I’d love to make a revamp/continuation of Underground someday. Maybe a comic or fanfic or even an ask-blog or something I dunno. I wanna do some research first though, which means rewatching the show again.
Would you guys be up for something like a liveblog or a retrospective or something similar while I rewatch Underground?
♚ ❛ meet me on the battlefield (moon butterfly ft. toffee fanmix )
act i. primadonna girl by marina + the diamonds ft. prefekt remix / a. army by ellie goulding ft. danny dove remix / b. wild horses by birdy ft. sam feldt remix / act ii. unstoppable by sia ft. imes remix / c. ghost by halsey ft. lost kings remix / intermission. in circles by transistor ost ft. orchestra remix / act iii. meet me on the battlefield by svrcina / d. every breath you take by the police ft. denmark + winter / ( x )
On this day in music history: November 17, 1987 - “You Can Dance” by Madonna is released. Produced by Madonna, Stephen Bray, Nile Rodgers, Reggie Lucas, Mark Kamins and John “Jellybean” Benitez, it is recorded from May 1982 - September 1987. The seven track compilation is the first remix album from Madonna, and features tracks from her first three albums remixed by John “Jellybean” Benitez, Shep Pettibone, Bruce Forest, Frank Heller, Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero. The set is filled out by the track “Spotlight” which is a previously unreleased outtake from the “True Blue” sessions. The album is sequenced so that the tracks are mixed together in a continuous sequence on both sides to emulate a DJ’s club set. A promotional version of the album is released to radio that features edited versions of the tracks with cue banding between the songs. Warner Bros also issues three promo 12" singles (“Where’s The Party” b/w “Spotlight”, “Into The Groove” b/w “Everybody” and “Holiday” b/w “Over And Over) to club DJ’s that become heavily sought after by collectors. The album also features liner notes written by music journalist Brian Chin that are printed on the "belly band/OBI strip” wrapped around the album jacket on the original vinyl pressing. “You Can Dance” peaks at number fourteen on the Billboard Top 200, spending one week at number one on the Club Play chart, and is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.