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Halloween, Alaska — All the Arms Around You
Album: Halloween, Alaska
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Released: 2003
Length: 4:01
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matt! wrote:
These guy sometimes sound like Prefab Sprout, which is how I came to hear them. Great live, too.
ah I was just thinking the very same thing
These guy sometimes sound like Prefab Sprout, which is how I came to hear them. Great live, too.
Ooh, neat! I dig the atmospherics. *circles song with sharpie and puts on wall*
good noise in the background. Other than that I find little redeeming value
I'm panning this one folks. :frustrated:
wow that sucked
Odyzzeuz wrote:
It's like being reminded of dog crap in a good way.
Thankful that you didn't step in it?
gregorbill wrote:
The first part of this reminds be of Soul Coughing. In a good way.
It's like being reminded of dog crap in a good way.
Everything sounds like Coldplay now. No other sounds are allowed.
I'm arguing between a pretty good and acceptable. The intro is definitely something of interest but then it seems pretty poppy. Dare I say, "Clear Channel"-esc. :crowded.gif: Addendum: Then the song finishes before I can finish my comment. Questionable songs that are short always lose points for me. Additional Addendum: Does anyone hear a little NIN in that intro?
whoah - i hope that wacky noise is just my computer...
The first part of this reminds be of Soul Coughing. In a good way.
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Hey, I kinda like this. Very pleasant voice on that gentleman. And the music is pretty nifty as well...the synth work is quite cool.
Say, that was pretty good. Okay: "That was pretty good."
So, like we were sitting around trying to come up with a name for our band, and so, like we got a dictionary and closed our eyes and......
I really like them! I ordered their cd but not yet received it. Can't wait!
Why are we still making this whispery moan, psuedo-electronica stuff anymore? Depeche Mode was 10 years ago.
This is nice :)
Boring bollocks......shocking......
I made a trip to Eau Claire this past weekend to see these guys at a small pub. Pretty good show- the vocals faltered very slightly at points, but the band sounded great. They opened with a cover of LL Cool J's "Radio", which was fantastic in both its attempt and execution.
Ooh yeah. Good stuff.
If you want to download this song, you can get it for $0.99 at audiolunchbox.com.
I like(d) this - and I love the band name... but it's getting played way too much lately.
not sure about halloween alaska...i think is should be on k light FM... :butt:
OmegaConcern wrote:
Cool stuff. I went to write it down on my "find more" list here at the office and they were already there! Check out Jeep macNichol , formerly of The Samples. Some of his stuff sounds a bit like this. www.jeepmusic.com
I hear Prefab Sprout, and I like it.
RichardPrins wrote:
Not in AMG yet, but here's their website
And here is some more info in Minneapolis' City Pages
Sounds like Folk Implosion sort or
Cool stuff. I went to write it down on my "find more" list here at the office and they were already there! Check out Jeep macNichol , formerly of The Samples. Some of his stuff sounds a bit like this. www.jeepmusic.com
Holy stuff...this is fantastic...What a great name too. Thanks for the intro Bill. Also, thanks for the website Richard. Their influences are amusing. I just ordered their disc!
Not in AMG yet, but here's their website