Starman was originally released by David Bowie on his 1972 album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars and as a single. It is about someone who hears a message on the radio from a starman who would like to meet people but is worried about our reaction and
The Look was originally released by Roxette on their 1988 album Look Sharp! and as a single the following year. It is about a girl dancing to the band and has the look but she’s feeling blue. This version is much heavier than the original and Animal Drive do a great job of making
Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind? was originally released by The Lovin’ Spoonful on their 1965 album Do You Believe in Magic and as a single. It is about having to decide on which girl you want to be with and whenever you think you have decided you get distracted by
Little Drummer Boy was written in 1941, to a tune based on an unidentified Czech carol, and was originally released by the Trapp Family Singers on their 1952 album Christmas With The Trapp Family Singers. It tells the story of a poor boy who is taken to see the baby Jesus by the Three
Hey Hey Hey (Bill Cosby) is the latest single from Modern Geaisha. It is about the accusations, and conviction, of Bill Cosby for drugging and sexually assaulting many women, with the title being taken from the catch phrase from Cosby‘s animated TV series, from the 1970s and ’80s, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.
Goddamn Marathon was originally released on the 2018 album Bite! and as a single. It is about seeing that the world is in a mess and doing what needs to be done to fix it, even paying the ultimate price. It is a great heavy, guitar-fueled anthem that the boys are best known for
They Don’t Know was originally released by Kirsty MacColl as a single in 1979 and was later included on the 1995 compilation album Galore, though the best known version was released by Tracey Ullman on her 1983 album You Broke My Heart In 17 Places and as a single. It is a love song