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Big Head Todd & The Monsters — Drought of 2013
Album: Crimes of Passion
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Released: 2004
Length: 4:09
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In 2010 I took her in and said I'd love her till
The sky has lost her blue and the rivers all run still.
Followed her till she came in and put her hand in mine.

Then we lived in green fields but now it's just a shame.
Cities which once grew like weeds, now shipwrecks on the plain.
750 days since a drop of rain.

Then came November and my lover hid up rye.
Drank it in the swelter as she laughed as the red sun died.
She said she was gonna leave me and head out to the sea-side.
Catch a cloud and ride.
Never such a thing.

Politicians blamed each other.
The preachers swelled with pride.
The wealthy killed each other and the poor gave up a smile.
Cause 750 days without a drop of rain made everyone the same.
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Seeing as there was no drought over the entire Earth over the last seven years, I think this one can go into the museum of failed prophecies of doom, alongside Nostradamus, The Population Bomb, Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Jupiter Effect, Y2K, and the Mayan calendar thing in December of 2012.
                       Doll Evolution
Only easy on the reins can catch a cloud and ride.
 Limpopoking wrote:

Dude, you must not step too close to the edge of your earth... the fall is into infinity (yes... look it up)

  This response is the perfect retort to the type of reasoning exemplified by the bumper sticker "Not every ejaculation deserves a name" that I have seen in the Bay Area. In the sense that Monty Python did it so much better with the classic hit "Not every sperm is sacred". Pure unadulterated nonsense (an oxymoron, since for nonsense to exist, something must have been adulterated) is best countered with your type of comment!


 ziggytrix wrote:

Ah the classic "I know you are but what am I" argument!

Give us an example of "the left-wing wealthy" using fear and hate for the purpose of demagoguery.


 

Oh good grief, are you that blind?  Probably not.  Just a partisan ideologue.
 eyewall wrote:
Those of you stuck in the StatistCorpMedia induced sleepscape of the FAKE "Left - Right" paradigm : please wake the f*&^k up and realize the powers that be just want to completely rule and run every facet of your life. From phoney 'terror' to phoney 'global warming crisis' you will surrender your rights ,privacy,freedom to use your own land as you wish, and taxes or else the BOOGIE MAN will GET you! Stop watching television. For you silly "right" people...'terror' is as fake as 'global warming'and the Clinton administration was just as bad with their fake terror in OKC ushering in a conviently timed gun grabbing bill just as Bush's fake terror ushered in the conveniently timed patriot act and the horrors that have followed https://911research.wtc7.net/
For you silly "left" people...Mars has melting polar ice caps too...hmm....let's read what Newsweek magazine had to say about climate in 1975 shall we?
https://www.denisdutton.com/cooling_world.htm
...And for all concerned it is a LIE to say there is a consensus in the scientific community on the FAKE global warming crisis.
https://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&ContentRecord_id=f80a6386-802a-23ad-40c8-3c63dc2d02cb Personally ,I hope the earth does warm.It is so arrogant of any man to say what the right temperature of the planet should be. It has always varied-night to day -winter to summer-ice age to global warming. Carbon dioxide feeds plants.Plants feed US
 
Dude, you must not step too close to the edge of your earth... the fall is into infinity (yes... look it up)
Wow... that was a very attractive piece of music. Yet again, RP manages to blow my budget through pure awesomeness
one day of rain so far in 2013... could summer in NZ be this songs manifestation? {#Wink}
 eeke wrote:

well under-rated live band... A MUST SEE!!
 
see, that's why it's such a bummer I didn't even manage to see this band at least ONCE while I lived in colorado. the opportunities were of sheer abundance! i read their band's name everywhere there, it felt like they were playing on a weekly basis...but I thought they're just an uninteresting & talentfree local combo...and drove down to denver to see nation-wide, overpaid acts...oh, silly me.

I like this song. an instant 8.
 bobringer wrote:


Somehow you guys take guys like me... a hard working computer programmer that doesn't know the Koch brothers... doesn't know their politics... doesn't care about their politics...  And you think I'm only a conservative because I'm one of their puppets.

 
 

I for one stand corrected, you are absolutely correct, there are no thought processes that lead one to professing to be a conservative.
 robco1 wrote:

Puke is actually a historic term referring to the pro-slavery faction that terrorized abolitionist families in Kansas Territory shortly before the Civil War, raping and murdering in order to support slavery in the new state of Kansas. The "pukes" were generally poor and did not own slaves themselves, but were whipped into a murderous frenzy by wealthy slave owners through their surrogates in the press. Read Thomas Frank's What's the Matter With Kansas.

These days it is the fossil fuel industry using right wing and "libertarian" think tanks to whip up fear and hate in order to protect their wealth and power. And while the modern pukes may not be killing anyone directly, their actions are leading humanity to disaster.

Right-wing hate and stupidity has been used by the wealthy and powerful to protect their wealth and power before. I think it is high time the modern-day "pukes" and their puppetmasters were called out and held to account.

  
"PUKE"  is what I was my freshman year college, pledge, first semester, getting screamed at at the top of their lungs by 40 other grown men, me standing on ice cubes at 3 am on a Thursday morning, in my boxers.  True story.  I am sure it comes from the military traditions.


 bobringer wrote:

I love it... they make a accusation (with no examples).  And then when you make the same accusation... they want specific examples.

A bit silly when George Soros and Ariana Huffington are out there for everybody to hear. 

Click here to see for yourself...

Somehow you guys take guys like me... a hard working computer programmer that doesn't know the Koch brothers... doesn't know their politics... doesn't care about their politics...  And you think I'm only a conservative because I'm one of their puppets.

Don't you think you all sound a bit silly? 
 

roger that, Bob...
Big Head or not..  love this band!

Rock On boys...


...it finally rained today in san antonio...
 ziggytrix wrote:

Ah the classic "I know you are but what am I" argument!

Give us an example of "the left-wing wealthy" using fear and hate for the purpose of demagoguery.
 
I love it... they make a accusation (with no examples).  And then when you make the same accusation... they want specific examples.

A bit silly when George Soros and Ariana Huffington are out there for everybody to hear. 

Click here to see for yourself...

Somehow you guys take guys like me... a hard working computer programmer that doesn't know the Koch brothers... doesn't know their politics... doesn't care about their politics...  And you think I'm only a conservative because I'm one of their puppets.

Don't you think you all sound a bit silly? 


Kickapoo!
 Hannio wrote:
The same tactics are used by the left-wing wealthy.  That you blithely ignore that makes you a puke.
 
Ah the classic "I know you are but what am I" argument!

Give us an example of "the left-wing wealthy" using fear and hate for the purpose of demagoguery.

 robco1 wrote:

Right-wing hate and stupidity has been used by the wealthy and powerful to protect their wealth and power before. I think it is high time the modern-day "pukes" and their puppetmasters were called out and held to account.

 

The same tactics are used by the left-wing wealthy.  That you blithely ignore that makes you a puke.

Nice!
I still think "Whispers of Gethsemane" by David Knopfler would fit here perfectly....
we think of some fire spitting dragons here...hot....
 andrewimft wrote:
As to Todd Mohr doing the artwork and production, etc, can you say gigantic egotistical control freak? Because he was back then, arrogant as heck. If you weren't a hot young woman, you didn't exist at his gigs or even the supermarket or Target. I know a lot of geniuses and successful people are partly successful due to high self-esteem, but he really ain't no genius, and his ego's bigger than his music.
 

About 3 weeks ago, Todd Mohr spent about 5 minutes talking with my 11 year old son about guitar after a free concert. 

Great music to clean by....    {#Bounce}


...damn, this is good...
 sqqqrly wrote:

Vilify? Do you always call people "pukes"?
 
Puke is actually a historic term referring to the pro-slavery faction that terrorized abolitionist families in Kansas Territory shortly before the Civil War, raping and murdering in order to support slavery in the new state of Kansas. The "pukes" were generally poor and did not own slaves themselves, but were whipped into a murderous frenzy by wealthy slave owners through their surrogates in the press. Read Thomas Frank's What's the Matter With Kansas.

These days it is the fossil fuel industry using right wing and "libertarian" think tanks to whip up fear and hate in order to protect their wealth and power. And while the modern pukes may not be killing anyone directly, their actions are leading humanity to disaster.

Right-wing hate and stupidity has been used by the wealthy and powerful to protect their wealth and power before. I think it is high time the modern-day "pukes" and their puppetmasters were called out and held to account.

{#Music},,,these are making the music interesting !

 greyfin10 wrote:


They should have named the band in such a way as to communicate that fact.  Wait a minute...
 

Now that's funny!  And I agree with your sentiment.


amatura3 wrote:
Used to listen to the Sister Sweetly album driving between ABQ and PHX. Great long distance desert crossing music.
{#Sunny}{#Motor}

Great...I used to listen to Rush when driving i10 between L.A and Austin....in between screaming.

amatura3 wrote:
Used to listen to the Sister Sweetly album driving between ABQ and PHX. Great long distance desert crossing music.
{#Sunny}{#Motor}


i wasn't impressed off the bat, with a comment like that i'm willing to give this several re-listens ...

Used to listen to the Sister Sweetly album driving between ABQ and PHX.  Great long distance desert crossing music.
{#Sunny}{#Motor}
I like this band but this isn't my favorite.  The lyrics are better than the tune.
 andrewimft wrote:
Link to lyrics here: (click here) Pretty good lyrics, though the music could be more interesting.
 
pretty interesting article.....i was wondering if the song might relate to 2012 and thy Mayan, but it looks like perhaps the Aussies.
 
 andrewimft wrote:
...and his ego's bigger than his music.
 

They should have named the band in such a way as to communicate that fact.  Wait a minute...
Steven_G wrote:
Unsure of this group (which first got together in high school). Anyhow, this was very interesting - (click here) to see the entire article
Actually, they started out earlier in the '80's. They were a bar band in Boulder, CO and I saw them many times in the early days. Back then, they were pretty good musicians but did not do much more than play bluesy songs with a lot of Stevie Ray Vaughan covers and originals that imitated Vaughan's style on guitar. IMO, good but boring. They soon got to be very popular locally. Their style since going national is quite different from the early stuff, and much better. As to Todd Mohr doing the artwork and production, etc, can you say gigantic egotistical control freak? Because he was back then, arrogant as heck. If you weren't a hot young woman, you didn't exist at his gigs or even the supermarket or Target. I know a lot of geniuses and successful people are partly successful due to high self-esteem, but he really ain't no genius, and his ego's bigger than his music.
techer2 wrote:
anyone have the lyrics to this? i'm not finding them very easily through the lyrics link
Took a little tracking down, but not too hard on google:
In 2010 I took her in and said I'd love her till the sky has lost her blue and the rivers all run still. Followed her till she came in and put her hand in mine. Then we lived in green fields but now it's just a shame. Cities which once grew like weeds, now shipwrecks on the plain. 750 days since a drop of rain. Then came November and my lover hid up rye. Drank it in the swelter as she laughed as the red sun died. She said she was gonna leave me and head out to the sea-side. Catch a cloud and ride. Never such a thing. Politicians blamed each other. The preachers swelled with pride. The wealthy killed each other and the poor gave up a smile. ‘Cause 750 days without a drop of rain made everyone the same.
Link to lyrics here: (click here) Pretty good lyrics, though the music could be more interesting.
xkolibuul wrote:
If you'd stop surfing the net 24/7 and actually read a few scientific journals (start with Science)
Nice post. And this is one of the biggest things I have problems with -- people who get their science via politicians, religious figures or professional entertainers. What xkolibuul said. Pick up a magazine or journal that's written by scientists. Attend a talk by a scientist -- your local university probably has them free and open to the public every week. Read a book. -sigh-
Boring as hell.
sexy voice,,,,,
Liked the 'Jimi Meets the Man with No Name' bridge - very tasty! - Riff
MetroOwl wrote:
All Big Head Todd's lyrics are available on the band's Web site, www.bigheadtodd.com. (So is every single song, too - free!) Enjoy!
Yeah, I just downloaded the latest CD - for free! I did order some older stuff in addition.
techer2 wrote:
anyone have the lyrics to this? i'm not finding them very easily through the lyrics link
All Big Head Todd's lyrics are available on the band's Web site, www.bigheadtodd.com. (So is every single song, too - free!) Enjoy!
Oh look, the conspiracy theory. Never heard that one before. :rolleyes: Forget about television. If you'd stop surfing the net 24/7 and actually read a few scientific journals (start with Science), you'd realize how rapidly our climate is shifting, and how humankind's fingerprints are all over this trend. Do you really think we can extract most of Earth's geological carbon stores (coal, oil, gas) and burn them up in little more than a century, and not affect the atmosphere? Dissent is normal and constant in science. That's a red herring. The real action is where the scientific consensus is, and how it is shifting. Our understanding of global climate is getting better by the week (to say nothing of '75) and the evidence is now overwhelming that Earth's climate is warming rapidly. There could well be a natural component to this warming (since climate varies naturally) and there is a very good possibility there is a human component. Given how dramatically we're already impacting environmental systems, we're not doing ourselves any favors if we're supercharging a natural warming trend. True arrogance is arguing that 6+ billion people couldn't possibly affect Earth. Oh, and that supposed drastic economic hit from reducing carbon emissions? Sure, if you're working for a coal company. But developing and converting to energy efficient technologies will employ a lot more people than the fossil fuels industry, and save us more $$ too. Its called progress. eyewall wrote:
Those of you stuck in the StatistCorpMedia induced sleepscape of the FAKE "Left - Right" paradigm : please wake the f*&^k up and realize the powers that be just want to completely rule and run every facet of your life. From phoney 'terror' to phoney 'global warming crisis' you will surrender your rights ,privacy,freedom to use your own land as you wish, and taxes or else the BOOGIE MAN will GET you! Stop watching television. For you silly "right" people...'terror' is as fake as 'global warming'and the Clinton administration was just as bad with their fake terror in OKC ushering in a conviently timed gun grabbing bill just as Bush's fake terror ushered in the conveniently timed patriot act and the horrors that have followed https://911research.wtc7.net/ For you silly "left" people...Mars has melting polar ice caps too...hmm....let's read what Newsweek magazine had to say about climate in 1975 shall we? https://www.denisdutton.com/cooling_world.htm ...And for all concerned it is a LIE to say there is a consensus in the scientific community on the FAKE global warming crisis. https://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&ContentRecord_id=f80a6386-802a-23ad-40c8-3c63dc2d02cb Personally ,I hope the earth does warm.It is so arrogant of any man to say what the right temperature of the planet should be. It has always varied-night to day -winter to summer-ice age to global warming. Carbon dioxide feeds plants.Plants feed US
Those of you stuck in the StatistCorpMedia induced sleepscape of the FAKE "Left - Right" paradigm : please wake the f*&^k up and realize the powers that be just want to completely rule and run every facet of your life. From phoney 'terror' to phoney 'global warming crisis' you will surrender your rights ,privacy,freedom to use your own land as you wish, and taxes or else the BOOGIE MAN will GET you! Stop watching television. For you silly "right" people...'terror' is as fake as 'global warming'and the Clinton administration was just as bad with their fake terror in OKC ushering in a conviently timed gun grabbing bill just as Bush's fake terror ushered in the conveniently timed patriot act and the horrors that have followed https://911research.wtc7.net/ For you silly "left" people...Mars has melting polar ice caps too...hmm....let's read what Newsweek magazine had to say about climate in 1975 shall we? https://www.denisdutton.com/cooling_world.htm ...And for all concerned it is a LIE to say there is a consensus in the scientific community on the FAKE global warming crisis. https://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&ContentRecord_id=f80a6386-802a-23ad-40c8-3c63dc2d02cb Personally ,I hope the earth does warm.It is so arrogant of any man to say what the right temperature of the planet should be. It has always varied-night to day -winter to summer-ice age to global warming. Carbon dioxide feeds plants.Plants feed US
robco1 wrote:
I suppose you believe the earth is flat, the sun revolves around the earth, and evolution is false. This would be funny if the consequences for all of us weren't so grave. Idiots like this may very well kill us all with their stupidity. And they are not Gore's numbers. They are consensus figures from 1,000+ climatologists. You know, "dem educated liberals" you demonize so you don't have to think. These regressive pukes always try to vilify the messenger so they don't have to debate the message on its factual merits. I'm sick of suffering fools gladly.
Vilify? Do you always call people "pukes"?
anyone have the lyrics to this? i'm not finding them very easily through the lyrics link
jpfueler wrote:
You do realize, the earth is still below it's total average temperature? Still below what is was when Vikings were traversing the northern seas? Also, if the sun doesn't pick Back up in activity, we will not reach the average and cool back down to possible summers with snow in the continental U.S.? Or, the very very outside chance the sun goes whacko and we get so warm Al gore looks like a optimist(which has almost as little chance of happening as Gore has of being right? Just wanted to make sure you knew this. Gore's numbers don't add up backwards...so they won't work forward either...major flaws in his work. If a statical forecaster was to use his (well the ones he uses...he's too dumb to cypher those out himself)models for anything other than Global Warming, he'd be run out of academia.
I suppose you believe the earth is flat, the sun revolves around the earth, and evolution is false. This would be funny if the consequences for all of us weren't so grave. Idiots like this may very well kill us all with their stupidity. And they are not Gore's numbers. They are consensus figures from 1,000+ climatologists. You know, "dem educated liberals" you demonize so you don't have to think. These regressive pukes always try to vilify the messenger so they don't have to debate the message on its factual merits. I'm sick of suffering fools gladly.
Michael Mann's eigenvectors make the case for global warming very clear. Global warming has occurred, science pwns. That said, Big Head Todd is always pretty good.
bbHappy wrote:
:roflol: Remind me to never go South o' Ft Worth.
if you do, don't stop til ya hit Austin.
Revisionist climatology. Thanks, dude. And what, exactly, is your degree in, again? Oh, right, Crackpot Science. Well, that should get you a medal. IPCC is serious and they know their stuff, folks. They are the scientists who got the Nobel along with Al. This version from S. o' Ft. Worth is dreck of the highest, I mean lowest, order. jpfueler wrote:
You do realize, the earth is still below it's total average temperature? Still below what is was when Vikings were traversing the northern seas? Also, if the sun doesn't pick Back up in activity, we will not reach the average and cool back down to possible summers with snow in the continental U.S.? Or, the very very outside chance the sun goes whacko and we get so warm Al gore looks like a optimist(which has almost as little chance of happening as Gore has of being right? Just wanted to make sure you knew this. Gore's numbers don't add up backwards...so they won't work forward either...major flaws in his work. If a statical forecaster was to use his (well the ones he uses...he's too dumb to cypher those out himself)models for anything other than Global Warming, he'd be run out of academia.
jpfueler wrote:
You do realize, the earth is still below it's total average temperature? Still below what is was when Vikings were traversing the northern seas? Also, if the sun doesn't pick Back up in activity, we will not reach the average and cool back down to possible summers with snow in the continental U.S.? Or, the very very outside chance the sun goes whacko and we get so warm Al gore looks like a optimist(which has almost as little chance of happening as Gore has of being right? Just wanted to make sure you knew this. Gore's numbers don't add up backwards...so they won't work forward either...major flaws in his work. If a statical forecaster was to use his (well the ones he uses...he's too dumb to cypher those out himself)models for anything other than Global Warming, he'd be run out of academia.
I guess the people who give out the Nobel Peace Prize should have called you first, huh?
jpfueler wrote:
You do realize, the earth is still below it's total average temperature? Still below what is was when Vikings were traversing the northern seas? Also, if the sun doesn't pick Back up in activity, we will not reach the average and cool back down to possible summers with snow in the continental U.S.? Or, the very very outside chance the sun goes whacko and we get so warm Al gore looks like a optimist(which has almost as little chance of happening as Gore has of being right? Just wanted to make sure you knew this. Gore's numbers don't add up backwards...so they won't work forward either...major flaws in his work. If a statical forecaster was to use his (well the ones he uses...he's too dumb to cypher those out himself)models for anything other than Global Warming, he'd be run out of academia.
:roflol: Remind me to never go South o' Ft Worth.
Daniel_Pittenger wrote:
I really like this song...it speaks volumes about the direction of the world
You do realize, the earth is still below it's total average temperature? Still below what is was when Vikings were traversing the northern seas? Also, if the sun doesn't pick Back up in activity, we will not reach the average and cool back down to possible summers with snow in the continental U.S.? Or, the very very outside chance the sun goes whacko and we get so warm Al gore looks like a optimist(which has almost as little chance of happening as Gore has of being right? Just wanted to make sure you knew this. Gore's numbers don't add up backwards...so they won't work forward either...major flaws in his work. If a statical forecaster was to use his (well the ones he uses...he's too dumb to cypher those out himself)models for anything other than Global Warming, he'd be run out of academia.
Wow, my highest rated BHTM tune...and it's a 6. The one tune where their "diversity" really shines through. In other words, it sounds like all their other tunes, but has one or two other bars that stand out. Are there really fans of this band out there, or are they just zombified versions of some other band's fans? :yawn:
SCprof wrote:
I love this CD. It's quite varied, so this song is very different from the rest. Very bluesy, R&B, and rock all at once. These guys are unbelievable live so do go see them if you get a chance. They rock! Saw them last Friday and Loved it! :clap:
well under-rated live band... A MUST SEE!!
I really like this song...it speaks volumes about the direction of the world
sounds like he's channelling David Gilmour on that guitar solo.
I wish there was a catagory for "different- I need to get used to it, but has potential" . RP has introduced me to whole worlds of new music, some of it I didn't like at first but ultimately, I've added much more than I've rejected.
Mari, post away, to your sunny heart's content. ...Bill told me that, too. :crown: Death_to_Clear_Channel wrote:
New rule, Mari. No consecutive posts. Sorry. Bill asked me to tell you.
Mari wrote:
... :umbrella: ...
New rule, Mari. No consecutive posts. Sorry. Bill asked me to tell you.
I love this CD. It's quite varied, so this song is very different from the rest. Very bluesy, R&B, and rock all at once. These guys are unbelievable live so do go see them if you get a chance. They rock! Saw them last Friday and Loved it! :clap:
Unsure of this group (which first got together in high school). Anyhow, this was very interesting -
Big Head Todd first came to national prominence in the early ‘90s. With their blend of rock, blues and jazz, they quickly became known for great live performances and a string of outstanding albums. Crimes of Passion continues this string of outstanding albums, with much of the credit going to the songwriting this time around. Todd Park Mohr deserves most of the praise with this release, though. He wrote, recorded, produced and mixed this album. But that is not all: he also designed the album's graphics and shot some of the photos, as well as doing all the paintings which appear for each song on this DVD-A. My only question for him is, when does he find time to sleep?
(click here) to see the entire article
Sh*t Sandwich
hyped the band and took a few with me. small club. bad set. took a mental beating. bout 12 years ago. dot.
reminds me vaguely of the drive-by truckers, with the roughness in the voice and the twangy guitars. sweet song for a lonely saturday night.
Loved the Big Head Todd and the Monsters tour with Carbon Leaf last winter.
I don't know what it is about this song that I find so compelling, but whenever it comes on, I have to stop what I'm doing and let it wash over me...
physicsgenius wrote:
Uhh...take some voice lessons.
no doubt! what's with all these droaned out, long and annoying songs that should have been given a time limit!
A very strong Led Zeppelin influence, IMO. It shows in the vocal lines, timbre and guitar arrangements, done in that dark, mystical folk-rock style which Led Zeppelin often performed. Still, unmistakenly BHT and the Monsters!
Uhh...take some voice lessons.
Great album from Todd. And whomever said it is right, BHTM are great live. I've seen them 5-6 times and never been disappointed, one of their shows (Oct 96 in MSP) ranks as one of my all time favorite shows. (goes back to crossing fingers that he wins the contest)
Wow, nice track!
ptooey wrote:
Sick good?
Yeah, I hope Jerzey don't have a patent on the phrase, I'd like to use that....
This reminds me of some Phish tracks (ala Billy Breathes)
Jerzey wrote:
I have this album. It is deep with good cuts. And this band is absolutely insane to see them live. Just sick good. Their web site is awesome, too. If you have not been there, you should. Lots of tunes to buy!
Sick good?
I have this album. It is deep with good cuts. And this band is absolutely insane to see them live. Just sick good. Their web site is awesome, too. If you have not been there, you should. Lots of tunes to buy!
masterhead wrote:
Why is Bill playing 6 tracks out of the crimes of passion album?? It is not like one the greatest bands..they are just ok... :stop:
Ditto re the disk, but this song is excellent!
i like it. Thanks for a great station!
I want to find out more about these guys! Play on! :music:
I like this song, this is the first song I have heard from these guys.
Why is Bill playing 6 tracks out of the crimes of passion album?? It is not like one the greatest bands..they are just ok... :stop:
Great songwriting from a great band.........if you havent seen them live, you are missing quite an experience. Love this new album!!