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Old 08-02-2005, 01:45 PM   #61
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SING ALONG WITH ME EVERYONE!

Hey, don't look now, there goes God
in his sexy pants and his sausage dog
and he can't stand Beelzebub
cause he looks so good in black (in black)

Great song!
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SING ALONG WITH ME EVERYONE!

Hey, don't look now, there goes God
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cause he looks so good in black (in black)
*Sings along* .

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Oh, yeah?

I have yet to hear a live version of this song. What's probably the best one?

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Ah yes. Crowded House, 'Together Alone' was definitely their high-water mark musically.

I've lost interest a bit since then, which is nobody's fault (ie. Neil Finn continues to make some good music, just not so compelling that I'm always along for the ride).

My personal favourites are the mid-90s releases of 'Together Alone' and the (out of print? who knows) 'Finn' album that Neil did with his brother in 1995.
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Oh, yeah?

I have yet to hear a live version of this song. What's probably the best one?
I'll up one for you before I go to bed tonight. There are a few goodies tonight.
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Ah yes. Crowded House, 'Together Alone' was definitely their high-water mark musically.
Amen. That album is the pinnacle.

I would reccomend Neil's 2001 "One All" for a listen. Many people, me included, rate it up with Together Alone or a small rung below.
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I'll up one for you before I go to bed tonight. There are a few goodies tonight.
. Cool .

Also, I remember seeing One All in our music store here in town not long after my family moved here, but unfortunately, at that time, I didn't have the money to get it. So the next time we returned, when I was able to buy a CD, I tried looking for it...and couldn't find it. Every time we've gone back there I've searched around, and I still haven't come across it yet . Which makes me mad.

Anywho, I have heard the songs off of One Nil, though...some good stuff on there . "Elastic Heart" is a bit of a strange song, though...

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This thread kinda makes me miss HeadsOnSticks...
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Could you elaborate?
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There Goes God - Crowded House - Recurring Dream Live Disc.
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Awesome . Will download it right now-thanks .

*Edited to say: just clicked on the link and it came up saying "Cannot find server..."?

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You need to copy the link and paste it in the address bar. Where it says "ysi" replace it with y o u s e n d i t (without the spaces).
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I would reccomend Neil's 2001 "One All" for a listen. Many people, me included, rate it up with Together Alone or a small rung below.
Here in the Antipodes they released it as 'One Nil', but (either - frankly slightly dorky - name aside) it's a good little record. I dunno about being on a par with Together Alone though...

I prefer Try Whistling This, that is Neil Finn stretching himself quite a bit (not to say he's ever bland, of course).
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Here in the Antipodes they released it as 'One Nil', but (either - frankly slightly dorky - name aside) it's a good little record. I dunno about being on a par with Together Alone though...

I prefer Try Whistling This, that is Neil Finn stretching himself quite a bit (not to say he's ever bland, of course).
Oh you're from the antipodies, as am I. On here I just assume that people are from the US until proven innocent. Are you a Kiwi or Australian?

Neil really does stretch himself in TWT, as he is fighting his natural ability & 20 years of conditioning to write unmelodic yet still accessable music - which transfers well live. I think he does it & does it well. It is a grower album though - much like Finn & TOLM.
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