Thunderbird (6:39)

Cover of Adam and Eve

From Adam and Eve and 1 other release

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  • KuriousBanana

    When I first heard Elbow's "Asleep in the Back", Catherine Wheel was the first band that came to mind, closely followed by Talk Talk. It's called influence and it's how every band evolves their sound.

    3 Jan 2012 Reply
  • PFGrifter

    Tim Friese-Greene played keyboards on this album.. of course theyre aware of talk talk

    31 Jul 2011 Reply
  • OLdSKuul62

    @ thoth-44 (first shout ) I am sure that Mark Hollis and Tim Friese-Greene, from Talk Talk would thank you for the compliment . I have heard an awful lot of Talk Talk's Laughing Stock LP used in several songs on several LP's by Catherine Wheel . A lot more than I would have thought .

    27 Jul 2011 Reply
  • OLdSKuul62

    Is it me or do the drums and a lot of the way this song is composed sound an awful lot like Talk Talk from the Laughing Stock LP ? Me thinks there was a rather large Talk Talk influence on this band . ( Not a bad thing - I am a Talk Talk fan too ) Check the compositions of these 2 tracks . Talk Talk - Ascension Day - OR - Talk Talk - New Grass

    24 Jul 2011 Reply
  • oldskis

    all time favorite song.

    28 Apr 2010 Reply
  • thoth-44

    This song is about the mismanagement of the commodity of Truth in common cultural discourse,systemically deformed by the quick-and -easy rubric of perception that postmodernism has used to degrade human connectedness.

    29 Nov 2009 Reply
  • thoth-44

    A composition as perfect in its architectural complexity and brilliance as Radiohead's 'Paranoid Android'

    11 Nov 2009 Reply
  • sydbourne

    this is beautiful...

    12 Apr 2009 Reply

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