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Owlscrying
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Foo Fighters - The Sky Is A Neighborhood

 

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David Bowie - Starman
"Promise me you'll always remember: You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." - A. A. Milne

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Unread post Mon Dec 18, 2017 3:29 am

Omg Owlscrying The Sky Is A Neighborhood is my new favorite jam!

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Unread post Tue Dec 19, 2017 3:57 am

♥ Esteban ♥


This somber, blues-driven anthem about hardships was inspired by some stargazing. "One night I was lying out looking up at stars," Frontman Dave Grohl said. "Just imagining all of these stars as places that have life on them as well, and I decided that the sky is a neighborhood, that we need to keep our s--t together in order to survive in this universe full of life."

The song was recorded in a single afternoon by Grohl and his fellow Foo Fighters band members.

The eerie music video was directed by Grohl himself, featuring his daughters 11-year-old Violet and 8-year-old Harper. The clip sees the Foos, complete with scary lights for eyes, performing on top of a wooden cabin. Beneath them the two girls are reading a songbook. Then things get really weird with a series of extraterrestrial happenings.

Dave Grohl credits a YouTube video of astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson discussing the wonders of the universe as a major influence on the celestial banger. "It basically talks about the atoms that comprise life on Earth and make up the human body are traceable to the beginnings of our universe," he told Rolling Stone. "Stars that go unstable and collapse and explode and just scatter their guts, their fundamental ingredients of life are all over the universe and forming solar systems and stars orbiting planets have the ingredients for life itself."

Grohl added: "And when you look up at the night sky, you realize that you're not only part of the universe, but the universe is part of us. It really moves me."


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Esteban wrote:
Mon Dec 18, 2017 3:29 am
Omg Owlscrying The Sky Is A Neighborhood is my new favorite jam!

:thumbsup: I agree. Hadn't heard this one but have saved it now. Thanks Owl. :clapp: hugs
"Promise me you'll always remember: You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." - A. A. Milne

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Owlscrying wrote:
Tue Dec 19, 2017 3:57 am
♥ Esteban ♥


This somber, blues-driven anthem about hardships was inspired by some stargazing. "One night I was lying out looking up at stars," Frontman Dave Grohl said. "Just imagining all of these stars as places that have life on them as well, and I decided that the sky is a neighborhood, that we need to keep our s--t together in order to survive in this universe full of life."

The song was recorded in a single afternoon by Grohl and his fellow Foo Fighters band members.

The eerie music video was directed by Grohl himself, featuring his daughters 11-year-old Violet and 8-year-old Harper. The clip sees the Foos, complete with scary lights for eyes, performing on top of a wooden cabin. Beneath them the two girls are reading a songbook. Then things get really weird with a series of extraterrestrial happenings.

Dave Grohl credits a YouTube video of astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson discussing the wonders of the universe as a major influence on the celestial banger. "It basically talks about the atoms that comprise life on Earth and make up the human body are traceable to the beginnings of our universe," he told Rolling Stone. "Stars that go unstable and collapse and explode and just scatter their guts, their fundamental ingredients of life are all over the universe and forming solar systems and stars orbiting planets have the ingredients for life itself."

Grohl added: "And when you look up at the night sky, you realize that you're not only part of the universe, but the universe is part of us. It really moves me."


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Thank you for the background info Owlscrying. I like to listen to this while grinding away at cardio exercise at the gym.

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Cage The Elephant - Come A Little Closer

 

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Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower

 

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Tool - Sober

 

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Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Kashmir

 

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