26. David Bowie, “Drive-In Saturday” (1973):
“Drive-In Saturday” imagines a post-apocalyptic future in which people must turn to old books and movies to remember how to have sex:
27. Eurythmics, “Sexcrime” (1984):
“Sexcrime” was written for, but not (or barely) used in, the 1984 film version of 1984; it refers to the ban, in Orwell’s dystopia, on all sexual activity for any purpose other than reproduction. Annie Lennox, as often, looks a bit like Bowie’s long-lost sibling:
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