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Blaudzun — Another Ghost Rocket
Album: Heavy Flowers
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Released: 2012
Length: 4:33
Plays (last 30 days): 1
no lights on the radar screen
from your hearts trying to not been seen
with your sad machine
you shoot to kill
cease?, chance? to meet you are
that loved of the street sweet heart
involved peace keep us at yours calembour
screws? through the sky
you are another ghost rocket
i know who you are
this in disguise
you are another ghost rocket
i know who you are
wings, he take no wings not at all
for a bomb or an angel to fall
you decide to deny this beautiful lights
screws through the sky
you are another ghost rocket
i know who you are
this in disguise
you are another ghost rocket
i know who you are
i know who you are
you are another ghost
i know who you are
you are another ghost rocket
i know who you are
you are another ghost rocket
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One of my precious concert moments is Blaudzun playing in a small tent packed with people. Outside, the rain was pouring down. It felt like hugging around a musical bonfire.

Admittedly, "Heavy Flowers" is not their greatest work. Try the album "Seadrift Soundmachine" instead!
Great Blautzun !!!! 
 ick wrote:
What is this?  Emobilly?
 
OMG! {#Roflol}
Herman, bring me a glass of blutwein.
You're a ghost rocket and they know who you are.
See, and here I thought Paolo Nutini learned to play the ukulele...
 ivanaus wrote:
Sorta boring,..  musicianship is limited.

 
That applies to most music, given that most musicians are of average or below musicianship. SFW?
Sorta boring,..  musicianship is limited.
Funny how some songs elicit such extreme responses.   Love it ! {#Good-vibes} 
 ick wrote:
What is this?  Emobilly?
 
you got it!

{#Lol}
What is this?  Emobilly?
WOW...  I was blown away by this song.  Thanks RP.
Sometimes I really do think you're just jackin' with us, Bill.  Intentionally bad tunes just to pull our collective chains.  Sucko-barfo mos' def'.
 ofanansky wrote:
can they play more than one chord?
 
 There are several different chords in this song.  Quirky, but not a bad tune (in small doses) - great cover art.
 romeotuma wrote:


Yuck...  this song sux... and the first song on the album is the only one that's any good—  the rest of Heavy Flowers is hideous... beware...

 
 

So you're saying that everyone in your hotel room is cowering in the corner?
 romeotuma wrote:


Yuck...  this song sux... and the first song on the album is the only one that's any good—  the rest of Heavy Flowers is hideous... beware...

 
 
Oh Sorry, but their gig in Vlaardingen a few months ago was amazingly good. So what do we do now?
 
 romeotuma wrote:


Yuck...  this song sux... and the first song on the album is the only one that's any good—  the rest of Heavy Flowers is hideous... beware...

 
 
Thank you for the warning. Man...if YOU don't like it then it's not a good sign for this band.


Yuck...  this song sux... and the first song on the album is the only one that's any good—  the rest of Heavy Flowers is hideous... beware...

 
 aelfheld wrote:

Actioni contrariam semper et æqualem esse reactionem.
 
gesundheit
 Kayloric wrote:
The more I hear it, the more I like it...
 
Actioni contrariam semper et æqualem esse reactionem.
The more I hear it, the more I like it...
Lovin' the banjo... 8 -> 9
 Sjaaks wrote: 

Cool cover...thanks for the link.
Jesus!!!

... And not in the good way....
Where does this stuff come from ?  
Not as interesting musically as Flame on My Head.
digging.. 7->8
 ofanansky wrote:
can they play more than one chord?
 

No. And so what.

Song reffering to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_rockets
can they play more than one chord?

Great to see RP discovered Blaudzun. I'm starting to like it very much.


Are you kidding? PLAY SOME ACTUAL MUSIC! (please... ;-)
Take that Mumford!

 rayhouse wrote:
for a tv show in the netherlands he created an version of shout from tears for fears only on his banjo.
gave me goose bumps. 

 

https://youtu.be/r1b66g3OOWI
for a tv show in the netherlands he created an version of shout from tears for fears only on his banjo.
gave me goose bumps. 

Only heard two songs from this band so far, but they seem to have a knack for haunting melodies.
Interesting - need to hear it more to see if it grows, I could see coming to really enjoy it.
Beautiful album art
Lovin' it!
This is really growing on me.
Glad to see you're playing this artist. I just heard this album recently and the first couple of songs totally blew me away. "Elephants" and "heavy flowers" were quite distinctive. The rest didn't grab me as immediately but listening to this one on radio paradise made it stick out enough that I looked up from what I was doing to see who it was that was playing. That's a good barometer of its being good.

 Rachoh wrote:
I know I know that voice...but can't think of it!!
 
The guy from the Frames! Almost identical....
Great dutch guy!!!
Makes very good records, just has a new one out now.
I know I know that voice...but can't think of it!!
Blaudzun? I'm stealing that for my next D&D character name. Otherwise, this tune sounds interesting.