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Alice in the Underworld; some random thoughts about the album
Topic Started: Nov 26 2008, 05:58 AM (1,100 Views)
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Does anyone know if they do a Coles Notes for each of the albums? If so, I could really use the whole set.

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Nov 27 2008, 10:57 PM
Does anyone know if they do a Coles Notes for each of the albums?  If so, I could really use the whole set.

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Nov 27 2008, 11:32 PM
Hey, gringo lady!

You no understand my crazy?

You Caracas?

Forget the Coles Notes then - "potted potty" is not much good to me...
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Nov 27 2008, 03:14 PM
My two favorite tracks on AITU are Night Of The Macaw and Mr Mystery's Mother. When I saw SWell live in 2004, the version of MMM was insanely great and different from the album version (which is still great, but different).

Yeah, I can imagine that MMM sounds great live. It's a shame that I didn't know much about the band when I saw them live, the gig was one of the best that I've seen this year, but I think I would have enjoyed it even more if I had known some of the songs before. Apart from the very last song that SW played in Turku, "You Can't Get The Staff" (which was ace), I actually have no idea what else was on their setlist that night. Swelly did give me all the necessary information before/during/after the gig and answered all my questions and even told me the name of each song, but I have a terrible memory... I think most of the songs were from the new album though.

I just realised that the violin on the background is one of the reasons why MMM is such a brilliant song. I think people should make more songs about wolves (with howling of course) - ever heard 'Werewolves of London' by Warren Zevon? What a fantastic tune.
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Nov 27 2008, 03:14 PM
the version of MMM was insanely great and different from the album version (which is still great, but different).

I have also heard several insanely great live versions of MMM - it's a good feeling when a song you love turns into something different and perhaps even better.
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