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Just one crazy moment while the dice are cast,
He looks into the future and remembers what is past,
Wonders what he's doing on this battlefield,
Shrugs to his shadow, impatient, too proud yet to kneel.

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  • mauesndkj

    The evil sounding keyboards at the middle of the song are just like the seeds that became, years laters, into Meshuggah hahaha. LOOOOOOOOOVE this song.

    10 jan 03:52 Svara
  • bobgreen623

    I was lucky enough to se VdGG a few times in the 70's, and to my ears I prefer the clavinet sound to the later synth sound on this - there's something more intense and urgent-sounding about the Clavi. In defence of the later version, I suppose at least the band have enough artistic freedom to 're-imagine' their older music in whatever way they see fit, so presumably it sounds like they wanted it to. Before the Clavinet, Peter used to have rely on a very temperamental Hohner Pianet which I think broke down at some point during the gig nearly every time I saw them

    13 nov 2013 Svara
  • lukasz_pulawski

    Another great epic!

    8 nov 2013 Svara
  • Pdna2

    I have to agree with Newt here. This is also one of my favorite VdGG songs, and it's odd and jarring to hear these recent performances which so clearly pale in comparison with older studio and live versions. If last fm must play live versions they should play the 1975-6 version from Maida Vale, which is vastly superior to this. It makes one wonder why these comparatively chintzy trio versions are sold on albums like the Paradiso. Reluctantly, I admit that I don't really care for the reformed VdGG. Their originals (e.g. Grounding in Numbers, are just okay when you consider their brilliant 70s output, and PH's rich and varied output over several decades. Also, while Banton and Evans can lock in quite well, PH is not always up to it, as evidenced by this track. With Jackson and Potter (RIP) or just Jackson and the other 3 (like Maida Vale version) there's a more fluid feel to the playing. This is almost clunky-- and , yes, itaos2, the 80s-ish synth setting doesn't help.

    21 aug 2013 Svara
  • Newt_Valarcci

    Wish they would stop putting up live versions, are at least have an opt-out option for people that don't want to hear them.

    21 maj 2013 Svara
  • Newt_Valarcci

    One of my favorite songs from what is probably among my top 3 favorite bands period, how ever I don't care for this recording too much, still pleasant to hear

    2 maj 2013 Svara
  • itaots2

    that keyboard sounds awful on this version

    6 dec 2012 Svara
  • Weinmacher

    sehr schöne, tiefgründige, kreative Rockmusik... vom Feinsten :-)

    9 okt 2012 Svara
  • DrSlump7

    it's far too late to turn, unless it's to stone

    30 sep 2012 Svara
  • andymadden

    VDG is slowly growing on me

    26 sep 2012 Svara
  • abunono


    23 jun 2012 Svara
  • bobgreen623

    Does anyone else notice a slight vocal similarity here and there to Mark E Smith!?

    6 maj 2012 Svara
  • bobgreen623

    Live version this time, very good but I do miss Jaxon. VdGG certainly are the masters of the tortured chromatic riff.

    6 maj 2012 Svara
  • pinkcrimsonking

    love the sax

    10 feb 2012 Svara
  • bobgreen623

    This is the original studio version, and I love it. I think it may have been remastered, as I remember the original album sounded a little muddy

    18 dec 2011 Svara
  • leshind

    My favorit VDGG-Album is their first one, but the other Albums are also the Cream of Prog.

    25 nov 2011 Svara
  • BamBino1951

    If you're looking for a great Prog Rock experience. Look no farther. Just check out Pawn Hearts and H to He Who am the Only One. Two albums by VDGG when in their prime that I believe are among the top 10 albums in the genre.

    20 okt 2011 Svara
  • OLdSKuul62

    Using The Google Chrome Browser Player to listen . I am not too familiar with this band . I have known about them for a very long time . They were just a band I never bought an LP from because I knew so little about them. I am liking what I am hearing . Very interesting Prog style. Also I am thinking that this is not the live version that some people are complaining about . It sounds like a 70's studio version to me . So I guess VU.Com has the correct version on it. If anyone else has the Chrome Player Please give me a shout and let me know if this is the original version (Since I have no clue ) It would be nice too know fore sure . When I have a little more spare time I am going to explore this band further . Thanks bytorthesnowdog ! This was a cool recommendation .

    16 jun 2011 Svara
  • bytorthesnowdog

    the more i hear this band the more i like them good stuff

    15 jun 2011 Svara
  • allyouknead

    prog rock ala 70's.....

    14 mar 2011 Svara
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