Throw Back Thursday

You’ve Got Away From Shania Twain

Thanks to Haim because now I’m back listening to Shania Twain’s album again after a quite long time. I almost forgot her awesomeness when she sing every song. Shania Twain definitely a real diva in music industry. That’s why I choose Shania Twain as our Throwback Thursday for this week.

One of my favorite song from Shania Twain is You’ve Got Away. This song was taken from her third studio album Come On Over (1997). If you already watched Notting Hill, I think you really know about this song. You’ve Got Away is one of ballad song in this album. The melodies are so calm and Shania Twain’s beautiful voice makes everything so perfect to hear.

Well, if you a little bit forgot about this song, let me remind you then. Press the play button below and don’t forget to share your favorite 90’s or early 2000’s song. Thank you and enjoy the music.

Elsa

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Throw Back Thursday

High By Lighthouse Family

It’s Thursday and it means it’s time for Throwback Thursday. This time, I want to take you to the year of 1997. This song is one of my favorite 90’s song. For you who grew up with MTV as your daily TV program, I think you’re still remember this song. Do you remember about Lighthouse Family folks? Yes! Our Throwback Thursday for this week is High from British pop duo, Lighthouse Family.

High was taken from Lighthouse Family’s second album, Postcards From Heaven which was released on 1997. Since it was released, this song was reach no.1 position in many countries’ music chart. That’s why High become the most successful single released by Lighthouse Family.

I remember I keep playing High over and over again after I heard this song for the first time. The melodies, the sounds of the strings, the tunes of piano, the back singer’s voice, and of course Tunde Baiyewu’s voice somehow makes me calm and wants to play this song again and again. Definitely something really nice to hear.

So, do you still remember about this song folks? Let me remind you a little bit about this song and let’s see if you still remember the melodies and the lyrics. Go press the play button below and don’t forget to share your thoughts and also your favorite 90’s and early 2000’s song to us by give a comment in our blog. Enjoy the music and thank you for visiting Kustosica.

Elsa

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Throw Back Thursday

Kiss Me from Sixpence None The Richer

It’s time for Throwback Thursday! Okay, back to the year of 1997, I will try to remind you to one of the phenomenal band in 1990’s. I bet you’ll still remember some of their songs called Kiss Me, There’s She Goes, Breath Your Name, or Don’t Dream It’s Over. Can you guess who? Right! They are Sixpence None The Richer, the pop-rock band from New Braunfels, Texas, United States.

Kiss me  is one of Sixpence’s biggest hits taken from their third album Sixpence None The Richer which released in 1997. For all of you who are a fans of Dawson’s Creek series, I’m sure you’re still remember this song as one of the series soundtrack. The sound of guitar, beat of the drum, the melody from harmonica, and of course, Leigh Nash’s beautiful and smooth voice definitely makes this song so phenomenal and unforgettable. I remember I always sing this song on my way home from school.

Okay! If you a little bit forgot about their song called Kiss Me, let me try to remind you. Just press the play button in their Spotify below and let us know your opinion about this song. Or you can share your favorite 90’s and early 2000’s with us. Thank you and enjoy the music.

Elsa

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