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Boy & Bear — Back Down The Black
Album: Harlequin Dream
Avg rating:
6.7

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Total ratings: 377









Released: 2013
Length: 6:12
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Cause you're hurting
I can tell it by the way that you move
You get your head on your chest
and your chest in your mouth

You don't look so good there'll be change
Cause this one is to be ... to see
But brother you're scared and I'm scared
When you're scared cause you ain't surpose to be
So I'm screaming loud loud loud
Would you get out my way

Cause I got the animal I got the beast on lease this day
So you don't go wondering back down to back to old fool
ways and help
When .... way you ...
Just to watch you this way
Just to watch you this way
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 DJ_BellsEye wrote:

While we're bashing Coldplay, I lost a lot of respect for them when I went to their concert and 100% of the audience was white.
Granted, the concert was in CT, but still, it was shocking.

 
Sorry this reply is so tardy, but just saw your post.  Please help me understand your conclusion about Coldplay based on 100% white attendance at a concert in CT.  Non-whites were welcome to attend the show if they had wanted.  Is there something about Coldplay's music that is racist?  If not, and their music does not appeal to the relatively small black community in CT, then so what?  The lack of respect for Coldplay that you describe implies some behavioral deficiency on their part.  What did they do wrong?  I am not trying to be argumentative here, but I really, really don't understand the "everything must have diversity in representation" philosophy.  No one cares, nor should they care, that my demographic is poorly represented at hip-hop concerts.  It is not the artist's fault.  Disparate cultures have value because of their differences.  Although we can't let our culture differences impede one another from equal opportunity, due-process of law, etc., can't we like different things?  Isn't that a cultural attribute? 

Peace. 
every last song on the album a masterpiece!
What a fine piece of music, like the brass!!
Superb. Thanks RP.
 msymmes wrote:
This makes Coldplay sound like a bunch of 10 year old kids on plastic instruments.
 

 
While we're bashing Coldplay, I lost a lot of respect for them when I went to their concert and 100% of the audience was white.
Granted, the concert was in CT, but still, it was shocking.


This makes Coldplay sound like a bunch of 10 year old kids on plastic instruments.
 
Liking this.
This is Coldplay (and that's not a good thing).
If the guys voice was a bit lower then this would be right out of a National album.....

 
I'm flying
sounds like movie music
Gee, look.  Another band with the name bear or cub.
excellent new band - looking forward to seeing them at The Greenman festival in sunny South Wales, UK in August
 unclehud wrote:
Mesmerizing cover art.  

 
Yes, that is a pretty engaging image; that artist must have had quite a fun time making that painting.
Reminds  me Men at Work. Sueprised it is so recent as fir last year. Sounds good!
 
 fredriley wrote:
A bit bland and undistinguished compared to the excellent tracks from B&B's previous album that have been played on RP. Nice enough, but forgettable.

 
Agreed.


Mesmerizing cover art.  
Hmmm, not bad. I though it was someone from the 70's. I was surprised when I saw that it was 2013.
 
(edit - oops, wrong track, the next track playing was
 a bit previous)
A bit bland and undistinguished compared to the excellent tracks from B&B's previous album that have been played on RP. Nice enough, but forgettable.
Hmmm, not bad. I though it was someone from the 70's. I was surprised when I saw that it was 2013.
must be 1st time played;  like it