M.O.T.O. - Kill Moto album FLAC
KILL MOTO Album Lyrics. 2. Laying On a Slab of Stone Lyrics. 3. Left Handed Guitar Lyrics. I Think We've Got the Sound Lyrics. Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Original MOTO Cafe Brazil circa 1984 - Left to right: Mike Tomeny, Paul Caporino, Donald Ward (mostly hidden behind Caporino), Jeff Tomeny. was formed in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1981. The original lineup consisted of Mike Tomeny on guitar, his brother Jeff Tomeny on guitars and vocals and Don Ward on drums in addition to Caporino on guitar and vocals . 2003 saw the release of the band's first full album of all-new recordings, Kill . which featured studio recordings of songs from Caporino's most recent home-recorded cassettes as well as brand new songs
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We create a new sound to kill the old sound We open old wounds to flood the room We create a new sound to kill the old sound We open old wounds to flood the room) Whoo! Oh, looking back, there’s nothing for me there And standing still is just more than I can bear That outside world will only cut your throat And your hometown is just hoping you'll implode. I'm scared of shadows from my past They loom large until there's light. The title refers to pop music which is progressive, the prefix ‘moto’ meaning ‘in motion’. The song explores themes of development in music and the seeming death of old forms of music for the sake of progress. This is used as an analogy for problems faced in the artist’s own life, namely a haunting past and the steady progress of age. "Moto Pop" Track Info. Recorded By Steve Albini. Mixed By Steve Albini. Release Date May 31, 2019. Barriers Frank Iero and the Future Violents. 1. A New Day’s Coming.
|A2||Dance To The Radio||2:17|
|A3||The Chicks Can Tell||2:08|
|A4||Gagging On The Edge Of Love||2:23|
|A5||Breaking Up Is The Hardest Thing||2:08|
|A6||Choking On Your Inside||2:19|
|A7||Get Away From The Cops||1:59|
|A8||We Are The Rats||1:56|
|B1||He Said Ouch||1:50|
|B2||Never Been To Me In A Riot||0:09|
|B3||I Am A Bomb||1:40|
|B5||I Won't Give It Up Until You're Mine||3:22|
|B6||Laying On A Slab Of Stone||2:28|
|B7||I Think We Got The Sound||2:09|
|B8||Where's My Money At?||2:16|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4260049320361
|BiTe036, BiTe036LP, OR012||M.O.T.O.||Kill Moto (LP, Album)||Little Teddy Recordings, Little Teddy Recordings, Orange||BiTe036, BiTe036LP, OR012||Germany||2002|
|CIQ02, BiTe036CD||M.O.T.O.||Kill M.O.T.O. (CD, Album)||Criminal IQ, Little Teddy Recordings||CIQ02, BiTe036CD||USA & Europe||2003|
|SVR 056||M.O.T.O.||Kill Moto (LP, Album, RE)||Svart Records||SVR 056||Finland||2011|