Everywhere That I'm Not
|"Everywhere That I'm Not"|
US vinyl single
|Single by Translator|
|from the album Heartbeats And Triggers|
|Length||4:03 (album version)|
3:46 (single version)
It is said by many fans and critics that the band's signature song was mourning the loss of John Lennon, but this is a mistaken claim. The band's memorial to Lennon was actually another of their songs; the similarly titled "Everywhere", from the same album this single comes from. Coincidentally, the songs' producer, David Kahne, would later produce records for Paul McCartney.
The song was a hit on US college radio but achieved only moderate commercial success. Lamenting this, musician and critic Scott Miller wrote: "From the jazzy, almost dissonant opening riff to the absolutely unforgettable chorus, this is one of music's most glaring should-be-classics."
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