Mood Music: Happiness

This week’s playlist is the first installment of a new series called mood music. What is mood music? Well, music that describes a certain type of mood. Mind you, I’ve done a few of these already. There’s an entire tag called “moods,” exploring a handful of both negative and positive emotions. Maybe I’ll retcon those playlists to be part of this series. Regardless, this week’s playlist, Mood Music: Happiness, explores music that will put you in a happy mood. It’s as simple as that!

Mood Music: Happiness features toe-tapping songs such as Nobody but Me by Human Beinz, Come Dancing by the Kinks, and The Future’s So Bright by Timbuk 3. The Go-Gos tell us they’ve got the beat, The B-52s tell us to roam, and Adam Ant tells us we’re wonderful. Other artists include George Harrison, The Cars, Roxette, Erasure, The Vogues, The Polyphonic Spree, Limahl, Sleigh Bells, and more! I dare you to get through this week’s playlist without a smile on your face.

Enjoy Mood Music: Happiness. And make sure to scroll past the playlists below to read about what’s coming up in AudioPerfectaland!

Music: Happiness

What comes after Mood Music: Happiness

That’s the big question, isn’t it? Honestly, I really don’t know! That’s not entirely true, I have a few articles I want to write. I want to review The B-52s last studio album and explain why it’s one of the most ignored albums in history. I also want to explore a myth about the song “Baker Street” that I recently found out to be false.

One thing I do know the next article will be a Cover vs Original. I might tackle the song “I Still Believe (Great Design).” That sax player! However, as always, I’m open to suggestions! I want to hear what you, my loyal readers. So let me know in the comments if you like these ideas, or if you have any ideas of your own. Regardless, I can’t wait to put fingers to keys on this next article! And the one after that, and the one after that!

Until next week, dear readers. As always, rock on, and rocksteady!

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