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if My Bloody Valentine had tea with Peter Gabriel and Thomas Dolby inside of Jesus Jones satellite while in orbit over India.
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Lyrics
elation in spite of distance
supercedes all resistance
doesn't care about the hands of time
the hands of time
from the ground we could not see
crashed before reaching energy
found the things that we did not build
we did not build

hey confessor moon, hope to see you soon
we're not far apart, confessor moon

wavelengths the perfect supply
blending the truth and the lies
at best your vision is blurred
your visions blurred
the mission remain silent
keep it nice and quiet
until they need our fear, need our fear
they need our fear

hey confessor moon, hope to see you soon
we're not far apart, confessor moon
Song Stats
Hits: 4613
Comments: 22
Fans: 6
Plays: 246
Downloads: 193
Votes: 18
Uploaded: Nov 22, 2005 - 02:58:00 AM
Last Updated: Nov 22, 2005 - 01:26:11 AM Last Played: Apr 01, 2017 - 03:17:25 AM
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Hardware:
drums, bass, guitar, vocals, keys, casio for beats
Software:
cubase, protools, reason, t-racks
Comments
mandolinquent said 4203 days ago (November 22nd, 2005)
It was the alluring title...
... that drew me to it out of the "Rate Me" column, and I consider
myself well rewarded. Veeeery nice production. Very nice song. Very
good Mike Edwards-ish vocals. My only nit pick would be the sliced up
vocals at the end which sound a bit odd, but I'm sure could get used to
them. (That and the absence of capital letters... ) Welcome to
MacJames. I hope you can share some of your experience with the rest
of us...
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springclock said 4203 days ago (November 22nd, 2005)
It was the alluring title...
Thanks for your kind words. The vocals sound sliced but are actually gated to
death since I record in my not always so sound proof dining room. You get to
really hear those babies open and close at the end. Crank it loud enough and
you can feel the speakers breathe with the gate. Mike Edwards is definitely an
influence and I am happy to wear that on my sleeve. Thanks for lending your
ears. Cheers!!!!

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jiguma said 4203 days ago (November 22nd, 2005)
Welcome to MacJams!
Mando's post in chat directed me here. Nice job - interesting musically and lyrically. Especially enjoyed the harmonies and that reversed (?) guitar. Looking forward to hearing more from you both. Welcome to MacJams!
Neil
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jmogielnicki@wes said 4202 days ago (November 23rd, 2005)
fantastic
The vocals in this song are amazing and I'm glad you decided to give
them a little solo time there at the end. Also that reverse guitar effect
is perfect. The thing I'm most impressed about with this song though
is the production, it all fits together seamlessly and sounds great.

Did you record everything together in your dining room, or each track
separately?

I'm defintely downloading this. Very impressive.
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springclock said 4202 days ago (November 23rd, 2005)
fantastic
I play all the parts myself a track at a time in my dining room. Except the synth
part was done by my good friend Michael Saul.

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mindscaper said 4201 days ago (November 24th, 2005)
pretty good
nice riff. i think its the bass part that does it for me. another good one.
keep it up.
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jhenny said 4201 days ago (November 24th, 2005)
Well Done!
Nice to hear a well crafted song with a strong hook.
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dajama said 4199 days ago (November 25th, 2005)
Nicely put together
Nicely put together song; great production. It has a nice cohesive feeling,
and I love the bass. The backwards guitar is particularly cool because it is
musical, as opposed to gimmicky. Like the lyrics too. Nice job.
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aclarke said 4196 days ago (November 29th, 2005)
must confess
I should have listened to this three days ago. This is a damn cool song!
Very hip vocal with a wicked dynamic guitar solo. Really liked the gated
vocal at the end...on fact, there wasn't much I didn't like. Good one!
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Del said 4185 days ago (December 10th, 2005)
You too
Reminds me of U2. Nice track.
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jakgetar69 said 4178 days ago (December 16th, 2005)
Incredible Song
I am honestly speechless this is so great!!!!
Easily the best song I have heard on MacJams.
Jack Betz
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jakgetar69 said 4178 days ago (December 16th, 2005)
PS
PS amazing reverse delay effect.
I just bought a stompbox with one of those.
aren't FX great?
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perceptualvortex said 4178 days ago (December 16th, 2005)
Awesome
Really nicely done. The chorus especially rocks, and I really like the psychedelic solo bridge.
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said 4160 days ago (January 4th, 2006)
I
I believe you can fly! Someone in this band has spirtual conectivity?
alley-oop said 4160 days ago (January 4th, 2006)
great tune
very much more punch thsn most tunes, everything is top notch. great job! all instruments, vocals, lyrics production!
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eltopo said 4151 days ago (January 13th, 2006)
Hadn't thought of Jesus Jones for a while...
... but this has that husky Mike edwards thing going on. That early 90s
vibe is due a comeback for sure, and that's a good thing.

Massive sound on this really polished production.
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TobinMueller said 4141 days ago (January 23rd, 2006)
Impressionistic post-modern pop
I dig the bass line and like how it is mixed. And the guitar solo is perfect,
musical yet nonconforming, and emotionally intellectual. The tune is a
great pop mix of feel-good partial analysis that dances around an exact
critique of self or society yet hints at both self-rationalizations as well as
alienation and angst. Plus, it would be great as a soundtrack song (the
true pop art of our day). Very well done. It captures more, and less, and
is rather perfectly balanced between.
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samuelhudson said 4116 days ago (February 17th, 2006)
The vocals rock !
the chorus its my favorite part
are you using real drums?, the sound its just great.
i love the guitar effect in the solo, the paning.
excellent production
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PsychoBabe said 4020 days ago (May 24th, 2006)
Me again.
Yes. I'm an instant fan, just tell me where to buy, and I'll be
recommending!
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algabatz said 4018 days ago (May 26th, 2006)
Fantastic production
I really liked the chorus and the drums. There's some Pink Floyd in that guitar solo too. Not sure i understand the lyrics, but it's very poetic and what the hell %u2014 i'm Swedish ;-)
Downloaded.
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Wildcat said 3982 days ago (July 1st, 2006)
Professionel
Sound is very Professionel.A realy good song. Well done.
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sombrant said 3849 days ago (November 11th, 2006)
Dude
The Spring Clock stuff is just awesome!! I think it may my favorite stuff of your career. Great production and performance. This song is so damned hooky!

peace
r
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