Great, unforgettable tracks from the past - part one

There are many great, unforgettable tracks from the past that re-awakens emotions, feelings, and memories. Some bad, some good but more importantly they've all stood the test of time. This is part one of the series.

Great, unforgettable tracks from the past - part one Photo by Dale Brooks

1. Lucky People Center - SunDance

Lucky People Center's "Sundance" is one of those that one never forgets due to its driving-forever-onward presence and spiritual spoken word about praise.

2. Sven Väth - Harlequin - The Beauty and the Beast

Sven Väth's "Harlequin - The Beauty and the Beast" for its somewhat haunting soundscape. The whole EP ("The Harlequin - The Robot And The Ballet-Dancer" by Sven Väth) is simply brilliant and deserves to be on repeat.

3. Etnica - Vimana

Etnica's "Vimana" for all those unforgettable nights staring at the stars wishing it would never end.

4. Front Line Assembly - Mindphaser

Front Line Assembly's "Mindphaser" the dystopian-cyberpunk-esque music video did it for me and the chorus, which is very catchy.

5. Buzz Fuzz - Drop the Pressure

Buzz Fuzz "Drop the Pressure" just because you sometimes just want to go absolutely berzerk and dance until your feet bleed or your heart jumps out and does its own thing while you look upon it with amazement.

6. Kraftwerk - Tour De France (Etape 2)

Kraftwerk's "Tour De France  (Etape 2)" is one of those releases that simply refuses to go away and again and again resurfaces and causes adulation and a wave of emotions. The 2009 Remaster of the track brought new life to this 1983 classic.

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Mathias Haegglund Code Collector, Globetrotter, and Occasional Gamer.