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A song written in 2005 about what is going down in 2011!

Into the Silos

Making love
Under silos
Trapped above
What do I know?
Whispering sweetest secrets
For all the World to hear
It’s live on television
Intimacy revealed
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DOUBLE DEUCE

Music by Speedhair
Words by Paul Wyndale

Comet tails and cosmic rays
These are things that make me worry
Earthquakes and giant waves
No longer extraordinary
Endless wars
Decades of strife
Dismemberred boys the price of Glory
Plague is coming
Millions dead
You just might live
But you’ll be sorry!

Double Deuce!
Double Deuce!

Mudslides and hurricanes
These are things that make me worry
Forest fires, famine, drought
IS NOWHERE SAFE FROM NATURE’S GLORY!?
Can we do enough?
Is this the point of no return?
The global toilet overflows
You can point the finger
BUT YOU’RE TOO BLAME!

Double Deuce!
Double Deuce!

Who’s your daddy now?
Moses, Jesus or Mohammed?
Keep the golden cow
Flip the bird to the Holy Spirit
Scream five times a day
AHHHHHH
Off your knees it’s time to kick it
He, It, She can’t save you now
Cast adrift on a dying planet

Double Deuce
Double Deuce

I reckon weza people are gonna die!

Earth!… What a shithole!

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Here are the lyrics I wrote to the Speedhair song “Into the Silos”. Composed back in 2005, well before the beginning of the End of the World!

Quite prescient if I do say so myself! Will post the music when it’s ready!

Into the Silos

Making love
Under silos
Trapped above
What do I know?
Whispering sweetest secrets
For all the World to hear
It’s live on television
Intimacy revealed
(more…)

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I’ve got a bee in my bonnet about the democritization of art brought about by the internet…even as it gives me an outlet that 15 years ago was barely imaginable. And I mean barely as my bandmates and I, having just seen Netscape Navigator for the first time in 1994 on an Intel 486i with 500 MB of storage, could only DREAM of the day that one could transfer a whole album to a computer without taking up the entirehard drive.

Google and Blogs have slaughtered traditional media. Everyone is a journalist now, or a critic, a filmmaker, a musician…this can all too easily be interpreted as a 21st Century cultural Renaissance but there are inherit dangers to this digital emancipation. (more…)

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