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SAW? PWL? OMG!

You know, you are not the only one addicted. I've just spent the past hour looking up and watching a few old favorites, including one that was once considered a bit too racy for the mainstream. I find it quite humorous that this video once caused such a stir. I've always adored both the song and video.

Looking back, I can see why my father was worried when I brought home the twelve inch vinyl single and promptly and proudly displayed the cover in my bedroom for all to see.

As an aside; I will always, ALWAYS love the production team of Stock, Aiken and Waterman. So there.

  1. Blogger sam the subversive | 5/11/06, 2:47 PM |  

    Like, yeah, totally. I was way 'mo in high school, and had all of these "cassingles".

  2. Blogger Frankie | 5/11/06, 2:55 PM |  

    Cassingles! Ha! I forgot about those. Good lord I'm getting old.

  3. Anonymous Aaron | 5/11/06, 8:47 PM |  

    The album version of "Something in My House" is just awesome. It's seven minutes and twenty seconds of pure heaven. SAW really knew how to work a Yamaha DX7 synthesizer.

  4. Anonymous daniel | 5/11/06, 9:47 PM |  

    This is such a meme! Spread it!

  5. Anonymous daniel | 5/11/06, 10:01 PM |  

    *ping*

    meme complete ;)

  6. Blogger Frankie | 5/11/06, 10:04 PM |  

    I laugh out loud, and I thank you!

  7. Anonymous Betty | 5/11/06, 10:48 PM |  

    OH I LOVED RICK ASTLEY!! I wanted to marry him when I grew up. heh

  8. Blogger Jef | 5/12/06, 11:00 AM |  

    Supposedly, SAW are supposed to get back together soon and produce some new hits.

    By the way, Bananarama releases their new album in the U.S. next week, and it's great.

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