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LUX-man

LQQking for either name of song or Singer/Group Thanks In Ad

Post by LUX-man » Sat Jul 31, 2004 11:28 pm



There's a song that was frequently played on the Early CFNY, i know it's by The Diodes but the lead vocal isn't by Paul Robinson.
Great synth-punk tune, the lyrics start off as "Hey Bay Bee, i want to touch your feelings, Hey Bay Bee, i want to feel your touchings, Oh Bay Bee..." and ends with "Watching the blackness i can feel our love fading at a rapid speed".



StarsIaBrampton

LQQking for either name of song or Singer/Group Thanks In Ad

Post by StarsIaBrampton » Thu Aug 19, 2004 12:31 am

Audiofool, Thanks i checked out the Vanity Song From Adam Ants, Strip Album, & Yep sure enough it was the the song i was LQQKin for, Much Appreciated.

Bullseyecanada thank you for replying to my post on the Toby Swann Album on CD information, i will look forward to purchasing that album in the near future


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I Have Finally just figured out how to get my sound recorder to record off my stereo and am alset to upload my songs-to-be-identified on this AWESOME web Site, only problem is i have noticed that my sound recorder records in wavs not mp3s, it is posted that all song uplinks need to be in mp3 mode, anyone have any idea how to convert a wav to a mp3, so as i can then upload these hard to find songs on this site, Thanks.

Audiofool, i have just made a wav of " Drip Dry Eyes" by Yukihiro Takahashi, if you want it give me your e mail address and i can send ASAP, Theres another song by Yellow Magic Orchestra called " Technopolis " this song is nice too, ez on the ears just like Drip Dry Eyes

audiofool

LQQking for either name of song or Singer/Group Thanks In Ad

Post by audiofool » Thu Aug 19, 2004 7:26 am

Stars -

There's a great freeware program, dbPower Amp that will convert your wav files to mp3. There is no ad/spyware in this freebie and it works really well. You can get it at: http://www.dbpoweramp.com/dmc.htm

Thanks for the drip dry eyes offer, but I managed to find a used vinyl copy of Neuromantic at our local used record emporium in like-new condition (and lots of other cool stuff too).

If you run into problems using the dbPower Amp, email me and I can try to lead you though it.

Diodes Paul

LQQking for either name of song or Singer/Group Thanks In Ad

Post by Diodes Paul » Sun Aug 29, 2004 5:19 pm

Saturday, July 31, 2004 - 11:28 pm
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There's a song that was frequently played on the Early CFNY, i know it's by The Diodes but the lead vocal isn't by Paul Robinson.
Great synth-punk tune, the lyrics start off as "Hey Bay Bee, i want to touch your feelings, Hey Bay Bee, i want to feel your touchings, Oh Bay Bee..." and ends with "Watching the blackness i can feel our love fading at a rapid speed".

To LUX-man

The song was Photographs from mars Written by Ian Mackay & Paul Robinson guess what It was sung by PR I know cause I sang it.It's available on the Best Of the Diodes cd sony

Cheers!!!!! Paul

LUX-man

LQQking for either name of song or Singer/Group Thanks In Ad

Post by LUX-man » Mon Aug 30, 2004 12:49 am

Whoa! Could this site be any cooler? Thanks Paul!
"Photographs From Mars", that's the one.

Definitely i'll be picking up that CD soon. I'm so used to hearing those great Diodes songs accompanied by clicks & pops, song fade-ins and fade-outs, and CFNY intros & outros that hearing them on CD will be a revelation.



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