Palahniuk's Laughter

Album: They Liked You Better When You Were Dead (2005)
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  • This song was Fightstar's first music video from their debut EP They Liked You Better When You Were Dead. The title is a reference to the writer Chuck Palahniuk, who wrote the book Fight Club. >>
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  • The song was originally called "Out Swimming In The Flood," but since it was released shortly after a tsunami hit Asia in December 2004, they changed the name because they thought it would be disrespectful towards the people who died and the survivors.
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  • Sabine from Lelystad, NetherlandsThe song was actually called 'Out Swimming In The Flood', but since it was released shortly before (or after?) a tsunami hit Asia in 2005, they changed the name because they thought it would be disrespectful towards the people who died and the survivors :]
    Anyway; I just loooooooove this song <3
    Very emotional and just awesome.
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