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February 15, 2008
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BoinkMusic: Siobhan Donaghy

While it may be one of the lesser concerns when preparing to have sex, music can play a role in making or breaking the mood. Of course, if you spend half the evening combing through your vast record collection, and the only sound you’re likely to hear is that of your lover walking out the door.

Boinkology wants you to get laid, so we’re taking the guesswork out and giving you our own handpicked selections of the latest and greatest new tracks to download and get down to. Every Friday, Camille Acey brings you BoinkMusic: music you don’t know, but should definitely be fucking to.

Sometimes it’s utterly impossible to reinvent yourself. You try and try but people just know you as a certain thing and won’t let go. In cases, like this it might be good to take the lead of Siobhan Donaghy, who was a founding member of saccharine Brit pop group, The Sugababes, but decided to leave, have a break down, and reappear years later with epic Kate Bush-inspired music for faeries, gay boys, and other dreamy creatures.

Specimen: Siobhan Donaghy – Ghosts

Description: Floaty music creepy tinkling bells and adventure movie-esque harmonies.

Hypothesis: Try this song for a change, and we have a feeling you’ll get to new and epic places of your own.

Further Research: http://www.myspace.com/siobhandonaghyparlophone

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