Top 10... - July 14, 2014

Slow Club's 'Last Hour of A Long Drive Playlist (The Hysteria Hour Top Ten)'
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Slow Club's 'Last Hour of A Long Drive Playlist (The Hysteria Hour Top Ten)'

Slow Club are taking over hmv.com today (Monday July 14th) and, as part of that, Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor have put together a personal Top 10 for us, this is Slow Club's 'Last Hour of A Long Drive Playlist (The Hysteria Hour Top Ten)'

 

Charles Watson picks...

 

'Grandstand Theme Tune'

"This is one of those pieces of music that get overlooked because of its purpose but it truly is amazing."

 

 

'Don't Stop Til You Get Enough' – Michael Jackson

"Best drum sound ever. You really get a sense of what Quincy Jones was going for when you’re driving a transit van along the A40 at 3AM."

 

 

'This Is The Day' – The The

"Powerful tune. I love the words in this song."

 

 

'Blue Harbour' – The Wave Pictures

"I wish I could play bass like Franic. He goes all the way on this one."

 

 

'Fame' – David Bowie

"Always good for driving and running."

 

 

 

Rebecca Taylor picks...

 

'When You Were Young' – The Killers

"I love The Killers, I don't care. Me and Charles sing this full blast and it is joyous."

 

'Go Your Own Way' – Fleetwood Mac

"The best song ever maybe?"

 

'Man In The Mirror' – Michael Jackson

"Again, Charles and I have a good understanding of who sings what in this, it is a real morale booster."

 

'The Girl Is Mine' – Michael Jackson And Paul McCartney

"See above!"

 

'Till The World Ends' – Britney Spears

"This song is like drinking a Red Bull. Instant car rave. It also has an underwater bit that you can really act out."

 

Slow Club are taking over hmv.com throughout today, click here for exclusive features, a full track by track and career retrospective. 

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