Friday, August 18, 2006

Suitcase Full of Hate

Suitcase Full of Hate
(Morgan)

PUNK ROCK!!!!

So I just picked up one of those Pod(TM) guitar effects/amp modeler thingies and was instantly captivated by the sheer wall of GRRRRRARRRGH I can generate. Channeling my fave 60's/70's/80's punk rock, this amalgam popped out. I try to reach Sookman level of metaphor manipulation if possible. ROCK AND ROLL!!

Al: The whole shebang

6 Comments:

Blogger Scott said...

Very similar to a little thing I was playing around with a while ago: "I've Got A Valise Crammed With Disgust."

But seriously, I feel like this lands more on the "art punk" tip. Your normal punk-rock meathead (not to cast aspersions upon an entire genre or anything) wouldn't be inclined to have a suitcase full of anything in their lyrics, but a David Thomas or an Elvis Costello (pre-1982) just might. That's my two chords.

2:29 AM  
Blogger Allan said...

Yeah, I can't help Brit-ing it up a bit. Maybe the angularity is more Wire than Voidoids (or Ramones), but the intent is there. And the noise.

8:12 AM  
Blogger Everclearpunch said...

Wrong, wrong, WRONG! What is this? Where's the mass-market appeal? Where are the clean-cut teenagers with syncronized, inoffensive dance moves? WHERE'S THE VANILLA?!?

It's bad enough that you use a drum machine, but come on.

Anyway, if you insist on "coloring outside the lines", maybe you should write a song about an irritating family member. Like your brother, perhaps. They say great art comes from great pain! And whatta pain!!

Apropos of nothing, don't forget to return your brother's email. Whomever he may be.

10:47 AM  
Blogger Everclearpunch said...

Whoops! What I meant to say above was: "Fortunately, using a drum machine is a step in the right direction!"

Let's do lunch.

10:56 AM  
Blogger Allan said...

Mmmmm....vanilla....

I'm sorry, what were you saying?

5:44 PM  
Blogger Everclearpunch said...

Normally, as a result of your obtuseness (obtusity?), I would insult your Mother. I will...er, refrain from that, however.

Email is an easy and important tool for communications. It is just good manners to respond to missives in a prompt and courteous matter. Like I said...apropos of nothing.

*cough*

8:59 PM  

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