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Janah — Temple of My Body
Album: World That Surrounds You
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Released: 2002
Length: 4:33
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Queen
Is this Adam and the Ants' new single?
 WonderLizard wrote:
Oops. Today's Bill Chatter sez this is the White Stripes following The Decembrists.

 
that's a silly mistake, we know sticky brown stripes are what follows Decembrists  
Oops. Today's Bill Chatter sez this is the White Stripes following The Decembrists.
 misterbearbaby wrote:
Dancing what? The MUDSHARK?? It's sweeping the ocean floor...
 
I be the holy ghost of big stud Romeo Tuma...  everybody in my alien space craft loves this song...  we be dancing cross-eyed and buck naked like Willy Shakes...  hope life still be grand for you these days, misterbearbaby...
Quite likable. A scan of the titles on this CD reveals their mindset. I like it for that alone. Can't get enough of good music that's meant to uplift and evoke. More Janah, RP. 
 romeotuma wrote:


absolutely incredible...  we be dancing...  love it...
  Dancing what? The MUDSHARK?? It's sweeping the ocean floor...


Mmmmmmmmm-mmmmmm- DIET MUSIC FOR YOUR MIND! Vapid crapola.
No thank you.


absolutely incredible...  we be dancing...  love it...




awesome song...  love it...

 
 gatorade wrote:
IMO, dreadful. But that isn't a rating is it?
 
It should be. This is sooooooo bad for the ears. If this truly were a temple, I'd be the first to desecrate it ;(

 wxman wrote:
I don't know about the rest of the listeners, but I don't kneel down to masturbate. Am I missing something?
 
Probably a Catholic thing.  I sit or stand, most of the time.

Love this song
 istanbulbaby wrote:
Very beautiful, and the lyrics are reminiscent of Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass."
 
I sing the body electric,
The armies of those I love engirth me, and I engirth them;
They will not let me off till I go with them, respond to them,
And discorrupt them, and charge them full with the charge of the Soul.
IMO, dreadful. But that isn't a rating is it?


Very cool...  this song is great...


Great instrumental start, but the singing is shite and the lyrics trite. Shame. 2 from the Nottingham jury.
wxman wrote:
I don't know about the rest of the listeners, but I don't kneel down to masturbate. Am I missing something?
very possibly. :-)
PhysicsGenius wrote:
"Temple of my body"..."Kneel down"? Is this song about masturbation?
:rolleyes: Wanker.
PhysicsGenius wrote:
"Temple of my body"..."Kneel down"? Is this song about masturbation?
I don't know about the rest of the listeners, but I don't kneel down to masturbate. Am I missing something?
jpfueler wrote:
I beg to differ...because of RP I got this CD...good stuff... they are a sound of their own.
I was trying really hard to find that sound of their own you are talking about..Still I haven't found what I am looking for... Add a little Walt Disney Sound and the formula is complete...
I can't resist wondering what Beavis and Butthead would think of this.
istanbulbaby wrote:
Very beautiful, and the lyrics are reminiscent of Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass."
Nice insight. :clap: :notworthy: :hug:
Very beautiful, and the lyrics are reminiscent of Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass."
Originally Posted by basslice: Everything that went wrong with U2 after Josuah Tree is demonstrated by this cheap, sound-a-like rip-off.
I must concur, the Bono-esque vocals were a real turn off. I think I would have liked the track, had it not been for that. Ohp - look at that, followed up by U2 - Bill is keen.
Originally Posted by basslice: Everything that went wrong with U2 after Josuah Tree is demonstrated by this cheap, sound-a-like rip-off.
I beg to differ...because of RP I got this CD...good stuff... they are a sound of their own.
Everything that went wrong with U2 after Josuah Tree is demonstrated by this cheap, sound-a-like rip-off.
Impressive production for a relatively unheard of. Nice tune! :clap:
This band has a fantastic sound! :clap:
put a smile on my face left me feeling \"but of course\" lol :moon:
Originally Posted by philarktos: I've got this old fashioned taste for the transcendant in music, always nice to hear what the youngsters are rockin out to, lookin to dance with my spiritual fairy greatnieces and nephews. Janah Swaha ! And a tip o' the hat to Brother Bill !
amen :cool:
Originally Posted by PhysicsGenius: "Temple of my body"..."Kneel down"? Is this song about masturbation?
yeah, right... and I suppose that this is a pornographic emoticon: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
\"Temple of my body\"...\"Kneel down\"? Is this song about masturbation?
I\'ve got this old fashioned taste for the transcendant in music, always nice to hear what the youngsters are rockin out to, lookin to dance with my spiritual fairy greatnieces and nephews. Janah Swaha ! And a tip o\' the hat to Brother Bill !
I learned of Janah from RP. The irony is that I\'m in Athens, GA, and I had to learn of these guys from RP even though they are based in Atlanta. THANKS RP FOR ENLIGHTENING ME!!! Anyway, they have an amazing sound to be a \"local\" band......very intricate......lots of levels....amazing production quality......very worldly. The whole album is like this. I\'m ready for my next lesson in quality music, Professor RP.
I kinda like it. :)
i like what i have heard from these guys on RP. look forward to hearing more. anyone notice a bit of Fogelberg sound in the vocal, especially in the beginning. no offense to Fogelberg-haters/Janah-lovers. ;) :cool:
I wish people could talk up this great young band more...
Not as good as Janah "Oil" or "Wake" but pretty good none the less
This is an absolutely incredible song, the sound on this entire album is the best sound I\'ve ever heard for an unsigned band. I can\'t empasize enough how good this band is, you will not be disappointed with the band (they sound just like this lived as well!). Disclaimer: I used to work with the keyboard player, but my opinions are still mine!
Infectiously peppy, this. :D
First post :p There's an element to this song that is not often found. It fits well within the playlist context of Aqueous Transmission and Words. :)