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Space cadet, pull out
Space cadet, pull out
Space cadet, pull out

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"Welcome to Bangkok" as written by Vincent Accardi

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    General Commentmaybe it's about having sex when you're on drugs..
    jinx_me6on November 19, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General CommentThis song is nuclear destruction.
    ViperRideron August 13, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti am in love with the ending of this song. i can't stop listening.
    tomwilkon December 05, 2009   Link
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    General Commentat the moment this is my favourite brand new song

    and i have just discovered

    that if you listen really closly on the 6th and 12th second you can hear a really wierd noise

    that resembles a dog barking
    matty1708on November 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentBy the way... xdvr, I don't think it's political. I don't know why that's the first thing everyone thinks.
    sammynicon December 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFeedback??…\\

    at 2:17 he puts the guitar right up to the amp.
    At 2:35 he literally picks up the amp and puts it ON top of him...
    sammynicon December 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI hate to rain on anyone's parade here, but the title "Welcome To Bangkok" refers to the Van Damme movie Kickboxer. Google it or something.
    Takkuunon August 09, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song is absolute bliss. It's good old fashioned amazing old school heavy gratenss that literally cannot be beaten. Feedback to me is heaven on earth. I love the accoustics at the beginning and how it tricks you, then how it goes as heavy as possible, full on and how you can tell that the band put everything they have into it - you can see this even more live. The accoustics remind of touching down on a plane, walking out of the airport...and when it goes heavy - seeing the extent of Bangkok - the skyscrapers, the sheer modernisation of it, the culture, the heat - overwhelming, exciting, can just imagine them - wide eyed, amazed by could even be the car ride to the hotel, and the end is when they get to the hotel, and it no longer feels like Bangkok.
    b1987on October 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song is like my ears are having sex on ecstacy. The layering and the screaming, and just the pure noise is just so intense.
    fullmetalfunkon January 07, 2011   Link
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    General CommentPoint1: There is screaming in the background.
    Point2: Space Cadet IS a referance to the Deja artwork, but more the referance that he is 'lost' (Devil&God pulling him apart etc). I think it's his 'mission command' trying one last time to say, "Leave, this is your last chance. I don't think he STAYS, because the next track is Not the Sun!!! (I've been underground, I like it here(?))
    Point 3: This song is him, landing in Hell. Kate dying in the crash, and then You Won't Know ends with "I'm dead and can't call you to tell you" (more or less).

    Again, I'm just another asshole with a keyboard.

    I think Vices is like, "Welcome to Hell...this Fox will show you to your room Mr.Bush!"
    GodInBirdson July 22, 2011   Link

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