#007 Useless ID “Mouse in a Maze” @ Punk Rock Holiday (08/08/2016) Tolmin, Slovenia

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Este tema forma parte del concierto que Useless ID ofreció el primer día del festival Punk Rock Holiday que tuvo lugar el 8 de agosto del 2016 en un entorno paradisíaco como son las inmediaciones del Soča River en Tolmin, Eslovenia.

PlayLIST [All-IN] x150: “nrK7 (Punk Rock Holiday): Viaje al paraíso del Punk Rock”

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“Mouse in a Maze” es el tema 03 del disco “The Lost Broken Bones” (2015)
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Is it so hard to accept the fact we’re always changing?
did we all choose to live in denial?
we had no control whatsoever once the damage was done
and now we’re all looking forward to one end.
how much of it can we take?
the more we don’t communicate.
the less we feel rejected
over and out, we are…

Beat down here like a mouse in a maze
and no more than one in a million
lay you head down
we’ve fallen out with the world
get used to the feeling.

It brings the worst out of all of us
when there’s no one left to trust.
we’re all resident to a strange land
we wont take part in this new regime
a well written bloody scheme
designed to corrupt and take over.

the things we over analyse
the way we live is the way we die.
until it fades into oblivion
we’re uninvited.

Beat down here like a mouse in a maze
and no more than one in a million
lay you head down
we’ve fallen out with the world
get used to the feeling.

Protection: we live in a shell
and find it in ruins
we may have gotten carried away
but there’s nothing to it.

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Useless ID es una banda original de Tel Aviv, Israel, donde empezaron una carrera musical que durante más de dos décadas, les ha llevado a escribir, grabar e ir de gira por todo el mundo, haciendo lo que aman y compartiéndolo con el mundo. Tras siete discos de estudio y mucho camino en su espalda vuelven a sus raíces publicando “State Is Burning” (2016), una carta de amor al punk rock que transmite su frustración, ira, amor y esperanza.

Useless ID:

https://uselessid.bandcamp.com/music

https://www.facebook.com/Useless-ID-40123148903
https://www.instagram.com/uselessidpunk
https://www.youtube.com/user/UselessIDofficial

Punk Rock Holiday:
http://www.punkrockholiday.com

https://www.facebook.com/punkrockholiday
https://www.instagram.com/punkrockholiday
*The best Punk Rock party on the most amazing location in the World!

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1) Registrado – Sony MV1 (Audio)
2) Zoom – Sony SR11

1st Day *Recording Memories (RecME 73): http://wp.me/p23YMz-pb
2nd Day *Recording Memories (RecME 73): http://wp.me/p23YMz-pr
3th Day *Recording Memories (RecME 73): http://wp.me/p23YMz-pJ
4th Day *Recording Memories (RecME 73): http://wp.me/p23YMz-pO
5th Day *Recording Memories (RecME 73): http://wp.me/p23YMz-pR

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Classic vs. Rock. MMM.



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Faka Lab – My dreams





Cocktail of the american punk-rock 70th flavored with power-pop. It is the way these three guys characterize their music. Fake Lab was founded by Vince Gray & Tony Crash on September 12, 2011. Later they were joined by Andrew Box. On January 17, 2012 they started recording their debut Extended Play album called “Blank Generation” at the Vintage Mixing Studio & the album was completed on May 4, 2012. The official release is expected in the summer of 2012.

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Police Control – Adrénaline





Song from the first POLICE CONTROL EP, a French Parisian Punk Band.
Out on Juvenile Delinquent records and Gone with the weed
https://juveniledelinquent.bandcamp.com/

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Streets of Fire – Badass





A cult classic. A great movie. A kickass experience.

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FArmeyard – Noise Punk demo 2013





Farmeyard – noize punk spb 2013
drums – Svin
bass – Grek
guitar – Igor Crustov
vocals – Milki

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2014 有馬記念 9800円 一発勝負 ギャンブル





YouTuber Pop Punk Band!!Our New Statement!

You can download our songs from iTunes Store
https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/our-new-statement-single/id869829072

Official Website
http://ournewstatement123456789.jimdo.com

We are “YouTuber Pop Punk Band” Our New Statement
We’ll uplode various videos!!!!!Look forward to it!Please subscribe!
Best wishes to all!! From Japan

YouTubeでの動画投稿、楽曲投稿
YouTuberでありPunk Band
既存の枠にはまらない雑食エンターテインメントバンド

Vo.Gt :Ryuhei Hoshino
Twitterアカウント:@Ramones0611

フォローandチャンネル登録おねがいします!

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SUCKER – Wuhan Prison Punk Fest 3 11-20-2012 (complete set)





This is a multi-camera shoot I conducted in 2012 of Xi’an, Shaanxi province-based ska punk band SUCKER, recorded live on day one of the 3rd WUHAN PRISON PUNK FESTIVAL held at VOX livehouse in Wuhan, Hubei province, China (PRC).

SUCKER are: Frank: Guitar/Vocals, Zhang Hui: bass/Vocals, Xiao Yue: Lead Guitar/Vocals, and Xian Jun: drums.

SET LIST:
1.) Slob
2.) Boring Song
3.) Revolution
4.)
5.)
6.)
7.) Rude Soul
8.) 40km
9.)
10.) You Are Not Alone
11.) Rock and Roll

SUCKER are good guys and keep the punk rock torch lit. It was a tremendous pleasure working with them. All of their hard work is starting to pay off. Steve, from BIG D. & THE KIDS TABLE produced their new album (he previous worked with Beijing’s BRAIN FAILURE a few years ago). “Rude Soul” may have secured distribution in America through Fork In Hand Records, which I believe is the record label started by BIG D & THE KIDS TABLE (Boston). I’m happy to see mi amigos break through. Maybe they can finally tour the States, which is something that have always aspired to do. If you get a chance to see them in China, tell them the Shanzhai Laowai recommended you.

Their official Douban page:
http://site.douban.com/SUCKER999/

This video is uploaded under the Creative Commons Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 agreement. I am the owner and creator of this video.

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Hold Fast at Punk Rock Volleyball





Hold Fast at Punk Rock Volleyball in Saskatoon on July 28, 2012.

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What is PROGRESSIVE ROCK? What does PROGRESSIVE ROCK mean? PROGRESSIVE ROCK meaning





What is PROGRESSIVE ROCK? What does PROGRESSIVE ROCK mean? PROGRESSIVE ROCK meaning – PROGRESSIVE ROCK definition – PROGRESSIVE ROCK explanation.

Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license.

Progressive rock (first known as progressive pop, later prog rock, prog, and sometimes art rock) is a rock music subgenre that originated in the United Kingdom with further developments in Germany, Italy, and France, throughout the mid-to-late 1960s and 1970s. It developed from psychedelic rock, and originated as an attempt to give greater artistic weight and credibility to rock music. Bands abandoned the short pop single in favor of instrumentation and compositional techniques more frequently associated with jazz or classical music in an effort to give rock music the same level of musical sophistication and critical respect.

Progressive rock sometimes abandons the danceable beat that defines earlier rock styles and is more likely to experiment with compositional structure, instrumentation, harmony, rhythm, and lyrical content. It may demand more effort on the part of the listener than other types of music. Musicians in progressive rock typically display a high degree of instrumental skill. Musical forms are blurred through the use of extended sections and of musical interludes that bridge separate sections, which results in classical-style suites. Early progressive rock groups expanded the timbral palette of the then-traditional rock instrumentation by adding instruments more typical of folk, jazz, or music in the classical tradition. A number of bands, especially at the genre’s onset, recorded albums in which they performed with full orchestras. Progressive rock artists are more likely to explore complex time signatures such as 5/8 and 7/8. Tempo, key, and time signature changes are common within progressive rock compositions.

Songs were replaced with musical suites that often stretched to 20 or 40 minutes in length and contained symphonic influences, extended musical themes, philosophical, mystical, or surreal lyrics, and complex orchestrations. The genre was criticized, however, as some reviewers found the concepts “pretentious” and the sounds “pompous” and “overblown”.

Progressive rock saw a high level of popularity throughout the 1970s, especially in the middle of the decade. Bands such as Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, the Moody Blues, Yes, King Crimson, Genesis, and Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP) were the genre’s most influential groups and were among the most popular acts of the era, although there were many other, often highly influential, bands who experienced a lesser degree of commercial success. The genre faded in popularity during the second half of the decade. Conventional wisdom holds that the rise of punk rock caused this, although in reality a number of factors contributed to the decline. Progressive rock bands achieved commercial success well into the 1980s, albeit with changed lineups and more compact song structures.

The genre grew out of several 1960s “progressive” rock bands. Most of the prominent bands from the genre’s 1970s heyday fall into the “symphonic prog” category, in which classical orchestrations and compositional techniques are melded with rock music. Other subgenres exist, including the more accessible neo-progressive rock of the 1980s, the jazz-influenced Canterbury sound of the 1960s and 1970s, and the more political and experimental Rock in Opposition movement of the late 1970s and onward. Progressive rock has influenced genres such as krautrock and post-punk, and it has fused with other forms of rock music to create subgenres, such as neo-classical metal and progressive metal. A revival, often known as new prog, occurred at the turn of the 21st century and has since enjoyed a cult following.

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