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So this song is my original, written to remind everyone that you don't need to conform to society's idea of 'perfection' and to LOVE YOURSELF FOR YOURSELF. If you enjoy it, like, share, comment and subscribe. (Apologies for the out of tune piano too.) SOCIALS: Instagram: @_iamrasida Twitter: @_iamrasida Facebook: @imrasida Email: email@example.com Shot by: Martyna Saka
Listen Now: “Hug Of Thunder” OUT NOW! Album Digital: https://bss.lnk.to/hugofthunder Album Physical: http://brokensocialscene.craft-shop.ca Broken Social Scene tours North America this Fall! For tour dates and tickets: http://www.brokensocialscene.ca __________________________________________________________________ Hug Of Thunder marks the fifth studio album from Canadian alt-rock supergroup Broken Social Scene, their first in seven years. Founded in ‘99 by Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning, the new album features 17 players including original members Emily Haines and Jimmy Shaw of Metric, Amy Millan and Evan Cranley of Stars, Charles Spearin and Ohad Benchetrit of Do Make Say Think, and Grammy-nominated Leslie Feist. Hug Of Thunder is everything BSS fans love from the Canadian collective and then some, an album overflowing with glorious open chords, multi-voice harmonies, spacious psychedelia-tinted breakdowns, and more. It is a panoramic, expansive album that manages to be both epic and intimate; and like all things BSS, in troubled times, it offers a serotonin rush of positivity. Since their inception in the early Aughts, BSS have always pushed sonic boundaries while remaining reverent of a perfect chorus; almost twenty years down the line, Hug Of Thunder sharpens that balance and then some. The record’s twelve songs refract the band’s varying emotions, methods, and techniques in ways that not only reference their other albums, but surpass them. Hug Of Thunder is righteous but warm, angry but loving, melodic but uncompromising. And if you’ve ever fallen in love with Broken Social Scene - as many of us have - it is a perfect return that was truly worth the wait. Hug Of Thunder was produced by Joe Chiccarelli (White Stripes, Spoon, The Strokes) with Nyles Spencer, and mixed by Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Weezer).
Here's an interesting tune from Nat's 1970 "Country Fever" album that is worth a listen. Since I hadn't heard it before myself, I figured it'd be worth sharing!
iTunes Links Below to Buy the Songs in the Video! Give them three chords and they'll give you the truth. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 protest songs. "Killing in the Name" (1992) Rage Against the Machine http://bit.ly/1fQfYT4 "Give Peace a Chance" (1969) Plastic Ono Band http://bit.ly/1iApShn "We Shall Overcome" (1963) Pete Seeger http://bit.ly/1mZfj9B "Get Up, Stand Up" (1973) The Wailers http://bit.ly/1rOOSTx "The Times They Are a-Changin'" (1964) Bob Dylan http://bit.ly/1ftctY8 "What's Going On" (1971) Marvin Gaye http://bit.ly/1pOOuXu "Fortunate Son" (1969) Creedence Clearwater Revival http://bit.ly/1fyqxPJ "Born in the U.S.A." (1984) Bruce Springsteen http://bit.ly/1heaW37 "Fight the Power" (1989) Public Enemy http://bit.ly/SaBgWF "Ohio" (1970) Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young http://bit.ly/1hWi03N "Fuck tha Police" (1988) N.W.A. http://bit.ly/1koRov9 "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (1983) U2 http://bit.ly/SaBLje "For What It's Worth" (1967) Buffalo Springfield http://bit.ly/1fQhl4f "I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-to-Die Rag" (1967) Country Joe and the Fish http://bit.ly/1lzgquj "A Change Is Gonna Come" (1964) Sam Cooke http://bit.ly/1nIdcXC "Born Free" (2010) M.I.A. http://bit.ly/PR44RN Special thanks to our users dave2318, happychaosofthenorth Noah J. Odom, antonius1903 and Margaret Rd for submitting the idea on our Suggest Page at WatchMojo.com/suggest! Check out the voting page here, http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top%2010%20Protest%20Songs If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Check us out at Twitter.com/WatchMojo and Facebook.com/WatchMojo We have T-Shirts! Be sure to check out http://www.WatchMojo.com/store for more info.
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the lyrics of protest song of anti-flag
Tom Paxton performing "Buy A Gun For Your Son" on Pete Seeger's "Rainbow Quest" NYC PBS TV Show in 1965. Actually start at 0:51. Buy a Gun for Your Son LYRICS: [Words and Music by Tom Paxton] Hallelujah, Dads and Mommies, Cowboys, Rebels, Yanks and Commies Buy yourselves som real red blooded fun. If you want to make the grade, You've got to have a hand grenade, And a fully automatic G.I. Gun. [Cho:] Buy a gun for your son right away, Sir Shake his hand like a man and let him play, Sir. Let his little mind expand, Place a weapon in his hand, For the skills he learns today will someday pay, Sir. Pound that kid into submission 'Till he's mastered Nuclear Fission Buy him plastic warheads by the score, Once he's got the taste of blood, He's gonna sneak up on his buddies Starting his own thermo-nuclear war. [Cho.] Buy him khakis and fatigues, And sign him up in little leagues, Give him calisthenics as a rule. Once you've banished fear and dread, Then pat his seven year-old head, And send him off to military school. [Cho] Once he's grown to be a man, He might get tired of blasting Granny, Then you'll see a crisis coming on. Don't get worried, don't get nervous. Send that kid into the service, Let him rise into the Pentagon. [Cho] At the Pentagon he'll rise. The President he will advise, His reputation growing all the while. With his picture on the wall, He'll get that long-awaited call, And press the firing buttons with a smile. [Cho]