Phantogram - You Don't Get Me High Anymore album flac
|A||You Don't Get Me High Anymore|
|B||Same Old Blues|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Republic Records
- Copyright (c) – Republic Records
- Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 602557047660
|PHANTOGRAM3P1||Phantogram||You Don't Get Me High Anymore (CD, Single)||Fiction Records||PHANTOGRAM3P1||US||2016|
Music video by Phantogram performing You Don’t Get Me High Anymore.
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Текст и перевод песни Phantogram - You Don't Get Me High Anymore.
Three is the third studio album by American electronic rock duo Phantogram, released October 7, 2016 by Republic Records. It was produced by Ricky Reed. The album was preceded by the June 2016 release of the single "You Don't Get Me High Anymore". The album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top Album Sales chart and No. 9 on the Billboard 200. It included the single "You Don't Get Me High Anymore", produced by Josh Carter and Reed.
I don't like stayin' at home When the moon is bleeding red Woke up stoned in the backseat From a dream where my teeth fell out of my head Cut it up, cut it up, yeah Everybody's on something here My godsend chemical best friend Skeleton whispering in my ear. Walk with me to the end Stare with me into the abyss Do you feel like letting go? I wonder how far down it is. Nothing is fun Not like before You don't get me high anymore Used to take one Now it takes four You don't get me high anymore. Runnin' through emergency rooms.
Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter also talk with Pitchfork about the heartbreak behind their new album Three. Pitchfork: I remember you singing years ago on Mouthful of Diamonds that you’re getting high on your own supply, and now your new single is You Don’t Get Me High Anymore. What’s the inspiration for this song? Josh Carter: You Don’t Get Me High Anymore is kind of about this feeling of everything being redundant and nothing being good enough. Metaphorically, it’s about addiction. It’s also about certain things that we see in culture, pop culture, and even music that we find redundant, that we’ve always kind of strayed away from as a group
The first single from Phantogram's third album finds vocalist Sarah Barthel singing about a feeling of nothing being good enough. She explained to Pitchfork: "Metaphorically, it's about addiction. It's also about certain things that we see in culture, pop culture, and even music that we find redundant, that we've always kind of strayed away from as a group. Ricky Reed recalled the crafting of the song to Billboard magazine: "Josh and Sarah brought in a demo that had a rough version of the bassline and sort of gibberish lyrics that were roughly in the melody and tune. Together with Dan Wilson, who we wrote the song with, we started hacking into the lyrics and trying to create this psychedelic experience.
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Все не так, как раньше. You don't get me high anymore. Ты больше не доставляешь мне удовольствия. Used to take one. Раньше нужен был один, Now it's takes four. Теперь нужны четверо. Пробегаю по больничным палатам, Spinning wheels and ceiling fans. Буксуя и вешаясь на потолочные вентиляторы. My handshake, cellophane, landscape
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