|Johnny Madhouse - 2009-09-10 |
I both enjoy this song and the accompanying youtube comments tremendously.
|memedumpster - 2009-09-10 |
Wow. I tried listening to Enigma as an adult not long ago and no amount of weed I could smoke could make me enjoy the boring, loopy, sound-bitey, unoriginality of it. I felt betrayed by my own past taste in music. It was so bad, I had to listen to VAST to get the taste out of my mouth.
Haha, you used to like Enigma!
|Old_Zircon - 2009-09-10 |
It is a sensual track with an insistent beat based around questioning the sexual desires of Marquis de Sade, hence the German release name of "Sadeness", as opposed to the English word of Sadness.
I don't think Old Zircon is actually an Enigma fan.
|Hooper_X - 2009-09-10 |
Oh my god. This song is that old? Fuck, dude.
Anyway, that's less upsetting than the fact that both of us have been posting on PoE sites for almost 10 years.
that really IS disconcerting. i am personally kind of dreading my job five or so years from now, because I will be teaching kids who won't even have been ALIVE when I sent my first email.
The other day a kid who posts on a local messageboard I'm on, which is less than 5 years old, legitimately thought the old "guide to dolphin sex" had been discovered by someone on there.
|StanleyPain - 2009-09-10 |
What a dated video. I actually really liked this album, though the endless copycats of it kind of ruined the overall effect. Enigma wound up doing better, though.
|citrusmirakel - 2009-09-10 |
A year or two after this song was released, it was default song to use during your R-movie sex scene, especially the more tasteless and torrid ones like the Witchcraft series. And of course, that's the only thing I was able to rent at the time.
What I'm saying is, I've jerked off to this song quite a few times.
|Camonk - 2009-09-10 |
I was conceived to Lookin' for Pussy, but Dr. Hook.
BY Dr. Hook.
But you knew that. You did. You didn't have to correct me. Asshole.
Caca Rocka by the Fugs would be better.
|TeenerTot - 2009-09-10 |
I was expecting a scene of Robert Downey and Toby Maguire kissing.
|Mister Shady - 2009-09-10 |
You're an asshole and your post makes no sense, considering the album this song was on was released in 1990 and became a hit in 1991. To further disprove your racist statement, I am white and I was conceived in November of '74. My daughter was conceived in February of '93. Ironically enough, she was not conceived to this song.
Your blanket assumption that all Caucasian couples that have EVER coupled in a sexual manner and produced offspring, engage in said coitus while listening to Enigma, clearly proves that you are either a racist nigger fucktard or a white teenager. Either way, do us all a favor and get the fuck off the internet.
Regarding the song and the band, they're both good. Unfortunately, I must one star this submit for the racist overtones of the OP.
I was SO blinded by rage I didn't see the "If you are 19 years old" in your subject. Regardless, the rest of my diatribe is still valid.
I only skimmed that comment earlier, and missed where you said "racist nigger fucktard."
Also I've never seen someone so vehemently defend Enigma. You're lame, Mr. Shady.
seriously? is that what you took from this?
CHILL OUT OLD DUDE.
|wtf japan - 2009-09-10 |
Dodged the bullet on this one. Man, all that chanting is getting me randy as hell. Brb, genuflecting.
|boner - 2009-09-10 |
I'm likely to have been conceived to Barry Manilow, Rod Stewart, The Bee Gees or possibly the Grease soundtrack.
|mashedtater - 2009-09-10 |
i was possibly concieved to kiss, hence my name is beth. :/
|stage - 2009-09-10 |
This is one sexy song.
|1394 - 2009-09-11 |
I'm going to have to add this to my "songs for fucking" cd.
I hope you already have Yakety Sax on there.
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