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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 21 January 2001
NOT ONLY IS THIS SONG MY FAVOURITE EVER FOR ITS UNIQUENESS, BUT CARRIES AN IMMENSE POWER BETWEEN THE FORCES OF LIFE AND DEATH THEMSELVES. THE SONG WAS WRITTEN WHILE BOTH SIOBHAN FAHEY AND MARCELLA DETROIT WERE PREGNANT AND COULD ONLY HAVE BEEN INSPIRED BY TWO SUCH POWERFUL AND ENVIABLE STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS. ITS SIMPLE LYRICS ARE TRANSFORMED BY THE MOST HEART-RENDING VOICE OF MARCELLA WHICH WOULD BRING ANY MAN OR WOMAN TO JELLY. ONCE YOU FIND YOURSELF ON THE BRINK OF PITY AND FEEL LIKE GIVING THE GENTLEMAN ON THE FIGURATIVE HOSPITAL BED A SHAKE OR TWO YOURSELF, IN COMES DEATH WITH 'HER' LEERING SMILE FEELING QUITE CONTENT WITH THE SOULS 'SHE' HAS HAD ALREADY TODAY BUT STILL EVER HUNGRY FOR MORE. DEATH'S FLIPPANT NATURE IS ENOUGH FOR LIFE TO PREVAIL THE BATTLE BETWEEN THE TWO AND ANOTHER POINT HAS BEEN WON FOR LOVE. NO OTHER SONG OR VIDEO HAS EVER SAID SO MUCH IN UNDER 4 MINUTES AND I DOUBT IT WILL EVER BE DONE.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 21 January 2005
Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit compliment eachother beautifully in this single from their exquisite album "Hormonally Yours."
The song sees Marcy as a woman in a heart wrenching postion as she watches her lover die before her. She reaches the high notes both seamlessly effectively to create the ghostly and choir like tone, similar of that at a funeral perhaps? A change of pace in the beat, and in strides "The Angel Of Death" (Siobhan Fahey), and in her gorgeous rasping tones, begins her pessimistic account of how Marcy's lover will die. The end of the song, finishes with a crescendo of both Marcy and Siobhan wrestling over "The Man." Love conquers all, and marcy gets to keep her lover...Siobhan with the upmost nonchalance strutting off; clearly to torture some other poor soul. I love it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A brilliant song that I like most even
after ten years. It's a beautiful tale
sung by Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit
with real passion. These two ladies fight
over a male body to get him back to life
or bring him to death. In the video this
is pointed out clearly with Marcella as
the girl-friend and Siobhan as the death-angel.
The two voices (deep and high), the dark mood,
the deep lyrics and the individual of the song
composed with a beautiful and dramatic sound
make this song to a classic! WOW!
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on 27 December 2012
bought this for my dad who loves the song , the packaging was slightly damaged but nothin that couldnt b fixed
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