Dead Or Alive – You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) (
This iconic, noise rock classic from 1968’s White Light/White Heat album was recorded in a single take and is constructed around a story Lou Reed wrote that describes complete debauchery, drug use, violence and transvestitism. In other phrases, your typical Lou Reed music. A monitor off the band’s sixth album, Physical Graffiti, it’s based on a conventional gospel song and has been re-imagined by many other artists, though Zeppelin’s model is probably essentially the most well known. We all know concerning the “epic” traditional rock songs that dominated, and nonetheless rule, rock radio to today. “Stairway…,” “Bohemian Rhapsody.” “Freebird.” FREEBIRD!
The video shows a girl jumping up and down with pretend blood/gunshot effects overlayed on the footage. This track was really written by Smokey Robinson (and first recorded/performed by The Temptations), but the blues-rock band covered it and … Read More