crowhillian58 (el 02/01/13 a las 1:06 pm)
We won the word at Agincourt. It's ours now. ; )
mfactor88 (el 21/12/12 a las 6:51 am)
down escalators come to deceive you.....actually :) m51 i think he meant they were confusing, sometimes up sometimes down
maryshelleysman (el 16/12/12 a las 11:55 am)
I agree with jaxxstraw......at the time this was truly marvelous.......as if Foxx was in touch with a new aesthetic entirely....in touch with the loneliness and liberation of the cold modern age........architecture of the modern soul......distortion......confusion.......but very interesting nonetheless......songs like No-one driving become increasingly relevant as one rides conveyances driven by computer.........love this.
brian clegg (el 20/10/12 a las 5:48 pm)
I was at school and there was only one of my friends that loved this like i did. His name was Richard Cook.Everyone else was into mod shit and scar and the aftermath of punk. The other kids said that this was gay music and not real! Sad gits, luckily most of the lads i went to school with have either died of a drug overdose, in prison or are stuck in a dysfunctional relationship with their kids going into care. I am free from that thank God
jaxxstraw (el 16/10/12 a las 11:15 am)
It's hard to describe nowadays how exciting this (kind of) music was at the time. It was like listening to the future. Nowadays eletronic music is ubiquitous. Then, it was truly revolutionary.
xyaqua (el 01/10/12 a las 2:20 am)
freaking God Genius electronica. Lao Tzu of music.
Yonahof Jupiter (el 04/08/12 a las 7:03 am)
I was told they like to use French words so they could deliberately miss pronounce them just to aggravate the French.