2th Anniversary (Illustration Miss At the Beach)

(I am pleased to say I contacted Miss Monica At the Beach to ask for a picture and sent it to me. Which is nice! Guys, I was happy to see her immediately. I love Miss, is a well-known blogger-in Spain and the world-and, despite that, it loses its simplicity and kindness. What I can I say? See illustration!)

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Thursday, March 11, 2010
Aldo’s Obsessions

Gentlemen, it’s time gifts. As you know, my fellow bloggers and readers, I am very happy and grateful for the reception given to my blog and posts anniversary. So I wanted to make a compilation of the artists I reviewed in the My Current Obsession category. From that I started last year I found that the songs represented a trauma for me have changed over time. I mean, I have the best taste in music on earth but I know that the compilation will like.

The tracklist is as follows:

1. – Acceptable In The 80′s-Calvin Harris

Two. – Laisse Tomber les Filles-April March

Three. – Electric Blue-Cicada

April. – Into The Groove (Sticky and Sweet Mix) – Madonna

May. – Monster-Joe and Will Ask?

June. – The Irish Keep Gate-Crashing/City Of Long Nights-The Thrills

July. – Shiny Happy People-REM

August. – Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft-The Carpenters

9. – Wildcat-Ratatat

10. – Fireworks-The Whitest Boy Alive

11. – Blame It On The Bossa Nova, Eydie Gorme

12. – Mr Jones-Counting Crows

13. – An American In Paris-George Gershwin

14.-Works For Me-The Twelves

15. – Melody Day-Caribou

16. – Let Me Know-Róisín Murphy

17. – (You Can not Blame It On) Anybody) – Phoenix

18. – 1969 – Boards Of Canada

19. – I Do not Feel Like Dancin’-Scissor Sisters

20. – (I’m Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear-Blondie

21. – Knights In White Satin-Giorgio Moroder

22. – Jimmy M.I.A. (Bonus track)

Since it’s up to Bonus Track review, I will say that Jimmy is a 2007 song. The singer is called M.I.A. and became famous for being the daughter of a political activist of Sri Lanka.Grabó his album full of political slogans in England and was equally controversial and acclaimed by that circle of sophisticated youngsters around the world in 2005. Kala launched two years later, where does this cover.

It turns out that the original version comes in a Bollywood film. Until recently a friend and I saw her again and again delighted because the original is great: it has a delicious mix of Indian culture and disco. Here is the video here:

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