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7oi - Don’t Push The Rocks In My Face album

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Featuring Leon’sWOLF. Produced by White Punk. Rocks In My Socks Lyrics. in my hands Paid the debt to the top I got spite in my thoughts They for a nigga who wanna be enemy Torturing pussies that shit gives me that shit give me memories For you motherfuckers I got less energy Oh yeah, he think it okay to try me for no mercy, I'm tearing this ear.

me close to the edge (Don't push me). I'm feeling the pressure I can't break out No one can hear me scream and shout Get out of my face, out of my mind I see your corruption I'm not blind I'll carry the burden and take the strain And when I am done I will make you pay. Pressure building Pressure building Pressure building. The song was released in September, as a single for their 8th studio album, Simulation Theory. According to Matt Bellamy, this is a heavy song and talking about the Pressure of fans to make them keep on playing in their previous style.

Can’t Feel My Face thematically fits in with the rest of the Weeknd’s catalog, mostly composed of gorgeously sung songs about getting high and slowly falling apart. Artists are always going to try and push the envelope a little further, says Bradley, and I would guess that we’re going to be hearing more and more of that stuff.

Original lyrics of Don't Push Me song by 50 Cent. Explain your version of song meaning, find more of 50 Cent lyrics.

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1 A Comprehensive Teenager Confronts The Bitmap 5:42
2 Bad Times Were Enjoyed By All 4:30
3 An Interior Universal Fumes 2:50
4 Articular Avaraged 2:30
5 Ejection Stagecoach 3:29
6 Some Experimental Consignments 4:55
7 Vectorise Consecutive 3:00
8 Why Can’t Avasted Void Rave 4:20
9 When Will The Circuit Access A Dividied Promise? 1:16
10 Við Eigum Allt Eftir 5:22
11 The Dot Addicts A Blurb 3:13
12 It Overlaps Outside The Concern 4:29
13 Throughout The Sea Disease Matures The Fashionable Fairy 10:12


This is 7oi's latest album, released now in 2009. It’s been quite a while between albums, but the times between times have been very busy. Finally it’s here. This album introduces a few changes as well, most noticeable is the fact that 7oi gathered up the courage to sing in a few of the songs. Hopefully, that won’t bother many people. The songs were all made somewhere between 2005-2009, although the older songs were all taken apart and put together again before the release. Some songs have been heard before, but in other versions, and others have not been heard at all. It’s not as schizophrenic as the previous albums, but it does tend to roughen up from being the full on, melodic, shoegazing, folk-mixed drama that it can be in times.

Sounds like:
- the period between 2005-2009
- it wants you to snap out of recession mode
- spam
- harps, pianos, guitars, organs, babies, and broken voices
- calmness
- technology without perspective
- 7oi's good days and his bad days
- sitting on the rocky seashore, watching the sun come up

This album is the first album 7oi's hired the services of a CD manufacturer for the production. That means it’s not going to sell out soon. The album cover itself was designed by 7oi's wife, Jelena, and it’s absolutely lovely and not at all any less value than the home made covers.
7oi - Don’t Push The Rocks In My Face album
Shoegaze, IDM, Experimental, Folk
Performer: 7oi
Title: Don’t Push The Rocks In My Face
Category: Electronic / Rock / World, & Country
Released: 2009
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 881