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Artist: Plaid

Album: Doube Figure

Appears On (Mixes): The Opposite Of Smoke Is Egg Whites

Song Notes: Plaid is a band I don't actually know anything about. To be honest, I'm not sure how I got this mp3 originally; my guess is that it was sent via the Chris Morris group back in the days of Audiogalaxy, when group members could send songs to the entire group—I got some great songs that way, like "Leper in a Tumbledryer" by Ashfordaisyak, for example. I came across it in my collection when about a year ago, on a whim, I made 4 or so mix CDs for my friend Dale out of mp3s I set my player to randomly select, and I'd go through and prune out the ones I knew for a fact he'd hate, but things I didn't know stayed in for the most part. One time, we were out driving with one of the CDs in the player, and this song came on. He asked me what it was, and I had to admit that I had no idea in the slightest. I noted the length of the track, and when I got home, sorted my mp3 collection by time and listened to songs in the 5-minute range until I hit it. And this is it. And it's really a great song. From a search, it's apparently on the album Double Figure from WARP. I think I should definitely pick it up; the only other Plaid MP3 I have is their remix of "All Is Full Of Love" by Björk, which is also very good, although contains a sound that sounds exactly like my cel phone vibrating against my desk. (I know it wasn't the cel phone because the last time I listened to their mix of "All Is Full Of Love", I kept touching my phone to make sure, and it was silent except for the one time it turned out I actually was receiving a call, when it sounded like that particular noise had moved into the foreground.) - Rev. Syung Myung Me

 

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