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Cult With No Name — You Know Me Better Than I Know Myself
Album: Careful What You Wish For
Avg rating:
7.5

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Total ratings: 2559









Released: 2009
Length: 3:17
Plays (last 30 days): 3
(instrumental)
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 Rockit9 wrote:



Let's give a hand to all the effort throughout the world involved in finding a vaccine for this virus.



And a bigger hand for those who accepted the science and "got the shot(s)".
Too screechy and sad for my Saturday afternoon.  Switching off RP for a little while to preserve the vibe I had going.
I know, it isn't Rock ‘n Roll,
but I like it.
Playing informed by intelligence and feeling.  Thank you.
 tonyinnj wrote:




Lessium is far more stable and it comes with perks
wonderful to hear at 0540 on a mild, humid, foggy NH December morning... when hoping and praying that 2022 is a new and improved New Year for all
This is such a moving and fantastic song. I get a TMC 'Filigree and Shadow' vibe from this.
slides right in after Black Sabbath's Planet Caravan....well done, BillG
 Ouachita wrote:


Have you tried using unobtainium?
It's available from the Acme catalog. Mail for one or just borrow Wily
Coyote's...;-)
Tony in NJ
W.A.S.T.E.


This is so good, big feel, a one OFF.
A very eclectic band, spanning from IDM to neo-classic, from deep house to electropop. Love them.
Simply gorgeous... love me some strings
Please keep playing these gorgeous, moving masterpieces, RP.  
Not to be mixed with Clod Cult, which I did for a few times, based on similar name. 
 gut6string wrote:


Found em!  Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum's Great Reset, UN Agenda 21, 30, 50 are real, not conspiracy theories,  Look em up.  The "vaccines" aren't vaccines, they're experimental gene therapy.  Do your research, be free, be brave, reject the fear.



You blew it man. Now that you've posted "they" know who you are and where you are.
The violin tone reminds me of the difference between Dave Swarbrick and Rick Sanders. I like the former, and not the latter. However, I do like Curved Air. There is something in this piece/arrangement that doesn't seem to meld contentedly.
that's alot of compression on the piano
 Rockit9 wrote:



Let's give a hand to all the effort throughout the world involved in finding a vaccine for this virus.

 

Found em!  Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum's Great Reset, UN Agenda 21, 30, 50 are real, not conspiracy theories,  Look em up.  The "vaccines" aren't vaccines, they're experimental gene therapy.  Do your research, be free, be brave, reject the fear.
Cuts through the crap in our lives at the moment  like a laser through butter and you have 3 minutes and 17 seconds of serenity! More power to RP saving us in the Covid infected times and RP is a ray of sunshine piercing the gloom.
 uksminas wrote:
 
I want to see the full dance...
so relaxes me
 chuck.b.meyers wrote:
Great piece
 
Bringing me Great Peace
 modernrelics wrote:
I like this a lot, it reminds me of some of the Eno/Budd collaborations. This is great on a day like today. Misty, cold, a little gloomy. I don't mean that in a bad way, it reflected my mood perfectly.
 
This piece sounds a lot like Brian Eno's classic "Ambient 1/Music for Airports". 
 Chwkbud wrote:
Introspective tune...seems so appropriate for our current situation worldwide, facing a pandemic.
 


Let's give a hand to all the effort throughout the world involved in finding a vaccine for this virus.

"a musical duo...."  You got to be kidding.
SEMPLICEMENTE FANTASTICA QUESTA MUSICA! SUPER SUPER BELLA OVVIO PER ME
As beautiful as this piece is...it's an energy killer. Happens every single time. This time, it was a Steely Dan song, which preceded it, and was feeling a groove and then CWNN comes in and slams on the brakes. I truly appreciate and like this song, but talk about coming to a screeching halt. Gah.
Introspective tune...seems so appropriate for our current situation worldwide, facing a pandemic.
This is, like it or not, the greatest prog album ever. Yes is the greatest prog band (close tie with Crimson and ELP and PFM). And for those of us who were in our teens when it was released, this is about as close to a religious and transcendent experience as folks could put on vinyl.
Was wondering how a segue from Close to the Edge would work... now I know. Once again, well played segue master, well played.
 Ouachita wrote:


Have you tried using unobtainium?
 

Why yes, but it became unobtainable, and ruined the whole thing.
 Proclivities wrote:

the dr
 

Have you tried using unobtainium?
Great piece
Just really, really like it...
 ritajohnson wrote:
Lyrics are posted but I heard only an instrumental track -- lovely & soulful. 
 
Hmmmm.  Good observation.  Identified similarly in Wikipedia's entry for Cult with No Name:

"The band's second album, Careful What You Wish For, was released a year later and included the instrumental track "You Know Me Better Than I Know Myself", which featured Tuxedomoon's Blaine L. Reininger on violin, ... "

(emphasis mine)
 DaidyBoy wrote:
Screechy "Send In The Clowns", to my ears.  Don't like it, especially on my crappy pc speakers.
 
Sounds like a personal (computer) problem!  I rated this one a 9 somewhere along the line, now I'm not sure if 8 is more appropriate, although the 'lyrics' listed are cool, I didn't hear anything sung on this song, so I'm a bit confused....at least it was a great intro to Tull's Locomotive Breath...Long Live RP!!
To me, this song is a beautiful and long intro to an another song...
And Bill always find a good transition to this one :)
this song makes me sad
Posted 1 year ago by :
So sweet for a slow 6:30am Sunday Connecticut morning rise !
:o)••

Odd, I tried to reply and it was blank... and without a name. I had a friend from CT that I drove from RP. Sorry emilia if this is you 
Lyrics are posted but I heard only an instrumental track -- lovely & soulful. 
THIS song has feeling & belonging. 8
This doesn't remind of anything. It's alright in it's own right. Shipp, Copenhagen Denmt








Sublime.............9               (:o)~        Naugatuck,Connecticut 
 

     
                    



       
 
It reminds me of a French Canadian band from the 70's called Canoe. Let the jokes begin but they had a couple of lovely albums.
8 => 9 {#Meditate}
slowly going down..
 
Like a nice, cool drink of water in the sunshine, on this hot day in Albuquerque. I approve. {#Yes}
Lovely song.

(I have a Bose Color Soundlink so it don't sound scratchy.) 
 DaidyBoy wrote:
Screechy "Send In The Clowns", to my ears.  Don't like it, especially on my crappy pc speakers.

 
lol @ that
NOOOOO not the screechy violin song again!  Back to Dynamic Range Radio for awhile.
Screechy "Send In The Clowns", to my ears.  Don't like it, especially on my crappy pc speakers.
Is good
 
I have not rated this, I always go by the majority rules,  and all the haters here and negative folks, you lose,  it is liked by the majority, use the PSD and move on! 
This song is for me a big nice intro for the next one, which is often different
Waiting for the surprise coming...
Sounds like an unfinished demo. The violin noodling is particularly annoying.
 TEG wrote:
Same as blue-ice... Elevator background music... not for RP
 
I guess that's why it has a 7.5 rating here (above average)? 
Same as blue-ice... Elevator background music... not for RP
 yes 
Manela wrote:
sensitive and precious 
 


sensitive and precious 
Come on, enough already!  This is way too slow for RP. Not eclectic but elevator music. I vote to remove this song, forever from the playlist.
A most welcome blast from the past. Thank you RP!
One day, I love the song & music.

Another day, the cynic steps forward and says "If Only."  

Another day, the Wounded One says "Why-?" and watches the rain keep falling.

                                     

                                        

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What a lullaby... Goodnight! {#Laughing}
Wonderfull
Makes me feel good 
{#Meditate}
 janac13 wrote:


Don't worry a couple of spark plugs for a Perkins diesel should fix it.. 
And on another note this is very nice. 
 
....yep the Perkins sparkies will do the trick
 marcc wrote:
i love this more every time i hear it. most beautiful music.

 
...same, its beautiful....
 scott_bruce wrote:
The strings in the beginning of this song sound a bit flat on my sound system. I think the Brigg's defromulator for the pre-amp in my Transcodifile module is out of calibration....

 
the dr
Feeling a bit blue about Robin Williams. This song aint helping... Or maybe it is helping. Who knows. 
 TerryS wrote:

I suggest you stop watching Game of Thrones

 
Keep calm and demand trial by combat.
The violin is perfection.
             This is a nice sound on a Sunday evening while up late doing work that's due tomorrow....thanks RP

                                                                                {#Music}
 LizK wrote:
Bad week, built  this wall to hold off the bad peop0le. And then here is this.

 
I suggest you stop watching Game of Thrones
Bad week, built  this wall to hold off the bad peop0le. And then here is this.
yawn......
 unclehud wrote:

Especially touching this morning, as the first snow of the season begins in earnest; a sky full of small flakes whirling in a madcap dash to meet the Earth.



 
Well, now that it's going on 4 months and it's still cold this just seems like an insult.  

Actually I love this song.  It's just been cold long enough and we still have at best another month to go.  At least here in Wyoming.
When I first heard this song i bought it and looped it over and over for about a week.  I still love hearing it on Radio Paradise.  It's such an honest piece of music.  
 unclehud wrote:

Especially touching this morning, as the first snow of the season begins in earnest; a sky full of small flakes whirling in a madcap dash to meet the Earth.



 
Nice!
This may be good for a 3 AM spot on Wednesday, but on a Friday... come on. 
I stopped working although I was so deep into writing a concept when I heard that piece of music.
Haven't heard it before but love it.  
 ianmoff wrote:

It could be that the piston return flange is not reciprocationing {#Confused}

 

Don't worry a couple of spark plugs for a Perkins diesel should fix it.. 
And on another note this is very nice. 
 scott_bruce wrote:
The strings in the beginning of this song sound a bit flat on my sound system. I think the Brigg's defromulator for the pre-amp in my Transcodifile module is out of calibration....

 
It could be that the piston return flange is not reciprocationing {#Confused}
Been running around all day, working on a ton of things that need to get done.

Nice to hear this and STOP FOR A MOMENT and ...  just breathe.

Especially touching this morning, as the first snow of the season begins in earnest; a sky full of small flakes whirling in a madcap dash to meet the Earth.


 OHMish wrote:
Nice atmosphere
But the high pitch screams from the violin are painfull to listen to 

 
but, when you are accustomed to the sound of the american fiddle, this is an excellent performance.  more about the feel than the technique.
Nice atmosphere
But the high pitch screams from the violin are painfull to listen to 
Guess I'm in the minority here, but to me it sounds like substandard classical. I like the overall vibe but some off-pitch notes on the strings are really grating.
The strings in the beginning of this song sound a bit flat on my sound system. I think the Brigg's defromulator for the pre-amp in my Transcodifile module is out of calibration....
7 > 8
 WonderLizard wrote:

Support now the growing sentiment to enable Texas to secede from the Union. Think of the benefits: no more Rick Perry; the Dallas Cowboys are just another football team; they get that entire border with Mexico all to themselves. Yes, you'd need a passport to see SXSW, but life is full of trade-offs, eh?

 

all good except, {#Flamed} the music out of texass is without doubt some of the greatest ever made.....
But it's not a violin, is it?  The low range made me think Viola and Cello, yet the peaks were way up there...  I'm thinking an ensemble of all three...  Of course, I haven't researched it and just spouting off in response to other posts...  Sorry, got company, gotta go, but I LOVE this piece!
B.E.A.utiful{#Daisy}
Wonderful.
This always reminds me of Ry Cooder's soundtrack to the Walter Hill film JOHNNY HANDSOME. The opening piano notes always make me think we're about to hear the theme from JOHNNY...
 hightail wrote:
there is a touch of sadness and tragedy in this but beautiful. 
 
Pretty big doses of both, I think; and yes, beautiful.
I hear hope in this. heavenly.
i love this more every time i hear it. most beautiful music.
 kdarwish wrote:
Exquisite bowing, and super piano accompaniment, sooo mellow. More of these please, thanks.
 
Yeah, this is cool....what is this? A sound track? A sampled classic? A virtuoso?
The strings remind me of The Straight Story soundtrack again. Absolutely Beautiful film.
Exquisite bowing, and super piano accompaniment, sooo mellow. More of these please, thanks.
 kojiroh wrote:
This made me feel very weird, sad, I think. It's the same weather today as it was a couple of years back, while I was still at university, when I took my mom to sightsee the campus and the city it was in. She wanted to see it so much, and she still does, even though it's been 3 years since I graduated.
Hearing this song in this weather made me realize the fact that I can't go to that past anymore, nor can I relive it. Perhaps I won't even be allowed in the campus grounds because I'm no longer a student, but I can at least take her to the city.

 
<3 music has that amazing way to bring back the past, but never as fresh as we'd like the memory to be.
This made me feel very weird, sad, I think. It's the same weather today as it was a couple of years back, while I was still at university, when I took my mom to sightsee the campus and the city it was in. She wanted to see it so much, and she still does, even though it's been 3 years since I graduated.
Hearing this song in this weather made me realize the fact that I can't go to that past anymore, nor can I relive it. Perhaps I won't even be allowed in the campus grounds because I'm no longer a student, but I can at least take her to the city.
 Rmike wrote:

I am so glad I don't know you
 
Awesomely put
 socalhol wrote:
......this track makes me sleepy.......   {#Yawn}
 
I am so glad I don't know you


Last time this was on RP I bought the CD. This may be my favorite tune from the whole album. It's quite different from the rest. Love good electric string instruments.
Mmmm...that was quite nice
 TerryS wrote:
A Texan as an arbiter of English useage; hmmm.
 
Support now the growing sentiment to enable Texas to secede from the Union. Think of the benefits: no more Rick Perry; the Dallas Cowboys are just another football team; they get that entire border with Mexico all to themselves. Yes, you'd need a passport to see SXSW, but life is full of trade-offs, eh?
A cleansing and beautiful track. Making me sad...and I don't want to be sad right now.
 TerryS wrote:
A Texan as an arbiter of English useage; hmmm.
 
Indeed.
This is beautiful
Except for the few screechy cat-with-nails-on-charkboard parts
Beautiful!!!
Has to be a 10 for me!

{#Notworthy}  
 hightail wrote:
there is a touch of sadness and tragedy in this but beautiful. 
 



..^ a touch of genius too..
there is a touch of sadness and tragedy in this but beautiful. 
 gemtag wrote:

The world is made of irony.

and (hopefully) just passing through... 

Snarky, PHD
 
Just so long as the Snark isn't a Boojum, we should all be safe, we should all be safe, we should all be safe.
 TerryS wrote:


A Texan as an arbiter of English useage; hmmm.
 
The world is made of irony.

and (hopefully) just passing through... 

Snarky, PHD
 gemtag wrote:

It's purdy

You must be blond
 
 

A Texan as an arbiter of English useage; hmmm.
From 8 to 9. So haunting.
 OHMish wrote: 
I hope these folks sent a nice thank you card to RP, it appears that they got a lot of exposure from here.