Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Great Lost Singles of the 80s: Special Pre-CIALIS® Edition

From Austin, Texas in 1987, please enjoy the Wild Seeds and their hilarious college radio hit "I'm Sorry, I Can't Rock You All Night Long."

I actually reviewed the album above at The Magazine Formerly Known as Stereo Review when it first came out, and if memory serves I loved it, especially "I'm Sorry." Nevertheless, I seem to have lost my copy, and until discerning commenter MBowen sent the mp3 my way the other day, I had totally forgotten that the song had ever existed, let alone that it was such a pitch-perfect skewering of 80s hair band machismo.
I'm sorry
So sorry
I can't rock you all night long
It's an interesting idea, baby
But it would be wrong
Lord knows, we've all known the feeling, but it's rarely been expressed so eloquently.


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Dave Lifton said...

Is it anything like Please Don't Rock Me Tonight by that friggin' genius Adam Schlesinger?

Blue Ash Fan said...


I have the Mud Lies and Shame CD. I'd be happy to make you a copy.