"Marine 475 (Vroom Coda)" as written by Robert Fripp, William Scott Bruford, Trey Gunn, Anthony Charles Levin, Pat Mastelotto and Adrian Belew....
Marine
475, 410,
400,062,
1009,
1097,65,
Non-
Marine 10,
190,510,
1148
Motor 254
Aviation
545


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"Coda Marine 475 [#]" as written by Anthony Charles Levin Adrian Belew

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    General CommentOne word. Acid.
    Unsoundon April 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentVery funny. This is not some acid-induced randomness. (Robert Fripp has a very strict no-drugs policy.) My understanding is this song is about (and I use 'about' very loosely here) "A Lloyd's insurance syndicate which suffered catastrophic losses for 1989, 1990 and 1991 resulting from Hurricane Hugo, Exxon Valdez and Phillips Petroleum" (quote: Fripp) and the effect it had on those who had signed liability agreements with the company. Notice how this piece of music has an endless descending quality about it.

    You can now imagine the words "marine," "motor," "aviation" followed by numbers, to be telephone extensions for different departments in the company.
    zorgoniteon July 04, 2007   Link

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