I really like this song. It only makes you look like an idiot and other people feel uncomfortable because you're trying too hard to fit in. Godlike,,, for all of the experiential memories it evokes. Posted 1 year ago by VH1 aspicer wrote: It's just too bad Marcy Playground couldn't capitalize on their success. That's the beauty of music, and makes our lives so much richer. Though the song, like the majority of the record, is nearly all acoustic it has the most aggressive build, particularly during the choruses which convey more of a grunge sound than the rest of the album. Each of these songs have their flaws, ranging from the aggravating vocal work in "One More Suicide", to the awkward flow of "The Vampires of New York", to the alterna-blues sound in "Ancient Wall of Flowers", which just doesn't sound very good. Posted 3 years ago by haljordan. Can you write a mediocre song and sing it in a droney, melancholy voice? In "One More Suicide" and "The Vampires of New York" the band adds folk rock elements to their music, particularly in the former, in which Wozniak puts on his best Neil Young impression. Also, before you go about and brag about how you have a Beatles CD no doubt either "1" or "Sgt. Posted 1 year ago by sfyi Apparently and people don't like it. At around thirty-four to thirty-five minutes, the record is quite short, but this only furthers to enhance the listen as Marcy Playground manages to pack substance into their songs while keeping things concise at the same time. But considering the successes of Marcy Playground, artistically and commercially, one would think that the New York-based band would be able to escape the one-hit wonder tag. As does their second album.