Sunday Serenade: Morse, Mother, and more!

Time for another Sunday morning dose of random songs that I’ve been listening to this past week! Welcome to Sunday Serenade — now let’s crank the jams up with… 

“Mono” by Monotones — This is the dorkiest, silliest song I’ve heard in a long while. Which makes it Number One Cool Beans.

“Play Dirty” by Kevin McAllister — This is a good anthem for when you, I don’t know, want to take on the mob in 1930’s Chicago.

“Lovers for the Weekend” by John de Sohn – Looking for relationships with actual substance rather than flings? I can get behind that message.

“Zero Sum Game” by Molly Moore — I’m finding that Molly Moore’s songs are a nice collection of inoffensive, background tracks perfect to put on and ignore while gaming and the like.

“Main Theme” from Mortal Kombat (Amiga) — Short but slaps!

“Field Theme 1” from Mother — This may be the first Mother track I’ve ever liked. I’ve considered these OSTs overrated.

“Lena” by Monkeybrain — Another really good relaxing background track with a comforting beat.

“If I Lose Myself” by Monoklon — This definitely needs to be music over an end-of-episode montage of some drama show.

“Shaman” by Morse — The humming, the low voice, the beat… it all is hypnotizing in the best of ways.

One thought on “Sunday Serenade: Morse, Mother, and more!

  1. bhagpuss May 17, 2020 / 2:18 pm

    That Monotones track was so excruciatingly terrible I had to find out who they were. Turns out they were a Dutch glam act from the late 70s who decided to go disco. Their other stuff is even worse. Try this – Disco No, Vodka Yes!

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