Posts filed under ‘MP3 of the Day’
Here is a new song from the Portland band Angry Moofah and the Joints called “Kiss Me the New Year In.” Enjoy!
On this day in 1982 New Order released a 7 inch and a 12 inch version of the single “Temptation” on Factory Records. In 1987, the song was completely re-recorded and released on the singles compilation Substance (this version is known as “Temptation ’87″). In 2009 the original 7 inch version of the single was re-released in the US with its original b-side, “Hurt” as part of National Record Store Day. Here is the original 7 inch version of “Temptation.”
Today we have Swedish singer-songwriter Nils Folke Valdemar and his zombie version of “Superboy & Supergirl” – Zombieboy & Zombiegirl.
This concludes “Superboy & Supergirl” covers week. If you’re in a band, or know a band that has recorded a Tullycraft song – send it our way and we’ll feature it on our blog. Thanks!
Today we have the Portuguese band Mammies & Kids and their live recording of Superboy & Supergirl.
On day five we’re featuring Math and Physics Club and their terrific cover of Superboy & Supergirl. Happy Friday!
Stay tuned… two more days and two more covers to go!
Today we have Thunderbear, a UK band from Slough, and their rendition of Superboy & Supergirl.
This week we’re featuring different bands covering the Tullycraft song “Superboy & Supergirl.” Today we have My Place in Space and their excellent cover of Superboy & Supergirl. Enjoy!
Each day this week we’re featuring a different band covering the Tullycraft song “Superboy & Supergirl.” Today we have The Manhattan Love Suicides and their fuzzed-out version of Superboy & Supergirl. Enjoy!
Each day this week we’re going to feature a different band/artist covering the Tullycraft song “Superboy & Supergirl.” Today we have Julie Kantner and her band Uranium Daughters putting their spin on Superboy & Supergirl. Enjoy!
On this day in 1984, the Thompson Twins single “Hold Me Now” entered the US Top 40. It was the first single from the British/new wave band’s fourth album Into The Gap, and it eventually became their highest charting US hit reaching #3 on the Billboard chart.
On a drunken Friday night in 1997 we recorded this embarrassing version of Hold Me Now on an 8-track in Chris’ living room. Apologies to the listener.