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  • nieg_ha

    yay britpop!

    Sunday morning
  • moonbaby9307

    Morgan C. Hoax, Dan Abnormal, Lee Jaxsam, and Trevor Dewane

    April 2014
  • PFGrifter

    live @ peel acres version from the "on your own" single is a monster.. graham in prime form

    March 2013
  • Oriol1992

    I correct myself after two years LOL The ''bowieness'' in this song happens to be a sample

    October 2012
  • yaxartes_river

    No, no, I absolutely dislike version in video. Album version is much more powerful IMHO.

    June 2012
  • Pat-John

    It kinda reminds me of PJ Harvey's "Down by the Water"

    June 2011
  • ronan2209

    @Detectiveli: This is the right tag....

    May 2011
  • Detectiveli help to correct, please ;)

    January 2011
  • Oriol1992

    so bowie xdd

    July 2010
  • DrBlur

    their weakest single, by far...decent song but weak

    April 2010
  • AndrewBrannan

    Its alright i guess, But come on, They had a lot better songs on the self titled album that could have been released as a single. Songs such as Look Inside America, Movin' On, I'm Just A Killer, Country Sad Ballad Man, etc.

    January 2010
  • HalaGorani

    it's not really a Bowie reference more the entirety of the song with different lyrics and Coxon's guitar over the top

    December 2009
  • ehsteve14

    except it's way better than anything off of Pablo Honey...

    November 2009
  • Dysrianism

    for some reason (the guitar especially) this song reminds me of Pablo Honey-era Radiohead :S

    October 2009
  • neumeau

    clip shot in sydney! interesting how the city has changed since it was made...

    October 2009
  • vashypoo

    does anyone have a copy of the video version of the song? it's listed as the "road version" on the US version of the single, but all i can seem to find is the stupid Alan Moulder Road Version that came with the Singles box set a few years back. HELP A BROTHER OUT.

    January 2009
  • MrCook2u

    The guitar effect at the start is actually achieved through use of a tremolo pedal (or so I read in a guitar mag once). Apparently if you switch the pedal on and off quickly it creates the glitchy effect you hear on Grahams guitar.

    November 2008
  • scott_sea

    One great song..

    October 2008
  • josecharts

    I also like this one too. It IS small and catchy!

    October 2008
  • anguibev


    September 2008
  • dedovurlio

    here comes tomorrow

    July 2008
  • pixipe

    you mean harmonics...

    April 2008
  • john_lodge

    I prefer the video (single?) version though (slightly faster, better guitar at the opening and better harmonies throughout)

    February 2008