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Okay so it’s pretty good - liked it even more than I expected I might, good instrumentation (nice solo part) and vivid lyrical imagery. Glad I spent four minutes to listen to it.

But I’m just really curious where you heard that on the radio
On Alice Cooper’s weekly radio show.
He never plays his own music in there but he did this time.
 

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I really like Honne. Pretty sure no one here has heard of them. Newish band. They have a very mellow, catchy sound. Surprised they aren't more popular -- out of England.

(Risque scenes but nothing against TOS) -- one of my faves, Someone that Loves You:

 

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Here's one from the 80s Mod band Secret Affair.
I imagine I could post just about any song from their "The Very Best of" album and it would qualify for this list as they largely went unknown in the States. Their music is heavily influenced by 60s Motown dance and 60s beatnik jazz with just a slight pinch of 70s punk in the atmosphere of it. They didn't have quite the writing talent of Paul Weller's The JAM, but it's pretty good stuff if you like the Mod genre.
 
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Broken chairs your body conforms to
Out beyond the quieted garden
You can bring the man form into trust
Through the holes in my everydayness
Lends sustenance where starvation's necessary
Cause my head's a dictionary
Of long spring days and the speech of crows
Who themselves are mirrors of apprehensions
In the fallen sun
This one is actually a cover of Neil Young, but I like it better which is a rarity.


Hate was just a legend
And war was never known
The people worked together
And they lifted many stones

And they carried them
To the flatlands
But they died along the way
And they built up
With their bare hands
What we still can't do today
 
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Oh, that's life
Left dripping down the walls
Of a dream that cannot breathe
In this harsh reality
Mass confusion spoon fed to the blind
Serves now to define our cold society
From which we'll rise over love
Over hate
From this iron sky
That's fast becoming our minds
Over fear and into freedom
You just got to hold on!
You just got to hold on!
 

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