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Crazy

From the Album St. Elsewhere
May 3, 2011 | Format: MP3

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I remember when I first heard this song, I knew it was going to be huge. It is beautiful, haunting, dance-able, and so much more. There is just something about it that is very special, and unique. Gnarls Barkley has a lot of great songs on their albums as well, that didn't get radio play. I recommend checking out all of their material.
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I can't remember which summer was dominated by this hit... 2006? But anyways, it became a hit for good reason, the lyrics are witty, interesting, and original. The vocals work rather well with the song, and the music seems to although fit rather nicely with the song.

So overall, one of those songs that comes out of nowhere and surprises you. And this song is surprising. If you have never heard it before, you might want to give it a try. But, some will not like it, while others will love it. It's a hit or miss song.

But if you love this song, or you hate this song, give The Kook's cover of the song a try. They give it a very interesting, and unique acoustic take to the song. And, the added British vocals give the song another level of charm.
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This is one of those songs that gets in your head and takes up residence. What makes it really different is that it's not just catchy--it's haunting. The lyrics are in the seemingly clear-minded voice of a man describing how he lost his sanity. There is nearly a sense of joy as he describes his descent into madness, and the music succeeds in conveying the creepy tension of these two opposing realms. This song transcends genre and will appeal to fans of all kinds of music because it hits a nerve, it gets it right and it sounds great doing it.
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By HK on January 11, 2012
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Cee-Lo is outstanding..what more can I say. I've been buying most of my music from Amazon lately as it is very easy to do and I don't need to download any players or what not from the other guy..i-something right?
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Heard it performed on The Voice by Melanie Martinez and just had to find the original.
Melanie's rendition was really good but Barkley's is just outstanding;.
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I had no knowledge of Gnarls Barkley (and only passing knowledge of Cee-Lo's work with Goodie Mob) when I first heard the song "Crazy" when watching its music video on MTV. Talk about a stunning first impression. This video is, essentially, a transforming Rorschach test showing morphing images of Cee-Lo singing, intermingled with fellow GB partner, DJ Danger Mouse, working the beats and a variety of other visuals.

The captivating nature of the video gives in a good review. When the new-style music and lyrics composed by Danger Mouse and Cee-Lo's eclectic falsetto voice, you have one of 2006's best songs.
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Ceelo Green sings as part of a duo known as Gnarls Barkley. I only know Ceelo from 'The Voice' and am not that familiar with his work. And, frankly, I did not realize that it was Ceelo singing the buttery, velvet tones on this record. A great story was told about coming of age without the need for shouting or singing notes that the writer did not pen as many young singers seem to do today. This is a straight-out great performance!
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had to get this for my kindle fire hd,,, my friends and I love this song, and all the cd's I bought from Amazon were put on my kindle fire hd for free which is great.... thought I would use my kindle for just books,,, but love the music, games and hot love stories.. at 56 and never getting old, this song rocks for books , songs and games see my reviews. but this is my favorite song or at least one of them.... lol
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