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Sinkane — Jeeper Creeper
Album: Mars
Avg rating:
7.1

Your rating:
Total ratings: 2114









Released: 2012
Length: 5:18
Plays (last 30 days): 3
Oh dear Jeeper
you are on my mind
See the ..
Run run run
Sing me a diva
Since you fly
?sun of mine
Oh dear Jeeper

you are on my mind
See the ..
Run run run
Sing me a diva
Since you fly
?sun of mine
Don't be ?
Seek advice
Comments (92)add comment
This has to be just loud enough and then it's perfect!
 jomabu23 wrote:

Yes, thank you.

One can never have too much cheeba.



Oops, just made the mistake of Googling that at work....
 acolt wrote:

If we're going the awesome-music-dumb-lyrics route, we should follow this up with Drinkee by Sofi Tukker.



i'd love that!
Flag: Recommended Swimming Area, Lifeguard on Duty.
Peace.
 jahgirl8 wrote:
Image result for creeping jeep


that's a Toyota.
Nice mood music, I don't care what the lyrics are, the sound is great.
If we're going the awesome-music-dumb-lyrics route, we should follow this up with Drinkee by Sofi Tukker.
 stegokitty wrote:
Truly some of the dumbest lyrics ever but I dig the grrove.
 
I'm seriously questioning the accuracy of the lyrics section, but all the google research seems to concur. In which case, I'm with you..
Truly some of the dumbest lyrics ever but I dig the grrove.
has a nice fleetwood mac hypnotize vibe
 jahgirl8 wrote:
Image result for creeping jeep
 

"Jeeper". How insulting.
Image result for creeping jeep
Check out this band on Tiny Desk. Great feeling. Great highly competent and amusing.
 mikerinella wrote:
MORCHEEBA???

 
Yes, thank you.

One can never have too much cheeba.

 mikerinella wrote:
MORCHEEBA???
 
No...Less Cheeba!
MORCHEEBA???
 zunismyst wrote:

yes, you are right, and, surprisingly I don't need any weed or some similar stuff during those nights

 
but it doesn't hurt 
Peek-a-Boo by Siouxsie and the Banshees would be a nice follow up to this.
 Zep wrote:
Nice grooooooooooooooooove

 
Yes, it is.

This is what I would call post-prog.  It has elements built into a regular song.  
Nice grooooooooooooooooove
 MJdub wrote:
I am having one of those nights where I'm suddenly realizing just how great some songs are, and this one is awesome.  Killer mix, really cool syncopated whammy guitar riff, bass in the face, hypnotic vocals...in the right state of mind this is just about the perfect song.  I guess that goes for any song though, doesn't it?

 
yes, you are right, and, surprisingly I don't need any weed or some similar stuff during those nights
I am having one of those nights where I'm suddenly realizing just how great some songs are, and this one is awesome.  Killer mix, really cool syncopated whammy guitar riff, bass in the face, hypnotic vocals...in the right state of mind this is just about the perfect song.  I guess that goes for any song though, doesn't it?
Weird and confusing. Dunno if it's an 8 or a 5, but I gave it an 8 cause I like being confused {#Biggrin}
 RabbitEars wrote:
for a brief moment, i thought i was listening to fleetwood mac 'hypnotized'. see 1:14
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZeTlMpnfHk#t=1m13s
 

 
I don't have RabbitEars but I hear it too.
 jules44 wrote:

.....whatever.....

 
exactly, that's why filters need changing, especially the wax build-up in the ears {#Cheesygrin}
{#Music}
for a brief moment, i thought i was listening to fleetwood mac 'hypnotized'. see 1:14
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZeTlMpnfHk#t=1m13s
 
 inklip wrote:
That was like listening to good west African jams through a filter that didn't provide many interesting effects, other than stripping away cheerfulness, soul and lively dynamics of both amplitude and melody.

 
.....whatever.....
That was like listening to good west African jams through a filter that didn't provide many interesting effects, other than stripping away cheerfulness, soul and lively dynamics of both amplitude and melody.
 coolpeople_rule wrote:


Understatement can be a very effective tool. We have to take each song for what it is..because it is..what it is, and nothing more.

 
Wow! I read that and heard it in the voice of Morpheus ala The Matrix 
Apparently Dion Sanders likes it. Peace.
Anybody else hear The Jam's "Precious" at the beginning? 
Wow - how about some Lotus after this?
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 ShaunJ wrote:

What about this version?
"Jeepers Creepers" by FRANK SINATRA: Jeepers creepers Where 'd you get those peepers? Jeepers creepers Where'd you get those eyes?

 

Nice...lol  ;)
 coolpeople_rule wrote:


Understatement can be a very effective tool. We have to take each song for what it is..because it is..what it is, and nothing more.



 
What about this version?
"Jeepers Creepers" by FRANK SINATRA: Jeepers creepers Where 'd you get those peepers? Jeepers creepers Where'd you get those eyes?
This was a great soundtrack to watching the sun set on the International Space Station (live ISS video stream at www.ustream.tv/channel/iss-hdev-payload).
 scrubbrush wrote:

cool tune, but i kept waiting for it to "take off"... it didn't. Pleasant enough as background music but never brought itself 'front-and-center'.



 

Understatement can be a very effective tool. We have to take each song for what it is..because it is..what it is, and nothing more.


cool tune, but i kept waiting for it to "take off"... it didn't. Pleasant enough as background music but never brought itself 'front-and-center'.


 Proclivities wrote:
Cool tune.  I am pretty sure this kind of groove pre-dates Fleetwood Mac, but I could see how people hear a resemblance.

 
{#Lol}  {#Yes}
Kind of reminds me of Bare Trees
I like the name...for sure!
Cool tune.  I am pretty sure this kind of groove pre-dates Fleetwood Mac, but I could see how people hear a resemblance.
{#Bananajumprope}.... really getting into this a lot, so good for my ears
 stevesaw wrote:
Sort of FleetwoodMac-ish from the Welsh era. Nice on this freezy-rainy day.

 
If one is going to channel a song... They picked the right one to channel.
smooooth...love that rolling bass line
For sure like the old Fleetwood Mac.  This is great!
People are seriously channelling Hypnotized-era Mac. Man.
Sort of FleetwoodMac-ish from the Welsh era. Nice on this freezy-rainy day.
This song is worth listening to.  I wish the rest of the album was, but it's not.
That was a really smooth rythmic/melodic segue from Childhood's End, Bill. (I shouldn't be surprised anymore, but that one was especially slick.)
ian brown without the attitude? 
Good tune indeed. Loving the guitar.

This song is soooo good for the ears...

Skull Candy and me and RP makes three.......oh yaaa!
where's my board......{#Bounce}
 {#Dance}{#Dancingbanana}{#Bananasplit}AbileneTexas wrote:

Agreed.  Good song. 
 


 unclehud wrote:
digginit.  lots.  (And that guy on the album cover has just claimed the best beach on Mars for ....  I give up; who's flag is that?)

 
In Australia, the Red/Yellow beach flag indicates an area where a lifesaving service is operating (i.e. lifeguards on duty). So you'll be safe swimming on Mars, I guess? :-)
digginit.  lots.  (And that guy on the album cover has just claimed the best beach on Mars for ....  I give up; who's flag is that?)
 Huey wrote:
Bumping this from a 7 to an 8. I'm foot tappin' here.

 
Agreed.  Good song. 
Bumping this from a 7 to an 8. I'm foot tappin' here.
 Ninocka wrote:
It's beautiful! It makes you feel good :)

 
Crap!  I was hoping I was going to be the first to rate this as a "1" but someone beat me to it. 
 mauguima wrote:
Have no idea who's playing the guitar, but he/she certainly has some Malian influence there!

 
I believe the singer is originally from Sudan, which is the other side of that continent.  I am not sure who's playing that guitar part, though.
 unclehud wrote:
Rubber-necked guitar?  You gotta be kidding.  (Off to Wikipedia.)  I like this.  It does sound beachy, so brownie points for matching the cover art.

(edit) Rubber-necked guitar on Adrian Belew's blog.  Not a real instrument, however.

 
the comments made me lol
It's beautiful! It makes you feel good :)
Rubber-necked guitar?  You gotta be kidding.  (Off to Wikipedia.)  I like this.  It does sound beachy, so brownie points for matching the cover art.

(edit) Rubber-necked guitar on Adrian Belew's blog.  Not a real instrument, however.
Likin' it alot!

marvelous...  love it...
 
 mostling wrote:
A real Durutti Column kind of vibe going on here

 
A lot happier and peppier vibe than the DC stuff I remember. Maybe Vini Reilly discovered reggae and SSRIs. 
Love Mr Belew! - I plan on seeing him while he's touring this summer with Nine Inch Nails.

k-man wrote:

Indeed. Like Amadou, they use those rubber-necked guitars. I believe Adrian Belew found one of those guitars in a pawn shop when he was a kid.

 


 grant wrote:
Yep - shades of Amadou and Mariam 

mauguima wrote:
Have no idea who's playing the guitar, but he/she certainly has some Malian influence there!

 



 
Indeed. Like Amadou, they use those rubber-necked guitars. I believe Adrian Belew found one of those guitars in a pawn shop when he was a kid.
A real Durutti Column kind of vibe going on here
Yep - shades of Amadou and Mariam 

mauguima wrote:
Have no idea who's playing the guitar, but he/she certainly has some Malian influence there!

 


Not so keen on this one...

....mmmm 
I find it very -- interesting, Captain...

very cool...
Willie Nelson did it first {wrote it?}
It's a good song no matter who sings it.
Craig
Have no idea who's playing the guitar, but he/she certainly has some Malian influence there!

...great bass beat going here


Chill and spicy at the same time.

Cool and sweet!

Everybody in my church be dancing...  love it...
 

Wow...  awesome bass line...  great echo effect...  very groovy melody...  love it...
 
Was a 7... now an 8.
Great intro, instrumentally it's very nice, but I give the vocals a disappointed "meh".
This is growing on me. Bill, can we hear more from this group?
Cool layers, Amazing production
Is that a steel guitar in there? 
 a_genuine_find wrote:
1st comment with nothing to really say
 
...and then I'm compelled to ask... Why comment?
Good song, the guitar and the harmo remind me Yello ;-)
Nice and smooth...  {#Bananasplit}
nice guitar!  {#Cowboy}
Pretty mellow. I like it
Catchy...love to hear new stuff.
I like it