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8 thoughts on “ The Boy With The Arab Strap - Belle & Sebastian - Fans Only (DVD)

  1. The inspiration for the album's name came from the band Arab Strap, who are also from Scotland and briefly toured with Belle & Sebastian. An Arab strap is a sexual device for retaining an erection, a fact unknown to Stuart Murdoch at the time. Arab Strap were reportedly less than pleased with their inclusion in the title of the cimiterpoiflamliu.isskysedpiedweezithomtamamjewltranbe.co: Indie pop, chamber pop.
  2. The Boy With The Arab Strap Lyrics: A mile and a half on a bus takes a long time / The odour of old prison food takes a long time to pass you by / Day upon day of this wandering gets you down.
  3. I am not really a Belle and Sebastian fan. Just like the title song,"The Boy with the Arab Strap" through watching the "Teachers" TV show. Buying the album has broaden my musical experience, of which I am glad, but it is not an album I turn to often except to play the title track/5().
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Boy With The Arab Strap on Discogs/5(13).
  5. Listen free to Belle and Sebastian – The Boy With The Arab Strap (It Could Have Been a Brilliant Career, Sleep the Clock Around and more). 12 tracks (). The Boy with the Arab Strap is the third album from the Scottish band Belle & Sebastian. The inspiration for the album's name came from the band Arab Strap, who are also from Scotland and briefly toured with Belle & Sebastian.
  6. referencing The Boy With The Arab Strap, LP, Album, RE, JPRLP Volume is so low on this pressing (as with other B&S albums), seems to get slightly louder as it progresses. Have to crank the volume to hear it.
  7. General Commentin the belle and sebastian message board, they say an arab strap is pretty much a sex device for the penis. i dont know if im right, but my interpretation of the song is about someone who just got out of jail and is having a hard time adjusting to life. i love how the song sounds so happy and upbeat but the lyrics are not only.
  8. This is the title track from the third album by Scottish indie pop band Belle and Sebastian. The inspiration for the title came from the band Arab Strap, who are also from Scotland and briefly toured with Belle and Sebastian. Lead singer and songwriter Stuart Murdoch admitted to Q magazine in April "It's about Aidan Moffat from Arab Strap.

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