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SeriousLee
(Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres)
Posted: Feb 10, 2018 11:16
 

Bumped that one from 4 to 5.

I think I'm going senior. Or senile. Take your pick.
sfyi2001
(Seattle)
Posted: Nov 15, 2017 0:00
 

E - fu_king - G A D S
fredriley
(Nottingham, UK)
Posted: Sep 26, 2017 13:52
 

 alezz_ua wrote:
Tonnes of remarks here on RP about how TH music was innovative back in 80s.
But today listening to TH really feels like visiting in museum of IT.
You know what was also innovative in 80s? IBM PC. Nostalgic in museum. Useless on daily basis.
Please don't make TH a daily experience.

IBM PC
 
{#Clap}
skyguy
(FOCO)
Posted: Apr 26, 2017 14:47
 

I used to play this and KC "discipline" back to back while cleaning the shop. 
thewiseking
(New York, New York)
Posted: Mar 15, 2017 14:34
 

this was some album
kcar
Posted: Aug 10, 2016 22:44
 

 LPCity wrote:

Well said.  And yet, reading and listening to the lyrics today I had to laugh because it reminds me of many conversations with my teenage daughter: half sentences, changes of direction mid-stream of consciousness rambling and, occasionally, an actual reply to the question I originally asked her.

I dig the song. 

 
It still rules. 

Your daughter is channeling early TH, I'm guessing.  
LPCity
(Salt Lake City, Utah)
Posted: Jun 08, 2016 9:58
 

 andycollingridge wrote:
Byrne's poetic lyrical genius shines particularly brightly through this one. Always loved his determined use of clean, simple language to conjure up unique, slightly off-kilter little worlds. 
 
Well said.  And yet, reading and listening to the lyrics today I had to laugh because it reminds me of many conversations with my teenage daughter: half sentences, changes of direction mid-stream of consciousness rambling and, occasionally, an actual reply to the question I originally asked her.

I dig the song. 
Floatinghawk
(Montana)
Posted: Jun 08, 2016 9:58
 

Pure garbage.  Put that Dada-ist offal back in the midden heap where it belongs.
Chrisjea
(Gethsemane)
Posted: Jun 08, 2016 9:45
 

 SeriousLee wrote:
I'm sure that was a great tune 36 years ago.

 
It wasn't
SeriousLee
(Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres)
Posted: May 07, 2016 8:02
 

I'm sure that was a great tune 36 years ago.
tambu
(Far Far Away)
Posted: Apr 05, 2016 7:08
 

Just a noise....
hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Mar 04, 2016 13:26
 

 scraig wrote:


 
pheeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww - a - pheeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww !!!!!!!  cool tune man
coloradojohn
(Mihara, nestled in a cove on the SetoNaiKai, Japan)
Posted: Feb 01, 2016 23:13
 

I've always thought that this is one of the trippiest songs ever, from maybe THE trippiest album ever. That warble-horn effect wows me!
MTboy
Posted: Feb 01, 2016 23:13
 

Nothing like some good Head. makes me want to get up and move.
Stephen_Phillips
(Hillsborough, Northern Ireland)
Posted: Dec 01, 2015 2:19
 

I seem to be in the minority on RP but I love this album and also More Songs About Buildings and Food.  However I don't like some of TH later stuff.  This particular song reminds me of a road trip from New South Wales to Queensland in Australia in the early 1980's.  Unusual music for a wonderful experience.
ambrebalte
(A pale blue dot)
Posted: Dec 01, 2015 2:14
 

 andycollingridge wrote:
Byrne's poetic lyrical genius shines particularly brightly through this one. Always loved his determined use of clean, simple language to conjure up unique, slightly off-kilter little worlds. 
 
Good to read your comment
daniel_rusk
(Folsom (not at the State Prison), CA)
Posted: Oct 30, 2015 20:11
 

Sucko Barfo only scrapes the surface of how bad this song is. 
daveinnj
Posted: Sep 29, 2015 12:09
 

OMG, what a day for such an annoying cackle.

 


aspicer
(Chicago, IL)
Posted: Sep 29, 2015 12:09
 

{#Guitarist}{#Bananajam}{#Drummer}{#Bananajam}
alezz_ua
(Netherlands)
Posted: May 28, 2015 8:31
 

Tonnes of remarks here on RP about how TH music was innovative back in 80s.
But today listening to TH really feels like visiting in museum of IT.
You know what was also innovative in 80s? IBM PC. Nostalgic in museum. Useless on daily basis.
Please don't make TH a daily experience.

IBM PC