Posts Tagged ‘Underworld’

River Review: Underworld-Oblivion with Bells (2007)

December 6, 2007

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More than the Chemical Brothers, Underworld is the real (true and silent) giant of the techno-electronic scene in the UK. Always sincere, rarely going for the crowd-pleasing reefs ( Trainspotting´s Born Slippy, and pehaps Jumbo are just melodic synchronicities in the hub of rave) their tracks are more from their heart than for the charts. Beautiful music for pills and trains, for passing lights and strange sex, for jelly rad and mellowiredancing. Their new album “Oblivion with Bells” is a sober and delicate comeback. (more…)

Lyrics: Underworld-Born Slippy

December 6, 2007

“Born Slippy”

(classic and unmatched techno songlyrics)

Drive boy dog boy
Dirty numb angel boy
In the doorway boy
She was a lipstick boy
She was a beautiful boy
And tears boy
And all in your innerspace boy
You had
hands girl boy
and steel boy
You had chemicals boy
I’ve grown so close to you
Boy and you just groan boy
She said comeover comeover
She smiled at you boy.

Drive boy dog boy
Dirty numb angel boy
In the doorway boy
She was a lipstick boy
She was a beautiful boy
And tears boy
And all in your innerspace boy
You had
hands girl boy
and steel boy
You had chemicals boy
I’ve grown so close to you
Boy and you just groan boy
She said comeover comeover
She smiled at you boy.

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