Kill Surf City – Jesus and Mary Chain. Like a wall of sound, I bask in the sheer chaos of the sound.
Leaning on a Lamppost – George Formby. An early track but still skilfully played.
Let's Dance – David Bowie. A pop art picture of raw emotion skilfully drawn by this white knight in tragic pose.
Let's Stick Together – Bryan Ferry. The sentiment of this song would be an apt anthem to make this world a better place, single mothers should not be the norm, shame on you abandoning fathers.
Like a Hurricane – Neil Young. Sometimes you need to weather the storm to feel alive.
Little Green Bag – George Baker Selection. Great track, popularized to me at least by the over the top seminal work Reservoir Dogs.
Long, Long Time Ago – Javier Navarrete. A haunting track from the film Pan’s Labyrinth.
Mr. Blue Sky – ELO. Well I find a sunny day lifts my spirit, let's celebrate it.
My Girl – Nirvana. A poignant counter balance to their usual bill of fare.
Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana. Pure raw teen emotion, I revel in it.
Non Stop Nun – The Stranglers. An interesting insight in to this ecclesiastical order, plenty or raw talent in this bands early years.
Oliver's Army – Elvis Costello. When the soldiers march in it’s time to worry. They are not there to fix your plumbing. Never forget this. Still it’s a good song.