• Circling Square
    Humpback Oak, 1994 - Being anywhere, anytime for the one you love unconditionally, this song teases out the essence of love at its purest.
  • Come Home to Me
    Shirley Nair & The Silver Strings, 1965 - When the fight is over, what happens? Will the hurt pass, will the lovers unite?
  • Driven
    Concave Scream, 1997 - A lonely heart’s final plea to salvage a love past its time. Hearing “Don’t leave me” knowing how it’ll end makes this song that much more poignant.
  • Girl From Katong
    Serenaide, 2005 - Probably the only song with Katong and Marine Parade in its lyrics, this is the ultimate anthem for every Singaporean east-sider.
  • Jane
    Kick!, 1994 - We all know that story of boy meets girl, boy goes NS, girl goes away. Now, hear a young Jon Klass sing about it from his Kick! days.
  • Roses
    Gingerbread, 1985 - This iconic 1980s tune questions the permanence of love vows. You’ll never see the classic poem, “Roses Are Red”, the same again.
  • Shanty
    The Quests, 1964 - The first local pop composition to climb the charts, knock The Beatles off the top spot, then dominate it for 12 weeks, Shanty is a must-listen.
  • Siti
    Force Vomit, 2002 - Whoever Siti is, this song will have you chanting “Don’t give up! Oh Siti, don’t give up!” with its catchy chorus.
  • The Mad Chinaman
    Dick Lee, 1989 - Dick Lee is of music’s biggest names in Singapore today, hear his breakout track about the Singapore experience.
  • You’re The Boy
    Shirley Nair & The Silver Strings, 1965 - This favourite among lovers will take you back to the famous tea dances of the 1960s.
  • Don’t Cry
    Naked, 1995 - Heartbreak, longing, and a sound many compared to Duran Duran and Spandau Ballet.
  • Don’t Want You Around Anymore
    Mike & Herb, 1966 - Another one by Eurasian brothers Mike and Herb, this song tells of love, loss, and moving on.
  • Goodil
    The Stoned Revivals, 1997 - Topping the charts in 1997 and then staying on-air for 4 months, this feel-good number will have your wanderlust kicking in full gear.
  • I’ve Been A Fool
    Mike & Herb, 1966 - A song about love, betrayal, and getting the last word by “The Beatles of Malaysia”, originally from Singapore.
  • Lost Boy Or Girl
    Humpback Oak, 1999 - Put this song on when you’re in an introspective mood and it’ll take you on a journey of self-discovery.
  • My Lonely Heart
    The Thunderbirds, 1966 - Love, loss, and heartbreak. Let the iconic guitar line in the introduction set your heart afire.
  • My One and Only
    Watchmen, 1993 - It doesn’t matter if you first heard it in the 80s, the 90s from 12-Storeys or even today – this song will knot your heartstrings all the same.
  • Paper Roses, Paper Dreams
    Western Union Band, 1977 - Love predicted, love found, love lost. The next time a gypsy offers you a prediction, maybe it’s best to ask for the full story.
  • Radio Station
    Padres, 1993 - Feel the energy and spirit of the 90s local indie music scene, forever captured in this song’s anthemic lyrics and beat.
  • Sausalito
    Western Union Band, 1977 - This song name-drops various cities in the United States, but for Chris Vadham, there’s still no place like home at the end of the day.
  • Strangers
    Zircon Lounge, 1983 - Don’t be a stranger! Hear the first sparks of Singapore alternative music in this 1983 hit.
  • Tea Break
    The Quests, 1965 - This 1965 chart-topper makes you want to drop whatever you are doing for a nice afternoon tea break.
  • The Dew
    The Cyclones, 1965 - Grounded in rhythm and blues with a strong pounding beat, The Cyclone’s biggest hit sounds fresh even today.
  • Unity Song
    The Oddfellows, 1992 - Roll with The Oddfellows on this 1992 chart-topper. A feel-good anthem that will have you wanting to belt out: “I’ll be around.”
  • What About
    Sugarflies, 1998 - This 90s song pays tribute to pop sounds of the 70s, taking you back to an era past through dreamy nostalgia goggles.
  • Circling Square
    Humpback Oak, 1994 - Being anywhere, anytime for the one you love unconditionally, this song teases out the essence of love at its purest.
  • Come Home to Me
    Shirley Nair & The Silver Strings, 1965 - When the fight is over, what happens? Will the hurt pass, will the lovers unite?
  • Driven
    Concave Scream, 1997 - A lonely heart’s final plea to salvage a love past its time. Hearing “Don’t leave me” knowing how it’ll end makes this song that much more poignant.
  • Girl From Katong
    Serenaide, 2005 - Probably the only song with Katong and Marine Parade in its lyrics, this is the ultimate anthem for every Singaporean east-sider.
  • Jane
    Kick!, 1994 - We all know that story of boy meets girl, boy goes NS, girl goes away. Now, hear a young Jon Klass sing about it from his Kick! days.
  • Roses
    Gingerbread, 1985 - This iconic 1980s tune questions the permanence of love vows. You’ll never see the classic poem, “Roses Are Red”, the same again.
  • Shanty
    The Quests, 1964 - The first local pop composition to climb the charts, knock The Beatles off the top spot, then dominate it for 12 weeks, Shanty is a must-listen.
  • Siti
    Force Vomit, 2002 - Whoever Siti is, this song will have you chanting “Don’t give up! Oh Siti, don’t give up!” with its catchy chorus.
  • The Mad Chinaman
    Dick Lee, 1989 - Dick Lee is of music’s biggest names in Singapore today, hear his breakout track about the Singapore experience.
  • You’re The Boy
    Shirley Nair & The Silver Strings, 1965 - This favourite among lovers will take you back to the famous tea dances of the 1960s.
  • Don’t Cry
    Naked, 1995 - Heartbreak, longing, and a sound many compared to Duran Duran and Spandau Ballet.
  • Don’t Want You Around Anymore
    Mike & Herb, 1966 - Another one by Eurasian brothers Mike and Herb, this song tells of love, loss, and moving on.
  • Goodil
    The Stoned Revivals, 1997 - Topping the charts in 1997 and then staying on-air for 4 months, this feel-good number will have your wanderlust kicking in full gear.
  • I’ve Been A Fool
    Mike & Herb, 1966 - A song about love, betrayal, and getting the last word by “The Beatles of Malaysia”, originally from Singapore.
  • Lost Boy Or Girl
    Humpback Oak, 1999 - Put this song on when you’re in an introspective mood and it’ll take you on a journey of self-discovery.
  • My Lonely Heart
    The Thunderbirds, 1966 - Love, loss, and heartbreak. Let the iconic guitar line in the introduction set your heart afire.
  • My One and Only
    Watchmen, 1993 - It doesn’t matter if you first heard it in the 80s, the 90s from 12-Storeys or even today – this song will knot your heartstrings all the same.
  • Paper Roses, Paper Dreams
    Western Union Band, 1977 - Love predicted, love found, love lost. The next time a gypsy offers you a prediction, maybe it’s best to ask for the full story.
  • Radio Station
    Padres, 1993 - Feel the energy and spirit of the 90s local indie music scene, forever captured in this song’s anthemic lyrics and beat.
  • Sausalito
    Western Union Band, 1977 - This song name-drops various cities in the United States, but for Chris Vadham, there’s still no place like home at the end of the day.
  • Strangers
    Zircon Lounge, 1983 - Don’t be a stranger! Hear the first sparks of Singapore alternative music in this 1983 hit.
  • Tea Break
    The Quests, 1965 - This 1965 chart-topper makes you want to drop whatever you are doing for a nice afternoon tea break.
  • The Dew
    The Cyclones, 1965 - Grounded in rhythm and blues with a strong pounding beat, The Cyclone’s biggest hit sounds fresh even today.
  • Unity Song
    The Oddfellows, 1992 - Roll with The Oddfellows on this 1992 chart-topper. A feel-good anthem that will have you wanting to belt out: “I’ll be around.”
  • What About
    Sugarflies, 1998 - This 90s song pays tribute to pop sounds of the 70s, taking you back to an era past through dreamy nostalgia goggles.
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Singapore Classic Hits

  • Circling Square
    Humpback Oak
  • Come Home to Me
    Shirley Nair & The Silver Strings
  • Driven
    Concave Scream
  • Girl From Katong
    Serenaide
  • Jane
    Kick!
  • Don’t Cry
    Naked
  • Don’t Want You Around Anymore
    Mike & Herb
  • Goodil
    The Stoned Revivals
  • I’ve Been A Fool
    Mike & Herb
  • Roses
    Gingerbread
  • Shanty
    The Quests
  • Siti
    Force Vomit
  • The Mad Chinaman
    Dick Lee
  • You’re The Boy
    Shirley Nair & The Silver Strings
  • Lost Boy Or Girl
    Humpback Oak
  • My Lonely Heart
    The Thunderbirds
  • My One and Only
    Watchmen
  • Paper Roses, Paper Dreams
    Western Union Band
  • Radio Station
    Padres
  • Sausalito
    Western Union Band
  • Strangers
    Zircon Lounge
  • Tea Break
    The Quests
  • The Dew
    The Cyclones
  • Unity Song
    The Oddfellows
  • What About
    Sugarflies

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