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Purchasable with gift card. Regular LP version on black vinyl, with A1 insert, poster and sticker. Limited edition red vinyl, with insert, A1 poster, sticker and woven patch. Don't give a shit! Don't ever judge me! Picking through the parts exposed Taking shape, taking shag Over and over and under my skin All this momentum is doing me in!
You got all my love, livin' in your own hate Drippin' hole man, hard step, no fate Show you nuthin', but I ain't holdin' back Every damn word I say is a sneak attack When I get my hands on you Ain't a fuck thing you can do Get this cuz you're never gonna get me I am the very disease you pretend to be I am the push that makes you move 5. Spit It Out Since you never gave a damn in the first place Maybe it's time you had the tables turned Cuz in the interest of all involved I got the problem solved And the verdict is guilty Man nearly killed me Steppin' where you fear to tread Stop, drop and roll - you were dead from the git-go!!
Big mouth fucker, stupid cocksucker! Are you scared of me now? Then you're dumber than I thought Always is, never was Foundation made of piss and vinegar Step to me, I'll smear ya - Think I fear ya? Just another dumb punk chompin' at this tit Is there any way to break through the noise? Was it something that I said that got you bent? It's gotta be that way if you want it Sanity, Literal Profanity hit me!
Spit it out All you wanna do is drag me down All I wanna do is stamp you out Maybe it's the way you spread a lotta rumour fodder Keepin' all your little spies and leavin' when you realise Step up, fairy I guess it's time to bury your ass with the chrome Straight to the dome You heard that right, bitch, I didn't stutter If you know what's good - sit, shut up and beg, brother Backstab - Don't you know who you're dissin'?
Side swipe - we know the ass that you're kissin'! Bigidy - bigidy bitch boy, halfwat hauser Can't hear shit cuz I keep gettin' louder Step up, and you get a face full o' tactic Lippin' off hard, goin' home in a basket You got no pull, no power, no nuthin' Now you start shit?
Well, ain't that somethin'? Payoffs don't protect, and you can't hide if you want But I'll find you - Comin' up behind you! Spit it out All you wanna do is drag me down All I wanna do is stamp you out 'Bout time I set this record straight All the needlenose punchin' is makin' me irate Sick o' my bitchin' fallin' on deaf ears Where YOU gonna be in the next five years?
The crew and all the fools, and all the politix Get your lips ready, gonna gag, gonna make you sick You got dick when they passed out the good stuff Bam Are you sick of me?
Good enough - had enough Fuck me! I'm all out of enemies! Fuck me! I'm all out of enemas! Spit it out All you wanna do is drag me down All I wanna do is stamp you out 6. Tattered And Torn [differs from version] Kill Me Tattered and torn Something aches Tattered and torn Bad things slither Tattered and torn My floors are burning down Tattered and torn And I can't find a window Tattered and torn This is medieval Tattered and torn This is cerebral Tattered and torn Suffocated Tattered and torn Melodramatic Tattered and torn Driven to the verge of Tattered and torn I make you my enemy Tattered and torn The nerves you sever Tattered and torn Can serve you better Tattered and torn In the blink of an eye Tattered and torn In the space of a second Tattered and torn Open my wrists Tattered and torn Give me my lessons Tearing myself apart From the things that make me hurt 7.
Frail Limb Nursery She lay as though she were in a trance, With her long eyelashes fluttering like she was dreaming. She said to him "I lie beyond the sea", And then all of a sudden her head dipped back and she vanished.
Gone, gone without a trace. She's never coming back, do you know what it's like to live with that? No one knows what it's like. The only one who knew me, gone. Purity Maze Fill up both sides. When your cassette reaches the end of the first side, it's time to flip it over and continue on the back. Check your mixtape. Listen to your mixtape through to make sure everything recorded correctly. If a song didn't come out right, record of that part of the tape until you are satisfied. Unless you carefully budgeted your time, it's likely that you'll end up with part of a song at the end of the first side.
You can erase songs from your mixtape by recording over them while no music is playing. Write down or print out the track listing on a card and slip it into the cassette cover. Consider adding cover art, decorations, and other finishing touches.
Method 5 of Think of a specific reason. Your reason will suggest themes, which can be adopted to make the mixtape more cohesive. Settle on a theme. It doesn't necessarily have to be connected to your reason for making the mixtape, but you should choose something you think your boyfriend or girlfriend will appreciate. Using the example above, you might come up with a theme of songs that mention smiling. Search for songs that fit your theme. Feel free to use novel or unorthodox interpretations of your theme to help you find more songs.
Get as many songs together as you can and listen to all of them, or at least parts of all of them. Keep trying until you get it right. If you just can't seem to scrape together enough music to fill a blank tape, try to come up with a different theme instead. Narrow the playing field. Think about what your significant other likes, what you like, and how you want the theme to be expressed.
Think about whether or not you can create a deeper message out of your songs by putting them in a certain order. With a little luck, you'll be able to whittle down your selections to just about the right amount to fit onto a mixtape. Spend a lot of time on the order of your songs. Order is important for this type of themed mixtape; a good song order allows the songs to flow from one to the next in a way that makes sense and adds meaning.
Working all this extra detail into your mixtape is also a great way to show your significant other how much love you've poured into making it for them. Method 6 of Hear with the recipient's ears.
Very often when you make a mixtape for a parent or other older relative, it is intended to be a way for them to sample new music. If you're going to show them a lot of new music, spend some time trying to guess whether or not they'll actually enjoy listening to any of it first. Remember, this person has very different musical tastes than you do. Pick your tracks based on what you think they will like. For this kind of mixtape, pick the catchiest and most accessible songs you can think of within the confines of whatever type of music you're planning to give away.
Use your past as a guide. If you can't figure out which tracks those might be, think back to the first time you heard the albums in question. What tracks immediately caught your attention? Even if you've moved on from them now, those are the tracks most likely to make a good impression on people who haven't heard the music before. Method 7 of Keep other people in mind. Assuming that you are bringing your tape to work with the intention of playing it over the speakers so you can listen to it while you do your job, the most important consideration aside from picking songs you like is the wants and preferences of the other people who will hear the tape.
Think of the children. If you work in a customer environment where children and families might be present, you should avoid songs with swearing or adult themes like violence and drug use.
Be a team player. Try to pick songs you think your coworkers will enjoy, rather than just whichever tracks you feel like listening to at the moment. Use a simple theme. Deeper themes require a flow not just from song to song, but across different styles and sounds of music, which won't translate well in most workplaces. Consider donating your tape to work. If it's a big hit with your coworkers, think about leaving it there permanently for anyone to use whenever they feel like hearing it.
The point of making a mixtape, generally speaking, is to give it to someone else anyway, so just think of it as a natural next step in the process. If you're using it for personal use, you'll be OK. However, if broadcasting it, you'll be fined, unless you have permission to use that music from the artist. Not Helpful 0 Helpful Yes - instrumentals require time and effort to write as well, and these musicians deserve credit just as much as anyone. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 5. You'll be fined and could be sued.
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