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Date: Wed, 22 Mar 1995 08:37:38 -0800
From: camus[at] (Julian Stewart)
Subject: Hungarian Love Song

> I've always listened to the song as a sort of love/funny song, rather than
> a very sexual one. Opinions?

Well, the whole idea of "consuming the other" seems rather sexual, and the
song has a vibe that reminds me of several of the songs on Robyn Hitchcock's
album, "Fegmania!", which is a _very_ sexual album. Hell, I don't know :)

> The New World and Who Loves You Now usually have me itching to press
> the fast forward button...

Don't care much for Max's singing, eh? (that IS him, isn't it?)

"Who Loves You Now" is actually one of my favorite songs on the album...there
is something cool about that "lounge act" sound. "Buffalo Shame" and "Big
Bad Thing," on the other hand, are the ones I usually skip over....


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