needle in a haystack
"He starts off cool on that track but he winds up yelling at the top of his voice. I think he maybe had a couple of great lines already written for this song but then when he recorded the vocal, but then he just let loose with it and trusted his instincts. Because I can't imagine actually writing down most of these lines. But that's just me.
But musically, he nails it beyond belief on"New Slaves." It's mainly just voice and one or two synths, very sparse, and then it suddenly breaks out into this incredible melodic… God knows what. Frank Ocean sings this soaring part, then it segues into a moody sample of some Hungarian rock band from the '70s. It literally gives me goosebumps. It's like the visuals at the end of the new Superman movie — just overwhelmingly incredible. I played it over and over."
Lou Reed, juillet 2013
On l'avait presque oublié, presque, et puis d'un coup, à l'avant-dernier épisode de Breaking Bad, pan, le thème qui revient, et monte, monte, monte comme des larmes pendant le teaser du finale, implacable.