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The Art of Death /feat Ronnielong


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Music and production by Sil-VER(Massimo Ferrusi)
Lyrics by Joe Morency ©2008 and James Thatcher ©2010 PyroStudios
Vocals by James Thatcher aka "ronnielong"

Massimo Ferrusi/James Thatcher ©2010
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Lyrics
Death is an art my dear, learn the skills and the tricks of the trade
From a distance make it clean
Kill the strong to save the weak

From a distance make it clean
painful for said enemy
Kill the strong to save the weak
Blood spilled on your family

I feel no Pain I feel no pain
I show restraint
I feel no pain, there is no pain

What was right under your nose
the Cleaner's right down the hall
Take you in so he can burn
Plant the seed and watch it grow

From a distance make it clean
painful for said enemy
Kill the strong to save the weak
Blood spilled on your family

Death is an art my dear, learn the skills and the tricks of the trade
From a distance make it clean
Kill the strong to save the weak

From a distance make it clean
painful for said enemy
Kill the strong to save the weak
Blood spilled on your family

I feel no Pain I feel no pain
I show restraint
I feel no pain, there is no pain
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Comments: 17
Fans: 20
Plays: 239
Downloads: 117

Uploaded: Apr 22, 2010 - 08:24:46 AM
Last Updated: Apr 23, 2010 - 03:20:13 AM Last Played: Mar 01, 2017 - 02:41:52 PM
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Comments
jiguma said 2559 days ago (April 22nd, 2010)
Great to see you back Massi!
Lovely production and first class performances from you both. Great tune.

A breath of fresh air at MJ!

Fantastic!
Neil
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davisamerica said 2558 days ago (April 23rd, 2010)
yep ....
"Fantastic" indeed. .... thanks for the d/l
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dave_b said 2559 days ago (April 22nd, 2010)
The Art of Death
Cool song, great performances from all.
Love that really imaginative pitch bent part in the upper register - can't tell if it's synth or guitar. Strong production
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Vic Holman said 2559 days ago (April 22nd, 2010)
i'm still learning the art
great to hear a new sil-ver track!

you guys did a killer job!
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Sil-VER said 2558 days ago (April 23rd, 2010)
"Reply"
sorry but my button "reply" don't work, I don't know why!
Thanks to all!!

Massi
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ktb said 2558 days ago (April 23rd, 2010)
The Art of Death
if I could fav 3x like Mr Gurner I would :-) Top shelf from you both. Master Mix. A little Peter Murphy thing hap'n. Love this
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Wummimann said 2558 days ago (April 23rd, 2010)
...
good production, i like the drums...
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alackbass said 2557 days ago (April 24th, 2010)
Great Heavy Groove
I love the way this built with each additional layer. Great clear vocal performance and production. Nice changes in dynamics. Great mix of heavy guitars and synth textures. This is pro stuff! Download!
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kassia said 2557 days ago (April 24th, 2010)
wow
This is pretty incredible. Production is just so pro. I love the sound choices, the gritty synths mixed with the electric guitar. I just can't get over the space and depth of the sound. Vocals are perfect for the song. Wow guys.
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magnatone said 2557 days ago (April 24th, 2010)
Art of Death
good lord - this is fabulous!
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racerat said 2557 days ago (April 25th, 2010)
huge
Take a bit to get going, but when it does, schweeeet! Great to have a new tune from you. pro mix as usual. The synth sounds, or are they guitar? hard to tell, anyway, nasty textures! A very ominous overtone. Cool.
P
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Sil-VER said 2556 days ago (April 25th, 2010)
thanks
Thanks again guys! :)
RACERAT, the guitars are software instruments, no really guitars.

ciao
Massi
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egobandit said 2556 days ago (April 25th, 2010)
Death
This is so tight love all the changes in this. The bending lead stands out it has such a familiar sound I cant put my finger on it. Excellent tops in every way!!
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Ed Hannifin said 2556 days ago (April 25th, 2010)
It really is good...
...to have another Sil-VER track... and it's great that it's got Ronnie Long, too...

The backing track and the mix are really top notch.... The vocal is outstanding...

Great to hear from you, guys,

Ed
TobinMueller said 2555 days ago (April 26th, 2010)
Bankhead
Really nice concept song - lyrics, production, mood, pacing. Great collab, guys. Great to hear you again.

As Tallulah Bankhead said, "Everyone feels pain; suffering is optional."
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craft said 2553 days ago (April 28th, 2010)
tight song
Nice collab.. Really dig the lyrics and the arrangement of this one
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thoddi said 2544 days ago (May 7th, 2010)
uhaaaa
Very cool groove. I certainly feel no pain, 'cause this is medicine to sore ears.

Great collab!
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Name: Massimo Ferrusi
Location: Torino Italy
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Sil-VER (Massimo Ferrusi) was born in Turin in 24 September 1969. He studied Jazz drums in Turin Civic School for four years. He has had lot of musical experiences. 1986-1990 He plays with a punk-rock band, the Indigesti. - Summer 1986: USA t... [see more]

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