Goodnight Bad Morning

Album: Midnight Boom (2008)
  • In an interview with The Sun March 13, 2008, vocalist Alison Mosshart was asked whether the acoustic guitar and piano on this track suggested a different approach to The Kills' normal sound. She replied: "That's basically how we write most songs. A lot of them start with just an acoustic guitar and a vocal. We have a million tracks that never move on from that. We kept 'Goodnight Bad Morning' in its original form 'cos it felt perfect to us. That was an easy one, an ode to The Velvet Underground. Why not?"

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  • Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnThis song is beautiful, Alison Mosshart's voice is coy and sexy.
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