The best feature of iTunes is “shuffle mode”. I have about 14,400 songs in my library covering over 100 years of music, from a 1912 WC Handy blues song to the 2018 album Ruins from First Aid Kit, crossing virtually every genre of music, which I listen to in shuffle mode at the office. Every day brings a wonderful surprise.
I was pleasantly surprised when it played during “I, Tonya”.
It’s a song I only know from a few years ago when there was an AV Club article about soundalike songs; one of the commenters mentioned how Green Day’s “Brain Stew” ripped of this Chicago song; I sought it out and loved it ever since. Great guitar work.
I’ve been on an Oasis kick since the Liam gig in January, so I’m doing a little formal review of all Oasis tracks - reviewing and rating them in alphabetical order (inspired by a podcast that’s doing the same thing). I’m only up to E for the reviews but have rated all the tracks; this is one of two songs to get a 2/10, and it’s the worse of the two, so IMO the worst Oasis song.
Album only track from their final album, it’s (Get off your) High Horse lady: