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Cult With No Name — Under The Dirt
Album: The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari
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Released: 2009
Length: 3:45
Plays (last 30 days): 1
And you'll miss it when you watch
You got to think outside the box
But thoughts, they're haunting you

Cos' it's the feeling that's so real
When you're going for the kill
So what have you got to lose?

Under the dirt is...
Under the dirt, this...
The dirt won't wash and it's ground me down today

When you take her by the hand
you'll take everything you can
The moment feels so right

And when she takes over your soul
You'll no longer be alone
So let's have a party tonight

And no matter where you walk
The tongues of shoes begin to talk
True colours start to bleed out

But it's never black and white
when you're seeing red tonight
I think you better leave right now
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I like this
 kingart wrote:

Or the Dead Kennedys either. What, no Ted Nugent?  And that Sade...one too many vowels. But Jeff Sessions definitely likes any band dubbed The War on Drugs. 



Trying to remember if any DK songs are without expletives...  yeah, maybe a couple?  

I'd agree that Ted has some RP-playable stuff if you go back far enough (Free for All and older) but have to disagree about Sade -- both with the sentiment and the spelling comment that encapsulates it.  I still think she's missing a consonant.
Ok, all together now, –two, three, four, "I've been to the desert on a cult with no name..."
 kcar wrote:
Reminds me that RP doesn't play enough Pet Shop Boys.
fake Trump tweet

 

 
Now that's funny kcar!  Probably real too. SAD!
The Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of Worms, with Observations on their Habits(sometimes shortened to Worms) is an 1881 book by Charles Darwin on earthworms. It was his last scientific book, and was published shortly before his death (see Darwin from Insectivorous Plants to Worms). Exploring earthworm behaviour and ecology, it continued the theme common throughout his work that gradual changes over long periods of time can lead to large and sometimes surprising consequences. It was the first significant work on soil bioturbation, although that term was not used by Darwin (it first appeared in the soil and geomorphic literature one hundred years later).
Started a worm box after reading about this (really didn't try the entire book, I'm not nerdy enough : ) and still have a veggy refuse bin for creating excellent soil

Great music!!!
 kcar wrote:
Reminds me that RP doesn't play enough Pet Shop Boys.
fake Trump tweet

 

 
Or the Dead Kennedys either. What, no Ted Nugent?  And that Sade...one too many vowels. But Jeff Sessions definitely likes any band dubbed The War on Drugs. 


Reminds me that RP doesn't play enough Pet Shop Boys.


fake Trump tweet

 
BAD ASS
Nice. 
its ok      going to youtube the amazing old movie, now THAT is really cool...
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 Emwolb wrote:
Very groovy
 
Love the bass line: makes me appreciative of my subwoofer.
This puts me to sleep......
Very groovy
I like this.

This song would be nice if nothing had been recorded but the piano...
 
..does indeed work well at night..7 & a likely riser..
Vocalist reminds me of Josh Ritter.
Quite enjoy this! My first listen, and yes, this song seems to suit nighttime listening...stay up late...
I'm really starting to dig this band. Love the synth pads in this one.
I think this song would suit me better in the middle of the night.
Ugh, I think I just heard the phrase "think outside the box".   That does not belong in a song.
That was nice.  7 for now.
awesome
awkward
wow!  this is really good!