Sunday, March 29, 2009

Don't you see your destiny was never in your command?

Pre-listen to BWO's new album Big Science here (below full quality, but very listenable--better than MySpace). I'm only beginning to do so myself, so no further comment as of yet, but I'll be back with thoughts, I'm sure.

Much thanks and credit to Aces and Damian for the link!

6 comments:

Paul said...

hurrah. two songs in and i'm liking. a lot. but i am very easily pleased at the moment :P

ooo word verification was snape. how harry potter.

Euro Sheep said...

OMG OMG OMG - super happy fun-ness overload! I'm foaming at the mouth again...

Thank you so much for the link. I'm not a great fan of BWO's first 3 albums (although the greatest hits is legendary) so I think this is a great step forward. It was one of those album's which was just a pleasure to listen to and didn't feel like an hour or so...

I'm only starting to appreciate the genius of "You're Not Alone"; especially the haunting piano intro and the choral explosion at the end of the middle-8! I did like it to begin with, but it's definitely a grower...

Favourite lyric; "we can do something graphic on my windscreen" - in fact that song is just one big innuendo à la "It Hurts" or "Love In Stereo" - hurrah!

Thank you again :D best wishes!!!

p.s. word verification: mohwoo ^^

Poster Girl said...

Paul, if you're easily pleased, so am I! I'm so pleasantly surprised, though I know I shouldn't be (surprised, that is).

Euro Sheep, it's a step forward in my books, too, though for me it's a little different: I loved their debut, loved their second album (which wasn't quite all as all-killer-no-filler but made up for it with songs like "Temple Of Love" and "Chariots Of Love," which were a perfect poppier version of their sound), and then felt ultimately let down by their third (though it had the good as anything they've ever done "Gomenasai" on it). Your "It was one of those album's which was just a pleasure to listen to and didn't feel like an hour or so" sums up my reaction to this latest work very well (well, that and "super happy fun-ness overload"). Ha ha, it wouldn't be BWO if we didn't have some innuendo-riffic song (or multiple)! It's no problem--really, all credit to the people mentioned above.

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