Talk:She Was A Hotel Detective

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Same ol' deal--vocally, this track is all Linnell. The recording's chorus squeals are not, "in fact, Flansy doing his best falsetto". They sped up Linnell's voice. Flans may have attempted the chorus in live shows (a practice which was inspiration for "How Can I Sing Like A Girl?"), but on this recording it's all The Professor. Thoughts? Facts? --RonAmoriM 19:04, 21 October 2006 (UTC) :)

Yeah, I wasn't too sure about that information when someone put it up a couple weeks ago. And just now, I did a slow-down thing to the song fle, and it's definitely Linnell sped up. File:Shewasa.mp3 ~ magbatz 20:43, 21 October 2006 (UTC)
Yeah, I think it's Linnell too, but I think you slowed it down a bit too much. -J2


There are two different versions, or at least files, of this song on Clock Radio. One is 3:19 and the other is 3:21. Is it just that one of them is cut off early? --Valerie 06:52, 16 February 2008 (UTC)

I don't think there's any difference except for where one of them is cut off. I listened through a while back, and I remember dismissing them as being the same. Though (if this is indeed the song I'm remembering) it's interesting that one of them is called a "demo." ~ magbatz 21:02, 16 February 2008 (UTC)


Thanks, Antgeth, for clearing up my edit. I was struggling with how to clear up the first trivia item, although all the nested quotes still looks odd to me, having everything again on one line is perhaps best. -CJSF 17:39, 31 July, 2012 (EDT)


This is the only proper disco track I can think that the band have recorded - I'd say Man, It's So Loud In Here is more eurodance than disco. Have I forgotten something obvious? --Markhiggins (talk) 21:20, 31 October 2013 (EDT)

I think it is, and I love this cool depressing disco idea. Wish there was more of it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by PyrrhonWheatley (talkcontribs) 09:20, September 13, 2017