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thenewno2 — Never Too Late
Album: Beautiful Creatures OST
Avg rating:
6.6

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Total ratings: 1653









Released: 2013
Length: 4:04
Plays (last 30 days): 4
It all gets late, a spiritual lane
Of visions in the way
I'm watching them pray
A spiritual lane
Visions of the way
I watch them all change
I'm watching as they ṗray

It's never too late
It's never too late
It's never too late
To throw it all away
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
To throw it all away
Yeah

The lovers, they wait
To decide the faith,
Well what can I say?
It's never too late
What's it's gonna take
To disguise the faith?
What can I say?

It's never too late
(never too late, never)
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
To throw it all away
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
To throw it all away
Yeah

It's never too late
(never too late, never)
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
It's never too late
(never too late, never)
To throw it all away

Visions of the way
(never too late, never)
Visions of the way
(never too late, never)
Visions of the way
(never too late, never)
To throw it all away
Yeah, yeah
Comments (64)add comment
 SnapDragon66 wrote:

Try asking your smart speaker to play a song by this band!! They/it (?!) just doesn't understand!!


I've circumvented this problem by deciding that I will never have a "smart" speaker.  Why would I want someone or something listening in to my everyday life?
 markthecarp wrote:

I was vacuuming the carpet when this came on.  Had to stop because I could hear it.  Surprised it could carry over the machine noise.  I got a Flashback from '72.  No not just a fond memory.  Closest thing to a real one I ever had.  It was more like watching the sunset over the water in I.V and the lift you get from the first doob of a day that began with 350 mics and a tequila sunrise for breakfast at dawn.  It made me nostalgic for the stamina and sense of abandon I once had.



It's never too late!
No More Buffalo followed by Never Too Late. I see what you did there DJ William! Truly, nobody but RadioParadise would make such a dissonant transition, and make it work so well.
Try asking your smart speaker to play a song by this band!! They/it (?!) just doesn't understand!!
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:

Well that is a silly comment!

Zak Starkey is a great drummer and Stella McCartney is an Internationally recognised fashion designer.

And anyway... just because you don't have a particular 'talent' doesn't mean you are less of a human being.


Not to mention of the musical contributions of Sean and Julian Lennon.
Yes - this is good stuff! Have loved it since I first heard it…
I was vacuuming the carpet when this came on.  Had to stop because I could hear it.  Surprised it could carry over the machine noise.  I got a Flashback from '72.  No not just a fond memory.  Closest thing to a real one I ever had.  It was more like watching the sunset over the water in I.V and the lift you get from the first doob of a day that began with 350 mics and a tequila sunrise for breakfast at dawn.  It made me nostalgic for the stamina and sense of abandon I once had.
 kazoo wrote:



A dung beetle (Beatle)?


Baldrick?
 DeemerDave wrote:

You might want to check-out Sean Lennon in the Lennon-Claypool Delirium.



You forget Julian. Quite the gifted songwriter/musician and the older half-brother to Sean.
 MojoJojo wrote:

WHO WORKS FOR NUMBER 2?




A dung beetle (Beatle)?
 Aud wrote:


Don't you mean "Who does No 2 work for?"


Are you quoting the Prisoner or Austin Powers? 
 MojoJojo wrote:

WHO WORKS FOR NUMBER 2?



Don't you mean "Who does No 2 work for?"
 ebanzai wrote:
You are number six.
 
I'm not a number I'm a free man.....
You are number six.
I love this song and finally just rated it and JUST NOW NOTICED that it's on the OST of a film...which I have never seen. But I loved the book! And I can see how this song would fit the soundtrack.
 Jackalope1 wrote:
Love the chord changes in this, especially when it hits that mysterious minor 7 or what ever you call it. George would be proud.
 
It's the tritone, the devil's interval! Very nicely used, I'd say.
The majority of this album is earworthy.
Not digging the intended dissonance contained within
Love the chord changes in this, especially when it hits that mysterious minor 7 or what ever you call it. George would be proud.
 black321 wrote:
Well at least one of the Beatles' kids has got some talent. 
 
You might want to check-out Sean Lennon in the Lennon-Claypool Delirium.
 black321 wrote:
Well at least one of the Beatles' kids has got some talent. 
 
Agreed.  Don’t care for this at all. 
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:

Well that is a silly comment!

Zak Starkey is a great drummer and Stella McCartney is an Internationally recognised fashion designer.

And anyway... just because you don't have a particular 'talent' doesn't mean you are less of a human being.
 
wat about sean and julian? even jason bonham drums with fury in the shadow of his father. being the new number two would suck i think.
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:

Well that is a silly comment!

Zak Starkey is a great drummer and Stella McCartney is an Internationally recognised fashion designer.

And anyway... just because you don't have a particular 'talent' doesn't mean you are less of a human being.

 
Good comment, kudos for the empathy or whatever. 

BTW, I just got this CD and it is amazing work.
 black321 wrote:
Well at least one of the Beatles' kids has got some talent. 

 
Well that is a silly comment!

Zak Starkey is a great drummer and Stella McCartney is an Internationally recognised fashion designer.

And anyway... just because you don't have a particular 'talent' doesn't mean you are less of a human being.
 lemmoth wrote:
Why haven't I gotten more thenewno2 records yet?  What's wrong with me?  These guys are terrific.  Great genes and great supporting cast and great influrences.  Go Dhani Go.

 
I am liking this more and more with subsequent listens.
Well at least one of the Beatles' kids has got some talent. 
Superb.  Great to hear that the genes have passed down in the right direction.  The apple didn't fall far from the tree, as it were.  Only a 6.5 rating here?  That can't be right?
 MojoJojo wrote:
WHO WORKS FOR NUMBER 2?

 
Who's on 1st.
 dew34 wrote:
Can't you just hear George thru his son?

 
Yes, George is there for sure....
Can't you just hear George thru his son?
 boober wrote:

Lookout for No. 1
But don't step in No. 2 
 
If There are only No. 1ns , it would be very boring! And who will choose?
 MojoJojo wrote:
WHO WORKS FOR NUMBER 2?

 

The short, mute guy
Actually, I think it is too late.  The question really is this:  will it ever end?
||: It's never too late :||
I liked this the first few times I heard it but I seem to find myself knocking it down another point every time I hear it now.
 boober wrote:  Reference: The Prisoner
 https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061287/  (Who are you?) "The new#2." (Who is #1) "You are #6! 

Lookout for No. 1
But don't step in No. 2 

 


<vomiting smile>
Signs of wear 'n' tear creeping in...over played me thinks.....so dropping from an 8 - 6. Pity, was really impressed with this initially
fredriley's got brilliant perspective (as usual), I keep thinking of Bernard Herrmann themed mid-century potboilers
This is really, really good!  Powerful...hypnotic...jamming...and brimming with energy!  Really digging the guitars in there this time!
 MojoJojo wrote:
WHO WORKS FOR NUMBER 2?
 
Lookout for No. 1
But don't step in No. 2 
Hate to say if, but this track is growing on me in all the wrong ways...like back hair, or poison ivy rash.
I hear George....an awesome track!
sorry but i have to. 14 times in 15 days. it actually IS too late.
Get's better every time I hear it.
"We want... information... information..."
 Dav3thedog wrote:

I agree!
 
Chrissy Hindeish, but not. Sweeter edge than that. First time heard and it's working for me.
 MJMJ wrote:
Garbagy (but not in a bad way)

 
I agree!
The only bad thing about this track is that they don't sell it as a single—you have to buy the whole Beautiful Creatures soundtrack to get it.
Garbagy (but not in a bad way)
Liking it a lot! Cosmic mixture.
..newno1, is more like it if they keep up with this kind of output..8! & almost sure to spike upwards..
I'm liking the diversity of their sound.  Wasn't really paying attention and thought this was Silversun Pickups.  Neato.{#Cheesygrin}
 fredriley wrote:
The band name is undoubtedly a homage to the cult TV series The Prisoner, the title sequence (video) of which always includes:

"Who are you?"
"I am the new number two"
"Who is number one?"
"You are number six"

In each episode, there is a new No. 2, with a new actor, in a clear allegory to the role of changing politicians fronting the unchanging real holders of power.

Fine song, fine segue from the Dandy Warhols. 8 from the Nottingham jury. Be seeing you ;)
 
Brilliant series. Scared the hell out of me as a young boy. 
The band name is undoubtedly a homage to the cult TV series The Prisoner, the title sequence (video) of which always includes:

"Who are you?"
"I am the new number two"
"Who is number one?"
"You are number six"

In each episode, there is a new No. 2, with a new actor, in a clear allegory to the role of changing politicians fronting the unchanging real holders of power.

Fine song, fine segue from the Dandy Warhols. 8 from the Nottingham jury. Be seeing you ;)
 ajlept wrote:
George would be proud.
 
Yes, he would. He plays the same structural elements that George did which is remarkable considering they were only together for such a short time. Smart kid with lotsa potential!! Good job George!     {#Cheers}
WHO WORKS FOR NUMBER 2?
A bit repetitive, but quite enjoyable. 
This is a relatively conventional song for these guys from what I saw of their live performance.
{#Cheers}
George would be proud.
 lemmoth wrote:
Why haven't I gotten more thenewno2 records yet?  What's wrong with me?  These guys are terrific.  Great genes and great supporting cast and great influrences.  Go Dhani Go.
 
i need to rectify that myself.
Wow!
 
Why haven't I gotten more thenewno2 records yet?  What's wrong with me?  These guys are terrific.  Great genes and great supporting cast and great influrences.  Go Dhani Go.