Blend in a new channel? You can blend together multiple channels on AccuRadio. Simply choose any other channel on AccuRadio and its music will be added to this one! Want to get started? Registration required. Let's blend No thanks. Ban song Ban artist No thanks. No thanks. Thank you for listening to AccuRadio. Few songs define the '80s to the pleasant degree that Heart's mid-'80s hits do, and this song deserved its place in the Top 5 because it confidently affirmed the band's new pop direction.
The production on Heart had certainly lost much of the bite vital to the group's '70s albums, but the Wilsons embrace the '80s arena rock sound so completely and authentically that the glossy veneer is excusable if not somehow advantageous to Heart's newest batch of songs. Even if they had surrendered most of the songwriting duties for their band's '80s' comeback, the Wilson sisters did an impeccable job of maintaining the group's status as a guitar rock act above all.
Whack on 'Fantasy' next time your bus is stuck in a traffic jam and for a second, you might just think you're cruising down a California highway with the top down.
Nick Levine. I was expecting a torrent of terrifying electro, but then this came out of the speakers and entranced me. If this was raving, then I wanted more. The legendary opening sample — taken from flick, 'The Wild Angels' — kickstarted countless nights out and spoke for an entire generation.
Josh Jones. Britney's debut single was a game-changer when it came out 20 years ago, helping to usher in a new generation of brilliantly bombastic teen-pop, often crafted by Swedish songwriting genius Max Martin.
Even if its key lyric, 'hit me baby one more time', doesn't completely make sense. Last year, significant chunks of the internet had a freakout when they discovered that Imbruglia's signature hit is - gasp!
It was actually recorded by several artists including alt-rock band Ednaswap before the 'Neighbours' alum turned it into a global smash in It was catchy, we all wanted to be one of them and we all learnt that catsuits should only be worn by Victoria Beckham. Madonna teamed up with Shoreditch-born electro producer William Orbit for her album 'Ray of Light', and the results were forward-thinking pop perfection.
The title track remains one of very best dance songs and also shows off the expanded vocal range she'd honed while working on movie-musical 'Evita' a couple of years early. Michael Curle. James Manning.
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A nice surprise: in each episode of SmartLess, one of the hosts reveals his mystery guest to the other two. Dancefloor doyenne Madonna went pensive with this icy tune about a toxic love affair. The Bjork x Maleficent aesthetic in the accompanying video is a bonus. Whether or not you were into Britpop, you could not escape the "woo-hoo" song by English rockers Blur. It was simply everywhere.
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