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Monday Music

This is one that I’ve wanted to MM for several weeks now but I held it back – there were others that were more fitting on given days, and maybe the mood wasn’t quite right.

Feeling good about it now, though.  *evil grin*

The Gathering, “Monsters”

As usual, thanks to my buddy Michael for the obscure European tunes.  The Gathering is a Dutch band with a female lead singer.  This particular song has always struck me as writhing and sensual in very, very dirty way.  Imagine a woman singing languidly and lustfully over NIN and that’s kinda the way this song sounds to me.  mmm-MMM.

NOW do you wanna click?  Heh.


One Response

  1. Not bad.

    It has to be said though: That underlying vibrating back and forth beat? Totally the sound from the Tank Plus Atari game. You’re welcome.

    No wonder I was so turned on.

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