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Thirteen Senses — Into The Fire
Album: The Invitation
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7.3

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Total ratings: 1746









Released: 2004
Length: 3:30
Plays (last 30 days): 4
Come on, come on
Put your hands into the fire
Explain, explain
As I turn and meet the power
This time, This time
Turning white and senses dire
Pull up, pull up
From one extreme to another

From the summer to the spring
From the mountain to the air
From Samaritan to sin
And it's waiting on the end

Come on, come on
Put your hands into the fire
Explain, explain
As I turn and meet the power
This time, This time
Turning white and sense dire
Pull up, pull up
From one extreme to another

From the summer to the spring
From the mountain to the air
From Samaritan to sin
And it's waiting on the end

and now I'm alone I'm looking out
I'm looking in, way down
The lights are dim
and now I'm alone I'm looking out
I'm looking in, way down
The lights are dim

Ooooh

Come on, come on
Put your hands into the fire
Come on, come on
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Wow do they have a Coldplay sound of them
This is delicious and speeds its way right into my happy playlist. Thanks, Bill.
The CPlay references amuse me- I get it but am not going there. These guys deserve recognition on merit for being very good.
This song makes me feel like a knight of the skies.
...has hints of Keane mixed with a dash of Coldplay. I like it!
Catchy tune!
They sound just like that other band; what's their name?
Who cares, as long as it sounds good?!  
Pretty sure this is the closing credits for a sad Grey's Anatomy or Scrubs episode!
Very similar to Travis, Snow Patrol, or as some said, Coldplay. Doesn't matter, it's cool anyway :)
Almost every band on here that sounds like Coldplay, sounds better than Coldplay. 
Cool!  I love Coldplay...wait...what?  It's who?  Oh...never mind.
 rushed wrote:
They have a Doves feel as well. Nice.
 
Listened a lot to Cold play?
They have a Doves feel as well. Nice.
Yet another great sounding band I'd never heard of before today!   Getting a Silversun Pickup vibe, too. a good thing in my book.

long live RP
I wish some stuff from their other albums would be added.  The Invitation isn't even their best album IMHO.  Contact and Crystal Sounds are both wildly underrated.

Edit: oops, looks like I'm repeating myself! I forgot I already posted about this 
I love this band. I just wish they would add some music from Thirteen Senses' other albums. Crystal Sounds in particular is a cracking album.
 1wolfy wrote:
 Nice vocals..cassano18 wrote:
woozurdaddy wrote:
Kinda like a cover band mixing Coldplay with Death Cab for Cutie with mixed results....
i thought of Death Cab too, but it surprises me that it wanst. this is the song that get me hooked on Grey's Anatomy

 

 
With a little Al Stewart vocals.
 Nice vocals..cassano18 wrote:
woozurdaddy wrote:
Kinda like a cover band mixing Coldplay with Death Cab for Cutie with mixed results....
i thought of Death Cab too, but it surprises me that it wanst. this is the song that get me hooked on Grey's Anatomy

 


 TAKEY wrote:
I have been looking for this song, I heard it on the show "Rescue Me". It's a perfect fit for that show.
 
I loved "Rescue Me".  Dennis Leary was tops.  Clever concept, sadly missed.
like but sounds like green days boulevard of broken dreams
fire!!!!
 lemmoth wrote:
Sorry - whenever I hear something new to me with the SAME FOUR CHORDS I can't really get into it.

 
Okaaaaaayyyyyy .... you just changed my rating from a 7 to a 3.
8 -> 9

Might just be the book I'm reading making me feel something more, but I'm ok with that.  
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:

Sung like a true Cornishman I think you mean?  The band are from Cornwall, England. Of course we would be happy to adopt them as Irishmen if they wish :)

 
Celts of the Atlantic Isles unite!
This and Do No Wrong are very similar in that they sounded so familiar at first listen and yet were new to me when I heard them on RP
 jimtyrrell wrote:
Great vocalist who sings this ballard like a true Irishman. Good to hear about the people who risk their lives to save our forests.
 
Sung like a true Cornishman I think you mean?  The band are from Cornwall, England. Of course we would be happy to adopt them as Irishmen if they wish :)
Sorry - whenever I hear something new to me with the SAME FOUR CHORDS I can't really get into it.
Usually it's a bummer when RP's main page and the pop-up audio player start playing the same song with a slight delay, but this time the non-vocal parts of this song are delay-echoing nicely. 

How 'bout those Goldsmiths!  
Great vocalist who sings this ballard like a true Irishman. Good to hear about the people who risk their lives to save our forests.
Love Love Love Thirteen Senses!!!
Beautiful. Up beat. Amazing syncopation. A feeling of contrast between the low and the high in tone and lyric, highlighting the up.
 theking2 wrote:
It is always nice to listen to Coldplay once in a while.
 
a nice song but such a "Lovebugs" rip-off (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lovebugs)
 Bosami wrote:


Agreed!
Agreed once again, super track

 


First heard Into the Fire years ago on RP and tracked down the album it came off of. It holds up well and I still listen to it regularly. Good stuff.
Good stuff!
Fantastic!
Goosebumps!!
 TJS wrote:
This one grabbed me right away.  8 right off the jump.
 

Agreed!
This one grabbed me right away.  8 right off the jump.
who are these guys ?!?  
good thing i dont like them 
 Sjaaks wrote:
Love this, very basic and indeed, it sounds a bit like you've heard it before. But if you judge a song by its pleasantness and how many times you could hear it before you grow tired of it, i think this one ranks pretty high!

8
 
Agreed!...8

Love this, very basic and indeed, it sounds a bit like you've heard it before. But if you judge a song by its pleasantness and how many times you could hear it before you grow tired of it, i think this one ranks pretty high!

8
I've never heard this band before. Very enjoyable.
Pretty OK, reminds me of South.
 woozurbuddy wrote:
Kinda like a cover band mixing Coldplay with Death Cab for Cutie with mixed results....
 

And some Doves....don't forget the Doves!
LOVE Thirteen Senses {#Daisy}{#Cool}{#Music}{#Bounce}
my sixth sense says been there heard that

Adore this song.  Very powerful.
 spunkyboy62 wrote:
Thank you. I was hoping I wasn't the only one who thought Coldplay replaced Chris Martin with Al "Year of the Cat" Stewart.
 
BINGO!
(you nailed it, counselor.) 

Good comments, folks.
ursus88 wrote:
The lead vocalist's voice reminds me quite a bit of Al Stewart. I kept expecting "in the year of the cat" to show up in the lyrics.
Thank you. I was hoping I wasn't the only one who thought Coldplay replaced Chris Martin with Al "Year of the Cat" Stewart.
bcorcoran wrote:
It sounds like many different songs but is itself none of them.
Agreed. The voice, the drums, the effects...very much an "it's like I've heard this song before" kind of song. my 2 senses
I think it's an amalgamation (I learned this word in 9th grade!) of contemporary pop rock and indie of the last couple years. It sounds like many different songs but is itself none of them.
"Rescue Me" song....very good. Using the current hit formula.
It's reminding me of "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Green Day (American Idiot).
Fun but familiar.
nshifley wrote:
The "come on, come on" melody really reminds me of something, but I just can't quite place the song.
"Run" by Snow Patrol?
I have been looking for this song, I heard it on the show "Rescue Me". It's a perfect fit for that show.
Love the guitar play, reminds me of The Edge
More like Band of Horses - the Funeral, than anything else.
pyxxel wrote:
I get a hint of Connells here too.
yes - the singer has that sound
nshifley wrote:
The "come on, come on" melody really reminds me of something, but I just can't quite place the song. I'm thinking early-to-mid 90's alt rock. It gives me an extremely nostalgic feeling.
It puts me in mind of being at a football match and screaming "Come on, come ON!" futilely at my team as they go 4-0 down with 10 minutes to play... ;-) This number grows on you, particularly the subtle guitar solo/riff in the background. Nice stuff.
nshifley wrote:
The "come on, come on" melody really reminds me of something, but I just can't quite place the song. I'm thinking early-to-mid 90's alt rock. It gives me an extremely nostalgic feeling.
The Shawn Colvin song about the pyromaniac? That's what I heard...
woozurdaddy wrote:
Kinda like a cover band mixing Coldplay with Death Cab for Cutie with mixed results....
i thought of Death Cab too, but it surprises me that it wanst. this is the song that get me hooked on Grey's Anatomy
the beginning sounds like Green Day.. Boulevard of Broken Dreams.
nick_valensi wrote:
very coldplayish, but I like it.
I'm hearing a mix of Coldplay and Neil Finn.
ACTUALLY BOUGHT THIS ALBUM AS AN IMPORT OVER A YEAR AGO WISH I WOULD HAVE JUST DOWNLOADED THE SONG AFTER THIS ONE they be ok, just not what I thought........6.5 to 7
very coldplayish, but I like it.
pyxxel wrote:
I get a hint of Connells here too.
That's exactly what I was thinking! (They're from my hometown -- good guys!)
nice. a bit corny but nice
I get a hint of Connells here too.
I love some aspects of this and despise others. I don't like the generic-sounding rhythm guitar (too Snow Patrol) and simplicity of the piano (too Coldplay), but I do like the lead-ish guitar parts, the vocals, and the overall songwriting. The "come on, come on" melody really reminds me of something, but I just can't quite place the song. I'm thinking early-to-mid 90's alt rock. It gives me an extremely nostalgic feeling.
good bridge to this tune.
I heard this song a little while ago and enjoyed it so I downloaded some other songs of theirs. I'm not sure how to exactly explain how I feel about them, I'll just simply say they're not good.
physicsgenius wrote:
ptooey wrote:
Heh. Unlike this practice of blanketing the song comments with negativity. Yeah, it never gets old. Give it up, pg.
Even if I were doing that, which I'm not, how would that be generic? Nobody else is doing it.
physicsgenius wrote:
Stevie Wonder - Living For The City (2005-08-18 11:49:51) So very dated. Love it as a classic, as it cannot be loved on the merits. Oh man, the voice at the end--awesome kitsch. Who is that, Grover? Led Zeppelin - Black Dog (2005-08-18 11:40:12) I have never understood the popularity of this song. They can't keep a beat to save their lives and meter is consequently forced over and over. It's jarring and awful. John Stanford - The Edge (2005-08-18 09:25:59) Miami Vice Theme Song Band plays Enya Miles Davis - The Pan Piper (2005-08-18 09:23:05) Truly painful. Like listening to the middle school band room before practice. Only more shrieky. Pink Floyd - The Great Gig In The Sky (2005-08-18 09:16:25) What on earth? Make it stop.
Uh huh.
ptooey wrote:
Heh. Unlike this practice of blanketing the song comments with negativity. Yeah, it never gets old. Give it up, pg.
Even if I were doing that, which I'm not, how would that be generic? Nobody else is doing it.
Oh, the song? 'sokay.
Exactly the "meh" reaction I was posting, but I guess it's OK for you to be "negative".
Roverfish wrote:
I really don't get the Coldplay comparisons. Really? I like the tune...but I did think it was Coldplay at first!! :?
Rescue Me
As your attorney, I advise you not to put any body parts into the fire.
This is a good tune. Not 100% original, bit goo d nevertheless.
I really don't get the Coldplay comparisons. Ok, they use a piano and male vocalist. By that reasoning, Randy Newman would qualify. There's no repetitive drum and bass and very little falsetto as this guy's range is higher already. That said, this is a very pleasant tune. Not going to move people to weep openly, but certainly listenable.
And up it goes another notch!
Good enough, would like to hear more. The soft-whisper-singing gets a bit tiresome, tho. :-k
good stuff. this song was on grey's anatomy
Recycled coldplay......
Awesome! \:D/
Good song, starting to get a bit much air time though on RP.
Ho hum. Sounds like generic slightly-angsty lite rock
trekhead wrote:
Thirteen? I get the first five. Then, I guess Strength, Intelligence, Wisdom, Dexterity, Constitution and Charisma but after that? PSI ability? SAT score? That feeling you get when Rachael Rae makes Pasta Benne' with Portibello Pesto? Tune's a 7 , I guess.
LOL.. I was enjoying this song, smiling as I read through the posts which never cease in their quest to remind me about the wide variety of tastes present. (Plus I learn something every now and then) Then I found this reference to Rachael Rae! :hungry: Haha. She is adorable, even though I do feel inclined to press the mute button on her now and then. :wink: Anyway, just another testament to why I'm addicted to RP. :)
Play Again,please! :clap:
is it insane that i thought this was karma police for the first few seconds? 0_o
Heard this over the weekend being used for a new FX series about (appropiately enough) firemen, staring Dennis Leary. Effectively used. Knew I had heard the song on RP, but could not think of the name.
The lead vocalist's voice reminds me quite a bit of Al Stewart. I kept expecting "in the year of the cat" to show up in the lyrics.
Dianyla wrote:
If they mated: Jump (Little Children) and Coldplay.
Nailed it, Dianyla! :nodhead: That's *exactly* it...
... and up goes the volume.
Yeah, I suppose they do have a sound that reminds you of other bands. When I first heard it, I thought Porcupine Tree had gone all poppy or that maybe Kent were singing in English or even a new track by Vast, but that's not a bad thing. I like it.
These guys have a great sound! I like!
Pleasant!
Is the vocalist the guy from The Lightning Seeds?
If they mated: Jump (Little Children) and Coldplay. Which is a good thing, IMO. :)
physicsgenius wrote:
Totally generic
Heh. Unlike this practice of blanketing the song comments with negativity. Yeah, it never gets old. Give it up, pg. Oh, the song? 'sokay.
Thirteen? I get the first five. Then, I guess Strength, Intelligence, Wisdom, Dexterity, Constitution and Charisma but after that? PSI ability? SAT score? That feeling you get when Rachael Rae makes Pasta Benne' with Portibello Pesto? Tune's a 7 , I guess.
Smokin
Sorry for dragging the song rating down, fans of Thirteen Senses: I accidentally rated this a "1" while attempting to do that to Blue October's "Ugly Side," which played just prior to it and which is a truly awful song. Oops. "Into the Fire" isn't so bad. Maybe I can vote again and average it out.
Seems pretty sappy :roll:
Liking this quite a bit. Going to need to check out more by Thirteen Senses!
twiggy77 wrote:
You mean it isn't?
The fact that I'm not sure says something.... Barcode it and stack it on the shelf.
mozonash wrote:
Is it just me, or could this be incorporated fairly easily into "Boulevard of Broken Songs" along with Oasis, Green Day, and Travis?
You mean it isn't?
Is it just me, or could this be incorporated fairly easily into "Boulevard of Broken Songs" along with Oasis, Green Day, and Travis? Hmmm....
Totally generic