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Signal Fire [Japanese Import] [Single]

Snow Patrol Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (2 May 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Universal Music
  • ASIN: B000P0I782
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,140,312 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I need you to guide me to safety 3 Aug 2007
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
I've been nuts about Snow Patrol for a few years now, ever since they crossed the pond with their third album "Final Straw."

So it was a massive thrill when it was announced that this Scottish band would be contributing the main song for "Spiderman 3," a new tune called "Signal Fire." And the single for this song pairs this brilliant chunk of Britpop with a solid remix of a song from their latest album "Eyes Open."

The title track opens on a gentle guitar melody, with Gary Lightbody singing wistfully, "The perfect words, never crossed my mind/Cause there was nothing in there but you/I felt every ounce of me screaming out/But the sound was trapped deep in me..."

Soon it blossoms out is a blend of blazing guitar and lushly swirling instrumentation, traddling the line between Britpop and energetic rock'n'roll. In it, Lightbody sings of how the subject is the guiding force of love for him, despite confusion and fear: "In the confusion and the aftermath/You are my signal fire/The only resolution and the only joy/Is the faint spark of forgiveness in your eyes..."

It's undeniably one of Snow Patrol's best songs ever, and so initially it feels a bit redundant to tack another song on after it. In this case, the Eddy TM Loser Remix of "Wow," from their album "Eyes Open."

Frankly this one sounds like a nightclub in the rainforest: It kicks off with an eerie, sort of jungley sound, which is broken by a grimy techno beat and some roiling guitars -- and soon it's become a sort of dancey, funky version of an indie-rocker. But a dark, slightly ominous one with lots of blasting bass.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars best thing they have ever done.... 2 Jun 2007
Format:Audio CD
This is easily the best thing they have ever done...heart achingly beautiful sung by Mr Lightfoot as the rest of the band attempt to keep up with him during the four minutes...and to think I thought this was a slow burner to begin with but by the third play I was hooked and so will you be!!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Signal Fire!! 30 Jun 2007
By Laura
Format:Audio CD
I really like this song. I also love their video of kids doing a school production of Spiderman 3, it's so cool! and Snow Patrol playing the song in the background is just really awesome.

I think this band is very talented with nice, slow moving but heart catching music that is really easy on the ear. I don't think this song is on their album though, otherwise I'd have bought it myself.

The best song they've done so far!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I need you to guide me to safety 22 May 2007
By E. A Solinas - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I've been nuts about Snow Patrol for a few years now, ever since they crossed the pond with their third album "Final Straw."

So it was a massive thrill when it was announced that this Scottish band would be contributing the main song for "Spiderman 3," a new tune called "Signal Fire." And the single for this song pairs this brilliant chunk of Britpop with a solid remix of a song from their latest album "Eyes Open."

The title track opens on a gentle guitar melody, with Gary Lightbody singing wistfully, "The perfect words, never crossed my mind/Cause there was nothing in there but you/I felt every ounce of me screaming out/But the sound was trapped deep in me..."

Soon it blossoms out is a blend of blazing guitar and lushly swirling instrumentation, traddling the line between Britpop and energetic rock'n'roll. In it, Lightbody sings of how the subject is the guiding force of love for him, despite confusion and fear: "In the confusion and the aftermath/You are my signal fire/The only resolution and the only joy/Is the faint spark of forgiveness in your eyes..."

It's undeniably one of Snow Patrol's best songs ever, and so initially it feels a bit redundant to tack another song on after it. In this case, the Eddy TM Loser Remix of "Wow," from their album "Eyes Open."

Frankly this one sounds like a nightclub in the rainforest: It kicks off with an eerie, sort of jungley sound, which is broken by a grimy techno beat and some roiling guitars -- and soon it's become a sort of dancey, funky version of an indie-rocker. But a dark, slightly ominous one with lots of blasting bass.

Listening to "Signal Fire," you can hear exactly why they were chosen to be at the head of the "Spiderman 3" soundtrack -- their music is passionate, complex and sounds almost effortless. If there's anything to be disappointed in in "Signal Fire," it's that this single is too short.

Musically these guys rock -- gentle acoustic balladry, blazes of bass and crashing drums immersed in a swirl of ringing, cycling electric guitars, and driving rock rhythms immersed in grimy beats and UFO synth. And Lightbody provides some beautiful, smooth vocals -- he can sound soaring and romantic, then sound like a slightly drunken savior ("It's all going to change!").

The "Signal Fire" single only has two songs, but both of them are definitely winners -- a solid remix and a brilliant soundtrack song. Definitely worth hearing.
4.0 out of 5 stars I need you to guide me to safety 18 July 2007
By E. A Solinas - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I've been nuts about Snow Patrol for a few years now, ever since they crossed the pond with their third album "Final Straw."

So it was a massive thrill when it was announced that this Scottish band would be contributing the main song for "Spiderman 3," a new tune called "Signal Fire." And the single for this song pairs this brilliant chunk of Britpop with a solid remix of a song from their latest album "Eyes Open."

The title track opens on a gentle guitar melody, with Gary Lightbody singing wistfully, "The perfect words, never crossed my mind/Cause there was nothing in there but you/I felt every ounce of me screaming out/But the sound was trapped deep in me..."

Soon it blossoms out is a blend of blazing guitar and lushly swirling instrumentation, traddling the line between Britpop and energetic rock'n'roll. In it, Lightbody sings of how the subject is the guiding force of love for him, despite confusion and fear: "In the confusion and the aftermath/You are my signal fire/The only resolution and the only joy/Is the faint spark of forgiveness in your eyes..."

It's undeniably one of Snow Patrol's best songs ever, and so initially it feels a bit redundant to tack another song on after it. In this case, the Eddy TM Loser Remix of "Wow," from their album "Eyes Open."

Frankly this one sounds like a nightclub in the rainforest: It kicks off with an eerie, sort of jungley sound, which is broken by a grimy techno beat and some roiling guitars -- and soon it's become a sort of dancey, funky version of an indie-rocker. But a dark, slightly ominous one with lots of blasting bass.

Listening to "Signal Fire," you can hear exactly why they were chosen to be at the head of the "Spiderman 3" soundtrack -- their music is passionate, complex and sounds almost effortless. If there's anything to be disappointed in in "Signal Fire," it's that this single is too short.

Musically these guys rock -- gentle acoustic balladry, blazes of bass and crashing drums immersed in a swirl of ringing, cycling electric guitars, and driving rock rhythms immersed in grimy beats and UFO synth. And Lightbody provides some beautiful, smooth vocals -- he can sound soaring and romantic, then sound like a slightly drunken savior ("It's all going to change!").

The "Signal Fire" single only has two songs, but both of them are definitely winners -- a solid remix and a brilliant soundtrack song. Definitely worth hearing.
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