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The Church – Seance (Remastered) / Os KSins & Hearts

Two great albums by one of Australia’s greatest ever groups, Steve Kilbey and the Church!

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THE CHURCH – SEANCE (1983) – REMASTERED

A remastered version of The Church’s 1983 album ‘Seance’.

Tracklisting

Fly
One Day
Electric
It’s No Reason
Travel By Thought
Disappear?
Electric Lash
Now I Wonder Why
Dropping Names
It Doesn’t Change

HERE SHE BE

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THE CHURCH – OF SKINS AND HEART (1981)

The Church’s breakthrough album, featuring the hit ‘The Unguarded Moment’.

Tracklisting

For A Moment We’re Strangers
Chrome Injury
The Unguarded Moment
Memories In Future Tense
Bel-Air
Is This Where You Live
She Never Said
Fighter Pilot
Don’t Open The Door To Strangers

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September 11, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Pop, Steve Kilbey, The Church, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Church – Under The Milky Way

Here’s The Church’s greatest individual moment in the magnificent Under The Milky Way.

A superbly crafted, beautiful, evocative, perfect pop song. I never tire of listening to it.

The durability of this wonderful track was seen in the Donnie Darko OST where it blew away all other good tracks on there.


Sometimes when this place gets kind of empty,

Sound of their breath fades with the light.
I think about the loveless fascination,
Under the milky way tonight.

Lower the curtain down in Memphis,
Lower the curtain down all right.
I got no time for private consultation,
Under the milky way tonight.

Wish I knew what you were looking for.
Might have known what you would find.
Wish I knew what you were looking for.
Might have known what you would find.

And its something quite peculiar,
Something that’s shimmering and white.
Leads you here despite your destination,
Under the milky way tonight
Under the milky way tonight.

Here are the boys performing Under The Milky Way

February 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, THE SONG, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

The Church – Under The Milky Way

Here’s The Church’s greatest individual moment in the magnificent Under The Milky Way.

A superbly crafted, beautiful, evocative, perfect pop song. I never tire of listening to it.

The durability of this wonderful track was seen in the Donnie Darko OST where it blew away all other good tracks on there.


Sometimes when this place gets kind of empty,

Sound of their breath fades with the light.
I think about the loveless fascination,
Under the milky way tonight.

Lower the curtain down in Memphis,
Lower the curtain down all right.
I got no time for private consultation,
Under the milky way tonight.

Wish I knew what you were looking for.
Might have known what you would find.
Wish I knew what you were looking for.
Might have known what you would find.

And its something quite peculiar,
Something that’s shimmering and white.
Leads you here despite your destination,
Under the milky way tonight
Under the milky way tonight.

Here are the boys performing Under The Milky Way

February 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

The Church – Starfish (Expanded Version)

The Church – Starfish (Expanded Version)
Genre: Alternative Pop/Rock / New Wave | CD | MP3 320 kbps | 142.25 MB
1988 | Publisher: BMG | Language: English | RapidShare

Here’s the Church. No, this has nothing to do with awful endless tentacles of the Vatican, or big cold stone buildings which blighted my childhood!

We fucking love Steve Kilbey and The Church. This was probably their greatest album. Certainly, their most successful critically and commercially (but was far from the commercial moneypot it should rightly have been, not exactly “Thriller”!).

It also includes their greatest individual hit in the magnificent Under The Milky Way. The durability of this wonderful track was seen in the Donnie Darko OST where it blew away all other good tracks on there. And the great news is that we get two different versions of this classic on here! There’s also the wonderful Reptile and Destination, as well as other great tracks.

Here are the boys performing Destination :

“Signing to Arista might have seemed an unusual move to start with, getting produced by L.A. studio types like Waddy Wachtel even more so. But for the Church the rewards were great — if sometimes too clean around the corners in comparison to the song-for-song masterpiece Heyday, Starfish set up the band’s well-deserved breakthrough in the States. T

he reason was “Under the Milky Way,” still one of the most haunting and elegant songs ever to make the Top 40. As Kilbey details a lyric of emotional distance and atmosphere, the band executes a quietly beautiful — and as is so often the case with the Church, astonishingly well-arranged — song, with mock bagpipes swirling through the mix for extra effect.

That wasn’t the only strong point on an album with more than a few; the lead-off track “Destination” was as strong an album opener as “Myrrh,” if slower paced and much more mysterious, piano blending through the song’s steady pace.

The rest of the first side has its share of highlights, such as the quietly threatening edge of “Blood Money” and the confident, restrained charge of “North, South, East and West.” Willson-Piper gets to lead off the second side with “Spark,” a vicious, tight rocker that captures some of the best ’60s rock edge and gives it a smart update.

Equally strong is Kilbey’s “Reptile,” with an appropriately snaky guitar line and rhythm punch offset against weirdly soothing keyboards. Koppes has an okay vocal to his credit on “A New Season,” but the stronger tracks are Kilbey’s other contributions, the strong guitar waltz of “Antenna” (with great guest mandolin from David Lindley) and the closing charge (and very Church-like title) of “Hotel Womb.”

Performances throughout are at the least fine and at the most fantastic.”

Review on allmusic.com


Tracklist:

1. Destination [5:52]
2. Under The Milky Way [4:59]
3. Blood Money [4:25]
4. Lost [4:49]
5. North, South, East And West [4:50]
6. Spark [3:45]
7. Antenna [3:50]
8. Reptile [4:57]
9. A New Season [2:58]
10. Hotel Womb [5:41]
11. Texas Moon [5:46]
12. Perfect Child [2:55]
13. We Both Know Why You’re Here [2:21]
14. Frozen And Distant [3:58]
15. Anna Miranda [3:04]
16. Nose Dive [3:26]
17. Afterlife [4:14]
18. Under The Milky Way (Acoustic) [4:08]
19. Antenna (Acoustic) [3:46]
20. Spark (Acoustic) [3:28]
21. Warm Spell [4:38]
22. Musk [3:55]

Here be nothing to do with the Vatican:

Download Part 1
Download Part 2

Password: newromanticrules

All Thanks to Octoberon

February 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Church – Starfish (Expanded Version)

The Church – Starfish (Expanded Version)
Genre: Alternative Pop/Rock / New Wave | CD | MP3 320 kbps | 142.25 MB
1988 | Publisher: BMG | Language: English | RapidShare

Here’s the Church. No, this has nothing to do with awful endless tentacles of the Vatican, or big cold stone buildings which blighted my childhood!

We fucking love Steve Kilbey and The Church. This was probably their greatest album. Certainly, their most successful critically and commercially (but was far from the commercial moneypot it should rightly have been, not exactly “Thriller”!).

It also includes their greatest individual hit in the magnificent Under The Milky Way. The durability of this wonderful track was seen in the Donnie Darko OST where it blew away all other good tracks on there. And the great news is that we get two different versions of this classic on here! There’s also the wonderful Reptile and Destination, as well as other great tracks.

Here are the boys performing Destination :

http://www.youtube.com/v/_IIOEdcOe7o&rel=1

“Signing to Arista might have seemed an unusual move to start with, getting produced by L.A. studio types like Waddy Wachtel even more so. But for the Church the rewards were great — if sometimes too clean around the corners in comparison to the song-for-song masterpiece Heyday, Starfish set up the band’s well-deserved breakthrough in the States. T

he reason was “Under the Milky Way,” still one of the most haunting and elegant songs ever to make the Top 40. As Kilbey details a lyric of emotional distance and atmosphere, the band executes a quietly beautiful — and as is so often the case with the Church, astonishingly well-arranged — song, with mock bagpipes swirling through the mix for extra effect.

That wasn’t the only strong point on an album with more than a few; the lead-off track “Destination” was as strong an album opener as “Myrrh,” if slower paced and much more mysterious, piano blending through the song’s steady pace.

The rest of the first side has its share of highlights, such as the quietly threatening edge of “Blood Money” and the confident, restrained charge of “North, South, East and West.” Willson-Piper gets to lead off the second side with “Spark,” a vicious, tight rocker that captures some of the best ’60s rock edge and gives it a smart update.

Equally strong is Kilbey’s “Reptile,” with an appropriately snaky guitar line and rhythm punch offset against weirdly soothing keyboards. Koppes has an okay vocal to his credit on “A New Season,” but the stronger tracks are Kilbey’s other contributions, the strong guitar waltz of “Antenna” (with great guest mandolin from David Lindley) and the closing charge (and very Church-like title) of “Hotel Womb.”

Performances throughout are at the least fine and at the most fantastic.”

Review on allmusic.com


Tracklist:

1. Destination [5:52]
2. Under The Milky Way [4:59]
3. Blood Money [4:25]
4. Lost [4:49]
5. North, South, East And West [4:50]
6. Spark [3:45]
7. Antenna [3:50]
8. Reptile [4:57]
9. A New Season [2:58]
10. Hotel Womb [5:41]
11. Texas Moon [5:46]
12. Perfect Child [2:55]
13. We Both Know Why You’re Here [2:21]
14. Frozen And Distant [3:58]
15. Anna Miranda [3:04]
16. Nose Dive [3:26]
17. Afterlife [4:14]
18. Under The Milky Way (Acoustic) [4:08]
19. Antenna (Acoustic) [3:46]
20. Spark (Acoustic) [3:28]
21. Warm Spell [4:38]
22. Musk [3:55]

Here be nothing to do with the Vatican:

Download Part 1
Download Part 2

Password: newromanticrules

All Thanks to Octoberon

February 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Church – Forget Yourself [2003/MP3/V0(VBR)/Log]

More majestic music from The Church. This time from 2003. The magnificent Aussie group here continues its unmatched quest for great music.

Tracklisting

01. Sealine
02. Song In Space
03. The Theatre And Its Double
04. Telepath
05. See Your Lights
06. Lay Low
07. Maya
08. Appalatia
09. June
10. Don’t You Fall
11. I Kept Everything
12. Nothing Seeker
13. Reversal
14. Summer

Here she be:

Forget_Yourself.par t1.rar

Forget_Yourself.part2.rar

Thanks to the original poster

January 21, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

The Church – Forget Yourself [2003/MP3/V0(VBR)/Log]

More majestic music from The Church. This time from 2003. The magnificent Aussie group here continues its unmatched quest for great music.

Tracklisting

01. Sealine
02. Song In Space
03. The Theatre And Its Double
04. Telepath
05. See Your Lights
06. Lay Low
07. Maya
08. Appalatia
09. June
10. Don’t You Fall
11. I Kept Everything
12. Nothing Seeker
13. Reversal
14. Summer

Here she be:

Forget_Yourself.par t1.rar

Forget_Yourself.part2.rar

Thanks to the original poster

January 21, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Church – Deep In The Shallows (Classic Singles Collection) @320]

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2007/ MP3 @ 320

We at Dublindog Mansions just fucking love the Church. No, not that strange dark boring place to where as kids we were dragged kicking and screaming every fucking Sunday (and some Fridays too, for some strange reason!) Ahhh, the memories!!!

Here’s the great Aussie bard Steve Kilbey and his cohorts. And here’s the cream of the wonderful singles they made together.

And, yes, for those who heard of the Church only via Donnie Darko, the magnificent Under The Milky Way is here!!

From EMI:

https://i2.wp.com/static.flickr.com/31/215271154_2765f83ffc.jpgThis is a 2007 double CD set that compiles all the classic EMI singles from one of Australia’s finest exports. The Church’s blend of Byrds-like jangle, soaring melodies, Psychedelic dynamics and an almost Goth-like hint of darkness endeared them to the Alternative/New Wave crowd through most of the ’80s and beyond.

This two CD set compiles their finest moments and features some of the greatest sounds to emerge from Oz since the days of the munchkins! 33 tracks including ‘Under The Milky Way’, ‘Almost With You’, ‘Reptile’, ‘The Unguarded Moment’, ‘Constant In Opal’, ‘Ripple’, ‘Already Yesterday’ and many more.

Amazon ( Jason W. Bellenger)

Exactly What I Was Looking For — An Excellent Retrospective With Excellent Sound!,

October 11, 2007

I had my eyes on this collection for a few months before I caved in and added it to my cart. In fact, I’ve had my eyes on a compilation from The Church for a few years now after reading a number of excellent reviews for the band. “Under The Milky Way”, their lone U.S. charting single, is, unfortunately, probably the only track that American fans will remember this band for. After all, it is the single that introduced me to the band many years ago. I wasn’t sure that that band had much more to offer until I stumbled upon “The Unguarded Moment” accidentally in 2006, not realizing that it was a recording that hailed from 1981, the same year that I was born. It sounded so fresh!

After doing a bit more research and downloading I soon realized that this Australian band had much more to offer! I discovered the “Reptile” video on YouTube and got hooked on that guitar solo. Soon I had “Ripple” and “When You Were Mine” stuck in my head, which led me to purchase this compilation and discover even more music. What better way to start with The Church than this excellent 2007 double-disc retrospective from EMI Australia?

Other reviewers have pointed out how great it would be to discover this band for the very first time right now. I’m not familiar with all their work yet based on what I hear on this release, I’m looking forward to hearing much more. Tracks such as “It’s No Reason”, “Antenna”, and “Electric Lash” have already become favorites only after a few listens. The interesting thing about The Church is that their music doesn’t seem to age – most of the tracks from the 1980s and 1990s sound like they could have been recorded in 2007. Lead vocalist, Steve Kilbey, has such a distinctive voice, giving The Church a unique sound of it’s own.

I’m surprised that nobody has commented yet on the audio quality presented on this release. These tracks have all been digitally remastered and sound brilliant! While the liner notes do not credit any mastering engineer, these songs have never sounded more crisp and clean, especially the early recordings, which have been given a previously unheard punch and clarity. In fact, this is one of the best remastering jobs I’ve heard from music of this time. Thumbs up to EMI Australia for putting out another excellent sounding collection.

Tracklisting:

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1. She Never Said
2. The Unguarded Moment
3. Too Fast For You
4. Tear It All Away
5. Almost With You
6. When You Were Mine
7. A Different Man
8. It’s No Reason
9. Electric Lash
10. Constant In Opal
11. Already Yesterday
12. Tantalized
13. Columbus
14. Disenchanted
15. Antenna
16. Reptile
17. Destination
18. Under The Milky Way

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1. Metropolis
2. You’re Still Beautiful
3. Russian Autumn Heart
4. Ripple
5. Feel
6. Two Places At Once
7. Welcome
8. Comedown
9. Louisiana
10. Numbers
11. Song In Space (Short Trip)
12. 0408
13. Block
14. Unified Field (Short Circuit Mix)
15. Easy (Sliced Mix)

January 18, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, _MUSIC | 3 Comments

The Church – Deep In The Shallows (Classic Singles Collection) @320]

The image “https://i1.wp.com/ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ipLXK17-L._AA240_.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.The Church – Deep In The Shallows (Classic Singles Collection)
2007/ MP3 @ 320

We at Dublindog Mansions just fucking love the Church. No, not that strange dark boring place to where as kids we were dragged kicking and screaming every fucking Sunday (and some Fridays too, for some strange reason!) Ahhh, the memories!!!

Here’s the great Aussie bard Steve Kilbey and his cohorts. And here’s the cream of the wonderful singles they made together.

And, yes, for those who heard of the Church only via Donnie Darko, the magnificent Under The Milky Way is here!!

From EMI:

https://i2.wp.com/static.flickr.com/31/215271154_2765f83ffc.jpgThis is a 2007 double CD set that compiles all the classic EMI singles from one of Australia’s finest exports. The Church’s blend of Byrds-like jangle, soaring melodies, Psychedelic dynamics and an almost Goth-like hint of darkness endeared them to the Alternative/New Wave crowd through most of the ’80s and beyond.

This two CD set compiles their finest moments and features some of the greatest sounds to emerge from Oz since the days of the munchkins! 33 tracks including ‘Under The Milky Way’, ‘Almost With You’, ‘Reptile’, ‘The Unguarded Moment’, ‘Constant In Opal’, ‘Ripple’, ‘Already Yesterday’ and many more.

Amazon ( Jason W. Bellenger)

Exactly What I Was Looking For — An Excellent Retrospective With Excellent Sound!,

October 11, 2007

I had my eyes on this collection for a few months before I caved in and added it to my cart. In fact, I’ve had my eyes on a compilation from The Church for a few years now after reading a number of excellent reviews for the band. “Under The Milky Way”, their lone U.S. charting single, is, unfortunately, probably the only track that American fans will remember this band for. After all, it is the single that introduced me to the band many years ago. I wasn’t sure that that band had much more to offer until I stumbled upon “The Unguarded Moment” accidentally in 2006, not realizing that it was a recording that hailed from 1981, the same year that I was born. It sounded so fresh!

After doing a bit more research and downloading I soon realized that this Australian band had much more to offer! I discovered the “Reptile” video on YouTube and got hooked on that guitar solo. Soon I had “Ripple” and “When You Were Mine” stuck in my head, which led me to purchase this compilation and discover even more music. What better way to start with The Church than this excellent 2007 double-disc retrospective from EMI Australia?

Other reviewers have pointed out how great it would be to discover this band for the very first time right now. I’m not familiar with all their work yet based on what I hear on this release, I’m looking forward to hearing much more. Tracks such as “It’s No Reason”, “Antenna”, and “Electric Lash” have already become favorites only after a few listens. The interesting thing about The Church is that their music doesn’t seem to age – most of the tracks from the 1980s and 1990s sound like they could have been recorded in 2007. Lead vocalist, Steve Kilbey, has such a distinctive voice, giving The Church a unique sound of it’s own.

I’m surprised that nobody has commented yet on the audio quality presented on this release. These tracks have all been digitally remastered and sound brilliant! While the liner notes do not credit any mastering engineer, these songs have never sounded more crisp and clean, especially the early recordings, which have been given a previously unheard punch and clarity. In fact, this is one of the best remastering jobs I’ve heard from music of this time. Thumbs up to EMI Australia for putting out another excellent sounding collection.

Tracklisting:

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1. She Never Said
2. The Unguarded Moment
3. Too Fast For You
4. Tear It All Away
5. Almost With You
6. When You Were Mine
7. A Different Man
8. It’s No Reason
9. Electric Lash
10. Constant In Opal
11. Already Yesterday
12. Tantalized
13. Columbus
14. Disenchanted
15. Antenna
16. Reptile
17. Destination
18. Under The Milky Way

The image “https://i1.wp.com/ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ipLXK17-L._AA240_.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors. cd2:

1. Metropolis
2. You’re Still Beautiful
3. Russian Autumn Heart
4. Ripple
5. Feel
6. Two Places At Once
7. Welcome
8. Comedown
9. Louisiana
10. Numbers
11. Song In Space (Short Trip)
12. 0408
13. Block
14. Unified Field (Short Circuit Mix)
15. Easy (Sliced Mix)

January 18, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Church – Deep In The Shallows (Classic Singles Collection) @320]

The image “https://i1.wp.com/ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ipLXK17-L._AA240_.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.The Church – Deep In The Shallows (Classic Singles Collection)
2007/ MP3 @ 320

We at Dublindog Mansions just fucking love the Church. No, not that strange dark boring place to where as kids we were dragged kicking and screaming every fucking Sunday (and some Fridays too, for some strange reason!) Ahhh, the memories!!!

Here’s the great Aussie bard Steve Kilbey and his cohorts. And here’s the cream of the wonderful singles they made together.

And, yes, for those who heard of the Church only via Donnie Darko, the magnificent Under The Milky Way is here!!

From EMI:

https://i2.wp.com/static.flickr.com/31/215271154_2765f83ffc.jpgThis is a 2007 double CD set that compiles all the classic EMI singles from one of Australia’s finest exports. The Church’s blend of Byrds-like jangle, soaring melodies, Psychedelic dynamics and an almost Goth-like hint of darkness endeared them to the Alternative/New Wave crowd through most of the ’80s and beyond.

This two CD set compiles their finest moments and features some of the greatest sounds to emerge from Oz since the days of the munchkins! 33 tracks including ‘Under The Milky Way’, ‘Almost With You’, ‘Reptile’, ‘The Unguarded Moment’, ‘Constant In Opal’, ‘Ripple’, ‘Already Yesterday’ and many more.

Amazon ( Jason W. Bellenger)

Exactly What I Was Looking For — An Excellent Retrospective With Excellent Sound!,

October 11, 2007

I had my eyes on this collection for a few months before I caved in and added it to my cart. In fact, I’ve had my eyes on a compilation from The Church for a few years now after reading a number of excellent reviews for the band. “Under The Milky Way”, their lone U.S. charting single, is, unfortunately, probably the only track that American fans will remember this band for. After all, it is the single that introduced me to the band many years ago. I wasn’t sure that that band had much more to offer until I stumbled upon “The Unguarded Moment” accidentally in 2006, not realizing that it was a recording that hailed from 1981, the same year that I was born. It sounded so fresh!

After doing a bit more research and downloading I soon realized that this Australian band had much more to offer! I discovered the “Reptile” video on YouTube and got hooked on that guitar solo. Soon I had “Ripple” and “When You Were Mine” stuck in my head, which led me to purchase this compilation and discover even more music. What better way to start with The Church than this excellent 2007 double-disc retrospective from EMI Australia?

Other reviewers have pointed out how great it would be to discover this band for the very first time right now. I’m not familiar with all their work yet based on what I hear on this release, I’m looking forward to hearing much more. Tracks such as “It’s No Reason”, “Antenna”, and “Electric Lash” have already become favorites only after a few listens. The interesting thing about The Church is that their music doesn’t seem to age – most of the tracks from the 1980s and 1990s sound like they could have been recorded in 2007. Lead vocalist, Steve Kilbey, has such a distinctive voice, giving The Church a unique sound of it’s own.

I’m surprised that nobody has commented yet on the audio quality presented on this release. These tracks have all been digitally remastered and sound brilliant! While the liner notes do not credit any mastering engineer, these songs have never sounded more crisp and clean, especially the early recordings, which have been given a previously unheard punch and clarity. In fact, this is one of the best remastering jobs I’ve heard from music of this time. Thumbs up to EMI Australia for putting out another excellent sounding collection.

Tracklisting:

The image “https://i1.wp.com/ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ipLXK17-L._AA240_.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors. cd1:

1. She Never Said
2. The Unguarded Moment
3. Too Fast For You
4. Tear It All Away
5. Almost With You
6. When You Were Mine
7. A Different Man
8. It’s No Reason
9. Electric Lash
10. Constant In Opal
11. Already Yesterday
12. Tantalized
13. Columbus
14. Disenchanted
15. Antenna
16. Reptile
17. Destination
18. Under The Milky Way

The image “https://i1.wp.com/ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ipLXK17-L._AA240_.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors. cd2:

1. Metropolis
2. You’re Still Beautiful
3. Russian Autumn Heart
4. Ripple
5. Feel
6. Two Places At Once
7. Welcome
8. Comedown
9. Louisiana
10. Numbers
11. Song In Space (Short Trip)
12. 0408
13. Block
14. Unified Field (Short Circuit Mix)
15. Easy (Sliced Mix)

January 18, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Church, _MUSIC | Leave a comment