Milo (Interlude)

Album: Good News For People Who Love Bad News (2004)


  • This song is an interlude played on the organ. A baby laughs in the background. In order to play songs with an organ on their CD, the band built their own homemade instrument. It is a small, wooden organ without paint or finish. It was featured when the band played "Satin In A Coffin" on The David Letterman Show. "Satin In A Coffin" also features the organ. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Andrew - Abyss, PA

Comments: 3

  • Charlie Sykes from Tampa, FlThis is the interlude that breaks the central theme of death in "Good News For People Who Love Bad News".
  • Toby from Beverly, MaThe crying baby is Milo Judy, the son of bassist Eric Judy.
  • Randall from Carson, NvThis is something that rather confuses me, I think that the baby is a new life crying but then again it could mean unhappiness rather then joy of the world.
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