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To search our entire database Click Here. Alternative Names: None. Why you should buy from us. Barry has always liked to only-half-facetiously play the pretentious artist. In the 80s, he positioned himself between the two cultures of science and humanities, drawing inspiration from both; in the 10s, he similarly positions himself between high and low culture.
But both elements have always been there. It's not an either-or thing; he was juxtaposing Rembrandt with science articles from Omni, and also with comics from AD. He probably had the idea of writing a song about the choice to do evil swirling in his head, and then read the Nemesis article and decided to write a song about that, and the two came together. Flag falcotron on September 21, General Comment My first exposure to Shriekback was this song. I became an instant fan, and purchased every album of theirs I could, although by the time I discoved them in , their stuff was becoming hard to find.
Even now, the song sends chills up my spine and all sorts of bizarre images dance through my head. Major Valor. Like most of Shriekback's lyrics - both Andrews' and Marsh's - very succinctly put.
The Distorted. General Comment I just read that this is indirectly inspired by the film, "Apocalypse Now": - a b-side version of this song has a sample of Marlon Brando speaking over a part of it.
Only now do I truly see how much of this song's imagery is about cannibalism General Comment To me this song has always been about the seductive evil of power. How the primitive emerges in the pretense of civilization. And how we have become those decadent empires of the past that we so like to despise. Rate These Lyrics. Log in now to add this track to your mixtape!
In , the same lineup of Andrews, Barker, and Marsh recorded their self-released, 15th full-length studio album, Some Kinds of Light on 6 December Music composed by Shriekback is used as the theme song for the Squaring the Strange podcast hosted by Benjamin Radford and Pascual Romero. It was selected due to the duo's fondness for music from the s, and particularly for this band.
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