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The Charlatans — You're So Pretty - We're So Pretty
Album: Wonderland
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Total ratings: 340









Released: 2001
Length: 4:32
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Show me the diamonds
Show me the gold
Call me the answer
Oh yeah
Call me anywhere
I don't have a care
This is my world

You're so pretty, we're so pretty

Show me the silver
Show me the gold
You taking my name "Angel"
Don't dissapoint me
I see you smiling
Tie up my elbows
No joke
Talking to the Devil
Talking to the Lord
For one sweet touch
Talking me to Heaven
Talking me to Hell
For your sweet touch

You're so pretty, we're so pretty
You're so pretty, oh so pretty

All the hours
Asking questions
Couldn't fit in
Wasting time
Keep coming back for a little more
I see you smiling
Feed me to the lions, I'll throw you to the floor
For one sweet touch
Diamonds in the rain
Will always be the same when there's a rainbow

You're so pretty, we're so pretty.
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Not as good as other Charlatans UK songs by far.
There are way better Charlatans tracks.
Robot band.
 bizon wrote:
Boring and repetitive.
 
add annoying.


cool
Likin' the groove right now but could think of a hundred songs to better fill that need...
{#Bananajam}

moshevelvul wrote:
I'm whichya
? I don't get it. This beat is extremely basic and simple.
cool!
Boring and repetitive.
Shame the bass player has no ridem
Meh..
most underrated band of the last 15 years... brilliant catalog of work. keep it coming!!
boogie!
pretty bad!
crowhog2000 wrote:
diving for the mute...... :yawn:
likewise
MORE CHARLIES PLEASE!!!!! cheers
Get down with yo bad self...
Like Cake + late-period Stones.
Always loved the charlatans uk since their beginnings in the early 90s. Nice group. I should pick this up. Does have that Stone sound. I can see Mick strutting like a little chicken round and round. :dancingbanana_2:
diving for the mute...... :yawn:
Bicky wrote:
Slick and very groovy. Reminds me of the Rolling Stones during the 70's.
Sounds like they looped a sample from "Miss You".
I dig this song but that funny voice in the background reminds me of an Old Dirty Ba$tard song. Hey, Dirty, baby I got your money Don't cha worry, I said hey, baby I got your money...
maLeFunKtion wrote:
Ooh, like the beat... good stuff :sunny:
I'm whichya
Not a bad song, but a bit of a let down after Penn's "Try"
Bicky wrote:
Slick and very groovy. Reminds me of the Rolling Stones during the 70's.
Miss You.
Ooh, like the beat... good stuff :sunny:
Got this album - it's so pretty!!! (erm.) No seriously.... it is really good, start to finish. This catchy tune is one of the best on it. :drummer: :guitarist: :wave:
Why? :stupid:
:puke:
This reminds me of slowed-down Ima Robot somehow.
if you really want me, and you think i'm sexy, come on baby, let me know...
Shimmer wrote:
Is this the same 80's band that used to be called "Charlatans UK"?
Yes. And they still are called that, depending on what country the album is issued in. See below. drH wrote:
Isn't the name "Charlatans" taken already by some Grateful Dead precursor?
Hence this band's US releases are under the name "Charlatans UK" to avoid copyright issues. Curiously the album "Up to our Hips" was released in the US under the name "The Charlatans" with no "UK." I have yet to hear a satisfactory explanation for this exception. Anyone?
:bounce: (vacant?)
Bicky wrote:
Slick and very groovy. Reminds me of the Rolling Stones during the 70's.
or rod stewart or small faces
Slick and very groovy. Reminds me of the Rolling Stones during the 70's.
Shimmer wrote:
Is this the same 80's band that used to be called "Charlatans UK"?
On AMG, Charlatans UK is credited with this album "Wonderland." The release date was 9/11/01
This is definately not the Charlatans from SF. Their music is however worth looking up if you like that genre. Would like to hear more of whatever this is! Freebish wrote:
Yes, sort of. The Charlatans. "No relation to the British alternative rock band, the Charlatans, this San Francisco group has been widely credited as starting the Haight/Ashbury psychedelic scene. In retrospect, their contribution was more of a social one, planting seeds of a rock counterculture?" and more. From allmusic.com, a great site, with a link from RP (AMG Entry)
drH wrote:
Isn't the name "Charlatans" taken already by some Grateful Dead precursor?
Yes, sort of. The Charlatans. "No relation to the British alternative rock band, the Charlatans, this San Francisco group has been widely credited as starting the Haight/Ashbury psychedelic scene. In retrospect, their contribution was more of a social one, planting seeds of a rock counterculture¬Ö" and more. From allmusic.com, a great site, with a link from RP (AMG Entry)
Is this the same 80's band that used to be called "Charlatans UK"?
Isn't the name "Charlatans" taken already by some Grateful Dead precursor?
eh...break it down! Play some funky muzak! I got this head be-bop thing goin' on! \:D/
I love Charlatans, please play more other songs.
great to hear these guys on RP.
:dancingbanana: Nice one, RP. I uploaded this a couple of days ago, and it's already on the playlist! Glad you thought it worthy. :notworthy:
I agree. I\'m shocked this is the first Charlatans track to be added to the playlist! :eek:
:clap: :clap: :clap: More Charlatans!!! "The Blind Stagger" is my favorite off of this album.