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Karmic Whiplash | The Nervous System

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The Nervous System

by Karmic Whiplash

Acoustic power pop.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Winter City
2:03 album only
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2. Detox
2:46 album only
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3. Getting To No
1:38 album only
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4. On A Wire
3:30 album only
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5. Pool
1:52 album only
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6. Quiet
3:23 album only
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7. Second Brain
2:27 album only
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8. Blindfold
1:49 album only
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9. Black And White
2:48 album only
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10. Broken
2:19 album only

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Brendan Themes and Travis Lund.

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Richard Soos

Pool
Pool First there’s the lyrics. “Just because I genuflect doesn’t mean you have respect.” No, don’t ask me if I’m sure I know what it means. Just sounds really cool when he sings it. But, better than that. It really sounds like he’s dribbling a basketball back and forth between his hands as he’s singing. Really. Now, that’s cool. Never heard that done before, and I have respect for that. A bit into the song there is a guitar entering, but the ball still dribbles. Then, we’re back to the lyrics. “We were chained together by the things inside that let us fly.” Catchy enough to make me think it’d deeper than it probably is. Okay, picture the scene by the pool, and he sings: “You keep standing more erect, you have a steel rod in your neck.” There’s a lotta things happening in this song, and it bears up to repeated listening and contemplation. A+ in eartaste’s view. Shoutouts for Second Brain and Blindfold.
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