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Maybe two girls the brothers liked in the school days? :lol:

The background sounds a lot like a school yard full of children being played in reverse. I've always thought of something similar to the cover of Hooper Bay whenever I hear this track anyway.

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Gevel wrote:Maybe two girls the brothers liked in the school days? :lol:

The background sounds a lot like a school yard full of children being played in reverse. I've always thought of something similar to the cover of Hooper Bay whenever I hear this track anyway.

yeah, and or the girls on the cover of highscores

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Judging by the name Candy, and the fact that they used a porn video in the Invocation, it might be the first names of two canadian porn stars. =/

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Just a couple of thoughts on this video, is it possible that the recording may come from the Lighthouse gig? As far as I can tell, both live versions are identical to the soundboard recording, so why is it assumed it's the ATP version? Is it because the ATP film used a supposed soundboard version of Echus?

There's even a possibility that this version of Julie and Candy isn't even a soundboard recording at all, instead it may just be unheard studio version. I'm sure many musicians record alternative takes/mixes for a lot of their music. More than likely it is just a soundboard recording, but I just thought I'd throw this suggestion out there as a possibility.

Finally, when the voice comes in at around 42 seconds, it sounds to me like a muffled version of the guy saying 'number nine' in The Beatles' Revolution 9. Anyone else hear that?

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GeometricPish wrote:Just a couple of thoughts on this video, is it possible that the recording may come from the Lighthouse gig? As far as I can tell, both live versions are identical to the soundboard recording, so why is it assumed it's the ATP version? Is it because the ATP film used a supposed soundboard version of Echus?

There's even a possibility that this version of Julie and Candy isn't even a soundboard recording at all, instead it may just be unheard studio version. I'm sure many musicians record alternative takes/mixes for a lot of their music. More than likely it is just a soundboard recording, but I just thought I'd throw this suggestion out there as a possibility.

Finally, when the voice comes in at around 42 seconds, it sounds to me like a muffled version of the guy saying 'number nine' in The Beatles' Revolution 9. Anyone else hear that?


You're right it pretty much is identical to the Lighthouse show version as well. When I made this thread I think it was before I had even heard the Lighthouse show, so that's mostly the only reason.

Also, you could be right about the number nine voice sample, I can definitely hear that. I had always just thought it was a sample of.....how do I describe it....like the noise a rope might make if you pull it through some kind of hole....like what's at the very end of this track http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVWEqQnjT0M

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GeometricPish wrote:Just a couple of thoughts on this video, is it possible that the recording may come from the Lighthouse gig? As far as I can tell, both live versions are identical to the soundboard recording, so why is it assumed it's the ATP version? Is it because the ATP film used a supposed soundboard version of Echus?

There's even a possibility that this version of Julie and Candy isn't even a soundboard recording at all, instead it may just be unheard studio version. I'm sure many musicians record alternative takes/mixes for a lot of their music. More than likely it is just a soundboard recording, but I just thought I'd throw this suggestion out there as a possibility.

Finally, when the voice comes in at around 42 seconds, it sounds to me like a muffled version of the guy saying 'number nine' in The Beatles' Revolution 9. Anyone else hear that?


I'm pretty positive the track is from the ATP show because there's also the recording of A Beautiful Place Out in The Country from that live set. if you don't know what I'm referring to here's the video " http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFyck-8l ... plpp_video "

The children's laughter is much more present and its got that extra synth at the end. some different sounds right after the song ends. also cool drums at the end lol
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PlacentaSand wrote:I'm pretty positive the track is from the ATP show because there's also the recording of A Beautiful Place Out in The Country from that live set. if you don't know what I'm referring to here's the video " http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFyck-8l ... plpp_video "

The children's laughter is much more present and its got that extra synth at the end. some different sounds right after the song ends. also cool drums at the end lol


Never heard that live one before! Thanks!

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PlacentaSand wrote:I'm pretty positive the track is from the ATP show because there's also the recording of A Beautiful Place Out in The Country from that live set.


Wow I had no idea that the version from ATP 1.0 was any different to the actual EP version. I might have to pick up the CD. There's a lot of great bands on there too.

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Since when has the description been "1977 snow computing amateur footage beards synthesizer salopette endtimes uaevuon yera"

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whylessness wrote:Since when has the description been "1977 snow computing amateur footage beards synthesizer salopette endtimes uaevuon yera"

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It's been that way for a while, I'm not sure exactly how long. Three months at least, since there is a comment discussing it from 3 months ago, saying that "uaevuon yera" could mean "new year".

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