• Artist: Contramano
  • Title: TV Reality (The New Plague)
  • Genre: Rock - Indie Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Quirky/Wacky/Silly
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Strings, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/1/0001
  • Lyric themes: Personal Philosophy, Anger Hatred, Frustration, Confusion, Pessimism, Conformity
  • Lyric hook: It's the new plague the new invasion click on screw your life you can't turn it off passive aggressive attack to our dreams our lives
  • Lyrics: A headache coming on TV reality doesn’t help Baby crying, cops coming to help the girl Throwing her husband in jail Click, another channel Ron Jeremy dressed like an angel in diapers Trying to get loser celebrity To have the biggest orgy on earth But it’s not a special day It’s an afternoon on a regular day Idiotic scenes blaring from the TV I think I guess, I guess what it is It’s the new plague The new invasion Click on, screw your life You can’t turn it off Passive aggressive Passive aggressive attack To our dreams, our lives Pathetic rapper and his blonde alcoholic wife trash Gambling and losing everything he thinks he has She’s walking around naked, with bottle of vodka Screaming and fighting she passes out on to the floor Five frat brothers Competing for twenty five thousand bucks Eating live insects, drinking human vomit Throwing themselves from an 80 story building Socialite with her chubby daughter Selling their lives for money and prestige Plastic surgery, modeling and no job Doorman talking about them Chorus How did we get to this point? Was it because of MTV or what? Or maybe ‘cause we are just hopeless people Trying to find answers on the screen Chorus
  • Keywords: cheerful, whimsical, Bass, Bright, Garage, Lo-Fi
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Contramano

Contramano

Brooklyn, NY United States

Contramano Weird Eyes

Along with a new album that will hit on spring 2011, the group has a short film on their
hands, ready to cut, splice, and project on their huge projection screen that the band uses when
performing live. The film itself spawns out of a song set the band calls “When you need them,”
which then appropriately became the title of the entire project.
The new album is a side step for Contramano, not leaving behind any ...

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