Talk:Babylon Zoo

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Is there an article for the song "Spaceman"? If not does anyone have any related webiste links? Google is giving me weird unrelated stuff. J.J.Sagnella 20:08, 9 May 2006 (UTC)

Try these here: [1], [2] and here for a picture cover: [3] Ian Dunster 12:07, 12 August 2006 (UTC)

"Many people having heard the song on the Levi's advert believed the song to be a fully electronic song like the clip heard in the advert (which was merely a section of the song speeded up). It was this misunderstanding that eventually let to the single's success." How is this responsible for the worldwide success of the song (hitting #1 in 23 countries?) The commercial the song was featured in was not played in these countries. This statement in article reads like original research. --Quartet 22:24, 6 January 2009 (UTC)