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** The line "I feel Gina might / on her opening night" in "Opening Night" is a reference to Creator/JohnCassavetes' film ''Opening Night'' with ''Gena Rowlands.''

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** The line "I feel Gina might / on her opening night" in "Opening Night" is a reference to Creator/JohnCassavetes' film ''Opening Night'' ''Film/OpeningNight'' with ''Gena Rowlands.''Creator/GenaRowlands.''


* IntercourseWithYou: "Gimme The Heat:"

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* IntercourseWithYou: "Gimme The the Heat:"



* ProductPlacement: "Fell Of the Floor, Man:"

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* ProductPlacement: "Fell Of Off the Floor, Man:"


[[caption-width-right:350:''He went to the bottom, put his soul on fire.'']]

''In A Bar, Under The Sea'' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were "Fell Off The Floor, Man", "Theme From Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" and "Little Arithmetics". The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.

'''Tracklist'''

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[[caption-width-right:350:''He [[caption-width-right:350: ''He went to the bottom, put his soul on fire.'']]

''In A a Bar, Under The the Sea'' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were were: "Fell Off The the Floor, Man", Man," "Theme From from Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" ''Turnpike''), "Roses," and "Little Arithmetics". Arithmetics." The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.

'''Tracklist'''
favorite.
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!! '''Tracklist:'''



# "Guilty Pleasures" (4:23)
# "Nine Threads" (3:34)
# "Disappointed in the Sun" (6:03)
# "For the Roses" (4:57) (also named "Roses")
# "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep" (2:53)

'''Personnel'''
* Stef Kamil Carlens: vocal, guitar, bass, double bass, percussion, claps
* Tom Barman: vocal, guitar, Hammond, Talkback, samples, percussion, synthesiser, cma's
* Jules De Borgher: drums, percussion, bells, claps
* Craig Ward: vocal, guitar, sax, mandolin, claps, ukelele, slide guitar
* Klaas Janzoons: vocal, percussion, Talkback, piano, violin, synthesiser, beatbox, claps
* Rudy Trouvé: vocal, piccolo, harmonica, guitar, ukelele

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# "Guilty Pleasures" (4:23)
# "Nine Threads" (3:34)
# "Disappointed in the Sun" (6:03)
# "For the Roses" (4:57) (also (Also named "Roses")
# "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep" (2:53)

'''Personnel'''
(2:53)
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!! '''Personnel:'''

* Stef Kamil Carlens: vocal, Vocal, guitar, bass, double bass, percussion, claps
* Tom Barman: vocal, Vocal, guitar, Hammond, Talkback, samples, percussion, synthesiser, cma's
* Jules De de Borgher: drums, Drums, percussion, bells, claps
* Craig Ward: vocal, Vocal, guitar, sax, mandolin, claps, ukelele, slide guitar
* Klaas Janzoons: vocal, Vocal, percussion, Talkback, piano, violin, synthesiser, beatbox, claps
* Rudy Trouvé: vocal, Trouve: Vocal, piccolo, harmonica, guitar, ukelele



* Scott Mccloud: "philosophy"

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* Scott Mccloud: "philosophy"[=Mc=]Cloud: "Philosophy"



* Pieter Lamot: trombone
* Ian Humphries: violin
* Charles Mutter: violin
* Nic Pendlebury: viola
* Deirdre Cooper: cello
* Dana Colley: saxophones
* Vincienne: claps
* Jim Brumby: claps, rate and depth
* Piet Jorens: piano, gong

!! Tropes From Turnpike
* AlbumTitleDrop: "Disappointed In The Sun"

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* Pieter Lamot: trombone
Trombone
* Ian Humphries: violin
Violin
* Charles Mutter: violin
Violin
* Nic Pendlebury: viola
Viola
* Deirdre Cooper: cello
Cello
* Dana Colley: saxophones
Saxophone
* Vincienne: claps
Claps
* Jim Brumby: claps, rate Claps, rate, and depth
* Piet Jorens: piano, gong

Piano, gong
----

!! Tropes From Turnpike
from Turnpike:

* AlbumTitleDrop: "Disappointed In The Sun"in the Sun:"



* AlliterativeTitle: "'''F'''ell Off The '''F'''loor, Man", "'''T'''heme From '''T'''urnpike".
* BrokenRecord: "Roses"

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* AlliterativeTitle: "'''F'''ell Off The the '''F'''loor, Man", Man" and "'''T'''heme From '''T'''urnpike".
from '''T'''urnpike."
* BrokenRecord: "Roses""Roses:"



* CapitalismIsBad: "Supermarketsong"

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* CapitalismIsBad: "Supermarketsong""Supermarketsong:"



* CutShort: "Theme From Turnpike" is abruptly cut short.
* DesignStudentsOrgasm: The album cover, designed by Rudy Trouvé.
* DroneOfDread: "Theme From Turnpike".
* EpicRocking: "Fell Off The Floor Man", "Theme From Turnpike", "Disappointed In The Sun".
* EverythingIsAnInstrument: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" was recorded through the telephone, while the band was in France and talking to presenters of the Belgian radio station ''Studio Brussel'' in Brussels, Belgium. This is also a {{Homage}} to "The Blimp" from ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' by Music/CaptainBeefheart, which was also recorded through the telephone.
* ImmediateSelfContradiction: "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep".
* IntercourseWithYou: "Gimme The Heat".

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* CutShort: "Theme From from Turnpike" is abruptly cut short.
* DesignStudentsOrgasm: The album cover, designed by Rudy Trouvé.
Trouve.
* DroneOfDread: "Theme From Turnpike".
from Turnpike."
* EpicRocking: "Fell Off The Floor Man", the Floor, Man," "Theme From Turnpike", from Turnpike," and "Disappointed In The Sun".
in the Sun."
* EverythingIsAnInstrument: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" was recorded through the telephone, while the band was in France UsefulNotes/{{France}} and talking to presenters of the Belgian radio station ''Studio Brussel'' in Brussels, Belgium. UsefulNotes/{{Belgium}}. This is also a {{Homage}} to "The Blimp" from ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' by Music/CaptainBeefheart, which was also recorded through the telephone.
telephone.
* ImmediateSelfContradiction: "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep".
Sleep."
* IntercourseWithYou: "Gimme The Heat".Heat:"



* InTheStyleOf: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" is played in the style of a 1930s blues song. Tom Barman has admitted that "Roses" was a pastiche of Music/{{Nirvana}}.

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* InTheStyleOf: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" is played in the style of a 1930s blues 1930's {{blues}} song. Tom Barman has admitted that "Roses" was a pastiche of Music/{{Nirvana}}.



* NostalgiaFilter: "Memory Of A Festival".
--> ''Do you remember the festival in '94 with 90 fuckups?''
* OneWordTitle: "Serpentine" and "Supermarketsong".
* ThePowerOfLove: "Serpentine".

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* NostalgiaFilter: "Memory Of A Festival".
of a Festival:"
--> ''Do you remember the festival in '94 with 90 fuckups?''
fuck ups?''
* OneWordTitle: "Serpentine" and "Supermarketsong".
"Supermarketsong."
* ThePowerOfLove: "Serpentine". "Serpentine:"



* ProductPlacement: "Fell Of The Floor, Man"
--> ''Folks got me up against a Volkswagen''.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: "Roses" was inspired by an encounter Barman had with a German girl. They had a relationship, but when they saw each other again she acted as if they didn't knew each other, despite at the same time trying to seduce him. According to an interview in Humo (1998) the girl kept sending him awfully perfumed love letters each week.

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* ProductPlacement: "Fell Of The the Floor, Man"
Man:"
--> ''Folks got me up against a Volkswagen''.
Volkswagen.''
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: "Roses" was inspired by an encounter Barman had with a German girl. They had a relationship, but when they saw each other again she acted as if they didn't knew each other, despite at the same time trying to seduce him. According to an interview in Humo ''Humo'' (1998) the girl kept sending him awfully perfumed love letters each week. week.



** "Fell Off The Floor, Man" namedrops Music/JamesBrown and Creator/RitaHayworth.

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** "Fell Off The the Floor, Man" namedrops Music/JamesBrown and Creator/RitaHayworth.Creator/RitaHayworth:



--> ''...''
--> ''You're supposed to say: "Yeah!", like a Music/JamesBrown thing.''

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--> ''...''
''(...)''
--> ''You're supposed to say: "Yeah!", "Yeah!," like a Music/JamesBrown thing.''



** The line "I feel Gina might/on her opening night" in "Opening Night" is a reference to Creator/JohnCassavetes' film "Opening Night" with Gena Rowlands.
** "Theme From Turnpike" has a sample from Music/CharlesMingus' "Fare Wells, Mill Valley" from "Mingus Dynasty" (1959). The line "New Jersey turnpike ridin' on a wet night" refers to a song on Music/BruceSpringsteen's album ''Nebraska.''
** Music/ElvisPresley is namedropped during "A Shocking Lack Thereof".
** "Nine Threads" refers to a line from "Hey Hey My My" by Music/NeilYoung from his album ''Music/RustNeverSleeps'', but twists it around:

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** The line "I feel Gina might/on might / on her opening night" in "Opening Night" is a reference to Creator/JohnCassavetes' film "Opening Night" ''Opening Night'' with Gena Rowlands.
** "Theme From Turnpike" has a sample from Music/CharlesMingus' "Fare Wells, Mill Valley" from "Mingus Dynasty" (1959). The line "New Jersey turnpike ridin' on a wet night" refers to a song on Music/BruceSpringsteen's album ''Nebraska.
''Gena Rowlands.''
** "Theme from Turnpike" has a sample from Music/CharlesMingus' "Fare Wells, Mill Valley" from ''Mingus Dynasty'' (1959). The line: "UsefulNotes/NewJersey turnpike ridin' on a wet night" refers to a song on Music/BruceSpringsteen's album ''Nebraska.''
** Music/ElvisPresley is namedropped name dropped during "A Shocking Lack Thereof".
Thereof."
** "Nine Threads" refers to a line from "Hey Hey My My" by Music/NeilYoung from his album ''Music/RustNeverSleeps'', ''Music/RustNeverSleeps,'' but twists it around:



** "Serpentine" was inspired by an interview Barman had with Creator/SeanPenn and where the actor said: "You do it straight or you do it serpentine."
** "Disappointed In The Sun" is a reference to a quote from Music/CaptainBeefheart in the short documentary "Some Yo-Yo Stuff" (1993), directed by Creator/AntonCorbijn where he claimed that after leaving the Creator/VincentVanGogh museum in Amsterdam the sun "disappointed him." Also mentionable is the fact that "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" was recorded through the telephone, much like "The Blimp" on ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' and that former Beefheart band member Eric Drew Feldman produced "In A Bar Under The Sea". Beefheart was referenced again in "Roses":
--> ''She's painting''

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** "Serpentine" was inspired by an interview Barman had with Creator/SeanPenn and where the actor said: "You said:
--> ''You
do it straight or you do it serpentine."
''
** "Disappointed In The in the Sun" is a reference to a quote from Music/CaptainBeefheart in the short documentary "Some ''Some Yo-Yo Stuff" Stuff'' (1993), directed by Creator/AntonCorbijn where he claimed that after leaving the Creator/VincentVanGogh museum in Amsterdam the sun "disappointed him." Also mentionable is the fact that "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" was recorded through the telephone, much like "The Blimp" on ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' and that former Beefheart band member Eric Drew Feldman produced "In A Bar ''In a Bar, Under The Sea". the Sea.'' Beefheart was referenced again in "Roses":
"Roses:"
--> ''She's painting'' painting''



* SingerNamedrop: "Supermarketsong" has a line referring to Sam Louwijck and Eric Drew Feldman, who produced the album
--> ''Spastic Sam and Eric Drew make supermarkets superflue''.
* TheSomethingSong: "Supermarketsong".
* SpecialGuest: Scott Mccloud (Girls Against Boys) plays along on "Fell Off The Floor, Man", Dana Colley (Morphine) on "Supermarketsong" and Bart Maris (X-Legged Sally) on "Nine Threads".
* StudioChatter: Near the end of "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" and at the start of "Guilty Pleasures".
* UnderTheSea: The album title, as well as the protagonist in "Disappointed In The Sun" who dives in the sea to go to an underwater bar.
* WordSaladLyrics: "Fell Off The Floor, Man".
* YourLittleDismissiveDiminutive: "Little Arithmetics".

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* SingerNamedrop: "Supermarketsong" has a line referring to Sam Louwijck and Eric Drew Feldman, who produced the album
album:
--> ''Spastic Sam and Eric Drew make supermarkets superflue''.
superflue.''
* TheSomethingSong: "Supermarketsong".
"Supermarketsong."
* SpecialGuest: Scott Mccloud [=Mc=]Cloud (Girls Against Boys) plays along on "Fell Off The the Floor, Man", Man," Dana Colley (Morphine) (Music/{{Morphine}}) on "Supermarketsong" "Supermarketsong," and Bart Maris (X-Legged Sally) (''X-Legged Sally'') on "Nine Threads".
Threads."
* StudioChatter: Near the end of "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" and at the start of "Guilty Pleasures".
Pleasures."
* UnderTheSea: The album title, as well as the protagonist in "Disappointed In The in the Sun" who dives in the sea to go to an underwater bar.
* WordSaladLyrics: "Fell Off The the Floor, Man".
Man."
* YourLittleDismissiveDiminutive: "Little Arithmetics". Arithmetics."



''He said.... NO MOOOOORRRRRRE... loud...muuusic!''

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''He said.... said... NO MOOOOORRRRRRE... loud...muuusic!''MOOOOORRRRRE... Loud... Muusic!''


* SingerNameDrop: "Supermarketsong" has a line referring to Sam Louwijck and Eric Drew Feldman, who produced the album

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* SingerNameDrop: SingerNamedrop: "Supermarketsong" has a line referring to Sam Louwijck and Eric Drew Feldman, who produced the album


** Music/TheWalkabouts covered "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep" in 2000.

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** Music/TheWalkabouts ''The Walkabouts'' covered "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep" in 2000.


** "Theme From Turnpike" has a sample from Music/CharlesMingus' "Fare Wells, Mill Valley" from "Mingus Dynasty" (1959). The line "New Jersey turnpike ridin' on a wet night" refers to a song on Music/BruceSpringsteen's album ''Music/{{Nebraska}}''.

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** "Theme From Turnpike" has a sample from Music/CharlesMingus' "Fare Wells, Mill Valley" from "Mingus Dynasty" (1959). The line "New Jersey turnpike ridin' on a wet night" refers to a song on Music/BruceSpringsteen's album ''Music/{{Nebraska}}''. ''Nebraska.''


'''''In A Bar, Under The Sea''''' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were "Fell Off The Floor, Man", "Theme From Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" and "Little Arithmetics". The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.

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'''''In ''In A Bar, Under The Sea''''' Sea'' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were "Fell Off The Floor, Man", "Theme From Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" and "Little Arithmetics". The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.


'''In A Bar, Under The Sea''' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were "Fell Off The Floor, Man", "Theme From Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" and "Little Arithmetics". The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.

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'''In '''''In A Bar, Under The Sea''' Sea''''' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were "Fell Off The Floor, Man", "Theme From Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" and "Little Arithmetics". The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.

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* OneWordTitle: "Serpentine" and "Supermarketsong".


* CapitalismIsBad: "Supermarketsong"
--> ''Some people go out and buy stuff they see in windows''
--> ''I don't need no ring, no car, no watch''
--> ''Baby I got all I need''



--> ''Some erotic feel keeps coming on''
--> ''It's so unreal I come undone''



* MinisculeRocking: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens".

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* MinisculeRocking: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens".Happens" is less than a minute long.



--> ''Do you remember the festival in '94 with 90 fuckups?''



--> ''Let's do it serpentine, any time''
--> ''Let's do it right here''



--> ''Spastic Sam and Eric Crew make supermarkets superflue''.

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--> ''Spastic Sam and Eric Crew Drew make supermarkets superflue''.


** "Disappointed In The Sun" is a reference to a quote from Music/CaptainBeefheart in the short documentary "Some Yo-Yo Stuff" (1993), directed by Creator/AntonCorbijn where he claimed that after living the Creator/VincentVanGogh museum in Amsterdam the sun "disappointed him." Also mentionable is the fact that "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" was recorded through the telephone, much like "The Blimp" on ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' and that former Beefheart band member Eric Drew Feldman produced "In A Bar Under The Sea". Beefheart was referenced again in "Roses":

to:

** "Disappointed In The Sun" is a reference to a quote from Music/CaptainBeefheart in the short documentary "Some Yo-Yo Stuff" (1993), directed by Creator/AntonCorbijn where he claimed that after living leaving the Creator/VincentVanGogh museum in Amsterdam the sun "disappointed him." Also mentionable is the fact that "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" was recorded through the telephone, much like "The Blimp" on ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' and that former Beefheart band member Eric Drew Feldman produced "In A Bar Under The Sea". Beefheart was referenced again in "Roses":


'''In A Bar Under The Sea''' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were "Fell Off The Floor, Man", "Theme From Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" and "Little Arithmetics". The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.

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'''In A Bar Bar, Under The Sea''' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were "Fell Off The Floor, Man", "Theme From Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" and "Little Arithmetics". The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/in_a_bar_under_the_sea_1129.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''He went to the bottom, put his soul on fire.'']]

'''In A Bar Under The Sea''' was the second full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1996. Hit singles were "Fell Off The Floor, Man", "Theme From Turnpike" (used in the short movie "Turnpike"), "Roses" and "Little Arithmetics". The song "Serpentine" wasn't released as a single, but has become a fan favorite.

'''Tracklist'''
# "I Don't Mind What Ever Happens" (0:46)
# "Fell Off the Floor, Man" (5:13)
# "Opening Night" (1:38)
# "Theme from Turnpike" (5:46)
# "Little Arithmetics" (4:30)
# "Gimme the Heat" (7:38)
# "Serpentine" (3:17)
# "A Shocking Lack Thereof" (5:52)
# "Supermarketsong" (1:56)
# "Memory of a Festival" (1:52)
# "Guilty Pleasures" (4:23)
# "Nine Threads" (3:34)
# "Disappointed in the Sun" (6:03)
# "For the Roses" (4:57) (also named "Roses")
# "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep" (2:53)

'''Personnel'''
* Stef Kamil Carlens: vocal, guitar, bass, double bass, percussion, claps
* Tom Barman: vocal, guitar, Hammond, Talkback, samples, percussion, synthesiser, cma's
* Jules De Borgher: drums, percussion, bells, claps
* Craig Ward: vocal, guitar, sax, mandolin, claps, ukelele, slide guitar
* Klaas Janzoons: vocal, percussion, Talkback, piano, violin, synthesiser, beatbox, claps
* Rudy Trouvé: vocal, piccolo, harmonica, guitar, ukelele
* Didier Fontaine: Vocal
* Scott Mccloud: "philosophy"
* Eric Drew Feldman: Hammond, percussion, egg, piano
* Pieter Lamot: trombone
* Ian Humphries: violin
* Charles Mutter: violin
* Nic Pendlebury: viola
* Deirdre Cooper: cello
* Dana Colley: saxophones
* Vincienne: claps
* Jim Brumby: claps, rate and depth
* Piet Jorens: piano, gong

!! Tropes From Turnpike
* AlbumTitleDrop: "Disappointed In The Sun"
--> ''And that's why we're thinking''
--> ''that's why we're drinking in a bar under the sea''
* AlliterativeTitle: "'''F'''ell Off The '''F'''loor, Man", "'''T'''heme From '''T'''urnpike".
* BrokenRecord: "Roses"
--> ''Thank you, for the roses, for the roses''
--> ''Thank you, for the roses, for the roses''
* CutShort: "Theme From Turnpike" is abruptly cut short.
* DesignStudentsOrgasm: The album cover, designed by Rudy Trouvé.
* DroneOfDread: "Theme From Turnpike".
* EpicRocking: "Fell Off The Floor Man", "Theme From Turnpike", "Disappointed In The Sun".
* EverythingIsAnInstrument: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" was recorded through the telephone, while the band was in France and talking to presenters of the Belgian radio station ''Studio Brussel'' in Brussels, Belgium. This is also a {{Homage}} to "The Blimp" from ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' by Music/CaptainBeefheart, which was also recorded through the telephone.
* ImmediateSelfContradiction: "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep".
* IntercourseWithYou: "Gimme The Heat".
* InTheStyleOf: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" is played in the style of a 1930s blues song. Tom Barman has admitted that "Roses" was a pastiche of Music/{{Nirvana}}.
* MinisculeRocking: "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens".
* NostalgiaFilter: "Memory Of A Festival".
* ThePowerOfLove: "Serpentine".
* ProductPlacement: "Fell Of The Floor, Man"
--> ''Folks got me up against a Volkswagen''.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: "Roses" was inspired by an encounter Barman had with a German girl. They had a relationship, but when they saw each other again she acted as if they didn't knew each other, despite at the same time trying to seduce him. According to an interview in Humo (1998) the girl kept sending him awfully perfumed love letters each week.
* RecordProducer: Eric Drew Feldman (former band member of Music/CaptainBeefheart).
* ShoutOut:
** "Fell Off The Floor, Man" namedrops Music/JamesBrown and Creator/RitaHayworth.
--> ''You know what I'm talking about?''
--> ''...''
--> ''You're supposed to say: "Yeah!", like a Music/JamesBrown thing.''
--> ''YEAH!''
** The line "I feel Gina might/on her opening night" in "Opening Night" is a reference to Creator/JohnCassavetes' film "Opening Night" with Gena Rowlands.
** "Theme From Turnpike" has a sample from Music/CharlesMingus' "Fare Wells, Mill Valley" from "Mingus Dynasty" (1959). The line "New Jersey turnpike ridin' on a wet night" refers to a song on Music/BruceSpringsteen's album ''Music/{{Nebraska}}''.
** Music/ElvisPresley is namedropped during "A Shocking Lack Thereof".
** "Nine Threads" refers to a line from "Hey Hey My My" by Music/NeilYoung from his album ''Music/RustNeverSleeps'', but twists it around:
--> ''I hope I get old before I die.''
** "Serpentine" was inspired by an interview Barman had with Creator/SeanPenn and where the actor said: "You do it straight or you do it serpentine."
** "Disappointed In The Sun" is a reference to a quote from Music/CaptainBeefheart in the short documentary "Some Yo-Yo Stuff" (1993), directed by Creator/AntonCorbijn where he claimed that after living the Creator/VincentVanGogh museum in Amsterdam the sun "disappointed him." Also mentionable is the fact that "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" was recorded through the telephone, much like "The Blimp" on ''Music/TroutMaskReplica'' and that former Beefheart band member Eric Drew Feldman produced "In A Bar Under The Sea". Beefheart was referenced again in "Roses":
--> ''She's painting''
--> ''on my back''
--> ''a green tongue''
--> ''the Beefheart one.''
** Music/TheWalkabouts covered "Wake Me Up Before I Sleep" in 2000.
* SingerNameDrop: "Supermarketsong" has a line referring to Sam Louwijck and Eric Drew Feldman, who produced the album
--> ''Spastic Sam and Eric Crew make supermarkets superflue''.
* TheSomethingSong: "Supermarketsong".
* SpecialGuest: Scott Mccloud (Girls Against Boys) plays along on "Fell Off The Floor, Man", Dana Colley (Morphine) on "Supermarketsong" and Bart Maris (X-Legged Sally) on "Nine Threads".
* StudioChatter: Near the end of "I Don't Mind Whatever Happens" and at the start of "Guilty Pleasures".
* UnderTheSea: The album title, as well as the protagonist in "Disappointed In The Sun" who dives in the sea to go to an underwater bar.
* WordSaladLyrics: "Fell Off The Floor, Man".
* YourLittleDismissiveDiminutive: "Little Arithmetics".
----
''He said.... NO MOOOOORRRRRRE... loud...muuusic!''

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