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Another song which makes me feel like vomiting. And sad.

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The lyrics of Jay Sean’s “2012 (It Ain’t The End)” surprised me. He tells us/the listeners to: “party like it’s the end of the world”. Not sure how that must be done…

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Another great song on Renée Fleming’s album, dark hope.


Working for the church
While your family dies.
You take what they give you
And you keep it inside.
Every spark of friendship and love
Will die without a home.

Another great, great cover of the song by Arcade Fire, “Intervention”. This one really can make me cry. Why don’t we see it? Why don’t we see the problem we’re causing to others? Read the rest of this entry »

Just listening to a new album ‘Dark Hope’ of Renée Fleming and come across a very nice cover of the song ‘Mad World‘… The lyrics made me think again.

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Just another song to make us aware of the fact that we have too much of everything. One of the songs from the original soundtrack of Into the Wild. Written by singer-songwriter Jerry Hannan.


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Scanning the track list of the DMC DJ Only 138 CD, I came across a remarkable track title: “Why Don’t You Love Me (MK Ultra Radio Mix)” from Beyoncé. WTF?!

I mean… Of course they can come with an excuse that this ‘MK Ultra’ has a different meaning. But I can only think of one. Project MK Ultra (or MKULTRA or MK-Ultra). Listen to the song and decide for yourself: Read the rest of this entry »

Vigilant Citizen, a blog I really respect, wrote a new piece of the rise of occult symbolism in popular music. This time a song/video from Russia. Read the article here: Vintage’s “Mikkie”.

This song appears on the new album of Винтаж (Vintage) called ‘Sex’. Not just the title is shocking, but notice the text written on her veil: “Fuck me”. Even if you don’t understand or see the occult symbolism, there should be a little voice inside you warning you: “WTF is this?!”. Read the rest of this entry »

Yesterday I mentioned an interview with Nina Simone where they talk about ‘freedom’.

Today I suddenly had to think about this song from Lily Allen, The Fear. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nina Simone explains in an interview what freedom is. Freedom is “no fear”. Read the rest of this entry »

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