End up in some disco dancin’ all night and day :: Video of the day

Pop Goes the World :: Men Without Hats Part childhood television flashback (so reminiscent of some of the Sid and Marty Kroft style shows) and part dreams under the influence, this video always puts me in a kind of goofy good mood. It also reminds me of my longtime forever friend, and how much she always loved this song. She had the album and we would play it in her bedroom, turned up loudly, and bounce around, singing-a-long together. Something about the video always reminds me of New Years Eve, too. Continue reading End up in some disco dancin’ all night and day :: Video of the day

The 80’s :: The night is young and so am I

Video Killed the Radio Star :: Men Without Hats :: The Safety Dance The Safety Dance, from the album Rhythm of Youth, was the first and biggest-selling single by the 1980s synth pop group Men Without Hats. The song was written by Ivan Doroschuk. Released in the U.S., in 1982, and in the U.K., in 1983, and it peaked at number three on the billboard Hot 100. In the U.K. the song also proved successful, reaching number six. I remember that the video was one that was on constant rotation, not only on MTV, but on local video shows, like Video One … Continue reading The 80’s :: The night is young and so am I