Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Awesome Old Song of the Week: "Return to Innocence" by Enigma

A few weeks ago I wrote about "Phonebooth" (that's the short version of the name) by Primitive Radio Gods.  While I was working on that post I kept thinking to myself "there's another mid 90's pop song that sounds the same as this one."  Today while randomly scanning old Billboard charts (yeah, I do that sometimes) I came across it: Return to Innocence by Enigma.  I'm not sure exactly what it is that makes these two songs so much alike, but to me they are interchangeable.

Also, is it possible I never saw this video before?  All the stuff going backwards is really cool; the bocce balls in particular.


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