Sunday, 18 March 2012

Every Time I Die

Partly because their songwriting is so good that it has almost convinced the Pixie that Southern fried hardcore could be worth listening to.

To illustrate this point (and because I'm far to lazy to produce any words of my own), here are the lyrics to early hit song The Logic of Crocodiles.

i am a very important person.
i've acquired a genetically altered handshake capable of speeds up to 30 mph.
hair arranged by the most advanced landscape surveillance operators our
company can afford.
i have a very expensive pen.
i use big words quite often in substitution for semantically equivalent words.
i attribute this success to my professional demeanor and my strong stock
though it may not appear so, i am quite comfortable in my surroundings.
i have everything, let me show you around.
smile you fucker, it's not often you get this chance.
love is just an exchange of corporate documents.
i've reviewed your rapport and i feel you're a prospect for mechanical
this is a joint venture that will be mutually advantageous to both parties
technically this is just a business merger.
a consolidation of liquid assets.
we are respectively geared towards customer service.
there is a great possibility for corporate sponsorship if you're willing,
i am sure we could synchronize agendas.
swift, and efficient satisfaction.
through innovative planning,
we could form a strong strategic partnership capable of overcoming sensitive
and adverse predicaments which will be discussed at the next goals assessment
promotion possibility and additional benefits are diagrammed in my
preliminary objective outline.
raises are granted based on performance.

But the main reason that ETID are the greatest band in the world ever is that the new record Ex Lives is so good it might cure cancer. It's got a banjo in it, for fucks sake.

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