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Brazilian Girls — Homme
Album: Brazilian Girls
Avg rating:
6

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Total ratings: 224









Released: 2005
Length: 5:18
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Donne, l'impression d'un petit bon homme
Si tes raisons sont bonnes, come on,
Prends ton temps et le mien,
Car j'y tiens. Prends, la vitesse d'un vrai hurragan
L'altitude de quelqu'un qui connaît son cœur
Car en somme, c’était fun.
J'ai plus peur, Homme,
Homme sauvage
Homme, Ta cage j'abandonne
Homme Ments, puisque savoir mentir c'est un don,
Donne moi un baiser sur le front puis ments,
Ments encore, mi corazon
Je te pardonne, Sents, Finalement le son de mes mots,
éphémère comme le temps,
T'a rattrapé,
Écouter aussi c'est un don,
Et comprendre Homme
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there debut album is my favorite, consistently funky flavours with extra spice, the track corner shop very good
Helchat wrote:
That must be the gal in the white plastic bag on the album cover... This is a cool song...
Yep, that is definetly her on the cover...
well, I guess every good set has it's end.
I have this song on the Wax Poetic album NuBlu Sessions, which is a favorite of mine.
Proof that singing in a foreign language does not a good song automatically make.
Mari wrote:
Hey, we've arrived: Summer is here, so, howz this kinda music now?
:sunny:
jah_blessed wrote:
The weather's too cold over here right now for this kinda music. Play it again in the summer.
Hey, you've arrived: Summer is here, so, howz this kinda music now?
Yeah, kick-ass bass. The ending is too drawn-out, though.
This song is going to be #1 when I finally make my mix of "Songs that made you buy an album that isn't actually very good" Love this song, rest of the album sucks.
coentje wrote:
Can't believe the average rating is only 5.7 I guess there are some cold frogs voting out there that badly need defrosting. :cheers:
Agree - glad my rating could help 'up' it a bit...c'mon people! :cheers:
Must be the accent and voice, guess I'm a sucker, I like it (and yes to matt below, the cover does scream bargin bin)
Loving it, sending it to "Respect" then "Keep Yourself Alive", can't wait to see where this song pops up next.
yes that bass line in the end would go perfect for a cake song good observation
The song's okay. But doesn't that album cover just scream "bargain bin"? -mt-
Their singing about men right?
scottskimz wrote:
Just saw these guys at SXSW... absolutely amazing! Sabina is a goddess. :biggrin:
That must be the gal in the white plastic bag on the album cover... This is a cool song...
TobalMoreno wrote:
killer segue` from Hooverphonic.
Yep - Hooverphonic got 8 and this a 9!!!!! :sunny:
Groovy bass solo!
killer segue` from Hooverphonic.
Can't believe the average rating is only 5.7 I guess there are some cold frogs voting out there that badly need defrosting. :cheers:
Just saw these guys at SXSW... absolutely amazing! Sabina is a goddess. :biggrin:
hey waita-minit that wasn't porchageese that was french talk
Pipes wrote:
C'est feces! :grumpy:
That would be "C'est merde!"
The weather's too cold over here right now for this kinda music. Play it again in the summer.
stop it! :stop:
Danny_G wrote:
Last Played: Never WTF? :eh:
Yeah, that's pretty weird.
Last Played: Never WTF? :eh:
squidish wrote:
C'est bon :daisy:
Oui, c'est tres bon. And that about exhausts my French vocabulary......
C'est feces! :grumpy:
:cool:
C'est bon :daisy:
GROSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!! :puke: :puke: :stop: Please stop it I can't take anymore.
Lovin the groove.
i love her voice. this album is really fun.
ploafmaster wrote:
That bass line late in the song begs to be transitioned into a Cake song...
Sweet groove!
That bass line late in the song begs to be transitioned into a Cake song...
mamma like
mafe wrote:
Funny thing is that they are supposedly Brazilian, but sing in French. :zip-lip:
They're not supposedly Brazilian. They're from Italy, Argentina, California, and Kansas, and met in NYC. They sing in English, French, Italian, Spanish, and German. No Portuguese. Yet, at least. Apparently they chose their name for the attraction value on advertising fliers and such... 88.9 WERS wrote:
Didi Gutman: Not something I chose. Not my idea. We were playing at Nublu and there was this Brazilian party, and the Brazilian party was off the hook, it was banging. And there were all these Brazilian girls there, so we were like, ‘Let's call ourselves Brazilian Girls.'
Be careful if you search for pictures of them :eek:
mafe wrote:
... Most "Brazilian" stuff comes from France... ...
:ask:
mafe wrote:
Funny thing is that they are supposedly Brazilian, but sing in French. :zip-lip: Most "Brazilian" stuff comes from France... Want some real Brazilian Girl? Go listen to Elis Regina. If she is not too "ethnic", check out Daniela Mercury.
The AMG entry for Brazilian Girls wrote:
...despite their name, no one in the band is Brazilian. The sexy/quirky/mysterious Brazilian Girls are three men -- Didi Gutman on keyboards and computers, Jesse Murphy on bass, and Aaron Johnston on drums -- and one woman, Sabina Sciubba, the vocalist who often enjoys wearing lacy eye masks on-stage and sings in no less than five different languages.
this song is doing cool things in my speakers!
Zweiblumen wrote:
Love this song, bought the disc as a result, hoping for more similar stuff. The rest is very forgettable.
you've got to be kidding me, this CD rocks! it's in my car as my chill out drive home licks, and i get home just to sit in my car and groove out to it.
drekar wrote:
OK, this is just cool. Makes me want to *gasp* become bilingual.
Funny thing is that they are supposedly Brazilian, but sing in French. :zip-lip: Most "Brazilian" stuff comes from France... Want some real Brazilian Girls? Go listen to Elis Regina. If she is not too "ethnic", check out Daniela Mercury.
Ummm. Ummm. Ummm.
Crazy...I have this song on Wax Poetic's album "The Nublu Sessions"...same singer, the music is just a little different! That's an awesome album, by the way.
????? First listen isn't doing a THING for me...But I'm intrigued by the album cover. I'm ready for another song that makes me :eh: happy. We're in a weird loop right now...
I agree with jamc and Rolf. And if I had wanted to be put to sleep, I would have asked for it. This last set has not been overcome by several cups of coffee, so I really must leave now for something more matitudinal.
This song never ends! Awful! :frustrated:
Everytime this band comes on, I think of that blonde joke with the punchline, "How many is a Brazilian?"
Love this song, bought the disc as a result, hoping for more similar stuff. The rest is very forgettable.
SEXY!
OK, this is just cool. Makes me want to *gasp* become bilingual.
I don't need that song. I hope Bill will play it not so frequently.
One of the slightly more "normal" tracks on this cd. This bunch is just a little bit weird...not as weird as, say, The Residents, but strange, in their own world.
Wax Poetic does a remix of this song on there album "Nu Blu Sessions".If you like this version,you would probably like the remix as well.
brokemusician wrote:
Holy Baguette! Le Fromage!
very Fromage.
Holy Baguette! Le Fromage!