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Waves - Metric - Fantasies (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Waves - Metric - Fantasies (CD, Album)

  1. Goltigore says:
    Apr 07,  · Waves Lyrics: Saw the water, not the waves / Caught your eye, forgot your name / Always leaving, either way / I want you to stop me / Episodes to .
  2. Meztinos says:
    Jun 12,  · Love the album and regulary features on my playlist, quite possibly new favourite album of Metric, equally as good as Fantasies. Beats are brilliant, often find myself tapping away at work much to the annoyance of colleagues. Solid effort, well worth buying, check /5().
  3. Jular says:
    General CommentI have a feeling this song is about the overall process of sauchukalupimpchapcafensbreakamkopha.coinfo verses speak about not being able to see the brightside, or the big picture ("Saw the water, not the waves," and "Always leaving either way") Whereas the build up leads to being able to finally see positive things ("I'll go where I don't belong") If you're familiar with Metric's previous works, this will.
  4. Kagataxe says:
    Video: The Making of Fantasies (8 1/2 minute excerpt from the documentary The Rawside of Metric, in PAL format) There is another "limited edition" of this CD on the market which advertises the songs Eclipse (All Yours) and Black Sheep. Note that this is NOT that CD. This somewhat limits its sauchukalupimpchapcafensbreakamkopha.coinfos:
  5. Nazuru says:
    Features Song Lyrics for Metric's Fantasies album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  6. Douk says:
    To put the review in context, I am a fan of both Purity Ring and Elastica. I started searching around for music on Pandora channels and came up with "Fantasies" by Metric, whichnwas kinda sorta of a blend. I absolutely love the "Fantasies" album/5().
  7. Vudogore says:
    "Gold Guns Girls" is the album's standout track, throwing together all of Fantasies' elements in a delectable hodgepodge of guitar rock, pop, and synth driven dance rock. "Gimme Sympathy" drops the heavy guitar presence in favour of full on synth pop; where some of the band's contemporaries would have probably screwed up, Metric has managed to.

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