Artist: Motormark

Genre: Electroclash

Appears On: Very Introspective, Actually

Appears On (Mixes): Past The Barber and Gymnasium

Song Notes: Motormark are a pretty cool band I discovered through bis; they opened for bis' last-ever show. They've got a couple of albums out, although I don't think either have been released in the US. This is from a Pet Shop Boys tribute album, Very Introspective, Actually, and is a cover of one of the cuts off Introspective. I adore the Pet Shop Boys; I almost included either their cover of "Always On My Mind" (as I adore that song, both their version and Willie Nelson's, although I think the biggest version is probably Elvis Presley's) or "Where The Streets Have No Name (Can't Take My Eyes Off You)", but I think in that case, my prejudice against U2 stopped me (though I love the Pets' version, and I think it's hilarious the way they segue seamlessly back and forth between the U2 song and "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" by, well, pretty much everyone). - Rev. Syung Myung Me


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