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Arcade Fire — Haiti
Album: Funeral
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6.8

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Total ratings: 933









Released: 2005
Length: 3:56
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Haïti, mon pays wounded mother I'll never see
Ma famille set me free throw my ashes into the sea
Mes cousins jamais nés hantent les nuits des Duvalier
Rien n'arrête nos esprits, guns can't kill what soldiers can't see
In the forest we are hiding, unmarked graves where flowers grow
Hear the soldiers angry yelling in the river we will go

Tous les morts-nés forment une armée, soon we will reclaim the earth
All the tears and all the bodies bring about our second birth
Haïti, never free, n'aie pas peur de sonner l'alarme
Tes enfants sont partis in those days their blood was still warm
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 maxjboxer wrote:

Totally agree.  Legal immigration does just that...
 

People don't stop to read the laws before they run for their lives.
Johnny Appleseed? anyone?
on low volume this sounds a lot like Joe Strummer's Johnny Appleseed.
 Grammarcop wrote:
Isn't Regine Chassange from Haiti?

Maybe this is why we need more people from Haiti coming to North America, Mr. President. They share their creativity. They enrich us. They make us better people. 
 
Totally agree.  Legal immigration does just that...
 Proclivities wrote:

I believe her parents were from Haiti; they fled the Duvalier regime to Montreal, where she was born.  This song is apparently about some of her relatives who were killed by Duvalier's soldiers.
 
Thanks for that trivia. 

Any idea what "Rebellion (Lies)" is about.
 Grammarcop wrote:
Isn't Regine Chassange from Haiti?

Maybe this is why we need more people from Haiti coming to North America, Mr. President. They share their creativity. They enrich us. They make us better people. 
 
I believe her parents were from Haiti; they fled the Duvalier regime to Montreal, where she was born.  This song is apparently about some of her relatives who were killed by Duvalier's soldiers.
Any song that includes Duvalier can't be an upper. Murderous thieves.
I love the voodoo revenge thing this song has going for it. IMO totally worth finding a lyrics translation if you haven't yet.
Bill you done it again, with the current situation in Haiti this song is song so appropriate right now !
Isn't Regine Chassange from Haiti?

Maybe this is why we need more people from Haiti coming to North America, Mr. President. They share their creativity. They enrich us. They make us better people. 
Bill did you drop this in the rotation in honor of our POS POTUS?
I like this better than anything they did after. The rhythms are infectious, the atmosphere like a tropical street market cafe bar all-nighter
wonderful CANADIAN content!

{#Heartkiss}
Bill, thank you for playing this song today as a tribute to all lost lives in the tragic Haiti Earthquake 12 January 2010.

'Haïti, mon pays wounded mother I'll never see
Ma famille set me free throw my ashes into the sea...'
 TheGolfster wrote:

Repetition?? Are you serious?? One of the greatest songs of all time is Hey Jude. A lot of annoying reviewers on this blog.

Great lyrics, great beat.

 
Hey Jude. Repetitious, perhaps. But not just a song, or a great song. It's also an anthem about or referencing the end of a band, a cultural mega-phenomenon, an era, a personal musical note from one key band member to another.  Hey Jude is not just a song, and even just as such it works on multiple levels simultaneously. 
Many slaggers on this comment thread. Though not their best song, this band is quite excellent. Even the best bands have throwaways.
 kingart wrote:
How many times can one music act repeat the same phrase and still consider it an enjoyable listening experience? I think Arcade Fire exceeds their quota. It's like listening to the monotonous jingle on the neighborhood ice cream truck. 

 

I think you are insulting ice cream truck music which at least becomes an ear worm in your head.  This is utterly forgetable.
 RFLTheGolfster wrote:

Repetition?? Are you serious?? One of the greatest songs of all time is Hey Jude. A lot of annoying reviewers on this blog.

Great lyrics, great beat.

 
RFL

Repetition?? Are you serious?? One of the greatest songs of all time is Hey Jude. A lot of annoying reviewers on this blog.

Great lyrics, great beat.

WOW !!!! THIS SUCKS !!!
Annoying 
 kingart wrote:
How many times can one music act repeat the same phrase and still consider it an enjoyable listening experience?
 
At least this many.
From a distance, it sounded like Joe Strummer - Johnny Appleseed...
Sweeet!  This is making my moment right now.  Great one!
How many times can one music act repeat the same phrase and still consider it an enjoyable listening experience? I think Arcade Fire exceeds their quota. It's like listening to the monotonous jingle on the neighborhood ice cream truck. 
 ottovonb wrote:
I look forward to the day I figure out what anybody sees in the relentless monotony that is Arcade Fire. Today is not that day.

 
Your comment about monotony was somewhat undermined when you double posted it.
Love the band.  Love the song.  Hate the politics.
Great band but not in love with this song.
I look forward to the day I figure out what anybody sees in the relentless monotony that is Arcade Fire. Today is not that day.

Quite a discordant and challenging listen from a band that I don't often like.

I like it.  8 
 stephw wrote:

OMG, my exact thoughts!(except I said "Cool. an ArcaDe Fire song I actually like!")

 

Hahahahaaaaaa! Thinking the exact, same thing..
 DaveInVA wrote:
Cool. an Arcane Fire song I actually like! {#Music}

 
OMG, my exact thoughts!(except I said "Cool. an ArcaDe Fire song I actually like!")
Cool. an Arcane Fire song I actually like! {#Music}
 Stingray wrote:

You bet - especially the ZOMBIE in my closet!

 

"Love and kindness for Haiti" - what a slogan!

Even better than "Ho-Ho Ho-Chi-Min" during the American attack on Vietnam.

 
This response makes no sense, and is offensive. There really should be some troll moderators on here. Music is fun and friendly, trolling on the internet is not. 
 bluecshells wrote:


Yes it does.  Haiti needs so much love and kindness right now.
 

You bet - especially the ZOMBIE in my closet!

 

"Love and kindness for Haiti" - what a slogan!

Even better than "Ho-Ho Ho-Chi-Min" during the American attack on Vietnam.


STUPID!
 Felix_The_Cat wrote:
Ugh, the song name hurts in these days...
 

Yes it does.  Haiti needs so much love and kindness right now.
 BlueOx wrote:

They endorsed Obama to be Prime Minister of Canada?

Cool, I hope he wins!

 

I thought HE was trying to turn the US into a FURTHER-left version of the Great White North... {#Doh}
Normally I'm really into this band, but this track is a little synth-heavy for me.
 keller1 wrote:
Decent tune.

Don't get the hype surrounding this band, though, even if they are the home team.
 

I can't get into this band either. {#Think}
 BlueOx wrote:

They endorsed Obama to be Prime Minister of Canada?

Cool, I hope he wins!
 
I wouldn't wish him upon our Canadian friends for anything.

This is a great tune, btw! 
Ugh, the song name hurts in these days...
Love this band, but this is NOT one of their best songs..
 MinMan wrote:

Then again, consider Britian's contribution given 2x the population of Canada. not bad eh.
 
I've always thought Australia's output was impressive considering their population too.

Decent tune.

Don't get the hype surrounding this band, though, even if they are the home team.
 mwstennis wrote:
8 —> 7 for the band's endorsement of Obama.
 
They endorsed Obama to be Prime Minister of Canada?

Cool, I hope he wins!

7:32 pm - Arcade Fire - Haiti
7:28 pm - Led Zeppelin - Friends
7:25 pm - Neko Case -  Dirty Knife


Nice set, Bill! {#Clap}


This song sounds like a cross between Siouxsie and Cocteau Twins for some reason... I like that! {#Smile}

mwstennis wrote:
8 --> 7 for the band's endorsement of Obama.
I'll give a '1' for this hideous song, and a 10 in my mind for the band's Obama endorsement.
8 --> 7 for the band's endorsement of Obama.
ThePoose wrote:
This list is hideously incomplete. You cannot leave out seminal influences such as Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Gordon Lightfoot (big influence on Dylan), Denny Doherty of the Mamas and Papas, Zal Yanovsky of the Lovin' Spoonful, and Bruce Cockburn.
what do you expect? they pulled this list off of wikipedia! not to mention they have neil young listed in the 70s...
ThePoose wrote:
This list is hideously incomplete. You cannot leave out seminal influences such as Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Gordon Lightfoot (big influence on Dylan), Denny Doherty of the Mamas and Papas, Zal Yanovsky of the Lovin' Spoonful, and Bruce Cockburn.
Robbie Robertson, Paul Schaeffer....
thewiseking wrote:
History of Rock in Canada 1.1 1950s-1960s 1.2 The Diamonds 1.3 The Four Lads 1.4 Paul Anka 1.5 Bobby Curtola 1.6 Ronnie Hawkins / The Band 1.7 David Clayton Thomas 2 1970s 2.1 The Guess Who 2.2 BTO 2.3 Rush 2.4 Hard Rock & Heavy Metal 2.5 April Wine 2.6 Moxy 2.7 Triumph 2.8 Burton Cummings 2.9 Neil Young 2.10 Punk 2.11 D.O.A. 3 1980s 3.1 Bryan Adams 3.2 Chilliwack 3.3 Tom Cochrane 3.4 Loverboy 3.5 New Wave & Glam Rock 3.6 Platinum Blonde 3.7 Helix 3.8 Alternative Rock 3.9 Blue Rodeo 3.10 Cowboy Junkies 3.11 Colin James 3.12 Jeff Healey 4 1990s 4.1 Barenaked Ladies 4.2 Great Big Sea 4.3 The Tea Party 4.4 The Tragically Hip 4.5 I Mother Earth 4.6 Matthew Good Band 4.7 Canadian Women 4.8 Alanis Morissette
JFK blown away, what else do I have to say?! We didn't start the fire...
thewiseking wrote:
History of Rock in Canada 1.1 1950s-1960s 1.2 The Diamonds 1.3 The Four Lads 1.4 Paul Anka 1.5 Bobby Curtola 1.6 Ronnie Hawkins / The Band 1.7 David Clayton Thomas 2 1970s 2.1 The Guess Who 2.2 BTO 2.3 Rush 2.4 Hard Rock & Heavy Metal 2.5 April Wine 2.6 Moxy 2.7 Triumph 2.8 Burton Cummings 2.9 Neil Young 2.10 Punk 2.11 D.O.A. 3 1980s 3.1 Bryan Adams 3.2 Chilliwack 3.3 Tom Cochrane 3.4 Loverboy 3.5 New Wave & Glam Rock 3.6 Platinum Blonde 3.7 Helix 3.8 Alternative Rock 3.9 Blue Rodeo 3.10 Cowboy Junkies 3.11 Colin James 3.12 Jeff Healey 4 1990s 4.1 Barenaked Ladies 4.2 Great Big Sea 4.3 The Tea Party 4.4 The Tragically Hip 4.5 I Mother Earth 4.6 Matthew Good Band 4.7 Canadian Women 4.8 Alanis Morissette idunno, i guess our neighbors to the north have made a contribution. i'll give em a B-
This list is hideously incomplete. You cannot leave out seminal influences such as Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Gordon Lightfoot (big influence on Dylan), Denny Doherty of the Mamas and Papas, Zal Yanovsky of the Lovin' Spoonful, and Bruce Cockburn.
Hait it.
thewiseking wrote:
idunno, i guess our neighbors to the north have made a contribution. i'll give em a B-
Gee, a USAmerican acting as the arbiter of another country. Whodathunkit!
:good-vibes: fantastic band, fantastic song
MTL_Robbie wrote:
Man, you are missing a whole bunch...A+ productivity/creativity for less than 30 million people!
Then again, consider Britian's contribution given 2x the population of Canada. not bad eh.
thewiseking wrote:
History of Rock in Canada 1.1 1950s-1960s 1.2 The Diamonds 1.3 The Four Lads 1.4 Paul Anka 1.5 Bobby Curtola 1.6 Ronnie Hawkins / The Band 1.7 David Clayton Thomas 2 1970s 2.1 The Guess Who 2.2 BTO 2.3 Rush 2.4 Hard Rock & Heavy Metal 2.5 April Wine 2.6 Moxy 2.7 Triumph 2.8 Burton Cummings 2.9 Neil Young 2.10 Punk 2.11 D.O.A. 3 1980s 3.1 Bryan Adams 3.2 Chilliwack 3.3 Tom Cochrane 3.4 Loverboy 3.5 New Wave & Glam Rock 3.6 Platinum Blonde 3.7 Helix 3.8 Alternative Rock 3.9 Blue Rodeo 3.10 Cowboy Junkies 3.11 Colin James 3.12 Jeff Healey 4 1990s 4.1 Barenaked Ladies 4.2 Great Big Sea 4.3 The Tea Party 4.4 The Tragically Hip 4.5 I Mother Earth 4.6 Matthew Good Band 4.7 Canadian Women 4.8 Alanis Morissette idunno, i guess our neighbors to the north have made a contribution. i'll give em a B-
Man, you are missing a whole bunch...A+ productivity/creativity for less than 30 million people!
History of Rock in Canada 1.1 1950s-1960s 1.2 The Diamonds 1.3 The Four Lads 1.4 Paul Anka 1.5 Bobby Curtola 1.6 Ronnie Hawkins / The Band 1.7 David Clayton Thomas 2 1970s 2.1 The Guess Who 2.2 BTO 2.3 Rush 2.4 Hard Rock & Heavy Metal 2.5 April Wine 2.6 Moxy 2.7 Triumph 2.8 Burton Cummings 2.9 Neil Young 2.10 Punk 2.11 D.O.A. 3 1980s 3.1 Bryan Adams 3.2 Chilliwack 3.3 Tom Cochrane 3.4 Loverboy 3.5 New Wave & Glam Rock 3.6 Platinum Blonde 3.7 Helix 3.8 Alternative Rock 3.9 Blue Rodeo 3.10 Cowboy Junkies 3.11 Colin James 3.12 Jeff Healey 4 1990s 4.1 Barenaked Ladies 4.2 Great Big Sea 4.3 The Tea Party 4.4 The Tragically Hip 4.5 I Mother Earth 4.6 Matthew Good Band 4.7 Canadian Women 4.8 Alanis Morissette idunno, i guess our neighbors to the north have made a contribution. i'll give em a B-
amateur hour is almost over
SWOOOOOOOOP :bounce:
meloman wrote:
Inarticulate vocals and a tune that is boring and unimaginative. I do not understand the attraction.
You may find the vocals inarticulate because a good portion of them are in French. Google around, and you'll get some pretty good translations. What I find makes this song so powerful is the sadness of the lyrics, combined with the simple, upbeat quality of the melody. Yes, it's a repetitive hook, but it is also a fantastic conterpoint to the lyrics which talk of civil war and murder.
WonderLizard wrote:
Sounds a bit like Joe Strummer's "Johnny Appleseed".
Al_Koholic wrote:
Yes it does-Thanks.
More than just a bit. . .
WonderLizard wrote:
Sounds a bit like Joe Strummer's "Johnny Appleseed".
Yes it does-Thanks.
Inarticulate vocals and a tune that is boring and unimaginative. I do not understand the attraction.
Ah I love the Arcade Fire. They are great live :bananajam:
Great song from a great album. Just hope they can keep it up with a new album. Gotta see 'em live.
one of my favs on a pretty good album
Wowed from the first time I saw them on Jools Holland. Wim Butler (not much in evidence on this track) has got a really great voice. Await their next album with interest. Can they maintain momentum?
go Canada!
Roverfish wrote:
Outstanding advice, Scott. Arcade Fire was one of the highlights of a fantastic Austin festival. Chris Martin, in the closing performance Sunday evening, said when he and the rest of Coldplay saw Arcade Fire perform, they all started thinking about "getting day jobs."
Actually, Martin said Arcade Fire was the inspiration for Coldplay to give it another go, instead of getting day jobs. Good vibes all around. It was a great day.
wheeeee! So hard to stay in my seat for this one!
Sounds a bit like Joe Strummer's "Johnny Appleseed".
Hearing a little Patti Smith in the female vocal. Nice tune.
ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Everything I've heard about Arcade Fire is that the album is great——their live show is fantastic. I wouldn't miss it.
Outstanding advice, Scott. Arcade Fire was one of the highlights of a fantastic Austin festival. Chris Martin, in the closing performance Sunday evening, said when he and the rest of Coldplay saw Arcade Fire perform, they all started thinking about "getting day jobs."
darthblav wrote:
did anyone see David Bowie cover one of their songs w/ the arcade fire as there backing band? it was on some fashion awards on NBC or something. i guess it was pretty cool. (click here)
They're doing a cover of 'Five Years' in their live shows at the moment
flandersdog wrote:
I saw Arcade Fire in concert a week or two ago...if they are coming to your town RUN do not walk to get your tickets. I think the show changed my life.
Was lucky enough to see them live at a festival in Ireland a few weeks ago. Genius and a bit unhinged ... as only the best music is ... brilliant show - they were the best thing at the Festival.
I saw Arcade Fire in concert a week or two ago...if they are coming to your town RUN do not walk to get your tickets. I think the show changed my life.
did anyone see David Bowie cover one of their songs w/ the arcade fire as there backing band? it was on some fashion awards on NBC or something. i guess it was pretty cool. (click here)
Roverfish wrote:
To be filed under "no shit!" but I won a local radio station contest today to take a friend to the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Quite the nice surprise! Hopefully, The Arcade Fire isn't competing with anyone I'm dying to see so I can check them out. Still a likeable tune. Edit: Aw, hell, they're up against Donna the Buffalo (eh) and Jason Mraz. Mr. A to Z wins. Speaking of which, why don't we hear him around here?
Everything I've heard about Arcade Fire is that the album is great——their live show is fantastic. I wouldn't miss it.
tony99 wrote:
I get to see them in early September, at Electric Picnic in Ireland, along with Nick Cave, Goldfrapp, Flaming Lips, Kraftwerk and others. Not quite your lineup, but not bad ...
To be filed under "no shit!" but I won a local radio station contest today to take a friend to the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Quite the nice surprise! Hopefully, The Arcade Fire isn't competing with anyone I'm dying to see so I can check them out. Still a likeable tune. Edit: Aw, hell, they're up against Donna the Buffalo (eh) and Jason Mraz. Mr. A to Z wins. Speaking of which, why don't we hear him around here?
great way to close out my work week, me likes
Roverfish wrote:
If you promise not to tell anyone, they're playing the Austin City Limits Music Festival in September. Shh! Don't tell everyone or they'll all be there. And definitely don't tell anyone who's going to be playing (Lyle Lovett, Oasis, Coldplay, Wilco, Death Cab for Cutie, Allman Bros, Doves, REK, Dirty Dozen BB, Keane, Leo Kottke, John Prine, among others). Oops! Damn. Excellent tune from a band I look forward to hearing play live in late September.....somewhere. :whistle:
I get to see them in early September, at Electric Picnic in Ireland, along with Nick Cave, Goldfrapp, Flaming Lips, Kraftwerk and others. Not quite your lineup, but not bad ... :D
:bounce:
GaryW wrote:
It is from an actual event in Canada, a fire at an arcade. From an interview: https://www.gothamist.com/archives/2004/11/10/the_arcade_fire_in.php "And finally, where does the name Arcade Fire originate? The first kid who beat me up when I was 12, was a high school kid who always used to talk about how the old arcade burned down and all these kids died...
Like the quote further on in the interview ... they were asked when they would know it was time to pack it in ... " ... when we collaborate with Sting" :lol:
If I had to choose the weakest track on a superb album, it would be this one, but, as they say, everything is relative
Roverfish wrote:
If you promise not to tell anyone, they're playing the Austin City Limits Music Festival in September. Shh! Don't tell everyone or they'll all be there. And definitely don't tell anyone who's going to be playing (Lyle Lovett, Oasis, Coldplay, Wilco, Death Cab for Cutie, Allman Bros, Doves, REK, Dirty Dozen BB, Keane, Leo Kottke, John Prine, among others). Oops! Damn. Excellent tune from a band I look forward to hearing play live in late September.....somewhere. :whistle:
Holy s*#!, what a lineup! Wish I could be there, but don't relish the struggle choosing between AF & A-Z who are performing at the same time (along with Donna the Buffalo who I discovered here on RP yesterday)
If you promise not to tell anyone, they're playing the Austin City Limits Music Festival in September. Shh! Don't tell everyone or they'll all be there. And definitely don't tell anyone who's going to be playing (Lyle Lovett, Oasis, Coldplay, Wilco, Death Cab for Cutie, Allman Bros, Doves, REK, Dirty Dozen BB, Keane, Leo Kottke, John Prine, among others). Oops! Damn. Excellent tune from a band I look forward to hearing play live in late September.....somewhere. :whistle:
Fat_Man_Flo wrote:
wicked wicked!!! powerout or backseat? side note: anyone know where they got the name from? What it means?
It is from an actual event in Canada, a fire at an arcade. From an interview: https://www.gothamist.com/archives/2004/11/10/the_arcade_fire_in.php "And finally, where does the name Arcade Fire originate? The first kid who beat me up when I was 12, was a high school kid who always used to talk about how the old arcade burned down and all these kids died...
wicked wicked!!! powerout or backseat? side note: anyone know where they got the name from? What it means?
phillips wrote:
i love arcade fire soooo much
Me too. Definitely my album of the year.
i love arcade fire soooo much
fortyonejb wrote:
I had to up my rating, this song is growing on me
Yeah, it's totally growing on me too!
fortyonejb wrote:
I had to up my rating, this song is growing on me
:nodhead:
RPsavedme wrote:
i'm liking this.
so am i. the lyrics are gorgeous and beautifully haunting. thanks GaryW...my American ears were straining to follow some of the lines. a snip from the band's website about this album -
The last year has been an eventful one for The Arcade Fire. In June 2003, Régine's grandmother Nancy died; in August, Win and Régine were married; in September, the Arcade Fire started recording their debut album. In March 2004, Win and Will's grandfather Alvino Rey died; Richard Parry's Aunt Betsy passed away in April; in May 2004 the Arcade Fire were signed to Merge Records, and completed their album. It having been something of a heavy hitting year, the band's minds were somewhat a-whirl. The deaths of Nancy , Alvino and Betsy brought to mind all the people they had loved who had died: they decided to call their newly completed album Funeral.
i listened to this album about 5 times. for some reason, i just really dont like it, and i honestly cant exactly pinpoint why. :stupid:
Lyrics: "haiti, man pays, wounded mother i'll never see ma famille set me free. throw my ashes into the sea. mes cousins janais nes hantent les nuits de duralier. rien n'arrete nos esprits. guns can't kill what soldiers can't see. in the forest we are hiding, unmarked graves where flowers grow. hear the soldiers angry yelling, in the river we will go. tous les morts-nes forment une armee soon we will reclaim the earth. all the tears and all the bodies bring about our second birth haiti, never free, n'ale pas peur des sonner l'alarme. tes enfants son partis, in those days their blood was still warm."
definitely one of my least favorite tracks on the album. still, not bad.
anyone got a spare ticket for the Toronto show next week?
Got to love how innocent these folks look. Tour in the US this summer? I hope so!!!
The Arcade Fire is a great band, and Haiti is probably one of my favorite songs on the album. Can't wait to hear their next release.
I had to up my rating, this song is growing on me
Just spoke with Will- Arcade Fire will be opening for David Byrne at the Hollywood Bowl in June. Very exciting news!
Someone rated this song a 1? What a waste, this song (and the rest of the album, as previously mentioned) really deserves at least a solid 8 or more. Goodness
Will Butler went on hiatus from my band for a few months to go record this album. We had no idea how huge it would become. Glad to hear it getting played on RP.
GaryW wrote:
flandersdog, I totally respect your opinion, but I think this song is an amazing mix of pop sensibility and sonic marvel...only these guys could pull it off. We can agree that this is one of the very few albums in the past 2-3 years, that gets better and better each listen. Each time I listen to it, I notice something new...a brilliant piece of art...and RP is the perfect place for it. Now if only RP was on Sirius - the world would be a better place (I refuse to mention XM because Clear Channel owns a piece of it).
by "lesser" I didn't mean that it's not a good song...actually, I've listened to the album a few more times since I wrote that post and I really think this is an album that is best appreciated in its entirety rather than the songs as individual tracks. I prefer listening to the album start to finish rather than in bits and pieces...it's a sonic adventure, of sorts. well put, GaryW, it is a brilliant piece of art!
This makes me feel so good.
can't wait to see them at coachella!
Cool song.... I'm liking it too :bounce:
i'm liking this.
this is in my opinion one of the lesser songs on the album and it's still damn good!
flandersdog, I totally respect your opinion, but I think this song is an amazing mix of pop sensibility and sonic marvel...only these guys could pull it off. We can agree that this is one of the very few albums in the past 2-3 years, that gets better and better each listen. Each time I listen to it, I notice something new...a brilliant piece of art...and RP is the perfect place for it. Now if only RP was on Sirius - the world would be a better place (I refuse to mention XM because Clear Channel owns a piece of it).
I believe that every song on this album could possibly deserve airplay on the fabulous RP.
darthblav wrote:
amazing song, each time i hear it is better and better. i could never get old of that album.
word. I listened to the entire CD while getting ready for work this morning. this is in my opinion one of the lesser songs on the album and it's still damn good!
amazing song, each time i hear it is better and better. i could never get old of that album.