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by Möbius Strip

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Recorded November 2012 at Inner Ear Studios with Don Zientara.
Mastered by T.J. Lipple.

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released 15 April 2014

All songs by Möbius Strip.

Cover photo by Vincent Chung
Inner photo by Julian Ortiz
Artwork/layout by Pitt Stains

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Track Name: Chemicals
Sit down and listen to me whine
About my life--it's not that bad
It's just the chemicals in my head

Or maybe it's the chemicals
In the tap water, in the tap water
Or maybe it's the chemicals everywhere

Bathe me
In a vat of chemicals
Whose names I can't pronounce

Bathe me
Let this River of Nepenthe
Wash away my memories

A benchmark of one's mental health
According to the DSM
Is the ability to work work work work work work work work

Water supplies monopolized
Add caffeine, keep us energized
Add fluoride, keep us stupefied

Bathe me
In a vat of chemicals
Whose names I can't pronounce

Bathe me
I'll trade you my autonomy
For fresh distractions and dependencies

Bathe me
Enslave me
Track Name: Drone
Scorched earth, twisted metal mingling with the
Limbs, mismatched, strewn about the public square
Hellfire rains down from clear heavens
A sudden widow clutching crying children whispers:

Hold your breath
We could be next

Meanwhile, ten thousand miles away
Chatroom screens fill with emoticons -- congratulations
The Most Dangerous Game: Desert Town Edition
Embraced by the Nintendo generation

The Big Sandbox passed; next level:
Civilian centers in the motherland -- defend the line
Pepper-dispensing baton-twirlers have gone soft
We'll be policed, judged, executed from above in realtime

Hold your breath
You could be next
Track Name: Pertenezco
Insulto
Oblicuo
Responderme
En inglés

Pertenezco

Palabras no compartidas
Palabras podridas
Palabras rechazadas
Palabras olvidadas

Pertenezco

Rechazado
Por cada lado

Puede ser que no tengo pinta de latino
Pero mi abuelo se escapó de polizón
En mi casa el Coco tenía tres nombres:
Castro, Batista, y Franco

Pertenezco
No parezco, pero pertenezco