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==Samples/Lyrics==
 
==Samples/Lyrics==
 
* Forwards: At about 2:27, and elsewhere: "David Addison" (name of character played by Bruce Willis in the show 'Moonlighting'). Alternatively, [Derek] suggests that this is merely "What's happening?" and [John M] is pretty certain it's "They're after me"; [DC] thinks it's David Addison, so readers will have to decide from themselves. The same sample occurs reversed a few times as well.
 
* Forwards: At about 2:27, and elsewhere: "David Addison" (name of character played by Bruce Willis in the show 'Moonlighting'). Alternatively, [Derek] suggests that this is merely "What's happening?" and [John M] is pretty certain it's "They're after me"; [DC] thinks it's David Addison, so readers will have to decide from themselves. The same sample occurs reversed a few times as well.
* Backwards: "There are a lot of different 'me's, you know. There's the mad me, when I get angry." [DC]
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* Backwards: "There are a lot of different 'me's, you know. There's the mad me, when I get angry." [DC] [Second quote: same Sesame Street vignette as [[whitewater]] lyrics]  
[Second quote: same Sesame Street vignette as "whitewater" lyrics]  
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== Trivia ==
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* [[Sixtyten]] is 70. You'll hear this in [[Aquarius]] too. A reference to [[Music70]], [[Boards of Canada|BoC]]'s own label. See comments on [[The Smallest Weird Number]] in [[Geogaddi]].
  
 
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Revision as of 11:01, 25 August 2008

Sixtyten
Running time 5:48
Appears on MHTRTC


Samples/Lyrics

  • Forwards: At about 2:27, and elsewhere: "David Addison" (name of character played by Bruce Willis in the show 'Moonlighting'). Alternatively, [Derek] suggests that this is merely "What's happening?" and [John M] is pretty certain it's "They're after me"; [DC] thinks it's David Addison, so readers will have to decide from themselves. The same sample occurs reversed a few times as well.
  • Backwards: "There are a lot of different 'me's, you know. There's the mad me, when I get angry." [DC] [Second quote: same Sesame Street vignette as whitewater lyrics]

Trivia