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MUSIC & THE ARTS

Lost in Music

By eternal editor AC89

Posted June 04, 2014
karoke classic

This week's karaoke classic is 'Lost in Music' by the Fall.


"Oooh, I love this song," gushes 23-year-old air stewardess Morpeth Gimp of Stourbridge.

"Every time I hear it, I just want to rip all my clothes off and crimp one out on the floor."

"Or in a wardrobe."

"I don't really mind."

"I'm lost in music."




Originally a 1979 hit for Sister Sledge, Lost in Music was penned by Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers, who wrote about 98% of all chart-topping singles recorded during the last 40 years or something (seriously, watch this if you don't believe me).

Then, in 1993, the same year NASA lost contact with the Mars Observer, Manchester's the Fall covered it for their album The Infotainment Scan.

Whether the two incidents were related is yet to be revealed.

Hat tip: Wolfgang Bang.


The above video is kind of embedded here on the Rake & Herald from brufens' YouTube channel, which you can check out here.


See also Respect, posted 28/3/14.



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