Come On Eileen // Dexys Midnight Runners Let’s Dance // David Bowie Don’t Stop Believing // Journey September // Earth, Wind and Fire Lisztomania // Phoenix Waterloo // ABBA You Can Call Me Al // Paul Simon Shake It // Metro Station Jump Rope // Blue October Why should I Worry // Billy Joel
In addition to state-of-the-art weapons, shielding, and navigation technology, Driver’s vehicle the McMANN also has a cassette tape player, which is very exciting because it means they get to make mixtapes they can make everyone else listen to while they head out on a mission.
So I made a couple of YouTube playlists.
These are all songs that came out in America between 1960 and spring of 1974, mostly a blend of rock, soul, power pop, and some proto-punk. The first one is faster songs, more rock ‘n’ roll. The second has more soul and love songs and stuff. Chill, but you can still sing along to ‘em.
Summary: “It’s like the song is prodding at Katya to do something, to just surrender already, and let himself try happiness for a change. And maybe it’s the late hour, or the sight of Trixie asleep on his shoulder, but Katya kind of wants to just fucking take the leap and do it.”
A/N: I’m back, guys, but writing a different ship this time. An anon requested a fluffy Trixya fic surrounding Waterloo, maybe it having some special meaning to them, and I suddenly remembered my own conclusion that even though the song came out in the 70s, it was still somehow written about Trixya. So this is just a lil oneshot, set during their tour of Australia back before Unhhhh and all of that. The fic does have to do with the song, so being familiar with the lyrics is useful. Drag names, male pronouns. I’d love any and all feedback!