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The National — Daughters of the Soho Riots
Album: Alligator
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Total ratings: 120









Released: 2005
Length: 3:54
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Great song.  I don't care what any of you naysayers think!
Is Leonard Cohen back?...Please Kottke has a better voice :dance: :clap: ...It's definitely from his genre.
I just bought some brie that tasted a lot different than I expected. Very bitter. Unlike this song.
This song smells like old cheese.
daedalus wrote:
Finally a voice that sounds even more like 'geese farts on a muggy day' than Leo Kottkes.
Heehee...I don't know Leo Kottke's voice well enough to agree or not. But that was just damned funny.
I bought this album by accident (wanted Grand National) but I like it alot.
ploafmaster wrote:
Nope...no, still think it's funny. But now I'm marvelling at how you seem to know how and what I think. You must be the psychicgenius.
now,now
Can't believe no one mentioned the Lloyd Cole and the Commotions (c. Rattlesnakes) feel to this...
gradys_kitchen wrote:
More National. Heed my request.
Bring the National unto us. It is right and meet so to do.
veegez wrote:
And by "funniest", you mean "kind of funny", and by "in a long time", you mean in the last 5 or 10 minutes. I hope. or, Ploafmaster thought bubble: "Look at me. I can disagree with some smart-ass negative comment about a song I like and I'm still open-minded enough to laugh at it! Dagnabbit, I have to give myself a 10." :)
Nope...no, still think it's funny. But now I'm marvelling at how you seem to know how and what I think. You must be the psychicgenius.
ploafmaster wrote:
You know, even though I disagree, this is one of the funniest comments I've read in a long time.
And by "funniest", you mean "kind of funny", and by "in a long time", you mean in the last 5 or 10 minutes. I hope. or, Ploafmaster thought bubble: "Look at me. I can disagree with some smart-ass negative comment about a song I like and I'm still open-minded enough to laugh at it! Dagnabbit, I have to give myself a 10." :)
Finally a voice that sounds even more like 'geese farts on a muggy day' than Leo Kottkes.
Is he singing? Or just mumbling listlessly? :ask:
More National. Heed my request.
physicsgenius wrote:
Kick-ass singing and by "kick" I mean "sounds like".
You know, even though I disagree, this is one of the funniest comments I've read in a long time.
Ahhh!! Crocky want chew heem arms off...he no more worry about breakin' deem.
:cool:
Kick-ass singing and by "kick" I mean "sounds like".
It's a great album... if you love this kind of voice like I do. Worthwhile lyrics.
I uploaded Abel and it got Sorried, so I guess you're right. It is a damn cool song though. I do like this one quite a bit too. Gribnif wrote:
Not their best song. I'd really like to hear "Abel" here on RP, but I suspect it's a little too loud (which is suprising, given this song).
this song just seems to get going a little too late. hope i hear something else from them though seems as if it might have promise.
Reflective, deliciously sexy singing from an otherwise unremarkable voice. A lullaby in sound, but for the topics: "How can anybody know how they got to be this way?" "Break my arms around my love"
maLeFunKtion wrote:
Quite pleasant. Nothing special, but somewhat pleasant nonetheless. :yes:
Agreed, would be good background music.
Quite pleasant. Nothing special, but somewhat pleasant nonetheless. :yes:
Interesting lyrics sung in a very boring way, if you can call it singing.
Not their best song. I'd really like to hear "Abel" here on RP, but I suspect it's a little too loud (which is suprising, given this song).
More creative than the last song but not that great. Good music, needs better lyrics. Faster Tempo! :crashcomp: