Saturday 80s: Berlin – Metro

Berlin’s “Metro” is a hauntingly atmospheric track that emerged in 1982 as part of the band’s album “Pleasure Victim.” Fronted by Terri Nunn’s sultry vocals, the song navigates a narrative of desire and danger in the urban landscape. The synth-driven melody, crafted by John Crawford and David Diamond, creates a pulsating, futuristic soundscape that perfectly complements Nunn’s evocative lyrics. “Metro” captures the essence of new wave and synth-pop of the early ’80s, showcasing Berlin’s ability to blend sensuality with a dark and enigmatic musical backdrop. The track’s enduring appeal lies in its ability to transport listeners to a nocturnal realm, echoing the mystique of metropolitan life. “Metro” remains a captivating snapshot of the band’s contribution to the evolving sounds of the ’80s, solidifying its place as a classic in the synth-pop genre.

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