"Julie and Candy" as written by and Marcus/sandison Sandison....
You're putting me on
We're going to try it, you ever try it?
You're putting me on
I'm turning you on
You're putting me on! Where did you get that stuff?
Oh, Nikki's growing a patch out in the backyard
Come on, you're putting me on
Yeah, he's putting you on, he's a brat
Uh-huh
Sure, sure


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"Julie and Candy" as written by Michael Sandison Marcus Sandison

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    General CommentStandard disclaimer: BoC wanted fans to have their own subjective projections onto the music that they make. That said, I'll comment on impressions that tracks gave me personally.

    Julie and Candy was eerie and omenous when I first heard it. Those flutes or whistles mixed with all those percussive samples was like some huge, mad, steam-driven contraption, larger than the mind can comprehend. The rhythm was very appealing to me, although I couldn't explain it in musical terms.

    Seeing the title made it even eerier, since I had a Julie and candy memory standing out from my past, all formative and enduring; spooky, the way old memories can be.

    go, Boards!
    -Phase
    warmPhaseon July 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti swear to god i hear "you slay me andre"
    but im probably just crazy
    courtneliuson April 07, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOne of the most amazing BoC tunes, reminds me of girls playing skipping rope dancing games in the playground when I was a child.
    MrCuddleson July 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt reminds me of a girl in a white dress with a matching sun hat running through a field of sunflowers...I dunno. It sure doesn't sound like a song about drug dealing. And I heard "You slay me Andre" too, now that you mention it :-P
    judyg13on August 09, 2008   Link
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    General Commentjulie and candy are probably members of hexagon sun. anyone have any idea where the vocal samples are from?
    sqyishybodon June 17, 2011   Link

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