A quick and easy way to see what songs from yesteryear I’ve covered so far.
At the time of writing, the Throwback Thoughts series turns 3 months old today. While I didn’t originally start this blog to make song reviews, Throwback has helped battle my procrastination issue so I don’t post once or twice a month. I kinda have my Spring Day/Not Today review to thank since I probably wouldn’t have had the idea for Throwback if not for that. Now that the number of Throwback Thoughts is over a dozen, I figured I should make a masterpost including every post in the series, rather than making you click the “reviews” tag on the sidebar.
In case you aren’t familiar with the Throwback Thoughts format, here’s a mini-crash course; in an attempt to a) keep this blog active, b) explore and share K-pop songs from the past that most likely were created before this blog’s inception, and c) keep up with what’s new in the non-music aspect of K-pop. I review one song a week by an artist that was involved in a trending topic during the week leading up the day of posting. What qualifies as a trending topic? Dating news, crime breaking, disbandments/lineup changes, just being problematic, just to name a few. If it happens between the previous Thursday and the day of publishing, a song by the relevant artist can be reviewed for Throwback Thoughts where I will talk about whatever I want. Comebacks are exempt from trending topics. Because I could just review the new song instead. If I don’t, then maybe I can review that new song the next year. The Throwback Thoughts articles here are in order of song release date by year (newest to oldest) rather than when the posts were published. As well as alphabetically because I can’t be bothered googling during which month was the song was released.
If you’re reading this, that means you’ve taken an interest in what I’ve written and I love you for that.