The one thing that can solve most of our problems is dancing. – James Brown

Frans Francken the Younger
Death Playing the Violin (Death and the Money-lender)

#7deadlysongs XXVII

Gorge ▴ Super Flu ▴ Alton Miller ▴ Whitesquare ▴ Kieran Apter, The Drifter ▴ Igor Vicente, Eka ▴ Terrence Parker, Merachka ▴

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I didn’t do anything but just jiggle. – Elvis Presley

#7DeadlySongs XXVI

Ross From Friends ▴ &Me ▴ Baltra ▴ Barker ▴ Lawrence ▴ Skee Mask ▴ Conny ▴

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7 Deadly Songs of 2018 with DJ Sally Cinnamon

Havin a giraffe with our Sally Cinnamon about chopping off bouncers johnsons, the outrageousness of comments-section rage, eating apples in San Francisco, and getting duped by Jools Holland…

7 Deadly Songs of 2018 with Sally Cinnamon Podcast

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7 Deadly Songs of 2018 with Sally Cinnamon Playlist

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Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie. – John Milton

Museum of Love ▴ Shit Robot ▴ Hot Slot Machine + Young Marco ▴ Pional ▴ The Juan MacLean ▴ Jicheal Mackson ▴ Cut Copy + Francis Inferno Orchestra ▴

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7 Deadly Songs Vol. 25 Podcast

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The 7 Deadly Sessions Vol. 24

Melodies for the heart and the hips 💙

The 7 Deadly Sessions Vol. 24 Podcast

 

The 7 Deadly Sessions Vol. 24 Spotify Playlist

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If a squirrel plays the saxophone in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

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Have a listen ▴ Have a dance ▴ Please share 💙

The 7 Deadly Sessions Vol. 23 Podcast

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The 7 Deadly Sessions Vol. 23 Playlist

1. “Don’t Think Twice” ▴ Body Music (Vito & Bosq)
2. “Crystal Clean” ▴ Language (In The Lab)
3. “Reminisce” ▴ John Tejada
4. “Squaz” ▴ Ross From Friends
5. “Nervous Tics” (feat. Holly Walker) ▴ Maribou State
6. “Taste” (Mano Le Tough Remix) ▴ Rhye
7. “Tango” ▴ Upercent
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7 Deadly Songs Forever Tainted by Freaky Films

“Goodbye Horses” by Q Lazzarus ▴ The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

“Goodbye Horses” will to be forever be synonymous with serial killer Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs. It’s also the perfect choice for karaoke where you can really get into character – simply strip naked, tuck away your bits and then give it your best sexual desirability dance. Or “…Baby One More Time.” Up to you.


“Red Right Hand” by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds ▴ Scream (1996)

Wes Craven’s Scream was an unexpected smasher of a slasher that redefined the horror genre completely. Its most iconic song “Red Right Hand” was a shoo-in on the soundtrack for its all-out ominous vibe, sharing a similar storyline about a spooky figure who wreaks bloody havoc and will “appear out of nowhere but he ain’t what he seems.”


“I Want Your (Hands on Me)” by Sinéad O’Connor ▴ A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

This underrated song by Sinéad O’Connor appears twice in this surprisingly watchable surreal sequel. A big downer for Debbie in this A Nightmare on Elm Street death scene as she is unlucky enough to be turned into a cockroach and crushed by Krueger. Lucky for us the song plays in the end credits too.


“Bad Moon Rising” by Creedence Clearwater Revival ▴ An American Werewolf in London (1981)

The definite werewolf transformation sequence ever made is set up nicely with these jaunty lyrics that basically spell out what’s about to happen. There is a bad moon rising and we’re told, “don’t go around tonight, well, it’s bound to take your life…” It was even the scene that inspired Michael Jackson to make “Thriller.”

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“In Dreams” by Roy Orbison ▴ Blue Velvet (1986)

This surrealist scene is a total nightmare, albeit a beautifully composed one, complete with a dreamy Orbison ballad. You can’t help but empathise with poor Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) remembering those times when you should’ve just gone home but stayed out way past your bedtime and ended up with a bunch of absolute loons.


“Hurdy Gurdy Man” by Donavan ▴ Zodiac (2007)

“Hurdy Gurdy Man” by the Scotsman Donovan is a hippy-dippy tune about a hurdy-gurdy player and his roly-poly pal “singing songs of love,” (a hurdy-gurdy is an odd bagpipe/violin type instrument). Juxtaposed with the mindless murder on screen in that Zodiac scene the tonality of the tune changes in our minds forever.


“Tiptoe Through the Tulips” by Tiny Tim ▴ Insidious (2010)

Could this be the scariest song ever? There’s something so sinister about the singer “waiting by the window” to go “tiptoeing through the tulips.” Or is there? The song was originally intended to be a romantic one, but its presence in Insidious has turned it into music you’d imagine demons like sharpen their claws to.


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