Songs About Taste
There are many songs with the word “taste” in the title, and most of these songs are about it. Most of them have different lyrical interpretations, but they are all about tasting. The Beatles’ “A Taste of Honey” and the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Taste the Pain” are among the best songs with this word in the title.
‘Peaches’ by The Presidents of the United States of America
The Presidents of the United States of America are a band that formed in 1996. They were nominated for a grammy for their song “Peaches”, which reached #8 on the Hot Modern Rock charts. The band plays a style of power pop that is accessible for all age groups, and they have released five albums to date. The band’s lead singer, Chris Ballew, says that he wrote the song about a girl he once had a crush on.
‘Peaches’ is a song by the band, and it was ranked as one of the 100 greatest songs of the 90s on VH1. ‘Peaches’ was written by Chris Ballew, who had a crush on a girl while sitting in the backyard under a peach tree. He then wrote the song acoustically while waiting for her to come home. The song’s acoustic version was also released on a b-side for the album.
‘Taste The Pain’ by Animal Collective
‘Taste The Pain’ by Animal collective is a side project from the band known for their evocative and unsettling sounds. The album has four tracks spread over 54 minutes and features vocals from Annie Lennox. The album has elements of noise-rock and ambient music, with glistening melodies on occasion.
Animal Collective’s music is deeply subjective. The unique point of view of each listener defines the compositions. The layers and textures are so dense and rich that each observer catches something different in the mix. You might hear pounding drums, a flurry of wild and unhinged harmonies, or even an orchestra of minute samples.
Over the course of a decade, Animal Collective refined their experimental pop sound. The band’s “Dead Pet” tribute song harkens back to the pastoral inclinations of Sung Tongs and the “Winter Wonderland” song incorporates the high-pitched noise of Danse Manatee. In addition, the band’s weird rock tendencies finally find their full expression on “Fireworks,” their last record.
The tracklist of ‘Taste The Pain’ isn’t very long but it has its moments. The album’s lead single, FloriDada, is a standout among highlights. Painting With has a few brilliant moments, but it’s not the best Animal Collective album.