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Could see this going down a storm in the gay bars.............. :arrow:

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Could see this going down a storm in the gay bars.............. :arrow:


er....no I'll resist asking ;)

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Its just got that type of beat Andy that the cruisers seem to like :arrow: :P

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Its just got that type of beat Andy that the cruisers seem to like :arrow: :P


I'm not familiar with this terminology!

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TD : Karaoke : A dream of death -Helena!

She opened the door, she drew me in.
Her mouth was pale her cheek was thin,
Her eyes were dim its length unrolled,
Fell loosely down her hair of gold.
The days are dark the days are cold,
And heavy lies my faith in you,
But ever at the deep of night,
Their faith the dead and living plight.

My presence wrought her grief’s eclipse,
She pressed her lips upon my lips,
She held me fast in her embrace,
Her hands went wandering over my face,
Who would not die if certain bliss
Could be foreknown and such as this,
No life away the hour is nigh,
With heart on fire she waits my cry.



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Cheers homeless! :D

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Let's see:

01 Bent cold Sidewalk
02 Shy People
03 London
04 La Grey De Los Almas Perdidas
05 Chasing The Bad Seed
06 Rose Of Babylon
07 Tyger
08 Leaving
09 Smile
10 Till The End Of Silence


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Let's see:

01 Bent cold Sidewalk
02 Shy People
03 London
04 La Grey De Los Almas Perdidas
05 Chasing The Bad Seed
06 Rose Of Babylon
07 Tyger
08 Leaving
09 Smile
10 Till The End Of Silence



Some good choices there Hans :wink:

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At the risk of getting flamed... Lake of Pontchartrain from Madcap's flaming PROMO.

Amen.
I've really come to love Chris Hausl's voice over the past few weeks, and he delivers such an outstanding performance on this track.
Truly a moving piece of music. :D


Indeed, if someone had told me five years ago that Tangerine Dream, of all people, would not only do an Irish folk song, but do it REALLY REALLY WELL, I would have laughed at them. And the egg would now be on my face.


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Lucan wrote:
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At the risk of getting flamed... Lake of Pontchartrain from Madcap's flaming PROMO.

Amen.
I've really come to love Chris Hausl's voice over the past few weeks, and he delivers such an outstanding performance on this track.
Truly a moving piece of music. :D


Indeed, if someone had told me five years ago that Tangerine Dream, of all people, would not only do an Irish folk song, but do it REALLY REALLY WELL, I would have laughed at them. And the egg would now be on my face.

I think pretty much all of us feel that way. Can you imagine the reaction of most TD fans if Edgar had said to them "I'm thinking of doing an Irish jig" prior to MFD?


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Actually , Lakes of Pontchartrain is a American Civil Warsong.
It is also , imo , the best TD song featuring lyrics.


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in no order...

1. A Dream Of Death (ironically for the awesome instrumental section!)
2. Chasing The Bad Seed (Purgatorio)
3. All The Steps To Heaven (Purgatorio)
4. Prison And Paradise (Purgatorio, TD's sexiest ever track??? :D )
5. As The Sun Moves Towards Heaven (Inferno, best track on the album)
6. Bent Cold Sidewalk
7. Loved By The Sun


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inpo

Death of Medusa
Man
The Divorce
All the steps to Heaven
La Forza del Saturno
Kiev Mission
Ricochet part 2 - (dau,dau,dau,dau,dau,dau,dau,dau - woof,woof,woof,woof)
The Blessed Damozel


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well my top 5 has to be as follows;

in no particular order i hasten to add :D


A Dream of Death (Mfd)
Burning Babe's Reality Song (Mfd)
L' Ultima Tromba d Oro (Paradiso) Just love the sound of her voice :D
Kiev Mission (Dream sequence)
Sisyphus (Purgatorio)


:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Keep singing guys an gals


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My vote goes to "Kiew Mission." I don't care for the vocals on Tyger all that much, although I do enjoy the album overall. Tell me, am I the only one who is irked when in the track "London" Jocelyn Bernadette Smith pronounces Thames as TH-aymz, rather than Tems?


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