This is such a great, rocking tune! I would love to see this live and the boys just rocking the joint!

I always have to ask this: why can't Neil make a whole CD like this. Toss out the ballads and the slow songs and just have a full throttle CD with tons of distortion and guitars wailing!

I know Neil has it in him to do a CD like this but maybe he feels he has to do it under a different band name.....Pajama Party maybe?
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Originally posted by BART:
I'm with Renzo on this one

And I'm with Bart on that one.

At first I didn't much care for Inside Out -- my response was much the same as Silent Stream's, and I guess part of me cringed too at what I perceived to be the four-nice-middle-aged-men-trying-to-rawk-out factor. Somehow it felt like the local parish vicar and his wife turning up to pogo in the mosh pit at a Nine Inch Nails gig.

But the song is an ear-worm, all right -- it has insinuated itself into my nervous system in a way that no other from Intriguer (except perhaps for Isolation) has. I love the seemingly artless rhythm and lead guitar work, I love the transition into the "move me into silence" sequence, and I particularly love the mock-Englebert Humperdinck Ten Guitars swagger of it all.
Yes. Yes. Yes. That's what I'm talking about!

-- even if in this version it's Five rather than Ten Guitars. Who are the three guest axsmiths? I recognize Lawrence Arabia on the left at the back, but who are the other two?

EDIT: And I love it when Matt goes apes*** at the end on the drums. How, how I wish his drums had been more prominent in the mix for the studio recording.
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Originally posted by Watney Sideburns:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by BART:
I'm with Renzo on this one


And I'm with Bart on that one.

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and I'm with Watney on that one

Also love the lyrics,punchy and upbeat but still very honest [always hold a bit back,beware of the man that shows everything]
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Originally posted by Watney Sideburns:
Who are the three guest axsmiths? I recognize Lawrence Arabia on the left at the back, but who are the other two?

Duh ... I failed to recognize ELROY FINN. Looking relaxed in the axsmith chorus, and flinching only slightly when Dad calls him Flower of Youth, Fruit of Our Loins.

Still can't work out who the blond dude in the middle is, though.

I'm ashamed to admit it, but when I first heard the song I thought the lyric was "Move Me Into Silas." Who's Silas, I wondered? And why does Neil want to be moved into him?
I've been in the BART/ Watney camp from the word Go - reinforced by the live performance at Plymouth. Dangerous song to drive to - once found myself doing 85 on the M5 Eeker - though with diesel now at over £6.30 a gallon I don't think that will happen again soon.
I have plans to put together an extended jam version of this song based on the instrumental mix released as part of the Intriguer promo CD set. It'll be similar to my extended mix of "Twice if You're Lucky" but hopefully a bit more complex then just extending the intro or outro by a little bit.

The instrumental mix of "Inside Out" actually has about 30 seconds more jamming at the end with some nice otherwise unheard drum fills by Matt.
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Originally posted by Paināporo:
I have plans to put together an extended jam version of this song based on the instrumental mix released as part of the Intriguer promo CD set. It'll be similar to my extended mix of "Twice if You're Lucky" but hopefully a bit more complex then just extending the intro or outro by a little bit.

The instrumental mix of "Inside Out" actually has about 30 seconds more jamming at the end with some nice otherwise unheard drum fills by Matt.

I hope your plans bear fruit sooner than Neil's tend to, Paināporo! I'm very much looking forward to hearing your remix, especially after seeing the live clip of Inside Out at Hammersmith. Matt's drum fills at the end of that performance are superb -- I'm guessing that they might approximate what you can hear in the instrumental mix.
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Originally posted by Watney Sideburns:
Duh ... I failed to recognize ELROY FINN. Looking relaxed in the axsmith chorus, and flinching only slightly when Dad calls him Flower of Youth, Fruit of Our Loins.

Still can't work out who the blond dude in the middle is, though.


Watney - that would be Connan Mockasin, a NZ indie artist who supported CH on last year's UK tour. Looks like he joined the band on stage a few times, including on this excellent cover of Bowie's 'Moonage Daydream':

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYU1fUDKeqs

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