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Xymox — Losing My Head
Album: Twist of Shadows
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Released: 1989
Length: 5:07
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Here I lie awake again,
Rise and shine
Some things will never change
I bide my time
Weekends spent in solitude
I am feeling down

I love you to death
You make me lose my head
I love you to death
You make me lose my head
I've seen nothing of you yet
I 'm wanting to forget
I've seen nothing of you yet
I 'm wanting to forget
Seen nothing of you yet
I 'm wanting to forget

Here it comes in waves again
It's gaining ground
It's more than I can ever bear
It's weighing down
Your absence here surrounds me now
It burns inside

You're born to guide me
Say what you want
I am born to love you
Do what you want
You're born to guide me
Say what you want
I 'm born to love you
Do what you want
You come inside
You make it right
You are the light
When you come inside
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This song appears to be off of "Farewell", not "Twist of Shadows"
Xymox had some really good stuff, this just isn't it. The first two albums and a couple mixed in later are real good. Try playing Michelle from Medusa.
The name of the band sounds like one of those prescription drugs they run ads for during NCIS: "Ask your doctor if Xymox is right for you."
 Trustocity wrote:
Ignore my last post. I have the wrong boards on my screen. I'm responding to RP but actually listening to streaming evangelical praise and worship. Or not.
 
What say you, Giles Corey, to the charges of witchcraft which have been brought forth against you?
Xymox? As in Zy-Mox? As in, I've never even heard of these f'in guys before? HS. And it's not bad. A heady '80s brew. Thanks, RP. 
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8 > don't care which decade it came from.
A good 80's band long gone.  A good tune and I think I prefer other tracks over this one....but may be too "alternative" for RP?!
 Trustocity wrote:
Ignore my last post. I have the wrong boards on my screen. I'm responding to RP but actually listening to streaming evangelical praise and worship. Or not.
 
All Praise to the Baby Jebus!


As usual, somebody has to post that there are better tracks from whatever band. I'll be that person here. Still good to hear, but there are a few with more appeal to me. 

edit: Nice 11-year span between plays
snama wrote:
Xymox / Clan of Xymox is one of my all-time favorite internationally obscure bands, and since RP has elected to play the Chameleons, it makes perfect sense to broaden the circle to include these folks. Medusa is a wonderful LP; Twist of Shadows the most classic (still found in the cutout bins) with Blind Hearts, which still gets airplay in my house. Avoid Metamorphosis as a first introduction, since it was recorded on a different label and tried to be a dance track (tho I liked it okay ultimately). :cheers:
Thanks for the info! what album is "losing my head" on? I really love that track. itunes only have "Twist of Shadows " are all the songs on that album as good as "losing my head"?
Ignore my last post. I have the wrong boards on my screen. I'm responding to RP but actually listening to streaming evangelical praise and worship. Or not.
What IS this godless dreck? More Michael W. Smith!
Hearing massive bass back there. Pink Floyd influence?
Liked "Clan" back in the late eighties. Weren't they on the 4AD label?
If sigur ros does it, this one has not the magic. 6 max.
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Xymox / Clan of Xymox is one of my all-time favorite internationally obscure bands, and since RP has elected to play the Chameleons, it makes perfect sense to broaden the circle to include these folks. Medusa is a wonderful LP; Twist of Shadows the most classic (still found in the cutout bins) with Blind Hearts, which still gets airplay in my house. Avoid Metamorphosis as a first introduction, since it was recorded on a different label and tried to be a dance track (tho I liked it okay ultimately). :cheers: