Midnight Oil

[Powderworks] Kiss that girl

vmw129n at tninet.se vmw129n at tninet.se
Thu Sep 2 03:09:21 MDT 2004


Yesterday I bashed Kiss That Girl for being the least characteristic MO song. 
So of course I went home and listened to it, and realised I was wrong. I 
still think the chorus is a bit dull, but the rest of the song is great 
and full of really groovy bits. I like it and take back everything!
I have to give the award to Shakers and Movers instead, just because I've 
never really liked that one. For me, that is a soul-lacking song on a CD 
where every other song have a strong personality of its own (or what to 
call it...).

Cheers, Fredrik

>----Ursprungligt meddelande----
>Från: vmw129n at tninet.se
>Datum: Sep 1, 2004 10:20:54 AM
>Till: powderworks at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu
>Ärende: Ang: [Powderworks] Oils survey
>Hoy! About me:
>1.  what's your name?  Fredrik
>2.  where do you live?  Sydney, Australia (Swedish though, on a 2-years 
>job down here)
>3.  how old are you?  29
>4.  what do you do for a living?  Biochemistry/biotech scientist
>5.  what was the first song you heard by the Oils?  Blue Sky Mine
>6.  how old were you when you heard it?  14
>7.  what are your two favorite albums, from one extreme to the other?  
>BSM and ESM
>8.  favorite energetic song?  Read about it (live, from Scream in Blue!)
>9.  favorite slow song?  Mountains of Burma
>10.  what song(s) defines the Oils?  MoB, Dead Heart, River runs red, 
>..., ..., ..., so many... 
>11. what song is *least* characteristic of the Oils?  Kiss That Girl
>12.  Martin or Jim?  Them together