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''The Ideal Crash'' is the third full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1999. At this point in the band's history the group had underwent some significant changes. Band member Stef Kamil Carlens left to start his own band, ''Zita Swoon,'' while other group member Danny Mommens did the same and founded ''Vive la Fete.''

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''The Ideal Crash'' is the third full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1999. At this point in the band's history the group had underwent undergone some significant changes. Band member Stef Kamil Carlens left to start his own band, ''Zita Swoon,'' while other group member Danny Mommens did the same and founded ''Vive la Fete.''


''The Ideal Crash'' is the third full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1999. At this point in the band's history the group had underwent some significant changes. Band member Stef Kamil Carlens left to start his own band, Zita Swoon, while other group member Danny Mommens did the same and founded Vive La Fête.

Nevertheless it sold very well and produced hits such as "Instant Street", "Sister Dew" and "The Ideal Crash". "Instant Street" even managed to become an underground hit in Europe.

'''Tracklist'''
# "Put The Freaks Up Front" (5:14)

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''The Ideal Crash'' is the third full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1999. At this point in the band's history the group had underwent some significant changes. Band member Stef Kamil Carlens left to start his own band, Zita Swoon, ''Zita Swoon,'' while other group member Danny Mommens did the same and founded Vive La Fête.

''Vive la Fete.''

Nevertheless it sold very well and produced hits such as as: "Instant Street", Street," "Sister Dew" Dew," and "The Ideal Crash". Crash." "Instant Street" even managed to become an underground hit in Europe.

'''Tracklist'''
Europe.
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!! '''Tracklist:'''

# "Put The the Freaks Up Front" (5:14)




!! Put The Tropes Up Front
* AlbumTitleDrop: "The Ideal Crash"

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!! Put The the Tropes Up Front
Front:

* AlbumTitleDrop: "The Ideal Crash"Crash:"



* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead: "Let's See Who Goes Down First"

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* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead: "Let's See Who Goes Down First"First:"



* CallBack: "One Advice, Space" has a line referring to "Fell Off The Floor, Man" from ''Music/InABarUnderTheSea'' (1996)

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* CallBack: "One Advice, Space" has a line referring to "Fell Off The the Floor, Man" from ''Music/InABarUnderTheSea'' (1996)(1996):



* DreamingOfThingsToCome and DreamSequence: "Dream Sequence #1", inspired by the fact that Barman dreamt the chords.
* EpicRocking: Virtually all tracks except for "Magdalena" and "Everybody's Weird" are longer than five minutes.
* EverythingIsAnInstrument: Pots and pans at the start of "Let's See Who Goes Down First".
* FreakyIsCool: "Everybody's Weird".

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* DreamingOfThingsToCome and DreamSequence: "Dream Sequence #1", #1," inspired by the fact that Barman dreamt the chords.
chords.
* EpicRocking: Virtually all tracks except for "Magdalena" and "Everybody's Weird" are longer than five minutes.
minutes.
* EverythingIsAnInstrument: Pots and pans at the start of "Let's See Who Goes Down First".
First."
* FreakyIsCool: "Everybody's Weird". Weird:"



* LongTitle: "Let's See Who Goes Down First", "Put The Freaks Up Front"
* TheMasochismTango: "Magdalena", about an on-and-off relationship.

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* LongTitle: "Let's See Who Goes Down First", First" and "Put The the Freaks Up Front"
Front."
* TheMasochismTango: "Magdalena", "Magdalena," about an on-and-off relationship.relationship:



* MurderBallad: "Sister Dew" is recorded from the viewpoint of a murderer. First he feels ashamed, then he tries to talk himself out of it and claims she deserved it and in the end he loses his mind and thinks Satan is talking to him.

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* MurderBallad: "Sister Dew" is recorded from the viewpoint of a murderer. First he feels ashamed, then he tries to talk himself out of it and claims she deserved it it, and in the end he loses his mind and thinks Satan {{Satan}} is talking to him.



* OneWomanSong: "Sister Dew", "Magdalena".
* PepTalkSong: "Instant Street"
--> '''Cause you know it's not my style to be giving up now''.
--> ''And this pain in my side, I had enough''.

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* OneWomanSong: "Sister Dew", "Magdalena".
Dew" and "Magdalena."
* PepTalkSong: "Instant Street"
Street:"
--> '''Cause you know it's not my style to be giving up now''.
now.''
--> ''And this pain in my side, I had enough''.enough.''



--> ''This life's a soulless excuse for all abuse and parenthesis''.

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--> ''This life's a soulless excuse for all abuse and parenthesis''.parenthesis.''



* RealLifeWritesThePlot: After several band members left the group front singer Tom Barman went through a breakdown. His depression led to the song "Let's See Who Goes Down First". "Magdalena" was inspired by his then girlfriend who had the same surname. Just like Barman sang she felt he drove too fast in his car:

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: After several band members left the group front singer Tom Barman went through a breakdown. His depression led to the song "Let's See Who Goes Down First". First." "Magdalena" was inspired by his then girlfriend who had the same surname. Just like Barman sang she felt he drove too fast in his car:



--> ''Can you please shut up''

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--> ''Can you please shut up''up?''



** "Put The Freaks Up Front" is a reference to Creator/GeorgeLucas' advice to his editors during the filming of ''Film/THX1138'', when he wanted a scene with freaks happening earlier in the film as opposed to later in the film.
** "Everybody's Weird" has a few lines from "Story Of Isaac" by Music/LeonardCohen, from his album ''Music/SongsFromARoom''.

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** "Put The the Freaks Up Front" is a reference to Creator/GeorgeLucas' advice to his editors during the filming of ''Film/THX1138'', ''Film/THX1138,'' when he wanted a scene with freaks happening earlier in the film as opposed to later in the film.
** "Everybody's Weird" has a few lines from "Story Of of Isaac" by Music/LeonardCohen, from his album ''Music/SongsFromARoom''.''Music/SongsFromARoom:''


* LongTitle: "Let's See Who Goes Down First", "Put The Freaks Up Front"



* OverlyLongTitle: "Let's See Who Goes Down First", "Put The Freaks Up Front"


'''The Ideal Crash''' is the third full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1999. At this point in the band's history the group had underwent some significant changes. Band member Stef Kamil Carlens left to start his own band, Zita Swoon, while other group member Danny Mommens did the same and founded Vive La Fête.

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'''The ''The Ideal Crash''' Crash'' is the third full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1999. At this point in the band's history the group had underwent some significant changes. Band member Stef Kamil Carlens left to start his own band, Zita Swoon, while other group member Danny Mommens did the same and founded Vive La Fête.


* CallBack: "One Advice, Space" has a line reffering to "Fell Off The Floor, Man" from ''Music/InABarUnderTheSea'' (1996)

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* CallBack: "One Advice, Space" has a line reffering referring to "Fell Off The Floor, Man" from ''Music/InABarUnderTheSea'' (1996)


Added DiffLines:

--> ''Everybody's weird''
--> ''Everybody's a weird guy''
--> ''Everybody's a weird guy''
--> ''Everybody's weird''


Added DiffLines:

--> ''Now you're holding back''
--> ''And I'm holding on''
--> ''Heaven knows what you want''
--> ''Cause on a day like this I'd believe anything''
--> ''I don't know where to begin''

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/deus_the_ideal_crash_6311.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350: ''Everybody's weird...'']]

'''The Ideal Crash''' is the third full-length album by Belgian rock band Music/{{dEUS}}, released in 1999. At this point in the band's history the group had underwent some significant changes. Band member Stef Kamil Carlens left to start his own band, Zita Swoon, while other group member Danny Mommens did the same and founded Vive La Fête.

Nevertheless it sold very well and produced hits such as "Instant Street", "Sister Dew" and "The Ideal Crash". "Instant Street" even managed to become an underground hit in Europe.

'''Tracklist'''
# "Put The Freaks Up Front" (5:14)
# "Sister Dew" (5:35)
# "One Advice, Space" (5:46)
# "The Magic Hour" (5:23)
# "The Ideal Crash" (5:46)
# "Instant Street" (6:15)
# "Magdalena" (4:58)
# "Everybody's Weird" (4:51)
# "Let's See Who Goes Down First" (6:23)
# "Dream Sequence #1" (6:31)

!! Put The Tropes Up Front
* AlbumTitleDrop: "The Ideal Crash"
--> ''I'm drawing myself the ideal crash''
--> ''but I know I won't believe me.''
--> ''There'll be a time you'll leave me.''
* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead: "Let's See Who Goes Down First"
--> ''If I said what's on my mind, there'd be not a soul around.''
* CallBack: "One Advice, Space" has a line reffering to "Fell Off The Floor, Man" from ''Music/InABarUnderTheSea'' (1996)
--> ''Watch me fall to the floor, but I'll go back for more.''
* DreamingOfThingsToCome and DreamSequence: "Dream Sequence #1", inspired by the fact that Barman dreamt the chords.
* EpicRocking: Virtually all tracks except for "Magdalena" and "Everybody's Weird" are longer than five minutes.
* EverythingIsAnInstrument: Pots and pans at the start of "Let's See Who Goes Down First".
* FreakyIsCool: "Everybody's Weird".
* TheMasochismTango: "Magdalena", about an on-and-off relationship.
* MurderBallad: "Sister Dew" is recorded from the viewpoint of a murderer. First he feels ashamed, then he tries to talk himself out of it and claims she deserved it and in the end he loses his mind and thinks Satan is talking to him.
* NewSoundAlbum: The band's music sounded different compared to their previous albums, not only because of a change in the line-up, but also because the sound was more smooth and poppy.
* OneWomanSong: "Sister Dew", "Magdalena".
* OverlyLongTitle: "Let's See Who Goes Down First", "Put The Freaks Up Front"
* PepTalkSong: "Instant Street"
--> '''Cause you know it's not my style to be giving up now''.
--> ''And this pain in my side, I had enough''.
--> ''This time I go for Instant Street''
--> ''This life's a soulless excuse for all abuse and parenthesis''.
--> ''The flyspecked windows and the stinking lobbies''
--> ''they'll remain all the same, all the same.''
--> ''This time I go. This time I go...''
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: After several band members left the group front singer Tom Barman went through a breakdown. His depression led to the song "Let's See Who Goes Down First". "Magdalena" was inspired by his then girlfriend who had the same surname. Just like Barman sang she felt he drove too fast in his car:
--> ''You drive too fast''
--> ''Can you please shut up''
--> ''I call the police''
--> ''if you don't stop''
* ShoutOut:
** "Put The Freaks Up Front" is a reference to Creator/GeorgeLucas' advice to his editors during the filming of ''Film/THX1138'', when he wanted a scene with freaks happening earlier in the film as opposed to later in the film.
** "Everybody's Weird" has a few lines from "Story Of Isaac" by Music/LeonardCohen, from his album ''Music/SongsFromARoom''.
--> ''I will help you if I must''
--> ''I will kill you if I can''
--> ''(...) I will kill you if I must''
--> ''I will help you if I can''
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