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From the Album Speak For Yourself
November 1, 2005 | Format: MP3

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I think I had listened to this track three or four times before I realized there are no instruments in it. The audio effects do fill out the sound, but mainly it's just so utterly musical, so full of color and depth... it doesn't come off as showoffy a capella. It's just a beautiful composition, perfectly sung.
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By Peter G on March 23, 2015
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This is one of the more original songs that I've ever heard. It creates a mood, even in the midst of it's apparently nonsensical lyrics. The very meaninglessness of some parts is part of that mood. A great song!
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For an entire month, I couldn't for the life of me get this song out of my head. Don't listen to it if you value your sanity! It's just that good. I have very mixed musical tastes.. but found this song strangely attractive. Little did I know it would lead to my destruction! Now I'm high on Heap!
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I have just been introduced to Imogen Heap on both Sky.fm and Pandora.com. This is the only song I've heard of her work and I love this song. It is smooth, sexy and trance like. I listened to sampling from her other songs on Amazon and plan to buy more of her work soon. Enjoy
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She has several great songs, this is one of my favorites. I first heard her voice on the Garden State Soundtrack. Since then I have listened to a lot of her music, and I generally like everything I hear!
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"Trains & Sewing Machines/All those years/They were here first." This lyric seems to inspire the most attempts to interpret it, none of which I believe are the intent of co-writers Imogen Heap & Ciaran Hamilton. "Trains" are the mechanism of pulling people, places and things apart. "Sewing Machines" are the machines of stitching things to together. So the eternal actions of leaving and fabricating togetherness, of departing and imparting, of pulling away and sewing together, are the arcs of existence that a relationship cannot hope to escape from underneath. Also, this "underneath" imagery is echoed in the oblique reference to 9/11: "This can't be happening/when busy streets amass with people (not "a mess," as most lyrics sites quote)/would stop to hold their heads heavy" (as when destruction rains from the sky; a physical description of a figurative emotional state, which is what the writers use with the phrase "Trains & Sewing Machines").
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The melody is heart wrenching, the lyrics are perfect, and the use of ambient distortion is creative genius. This song was ahead of its time when it was made, and it hasn't lost any of it's impact over time. i generally don't offer praise lightly, and I can't say i've heard a better song made in the past decade.
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Imogen Heap is a musical genius. Beautiful voice and amazing technical skills. See her work with MIT media lab and wired 2012 magic gloves performance.
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