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Posted: 12/09/05 01:40 PM
Author: optix110
Location: USA
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I can't figure out what this song is.
There has been this song i have been trying to figure out. i dont know how it goes or any words but i know that its a little wierd. i think it came out in the late 90's and it has almost like a star wars techno remix beat in the back of it, it was a radio hit but i have no idea what his name is or what the song is called, if you could help me that would be awsome.

Posted: 12/13/05 11:50 PM
Author: kelly21507
Location: USA TEXAS
Posts: 2


I can't figure out what this song is.
I know the name of the group that sang it....They were called Women in (or of) Technology
Posted: 12/14/05 07:58 PM
Author: Dan
Location: Claybricks
Posts: 2969


I can't figure out what this song is.



Year: 1997

Track listing

1. Undressed
2. Thursday At The Blue Note
3. Week Next June, A
4. Your WomanClick to hear
5. White Town
6. Shape Of Love, The
7. Wanted
8. Function Of The Orgasm, The
9. Going Nowhere Somehow
10. Theme For An Early Evening American Sitcom
11. Death Of My Desire, The
12. Once I Flew

Jyoti Mishra's second full-length album under the "band" name White Town continues the move away from the indie guitar pop of his earliest releases, first seen on 1996's Abort Retry Fail? EP. Simply recorded, mostly on a Macintosh computer in Mishra's bedroom, with Mishra playing everything except four tracks' worth of guitar, there's a pleasantly homemade feel to the album; hand percussion, piano, and acoustic guitars coexist with the synths and samplers, but even the few entirely electronic tracks have a warm, organic vibe. The album's best-known track, of course, is the enormous hit "Your Woman," a playful piece of gender-bending built around samples from Lew Stone's 1932 jazz hit "My Woman" and the static that opens the Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star." An infectious piece of pure synth pop, "Your Woman" sounds like it could have been released on Rough Trade around 1981. It's an entirely atypical track, though. Most of the rest of Women in Technology consists of low-key, soft pop songs like the tender, almost jazzy "A Week Next June" and the romantic opener "Undressed." Other songs, like the puckish "The Function of the Orgasm" and "Theme for an Early Evening American Sitcom," have the D.I.Y. feel of White Town's earlier records, albeit with a more synthesized tone. Women in Technology is a good-to-great album, though it's easy to see how the masses charmed by "Your Woman" might have been disappointed by that track's lack of resemblance to the rest of the album. ~ Stewart Mason, All Music Guide

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