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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club — In Like The Rose
Album: Take Them On, On Your Own
Avg rating:
7

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Total ratings: 1578









Released: 2003
Length: 5:16
Plays (last 30 days): 1
In like the rose that grows in your soul
Out of time, now you're out for more
In like the stone that forms in your heart
Out of reach but you can't give up this time

I'm on a wire
To see your star
Shine

In like the sun that falls on us all
Out of time but you can't let go
Into the dark you've stumbled alone
Out of sight, now you can't return this time

I'm on a wire
To see your star
Shine
I'm on a wire
To see your star

I've been blind
I've torn out my eyes, but I fear no more
I've been blind
You've turned from my side, but I felt your voice

In like the cold that grows in your bones
Out of time, now you can't go on
End of the road you've taken alone
Devil's hands will replace the ones I've known

I'm on a wire
To see your star
Shine
I'm on a wire
To see your star

(Please darling)
I'm on a wire
(Hear me darling)
I've taken your silence, but I can't no more
(See darling, you don't owe them nothing)
(Please darling)
I'm on a wire
(Hear me darling)
You fade in the light where I can't follow
(See darling, you don't owe them nothing)

Time keeps this love alive
But your hope is gone
Comments (131)add comment
 DaidyBoy wrote:

They wouldn't have needed to if it was properly detachable, as indicated in the description.
 

You saw the opportunity and took it. Very much appreciated :)
 ImaOldman wrote:

Don't worry about your english, it's fine. Have you ever heard our president speak?
 
Or better yet, his opponent.
This song is so well paced, with good surges of SOUND!
Great music, rate 8 for this song 
 Anatol wrote:
i listened the BRMC in "9 bullets" movie at first. Searching for their works till the present time (excuse for my english).
 
Don't worry about your english, it's fine. Have you ever heard our president speak?
Some of us like it crunchy and loud.
2nd time RP Rock Mix has played this song in the last couple of hours. Maybe more songs should be added. I like more variety than a top 20 station.
Man, these guys are great!
 robertomiller wrote:
This grows on me every time I hear it. 7 > 8 
 
That is a false statement. Seven is less than eight.
i listened the BRMC in "9 bullets" movie at first. Searching for their works till the present time (excuse for my english).
My hears just can't stand the noise (like cutted) on the beggining ... Impossible to listen ....
Nice wall of sound on the chorus.

did I mention I saw those guys just the other week?

 

{#Dancingbanana_2}

{#Dancingbanana_2}

{#Dancingbanana_2}


 z11355 wrote:
Did these guys ripoff King Missle's 'Detachable Penis' ??

 
They wouldn't have needed to if it was properly detachable, as indicated in the description.
Best listened to loud. {#Music}
This grows on me every time I hear it. 7 > 8 
 SinisterDexter wrote:


Headlined by Black Sabbath, of course.

 
 Jack Black as MC.
Did these guys ripoff King Missle's 'Detachable Penis' ??
 ShamanManu wrote:
I like these guys {#Dancingbanana_2}

 
me too. can't believe this is 12 years old.
I like these guys {#Dancingbanana_2}
Nice layered vocals heavier than T Rex I like 😎
 drivingunit103 wrote:
... does anyone else hear some Stone Roses here?...never mind...

 
I hear Mark...T-Rex....
 
... does anyone else hear some Stone Roses here?...never mind...
Folded guitar sound courtesy of theme for Walter Hill's The Warriors 1979....
 Stefen wrote:
I like the subtle way this song builds.
 
"Subtle" is not the word I would have chosen
It was about time for some rocknroll..

 Stefen wrote:
I like the subtle way this song builds.
  
Yes.

 SmackDaddy wrote:
I'm waiting for the Black Tour

Black Lips
Black Seeds
Black Keys
Black Francis
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

With opening dialogue by:

Lewis Black.
 

Headlined by Black Sabbath, of course.
 Giselle62 wrote:
Black flag
Black Heart Procession
Black Angels
 

Black designs
Open minds
Black delights
Dizzy heights
Black shoes
Road weary muse...
Black flag
Black Heart Procession
Black Angels
I'm waiting for the Black Tour

Black Lips
Black Seeds
Black Keys
Black Francis
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

With opening dialogue by:

Lewis Black.
I really like this. Glad i picked today to listen :)
A definite "Quite Likable!"
These guys are the absolute dog's bollox. Rockin' yet subtle, and I love the way the contrast between their name and music does the heads in of some folk on RP. I've got one of their CDs already but best add this one to the collection, I think. 8 from the Nottingham jury.
I like the subtle way this song builds.
Nope, some of them are former members of The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Maybe thinking of Black Label Society?

 
BoneRoller wrote:


I thought this was Zakk Wylde's band? I must be mistaken 'cause it don't sound like it..
 


Verrry Wolfgang Press..Kansas!
Must. Buy. Album.

 i4niblind wrote:

this is their best song off this album, but they have progressively gotten better over the years..  great band you don't normally hear much about.


 

I thought this was Zakk Wylde's band? I must be mistaken 'cause it don't sound like it..

this is their best song off this album, but they have progressively gotten better over the years..  great band you don't normally hear much about.


 milchschnitte wrote:
I LOVE RP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Exactly!  It's great to hear the old stuff I grew up with and love, but it's even better to get exposed to magic new sounds.

Indeed. Nice wall-of-sound happening here.
 Odyzzeuz wrote:
They've got an interesting thing going, with the wall-of-sound veneer adding some oomf to an essentially poppy little riff. I think they're onto something. It's not bad.

 
Not bad at all. Well worth seeing live if you get a chance.

Possessed ! Unconscious !!
I LOVE RP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Odyzzeuz wrote:
They've got an interesting thing going, with the wall-of-sound veneer adding some oomf to an essentially poppy little riff. I think they're onto something. It's not bad.
I agree. I'm digging this!
So good!!!!!
They've got an interesting thing going, with the wall-of-sound veneer adding some oomf to an essentially poppy little riff. I think they're onto something. It's not bad.
Two of my favorites right in a row, thanks RP!
Ag3nt0rang3 wrote:
You can't call the riff "unique" when it follows right after "How Soon Is Now." It's not a rip-off, but it's not unique either.
OK, let's call it a "unique rip-off" then.
:dancingbanana_2:
:guitarist: :drummer: :clap:
horstman wrote:
They have a sound very similar to the Stone Roses! Good stuff.
Stone Roses? :eh: I would say Jesus & the Mary Chain, but to each their own. Some pretty good guitar work going on here. :guitarist:
They have a sound very similar to the Stone Roses! Good stuff.
I don't hand out many 9's, but even after listening to this tune on RP for nearly three years, I still can't justify dropping the rating. Truly outstanding and always stands out on the playlist for me.
OK album but their first and now HOWL are so much better!!!
gjeeg wrote:
Incindiary, multi-layered, plea of the desperate lover. Unique, pulsating riffing sound. Driven. Possessed.
You can't call the riff "unique" when it follows right after "How Soon Is Now." It's not a rip-off, but it's not unique either.
Incindiary, multi-layered, plea of the desperate lover. Unique, pulsating riffing sound. Driven. Possessed.
this is cool...
Great segue from "How soon is Now"
Odyzzeuz wrote:
OK, now this gets me going here at work with the headphones on.
That's funny, cause I was just thinging that the beginning of this song would probably make me dizzy if I had headphones on.
Love these guys!!! Hot band name :guitarist:
Just bought this CD. Love it!
Crunchy.
great band and great cd!! Barcelona,Spain
2:15 am - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - In Like The Rose 2:19 am - Pantera - Cemetary Gates 2:26 am - Slayer - Seasons In The Abyss 2.32 am - Machine Head - Davidian Come on, Bill!
The old album is better, but I still love these guys! I saw them in L.A a month ago and they were incredible!!!!
I think they cop a bit from Love Battery here. Own up to it Guys.
coloradojohn wrote:
Oh dawgs this rocks and a dude could get evicted real easy enjoying this at 12:59 in the I'm on a wire to see your star Shine Yeah Bill you shine good brother and thank you and these jams are morphing seamlessly into each other and I like it I like it a lot And how in the world would I have known these guys or lots of others without the beacon of RP... :drummer: :motor: :hearteyes: :yell: :wave: :sunny:
... 12.12 am here and Yea ... :high-five: ...
coloradojohn wrote:
Oh dawgs this rocks and a dude could get evicted real easy enjoying this at 12:59 in the I'm on a wire to see your star Shine Yeah Bill you shine good brother and thank you and these jams are morphing seamlessly into each other and I like it I like it a lot And how in the world would I have known these guys or lots of others without the beacon of RP... :drummer: :motor: :hearteyes: :yell: :wave: :sunny:
So, you like it, right? :) Hee Hee Hee!
Oh dawgs this rocks and a dude could get evicted real easy enjoying this at 12:59 in the I'm on a wire to see your star Shine Yeah Bill you shine good brother and thank you and these jams are morphing seamlessly into each other and I like it I like it a lot And how in the world would I have known these guys or lots of others without the beacon of RP... :drummer: :motor: :hearteyes: :yell: :wave: :sunny:
good song. that bass line is identical to the one in reasonable man by radiohead.
Digging it!
Daveinbawlmer wrote:
crunchy
with chunks.
Hot. :music:
beatle wrote:
:motor: could be nice as soundtrack for a roadmovie
:motor: :motor: :motor: :motor:
How about playing some Brian Jonestown Massacre?
:motor: could be nice as soundtrack for a roadmovie
Hey RP, Thanks for introducing me to BRMC! I've NEVER heard them on mainstream radio. This song rocks!
One of my favorite albums of 2003.
:yawn: Boring. Their first album was so much better, IMO. This just sounds like bland, imitation, early-90's Brit-Pop. Their current album, which has taken more of an Alt-Country tack is better as well.
OK, now this gets me going here at work with the headphones on. I haven't felt awake till this song started playing. Bubba digs it.
drekar wrote:
I also agree. Not asking for death-metal or anything, but a little more of the heavy stuff would be much appreciated. I actually find myself having to *gasp* switch stations every once-in-a-while to get my metal fix.
When it's mixed with the lighter music it stands out as being pretty heavy. A bit much for here at work...
Their new album is acoustic...go figure.
Daveinbawlmer wrote:
crunchy 8)
tasty.
Daveinbawlmer wrote:
yeah, esp if they dumped Margo Timmons and Tori Amos (toss in Ani Difranco too)
What, you don't like whiny women?
namesbenny wrote:
Not too shabby. I, for one, wouldn't object if there was more "heavy" material on RP.
yeah, esp if they dumped Margo Timmons and Tori Amos (toss in Ani Difranco too)
crunchy 8)
:notworthy: BRMC! \:D/
namesbenny wrote:
I, for one, wouldn't object if there was more "heavy" material on RP.
This is not even half as heavy as I would sometimes like it, so I second that motion. As long as it's good-quality heavy stuff.... it's all in the "eclectic"!!
namesbenny wrote:
Not too shabby. I, for one, wouldn't object if there was more "heavy" material on RP.
I also agree. Not asking for death-metal or anything, but a little more of the heavy stuff would be much appreciated. I actually find myself having to *gasp* switch stations every once-in-a-while to get my metal fix.
First time I'm hearing this.....pretty good! :guitarist:
trekhead wrote:
This should read, " I like the Roses," as in Stone...
Good call, trek. AMG backs you up:
The seed that became Black Rebel Motorcycle Club — or B.R.M.C for short — was planted back in 1995, when Robert Turner and Peter Hayes met while attending high school in their hometown of San Francisco. They formed a solid friendship and camaraderie based on a mutual love of U.K. early-'90s bands like Ride and the Stone Roses and a few on the successful Creation Records label (the Jesus & Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine).
I always like hearing this tune on RP. Most excellent.
I thought I liked it before, but I like it even more now.
I like this, and the hypnotic repeat rif on the guitar.
trekhead wrote:
This should read, " I like the Roses," as in Stone...
Exactly what I was thinking...I guess now I like the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club as well.
Nice seguay from "How Soon is Now". The pulsating guitar thread and all.
Not too shabby. I, for one, wouldn't object if there was more "heavy" material on RP.
I'm thinking Tones on Tail or Love and Rockets... Rocking either way.
mmm... I like! :motor:
yes
BRMC...great tunage to get yer blood flowin'!!! now, where are my leather pants... 8)
This should read, " I like the Roses," as in Stone...
Both albums make a good stand. Fully influenced by Oasis, J&MC and a like Good, all good.
earache wrote:
Overplayed in a big way..........
Just maybe. I loved this song a bit more the first dozen times 'round......
Intro builds to a fine climax. Each instrument has a tasty part. Overall song rocks but is well-structured. Good exhibit for Songwriting 101. I just wish the lyrics made some sort of sense, but it doesn't really matter because they're great fun to sing.
Well this is helping me work late tonight! Glad nobody's here to hear me blasting it.
Man I love this song, love this album, love this band ! so completely freaking rocks, so cool :cool:
:cool: :cool: :cool: :cool:
Have their first cd, not this one. Yeah they're in J & MC zone, kinda like Love & Rockets older, tougher brother.
rascal420 wrote:
Oasis?
I hear Oasis too. And I love it.
I love this band... excellent song and excellent album!!!!
rascal420 wrote:
Oasis?
where can i get some of what you're smokin?
Oasis?
BRMC....hell ya. I think the whole album kicks. To all you people who don't MEH>...
The sort of song that I wouldn't find impressive at all without all the effects and the massive sound. With all the production techniques nowadays, it's almost impossible too make a a really bad sounding recording (or else you can still call it lo-fi :wink:), but it doesn't mean the song itself is that good.
A really nice song from the men in black.... I wonder how diverse are these guys...?
I dunno. I wasn't really impressed w/ them live opening for Spiritualized (and I was disappointed in Spiritualized live, both times I have seem them, incidentally). This song is OK, in that it has a nice driving edge, but I think it's pretty unoriginal.
The mood of the station had been going too slow for the last hour. I'm glad to have this song helping to pick up the pace. Enjoyable.
nice mix from the last song.....! I think you like guitar noodling as much as i do!
Wendupiter wrote:
I agree - rock on... their first cd is good - I bet this one is even better... Jesus and Mary Chainish?
Very J&MC - also check out The Raveonettes - Danish band cut from the same cloth. Anything from them would be welcome on RP.