Before robot unicorns were all the rage, English synthpop team Erasure could hold onto the nights where there was no shame; even if it was cold outside. The duo's 1994 studio album, titled I Say I Say I Say, is equal parts gentle and animated. While some people can make the argument that the full-length record is a bit too consistent, the undeviating nature of Erasure's sixth LP works in the group's favor given their penchant for crafting extremely catchy tracks that prove innocuous. Andy Bell and Vince Clarke have such sweet chemistry together, it's almost like they decided to create endless batches of Mountain Dew. Though it's not necessarily good for the body, that still tastes delicious.