No Joy in Mudville is a song by Death Cab for Cutie from their 2000 LP We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes. Death Cab for Cutie is an American Indie rock band formed in Bellingham, We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes is the second studio album by Indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released on March 21 2000 It is a tribute to Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground. Lewis Allan Reed (born March 2 1942 is an American rock Singer-songwriter and Guitarist. This article is about the band For their self-titled album see The Velvet Underground (album; for the book see The Velvet Underground (book
The song references Reed and The Velvet Underground, especially in their early days as a part of Andy Warhol's scene. For the song by David Bowie, see Andy Warhol (song. Andrew Warhola (August 6 1928 &ndash February 22 1987 known as Andy Warhol The lines Last night I dreamt that I was you/I was dressed all in black with dark glasses and attitude describes Reed's attire (and that of much of the rest of the band) during this era.
The repeated lyric To a brownstone, up three flights of stairs is a direct lift from the song I'm Waiting For The Man. " I'm Waiting for the Man " is a song by the American rock band The Velvet Underground, written by Lou Reed.
Your studies of fringe New York streets also describes many of the songs from Reed's writing career with The Velvet Underground. A particular example would be Run Run Run, which names in detail several streets in New York notorious at the time for drug activity.
The line they all said that you were the king of a gloomy disruption that surfaced when you would sing references several early reviews of the band that mentioned the Velvets' polarizing effect on audiences, one of which had concluded ". . . the flowers of evil are in bloom, and they must be stamped out. "
If I could have had my way, this year would bridge '66 again seems to indicate a desire to be back in 1966, when the band was touring with Warhol and recorded their debut album, The Velvet Underground and Nico.
Trust fund hipsters were casing the room, chock full of amphetamines would be an apt description of the audiences at Warhol's factory that saw the Velvets' early shows.
The overturned kick drum boom set the pace with incomparable cool describes the unusual way Velvets drummer Maureen Tucker played her instruments. Maureen Ann "Moe" Tucker (born August 26, 1944, in Levittown New York) is a musician best known for having been the Drummer for the