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Hooverphonic — Eden
Album: Blue Wonder Power Milk
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7.6

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Total ratings: 670









Released: 1998
Length: 3:29
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Did you ever think of me
As your best friend

Did I ever think of you
I'm not complaining

I never tried to feel
I never tried to feel this vibration
I never tried to reach
I never tried to reach your eden

Did I ever think of you
As my enemy

Did you ever think of me
I'm complaining

I never tried to feel
I never tried to feel this vibration
I never tried to reach
I never tried to reach your eden
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Great song, great band !!

               
Long Live                                                                                                                 Radio Paradise
My rating                                                                 7                                        ONLY   
The intro reminds me of this:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdnL7tbxzVU
A beautiful song. I was pleasantly surprised by their "Hooverphonic with Orchestra" session. Worth checking out. In video - the visual appearance is amazing.
 {#Yes}Yes..eddyrixhon wrote:
very nice Belgian band ! thanks for this good music !
 

 


very nice Belgian band ! thanks for this good music !
 
I just love it when RP plays a track from an album I have not played in ages. . . and it makes me go and re-find and re-play it.

Thank you. 9. 
I really want to buy this album, but can't find it anywhere, aside from importing it for some astronomical cost.
Such a great song and awesomely unique band! Love it!  BTW, if you like this, a MUST buy is their album "New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular" - incredible album. This album is also very good but doesn't touch the other.
Before RP, I knew nothing of Hoverphonic and many others. It's hard to imagine life without them now! I feel blessed!
 terrapin52 wrote:
This song doesn't have a melody or anything.  It's basically just slop.  
 
You must be applying some alternative definition of the word "melody"; there's a very distinct melody throughout this song, and it is far from sloppy.
+1 Innocent 
shashaicats wrote:
I like Sarah Brightman's version better...
 


Snap!
I like Sarah Brightman's version better...
...tangle me up in that blue danger you call love...
This song doesn't have a melody or anything.  It's basically just slop.  
Same playlist today too!

 
michaele wrote:

 
Sloggydog wrote:
Well i wondered what would come after the beatles here comes the sun and how it would fair and now i know...not well !  Not much was gonna stack up...way to take one for the team hooverphonic 
 
Same playlist today
 



 
Sloggydog wrote:
Well i wondered what would come after the beatles here comes the sun and how it would fair and now i know...not well !  Not much was gonna stack up...way to take one for the team hooverphonic 
 
Same playlist today


Lovely. Must find more Hooverphonic
Geike Arnaert is by far the most captivating singer Hooverphonic ever had.  Too bad she quit.
check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-p4l6lC-a8

the singer "Geike Arnaert"

 
-Cor- wrote:

Nope, one of the band members.

They were great live; their album 'Sit Down and Listen to' is a great example. I believe the singer left and they never really recovered from that though.
 


Love this set today! Not many people around!?
 Mugro wrote:
Is Moby singing in this song? I hear someone in the background with a flat, boring voice.
 
Nope, one of the band members.

They were great live; their album 'Sit Down and Listen to' is a great example. I believe the singer left and they never really recovered from that though.

 peter_james_bond wrote:
{#Yell}Blue Wonder Powder Milk is People!!!!
 


Nice
 peter_james_bond wrote:
{#Yell}Blue Wonder Powder Milk is People!!!!
 
sounds like something you might get at the Korova Milk Bar

{#Yell}Blue Wonder Powder Milk is People!!!!
Well i wondered what would come after the beatles here comes the sun and how it would fair and now i know...not well !  Not much was gonna stack up...way to take one for the team hooverphonic 
{#Sunny}{#Cool}
I like this for personal reasons.  It was one of my daughter's favorite songs for a while.
Their Blue Milk Turned.. . . :puke:
Ha! Ha! Ha! very funny. I think it's at least a 7. pweverka wrote:
They call them Hooverphonic because they suck any interest you have in listening away. :no:
Sublime, thought I had better say something as you have all been a bit quiet over this track of late.
Shesdifferent wrote:
Second listen....and while I am partial to this song, this version is a little flat to me. If your going to play this...then play Sarah Brightman's original version-its much better.
RadiantRadish wrote:
Uhm this is the original version.
:lol: Yep. This is the original version. ;)
apd wrote:
the horns give it a David Sylvian feel - a sample, perhaps?
Steven_G wrote:
I thought... cool, Sarah Brightman. But wait, she didn't have a trumpet playing like that.
At first I thought... "sounds like Jon Hassell!" (occasional trumpet player for David Sylvian). Does anyone know if that is him? Very nice groove. I'll need to investigate. Thanks, RP!
They call them Hooverphonic because they suck any interest you have in listening away. :no:
Yeah, nice groove...very ethereal string arrangements...:bounce: I love this group!
:cool:
Cool groove. Love the horns and strings. Perfect for a lazy Monday evening.
I thought... cool, Sarah Brightman. But wait, she didn't have a trumpet playing like that. Then I clicked on Playlist to find that this version is by Hooverphonc! I don't care which came first - I really like Sarah and Hooverphonic so I like both versions of this piece. It's all good!!!
Shesdifferent wrote:
Second listen....and while I am partial to this song, this version is a little flat to me. If your going to play this...then play Sarah Brightman's original version-its much better.
Uhm this is the original version.
Is Moby singing in this song? I hear someone in the background with a flat, boring voice.
Second listen....and while I am partial to this song, this version is a little flat to me. If your going to play this...then play Sarah Brightman's original version-its much better.
the horns give it a David Sylvian feel - a sample, perhaps?
The horns and strings are great! Woo!
I discovered Hooverphonic through RP, and it's always good to hear their music. I highly recommend the oddly named album from which this track is taken. And yes, I've heard the Sara Brightman version of Eden as well, but while I do like it, personally I prefer the Hooverphonic version.
Being use to the Sara Brightman version...which I love, I had to listen to this for a minute. Not sure at the moment...although good to hear something that HASN'T been played yet. Check back with me next rotation round.