Floating by The Sick Rose, released 01 April 1990 1. High School 2. She's Got Everything 3. Good Times 4. Something More 5. Summer Feeling 6. I Feel Good 7. Take A Heart 8. Sorry 9. Always Taking 10. Don't Keep Me Out 11. It's Hard 12. Mr Jones 13. Get Along Girl 14. Two Thousand Pound Bee 15. Around And Around 16. About Me 17. Little Girlie Pearl 18. Hey Hey (Listen To What I Say) 19. What You Are (Bad Girl!) 20. A Kiss Is Not Enough 21. Love Me Two Times 22. No No No No 23. Everybody Wants To Know 2. Leading Garage Band in the 80s with the groundbreaking Faces album, The Sick Rose evolved through the decades into adulthood as a true r'n'r band, beyond all typical stereotypes with critically acclaimed works like Blastin' Out and No Need For Speed. Someplace Better, the band's 7th album, represents the sum total of all their influences and experiences.
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The Sick Rose" is a poem by William Blake. The first publication was in 1794, when it was included in his collection titled Songs of Experience as the 39th plate. The incipit of the poem is O Rose thou art sick.
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Italy's The Sick Rose were arguably the first European garage band to have the impact globally in the same manner as The Chesterfield Kings (from the Timothy Gassen's book Knights of Fuzz 1980-1995). Lead garage band in the Eighties, The Sick Rose with their fuzz and farfisa attack impressed the audience with full powered gigs, since the first released Faces LP, dated 1986.
The Sick Rose’ was published in William Blake’s Songs of Experience in 1794. The poem remains a baffling one, with Blake’s precise meaning difficult to ascertain. Many different interpretations have been offered, so below we sketch out some of the possible ways of analysing ‘The Sick Rose’ in terms of its imagery. O Rose thou art sick. The invisible worm, That flies in the night In the howling storm: Has found out thy bed Of crimson joy: And his dark secret love Does thy life destroy
The rose symbolizes earthly, as opposed to spiritual, love, which becomes ill when infected with the materialism of the world. The rose’s bed of crimson joy may also be a sexual image, with the admittedly phallic worm representing either lust or jealousy. Nature brings this sickness to the worm with the howling storm.