Favorites from the 20 Years of Onechord.net – Part Three

Carrying on with posting some song and music video favorites from the 20 years that I’ve been making Onechord.net. Here’s the link to the monster playlist, because I don’t have the time to write a post about everything.

This is probably the song and video I’ve heard the most times during these 20 years of onechordnet. I fell in love with it the first time I heard it and I still listen to it all the time. That chorus is everything. I’m of course talking about Fuck The Government, I Love You by The Burning Hell. I will forever carry this song with me wherever I go. If I one day end up in a coma, you can play this song to me and if you don’t see a smile starting to take shape on my face when this hits the chorus, it’s time to pull the plug. Absolutely perfect song and of course only one example from their wonderful catalogue.

The Burning Hell at Facebook
The Burning Hell Website

Another artist that has caused serious song obsessions. Cheese and Crackers everyone. I don’t even particularly like that combo, but Freschard makes me convinced that I do. And that Tweet Tweet video below. It’s so perfect. If I had a time machine and could go anywhere, I would still skip all the historical events and just transform myself into that bar to sing Tweet Tweet with Freschard and friends.

Freschard at Facebook

Not a surprising transition here, because you can see Stanley also in that Tweet Tweet video. Back in 2014 Stanley Brinks and the Wave Pictures turned depression into joyous celebration of life. This one lifts my spirit every time everyday things try to drag me down. Whatever life, I still have orange juice and you.

Stanley Brinks at Facebook

Time to wrap this part with a great song and music video from Steven James Adams. I’ve always liked his songs starting from The Broken Family Band days. This is one of my many favorites and this joyous escape from the corporate life always bring a smile to my face.

Steven James Adams at Facebook

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