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Silversun Pickups — Three Seed
Album: Carnavas
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7.3

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Released: 2006
Length: 5:38
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Remove the bullet from my head
Extracting overconfidence
Hidden so easy to pretend
Too bad the rush was found again

I can see the pictures on the floor
Sketches of what was there before
Three came from one little seed
The last one is all I need

I can see the bottle on the ground
We turned the corner safe and sound
No thought of him as it was done
A clean execution
A clean execution

Cool like the ocean
Burned like a summer home
Fooled by the notion
That the sums don't add up at all

There's the line that is leading
Clearly feeding all the things I don't believe in
But I'll step in once again
Cut in line to get closer
To the source of all the things I'll never belong to
Step it up and sign right in
Again

Cool like the ocean
Burned like a summer home
Fooled by the notion
That the sums don't add up at all

Cool like the ocean
Burn like a summer home
Fooled by the notion
That the sums don't add up at all
That the sums never add up at all
That the sums don't add up at all
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Love this but too much distortion, though could be my system?
Notice on some other tunes as well. Seems that the world eclectic mix has the least or some of the best production. Just a thought.
Just upped it to a 9... Yep.  9.

Followed by  Pinback Sender .
People hatin' on Corgan on songs by different singers lol

Make love <3
I love the guitar on this. This band is awesome .
Brian is a master of ear candy.
Under the Silver Lake brought me here
 Ihatethissong wrote:


If Billy Corgan's voice sounded like this, I'd listen to more Smashing Pumpkins
 

ABSOLUTELY! 
Saw them live at Jazz Fest New Orleans....they rocked!!!!!
 snowcone wrote:
Sounds like somebody dubbed Billy Corgan into "the world I know".
 

If Billy Corgan's voice sounded like this, I'd listen to more Smashing Pumpkins
Love this song and all the SSP RP plays. The vibe plus all the tasty guitar bits makes this a 9 for me. For those that like it and want to hear more like it, what genre would you say it is, shoegaze?
Interesting transition from Madrugada to Silversun Pickups. I get it in the mood and guitar. Nice job.
Very good music and radio. Hello from Ireland. Pierre.
A great album
Sounds like somebody dubbed Billy Corgan into "the world I know".
This song sends me places
Here's a band that I more than likely would not have been a fan of had I not found RP in October 2005.  LONG LIVE RP!!
Reminds me of '' I was a frog now I'm a song.''
 Dave_Mack wrote:
I think I see his problem. Sums aren't supposed to add up. Addends add up to create sums. Glad I could help.

 
Thanks for clarifying that.
{#Cheers} 
I think I see his problem. Sums aren't supposed to add up. Addends add up to create sums. Glad I could help.
I guess it must be me but this just seems an uninspired, dreary mess. {#Beat}
 Canlistener wrote:

Agreed!

 


Great mood, agreed with the Smashing Pumpkins comparisons. More immersive though, a simpler vibe.
Very nice indeed! 
And THANK YOU RP for without you I may never have become a fan!!!
 AhhtheMusic wrote:
More like this please.  I'm missing this genre of music on RP. 

 
Agreed!
Gah! Seeing these guys in concert tonight!!!! 
More like this please.  I'm missing this genre of music on RP. 
great album, also love "Lazy Eye" on this disc
 jules44 wrote:

{#Rolleyes}?? Don't get that at all!

 
The bass line is almost identical to "The World I Know".
This is what Smashing Pumpkins would have sounded like if they loved music.
Rp intro ed them to me years back.  Love them.  They have a new cd out now
Gave this a 10, really digging the sound they have come back with. Undoubtedly Silversun Pickups but more subdued and matured.

Guitar and drums work perfectly in this piece. From what I have heard so far the rest of the album is just as good.

Keep it up! {#Sunny}
Yay! Love these guys. I get a strong Smashing Pumpkins vibe off them, back when the Smashing Pumpkins were great.
 That pretty much sums it up for me too. Webfoot wrote:
God, I love this song!

 


 jules44 wrote:
One of my favorite drummers ....ever!
 

 
He is so fun to watch in concert - dynamic! Love the hair flowing...well, it used to.
 dsd wrote:
I can't figure out why this repetitive song, heard over and over doesn't get old for me, but it doesn't.  I can't get enough of it..  

 
Right there with you.
I can't figure out why this repetitive song, heard over and over doesn't get old for me, but it doesn't.  I can't get enough of it..  
 Webfoot wrote:
God, I love this song!

 
my thoughts exactly!
One of my favorite drummers ....ever!
 
God, I love this song!
I do like this song, one of the few by them that I like. However, this song is being played way too often!!!
see, now, I was just thinking they are a nice updated version....

ymmv, and does, I reckon. 

dwallspaw wrote:
If I wanted to listen to the Smashing Pumpkins, I'd play the Smashing Pumpkins, not these wannabe's from Silverlake, the hipster Mecca of Los Angeles.

 


If I wanted to listen to the Smashing Pumpkins, I'd play the Smashing Pumpkins, not these wannabe's from Silverlake, the hipster Mecca of Los Angeles.
 
i know, right?!  —k

BrightonGuy wrote:
After pressing the PSD button fifteen times, this came along; 'bout time.
 


After pressing the PSD button fifteen times, this came along; 'bout time.
Intelligent design?  Really?  That seems more plausible than accepting your role as an insignificant, uncomprehending blip on the face of existence?  Perhaps to expect total understanding is just totally unreasonable.  Certainly to expect some form of immortality seems to border on insane when everything we witness says we are impermanent like everything else.  It needn't be a burden to think like this either.  For me and most people I know it gives reason to embrace life specifically because of its brief and fleeting nature.

Also coming back on point - another awesome song by this band. 
 TheBorgBuilder wrote:
Well said zepher.

As a scientist, I find that intelligent design is overwhelmingly evident.

zepher wrote:
I've watched Carlin since I was a boy, but his Atheist viewpoint is flat out wrong. Faith not tested isn't trustworthy. 

So you want proof, and I guess the perfection of all you see around you in this world isn't enough.  
---> He answered and said to them, "An evil and adulterous generation craves for a sign; and yet no sign will be given to it but the sign of Jonah the prophet;

Better yet, let's see what a real scientist, Isaac Newton thought --->
This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being....This Being governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and on account of his dominion he is wont to be called Lord God "pantokrator," or Universal Ruler....2

or --> Since every particle of space is always, and every indivisible moment of duration is every where, certainly the Maker and Lord of all things cannot be never and no where....God is the same God, always and every where. He is omnipresent not virtually only, but also substantially; for virtue cannot subsist without substance.…It is allowed by all that the Supreme God exists necessarily; and by the same necessity he exists always and every where....And thus much concerning God; to discourse of whom from the appearance of things, does certainly belong to Natural Philosophy.3

or --> Blind metaphysical necessity, which is certainly the same always and every where, could produce no variety of things. All that diversity of natural things which we find suited to different times and places could arise from nothing but the ideas and will of a Being, necessarily existing.4

+ I will stand up for God 100% of the time.  I'm not going to sit and let closed minded folks take hope away from widows, mothers of sick children, and folks who lost someone they love.  I try to be a good person and care about people but God is infinitely more merciful than me, and this is why a gap exists. The only way to approach a perfect God as an imperfect man with a sin nature is through Jesus, the son.  Jesus was here and knows what it is like to live in this world and will act as advocate and Judge. 

Jesus said, "I am the good shepherd. I know my sheep and my sheep know me...my sheep listen to my voice. I know them and they follow me. I give them eternal life and they shall never perish; no one can snatch them out of my hand."4



 

I don't.

 


ME LIKEY......................{#Bananajumprope}
Thought I was listening to Smashing Pumpkins. 
 OHMish wrote:



  religion, the biggest con game ever invented, suffer and slave for the rich for pie in the sky. dumb. almost as stupid as nuking water to run steam gennys. u cant ' breath the air drink the water or eat the fish, great idea yes? utube georges' last monologs, he nails the truth down cold.



 WonderLizard wrote:
There is a museum in Kentucky which dates the skeleton of a tyrannosaurus rex at roughly 4,000 BCE, asserting that it and the rest of the dinosaurs perished in Noah's flood. This is the inevitable outcome of "intelligent design," a thinly disguised, faith-based effort to foist Christian creationism, decidedly non-fact based, into public education, with the goal of replacing a pluralistic society with one that is exclusively Christian. There are many parallels between it and the Muslim quest to turn the world into one Islam-based.
At least Carlin had the courage to stare into the face of nothingness, and call it for what it was. Okay, you can trash me now.

I welcome your opinion, obviously diametrically opposed to Zepher's.
As an agnostic, I am fascinated by both arguments, while not fully convinced of either.
If anything I lean a little more toward the WonderLizard side of the fence.
There are just a few too many things about creationism (not to mention the whole Noah's ark thing) that are tough to accept.
 TheBorgBuilder wrote:
Well said zepher.

As a scientist, I find that intelligent design is overwhelmingly evident.
 

There is a museum in Kentucky which dates the skeleton of a tyrannosaurus rex at roughly 4,000 BCE, asserting that it and the rest of the dinosaurs perished in Noah's flood. This is the inevitable outcome of "intelligent design," a thinly disguised, faith-based effort to foist Christian creationism, decidedly non-fact based, into public education, with the goal of replacing a pluralistic society with one that is exclusively Christian. There are many parallels between it and the Muslim quest to turn the world into one Islam-based.

At least Carlin had the courage to stare into the face of nothingness, and call it for what it was. Okay, you can trash me now.
Well said zepher.

As a scientist, I find that intelligent design is overwhelmingly evident.

zepher wrote:
I've watched Carlin since I was a boy, but his Atheist viewpoint is flat out wrong. Faith not tested isn't trustworthy. 

So you want proof, and I guess the perfection of all you see around you in this world isn't enough.  
---> He answered and said to them, "An evil and adulterous generation craves for a sign; and yet no sign will be given to it but the sign of Jonah the prophet;

Better yet, let's see what a real scientist, Isaac Newton thought --->
This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being....This Being governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and on account of his dominion he is wont to be called Lord God "pantokrator," or Universal Ruler....2

or --> Since every particle of space is always, and every indivisible moment of duration is every where, certainly the Maker and Lord of all things cannot be never and no where....God is the same God, always and every where. He is omnipresent not virtually only, but also substantially; for virtue cannot subsist without substance.…It is allowed by all that the Supreme God exists necessarily; and by the same necessity he exists always and every where....And thus much concerning God; to discourse of whom from the appearance of things, does certainly belong to Natural Philosophy.3

or --> Blind metaphysical necessity, which is certainly the same always and every where, could produce no variety of things. All that diversity of natural things which we find suited to different times and places could arise from nothing but the ideas and will of a Being, necessarily existing.4

+ I will stand up for God 100% of the time.  I'm not going to sit and let closed minded folks take hope away from widows, mothers of sick children, and folks who lost someone they love.  I try to be a good person and care about people but God is infinitely more merciful than me, and this is why a gap exists. The only way to approach a perfect God as an imperfect man with a sin nature is through Jesus, the son.  Jesus was here and knows what it is like to live in this world and will act as advocate and Judge. 

Jesus said, "I am the good shepherd. I know my sheep and my sheep know me...my sheep listen to my voice. I know them and they follow me. I give them eternal life and they shall never perish; no one can snatch them out of my hand."4



 



Buddhist chiming in here to just mention I heard something challenging and beautiful -- reality is divine is God. 
Zepher, thanks for the thoughtful post.  As an athiest, I just would like to say kudos for providing an alternative  viewpoint here -- it seems we are mostly athiests here, af least those of us who comment often.  We all need to welcome diversity here and you managed to post your views without insulting anyone.  I'll be sure to be respectful when I post on this topic in the future.  
 OHMish wrote:



I've watched Carlin since I was a boy, but his Atheist viewpoint is flat out wrong. Faith not tested isn't trustworthy. 

So you want proof, and I guess the perfection of all you see around you in this world isn't enough.  
---> He answered and said to them, "An evil and adulterous generation craves for a sign; and yet no sign will be given to it but the sign of Jonah the prophet;

Better yet, let's see what a real scientist, Isaac Newton thought --->
This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being....This Being governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and on account of his dominion he is wont to be called Lord God "pantokrator," or Universal Ruler....2

or --> Since every particle of space is always, and every indivisible moment of duration is every where, certainly the Maker and Lord of all things cannot be never and no where....God is the same God, always and every where. He is omnipresent not virtually only, but also substantially; for virtue cannot subsist without substance.…It is allowed by all that the Supreme God exists necessarily; and by the same necessity he exists always and every where....And thus much concerning God; to discourse of whom from the appearance of things, does certainly belong to Natural Philosophy.3

or --> Blind metaphysical necessity, which is certainly the same always and every where, could produce no variety of things. All that diversity of natural things which we find suited to different times and places could arise from nothing but the ideas and will of a Being, necessarily existing.4

+ I will stand up for God 100% of the time.  I'm not going to sit and let closed minded folks take hope away from widows, mothers of sick children, and folks who lost someone they love.  I try to be a good person and care about people but God is infinitely more merciful than me, and this is why a gap exists. The only way to approach a perfect God as an imperfect man with a sin nature is through Jesus, the son.  Jesus was here and knows what it is like to live in this world and will act as advocate and Judge. 

Jesus said, "I am the good shepherd. I know my sheep and my sheep know me...my sheep listen to my voice. I know them and they follow me. I give them eternal life and they shall never perish; no one can snatch them out of my hand."4


still not sure where I'm at with these guys, but pretty good overall so far...
 Peter_Bradshaw wrote:
{#Heartkiss}  ..... liking it. 7 >>>>>>>>>> 8
 
Same here.  7 to 8 with this listen. 
{#Heartkiss}  ..... liking it. 7 >>>>>>>>>> 8
 Lazarus wrote:

Genesis 38:9—

And Onan knew that the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.

 

7 -> 8

This one is getting better every time I hear it!  {#Dance}
it's a great song and very outstanding. good to play for radio paradise! 
 govna wrote:
I can't stand this chick's voice.

 

It helps if you imagine that he's a guy.

Great song - 10 in my book. 
 fbavent wrote:
 govna wrote:
I can't stand this chick's voice.

 





 
It's an unchick's man's voice. The tenor or pitch of which makes me hit the PSD. 
every time I hear the silversun pickups I love their sound more and more.bought a CD and luv it.music to really listen to, not elevator music.great band imho.
 govna wrote:
I can't stand this chick's voice.

 




I can't stand this chick's voice.
 Lazarus wrote:


Genesis 38:9—

And Onan knew that the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.


Welcome to the Masturbate-a-thon

Did you know that May is National Masturbation Month? It was originally declared in 1995 by Good Vibrations — a San Francisco shop specializing in sex toys, erotic books and adult videos — after Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders was fired by Bill Clinton for responding to a question about masturbation at a UN conference, “I think that is part of human sexuality, and perhaps it should be taught” in the context of sex education classes. Ironically, the president never had intercourse with Monica Lewinsky, but rather, she testified, after she performed incomplete fellatio, he would masturbate into the sink in the Oval Office bathroom, not to mention ejaculating onto her blue dress...

 



 
and if you believe that the tooth fairy and the easter bunny are getting it on in baby bear's bed....
Cynaera (South of Neanderthal)
Posted: Jan 29, 2011 - 22:09
 

So weird. I was in a different application, and this song started and I KNEW it was Silversun Pickups. And I thought I'd commented on it, but I hadn't, so here it is - I LOVE this song. I love this band. I love this sound. Tax return is forthcoming, and much music will be purchased - this CD will be one of them. Thank you, RP. You feed my soul in ways you'll probably never know...
 jules44 wrote:

{#Rolleyes}?? Don't get that at all!

 
I can almost hear it but I never would have thought of that personally. I hear so much Smashing Pumpkins I can't hear anything else in there. I saw these guys in Oakland when they were first getting started and they were so good. Really cool band
 mtwebb wrote:

Holy Collective Soul Ripoff.....is this on purpose?

 
{#Rolleyes}?? Don't get that at all!
Wow, I remember when these guys used to suck. Oh. That was *now* Stripped-down, lean rock doesn't have to be this threadbare and riddled with misery. 
 kcar wrote:

I really loved the singer on a coupla other SP songs, but the novelty that it's a guy has worn off. So has the band's appeal. To each his own. 

 
Saw them in concert recently....out-f*cking-standing!
 ckcotton wrote:
I wonder if this will age better then the Pumpkins... I USED to LOVE them... now they seem very dated.....

 

 
I really loved the singer on a coupla other SP songs, but the novelty that it's a guy has worn off. So has the band's appeal. To each his own. 
 Lazarus wrote:


Genesis 38:9—

And Onan knew that the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.

 


So, do you realize that if Jesus had said; "As my Father took a rib from Adam to create Eve and give her everlasting life in Eden, I give you this rib as a symbol of my body that you might have everlasting live in Heaven."  And then if he'd said; "Take this golden elixir as a symbol of the gilded life you will receive as a reward in Heaven."  We'd all be having BBQ Ribs and Beer in church...  It'd be more like a tailgate party.  Attendance would be way up!

Just thought.
 Lazarus wrote:


Genesis 38:9—

And Onan knew that the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.


Welcome to the Masturbate-a-thon

Did you know that May is National Masturbation Month? It was originally declared in 1995 by Good Vibrations — a San Francisco shop specializing in sex toys, erotic books and adult videos — after Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders was fired by Bill Clinton for responding to a question about masturbation at a UN conference, “I think that is part of human sexuality, and perhaps it should be taught” in the context of sex education classes. Ironically, the president never had intercourse with Monica Lewinsky, but rather, she testified, after she performed incomplete fellatio, he would masturbate into the sink in the Oval Office bathroom, not to mention ejaculating onto her blue dress...

 



 
RT... You're losing it... keep it real


 mtwebb wrote:

Holy Collective Soul Ripoff.....is this on purpose?

 
If it's a collective soul ripoff, they've done a great deal better than that band in terms of sounding damn good.

Waaaaay better than the aforementioned band, in my opinion - vocals better, guitar better, lyrics better, band name cooler, artwork on albums better, just ... better.
the poacher wrote:
 
Religion - being the most malevolent of mind viruses - is something, I for one, would rather not see here on a music site.  
  

Daniel 3:15—

Now if you are ready when you hear the sound of the horn, pipe, lyre, trigon, harp, bagpipe, and every kind of music, to fall down and worship the image that I have made, well and good. But if you do not worship, you shall immediately be cast into a burning fiery furnace. And who is the god who will deliver you out of my hands?


 Lazarus wrote:
Genesis 38:9—

And Onan knew that the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.

 
Religion - being the most malevolent of mind viruses - is something, I for one, would rather not see here on a music site.  
Love the guitar work in this song.
 Dav3thedog wrote:
I've liked everything I've heard from this band.
 
Holy Collective Soul Ripoff.....is this on purpose?


Genesis 38:9—

And Onan knew that the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.


Welcome to the Masturbate-a-thon

Did you know that May is National Masturbation Month? It was originally declared in 1995 by Good Vibrations — a San Francisco shop specializing in sex toys, erotic books and adult videos — after Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders was fired by Bill Clinton for responding to a question about masturbation at a UN conference, “I think that is part of human sexuality, and perhaps it should be taught” in the context of sex education classes. Ironically, the president never had intercourse with Monica Lewinsky, but rather, she testified, after she performed incomplete fellatio, he would masturbate into the sink in the Oval Office bathroom, not to mention ejaculating onto her blue dress...

 


I've liked everything I've heard from this band.
A clean execution. 
I still kinda like this, but I have never been over-exposed...
Kleenex secution.
 chasech5 wrote:
I liked this song better the first time in the 90's when it was called "The World That I Know" by Collective Soul.
 
I can't hear that, but maybe....
I liked this song better the first time in the 90's when it was called "The World That I Know" by Collective Soul.

was quietly ignoring this track but glanced at the corgin references.( i truly hated "moth with chewing gum strings" somebody kill that song! )and you definitely can hear some similarity between the two groups...kinda sorta like a juvenile billy c before the eardrum destroying screeching began...guilty pleasure..i love 2 hate that guy.....then the sob releases Oceania which is now one of my favorite releases of the past couple yrs...i lose again


 I think this will 'date' quicker, as it already has for me  ckcotton wrote:
I wonder if this will age better then the Pumpkins... I USED to LOVE them... now they seem very dated.....

 
 

Sounds nostalgic in a very good way + slick guitar work 
 definitely a keeper!
Love the smooth, easy groove of this song...
This could be on an old Cure album..Faith era or something..not a diss FYI
 Byronape wrote:

1: lacking taste or savor : tasteless

2: lacking in qualities that interest, stimulate, or challenge : dull, flat

This, in my opinion, is not insipid.

 
Yes, definitely sipid.
boring
I'm with Sloggydog in this case!
I don't think SSPU has the ego problem of Billy Corgan.  I love my old Pumpkins, can't stand the current version of Billy.

 
Sloggydog wrote:

Wow really?  I like this and hear the similarity but the Pumpkins dated?  Can't say I agree to that as several 15 year old students wanted a copy of Siamese Dreams when I played it last week.
 


 ckcotton wrote:
I wonder if this will age better then the Pumpkins... I USED to LOVE them... now they seem very dated.....

 
 
Wow really?  I like this and hear the similarity but the Pumpkins dated?  Can't say I agree to that as several 15 year old students wanted a copy of Siamese Dreams when I played it last week.
 DoctorHooey wrote:
I just love their subtle guitar work
 

Definitely a flair for dynamic range in their songs, subtle to bombastic. And Chris is a trip to watch beating the skins.

Bumped from 7 to 8 today!


I wonder if this will age better then the Pumpkins... I USED to LOVE them... now they seem very dated.....

 
 Byronape wrote:

1: lacking taste or savor : tasteless

2: lacking in qualities that interest, stimulate, or challenge : dull, flat

This, in my opinion, is not insipid.
 
yes, sans insipid. 
 cohifi wrote:

is insipid bad?  i forget

 
1: lacking taste or savor : tasteless <insipid food>

2: lacking in qualities that interest, stimulate, or challenge : dull, flat <insipid prose>

This, in my opinion, is not insipid.

Good song! Thanks!
Agreed.  Let's hear it for non-computer generated play lists!
Bill, this right after Elvis.  I love your taste!
 le_colonel wrote:

No, it's what SP would have been w/o a distinct vocalist (and without own inspiration).

This is extremely insipid.


 
is insipid bad?  i forget

oddly enough this tune reminds me of when I lived in Austin TX even the SP wasnt around when I lived in Austin
 crockydile wrote:

It's like what SP could have been without Corgan's retching-cat vocals.

 

No, it's what SP would have been w/o a distinct vocalist (and without own inspiration).

This is extremely insipid.


 Misterfixit wrote:
Am I perverse, or does the cover appear to have a number of inflated condums reaching toward the sky?
 
Stalagtite vs Stalagmite? Could be up or down really. Just appears up on the cover. But yes, you are perverse, but then you're here, right?

 Misterfixit wrote:
Am I perverse, or does the cover appear to have a number of inflated condums reaching toward the sky?
 
A NUMBER of inflated condoms ... THANKS—I thought it was way too much gin or something!
Not to change the subject, but this band is one I can take or leave, mostly. I seem to usually rate their stuff around 6—not offensive but not really grabbing me, either. Good RP filler for me.

 Misterfixit wrote:
Am I perverse, or does the cover appear to have a number of inflated condums reaching toward the sky?
  Y'know, I never noticed that before.  I guess I'm perverse, too. Thanks, Misterfixit - I wondered what made me different from everyone else...


 Misterfixit wrote:
Am I perverse, or does the cover appear to have a number of inflated condums reaching toward the sky?
 
You're perverse but it's what we like about you {#Wink}
It's the singer's voice that does it for me. It's very....90's? The sound is like a guilty pleasure - sort of furtive, sweet, teenageish and back-alley.
Am I perverse, or does the cover appear to have a number of inflated condums reaching toward the sky?
 Hippostar wrote:
Please never play this song again.
 

You did not submit your request in triplicate with certified copies of ID and a small cash cheque... request denied!!!