Pop, Pop-Rock, Power-Pop , Disco-Pop Albums at Odimusic
Release Info: Wishful Thinking - Hiroshima (1971)
вЂў Hiroshima - A schmaltzy interpretation about a bitter subject. Once I wanted to be a do-gooder but they just beat me to it.
вЂў This Time Tomorrow - Nice pop-song, nothing more and nothing less.
вЂў She Belongs To The Night - Recently compiled on Fairytales Can Come True Vol. 5. I think my mother would like it (Hey! Don't say nothing against my mum! She's 81!).
вЂў Mary Goodbye - That's a good one. Sounds like late '60s pop-sike (Toby Twirl, World Of Oz ect.).
вЂў Ever Since I Can Remember - A ballad (as far as I can remember).
вЂў We're Gonna Change All This - A good pick for Mr. Toytown Vol. 4. Not my cup of tea.
вЂў Now - Started with a folk guitar and turns into a late sixties style ballad with harmony vocals. Three years to late but who cares about that in 2010? I like it.
вЂў United States Of Europe '79 - Pop-Rock, not what I regularly hear but the chorus is great.
вЂў I Wrote A Song - Not that I would even be remotely interested.
вЂў 1984 - If we're talking about Psychedelic music, then this is their magnum opus. Unusual for this album but perhaps the best song they've ever made. Compiled on Psychedelic Pstones Vol. 4.
вЂў Goodbye Lover - I think my father would like it (Hey! Don't say nothing against my dad! He's 82!)
Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)
There's also a website with more info: The Official German Wishful Thinking Site