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Dark Days Revisited - Firewater (2) - The Man On The Burning Tightrope (CD, Album)


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  1. Jul 14,  · Firewater; The Man on the Burning Tightrope. answering-machine messages to music and "Ponzi's Revenge" is an instrumental allusion to Firewater's second album, "Dark Days Revisited", a.
  2. The highlights though are worth their weight in gold – “Dark days indeed” and “Anything at all” being my personal recommendations for this month to innocent bystanders on the street. When asked if “The Man on the Burning Tightrope” was a metaphor for George Bush, Tod. A. responded: “That would be telling.
  3. Not so much a theater of the absurd as a carnival of the ridiculous, The Man on the Burning Tightrope finds Firewater continuing in the vein of their previous albums, although calling the phrase "business as usual" does a disservice to its distinctly unusual results. With each release, Tod A. and company grow more and more eclectic, and The Man on the Burning Tightrope 7/
  4. Firewater is a rock group founded by Tod A. in He describes them as a "wedding band gone wrong". After Tod left his previous group, Cop Shoot Cop, he quickly regrouped and formed Firewater to explore the styles of music Cop Shoot Cop had only hinted at, including klezmer, cabaret, ska, jazz, and gypsy wiephatenconsnicirpinppareplalutoo.coinfo than one source described the original Firewater .
  5. The Man on the Burning Tightrope; 1 Fanfare 2 Anything at All; 3 Too Much (Is Never Enough) 4 Too Many Angels; 5 Dark Days Indeed; 6 The Man on the Burning Tightrope; 7 The Truth Hurts; 8 Secret; 9 The Vegas Strip; 10 Ponzi's Revenge 11 Don't Make It Stop; 12 The Notorious & Legendary Dog & Pony Show; 13 The Song That Saved My Life;
  6. Sep 09,  · Firewater - Dark Days Indeed. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  7. Aug 19,  · Admittedly, The Man on the Burning Tightrope isn't going to burn up the world music charts, but Firewater's pursuit of crime-laced grooves finds them realizing that every genre has something to offer.
  8. When I sang, the choirs were humbled When I danced, the mountains crumbled I chased the waves back into the sea I feasted on the fatted calf, I drank whole cities dry I made the devil dance for me, I spat into his eye I said, "So long Jack, we hardly knew you, Here's to hell, and hallelujah Take this rock and shake it 'til it bleeds" Refrain: 'cause these are dark days indeed These are dark.

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