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We Built This City On Rock and Roll

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esercizi trading Certainly not Starship, who spend the song carrying on as if they invented rock & roll rebellion, while churning out music that encapsulates all that was wrong with rock in the ’80s: Sexless and corporate, it sounds less like a song than something built in a lab by a team of record-company executives. The result was so awful that years afterward, it seems to bring on a personality disorder in the woman who sang it. “This is not me,” Slick remarks when reminded of the 1985 chart-topper. “Now you’re an actor. It’s the same as Meryl Streep playing Joan of Arc.” Worst Moment “Who cares, they’re always changing corporation names,” sneers Slick — whose band had changed its name three times.

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But what about this mamba thing? Most people think it’s a dance. But it’s not. The mamba is the most deadly type of snake. So what does Marconi playing the mamba mean? Clearly, “Marconi” is referring to the radio itself. The marconi. The device. The radio plays a deadly snake. Listen to it. We built this city. The snake — the mamba — is slithering from the speakers. Ready to kill greedy corporations. Ready to squeeze the life out of the police. Ready to free the world of all that is evil, and to leave behind only the youthful idealism that is encompassed by the tenets of rock and roll.


Anyway, our friend Jeffy’s cat likes it.

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William Esposito September 8, 2016 at 11:48 pm

I keep reading articles the WBTC is the worst song ever. Who decided that? Who’s the decider in chief that overlooked songs like “Him, Him, Him”, ugh! Or Steve Miller who admitted in reply to critics that he just makes music to make money, but, doesn’t practically everyone? And Starship out of all the bands who exist to make money is randomly chosen to pile up on? This powerful influence on psychedelic music from the 60’s and on deserves that? I submit one of my bids for worst song, ironically entitled, “Take the Money and Run”. Yes, Steve Miller. 1 to 10 I’d give his vocals a generous 3, he’s no Mickey Thomas. Three guitar chords BTO could play better. How ’bout these rhymes: …detective down in Texas, …Exactly what the facts is, Escape justice, …off the peoples taxes. So, “Texas” rhymes with “justice”, “taxes” with “facts is”. Facts is! Really. We Built This City – I rest my case!


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