Artist: Thomas Dolby

Album: The Golden Age Of Wireless

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Song Notes: Thomas Dolby's most well-known song, it's a really fun one. I've always really liked it, although I've heard it described as "dorky". It's good, though. The video is great, with its pseudo-silent film look and feel with the titlecards and everything. I am fond of saying "Good heavens, Miss Sakamoto, you're beautiful!" at inopportune moments. Also, I love the bridgey bit -- "She's tidied up and I can't FIND anything! All my tubes and wires! And careful notes! And antiquated notions!". - Rev. Syung Myung Me


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