It's not one of my favorites (there's some tough competition here) but I love it. Its funny really, the first time I heard it I felt proud of her - like I might for a child who in fine form had finished a school project. I really did have low expectations for whatever reason.
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Post by inthedevilsdream on Oct 13, 2005 3:03:56 GMT
It's just ok, as of right now with about 30 litens, it's seems like an old song of hers with dx-7 keybord swells and don't know but it seems like like the bass guitar or the drums get ahead of each other or in the others way I'm sure i't s intentional (not sure) anyone else notice it or have an explaintion for it? beside me being nuts Maybe it's that it's to literal in it 's lyrical phrasings i don't think that makes sense but you know 'the wind it blows' and so we'll make our vocices sound like blowin wind ! chhheeeessssyyy
sorry but that's what I think you don't like it go have a cold pop and chill!
I really expected the first song to pop my rocks!,it didn't!
If you expect Aerial to "pop your rocks" on the first listen, you'll be severely disappointed. The correct response when first hearing a new Kate album is NOT "Woah, that was GREAT!" - the correct response is "wtf?"
While I had the former response to a couple of her albums (Never for Ever, The Sensual World), more often than not my response was the latter, and usually about six months down the road I'd be playing it when it clicks and I yell, "Woah, this is GREAT!"
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I really like it! I listen to it in my truck all the time. maby too much; the copy I made for my truck was in the cd player so long that it got really hot and stared to melt in one spot! (Thank God it's only a copy, I can just burn a new one.)
Favorite songs now are Aerial, A Coral Room, and How To Be Invisible.
I most certainly think this was her best choice for the first single. I'm trying to get over the fact that HTBI sounds way too much like Fleetwood Mac's "Sisters of the Moon" so I am backing off from it. PI is my fave but don't think a lot of people would dig it to be successful. (CALCULATE PI TO 109 NUMBERS!!! IT'S A HIT!!!! ----just can't see the execs at EMI doing that : I think Joanni would make a great single. At least the lesser intelligent half of her album buying audience would grasp it easier....
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