With a fitting title, this track is a total dance-floor wrecker. There’s barely time to breathe while the song buzzes every muscle. It’s also somehow charged with an extreme amount of positive energy. Rumor has it necromancers use this melody to raise the dead. But these be happy zombies.
Make sure you don’t have the volume turned up too high ‘cause this one might spill the soup from your neighbor’s bowl (depending how beefy your speakers are). Another rumor has it that some construction companies use this to test structural stability in skyscrapers. They go in with a couple of custom subwoofers and if the walls don’t crack after playing this tune, then it’s a good building.
Completing the package comes one of the funkiest music videos I know of, which every time I watch installs a big fat grin on my face. If there’s anything I can call “oldie but goldie”, it’s this. Enjoy!
“We’re marooned on a small island,
In an endless sea,
Confined to a tiny spit of sand,
Unable to escape
But tonight… its heavy stuff!”
YouTube (one of the most uplifting videos ever):
For Spotify Users (high quality):
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This Weekly Song entry has been brought from the FaceBook archive of Weekly Song^. This exploration was originally started through a FaceBook page, about 13 months prior to launching Mentatul. Slowly but surely, the entire FaceBook archive will be brought here.
If there’s anything I can call “oldie but goldie”, it’s this. One of the funkiest music videos I know of, which every time I watch installs a big fat grin on my face. Enjoy!