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Few Songs I like

Posted by DeadAnarchistPhil on April 24, 2011

Just thought I’d post some of the music/bands/singers that I liked and listened to when I was growing up and beyond. There were more bands but I don’t listen to them anymore, so I only include the ones I still like.

Just because I like a song doesn’t mean I’m an expert on that band or know more of their songs and albums, though I do know a lot about some bands than others.

Songs are listed in the decades I first heard them.


The Police – Walking On The Moon (One of the first songs I ever remember hearing).


The Petshop Boys – What Have I Done To Deserve This


The Waterboys – Whole Of The Moon


Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams


Procol Harum – A Whiter Shade Of Pale


The Moody Blues – Nights In White Satin


Tears For Fears – Everybody Wants To Rule The World


Talk Talk – It’s My Life


The Specials – (Don’t remember which song it was but it was most likely ‘Ghost Town’. So see The Specials in the ’90s section for one of my favourites).

Madness – It Must Be Love


The Stranglers – Golden Brown


Simple Minds – Alive And Kicking (the leader singer looks like the late Steve Irwin!)


New Order – True Faith (EPIC WINNING!).


Joy Division – (Can’t remember the song but I heard the music, see 1990s for one of my favourites)

The La’s – There She Goes




Depeche Mode – Enjoy The Silence


Talk Talk – Life’s What You Make It


The Specials – Gangsters (look at the guy’s (Dam’s) [RAPE] face at 1:27 lol )


James – Sit Down


Sepultura – Ratamahatta (first taste of metal back in ’95, it tasted good!)


Joy Division – Dead Souls (WINNING! so much they created a hole in space-time that will forever keep pushing their music from Universe to Universe!)


Radiohead –  Fade Out


Pulp – Misshapes (Never, in Human History, has so much WINNING! been created by so few people and dedicated to so many.)


Stone Roses – I Wanna Be Adored (“I wanna be a door…” I wonder if Ian Brown achieved his ambition?)


Orbital – Lush (First song I heard from these guys was ‘The Box’ but I prefer this song)


The Orb – Asylum


Aphex Twin – On (First track I heard of his, still like it, even though it sounds like a strained fart looped over and over. By the way, Jarvis from Pulp made this video, not sure if he provided the sample for the track though).


Manic Street Preachers – Design For Life (The first Political song I ever really liked and still love it. It’s still relevant fifteen years after it was written.)


Bjork – Hyperballad


Sex Pistols – Anarchy In The UK


Public Image Limited – Seattle (I like PIL better than the Pistols)


Dubstar – Not So Manic Now


Massive Attack – Rising Son


Paul Weller – Wild Wood


The Clash – Straight To Hell (I heard the Clash back in the ’80s but didn’t listen to or know who they really were untill the late 90s early 2000s. Not that much of a fan anymore now).


De-Lacy – Hideaway (A one off from ’95)


U2 – The Unforgettable Fire (I aint a big fan of U2 at all or they way Bono sucks up to world leaders, but I like a few of their songs).


Monaco – What Do You Want From Me? (side project by Hooky from New Order).


The Smiths – There Is a Light That Never Goes Out


Morrissy –  Irish Blood, English Heart


The Beloved – The Sun Rising (EMI is not letting me see the video so I can’t post it).

808 State – Pacific State


Electronic – Getting Away With it (Side project by Bernard Sumner from New Order, Johny Mar of the Smiths and feature Neil Tennant from the Pet Shop Boys).


Cast – Alright


Everything But The Girl – Missing


George Michael – Spinning The Wheel (I don’t think he get’s enough credit for his other work in the mid-’90s)


Suede – Trash


Blur – The Universal (I hate that British Gas used this in their ad, I now think of them instead of blur or the times when I first started listening to this song!)


Saint Etienne – Only Love Can Break Your Heart


The Bluetones – Slight Return


Primal Scream – Higher Than The Sun


Lo Fidelity Allstars – Blisters On My Brain




Killing Joke – Love Like Blood


Slayer – Raining Blood


Pantera – 5 Minutes Alone


Atari Teenage Riot – Hetzjagd Auf Nazis


Hatebreed – Live For This


Agnostic Front –  Gotto Go! (Don’t listen to these much, but still like the hardcore punk skinhead theme and music).


Sick Of It All – Just Take a Look Around


Machine Head – Davidian


Dropkick Murpheys – The Spicy McHaggis Jig (Music to sing to when ya drunk lol)


Rokysopp – What Else Is There?


Bat For Lashes – Daniel


Jarvis Cocker – Cunts Are Still Running The World


Cyantoic – Deface Glitch Mode Stomper


Feindflug – Alptraum


Terrorfact – Hate Like This


Propergol – Fahrenheit (I like a line in this track that sounds like it says: “What?! You don’t see no light!!!”)


The Peoples Republic Of Europe – Monopoly Of Violence


Dead Hand Projekt – Hate Me




12 Responses to “Few Songs I like”

  1. WordsFallFromMyEyes said

    Haven’t been through them all, but love your list by the look of it. That Pet Shop Boys I haven’t even seen, believe it or not. Heading off to it now…

  2. prenin said

    Hi Phil! 🙂

    Yes, I originally bought a PS3 because the network was supposed to be secure otherwise I’d have just got a new PS2.

    You can bet some business men in Japan are considering Harikiri at the moment! LoL!

    I am cautious about the risks of web wandering so all my on-line trading has been via a Barclaycard, so given that the 24 hour helpline was jammed last night I phoned this morning and ordered a replacement card, the cancelling of my current card and took great pleasure chopping my old one to bits!!! 🙂

    Also all my passwords are different so compromising one company doesn’t open the door to anyone else I trade with.

    I also have CPP identity theft insurance to protect me from what I can’t control and as I write they have emailed me – AFTER the horse has come home!!! LoL!!!

    You are sooo right about the diet and the medication – I’m now constantly hungry, so it’s hard to know when I REALLY need to eat, so I have to keep one eye on the clock…

    The weight is coming off REALLY slowly, but I am determined not to go into famine mode.

    The good news is I can now see parts of my anatomy I’d forgotten about! LoL!!!

    Amazing how good it feels to look down and see your feet again… 🙂

    Have a great week Phil – mine is going REALLY well…

    God Bless!


  3. jennyozzy said

    hi phil you gone awol hope your ok or are you packing for london on friday OK IM OFF before you sling me out lol xxjen

    • Noooooooooooooo I hasn’t gon AWOL! haha Just busy with somethings and study, that’s all. I WILL always return at some point so don’t worry if I don’t reply to comments fast! haha :O)

  4. Androgoth said

    Yes some very good one’s in that lengthy list Phil,
    I hope that you have had a nice resting time with at
    least a few wicked moments thrown in, and I do mean
    of a Ghoulishly fine nature, perhaps even some wanton
    debauchery creeping into the mix…

    Have a pleasantly awesome Tuesday now Phil…


    • You think it was lengthy? I forgot a lot of them and left some out because the list was too long! haha

      Wanton debauchery? Does that involve wanton dumplings? You’re in to some kinky stuff, Andgro! hahaha

      Tis Wednesday now, I hope you have a good one, mah Tuesday was crap!

      Take care! :O)

  5. Hey Phil,
    I wont bother wishing you a happy easter because I am sure it’s not really your thing – although I am sure you enjoy a cheeky chocolate egg or two……
    Very,very interesting mix of music. Reading through some of the earlier stuff….80′ & 90’s it would be fair to say I own pretty much everything you list but the latter stuff I recognised very little although it does neatly concide with my own lack of interest in the music scene and reluctance to find something I could like – even though I know there is plenty. Overall, definitely music that can shape a persons mind…..like the manics – design for life. 15 years old and still relevent. Probably one of the reasons I love The Jam even now. Listen to Going Underground and tell me the tone of the song is still as vital now as it was then in 1980.
    Not heard some of the songs for a while – I even agree with your George Michael choice, even though I was a little surprised to see it!! – I might have a little listed sometime later today.
    Have a good one and I hope you have beeb enjoying the sun.


    PS I am working backwards so if I have missed naything….sorry

    • Hiiiiyaaaaa Pete! :O)

      Um, you’re right, I don’t bother with it and wouldn’t have had an easter egg if my Mam hadn’t got some from the corner shop.

      I’m not so keen on The Jam, they made some good songs but they never really clicked with me, though I do remember them growing up. And yes, the tone of the songs would make them fit right in even now.

      You’re right about the Manics, shame not so many people took it seriously, I was only 12 when I heard Design For Life and knew what it was about, and I could see some of things they mentioned in my own area. Yet I was the only one who liked them. My Generation is a load of fucking wasters.

      Yeh, I like the George of the mid-90s! Bit out of character isn’t it? lol You know what? I forgot many others and left some out because the list was long as it is!

      I haven’t been in the sun much, just when I’ve been doing the garden, other than that I haven’t been arsed with it.

      No worries about missed blogs or whatever, tis all good, pete! :O)

  6. jennyozzy said

    hi phil quite a lot there i remember hated the sex pistols but lots there i liked my faves ozzy i am a total fan hes the best and still got his voice now hes older hope your enjoying te weekend xxjen

    • ‘ello Jen! 🙂

      I like the Pistols, but not as much as I used to, I like John Lydon’s second band ‘Public Image LTD’ better. However, the pistols are still relivant, even if they leave a lot to be desired.

      I didn’t put ozzy in there, yes he’s made some good music but nothing that I feel warranted a mention. I’m sure he’d be center place in your list though! 🙂

      My weekend was bobbins! lol Hope yours was somewhat better! 🙂

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