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Modern Nature — Footsteps
Album: How To Live
Avg rating:
6.3

Your rating:
Total ratings: 480









Released: 2019
Length: 5:01
Plays (last 30 days): 4
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Nothing original, Stereolab made this music many years ago.
 murrayn wrote:

I give it a 7, it's currently 6.2, that's too damn low!



If 6.2 is "too damn low" I would suggest a rating higher than 7 to move the ratings meter up a smidge.  

The above comment came from the left side of my brain.  The right side simply likes the tune.
 BillG wrote:


Uh, no. Those are the lyrics to "No Sugar Tonight" by The Guess Who (1970)


Way to flush dm out Bill. Most Canadians would know this too. This is the first time I saw this post or I would have beat you to it.  
 murrayn wrote:

I give it a 7, it's currently 6.2, that's too damn low!


Preach it brother!
I like it! The sax is great and also has hints of Wire in there too.
Lots of Stereolab vibes here (which is meant as a compliment!).  Looking forward to hearing more from this band.  Thanks RP!
Started with 7, finished with 8. Thanks to the sax in the final part.
Nice! ...I never heard of them before. ...Thanx RP!
I give it a 7, it's currently 6.2, that's too damn low!
Sax pushes it to open with a 7 from south of the Willy B.
Interesting blend of various styles - I think I really liked that on first listen...
Bill please stop exposing me to awesome new music, I have albums from 2018 I still haven't checked out... 
 dmcanany wrote:
Possible lyrics:

Lonely feeling deep inside
Find a corner where I can hide
Silent footsteps crowding me
Sudden darkness but I can see

...
 

Uh, no. Those are the lyrics to "No Sugar Tonight" by The Guess Who (1970)
More, please. 
2nd listen and I am sticking with my initial rating of 4.
interesting!
Interesting.  First time I have heard it.  The album art is fantastic.  I'm from the era when we used to read and study the album cover from front to back.
Thank Bill for constantly throwing new stuff at us that makes us sit up and take note and oftentimes say "What the heck?" This one definitely made me look.
Very nice sound.  Love the sax work.  A 5.8 rating is too low !  
When I came here to check, I thought it was going to be Stereolab.  Very excited now to check out the rest of this band's material.
When I have to check the music, I know I'm on to something intriguing. Different and progressive I'd say...
There are now two comments for this song.
Another first today, but there are ratings already.