46. Burn the witch – Radiohead

This song came out just before I went to the UK on a holiday in 2016. For some reason it has a calming effect on my daughter which was brilliant as she was having some, lets call it ‘behaviour issues’ at the time.  So we were on holidays in London and this song was my saviour….

My favourite line from this song is “this is a low flying panic attack” maybe this reflects how I felt every time I thought a tantrum was looming perhaps…..thank you Radiohead for this beautiful song.

Check out the link to the video clip for this song, wow!

46. Burn the witch – Radiohead

45. Opiate – Tool

So I discovered Tool in about 1995, I went to the music festival Alternative Nation, but it wasn’t until around 1997 when I saw them at Macquarie Uni Equinox Festival that I was hooked. This EP and the next two albums (Undertow and Ænima) are my favourites, I kind of lost my way with Tool after that….. I have played all 3 albums over and over and over again. I found a live version of this track and it reminds me of how I just went off at a Big Day Out watching them (2007). (I”m really trying to not write awesome as I’m pretty sure its how I describe each song I have written about so far, however, Tool are F&^king awesome and so is this song).

 

40. No Rain – Blind Melon

This song is both a happy and sad track. Happy, upbeat music and a great ending to the film clip but the video and lyrics touch on bullying / depression / trying  to fit in – issues I guess most people have dealt with in their lives.

I love how the little girl in the bumble bee outfit, finds her people at the end of the film clip…..makes me smile every time I watch it, gives me a sense of hope.

40. No Rain – Blind Melon