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Cloud Cult — Everybody Here Is A Cloud
Album: Feel Good Ghosts
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Total ratings: 241









Released: 2008
Length: 3:13
Plays (last 30 days): 0
And everybody here is a cloud
And everybody here will evaporate this
You came up off the ground
From a million little pieces
Have you found where your place is?

Have you found where your place is?
Have you found where your place is?

You've been spending your time
Thinkin' about why you think so much
If there ever was a time
Now would be the time to see
that your time here is limited

Everybody here is a crowd
We all walk around with a million faces
Somebody turn the lights out
There's so much more to see
In our darkest places

In our darkest places
In our darkest places

It's certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly so!
It's so! So! So! So!
It's certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly, certainly so!
It's so! So! So! So!

And everybody here is a cloud
And everybody here will evaporate this
You came up off the ground
From a million little pieces
Have you found where your place is?

Everybody here is waiting for the next creation
They say "Go, go, go, go!"
Everybody here is waiting for the next creation
They say "Go, go, go, go!"

Everybody here is a crowd
We each walk around with a million faces
You came up off the ground
From a million little pieces
Have you found where your place is?

Have you found where your place is?
Have you found where your place is?
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i quite like it.!! some kings of convenience, some sparks, some silversun pickups and a dash of ... er ... Buddy Holly and Paul McCartneys frog chorus.
One of the rare moments of near consensus against a piece. Even though I've heard other fine cuts by Cloud Cult, I must say I concur with everyone on this one. Noise.  
Thay should do something about that cough!
{#Puke}
 chyk5 wrote:
Damn Bill. I was just going to type a congrats on 7 excellent songs in a row, and ask what you were smoking so I could get some. Then you play this! All good things must come to an end...

 

It gives me no pleasure to write it, but this band provides one of the (thankfully) rare incentives for me to turn off Radio Paradise.  This station has exposed me to Porcupine Tree, Kings of Leon, and others where repeated listens eventually made me a convert.  But this crew is just wretched, and becomes even less appealing with time.  

Damn Bill. I was just going to type a congrats on 7 excellent songs in a row, and ask what you were smoking so I could get some. Then you play this! All good things must come to an end...

I never give 1's, but this is the most godawful piece of crap I've heard in a long time on RP.
these guys need to be stopped.
This is a mockery of real music.  {#Puke}
RadioDoc wrote:
Still bad two months later.

And it shall ever be so.

Still bad two months later.
meh.
Funky and offbeat in a really good way, I love it!
This sounds like something that The Dude's landlord might dance to...    
{#Puke}
Too polyphonically spree'ed.
This sounds like a reject from "Godspell 2 Ecclesiastic Boogaloo" or something
Time to switch stations.
Why? why play this song over and over, every single day? 
each of my office mates just looked up at me quizzically. I had to hit mute. This is an awful song.
 
 kaybee wrote:
Too funny Kaybee. I agree with you. I am sitting here wondering why or how you got your message out so quickly. Is it me? Am I experiencing dial-up moments? We are not listening to the same music at the same time? I am on the 192 m3u. Hmmm

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I don't like this song at all but I'm giving it a 6 just to upgrade the rating.  While I personally don't care for this album and find their songs rather irritating, I respect and appreciate what the artists are trying to convey (the ephemerality of life, the need to grieve, etc).  I don't want music too "challenging" for some RP listeners to be removed from the RP playlist just because they rated it "sucko-barfo".  I am grateful to Bill and Rebecca for Radio Paradise.  Thank Gods we are able to listen to so much wonderful horizon-expanding music.  Tuning in every day at work is like entering an enthralling garden of earthly delights.  I don't know how I could have gone on so long without this station. 

So what if now and again, I have to turn down the volume on so-called "crap" like the Kings of Leon, Cloud Cult & Queen, I will do so, gladly realizing that other RP listeners get as much enjoyment from hearing these groups as I do from old friends such as the Beatles, Jethro Tull, Kate Bush and the Cure.  Here, I'vebeen blown away by great talents that I've heard nowhere else such as Neko Case, Iron and Wine and Porcupine Tree and been introduced to great songs I'd never heard before from favourites like Led Zep, the Who and Talk Talk, to name just a few.  Honestly, Amazon should pay Bill and Rebecca a hefty retainer for all the stuff the listeners here must buy.  Please RP, keep on doing just what you've been doing!  I for one don't want you to change for anything! {#Notworthy} {#Notworthy} {#Notworthy} 

Having said all the above: Bill, could you please not play any more Radiohead songs of Thom Yorke trying to sing falsetto?  {#Biggrin}





 


I don't like this song at all but I'm giving it a 6 just to upgrade the rating.  While I personally don't care for this album and find their songs rather irritating, I respect and appreciate what the artists are trying to convey (the ephemerality of life, the need to grieve, etc).  I don't want music too "challenging" for some RP listeners to be removed from the RP playlist just because they rated it "sucko-barfo".  I am grateful to Bill and Rebecca for Radio Paradise.  Thank Gods we are able to listen to so much wonderful horizon-expanding music.  Tuning in every day at work is like entering an enthralling garden of earthly delights.  I don't know how I could have gone on so long without this station. 

So what if now and again, I have to turn down the volume on so-called "crap" like the Kings of Leon, Cloud Cult & Queen, I will do so, gladly realizing that other RP listeners get as much enjoyment from hearing these groups as I do from old friends such as the Beatles, Jethro Tull, Kate Bush and the Cure.  Here, I'vebeen blown away by great talents that I've heard nowhere else such as Neko Case, Iron and Wine and Porcupine Tree and been introduced to great songs I'd never heard before from favourites like Led Zep, the Who and Talk Talk, to name just a few.  Honestly, Amazon should pay Bill and Rebecca a hefty retainer for all the stuff the listeners here must buy.  Please RP, keep on doing just what you've been doing!  I for one don't want you to change for anything! {#Notworthy} {#Notworthy} {#Notworthy} 

Having said all the above: Bill, could you please not play any more Radiohead songs of Thom Yorke trying to sing falsetto?  {#Biggrin}



I was trapped in the shower during this song and couldn't get to the mute button

Really not down my very broad alley...hope it goes away
MusicRookie wrote:
I liked it Bill.....


me to.... Its fluffy.

Ripping RP stream was great but this sh*t ruined it!

*Shutting down Streamripper*



 Excelsior wrote:
Wow, we just heard this crap less than 20 hours ago. 

Yes, enough already.  Seriously. 


Wow, we just heard this crap less than 20 hours ago. 
I don't really like this song and it appears to have no end. {#Cry}
This is terrible. 
Thbbbt!
I like it. OK, let the flaming begin...
Droidac wrote:
Geez, do you forget the reason you're here in the first place? It's to hear new bands and new sounds! If you want the same old crap with the same old musical style, don't come here! I really like this. It is not "different for the sake of being different". It's different because the band members have different influences and backgrounds, and this is the way that they show their creativity. I was just looking thtough your song comments, Excelsior. Do you like ANYTHING here?
You can fool some of the people all the time.
Excelsior wrote:
A good example of "different for the sake of different." No attempt at an actual song, just trying to capture attention by virtue of being weird. No thanks. :snooty: 1.
Geez, do you forget the reason you're here in the first place? It's to hear new bands and new sounds! If you want the same old crap with the same old musical style, don't come here! I really like this. It is not "different for the sake of being different". It's different because the band members have different influences and backgrounds, and this is the way that they show their creativity. I was just looking thtough your song comments, Excelsior. Do you like ANYTHING here?
k_trout wrote:
shades of New Pornographers :cowboy:
Yep, thot it was NPs. Hmmm... new band to look at!
MusicRookie wrote:
I liked it Bill.....
Me too... :good-vibes:
shades of New Pornographers :cowboy:
I think I get it now. It's the day they handed out the hand percussion instruments in the psych ward.
I liked it Bill.....
Hate it. Annoyed me enough to get me to log in and say so. Yuck.
Excelsior wrote:
A good example of "different for the sake of different." No attempt at an actual song, just trying to capture attention by virtue of being weird. No thanks. :snooty: 1.
Very well said.
cjonescu wrote:
OMG! Please stop playing this song!...I think they're trying to brainwash us with their annoying percussion into thinking we are clouds so we'll all go jump off of buildings. I think I will if I have to hear this one more time! :puke:
Annoying percussion? The beat of a different drummer to me. I like it quite a bit. It is a bit unusual, a bit different. This band is very concerned about how their albums are distributed and their impact on the environment, but they don't preach about it in their music. Thanks for playing this Bill. :sunny:
OMG! Please stop playing this song!...I think they're trying to brainwash us with their annoying percussion into thinking we are clouds so we'll all go jump off of buildings. I think I will if I have to hear this one more time! :puke:
venus_df wrote:
there should be a rule that bands can't use any of the words from the name of their band in their songs. Snow Patrol can't sing that song about snow, Big Country can't sing that song about big countries, and Cloud Cult shouldn't be allowed to sing about clouds. it's like Paris Hilton being photographed wearing a Paris t-shirt. it's just tacky.
Ha! Yeah. But what about Talk-Talk?
Too self-conscious for my tastes, I'm afraid. Particularly that sort of barking refrain.
This has a lot of the same elements that make The Arcade Fire so cool. I like this a lot!
there should be a rule that bands can't use any of the words from the name of their band in their songs. Snow Patrol can't sing that song about snow, Big Country can't sing that song about big countries, and Cloud Cult shouldn't be allowed to sing about clouds. it's like Paris Hilton being photographed wearing a Paris t-shirt. it's just tacky.
A good example of "different for the sake of different." No attempt at an actual song, just trying to capture attention by virtue of being weird. No thanks. :snooty: 1.
paraclete wrote:
Yuck
This is hilarious - I literally logged on just so that I could post the single word "yuck." That's the honest to God truth! :eek:
fredriley wrote:
Interesting and different, and it certainly grabs your attention. The instrumentals remind me a bit of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra. 7 from the Nottingham jury.
I'm with Fred on this one - again. (Hi Fred!) I was excited enough to 8 it though.
Yuck
Yech. Color me stupid, I just do not understand this one ... :sorry:
auburntigerrich wrote:
Borderline bizarro. Points for intriguing album art, and creative percussion... just too over the top.
I'm with you on this one. Too wacko for me. Music CAN be fun, yes. But stupid?
Catching some sweet Arcade Fire vibes, here.
bizon wrote:
I'm quite enjoying this.
Interesting and different, and it certainly grabs your attention. The instrumentals remind me a bit of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra. 7 from the Nottingham jury.
Like this one a lot!
Borderline bizarro. Points for intriguing album art, and creative percussion... just too over the top.
Ericac wrote:
Or Minnesota on May 25th. Just a little too recent.
Coincidentally, Cloud Cult is a Minnesota band.
Sorry, I am just not that "happy" :lol: Second play 5/29...I had to turn it off.
boober wrote:
Looks like oklahoma and Kansas in May.
Or Minnesota on May 25th. Just a little too recent.
Pretty neat
meh. not liking this any better than what i heard the other day from this band.
Looks like oklahoma and Kansas in May.
I'm quite enjoying this.
Wow, I like this. Nice cover art too.