P.M. Dawn had about 18 months of fame between 1991 and ’93. I think due to my various BMG and Columbia House memberships I ended up owning two of their cassettes (I must have done that buy 1 get 10 free offer or whatever it was at least 7 or 8 times). Looking Through Patient Eyes was my favorite of their songs:
Their first big hit and the song they are best known for is Set Adrift on Memory Bliss. I remember being at girl’s birthday party freshman year of high school and watching the Molly Ringwald movie Sixteen Candles. In the movie the 1983 song “True” by Spandau Ballet is featured, and that was the exact moment in which I first began to realize that most pop music is recycled.
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