"Children behave !
That's what they say when we're together"
Yes, I really felt like I wasn't being taken serious by my parents, and yes, I could really feel it physically, the butterflies of teenage love...
The overall excitement of the two lovers was a feeling I could so relate to and she was looking so vivid, so pretty (in a non-perfect and thus even more attractive way) and so young, that being 15, there was little resistance on my part.
Even now, watching the video, I can still remember the feeling she gave me, and hey, it's been 20 years !
And guess what ! Totally unnoticed on this side of the ocean, she is still having a career, and has released a new album (Just me) earlier this year... Get all the information on her impressive (well, in a way...) career at Wikipedia.
Buy her latest album here
Buy the album that originally featured "I think we're alone now" here
- Rhythms of sin (mp3)
- We did it all (mp3)
Montreal-based Plajia have just released their debut Beautiful explosion and will be playing a show tomorrow at Bar St Laurent 2 in Montreal. It might be a good idea to go and see them ! They too have a MySpace you can visit...
You can buy the debut album from Grande here
You can buy the debut album from Plajia here
It's not an album I play a lot, and I hardly ever listen to it as a whole, but at times, it really appeals to me...
Just the kind of thing for a Lazy Monday !
Enjoy these tracks :
- Mafich arabi (mp3) from Maya
- Down from the mountain (mp3) from You are here
- How much reality can you take ? (mp3) from Igizeh
- Glove puppet (Dreadzone remix) (mp3) from 10 years remixed
Enjoy this video for Last train to Lhasa :
You can buy the albums of Banco de Gaia here
- Serial thrilla (mp3)
- Smack my bitch up (mp3)
You can buy the album here
Next week's album of the week : Post pop parade - Chris Price