A Fast & Furious Heist

This dream was probably inspired by me watching this teaser trailer yesterday for the upcoming movie Fast & Furious 9 (F9: The Fast Saga):

Les Petroleuses (Feat. Camille) – Nicole (Late Night Tales: Nouvelle Vague)

Today’s song is the song Nicole by Les Petroleuses / Les Pétroleuses (Marc Collin) and Camille from the 2007 DJ mix album Late Night Tales: Nouvelle Vague by Nouvelle Vague:

Les Petroleuses (Feat. Camille) – Nicole (Late Night Tales: Nouvelle Vague)

I probably found this song years ago back in maybe 2007 – 2009 probably when I was looking for more music by and similar to several French musicians that I was listening to at the time.

Savage Garden – To The Moon And Back

To the Moon & Back
To the Moon & Back (Short Edit)

What is it?

Today’s song is the song To The Moon And Back by the Australian pop duo Savage Garden from their album Savage Garden; this song is one of my favorite songs by this group.

Here is how Wikipedia describes this song:

“To the Moon and Back” is a song by Australian pop duo Savage Garden. It was released in Australia on 4 November 1996[1] as the second single from their self-titled 1997 album. It was the follow up to their hit “I Want You”. It won the 1997 ARIA Music Award for Song of the Year. The song became a Top 3 hit on the UK Singles Chart, and a Top 25 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, and was also the band’s first number one in their native country.[2][3]

In an interview with Apple Music about their debut album, singer Darren Hayes explained the origins of the song.

“I was a big science fiction fan – I loved Blade Runner. I wrote it from that point of view, or the idea of what it means to be human. That idea of yearning to express your emotions and your feelings and for that to be legitimized. There was also someone in my life whose persona was very standoffish and who pushed everyone who loved her away. But I could see underneath that hard shell, there was so much pain and all that stuff that I identified with – mum never loved her much, daddy never kept in touch, these are things actually bothering this person.”[4]

Savage Garden – To The Moon And Back [HD]

Moloko – Stylophone Pet

Photo by Joe on Pexels.com

What Is It?

The song Stylophone Pet by Moloko from their 1998 album I Am Not A Doctor:

Stylophone Pet
moloko stylophone pet

Here are the descriptions for the videos above:

Provided to YouTube by Echo

Stylophone Pet · Moloko

I Am Not a Doctor

℗ 1998 The Echo Label Limited, a BMG Company trading as Echo

Released on: 1998-08-24

Producer, Keyboards: Mark Brydon
Vocals: Róisín Murphy
Composer: Mark Brydon
Composer: Róisín Murphy

Auto-generated by YouTube.

Moloko | Stylophone Pet | I Am Not A Doctor


SONG: Stylophone Pet

ARTIST: Moloko

ALBUM: I Am Not A Doctor

WRITERS: Mark Brydon, Róisín Murphy

LICENSES: BMG Rights Management (Europe) GmbH, PIAS (on behalf of Echo); ARESA, MINT_BMG, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, and 3 Music Rights Societies

Dashie (Charlie Guzman) & The Search For A Rumored Legendary Jazz / Blues Musician / Mentor

I had some more dreams but all that I can remember of this dream or two dreams is that it or they took place during the day, the end of the dream or dreams took started at a multi-story chemical plant/construction site that was possibly dug or carved into this area because there were tall dirt/mountain-like structures around it with a lot of metal and pipes, and some construction/chemical plant-like workers with safety vest and safety glasses and hard hats.

Dashie (Charlie Guzman) from YouTube filmed several videos here in the past in the dream, and he was there again filming a gaming video of him playing a Mario Kart video game as some male workers watched.

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