Interpol — Untitled
Album: Turn On The Bright Lights
Avg rating:
7

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Total ratings: 753
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Released: 2002
Length: 3:53
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Surprise sometimes
Will come around
Surprise sometimes
Will come around

I will surprise you sometime
I'll come around
Oh, I will surprise you sometime
I'll come around
When you're down
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 vnoyce wrote:

Wow! I think Coldplay must've listened to a lot of Interpol....eerie!Laughing

 
Good catch.
{#Lol}   {#Arrowd} 
 Jonathan_pa wrote:

AhHa! We have caught Bill recycling playsets!



 
Alert the authoritays...

Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane from Dukes of Hazzard and Flash the basset hound
Them Duke boys must be behind this heinous crime...

Yummy.  Been way too long since I've heard this one.  More airplay please!
This album is a colossus
So much better than nearly everything Coldplay ever put out....
 Nabla wrote:
Interpol?? I thought it's Coldplay...
 
Wow! I think Coldplay must've listened to a lot of Interpol....eerie!Laughing
It's good 
 Ag3nt0rang3 wrote:
Saw these guys open for U2 in Toronto this summer. They looked really uncomfortable, and didn't give a very good show. I wonder if it was the stadium setting, or if they're just not great live. Any input?
 
I saw two different Interpols: one in their own concert in a small place, an excellent, vibrant and flawless performance - a great show with an energetic audience; the other at U2 concert: apathetic, scared (maybe), uncomfortable band - the audience (most of them) were indifferent to their show - they were just waiting for U2 - and the place was HUGE.

What I guess is they don't have the same (good) feedback from the audience in the U2 concert compared to their own event and that reflects on their performance.

Saw these guys open for U2 in Toronto this summer. They looked really uncomfortable, and didn't give a very good show. I wonder if it was the stadium setting, or if they're just not great live. Any input?
my thoughts exactly.  still enjoy when it pops up  {#Cowboy}

 StoneyG wrote:
In 2002, this was a 9 for me.  Now it's a 7.  I still appreciate this album every now and again.
 


In 2002, this was a 9 for me.  Now it's a 7.  I still appreciate this album every now and again.
 Jonathan_pa wrote:

AhHa! We have caught Bill recycling playsets!


 

Noob.

AhHa! We have caught Bill recycling playsets!


 Fables85 wrote:

Just turn Interpol up!!!

ps: Wait a minute... the sequence of bands (/songs?) is the same as back in October 2009???

 
As it is today - why F with a good thing, no? 

Great set! 


 iscoot4peace wrote:
Man...the Cult, Stereophonics, Filter, and Interpol !  Turn it up
 
Just turn Interpol up!!!

ps: Wait a minute... the sequence of bands (/songs?) is the same as back in October 2009???

Totally dig this song... and the album.

Good stuff.

Fantastic!
 iscoot4peace wrote:
Man...the Cult, Stereophonics, Filter, and Interpol !  Turn it up
 

{#Clap}
Man...the Cult, Stereophonics, Filter, and Interpol !  Turn it up
This is a pretty decent album.  One track really stands out on it in my mind, and that is NYC.  Not played on RP though. 
From when Interpol was making compelling music.
A solid 9!
 Nabla wrote:
Interpol?? I thought it's Coldplay...
 
Coldplay I don't get either...I hear Sigur Ros and Radiohead. This is a great song.

Hadn't heard that one in quite a while. This just went from an 8 to a 9.
horstman wrote:
You need to clean out the ears
This kind of Coldplay is very boring!
Nabla wrote:
Interpol?? I thought it's Coldplay... :naughty:
You need to clean out the ears
Total class
out_to_lunch wrote:
I will always love this album. So many strong memories tied to it.
Yes. For me too.
I've really liked their albums - I'll have to give them another chance live. Glad you saw a good show; it sure is disappointing when things backfire! stevesaw wrote:
Saw them last weekend and I thought they were great! They played a good mix of new and old and it was a long set. They don't do a lot of jumping around and such - NYC cool I guess - but I really enjoyed it.
EssexTex wrote:
This song is amazing, love everything about it...perfect
i agree. the simplicity and the brief appearance of lyrics is one of the things i like most about this song. it leaves it up to the listener to do most of interpreting about the "surprise." crazy... i was just listening to this song not two hours ago!
Stating the obvious - music as imaginative as the title.
This song is amazing, love everything about it...perfect
joyjoy wrote:
As good as their albums are...Paul Banks can't seem to pull it together live. I hope they pull it off when I see them again in August!
Saw them last weekend and I thought they were great! They played a good mix of new and old and it was a long set. They don't do a lot of jumping around and such - NYC cool I guess - but I really enjoyed it.
I didn't see your reply until today - How did they do? speedbump wrote:
If you can't wait till August, you can check them out tonite 7/10/07 performing on Letterman.
Interpol?? I thought it's Coldplay... :naughty:
joyjoy wrote:
As good as their albums are...Paul Banks can't seem to pull it together live. I hope they pull it off when I see them again in August!
If you can't wait till August, you can check them out tonite 7/10/07 performing on Letterman.
As good as their albums are...Paul Banks can't seem to pull it together live. I hope they pull it off when I see them again in August!
jdemmers wrote:
Blatant Church ripoff.
Huhh? Maybe you meant a blatant Joy Division rip-off. If so I totally agree ;)
I will always love this album. So many strong memories tied to it. Thank you Bill
Lots of beef from people about this song down there! I prefer this album over their 2nd album, and this song, Stella, and whatever track #2 is called are the best songs on the album, in my opinion. Only shame was that the opening snippet of this track was used for the gimmicky Joey/Rachel kiss scene in "Friends," which was traumatically cheesy...
I hear awesomeness! :notworthy:
In my humble opinion, it's their only good song. But man, what a song.
This is rad.
:music:
StevenQ wrote:
I like some of interpol, but I always think that the guitar player learned to play listening to the solo in Neil Young's "Down By The River", and figured if one note was good enough for Neil, it was good enough for him. :rolleyes:
There's more heart in a one note Neil Young solo than in some peoples entire catalog.
dionysius wrote:
Perhaps they should have titled it, though.
fretman wrote:
Yeah, like "song with no name"?
Maybe a name with no song woulda been better :rolleyes: !
StevenQ wrote:
I like some of interpol, but I always think that the guitar player learned to play listening to the solo in Neil Young's "Down By The River", and figured if one note was good enough for Neil, it was good enough for him. :rolleyes:
Seeing how I am just now working through the initial chapters of Mel Bay's 1st grade guitar book, this could be a good song to play. If it's on the first or second string, all the better! :lol:
MAKE IT STOP....OH PLEASE!