Fischer-Z : Multinationals Bite [Red Skies Over Paradise, 1981] [reblog]

from Oannes

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Ένα από το πιο ενδιαφέροντα, μουσικά και στιχουργικά, γκρουπ του βρετανικού new wave, είναι οι Fischer Z, το σχήμα του κιθαρίστα, singer-songwriter John Watts.
Ακούμε ένα τραγούδι από το τρίτο τους άλμπουμ [1981].
Ο Watts, άλλοτε με διάφορες ενσαρκώσεις των Fischer Z και άλλοτε σόλο, εξακολουθεί να κυκλοφορεί υλικό μέχρι σήμερα.

Fisher Z are one of the most interesting bands of the British new wave explosion, music and lyrics wise. It is the creative vehicle of guitarist, singer-songwriter John Watts.
We hear a song from their third album [1981].
Watts, sometimes with various incarnations of Fischer Z and sometimes solo, still releases material to this day.

❝ You’re no anarchist
You’re not extreme.
But you threaten them.
With your dream.
So be careful.
Multinationals bite bite bite.
They’ll destroy you.
Overnight.
I hear wardrums (Picking up pieces of blood for you, now).
I hear wardrums (Picking up pieces of blood for you, now).
I hear wardrums (Picking up pieces of blood for you, now).
I hear wardrums (Picking up pieces of blood for you, now).
You don’t realise.
The extent of their power.
I can’t help you.
Anymore.
And you’ll find out.
Multinationals bite bite bite.
They’ll destroy you.
Overnight.
I hear wardrums (Picking up pieces of blood for you, now).
I hear wardrums (Picking up pieces of blood for you, now).
I hear wardrums (Picking up pieces of blood for you, now).
I hear wardrums (Picking up pieces of blood for you, now).
There’s no justice.
Outside the law.
They have governments
Under control…


Enjoy!

and

Stay Safe!

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