I wanna know what you’re thinking about this very electronic song.
1988 folks, we’re almost at the 90s with this one.
“What’s on Your Mind (Pure Energy)” by Information Society sounds like a completely made up title. It is not: it is a real song.
The synth heavy weirdness that is “Pure Energy” is something that could only come out of the late 80s. It’s very robotic. It sounds like a song that should be in a video for business computers.
The lyrics are whatever. Nobody cares about the lyrics. The only thing anybody cares about is the “Pure Energy” voice sample (which happens to be from the late great Leonard Nimoy).
This is a dance song. A dance song for the electronic industrial era. It feels like business, even though it’s just a song about wanting to know what’s on some girl’s mind.
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