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Album: Lux Prima
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7.4

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Released: 2019
Length: 5:01
Plays (last 30 days): 6
Light on the street, keep me blind
Sand on my feet, you're running me out of town
Out of my mind
Thousands of leaves, they bury me under her eyes
Mild breeze is telling me it's not my time
She's not mine

So day by day, I'll turn my dreams
Into a ministry, a ministry, a ministry of her love
Day by day, I'll turn my dreams
Into a ministry, a ministry, a ministry of her love

I'm lost in the sea of sweet design
Smoke that I breathe awakens me and she's divine
But she's not mine

So day by day, I'll turn my dreams
Into a ministry, a ministry, a ministry of her love
Day by day, I'll turn my dreams
Into a ministry, a ministry, a ministry of her love

Heaven up above, may lift my thoughts of you
Hand that touched the earth
Make me lovely and touch me, too
Make me crystal pure, cast my heart anew

So day by day, I'll turn my dreams
Into a ministry, a ministry, a ministry of her love
Day by day, I'll turn my dreams
Into a ministry, a ministry, a ministry of her love
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 jsmorczewski wrote:
If she was born in South Korea from Korean mother and Polish father what kind of American singer she is?
 
She grew up here in lovely New Jersey. Don't know what else to say to this.
Channeling the cosmic frequency for chill vibes and mellow moods. TY RP!
I hear hints of Broken Bells' Leave it Alone.  Danger Mouse in the house!
If she was born in South Korea from Korean mother and Polish father what kind of American singer she is?
 Jelani wrote:
I feel like Danger Mouse is polluting music. Maybe not polluting it, but diluting everything he or she touches into the same melancholy tinged soup.

I like his work with Broken Bells and this tune but yeah, it feels like he is repeating his formula with every artist.
 


the transition fromthe National ‘anyone’s ghost’ to this was outstanding. Thoroughly enjoyed it
Just noticed all the negative comments. Although it's got a 7.3. Just fucking enjoy the track, it's great
 Jelani wrote:
I feel like Danger Mouse is polluting music. Maybe not polluting it, but diluting everything he or she touches into the same melancholy tinged soup.
 

I like Dangermouse, but that's a fair criticism, I think. There is no joy in Dangermouse whatsoever. 
Nice & glid- ie stuff. Excellent.
 jkamm14 wrote:
This is pretty good, but sounds like a Broken Bells outtake. In fact, it sounds exactly like "Leave it Alone". 
 
I couldn't agree more! In fact, I said so two months ago:


Posted 2 months ago by Kilroy:Exact same beginning as "Leave it Alone" by Broken Bells


This is pretty good, but sounds like a Broken Bells outtake. In fact, it sounds exactly like "Leave it Alone". 
 memoryboxer wrote:
I fell for it too... just before the vocals kicked in I glanced over to see who it was, saw the white on black graphics and title and had a moment of "THIS is Ministry?! wtf - which album?". How about shakin' it up some, Bill? perhaps Jesus Built My Hotrod? *grin*
 
Thanks for reminding me about that great, bonkersmad track. I actually stepped out of RP for a couple of minutes to refresh my memory on that one. WOOOOOAAAAAARRRRGHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!
 westslope wrote:
Seems I like whatever Danger Mouse is involved in.

Before I plow through Danger Mouse's body of work, any suggestions as to what I should focus on?
 
Focus on something else. It all sounds the same.
 Jelani wrote:
Reminds me of that Michael Kiwanuka tune...
 
Absolutely! And I fall for it every time.
Exact same beginning as "Leave it Alone" by Broken Bells
I feel like Danger Mouse is polluting music. Maybe not polluting it, but diluting everything he or she touches into the same melancholy tinged soup.
Reminds me of that Michael Kiwanuka tune...
Seems I like whatever Danger Mouse is involved in.

Before I plow through Danger Mouse's body of work, any suggestions as to what I should focus on?
 DippingSauce wrote:

If Bill ever airs a Ministry song I'll eat my hat!
 
Yeah, though if he ever does it would probably be something like their cover of Bob Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay" (off their album Filth Pig).  That would be soooo RP...
 DippingSauce wrote:

If Bill ever airs a Ministry song I'll eat my hat!
 
Everyday Is Halloween - Ministry

It's been two years since the last comment, 0 plays in the last 30 days, but I'm assuming that it has been played.
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Confession: Thought I was about to hear a Ministry song.
 
Probably not very likely to hear here.
This gets better and better on subsequent listens.

Silky, down tempo, techno-ambient, ...., whatever, great emotional, head tune-up.
What an amazing morning of music today, and that's just so far!!
Thank you!!
Nice to hear new music!
I fell for it too... just before the vocals kicked in I glanced over to see who it was, saw the white on black graphics and title and had a moment of "THIS is Ministry?! wtf - which album?". How about shakin' it up some, Bill? perhaps Jesus Built My Hotrod? *grin*
Cool - kind of dreamy.
Compelling.  Nah, just sweet.
Sublime!!!
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Confession: Thought I was about to hear a Ministry song.
 
If Bill ever airs a Ministry song I'll eat my hat!
Confession: Thought I was about to hear a Ministry song.
what a combo!