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Medea Don't Matr H8 Party


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Unfortunately I can not make this available to you in an uncompressed form at MJ.
I thought about splitting the tune in pieces and letting you assemble the thing yourself...
Then what exactly, what is a world view? Does Red Book Compression sound great?
Stay calm, and it is what it is right? No need to pretense confusion, that ploy, my friends, is no longer operative at the Daug House.
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Nobody hates like you, you can feel the hate, (vomit) yes, yes, hate!
Hi boys and girls, this is a song for people who hate by cultural fiat.
Sounds like human suffering. (Laughter)
What will you do if we let you go home?
And the plastics all melted and so is the chrome.
Who are the Brain Police?
What will you do when the label comes off?
And the plastics all melted and the chrome is too soft.
Who are the Brain Police?
What will you do when the people you knew,
Were the people who hated everyone who was like you?
Who are the Brain Police?

Hate, party time, it’s party time!
Party time, welcome to the big hate party folks!
Party time, adjust yer stream appropriately.
Hate- you can get a college degree in Hate.
How you hate, hate, how you hate is up to you.
No one can hate like you!
Hate who we tell you to hate, don’t give up the fight!
Hate more, more hate! Hate more!
Don’t take time to relate, there’s no need to relate, only what we say.
You will understand someday… “Hate.” (x13).
Come on let’s hate!

(Guitar solo)

We’ll tell you who to hate, get yourself in line.
We’ll tell you who to hate, we’ll tell you when to hate ‘um.
Hate ‘um in the morning, hate ‘um in the night!
Hate 'um with passion, hate ‘um with all yer might!
We’re gonna hate. (x2) We're gonna hate ‘um now!
We can't wait until tomorrow.
Hate 'um in the morning. Hate 'um in the night.
We're gonna hate um (X2) Gonna hate 'um with all our might!

Well boys and girls, we’re hating so fine,
You’ve shown yer solidarity with the party, we can proudly go forward together.
Let’s go onward with our hate leading the way! When we hate we stay together.
Hate makes us so much better. Hate is the movement we see.
Hate makes us so much better. Hate is the movement we see.
Yer so free to hate.
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Comments: 13
Fans: 9
Plays: 70
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Uploaded: May 26, 2017 - 10:11:10 PM
Last Updated: May 27, 2017 - 10:41:16 AM Last Played: Jul 15, 2017 - 05:59:52 PM
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Hardware:
The Immortal Fretless Fender Jazz Bass
Bitch 1221 MS Yamaha Pacifica
12 String Reissue, (like Chet's guitar)
Oasis and Kontact keyboards
Software:
Daug pencil
Comments
carbon said 55 days ago (May 27th, 2017)
So free to hate
A tsunami of hate has risen and is sweeping the land. Yet getting caught in this tsunami would seem to be a choice. A supremely odd choice in my opinion. Wow, this is captivating and weird and awesome and dissonant and dystopic. I can't find a single thing to hate about this tune. Thanks for sharing.
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Daugrin said 55 days ago (May 27th, 2017)
H8 becomes most people
but not you my mysterious friend, you turn your collar to hate! Hate is a cultural fiat now, it is an imparative for happiness, at least in the media that matters.
Behold, exactly why making this tune was so important. You have grasp the not so secret meaning in the lyrics. "Captivating, weird, awesome, dissonant and dystopic?" I would hope these are part of the standard requirements, I am humbled by your patronage.

Daug
Check out my latest song called Medea Don't Matr H8 Party
sammydix said 55 days ago (May 27th, 2017)
Don't
kill me, but the melody was actually a bit catchy (in a non-pop way). A pleasant collage for the ears. I like both the old and new directions.
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Daugrin said 55 days ago (May 27th, 2017)
Just the message delivery guy...
I wouldn't hurt ya for the world. I have so few commenters lol, I got to savor them all. Thanks for stopping by and offering kind words. There are melodies and hooks a plenty in this offering, more in one tune- that's the standard.

Daug
Check out my latest song called Medea Don't Matr H8 Party
KCsGROOVE said 54 days ago (May 28th, 2017)
medea
Intriguing piece, Daug
I like the second part best.
Just keep 'm coming
KC
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Loob said 51 days ago (May 31st, 2017)
Zappa esk
Thrash stab kill. Cool
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Calchas said 49 days ago (June 2nd, 2017)
Wowza
What a bizarre tune...I mean that in a good way Daug!

I too am sick of the hate...both of the winners AND the losers. So much for Democracy...

Be well bro!
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Daugrin said 46 days ago (June 5th, 2017)
Bizarre is normal here
Glad you agree with the sentiment here. Thank you for following my releases with comments. It is important to get feedback from respected colleagues!

Daug
Check out my latest song called Medea Don't Matr H8 Party
egobandit said 47 days ago (June 4th, 2017)
seems silly
I mean the hate that is peddled, its like a cartoon in a way, anyway some interesting changes almost Zappa in the tone of singing lots to soak in , I liked party time, The guitar solo really caught me then it breaks loose you have a way with composition , I reckon your right free to hate but also free to love
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Daugrin said 46 days ago (June 4th, 2017)
Real Hate
Hello Tim, thanks for stopping by, good to see you.

Real hate is forced on people everyday at work, at school, in books, on-line, movies, this has become our life. The people that control our culture ensure all hate is front and center- all the time.

"Brain Police" is a fifty year old Zappa original adapted to my purposes here, I get accused of lifting Zappa all the time by people anyway, so I determined do some repurposing...lol, FZ's 50 year old song works perfectly today.

The remaining sections fit with the opening cover in mind, to make a point. Suggesting people are free to love, as well as hate, after experiencing this program is not an accurate description of the mass media culture.

Love, compassion, and relationship, you know the good stuff, is permitted only to those whom wear the cultural designation "victim". Simply, if yer not of the victim designation yer only entitled to hate and taxes. Check out- psychographics, just a meta-consideration above demographics, where the hateful design of national socialist cultural becomes clear...

Daug
Check out my latest song called Medea Don't Matr H8 Party
Warren Smith said 38 days ago (June 13th, 2017)
The power of hate
I hate to say this, but you've come up with a song you can love to hate. Or is it hate to love? I suppose it depends upon your world view.

(That was just word play .. not commentary.)

What was that feature George Orwell inserted into the story of his "1984" totalitarian culture - the "Two Minutes of Hate," where everybody took a break from whatever they were doing to focus on hating some designated enemy. While it hasn't played out exactly as he wrote it, his finger was on the right trigger - we are inundated by hate. And it shatters us. To paraphrase Julius Caesar, what divides us allows us to be conquered.
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donalraft said 13 days ago (July 8th, 2017)
Raises a smile
This is a rule sane response to what is happening in the world and especially the the US. So sad to see, everyone shouting and no-one listening. Very interesting song, a touch of Zappa and even Beatles.
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tonestones said 6 days ago (July 14th, 2017)
Zappa would be proud
This is so cool! I loved the old Zappa Freak Out period (late 60s). This is extremely inventive. I love the twists and turns. Good stuff!
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