These days I can't really get away from the fact that it's associated with a very shit bank advert. Have people interpreted this theme to mean "things I like but only when I'm on drugs"?
The part with female vocals is first class. The solo is well done, cheesy jazz blues. The rest is quite generic and makes me wanna buy things. Any things. Buy, buy, buy ...
If you visited a Great Mills DIY superstore in the late 70's to mid 80's, you'd have heard this song. It's music to shop for an avocado bathroom suite to. This means it's all messed up in my head with typical hallmark memories of the era- Angel Delight, industrial action, Marti Caine on the TV, and lots of beige.And someone listens to this for pleasure? Pervert.
I think being able to read the previous comments as you post rather takes away from the whole "without prejudice" thing, but I have to agree with Mike and Laz - this is lift / supermarket / advert music. I don't understand why it would end up on someone's iTunes or Media Player...
God. The only positive thing I can say about this is that it is not as bloody awful as the previous track, but I struggle to find any other redeeming factors. It is slightly inoffensive, so I suppose it is not as in-your-face intolerable as it could have been. And the final good thing is that I'll never have to listen to this again. Woohoo!
I like it. It's far too musical to be lift music, and too cheery to be DIY shop music. It's housework music - gentle exercise and the washing up. lalala
Notable for the fact that my attention completely drifted while this was playing, despite an utter lack of distractions.I denounce ye as muzak!
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