"Btoum-Roumada" as written by and Richard D James....

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    General CommentThis song is so sad. Many people focus on Avril 14th's melody as the meloncholy of the album, yet I see it as brighter piece. This song, to me, signifies the end of something long; something beautiful, torn down by death or anger or hate--perhaps fighting. The song represents the somber period after the end. Reflection, regret, but with the last note a look in to the light and a push to move on.
    Cedstickon April 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think of a cathedral when I first hear the song, but the chords seem to get more and more somber until you realize how alone you really are...
    DingoPhoneon December 08, 2009   Link
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    My OpinionI don't feel that this is a sad song. So much depends on your perspecitve and state of mind though, doesn't it? On the contrary, I feel it to be quite happy and warm, just a meandering, albeit emotional, stroll through somewhere beautiful. Just listen to the sound of that 'instrument', the layering of different vibrating bells accompanying every note. Specifically, I find the opening and closing sequences to be no less than joyful crescendos.
    benvanon October 09, 2013   Link

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