When, Mikkel Steen/Michael Hansen
Vocals, rhythm guitar: Mikkel Steen
Lead guitar: Michael Hansen
Bass: Morten Hansen
Drums: Morten Kühlmann
Recorded in the Ole Erling Studio, autumn 1990
9th song appearing on The Sky Tape (Skybåndet), length x:xx minutes
13th song appearing on Revolution In Your Balls, disc one
A little gem of a pop-song in The Hue catalogue that, strangely, didn't live very long concertwise. Maybe the song was to simple and therefore - with the usual Hue-logic - too boring to play... talk about catering for the audience. It is also the only song from The Skytape that stay under four minutes.
It was only the second track to be written by Mikkel - a few weeks after he did Granny With The Gun with Morten - and it was included in The Hue's first live performance at Viften, Rødovre, March 9th, 1990.
The song is constructed from the wellknown formula verse-chorus-verse-chorus-solo-B piece-verse-chorus and is one of the most commercial tracks from The Hue's early repertoire - but not one of the better known ones...
Michael: I remember I quite liked it back then, but I think our eternal longing for mega-long soloes and jam-pieces meant that it died out pretty quickly... A shame, we should have listened to Ole once in a while back in those days...
Mikkel: It's still - even today - a nice little song and the recording is pretty good too. Nice echo on the vocals and a short and well-balanced solo from Billy.