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Lyrics from anew…

posted June 15, 2010, 11:47 pm by Brian Rutherford | Filed Under Contest, Editorial | comment 5 Comments

Tags: Chevelle, Point #1, Lyrics from anew


There’s a lot of artists who are now as popdustry as can be.  But one day, a while, sometimes eons ago, had passion, originality and creative juices.  Let’s try something…Name the artist/album

It seems I’ve gained the world but have nothing
To keep tabs upon this loss isn’t wasted time
Face opportunities to recognize now we have time
Rebuke, don’t choke on this twisted dream
‘Cause he’ll pay for it, the whole sum
Or magnify pain is point number one
‘Cause he’ll say pay for it, the whole sum
Or magnify pain… is point number one

Hate – Couldn’t do, couldn’t do no wrong
Hate – Couldn’t do, this could do you in

We need a healing aloe plant
Your soothing hands run down my back
We need a healing aloe plant
Your soothing hands run down my back

First person to guess this gets an old school touring poster from these guys mailed to them

TAGS and Source to come…

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5 Responses to “Lyrics from anew…”

  1. Dennis Scanland dscanland on June 16th, 2010 10:24 am

    Aha, I recognize this song. And sadly, this band was never the same since. Who’s going to be the first to answer!

  2. Brian Rutherford hstisgod on June 17th, 2010 11:44 pm

    that’s why we’ll always get along, cause you saw the importance of their debut, regardless of what they became.

  3. Kevin Sellers SolitaryMan on June 20th, 2010 11:59 pm

    Not to offer a differing opinion just for the sake of it…but I think their sophomore record is much better. Especially “Send The Pain Below” and “Lonely Visitor”. But there was much to enjoy from their debut as well. It is a shame what they ended up as though.

  4. Brian Rutherford hstisgod on June 25th, 2010 12:22 pm

    My apologies Kevin, you are correctamundo, email me you address and ill dig up an old school “point #1″ poster.

    Brian@musicemissions.com

    I do agree in a way “wonder what’s next” is slicker and nicely throw together and a very enjoyable album, but seemingly, that professionalism replaced their rawness, which was never to be heard from again. Now they’re like an old healthwise snack that was just reported high in fat content

  5. Kevin Sellers SolitaryMan on June 27th, 2010 7:47 am

    Haha, true enough sir. True enough.

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