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Kasabian — Ovary Stripe
Album: Kasabian
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7

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Total ratings: 1437









Released: 2004
Length: 3:47
Plays (last 30 days): 2
(Instrumental)
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The synth reminds me of this masterpiece 
Shmingy.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!!!! I think this played during the credits. 
very enjoyable..
Great segue from Tim Buckley's "Pleasant Street to this...
My favourite Kasabian song.
Compelling.
Simply amazing. Got hooked up on Kasabian with The Sunshine movie soundtrack.
No comment in 5 years..... I couldn't resist :) 
Sounds like it should be on  Bourne movie soundtrack.... very cool music.
 coloradojohn wrote:
This thing STILL SIZZLES!

 
Almost a year later, it hasn't stopped. :-)
This thing STILL SIZZLES!
 4merdj wrote:
Mysterious ... as the feminine spirit behind the seas ... 
 
 
Not sure about the feminine spirit but that's one exclusive, hard-to-get-onto campsite you've got there.
Sound track to the 2014 Bourne movie, The Bourne Fallacy?
A great gripping, entertaining instrumental piece from a band that's doing a lot of great lyrical work as well. Have to turn this one up!
Mysterious ... as the feminine spirit behind the seas ... 
 
{#Dancingbanana_2} I love this song!!!
 heyjoe3577 wrote:
Who names themself after a Charles Manson cult member anyways? Why?
 
Why do you know who Linda Kasabian is?  There's possibly a similar answer to both questions.
 Jeff09 wrote:
I'm hearing "soundtrack to very cool, hipster space flick."
 
I'm hearing "soundtrack to very cool, hipster, SPY flick."

Foda!
I'm hearing "soundtrack to very cool, hipster space flick."
 cayenne wrote:
Whenever I hear this, I feel like I'm in a spy movie.
 
I think it's the best approach to life :)
Atlantis wrote:

Apparently this band only ever got signed because there was a bet between two record label bosses where one told the other he could sign this really bad band and make them big.So it's like Trading Places?

MacHazzer wrote:

So it's like Trading Places?

darrenwwwa wrote:
You must not be talking about this band. They have some excellent tracks on this album.{#Drummer}
 
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Ah, Darren. You missed the reference. The point of Trading Places was that the big biz jerks who made the bet accidentally found a guy who was a natural (in that case, stockbroker) who succeeded despite, not because of them. MacHazzer means that however Kasabian got in, they're a good band.

I agree.

Nice ref, MacHazzer.


Whenever I hear this, I feel like I'm in a spy movie.
slyly seductive...
this is really good so far haven't heard singing yet...

Kasabian 1 by ~ganna10
Jane Coates ©2007-2011 ~ganna10

Kasabian @ Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust

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 MinMan wrote:
Wonderfully industrial: this needs to be on a Sci Fi soundtrack!
 
Yeah - just what I was thinking - Matrix 5 or whatever...
Sweet deal. Wish i would of heard this earlier in life. i believe i just found my new work sound track:) Sure ann arbor will love this
Kasabian's going to be on Later/Jools Holland this week. 
Wonderfully industrial: this needs to be on a Sci Fi soundtrack!
Hm. A Kasabian song I like. {#Think}
 horstman wrote:
The keyboards are very reminiscent of Inspiral Carpets. Another of the Manchester scene.
 
Sadly, no Inspiral Carpets in the RP library.

 inindian wrote:

No, no, it was "Testicle Check"
 
Wrong!  It's Testicle Drop!

Their back up group is the Tea Baggers.

 MacHazzer wrote:

So it's like Trading Places?

 
You must not be talking about this band. They have some excellent tracks on this album.{#Drummer}
 Atlantis wrote:
Apparently this band only ever got signed because there was a bet between two record label bosses where one told the other he could sign this really bad band and make them big.
 
So it's like Trading Places?

 drtjdel wrote:
The B side is 'Testicle clamp'.
 
No, no, it was "Testicle Check"
 cathenley wrote:
Very interesting song title, I wonder what it REALLY MEANS...
 
Ieech, it's actually making my lower abdomen get that creepy crawly feeling.  But then, it's nice that someone recognizes ovaries. 

Apparently this band only ever got signed because there was a bet between two record label bosses where one told the other he could sign this really bad band and make them big.
The keyboards are very reminiscent of Inspiral Carpets. Another of the Manchester scene.
Very interesting song title, I wonder what it REALLY MEANS...
drtjdel wrote:
The B side is 'Testicle clamp'.
i was going to say it was testicle plaid. weird song title.
rocks pretty hard, don't it?! Go, Bill!
I don't have much to day other than this band is fantastic!
:drummer:
Any music like this makes me wish I still had my pet bong Selafield to hand..... Now I just remember how good music like this sounds when you can talk SLOW! :yes:
drtjdel wrote:
The B side is 'Testicle clamp'.
hahahahaha!! good one!!!!
heyjoe3577 wrote:
Who names themself after a Charles Manson cult member anyways? Why?
These guys do; and here's why (c/p from Wikipedia): The band is named after Linda Kasabian, a member of the Charles Manson cult (aka the Manson "family"). In an interview with Ukula, bassist Chris Edwards explained how the former guitarist Chris Karloff picked the name. Reading up on Charles Manson, the Kasabian name stuck with Karloff. "He just thought the word was cool, it literally took about a minute after the rest of us heard itÂ…so it was decided," says Edwards.
drtjdel wrote:
The B side is 'Testicle clamp'.
lmao! Had to read that a cpl times.
very good and dramatic
Gregorama wrote:
I bought this one, but their anti-copy-code crap would not let me copy it to my own computer, or even play it on the PC. I took it back...
It worked like a charm with Exact Audio Copy. BTW, AutoPlay should _never_ be enabled on CD Drives in windows OK?
Hey, this is pretty cool. In spite of the name of the song. :mad:
Who names themself after a Charles Manson cult member anyways? Why?
The B side is 'Testicle clamp'.
Saw these guys at the Doug Fir in PDX a while back...Kick Ass fer shur....thanks for the musik....!!! :war:
Every time I hear it, I think of the "costuming" scene(when Buffalo Bill is trying on his outfit)in Silence of the Lambs. SigmaBetaTooth wrote:
Name that movie...because at the moment I can't. :think: :doh:
Smoove_D wrote:
There was a big sticker on the outside of the album that said it won't allow you to copy it. I tried it anyway and was able to copy it without a problem. Is that because I have a Mac?
Yes. That would be the reason why. anti-Microsoft bias strikes again. this song is pretty good. 7
Frater_Kork wrote:
Its out there on lossless torrent if you feel like making a statement about crap DRM.
it doesn't take anything for artists to record and release their own music these days.. i dont know why artists would let lables put all this anti cpoying crap on the cd's.. surely 3 people hearing your music but only selling 1 cd is better than only selling 1 cd and only having 1 person hear it... thats my opinion anyways...
Banaszak wrote:
I almost bought this CD after hearing it on RP. I cancelled my order after reading the comments about the copy protection. While RCA and the band has the right to protect their material, I don't want to buy a CD that according to Amazon, might not play on the car stereo that I'm buying it to play on. Are there versions of this CD without the potential problems on it? ...like as an import?
Its out there on lossless torrent if you feel like making a statement about crap DRM.
I almost bought this CD after hearing it on RP. I cancelled my order after reading the comments about the copy protection. While RCA and the band has the right to protect their material, I don't want to buy a CD that according to Amazon, might not play on the car stereo that I'm buying it to play on. Are there versions of this CD without the potential problems on it? ...like as an import?
Gregorama wrote:
Hope it's not copyright jacked up like this one was. I bought this one, but their anti-copy-code crap would not let me copy it to my own computer, or even play it on the PC. I took it back... Still like the music, but come on, can't I dub this to my own computer?? Sheesh!
There was a big sticker on the outside of the album that said it won't allow you to copy it. I tried it anyway and was able to copy it without a problem. Is that because I have a Mac?
the good thing about this site is that it streams music I would more than likely NOT have heard.. good or bad.. this particular tune isn't grabbing me but at most it introduces me to the the artiste/artists.
Just put this on my ipod finally, great track processed beats is a good one to :clap:
Excellent!
so so so good... ...and I agree about their second album. There was nothing like Ovary Stripe on it, which blows.
This is my favorite song on the album. It's a shame they've changed so much stylistically on their new release.
Zep wrote:
Lot of fertile imaginations here.
*Groan*
Great track from yet another fab Brit rock band. This one is almost as good as Club Foot.
trekhead wrote:
They were gonna do this with REM but that would have been Overly Stipe.
HA!
Gregorama wrote:
Hope it's not copyright jacked up like this one was. I bought this one, but their anti-copy-code crap would not let me copy it to my own computer, or even play it on the PC. I took it back... Still like the music, but come on, can't I dub this to my own computer?? Sheesh!
Read somewhere that if you hold down the shift key when you load the CD, it overwrites the copywrite and will let you copy. Never tried it myself, but thought I'd pass it on.
mikedill wrote:
new kasabian album out tomorrow!!!
Hope it's not copyright jacked up like this one was. I bought this one, but their anti-copy-code crap would not let me copy it to my own computer, or even play it on the PC. I took it back... Still like the music, but come on, can't I dub this to my own computer?? Sheesh!
stickers11 wrote:
sounds okay now, but will sound dated real soon...
Don't think so, too smart for that
sounds okay now, but will sound dated real soon...
They were gonna do this with REM but that would have been Overly Stipe.
new kasabian album out tomorrow!!!
I like this Band. This song reminds me of "Inspiral Carpets", one of those long lost bands of the early nineties. Probably well worth forgetting but fun to pull out now and then. Like pictures of my childhood. God I had a lot of hair back then! :clap:
neat
Lot of fertile imaginations here.
luminousjune wrote:
mine are blackwatch plaid.
Now thats FUNNY!!!!!
Luna2 wrote:
I was unaware of the fact that ovaries had stripes.
mine are blackwatch plaid.
Nice segue from PJ!
Luna2 wrote:
I was unaware of the fact that ovaries had stripes.
Pregnancy tests have stripes. Duh.
inindian wrote:
ploafmaster (Richmond, VA) Posted: Feb 07, 2006 - 09:27 < Reply > Testicle circle. ... :lol: dickie dots
Eggsactly.
Mmm, tasty waves.
trippy stuff... i like it :good-vibes:
Sounds like someone stumbled into a rock recording session with his Commodore 64. That means I like it :dance:
kinda has an elvis costello thing going .. unfortunatley
:devil_pimp: smoken!
Serious
Luna2 wrote:
I was unaware of the fact that ovaries had stripes.
ploafmaster (Richmond, VA) Posted: Feb 07, 2006 - 09:27 < Reply > Testicle circle. ... :lol: dickie dots
Hey, I just got an email from "Ovary Stripe" trying to sell me something called "V1-ag_rah"...odd. :roflol:
randomprime wrote:
Reminds me of a Bollywood 007-like movie soundtrack: "My name is Pond. James Pond."
You mean this fella: Who had a big followup with: Yup, those were the videogame days hehe
I was unaware of the fact that ovaries had stripes.
I'm sensing a theme here. Songs that sound like they were composed from 1980s video games. Is Beck next?
Testicle circle.
Reminds me of a Bollywood 007-like movie soundtrack: "My name is Pond. James Pond."
Leslie wrote:
Bill, EXCELLENT segue from PJ Harvey's - Down by the Water
No shit... Wow.
so since I got the album I think I've noticed three or four different commercial that use cuts from this album. Pontiac G6 and the show 24 come to mind right away. anyone else notice this?
Bill, EXCELLENT segue from PJ Harvey's - Down by the Water
Quite good electronic tune; fortunately, RP plays a wide variety of songs. :jump: :bounce:
tarantino-inspired electronica...
trout_fisher wrote:
Now we're farming.
Hee Hee! Wait a minute....What?
Notelrac wrote:
I feel like I'm watching a B movie at the 50's drive-in...
A retro-futuristic 50s drive-in at that. Not that I have a problem with that. Cause I don't.
Great sound, good song! I would say 7.6 or so... ;)
Now we're farming.
I gave it a 4. I didn't hate it, but was enamoured by it either. It sounds like the soundtrack for a bad special-FX driven movie.
Always nice to hear an MP3 from an album with a loathsome 'content protected' label on it. :twisted:
Made me want to shut off RP. Sorry
really solid! cassano18 wrote:
solid.
Name that movie...because at the moment I can't. :think: :doh:
Gobs o' fun
Too cool for school. I like! 8)
I think this must be the only existing song which pays tribute to the ovary.
Bond. Darnell Bond.
solid.
Always liked instrumentals, especially from groups that are normally lyrical. Proves they can come up with more than a catchy hook and high school poetry. First Kasabian song I've liked. 7.
After not liking them at first, the more I hear from these guys the more I am beginning to like them. Bold and different.
Excellent Space Rock suiting my taste.
Notelrac wrote:
I feel like I'm watching a B movie at the 50's drive-in...
Yeah! This reminds me of when I fell asleep at the Rocky Horror Picture Show, I was really stoned and tired and kept drifting in and out - it sounded like this!
8)
Notelrac wrote:
I feel like I'm watching a B movie at the 50's drive-in...
Good call! And good song. Another CD for the must-get list.