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Q: Specific song title and artist with limited lyrics ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Specific song title and artist with limited lyrics
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Music
Asked by: nickhatesmilk-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 21 Nov 2006 18:34 PST
Expires: 21 Dec 2006 18:34 PST
Question ID: 784674
I found a song somebody had recorded off the radio. At the end of the
song the female D.J. comes on and says "Boston's real alternative 1017
FNX. There you go, as promised brand new song from Nine Inch Nails. It
is called Digital. Comes of the forth coming album The Fragile. This
is Sebado (not sure how to spell that) and the flame. It's Asleep at
the Wheel. FNX" However this song is not a Nine Inch Nails song. The
song is kind of techno industrial with electroinc drums and synth and
some overlapping vocals that make it hard to tell what the lyrics are.
This is what I can gather (... = lyrics I can not make out.): ... I
will always ... you I will be ... ... (maybe "relentless shame"?)If
you want to leave ... ... (here the opening unintelligable words are
repeated.)... ... trust me I will make you feel good ... (opening
lyrics again) I will always ... you I will be ... ... (relentless
shame again?)... (opening lyrics) (now there is a kind of guitar
solo.) ... (opening lyrics again) I will take you ... (up? out?) for a
beautiful ... (tour?) ... ... and ... how's if feel to be ... baby ...
... ... don't ... yourself (now the opening lyrics repeat until the
end of the song.) This is as specific as I can get. The song is about
five minutes ten seconds long. I emailed this radio staton but got no
reply. I can email the song if need be. Who is this!?! I've been
searching for over a year!

Request for Question Clarification by pinkfreud-ga on 21 Nov 2006 19:28 PST
>> This is Sebado (not sure how to spell that) and the flame.

There's a band named Sebadoh, and they recorded a song whose title was
"The Flame," but the lyrics are not similar to what you've described.
It would be very helpful if we could listen to your recording, but you
can't email anything to us (email contact between Google Answers
Researchers and customers is not permitted). Could you post your
recording somewhere online and give us the URL where we may access it?
Subject: Re: Specific song title and artist with limited lyrics
Answered By: justaskscott-ga on 21 Nov 2006 23:52 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello nickhatesmilk,

The song is "Push Eject" by Boom Boom Satellites.

The following discussions explain that "Push Eject" is the real name
of the alleged "Digital":

"Unreleased song. NIN" (post by Jason Mothro on Dec 6 2004, about 2/5
down the page)
Google cache of Painful Convictions

"Fake NIN Song, but I wanna know who it is!" (posts by gitmeb and Exor
on Feb 10, 2006, near bottom of page)

You can listen to a clip of "Push Eject" at:

"Push Eject"

The video is posted at:

"Boom Boom Satellites - Push Eject" (Added June 20, 2006 From Gruilik)

"Push Eject" is from the album "Out Loud."  The album came out shortly
before "The Fragile" by Nine Inch Nails.

"Out Loud -- Boom Boom Satellites"

"The Fragile -- Nine Inch Nails"

- justaskscott

Search strategy --

Searched on Google for combinations of:

"nine inch nails"
"boom boom satellites"
"push eject"
nickhatesmilk-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $2.00
Wow! 100% right and you didn't even hear the song! You have no idea
how this has troubled me!

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