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Interpol — The Heinrich Maneuver
Album: Our Love To Admire
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Released: 2007
Length: 3:28
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How are things on the West Coast?
I hear you moving real fine
You wear those shoes like a dove
Now strut those shoes
We'll go roaming in the night
Well, how are things on the West Coast?
You keep it moving to your soul's delight
Now, I've tried the brakes
I've tried but you know it's a lonely ride
How are things on the West Coast?
Oh, and move heaven behind those eyes

Today my heart swings
Yeah, today my heart swings

But I don't want to take your heart
And I don't want a piece of history
No, I don't want to read your thoughts anymore
My God

'Cause today my heart swings
Yeah, today my heart swings

How are things on the West Coast?
Hear you moving real fine tonight
You wear those shoes, I decide
Oh, strut those shoes
We'll go roaming in the night
Well, how are things on the West Coast?
Yeah, but you're an actress I don't identify

Today my heart swings
Yeah, today my heart swings
Say it

But I don't want to play the part
And I don't want a taste of victory
No, I don't want to read your thoughts anymore
My God

'Cause today my heart swings
Yeah, today my heart swings

Say it
'Cause today my heart swings
Yeah, today my heart swings

Let it come
'Cause I've got a chance for a sweet saint life
I said, I've got a dance and you'll do just fine
Well, I've got a plan
Look forward in my eyes
Let it come
Well, I've got a chance for a sweet saint life
I said I've got a dance
It moves into the night
Well, I've got a plan
Look forward in my eyes

Well, today my heart swings
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So let's talk about Interpol. Much of their music sounds so similar. And yet, 'The Heinrich Maneuver' just might be a song you listen to in 10 or 20 years. It's that good. Now that is a laughable remark given the stick-titude of classical music and bop, but I'll stick to it.
Ahh, nothing like the real thing...go home Editors, Interpol is back!
Frater_Kork wrote:
Not to be a complete nerd or anything, but I was under the assumption that Male Lions tend to loaf around in the back, eyeing the harem while some of the females go on the hunt. Maybe these are modern progressive lions. ;)
well its still a way cool cover. i wish we still had album covers, this cover would be great. And don't worry the statement above doesn't make you a nerd. you were one anyone. its only a joke....
Not to be a complete nerd or anything, but I was under the assumption that Male Lions tend to loaf around in the back, eyeing the harem while some of the females go on the hunt. Maybe these are modern progressive lions. ;)
horstman wrote:
This band continues to get more popular. Unfortunately, this translates into music that is more mainstream and therefore, easier for the masses to digest. That said, it is less palatable to its "original" audience. Kinda reminds me of Our Lady Peace. They used to be a great band, full of energy with their first album "Naveed". Then they became popular, and now I can't even listen to them. I hope Interpol doesn't follow this game plan. They will make a lot of money and that's important but musical integrity has merit too. It's not always financial though.
Some bands do migrate toward the mainstream. And I'm sure you're right about Interpol doing that, but maybe the mainstream is migrating toward the band... Sure, if they're in a rut maybe they need to move on but you can't blame them for exploring their signature sound one more time. Or Joy Division's signature sound. Whatever.
This band continues to get more popular. Unfortunately, this translates into music that is more mainstream and therefore, easier for the masses to digest. That said, it is less palatable to its "original" audience. Kinda reminds me of Our Lady Peace. They used to be a great band, full of energy with their first album "Naveed". Then they became popular, and now I can't even listen to them. I hope Interpol doesn't follow this game plan. They will make a lot of money and that's important but musical integrity has merit too. It's not always financial though.
This song sounds way different then what I'm used to hearing on FM... another headphones vs. car stereo/broadcast issue, or is this some different mix?