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The Lightning Seeds — A Small Slice of Heaven
Album: Sense
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6.5

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Total ratings: 170









Released: 1992
Length: 3:44
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No, no, no. Not good.
crazyossi wrote:
don't know what to say about this thing ? its a kind of coolness i don't like ! the voice is ok - but it fails to reach my heart ! mr. david chapman should better be killing these guys instead of killing mr. john lennon !
look, i'm no kill joy but that's not very funny or nice
A lively, interesting band cursed with a lead singer whose voice simply just isn't strong enough...
I rather like this. A solid 7. No excuses, I just like it and that is that.
crazyossi wrote:
mr. david chapman should better be killing these guys instead of killing mr. john lennon !
Probably he couldn't "imagine"
don't know what to say about this thing ? its a kind of coolness i don't like ! the voice is ok - but it fails to reach my heart ! mr. david chapman should better be killing these guys instead of killing mr. john lennon !
This tune makes sense when you live in a three bed semi detached in Bath......... Purfect sense...... Like the smiths with less desire to kill yourself....
MonkeyPod wrote:
British Pop Music: More fish than chips?
Nothing batter (arf! arf!) :)
British Pop Music: More fish than chips?
I like it!
Lightning Seeds fun fact: they got their name after misinterpreting the lyrics to Prince's "Raspberry Beret". They heard "the thunder drowns out what the lightning sees" as the lightning seeds.
hjallekid wrote:
Nice but not New Order if you know what I mean mate...
I hear that. It prompted me to request a couple of NO though, so at least it performed some useful function.
Yeah, I thought "A Small Slice of Heave" was so appropriate. I think it's more than just a small slice of heave - more like a whole toilet full.
trekhead wrote:
:lol: NOW PLAYING shows this as A SMALL SLICE OF HEAVE. 8.
Ha ha ha ha ha--YEAH! :puke:
A great early song by an amazing band. Currently reformed and touring the UK. M
Nice but not New Order if you know what I mean mate...
:lol: NOW PLAYING shows this as A SMALL SLICE OF HEAVE. 8.
The Innocence Mission, Love Spit Love and the Lightning Seeds. Excellent line up. I could stay on this vein all day. :guitarist: :drummer: :music: :cool:
Please, no more artist bios. We can all click on the link to Artist Info through All Music Guide (AMG) just above the song comments. :beat: Mari wrote:
Biography by Jason Ankeny The wispy pop outfit the Lightning Seeds were essentially the solo project of noted producer Ian Broudie. Born August 4, 1958 in Liverpool, England, Broudie first emerged as a member of Big in Japan,......
Bit of a british invasion tonite. Nice tunes, overall.
Angloray wrote:
Plus, I just love that this is the same guy who produced the classic Bunnymen albums...
I can't believe they also made "Footballs coming home."
The Seeds are much sweeter than most music I like, but I can't deny that Ian Broudie's voice wins me over every time! :) Plus, I just love that this is the same guy who produced the classic Bunnymen albums...
Delicious!
:yell: :music: :music: 9/10, what an excellent tune!
sourkraut wrote:
hey, this is a nice song, why are there no comments yet? lots of guitar jingling.
I'll comment. I really like the Lightning Seeds. I ordered this album from the local Borders back in 1998 before I had internet access and I was still a student. It's good, but be sure to check out Dizzy Heights and Jollification.
hey, this is a nice song, why are there no comments yet? lots of guitar jingling.
Pretty.