Saturday, September 22, 2012

Song of the Week: "Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats

Good weekend everybody!

I have to admit, I'm in a mood. And that mood is best symbolized by synth-pop songs from the 80's. It's really one of the best kinds of moods to be in.

As a result, this weeks Song of the Week was a three-way tie between "Invisible Touch" by Genesis (most underrated band of ever), "Africa" by Toto, and the eventual winner "Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats.

Why "Safety Dance" you may ask? So many reasons my friends. So so many reasons. You really have to watch the video in order to understand. Also, it brings back fond memories of watching Bio-Dome when I was a lad. That movie had a message ahead of its time.

Anyways, enjoy the general absurdity of "Safety Dance" and feel free to dance if you want to, though I would advise not leaving your friends behind because they are very important and you love them.


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