army reserve

pickupyourwillpickupyourwill Posts: 3,115
edited July 2010 in The Porch
Army reserve rocks!!!
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  • hm210980hm210980 Posts: 90
    I agree...Probably my favorite PJ song!!!
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  • smarcheesmarchee Windsor, OntarioPosts: 14,536
    I think this has become my # 2 from Avocado behind Inside Job

    the clangy guitars and the harmony in the chorus, just sucks me into this song

    I was thrilled to hear it in Cleveland and recognized it when I think Stone played the first note when he got the guitar to play this song before Ed introduced it.

    I am gonna watch the version from ACL right now :)
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    2005 ~ London, Toronto
    2006 ~ Toronto
    2008 ~ Hartford, Mansfied I,
    2009 ~ Toronto, Chicago I, Chicago II
    2010 ~ Cleveland, Buffalo
    2011 ~ Toronto I, Toronto II, Ottawa, Hamilton
    2013 - London, Pittsburgh, Buffalo
    2014 - Detroit
  • pjalive21pjalive21 St. Louis, MOPosts: 2,797
    More i hear this song, the more i appreciate it and appreciate this album as a whole...got to hear it in Lexington and sounded great live
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  • elwayvedderelwayvedder South JerseyPosts: 8,285
    the lyrics are unfortunately just as relevant today as they were 10 years ago
  • tbergstbergs Posts: 6,043
    That whole album still sounds relevant, which is either a testament to the great music they created or a sad sign of our country lyrically.

    Been listening to this album a lot and it holds up well. Their best post Binaural album for me, with Riot Act close behind. No duds.
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • southernmanfansouthernmanfan Johannesburg, South AfricaPosts: 838
    I absolutely love what Matt does on the kick drum on this track...
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  • KV4053KV4053 Mike's side, crushed up against the stagePosts: 1,000
    It'd be interesting to see which lines (or lyrical concepts) were by Damien Echols
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  • ShanKathyShanKathy Edmonton, AlbertaPosts: 271
    I love this song too. Music by Jeff Ament. There is something about the rhythm of his music that really make his songs unique.
  • yellowwhoyellowwho Posts: 1,660
    Love It !!!

    One of my favorites. I've been on a avocado kick lately after not listening for a while
  • rhcpjam1029rhcpjam1029 Posts: 1,918
    extremely unique song live.
    Beavis: All my friends are brown and red? What does that mean?
    Butthead: It means that his friends are like turds and that they like suck.
    Beavis: Heh heh. Oh yeah. Yeah! Get those spoons out of my face before I shove them up your butt!
    Butthead: Huh huh.
  • TJ25487TJ25487 Posts: 1,098
    I appreciate how the music accompanies the lyrics so well and creates the somber mood. Ed tells such a sad story and the music is the perfect backdrop for it. Another intricate song by PJ that is neither radio or concert friendly but is important and powerful nonetheless.
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