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PLATINUM BLUE FT SPADES - (by The Ambient Society)  Year: 2010
The Ambient Society beautiful vocal electronic song. powerful, strong, big, wide, deep, determined, catchy, stage, festival, tv, radio, youth, adolescence, growing up, dealing with life, overthrow the crown, conspire with me, circumvent the fleet, war invades your town, coming clean, catch up, come on and let's go, Male Vocals, Indie Rock, Alt Dance
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Full Track - Indie Rock, Alt Dance
472291 6:52 Slow 75   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Platinum Blue Ft Spades
Catalog ID: 472291  ISRC: NLAH71000002
Description: beautiful vocal electronic song. powerful, strong, big, wide, deep, determined, catchy, stage, festival, tv, radio, youth, adolescence, growing up, dealing with life, overthrow the crown, conspire with me, circumvent the fleet, war invades your town, coming clean, catch up, come on and let's go

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Artist or Group: The Ambient Society

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Keywords: drums beat syth vocals male vocals lyrics vows kings weather season crime scene bad dreams take the bait oppression determitation mesmerizing

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Indie Rock Music
       Alternative Dance
Extended Properties
  Duration: 6:52   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 75
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Computer, Drums, Indigenous Drums, Indigenous Percussion, Organ, Percussion, Synthesizer, Tabla, Talking Drum, Tambourine, Vocals, Electronics, Snare drum, Shaker, Bass Drum, Alto Voice, Keyboard
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Livin Da High Life
Moods: Animated, Atmospheric, Beautiful, Confident, Cool, Determined, Dramatic, Driving, Energetic, Excited, Groovy, Intense, Lively, Powerful, Sophisticated, Spirited, Striking, Strong, Sublime, Vibrant

Styles: Club / Bar / Lounge, Drama / 20-Something, Drama / 30-Something, Drama / Tweens & Teens, Film Vocal, Indie, Leisure, Pulp / Tarantino, School / Education, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Life, Change, Fear / Fears, Wishing, Fate

Lyrics
Platinum Blue

My kings, are bowing down
My bad seeds, have start to sprout
I can't leave, the weather out
My last feast, can serve me now

What I need is for the world to spin around
What I see is everyone turn upside down
Coming clean, these germs have spread this place somehow
It's what I mean, did I reimburse my vows

Gotta catch up, patch up, come on and let's go

Retiring, the season's out
This crime scene, no blood in drought
I can't please, make no mother proud
My bad dreams, you compose them now

You wanna die do you before the war invades your town?
I come in peace, you wanna pat me down?
I'm counting this rat will someone drown
It's my release
It's my release, I'll over throw the crown

Come on now take the bait, you'll finally break it off with the crowd
Conspire with me, let's circumvent the fleet, they can't oppress us now

Gotta catch up, patch up come on and let's go
Extended Keywords: imaginative, avant garde, lounge, trip hop, dramatic, immense, thematically diverse, sonically rich, poetic, otherworldly vibe, beautifully modulated meditation, epic melody, indietronic, chillout, downtempo, classical influences, surrealistic flows, meticulously programmed drums, blissful, spacey synthesizers, psychedelic soundscapes, challenging, vision, modern electronica, inspiring, thought provoking, Bongwater, Ann Clark, Screaming Trees, Die Haut, Moloko, Portishead, Anita Lane, Kim Gordon, Alan Vega, Cristina Martinez, Debbie Harry, Blixa Bargeld, Lydia Lynch, Beat Happening, Cardigans, Dead Can Dance, Kraftwerk, Ozric Tentacles, Eugene Chadbourne, Gun Club, Masters of Reality, Ry Cooder, Soft Machine, Sonic Youth, Pixies, Lamb, Pain Teens, Jefferson Airplane, Dead Moon, Spasmodique, Bad Religion, Funcadelic, Shockabilly, Boards Of Canada Dinosaur Junior, Tuxedo Moon, Miranda Sex Garden, Queens of the Stone Age, Leftfield, Phantom Tolbooth

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