• Artist: Sunspot
  • Title: Turn This Off
  • Genre: Rock - Hard Rock/Classic, Rock - Metal/Alternative Metal
  • Mood: Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Very Fast (160 +)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/9/2013
  • Lyric themes: Rebellious, Rebellion, Stubborness, Music/Art, Determination, Bragging Status
  • Lyrics: Don’t wanna be the background to your, Lite rock adult contemporary life on hold. Don’t wanna be the soundtrack to your, Getaway hot tub romance pool suite weekend. You’re not gonna screw to this. You’re not gonna screw to this. We are not ubiquitous. We are not ubiquitous. Give me something that can make me feel. Go ahead and turn this off. We’re taking back our music, What you won’t give we’re gonna steal, Go ahead and turn this off, You can keep your smug irony, And I’ll keep what is real. Don’t wanna see your record collection, And take those Elvis Costello glasses off. Don’t wanna ask for your permission, To walk through life under a carrot and a stick. Hearing songs a thousand times. Hearing songs a thousand times. Makes me want to commit crimes. Makes me want to commit crimes. You won’t give me something to make me feel. I’ve seen your ventriloquist, Another hypnotist, Visit your therapist, ‘Cuz now we’re getting pissed. Because you won’t give me something to make me feel. Go ahead and turn this off. We’re taking back our music, What you won’t give we’re gonna steal, Go ahead and turn this off, You can keep your smug irony, You can keep your impassivity, You can keep your fashionability, And I’ll keep what is real.
  • Keywords: edgy, aggressive, rock, angry, Bass, Guitar

About Sunspot

Sunspot in the lab

Sunspot is the Cheap Trick of geek-rock and Van Halen for Nerds. It's all the fun of flashy rock but with the satisfaction of substance over style. With monster choruses, face-melting guitar solos, and sweet harmonies, Sunspot brings the swagger of the stadium to the pocket-protected masses. They’ve been featured at Scott Bakula’s fiftieth birthday party, honored as the Wisconsin Area Music Industry Artist of the Year, earned a Madison Area Music Award for Rock ...

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