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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    I do bet it's awesome live with the right drugs, crowd, etc
    Part of its attire is certainly how I imagine the raves in Candadian riviera to be: sunny and laidback outside parties with the slacker precariate. It's not only wooziness too. There is also the slight weirdness to which Leo alluded to (cf. also the Ramzi stuff they released). I like the idea of house music that is not straight forward. Similar with the Sex Mania Tags/Sotofett stuff.


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    oliver craner


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    its craners world, we just live in it

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    inb4 barty posts 'pure shores'



    Everyone always fantasises about the Nas and Premier album but what about the Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones and Stevie Wonder album?

    by the by I found out yesterday that Phil Collins drums on 'Another Green World'

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    im making a mental mood board for my new radio show, like kanye would do.
    this is the only thing on it so far.

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    Still love that song but it lost some of its magic when I realised she's talking about industrial cranes and not the large, long-legged and long-necked birds in the group Gruiformes - which seemed like an obscure and beautiful poetic image to me.

    But to this day I feel like crying with sentimental joy when remembering a crowd of people (mostly much younger than me) singing along to it at Lovebox where Solange performed last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Still love that song but it lost some of its magic when I realised she's talking about industrial cranes and not the large, long-legged and long-necked birds in the group Gruiformes - which seemed like an obscure and beautiful poetic image to me.

    But to this day I feel like crying with sentimental joy when remembering a crowd of people (mostly much younger than me) singing along to it at Lovebox where Solange performed last year.
    is she? lol
    how did you work it out? theyre still birds for me, fuck it

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    i went round craners house just to play him that song on repeat but he didnt rate it. thats
    when i knew he was truly in the sunken place.

    if he heard it now, in antigua, drinking out a coconut like william hague at carnival,
    he would fucking love it cos he is a new man, reborn, resplendant as a god.

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    yeah there's a podcast where she talks about making it

    it's about trying to get a clear view of the sky and you can't cos there's loads of cranes building high rises (paralleling with not being able to get someone out of your mind, obvs)

    i choose to accept my original version of the song as being about cranes flying through the sky

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    Very craner of me to do multiple choons but this one's got its silky claws in me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    inb4 barty posts 'pure shores'
    wierd you should say that as i had a whole pure shores thing last night. one of them ones where you're listening to the song 5 times in a row in as your eyes roll to the pack of your head.

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    I have very powerful nostalgic associations with that song but actually listening to it I can't get past it's tacky production

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    produced by William Orbit apparently (who also dun 'ray of light')

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    this is one of those heaven songs. a song someone could envision and describe in a book, but too perfect to ever actually be realised.


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