Label: Melbourne Underground Development - MUD003 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop • Style: Acid, Abstract, Big Beat, Glitch, Techno, Electro, Drum n Bass
Me, I prefer unpopular song. Rod was an ambitious lad, splitting his time between the Faces and his solo work and somehow managing to put out both a Faces album and a solo album nearly every year. But what a motley assortment of tunes! I knew a woman named Grace once, and the only amazing thing about her was her ability to lie through her tooth.
Then those muffled drums come in and the song picks up a little propulsion, and Powell plays a very sweet violin solo. Then the song stops and the boys commence humming.
Until first Stewart, then the piano, and finally the rest of the band come back in, kicking it as hard ever. And then some more stuff happens, but who cares? I like a fucking drum solo! Not only did they capture the awkward transition to The Even Bigger Picture - Various - Every Picture Tells A Story: Volume 3 they promised that this passage would be filled with sex, wanderlust, and more sex.
I wanted to be a likable rogue with an irresistible cackle and my very own Maggie May, just as I wanted to fall in love with a beautiful Asian woman on the Peking ferry. It will always remain inexplicable to me where genius goes.
It was left to us, the innocent bystanders, to wonder what had become of what was best in them. And while unlike Maggie May I have The Sixth Communion - Rotting Christ - The Mystical Meeting desire to wreck his bed I would like to kick Roderick David Stewart in the head, and by so doing perhaps knock some sense into him.
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