Category: Tiffany

I Think We’re Alone Now – A Timeless Anthem of Youthful Rebellion and Romance

The late ’80s witnessed the emergence of a pop phenomenon that would encapsulate the spirit of youthful rebellion and romance in its melodic waves. Tiffany’s cover of ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’, originally a 1967 hit by Tommy James and the Shondells, became an emblematic track that spoke to the burning desires of a disconnected youth looking for a sense of identity and freedom within the constrains of societal norms.

I Think We're Alone Now

“I Think We’re Alone Now” by Tiffany

It seems that Britney Spears wasn’t the first female singer to have a debut hit single in her mid-teens via a song with sexual innuendos. And that’s because a solid decade before “…Baby One More Time” came...