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  • stringmanuk

    Amazing track from a unique performer - how much poorer we'd all be without boundary-bending music like this. Classic, funny, scary, arresting, and beautifully produced

    11 Dez 15h54 Responder
  • ihavesoldout

    hAhAhAhAh Hi

    1 Dez 23h45 Responder
  • TylerSymes

    How this got #2 in the charts makes no sense.

    11 Set 8h19 Responder
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  • maskedman101

    Imagine the scene. It's 1981. I'm at my grandmother's house in central England. It's almost midnight, and John Peel is about to end an edition of his inspirational BBC Radio 1 show. For the first time, he plays this imported single from a small New York label. I'm almost asleep, but suddenly I'm mesmerised. That percussive use of a brief vocal sample, and the curious vocoderised vocal jolt me back into consciousness. This is weird, sinister music, and I am spooked. The following night, Peel introduces his show by saying that all day long, he hasn't escaped from people asking what was that track you played at the end of the show last night? He started the show with it, and I was convinced it was a true classic. Amazingly, on commercial release, it made #2 on the UK singles chart. Unbelievable!

    2 Jun 20h33 Responder
  • goodoldpink

    Can't get it of my mind. World is deeper when you listen to it.

    26 Fev 19h43 Responder
  • Tom_Pullings

    One of the greatest pieces of music ever recorded actually.[2] I agree. The hand that takes...

    22 Jan 17h01 Responder
  • bobgreen623

    I always got a sense of tragedy and alienation from this, but in an utterly captivating and beautiful way. something deep going on here way beyond the words.

    7 Jan 12h52 Responder
  • Skooma714

    So you better get ready Ready to go You can come as you are But pay as you go Pay as you go.

    31 Dez 2013 Responder
  • InTuxedo


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  • wendell3


    29 Out 2013 Responder
  • craftycinematic


    7 Out 2013 Responder
  • Nimbie


    23 Set 2013 Responder
  • SuperflyJonson

    Some of the best music ever recorded.

    9 Ago 2013 Responder
  • ihavesoldout

    hi mom

    20 Jul 2013 Responder
  • FuturaDLX

    Brilliantly an actual song.

    28 Jun 2013 Responder
  • kiteo

    A terribly brilliant song.

    13 Jun 2013 Responder
  • sophiewilder

    Actually a brilliant song.

    5 Mai 2013 Responder
  • DinosaurSr69

    Actually a terrible song.

    20 Abr 2013 Responder
  • CubiqueZirqoni

    I just discovered this song and...wow. I'd never really paid much attention to Laurie prior to this but this is captivating.

    11 Abr 2013 Responder
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