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Goddard Williams - Advertising space
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"It was the third track from his Intensive Care in December 2005 and achieved 8th place on the UK Singles Chart. "The Advertising Space" refers to Tony Scott's True Romance movie, in which Christian Slater's characters are able to talk to the ghost of Elvis Presley.
William's joking title of the track was "Candle in the Wind" In the tape, most of which was shot in a room above the Belle Vue Pub in Blackpool, Great Britain, William's Elvis is eager to emulate motion, looks and manners.
Ad space by Robbie Williams
Goddard "sees" Elvis who stands at the doors of heaven (true romantic hint). When Elvis saw Brando - someone Elvis admired - outside the gateways of heaven after having learnt nothing from him, he had an empty gaze (advertising space is empty, to fill). * Elvis "learned" the rope, but they were already doing things with their sage knowledge ** he was a drug specialist after he wrote Nixon a note because he thought he could make a distinction.
** lisa marie, elvis' girl, looks a great deal like him. Goddard was jumpy when he met her. According to popular argument, the tune is about Elvis, but it is also about oneself and suits anyone who has glory, even Jesus, as Robson said. "And nobody has learnt from your errors, we let our winnings go to waste, all that is definitely remaining is advertising space" Many "NONE" take what he has taught into account, and in some cases his name is used for advertising space, like "COOOMEEE TOO MY CHURCH BECAUSE JESUS HERE JESUS HERE " Koen from Nijm, the Netherlands I always thought the track was aboutality-TV.
Brando Marlon (Wikipedia) was known as a methodology performer. The death of Marlon Brando is therefore not to be taken verbatim, but rather the end of action and the beginning of real-life TV. TV does not deal with history, but only with the opportunities to actually sell advertising space.
A few catchphrases of the tune that make me think that: "Selling your last gasp to the world" - reminded me of the lady who was selling the phone privileges of her deceased (she was incurably ill) in the UK "Nobody really gave a damn" - so we all look at these shows and news, but do we take good care what they do?
That' s how I always like to play the music. "I' ve seen you stand at the gate. "This is a straight line hint to the gateways of heaven. Goddard himself said it was his "True Romance" track, which means that although Elvis is gone, Goddard can still "see" him. So Robbie "saw" Elvis stand at the doors of heaven when Marlon Brando died with this look on his face - the advertising space.
I think Gustavo from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil-Matea, Skopje, Macedonia, that when he says: "I saw you stand at the doors when Marlon Brando died", it's an indication that some folks don't believe that Elvis is really gone and he was there anonymously to Brando's burial OR that Elvis was in the mind at the doors of heaven on his favourite actors and idols (Elvis already recounted Brando how he had affected him when she had affected him when she was at the doors of heaven).
To me, this part of the track is nice, topical, since Brando has recently deceased, and blends with the past, since, as Elvis liked it, two reference for the score and the movies in a sensible way, just perfectly, combines, shows how Robbie Williams is a great musician. I know that the tune is about Elvis and everything, and how he refers to Elvis... But I don't understand it when he says: "I saw you stand at the gate when Marlon Brando died" Coz Marlon deceased on July 1, 2004 and Elvis deceased in 1977... WHAT does that mean?
Advertising Space" from London, England emphasizes the fact that every celebrity (Elvis is the epitome of glory and celebrity) is synonymously limited to a simple device or utility used by business owners and companies to get their audience/customers to buy a certain item or convince the targeted markets to think in a certain way.
References to Viet Nam and intelligence agent...........An example of how Elvis (his extensive advertising space!!!) was used to "glorify / make too believable the Viet Namian War or simply make it appear believable while the Viet Nam Wars lost popularity. Co.kildareT Michels' niallall, The advertising space refers to how low Elvis names have become and how Elvis no longer has magics, it is even used as an advertising space à la Sony, Adidas, etc....
T. Michael from Venlo, NetherlandsI love this one! Certainly because of the topic and what Robbie says to him. Could someone please clarify the significance of "advertising space"?