Thank you – Alanis Morissette
Nine days after the launch of the new channel TMF, the pop rock singer arrived Alanis Morissette In order to reach ‘Thank you‘. It’s been three years since she’s released any new music, and a relaxing trip to India inspired the singer of songs like “You Oughta Know” and “Ironic” to start writing again.
“Thank You” is about Morissettes Spiritual awakening And the gratitude and inspiration I felt during that important trip to India. The text contains several examples of life lessons, such as self-love and daring to show emotions. “Thank U” reached number 25 on the Flemish Ultratop 50, but that’s actually not a good indicator of how timeless the song is.
We love to party – Vengaboys
That was in the late nineties Eurodance A global phenomenon. The group that benefited greatly from this was the Dutch Vengaboys. ‘We love to celebrate“, sometimes known by its alternate title “The Vengabus”, was the first of five singles that launched the group onto the world stage.
In Flanders, the uncomplicated party song was number one for seven weeks and the song also performed well in the rest of Europe. But perhaps more important was its success in the United States. There the song was frequently compared to “Barry’s bride(1997) by Aqua, another icon from Eurodance’s heyday which was played frequently in the early months of TMF.
Iris – Goo Goo Dolls
The song is where the American band Go-Go dolls He will forever be associated with, himiris“, always a growler at every Ciro gig. The song was written for frontman John Reznick for the film’s soundtrackcity of Angels“, with Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan. Reznick said he was inspired by the deeply human story of Cage’s character, an angel who wants to give up his immortality to be with the one he loves.
The song surpassed the film and reached first place in the global charts. In our country it reached third place in the Ultratop 50. Over the years it has been covered several times by artists such as Avril Lavigne, Ronan Keating, Leona Lewis and Duncan Lawrence.
Life – Desri
‘lifeis the biggest hit by the British pop and soul singer Desri record ever. It is a cheerful ode to life, but it also sings about various phobias and superstitions. Their song stayed in the Ultratop 50 for eighteen weeks and reached number two.
Today the song is still part of pop music, although perhaps not for the best reasons. After all, part of the song’s lyrics are often cited as Worst ever writtenas in a large BBC survey in 2007. Especially the text “I don’t want to see a ghost / It’s the sight I fear most / I’d rather have a piece of toast / Watch the evening news” is often a target Ridiculous.
My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion
The film was the biggest media phenomenon of 1997.Titanic“, with the soundtrack of course his magnum opus Celine Dion:’My heart will go on‘. The song was released in 1997, but peaked in popularity in our country in 1998. The song held the top spot for two weeks in March 1998, before briefly disappearing to number two and rising again to number one, where it stayed for five years. Weeks.
In 1998 the song won an award Oscar For Best Original Song and also on Grammy Awards It was everywhere. Dion was the first Canadian to win Record of the Year at that awards ceremony, and awards for Song of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Song Written for a Motion Picture are also on the mantelpiece.
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