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I hate the vocal tracks on Cyclone as I hate everything about the singing :evil:


I've often thought bent cold sidewalk would be an amazing track without the vocals
I don't have a problem with the vocals on the Cyclone album. It's the words I can't stand. Particularly Rising Runner - WORST! LYRICS! EVER!

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Lucan wrote:
Mac cuber transfer wrote:
Desert_Voyager wrote:
I hate the vocal tracks on Cyclone as I hate everything about the singing :evil:


I've often thought bent cold sidewalk would be an amazing track without the vocals
I don't have a problem with the vocals on the Cyclone album. It's the words I can't stand. Particularly Rising Runner - WORST! LYRICS! EVER!


Nope:

Semolina pilchard, climbing up the Eiffel Tower.
Elementary penguin singing Hari Krishna.
Man, you should have seen them kicking Edgar Allan Poe.
I am the eggman, they are the eggmen
I am the walrus, goo goo g'joob g'goo goo g'joob.
Goo goo g'joob g'goo goo g'joob g'goo... (etc.)


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Lucan wrote:
Mac cuber transfer wrote:
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I hate the vocal tracks on Cyclone as I hate everything about the singing :evil:


I've often thought bent cold sidewalk would be an amazing track without the vocals
I don't have a problem with the vocals on the Cyclone album. It's the words I can't stand. Particularly Rising Runner - WORST! LYRICS! EVER!

You have to admit though they are very memorable. I never have a problem remembering them. :wink:

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was just now listening to Shy People, and I remembered something...

Dancing On A White Moon is even worse than Rising Runner.

Loved By The Sun is even worse still.

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Lucan wrote:
was just now listening to Shy People, and I remembered something...

Dancing On A White Moon is even worse than Rising Runner.

Loved By The Sun is even worse still.


I didn't think it was possible to get any worse than the Rising Runner vocals, unless I've blocked out Dancing On A White Moon from my memory. I do like Loved By The Sun though.

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Desert_Voyager wrote:
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was just now listening to Shy People, and I remembered something...

Dancing On A White Moon is even worse than Rising Runner.

Loved By The Sun is even worse still.


I didn't think it was possible to get any worse than the Rising Runner vocals, unless I've blocked out Dancing On A White Moon from my memory. I do like Loved By The Sun though.

I'm not too keen on the Dancing On A White Moon singing but it's a nice piece of music. Loved By The Sun is brilliant IMO. Such a shame that Jon Anderson and TD never got to work together.

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it's the only time i liked Jon Anderson

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Lucan wrote:
was just now listening to Shy People, and I remembered something...

Dancing On A White Moon is even worse than Rising Runner.

Loved By The Sun is even worse still.


Loved By The Sun is a splendid song.


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Love Rising Runner :P

Not keen on Loved by the Sun but can live with it :wink:

Only one that really springs to mind at the moment (body armour on) is Rare Bird...........in fact I am allergic to it :?


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And I have to say the whole of Destination Berlin :?

Although I am away to check that out in a bit in case I am wrong :wink:

I emphasise there is very, very little TD that I do not enjoy...........I think this may be fairly unusual :?


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....am I the only one who likes Destination Berlin? :wink:

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....am I the only one who likes Destination Berlin? :wink:


No..............theres two of us Chris..I like most of it too.. 8)


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....am I the only one who likes Destination Berlin? :wink:


No..............theres two of us Chris..I like most of it too.. 8)

Phew.

Not just me then. :D

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And me makes 3 :)

At this rate it looks like Destination Berlin will soon overtake Rubycon as the TD fans' favourite album :lol:


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i've noticed that two of their better soundtracks, Oasis and Canyon Dreams, happened to be nature documentaries. perhaps it's something they should do again?

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