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Olympica: il diffusore acustico perfetto per ascoltare la nostra playlist anti Blue Monday.

We thought about the perfect playlist designed to cheer you up facing this day with a great determination and the sound of your Sonus faber speakers.

We selected five of the thirteen songs belonging to our “anti-Blue Monday” playlist:
Pump up the volume of your speakers, start with the songs you already know and then let yourself be carried away by the positive energy of all the albums we recommend.

Turn up the volume of your speakers with “Feeling Good” by Muse – Origin Of Symmetry, 2001

In this energetic cover of one of the most famous songs by Nina Simone, Muse tell us that for them “it’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, it’s a new life, for me…and I’m feeling good”.

Reach your dreams with “Move On Up” by Curtis Mayfield – Curtis, 1970

The emotional charge of Curtis Mayfield is here combined with a motivational lyric that invites us to travel to overcome sadness. A journey to fulfill one’s dreams without being discouraged. A song of almost nine minutes in which the funk makes us a reminder for a new day to come (“Just move on up, to a greater day, with just a little faith, if you put your mind to it you can surely do it”).

Run away from everyday life with “Monday” by Wilco – Being There, 1996

Jeff Tweedy has the awareness of having made a mistake and he’s willing to escape leaving everyone surprised. It could be a common thought, on the day of Blue Monday!

Don’t stop thanks to the rapid rhythm of “Can’t Stop” by Red Hot Chili Peppers – By The Way, 2002

The energy of Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith, Flea and John Frusciante, derives from the pressures among the artists, arising from discussions on the sound direction to be taken. One thing is certain: the influence of John Frusciante is felt throughout the song.
The constant and unstoppable rhythm of this song is the perfect metaphor of the ideal attitude for every day of the week.

Listen to the crystal clear “Blue Monday” sound of the New Order – Power, Corruption & Lies, 1983

What a better song to close this selection than “Blue Monday” by New Order? The mantra “How does it feel?” declined in a dance-flavored song, lead us along the most “blue” Monday of the year…let’s end it up with a smile.
Isn’t the Blue Monday a little less sad with your system playing this playlist?