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Originally Posted by MikeTbob *hilarious* How in the world did you find that? Genuinely a number 1 hit over here in 1976. I remember it from my childhood. It explains ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post

    *hilarious*
    How in the world did you find that?
    Genuinely a number 1 hit over here in 1976. I remember it from my childhood. It explains much.

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    uhmm...that was pretty damn catchy.
    You'll wake up humming it tomorrow
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    Grace Potter and The Nocturnals - "Medicine" LIVE - YouTube

    this song isn't brilliant or anything, but it's quite catchy, and serves as a good illustration of how Grace's voice can make a simple song be awesome.

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    Hi all. I installed Clementine, a sort of Amarok fork, and I connected it to Jamendo. There's some gems of free music like for example Roger Subirana Mata.

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    I like the lyrics and harmonies. Generally, head-banger music and I don't get along, but I gave this one a thumbs-up.
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    Love this one but I can't stop with this song already (1996?), maybe if I pass my earworm onto someone else it'll leave me be for a few days.
    This was their best and most popular song.


    And of course, the WIKI:
    Cumbersome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "Cumbersome" boasts aggressive, universal lyrics which describe regret over a couple's separation, particularly a woman's disinterest in her significant other. It also arguably highlights the group's songwriting abilities with unique lines such as "She calls me Goliath and I wear the David mask."[2] Aiding the song's catchy melody, its chorus features a rapid succession of rhymes including "Too heavy too light, too black or too white, too wrong or too right, today or tonight/Cumbersome." The song opens with guitar chords which are strummed conventionally and then strummed muted between every chord transition. This pattern carries on throughout the song. "Cumbersome"'s prominent bassline is highlighted during the bridge and also provides a sense of liveliness to the song.
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    A classic that has been Wurzeled and another one and these are truly great. I think I may have to treat myself to this album

    Yep, I'm definitely getting this album!
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