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Interpol — Say Hello to the Angels
Album: Turn On the Bright Lights
Avg rating:
5.7

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Total ratings: 293









Released: 2002
Length: 4:23
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I want your silent parts
The parts the birds love
I know there's such a place
I had my back turned
You didn't realize
I'm lonely

You lack the things
To which I relate
But I see no harm

Come wait, come wait, come wait
It's over
Yeah, one, two, three, do me

When I'm feeling lazy, it's probably because
I'm saving all my energy to pick up when you move into my airspace
You move into my airspace
And something's coming over me
I see you in the doorway
I can't control the part of me that swells up when you move into my airspace
You move into my airspace

But each night, I bury my love around you
Oh each night, I bury my love around you
You're linked to my innocence

This is a concept
This is a bracelet
This isn't no intervention
This is a concept
This is a bracelet
This isn't no intervention

This isn't you yet
What you thought was such a conquest
Your hair is so pretty and red
Baby, baby you're really the best

Can I get there this way? Yeah, I think so
Can I get there this way? I think so
Can I get there this way?
Can I get there this way?
Can I get there this way?
Can I get there this way?

We should take a trip now to see new places
I'm sick of this town
I see my face has changed
We should take a trip now to see new places
I'm sick of this town
I see my face has changed
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One of the best records of the 00's.

So deeply in love with this album... So much passion <3
The Smiths light!
I turned it up when it first started thinking it was Metric - Speed the Collapse. Much to my disappointment it was not and I had turned it waaaaay down.
God almighty, this song is fucking annoying. Straight to PSD!
 NiceGuy2005 wrote:
Roverfish wrote:

Kind of adds a new meaning to the "Ho Hum" rating, doesn't it?

Ho hum.


Reminds me of the days when music wasn't so pretentious.

 
 
"Reminds me of the days when music wasn't so pretentious."
 
 
Reminds me of days when bands perform without rehearsals or a real singer. {#Naughty}
 
Maybe there's a reason this song hasn't seen light of day for 12 years.
I'm so pleased to be able to move this song's average rating to below "6" -- a particularly grating song in a surprisingly annoying set. :eyes:
YES! Another song praising redheads! :-) "Your hair is so pretty and reeeeeeed..."
i heard interpol broke up ... is this true?!?
I started singing "Just like a one-winged dove" when this song started. :lol:
Talk about music dominated by insipid drumming, this is it. Oh, and raucous singing, if that's what it is called.
Nostalgia band. Reminds people of the manchester heydays = success with the thirtysomething generation.
dogpound wrote:
I can't help but really like them, even if they sound like Bauhaus
He he he. See my post below.
jkamm14 wrote:
there's a little Psychedelic Furs influence in there.
Them too, as well as Bauhaus. Good stuff.
Kudos for these guys daring to bring a little 80s into their sound. And they happen to rock. Great stuff, and a recent discovery for me.
I can't help but really like them, even if they sound like Bauhaus
These blokes so rock. An 8 all the way. So what if Joy Division and Echo & the Bunnymen did this sort of music already 20 years ago? :guitarist: :drummer: :jump: :dance:
:clap: :roflol: \\:D/ :bounce: :jump:
Coldplay Interpol what's the difference??Boths are Sucks!
sophisticated garage. oops, an oxymoron.
Roverfish wrote:
Kind of adds a new meaning to the "Ho Hum" rating, doesn't it? Ho hum.
Reminds me of the days when music wasn't so pretentious.
Good song, great cd
sorry kids, there are at least three chords here, depending on how you look at it... very fun. thanks rp!
One word...FUN!
rascal420 wrote:
Get a good chord going, and stick with it I say.
Kind of adds a new meaning to the "Ho Hum" rating, doesn't it? Ho hum.
Really cool, man!
rascal420 wrote:
Get a good chord going, and stick with it I say.
:lol:
I'm usually open to all kinds of music. This does nothing for me. Bleh. Not horrible, just not outstanding.
Get a good chord going, and stick with it I say.
This is not good. <-(
kevbo77 wrote:
It must be your problem then, right?
i guess? the music i can stand. the vocals tho -- wow. nails on a chalkboard, man. and what is he singing in this one? A$$-face?
Huey wrote:
Noisy
rah wrote:
this band's popularity is something i really just don't get...
It must be your problem then, right?
this band's popularity is something i really just don't get...
Noisy
Isn't that the line from SCARFACE? " Say hello to my leetle Angeles!!! ( rapid bursts of weapons' fire)"
Yes, add some Joy Division and Nick Cave's Wheeping Song for a time wharp. I say so ... seating here in Kremlin, opps - beautiful fogy and rainy Vancouver
"Burn my fingers Burn my toes Burn my uncle Burn his books Burn his shoes" Sounds more than a little like "Third Uncle." Not that that's a bad thing...
I've seen Interpol twice in concert, and while they're a little stiff onstage, these guys are a good tight rock band (which is refreshing nowadays). I understand the JD comparisons because of his voice, but not much else. Musically, there's a little Psychedelic Furs influence in there.
8) Joy Division, Smiths too... and The Strokes