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Groove Armada — Remember
Album: Lovebox
Avg rating:
7

Your rating:
Total ratings: 874









Released: 2002
Length: 5:26
Plays (last 30 days): 2
What you, what you see

In your time to me and you know that you are free
And when you can be, don't think you only
What you see for remember

What you see, remember what you see
What you... Remember what you see... What you...

In your time to me and you know that you are free
And when you can be, don't think you only
What you see for remember
What you see (for remember), what you see (for remember)
What you see (for remember), what you see (for remember)

Remember what you see, remember what you see
Remember what you see, remember what you see
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Sandy Denny sample just makes this the best track I will hear today. No doubt.
This just came on and I thought "heck that's Sandy Denny!"
jaw on floor.....
 themusicroob wrote:
My rant about Groove Armada:

Groove Armada was probably the first electronic music I ever listened to, before I even knew what electronic music really was.

This weekend I was at a rave in a castle in the northeast of England, sitting outside in the afternoon with my friends when I heard the opening pads of Chicago by Groove Armada wafting out of an upstairs window. Had to sprint upstairs to find an empty dance floor and the DJ spinning happened to be the guy who told us about the rave. Me and my girlfriend spent the next two hours dancing like lunatics to one of the most eclectic and beautiful sets I've ever heard. The DJ later said he thought we ripped a hole in the fabric of time. He might've been right about that because later that night I experienced some very strange glitches in the machine simulating my reality - in fact I think I saw bare metal.

Next day all my friends and I double dropped, lay about in a river and did some rock stacking. Then back to the castle for the most amazing night of raving with complete strangers talking rubbish until that magic time at 4 in the morning when the only music left to be played is hardcore (for the uninitiated - basically the level up sound from an old computer game on repeat).

Music is magic, people are gods, Groove Armada is top shelf awesomeness.
 
wow that's some love
Groove Armada é uma dupla de música eletrônica de Londres, Inglaterra, composto por Andy Cato e Tom Findlay. Eles alcançaram o sucesso com os singles "I See You Baby" e "Superstylin". O grupo já lançou oito álbuns de estúdio, quatro dos quais já graficamente no UK Albums Chart top 50. ESTARÁ SEMPRE EM MINHA LEMBRANÇA
Snob Armada
 BCarn wrote:
Ah! A druggy term. Congrats musicroob. We're so impressed.
 

Good advice for EVERYTHING  in life:  Don't knock it until you've tried it. 

Said another way: "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all."
Sandy Denny! I had to come onto the website to see what this song was.  I thought I had not heard it before, but according to RP I gave it a rating at some point!  

Getting old -- you can discover the same things over and over!
 ziggytrix wrote:
 
Ah! A druggy term. Congrats musicroob. We're so impressed.

Sandy Denny's voice makes this rather nice. My problem w GA is having come to them through Fat Boy Slim's "I see you baby... shakin that ass!" which just kills on a dancefloor - yet everything else from them are these drifty dreary shufflers.
 BCarn wrote:

Double dropped what? Seriously, what?
 

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=dropping%20acid
 themusicroob wrote:
Then back to the castle for the most amazing night of raving with complete strangers talking rubbish until that magic time at 4 in the morning when the only music left to be played is hardcore (for the uninitiated - basically the level up sound from an old computer game on repeat).

Does this take you back?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOukxl4BG_c
 themusicroob wrote:
My rant about Groove Armada:

Groove Armada was probably the first electronic music I ever listened to, before I even knew what electronic music really was.

This weekend I was at a rave in a castle in the northeast of England, sitting outside in the afternoon with my friends when I heard the opening pads of Chicago by Groove Armada wafting out of an upstairs window. Had to sprint upstairs to find an empty dance floor and the DJ spinning happened to be the guy who told us about the rave. Me and my girlfriend spent the next two hours dancing like lunatics to one of the most eclectic and beautiful sets I've ever heard. The DJ later said he thought we ripped a hole in the fabric of time. He might've been right about that because later that night I experienced some very strange glitches in the machine simulating my reality - in fact I think I saw bare metal.

Next day all my friends and I double dropped, lay about in a river and did some rock stacking. Then back to the castle for the most amazing night of raving with complete strangers talking rubbish until that magic time at 4 in the morning when the only music left to be played is hardcore (for the uninitiated - basically the level up sound from an old computer game on repeat).

Music is magic, people are gods, Groove Armada is top shelf awesomeness.
 
Double dropped what? Seriously, what?
My rant about Groove Armada:

Groove Armada was probably the first electronic music I ever listened to, before I even knew what electronic music really was.

This weekend I was at a rave in a castle in the northeast of England, sitting outside in the afternoon with my friends when I heard the opening pads of Chicago by Groove Armada wafting out of an upstairs window. Had to sprint upstairs to find an empty dance floor and the DJ spinning happened to be the guy who told us about the rave. Me and my girlfriend spent the next two hours dancing like lunatics to one of the most eclectic and beautiful sets I've ever heard. The DJ later said he thought we ripped a hole in the fabric of time. He might've been right about that because later that night I experienced some very strange glitches in the machine simulating my reality - in fact I think I saw bare metal.

Next day all my friends and I double dropped, lay about in a river and did some rock stacking. Then back to the castle for the most amazing night of raving with complete strangers talking rubbish until that magic time at 4 in the morning when the only music left to be played is hardcore (for the uninitiated - basically the level up sound from an old computer game on repeat).

Music is magic, people are gods, Groove Armada is top shelf awesomeness.
 ziggytrix wrote:

It means it makes me nostalgic for the joys of running around darkened warehouses in a synesthetic headspace. {#Bounce}{#Lol}{#Bounce}

 
Yes - good times.
 Proclivities wrote:

Does that mean that you like this song?

 
It means it makes me nostalgic for the joys of running around darkened warehouses in a synesthetic headspace. {#Bounce}{#Lol}{#Bounce}
Wow, I never noticed until this song how much Maire Brennan's (Clannad) voice is like Sandy Denny's.
 ziggytrix wrote:
This song smells like hairspray and fog machines at 4 AM to me.
 
Does that mean that you like this song?
Great song - never would have come across it if not for RP - can't believe it was released in 2002!
Great band name
I actually really kind of Like this
 maggierob wrote:
Why not just play the original? Denny's voice overshadows everything  else in this song (the everything  else being derivative garbage).
 
While I don't think this song is garbage I would really like to hear to original track 'Autopsy' off the  Fairport Convention album 'Unhalfbricking'. Or alternatively the sublime live version they did for 'Heyday the BBC Sessions 1968-1969'.
Why not just play the original? Denny's voice overshadows everything  else in this song (the everything  else being derivative garbage).
Fascinating. Haven't heard Groove Armada for years… never underestimate RP's powers of worthy resurrection 
I can forgive anything to get Sandy Denny's lovely voice out there. But this is a real hatchet job.
What a loss of talent, Sandy Denny what a unique voice
I love their name, Groove Armada. How cool is that? {#Mrgreen}
The original is so much better than this.  
I like !
 bev wrote:
Without the Sandy Denny sampling it might have seen a rating of 4 or 5 from me; but...her voice gives me goosebumps. It  automatically made me sit up and take notice of this song and bumps it up to 7.

 
I agree Bev it took me a while to warm to this, as I was stunned to hear Sandy Dennys vocal sampled into something this different. However now I’m over the shock I quite like it.
 bev wrote:
Without the Sandy Denny sampling it might have seen a rating of 4 or 5 from me; but...her voice gives me goosebumps. It  automatically made me sit up and take notice of this song and bumps it up to 7.

 
agree, that's absolutely what makes it cool.
...very cool!..
Without the Sandy Denny sampling it might have seen a rating of 4 or 5 from me; but...her voice gives me goosebumps. It  automatically made me sit up and take notice of this song and bumps it up to 7.
..i'd sail the high seas alongside this armada..8!..

 Hungerdunger wrote:
... it can't be bad if it allows a new generation to hear just what a beautiful voice Sandy had.

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Although... I always preferred Judy Dyble's voice for its naiveté. 




Damn Straight.............. this is some good $hit......
Thanks a lot for this groovy mix! Fits perfectly to the falling snow outside!
Nothing says "creativity" like an oscillator sweep.

Unless it's sampling an entire vocal track.

I think I'll go listen to some Fairport, the only enjoyable thing here.
 
 DaveInVA wrote:
Like some of the other posters I hear a hint of Sandy Denny's voice in this. Kinda like Sandy Denny doing Kate Bush style songs...
 

Pretty sure it's more than a hint {#Good-vibes}
 peyotecoyote wrote:
Hey! this is trippy
 

This song smells like hairspray and fog machines at 4 AM to me.

Like some of the other posters I hear a hint of Sandy Denny's voice in this. Kinda like Sandy Denny doing Kate Bush style songs...
Nice! Too much good new music!
{#Yes}  yes  peyotecoyote wrote:
Hey! this is trippy
 


As a long-term Fairport aficionado, this song spooked me the first time I heard it, but after I couple of listens I really love it, especially the orchestration.  And it can't be bad if it allows a new generation to hear just what a beautiful voice Sandy had.
A very cool 9
Yawn.
bam23 wrote:
I thought that was Sandy Denny's voice, but will confess to not finding this to be either an improvement on her work or even a reasonably good homage to her. The tedious heavy-handed percussion really adds nothing of value. Taking a voice out of its context does not always work.
Same for me. This sounds kind of like Sandy haunting a video game.
:drunk: Cool zong!
I thought that was Sandy Denny's voice, but will confess to not finding this to be either an improvement on her work or even a reasonably good homage to her. The tedious heavy-handed percussion really adds nothing of value. Taking a voice out of its context does not always work.
A very small Groove Armada trying to "Remember" how to find the Lovebox
Exactly my thought. jojopuppyfish wrote:
This sample makes me miss Sandy Denny.
ScottishWillie wrote:
I love the Fairport Convention song they've sampled for this and I'm not sure that I altogether approve of what they've done to it! However that's probably shock at hearing used this way. I think I should listen to the track again a couple of times before I decide.
I'm with you. I did not recogize the Fairport Convention song, but thought she did sound like Sandy. A few more listens are needed here.
ScottishWillie wrote:
I love the Fairport Convention song they've sampled for this and I'm not sure that I altogether approve of what they've done to it! However that's probably shock at hearing used this way. I think I should listen to the track again a couple of times before I decide.
Love this. I understand about the shock. And thanks for mentioning Fairport Convention. I knew I recognized the voice but was having a hard time placing it - wayyy out of musical context :-) I like, though. It's got a nice flow and a nice feel.
me likes :meditate: :chillpill: :devil_pimp:
sounds like the 60's dubbed over?
This sample makes me miss Sandy Denny.
This is pretty gimmicky, I like everything about it except the way-too-heavy drum track.
I love the Fairport Convention song they've sampled for this and I'm not sure that I altogether approve of what they've done to it! However that's probably shock at hearing used this way. I think I should listen to the track again a couple of times before I decide.
First I've heard from this band, and they're aptly named: nice groove.
I like the Sandy Denny sample.
Hey! this is trippy :sunny: