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Old 02-05-2012, 09:19 PM   #21
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DMB has a few good songs on the topic of monkeys... also see "Big Eyed Fish" and "Monkey Man".

I've always loved "Wild Honey" and never dismissed it as throwaway. As Adam says, the album needs a bright spot in the middle to "keep people from throwing themselves out the window". That's very true.
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Old 02-09-2012, 02:22 PM   #22
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"this track and lot of the others on ATYCLB remind me of my final year or two of high school. Sort of a similar nature back in that era I suppose, but the songs do take me back to that particular time in my life. Playful, reckless, whatever! It's a nice feeling though". tvgreg

Thanks for that, i have enjoyed the response and humour to this post and the vibe of the thread/songs sent in, some i have never heard before and now looking into. Lot of warmth and soul on this album in general, felt so good to me after the Pop album. The band were cooking again both on the album and the stripped down tour as far i was concerned.
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