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  • jonodude

    Ibiza, Majorca, Benidorm too... (haha so I just finally looked up what he whispers at the end)

    21. Apr., 16:17 Antworten
  • Andresfac383

    Amazing song from one of the best albums ever!!

    6. Jun. 2009 Antworten
  • silentmcbob

    The fact that it wasn't realeased as single indicates more about New Orders state of mind than anything else.

    11. Apr. 2009 Antworten
  • robertfjr

    I agree with you a 100%, the melancholy of the lyrics and the disco beat of the song give it a strangely sad uplifting feel.

    5. Mär. 2009 Antworten
  • Blackett7

    A linchpin track on New Order's Technique: The fact it was never released as a single should be indicative of the overall quality of it's parent album. The stomping, dancefloor ready beat disguises the song's tragic melancholy: A broken and confused Bernard Sumner struggles desperately to find and explain to someone the deep and powerful effect they had on him, someone who also seems incapable or unwilling to understand and return his feelings. Gillian Gilbert's delicate synth leads dance around Sumner's voice, her gentle pad supporting the lyrics and their vulnerability like a cushion. The percussion section of Peter Hook and Stephen Morris pounds away giving the song its visceral stomp.The emotion bolsters the song's appeal because it's universal and many people can relate to it very easily and deeply (I know I did). Few songs can take complex emotions and express them as clearly or as eloquently. Then again, there are few albums like Technique and few bands like New Order.

    9. Jan. 2009 Antworten
  • betweenthego

    su mejor disco, ya lo creo

    28. Nov. 2008 Antworten
  • docrambis

    do you think pet shop boys listened to this record?

    2. Aug. 2008 Antworten
  • niki5773

    genius - love them and the album, Technique.

    2. Jun. 2008 Antworten
  • adchelle

    God, I love New Order

    29. Apr. 2008 Antworten

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