Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by etcetera, Feb 2, 2016.
Here is the live-version were Paul sings the F-word
Okay, I'm going to have to turn off Van Morrison (sorry, Van) and listen to these.
I was actually listening to ny fellow swedes the gorgeous First aid kit when all this started. Comes highly recomended
The first two preview tracks were relatively "safe" crowd pleasers -- a Macca rocker and a Macca piano ballad -- so it would make sense that the third track might be something a little different, perhaps even something that might rankle some fans. I am convinced that we are being carefully shielded from the best tracks on Egypt Station -- to ensure maximum possible critical and fan euphoria when the whole thing is unleashed.
I LOVE this one. Right down my alley.
Here is another one
You are probably right. Even though sir Paul himself said I don t know was a favorite of his.
Because I like much if the things I have heard from Ryan Tedder I have high hopes for Fuh You-if it s a catchy song this will be fun.
But perhaps a bit dividing among fans
Wow! Fan Euphoria? We might pass out with happiness when we hear this thing!
This thing better be great Sean!
You can find them all here..
Off The Ground: Complete Works - YouTube
It s goin to be fuhing euphoric.
Time square will be filled with people carrying Egypt Station signs and singing People want peace hand ib hand. The same phenomen will happen all over the world
Now if it’s anything less than stranded-on-a-desert-island-but-you-only-get-to-take-one-record-with-you quality I’m going to be disappointed.
I say, if the album is anything less than euphoric we demand that Sean reimburse us for any and all Egyptian Station purchases we make, leading us on like he has .
I think that's only fair, given his as yet unproven assessment of the album.
Upon hearing Sean’s declaration I myself have pre-ordered an additional 7 different copies of the album to prepare myself for maximum Euphoria
On that note Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey wasn't released as a hit single until a good three months after Ram came out.
Imagine the surprise hearing it from the album for the very first time without any advanced notice.
Saving the best for last indeed.
Good for you.
Just keep your receipts so you can forward them on to Sean, if the album is anything less than the greatest album released in the history of mankind.
I value Sean's opinion so I'll expect nothing less than that "greatest album", or he will hear from my lawyers, for my pain and suffering due to his misleading statements.
It was kind of him to offer all those who’ve liked his posts in the past a complimentary copy of the deluxe set (when released)! I hadn’t actually liked any of his posts all these years, but I went back and found one of the less objectionable ones and grimaced while pushing the button, just to get in on the deal...
That's just Paul the P.R. man. If he was releasing Wild Life in a month and "Bip Bop" was the lead single, and a fan asked what his favorite song on the album was, guess what he'd say?
Hey now! I wasn't predicting fan euphoria -- or any particular quality level of the album -- rather, I was saying that Paul is trying to maximize "critical and fan euphoria" by keeping the best songs on the album under wraps until September 7th. So you see, I didn't quantify how good the album would be, or how euphoric our reaction would be -- call those unknowns "x" and "y" -- just that Paul wants our perception of "x" and reaction of "y" to be as great as possible.
I don't like the turn this thread has taken ... ... consider this my "Cease and Desist" letter! Purchase Egypt Station at your own risk! I disavow all these claims of incredibleness being attributed to me!
"And now it's all this."
Lucky you, I only have a Targetto near me, too far to drive to the Targae in the nice neighborhood!
I love their first album
I am standing just to the left of the camera there.
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