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The Mekons — Ghosts Of American Astronauts
Album: single
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Released: 1998
Length: 3:42
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Hey guys,
one of the best bands ever. You play so less songs of them. Please! Do something for this bans, that may never been forgotten.
"You`ve always known and you always remember, and then you fortgot what you`ve already known". Sally Timms, the voice of SHeffield. One of the best voices.
When I`m right, do they live  - Sally Timms & Jon Langford - in zhe states for a long time ago...
Greetings & Herzmerci from Germoney
Loooong time between plays
This set screams out for Space Odditty.
Hah! Like you\'ve got room to talk Captain Kuro5hin! :p Still, not a huge fan of the song.
Originally Posted by pazzat: Wow! I've been wondering if any radio station would have the guts to play this one so close to the accident
Guts? I think more like cluelessness.
Wow! I\'ve been wondering if any radio station would have the guts to play this one so close to the accident, and I\'m well impressed that I\'ve heard it on an American station. Well done - this strikes me as a big statement of your independence.
You all crack me up. :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: I\'m especially interested in Justlistening. He/She is funny.
After all the Mekons hype I\'ve absorbed over the years, this is a pretty disappointing introduction.
Originally Posted by holborne: Dude, all rock is three chords. "If it has more than three chords, it's jazz." --Lou Reed
I agree, but it's which three chords they are, what you do with them, and adding the right beat. This is less than inspiring - just a technically proficient effort.
Dude, all rock is three chords. \"If it has more than three chords, it\'s jazz.\" --Lou Reed
Wow! :eek: They are reeeeealy good at those three chords! It makes my head feel like :frustrated: ...not that I have an opinion