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Halloween, Alaska — The Four Corners
Album: Halloween, Alaska
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Released: 2003
Length: 6:24
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RichardPrins wrote:
8) For Phineas: :p ;)
Me too. :p ;)
dirtroosters wrote:
there's something about the end of this song that I love.
I wish it would come in sooner.
there's something about the end of this song that I love.
8) For Phineas: :p ;)
I hate Death Cab for Cutie --- and now they've gone and spawned sound-alikes like this. That's just evil. Feh. Bleck. Pshaw. Other assorted words of derision.
me like-y
Is it just me, or does the lead singer sound like Duncan Sheik on Prozac? :ask:
mig7 wrote:
This song has gone from suck to blow.
I highly disagree and if I were to take a guess, I'd say you are like the other 99% of people that have dissed this band, ie, people with no musical background or experience to know what it's like to be in a musician's shoes and realize how much effort goes into every song or album. Amen. :notworthy:
This song has gone from suck to blow.
I bought this album a couple of months ago and have really grown to like it. Highly recommend them! 8)
Oddly, the two songs I've heard from them now, would go well on Northern Exposure. Chris playing this as people scurry about preparing for some end of season fest.
catmaven wrote:
Not only droningly pointless and tuneless but interminable as well.
Time warnings for dreadful songs are always appreciated. Now all we need is a service to ping listeners when it's safe to unclick the mute button.
catmaven wrote:
Not only droningly pointless and tuneless but interminable as well. A couple of times it seemed as though it might end but it didn't. Recycling bin, ASAP, please. :crashcomp: :yawn:
While I am all for recycling, There is some garbage that even the compost heap would hurl back at you. This would be that kind of stuff. Okay, maybe not that bad. But close.
book_worm71 wrote:
Since there doesn't seem to be a "support RP" option yet - interested persons can order the cd from halloween, alsaka's website, they even accept paypal. But check in case a "support RP" option becomes available.
I'd rather just support the band thank you very much!
Since there doesn't seem to be a "support RP" option yet - interested persons can order the cd from halloween, alsaka's website, they even accept paypal. But check in case a "support RP" option becomes available.
I bought the album online after hearing the first two tracks on RP, but this has become my favorite on the CD. It meanders, but in a good way.
I dig it. Emo-esk I guess, but a sweet song IMO. Not that inspired, but enjoyable none the less. 6/7
Not only droningly pointless and tuneless but interminable as well. A couple of times it seemed as though it might end but it didn't. Recycling bin, ASAP, please. :crashcomp: :yawn:
Yes, very much. Prefab Lite may be more appropriate. There was an edge to Prefab Sprout 20 years ago before Thomas Dolby overproduced them. drH wrote:
Is is just me, or does this remind anybody else of Prefab Sprout?
drH wrote:
Is is just me, or does this remind anybody else of Prefab Sprout?
Yes! I was going to say that there was something very familiar about this band. The more I hear them, the more I really like them.
Is is just me, or does this remind anybody else of Prefab Sprout?