Get Him Eat Him. Members: Jason Sigal, Joe Posner, Kevin Sparks (3), Matt LeMay. Marketplace 27 For Sale. AK 052. Get Him Eat Him. Geography Cones (CD, Album). Absolutely Kosher Records. Arms Down (CD, Album). There's A Guy (7", EP, Ltd, Pur).
The indie rock group Get Him Eat Him have really come into their own on their second full-length album, Arms Down. In a sense, the band's accomplished one of the most difficult tasks in a young band's career - following up a promising debut with a solid step forward. I heard the band's cover of Magnetic Fields' "The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side" for the first time a few months ago, though it was released on one of the band's first EPs, and it has struck me since just how far the band has come. There's nothing left of that feeling of indebtedness, the copying of Merritt’s lugubrious voice, on Arms Down - this really is an announcement of arrival
Get Him Eat Him. There's a Guy. 2007.
This song is by Get Him Eat Him and appears on the album Geography Cones (2005). Take me take me homeThere's no one I knowSuffered to stay lowHaircuts and halos. Set apart and spent takeA hand fit to shakeA cigarette breakA minor mistake.
Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow" is a song by Freddie Mercury, released in 1985 as the fourth and final single from his debut solo album Mr. Bad Guy. It was written by Mercury, and produced by Reinhold Mack and Mercury. Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow" reached No. 76 on the UK Singles Chart and remained in the Top 100 for two weeks.
Album · 2005 · 12 Songs. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. 12 Songs, 35 Minutes. Geography Cones Get Him Eat Him. Alternative. Listen on Apple Music.
MONICA: There's nothing to tell! He's just some guy I work with! JOEY: Come on! You're going out with the guy. There's gotta be something wrong with him! CHANDLER: All right, Joey. So does he have a hump? A hump and a hairpiece? PHOEBE: Wait, does he eat chalk? (the others stare, bemused). CHANDLER AND JOEY GET UP) You, however, have had the love of a woman for four years. There's lots of flavors out there.
There's a lot of the weighty, but whimsical seriousness in Matt LeMay's chipper voicings, that can be seen as the tears of the clown or the whatever brush-up that isn't submission but an admission of the randomness of sense. He walks the squiggly line between depressing thoughts and uplifting daisy chains and charm bracelets. ML: The name comes from an idea our former keyboardist Raf and his friend Erin had for a cartoon show, in which these two seals named Get Him and Eat Him chase a fisherman. Get Him only says "Get Him" and Eat Him only says "Eat Hi. If I had to pick a scene from the Simpsons that seems apt in a more vague and nebulous sense, I'd say it's in episode 2F14, "Homer vs. Patty and Selma," where Bart discovers his talent as a ballet dancer. He's afraid to be seen at his recital, so he performs in a ski mask.