Happy Monday everyone and welcome to my twelfth Music Monday! Let's share some songs we've been enjoying lately! If you would like to play and I really hope you do, please see the rules and link up below.
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This week I'm going to do something a bit different and talk about some tv theme songs I've enjoyed. The two I'm sharing today, the themes for Peaky Blinders and Desperate Housewives, are quite different from one another, but both are excellent in their own right.
"Red Right Hand" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (1994) - I've recently finished up the excellent first season of the tv show Peaky Blinders (starring Cillian Murphy, Sam Neil, and Helen McCrory). "Red Right Hand" is used as the opening theme song for the show. The show is set in Post-WWI England and focuses on a gang called the Peaky Blinders, a group known for sewing razor blades into the peaks of their hats. Although the show is set back then, for the most part modern music is used for the soundtrack - and it manages to fit the tone and the characters perfectly. If you haven't tried this show, I highly recommend it.
Desperate Housewives Main Theme by Danny Elfman (2004) - I liked this show quite a bit when it started, but I liked the theme song even more. You can't go wrong with Danny Elfman! When they cut it down to the last eight seconds of the theme and a title card in later seasons, I was gutted.