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1.23.2009

Men without hats

The men have left, but, um, the hats are here, so, wherever the men are, they must be men without hats. Or, at least without those hats. Never mind. Only aficionados of weird Canadian bands will get the joke anyway ;-)

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15 comments:

  1. I must be really OLD, because I remember that name! Whatever happened to them??

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  2. I don't know, Benita, but I remember they used to have some cool videos, like "Pop Goes the World"
    :-)

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  3. OK, somehow that name is bringing back memories of my freshman dorm, circa 1983 ... am I close?

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  4. Very good, Mary. Their biggest hit was "Safety Dance" in 1983 :-)

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  5. :) I've now got 'Safety Dance' stuck in me head... allow me to share!

    Ah we can dance if we want to, we can leave your friends behind
    Cause your friends don't dance and if they don't dance
    Well they're are no friends of mine.
    Safety dance
    Oh well the safety dance
    Ah yes the safety dance!!

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  6. I had a song stuck in my head today, S-D. It went like this:

    Play Snakes Crawl at Night, or I'm gonna kill you.
    Play Okie From Muskogee or yer gonna die.
    We all want to hear
    Crystal Chandeliers
    And everything ol' Waylon ever wrote...

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  7. :D I can do the Okie from Muskogee!!

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  8. I could do some of that myself, S D :-)

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  9. Thanks to you and Soiled Dove, I can't get Safety Dance out of my head lol

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  10. I remember them! We used to walk around saying "Same as it ever was!" to everything.. lol

    Men at Work too.. Ah the 80's.

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  11. Bill and Jamie know all the words too! Good shot.

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  12. Thanks for jogging my memory on "Safety Dance"! I remember now...they were kinda early "techno", right?

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  13. S-Doll, but it's such a catchy tune, right? :-)

    Oh, GE, that was Talking Heads :-)

    Thanks, Kate!

    They might have been the first to make techno worth listening to, Benita :-)

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  14. that was a hit here in Germany, too... not one of my favs I might add.

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  15. Oh, come on, Dorrie. It's a great tune :-)

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