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    The song has grown on me and I think she does a good job with it when listening beside the original song. Her voice is nice, particularly at the ending and she does not draw words out...
    Robbing the muse...

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    The song is okay and fits the tone of the scene very well, but it's not my favorite or anything. I loved that she was a part of this show though, even just a little.

    And I legit SCREAMED when Pepper said, "I believe in peace, bitch." THANK YOU NEIL.

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    Yeah I enjoyed it more while watching the show too, though I was definitely in the post-Crowley/Aziraphale glow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alamo View Post
    I like the guittar.
    same! I haven't seen one other person say they like it but I really do.
    we're two slow dancers, last ones out

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonhicks View Post
    same! I haven't seen one other person say they like it but I really do.
    My guess is it wasn't Mark playing it.

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    This feels like something Crowley initiated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by iwo1333 View Post
    My guess is it wasn't Mark playing it.
    It is. Someone asked David Arnold on twitter, and he said the guitar in the song is played by Mark Hawley, who also produced and mixed the song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cunter Fartlett View Post
    It is. Someone asked David Arnold on twitter, and he said the guitar in the song is played by Mark Hawley, who also produced and mixed the song.
    Oof. I think it's just that I don't like the way Tori produces his guitar. Technically, he's a fine player.
    we're two slow dancers, last ones out

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonhicks View Post
    Oof. I think it's just that I don't like the way Tori produces his guitar. Technically, he's a fine player.
    I just think his playing is a bit pedestrian. Technically it’s all there and I’m sure he’s pulling off what he’s intending to do, he’s just not got the imagination to intend anything provocative. I find it all a bit vapid.

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    Finally listened to this and I really like it!! If she ever did a full album of this style of old hollywood music, I'm all there for it.
    (and no, not like That Guy. That Guy is ATROCIOUS!)
    post28!

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