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The Diamond Underground — Save Her Soul
Album: singles
Avg rating:
6.7

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Total ratings: 254









Released: 2014
Length: 3:38
Plays (last 30 days): 1
We're wanted dead or alive
Forsaken past criminal minds
To sustain we cannot afford
All her rules we cannot ignore.

(Chorus)

When the bell tolls
We can't fall
We must save her soul
It's the last call
The last straw
We must save her soul

Can we make it alive?
Fragile fate that she will decide
And I know we don't live alone
And I know we can't make our own.
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It reminds me a lot of Spoon from 2-3 albums ago.  The vocals sound a lot different, but stylistically it sounds very similar to me.
Sounds like a drunk busker with some backing help.  Instant PSD now I've heard it once.
A solid 5 although I'd like to hear more from this project.
It's hard to find out anything about this guy/ these people! But it's for sure easy to like how it sounds...got that trippy new familiarity to it!
Ray Davies? Reminds me more of Damon Albarn!
We all agree. It's Ray Davies grandson.
 cosmiclint wrote:
Sounds a bit like Ray Davies.

 

6 > 7. Not much on vocals, but that guitar rip, though repetitive, is a catchy ear worm. Good driving music.  
Agreed!
 

drewd wrote:


A bit ?? Dead ringer if you ask me....

 


Hmm. The vocals sound a bit over affected.
I think it sounds more like James singing in his sleep.
 cosmiclint wrote:
Sounds a bit like Ray Davies.

 

A bit ?? Dead ringer if you ask me....
Liking the Chinawoman/Johnny Marr/Concrete Blonde/Kinks strains running through this thing!  Nice Sunday afternoon groovin' tune!
 pomotexan wrote:
Second time hearing here--and I really like it. A killer groove.

 
THANKS!!! That means a lot. 
Second time hearing here--and I really like it. A killer groove.
 cosmiclint wrote:
Sounds a bit like Ray Davies.

 
...when he's 100.
Sounds a bit like Ray Davies.
The music -- or maybe just the guitar -- is much stronger than the singing, which is only half intelligible. 
psd, avoiding REM I luckily had Graham Parker and the Rumours entrance my soul, so these fellas fit in kind of nice right after, strong guitar plucking