Oct
07
2011

THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THE SAFETY DANCE

I DONT CARE WHAT THE H8RS AT ROLLING STONE THINK IT SHOULDNT BE IN THE TOP TEN LISTEN TO IT JUST LISTEN TO IT

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7movKfyTBII&ob=av3e

Safety Dance, Men Without Hats

DAMN YOU ALL THE VIDEO HAS MORRIS DANCERS

(Via Hot Air)

Moe Lane

PS: “We Built This City,” on the other hand, really was pretty freaking craptastic, and the video was worse.

9 Comments

  • Catseye says:

    Actually, I agree it was a good song song. At the time it was one of my favorites.

  • Danielle Davis says:

    Wait! All these years I thought this was Save The Dance not Safety Dance.

    I like the song. I liked it better when I sang it as Save The Dance. 🙂

  • Rob Crawford says:

    You do know it’s a protest song, right?

  • Nora Chalres says:

    I love Safety Dance!

  • Cameron says:

    If Wikipedia is to be believed: “The writer/performer, Ivan Doroschuk, has explained that “The Safety Dance” is a protest against bouncers stopping dancers pogoing to 1980s New Wave music in clubs.”

    It’s still a good song. And to hell with Rolling Stone.

  • Jeff Weimer says:

    The Safety Dance was good for making me change the channel. Then again, so was any song on the rest of that list. I think “The lady in red” edges out Starship by a nose though. I wanted to stick icepicks in my ears every time I heard it.

  • BigGator5 says:

    Oh what the hell?! “We Built This City,” “The Final Countdown,” “Rock Me Amadeus,” and “Puttin’ On the Ritz” are great songs! The people reading Rolling Stone don’t know a good song if it hit them in the face!

  • Brendan says:

    80’s music was pretty happy – reflecting the age of Reagan (although I bet none of the artists would agree). Today’s music? Not so much….

    I loved a lot of the 80’s music, and listening to it brings back a lot of good memories. Rolling Stone just needs something to fill their crappy magazine.

RSS feed for comments on this post.



Site by Neil Stevens | Theme by TheBuckmaker.com