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How Much Teargas Does It Take Before You Start Seeing Red?

from Planned Obsolescence by Stöj Snak

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How Much Teargas Does It Take before You Start Seeing Red?

They’ve got their guns, they’ve got their shields
They’ve got their water cannons and their billy clubs
What do we got?
We’ve got these songs and we’ve got faith in the futures better days
Yeah, we’ve got faith in the future

We are sheep dressed for the day, we are running while they are keeping track
They set the scene and we obey; uphold the status quo to make sure the wheels are running
Our finest duty is to stand up and protest
How else will they know that things are fucked up where we are?

We own their guns, we own their shields
We own the billy clubs that are knocking on our skulls
What do they got? They’ve got no right
They are here for us and not the other way around
And we all own the future


from Planned Obsolescence, released March 13, 2012
Written, produced, recorded, painted and designed by Niels Höjgaard Sörensen
Mastered by Rasmus Glassau Clausen
5feetunder studio, 2012




Stöj Snak Aalborg, Denmark

Stöj Snak is a SCREAMER-SONGWRITER project from Aalborg, DENMARK.

Musically and creatively Stöj Snak is shaped by the punk scene. And though Stöj Snak is a step away from punk and the limitations of a traditional band, the political engagement, raw energy and anarchistic DIY approach is still very visible in the songwriting. ... more

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