Northwest.
Listen to this on a battered cassette player for maximum effect.
Who can it be now? Why, it’s the band from down under, of course.
One hundred wild youth punks agree: this one is ready steady go.
Are you not entertained? Well, you will be by this classic post-punk album, yes, thanks for asking.
Wildly inventive and intriguing punk rock from the UK circa 1977.
Post-punk, new wave, intellectual guitar rock? Any which way, it’s all good.
Slinky, mysterious, and sexy synth pop that’s very early ‘80s in the best way.
Don’t you want me to tell you? Read on.
Driving energy and pop hooks that helps to carry the initial British punk music wave forward.
It’s out there and it’s freaky and it’s punk and it rocks and it all works marvelously well.
Variety and range, from hardcore punk to an acoustic jam that you could almost imagine being on a 1980s era Midnight Oil record.
Old school punk that’s completely pleasing and satisfying to the ear.
From ska to punk to new wave to pop, all performed with the extreme exuberance and confidence of youth and with tongues firmly planted in cheeks… I guess you can only describe it as Madness.
Early ‘80s new wave-meets-garage rock with fantastic keyboards.
Smart, catchy, arty new wave-y punk that gets under skin in the best kind of way.
Love love “Bulletproof,” and the whole album has a high-octane dance pop energy.
Conjures the feeling of being inside a gritty, indie British gangster flick and/or hanging out in a pub on a dreary English afternoon.
It’s fresh, indie, passionate, and punk, all the more remarkable for an album produced some four decades ago