Monday, January 23

Complete "In our tree" on-line

If you surf over to the UnOff's frontpage you'll find instructions on how to listen to a stream of a Norwegian radio-program during which the full "In my tree" debuts! I'll make sure to do the same after having opened a couple of cold ones later on tonight. :-)

Reportedly the DJ said that the tune "made me think of Pearl Jam's Dirty Frank [...], so it sounds kind of dated but maybe not really outdated". Needless to say this makes me really curious. Who would have thought there'll be Pearl Jam-references in Motorpsycho's music one day!?

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, Alex, the reviewer actually says that it 'sounds dated, maybe even outdated'. Oh well, what do reviewers know? He also says that he don't think it has much radio hit potential.

S.

11:59 AM  
Blogger khm said...

oh okay, i just copied from a post to g35, had to rely on it anyway, cause i don't speak norwegian :)
fwiw, i didn't think it sounded like PJ's "dirty frank" (one of the oddest songs in PJ's repertoire anyway, lol). ;)

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no, it said "sounds dated, but not
necessarily outdated" fyi.

Nevertheless, good song. The bridge
before the last verse is pretty
damn good!:-)

7:06 PM  
Blogger pinbackfreak said...

Does anyone know the exact time where In your room is played?
I searched all over it but couldn't find it...

Thanx!

9:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jeez! He says it sounds 'dated, if not outdated'. 'S├ąpass' replies the interviewer, as in a surprised 'Really?' Those who speak norwegian will comprehend this as 'maybe even'.

S.

11:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dated if not outdated. The link seems to be wrong.

didn't manage to make a direct link, but if you press 23.01 here you'll find it
http://www6.nrk.no/magasin/upunkt/p3/comboxer/musikkmisjonen/opptak.php#

2:26 PM  
Blogger khm said...

here is the mp3:
http://s61.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0LDOH91PV35VK3LK3VLCPLHVH1

4:04 PM  

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