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With this slightly revamped line-up in place a new album was recorded, released as "Out There Somewhere" in 1994. The band folded in 1996 due to musical differences. In 2002 Smith, who had worked with CRADLE OF FILTH and ANATHEMA following the split of SHIP OF FOOLS, took the time to put together a compilation chronicling the explorations of his former band, released as "Let's Get This Mother Outta Here" the same year
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The ship of fools is an allegory, originating from Book VI of Plato's Republic, about a ship with a dysfunctional crew: The concept makes up the framework of the 15th-century book Ship of Fools (1494) by Sebastian Brant, which served as the inspiration for Hieronymus Bosch's painting, Ship of Fools: a ship-an entire fleet at first-sets off from Basel, bound for the Paradise of Fools.
Ship of Fools Lyrics. The human race was dyin' out No one left to scream and shout People walking on the moon Smog will get you pretty soon. Everyone was hanging out Hanging up and hanging down Hanging in and holding fast Hope our little world will last. Yeah, along came Mr. Goodtrips Looking for a new ship Come on people, better climb on board Come on baby, now we're going home Ship of fools, ship of fools. The human race was dyin' out No one left to scream and shout People walking on the moon Smog gonna get you pretty soon
Somewhere Out There" is a 1986 song released by MCA Records and recorded by American singers Linda Ronstadt and James. The composers "felt no pressure to come up with a radio-friendly hit" and were surprised when Spielberg felt "Somewhere Out There" had