After a few weeks of jumbo-sized Alphabet Soup columns, somewhat predictably, The Letter X is a short one. We’re a bit punk rock this week.
The Letter S is truly jumbo-sized this week. So, so many good songs start with this common letter, and even though I have a lot to talk about this week, believe me when I say that I am still holding back. We can gush in the comments instead.
Friends, we are officially at the halfway point for this column. Let’s reward ourselves by rocking out and taking in the eye candy.
Look at us, reaching The Letter G in favorite-song-goodness already! This week, I talk about one of my all-time favorite songs of any letter, semi-cheat on my own rules, talk about the difference between live sets and studio albums, and mention that historical artifact, The Virgin Megastore. Get in!
Alphabet Soup is an ongoing project where I write glorified love letters to my favorite songs for each letter of the alphabet. This week, we cover the letter “B.” I include all sorts of decades this time, but what do you know, I’ve even got a newer song in there, too.
Alphabet Soup is an ongoing project during which I talk about my favorite songs from each letter of the alphabet, and the personal stories behind those songs, all in a satisfying Top 5 list. Let’s kick things off with The Letter A, which, with one exception, is so very 90s: