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Doves — 10-03
Album: Kingdom Of Rust
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Released: 2009
Length: 4:03
Plays (last 30 days): 0
10:03
On a fast train
A trick of light
Crossing my eyes
The sky went blank
Calling out your name

Calling out your name

Like the last
Of those fires
You shall burn, into the night

Like a moth,
To the flame
I will turn back again, I'm coming home

Calling out your name

All I've ever known

Distant call
Down the way
Distant train, on the line

I return
To your sign
With the push and the pull of your time

It's all I've ever known

Calling out your name

All I've come along......

Lord, I'm coming home

10:03
On the fast train
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Doves are awesome both live and in the studio - one of my top 50 bands of all time. . . 
 

IMO this group is too mundane to continue to create more music. Heard one Doves tune, yep, you've heard em all.{#Yes}


 fredriley wrote:

Or even 4' 33" by John Cage? ;)

It might interest listeners to know that a cover of Cage's composition (yes, really), is being pushed by a social networking campaign called Cage Against the Machine as a Xmas No. 1 in the UK, mainly to prevent yet another X Factor karaoke number getting to number one and sticking one up that smarmy b@stard Simon Cowell's @rse. I just thought youse would all want to know that :o)
 
I had to laugh out loud when I read your phrase, ". . . smarmy b@stard Simon Cowell's @rse."  

In our house, "Simon Cowell" is the epithet which requires vowel redaction.  In the words of my dearly departed Father: "There's something about that man that just chaps my ass." 

 

7 → 8 {#Wink}

Nice to hear something besides Kingdom of Rust.  7


This is the one song on the album that I skip. . .and somehow it made it onto RP? What am I missing here. . .
 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
"8:05" by Moby Grape could be a good follow up after this one.
And "5:15" by The Who.

 
Or even 4' 33" by John Cage? ;)

It might interest listeners to know that a cover of Cage's composition (yes, really), is being pushed by a social networking campaign called Cage Against the Machine as a Xmas No. 1 in the UK, mainly to prevent yet another X Factor karaoke number getting to number one and sticking one up that smarmy b@stard Simon Cowell's @rse. I just thought youse would all want to know that :o)

"8:05" by Moby Grape could be a good follow up after this one.
And "5:15" by The Who.

It is a most excellent CD.  I highly recommend it and am glad to see RP playing an increasingly large selection of songs from this CD.