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'Everybody Loves You When You're Dead'   

-  Label: 'Bandcamp/I-tunes'
-  Genre: 'Pop' -  Release Date: '26 January 2017'

Our Rating:
Yes, the celebrity cavalcade of death that was 2016 convinced Lola Dutronic that now was the perfect time to rework and re-record one of their best singles. Consequently, 'Everybody Loves You When You're Dead' now comes with updated lyrics about the legends to have left us from the end of 2015 (in Lemmy's case) through to George Michael at Christmas via David Bowie. Oh, and there's also nice dig at Ted Nugent for still being alive.

If you didn't love this first time around it's a very cool slice of Synth-pop with (as ever) nicely ironic lyrics that this time around take the mick out of Laughing Len for needing to come back to clear his debts with Stephanie B's breathy vocals. Of course, there's a verse about Prince too. Over the seemingly happy upbeat music, all the death unfurls and worms its way into your ears and then just won't leave like Ted Nugent at a Hunting lodge.

This should have you waving your arms in the air like you just don't care as you sing Everybody Loves You When You're Dead.

Buy it now from:

Lola Dutronic Bandcamp page

Lola Dutronic iTunes page
  author: simonovitch

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LOLA DUTRONIC - Everybody Loves You When You're Dead