This one got left on the cutting room floor during the production of "No Comfort" (the LP with 'the Bastard Son' on it which always makes me think of Kit Harrington as Jon Snow riding a dragon) but the lyrics got a 2020-appropriate refix.
#Saxon saxoff: a fun Deep Purple cover. The title of this forthcoming Saxon album where they cover all their favorite songs has kinda old ppl vibes. like a social media post with some flowery background image behind a 9-font word salad #blessed Covid has changed us all; now we're going to be comically socially awkward. Together. #silverlining
thou has newer work releases than this new release; they seem to be hemorrhaging singles these days. The other one was a collaboration with a vocalist/producer but it seemed too folksy for this episode. We have to stay focused on aggression until noon. Here's Supernaut! \m/
I really can't overplay this song, ever since the first time I heard it. It makes me feel powerful but not in the metaphorical sense - more like "Electroman" Earnest from "Earnest Goes To Jail" with blue electricity arcs coming out of my hands. It's great.
this one's going out to #PCPulley smh I've been watching a TON of very depressing historical dramas about racism and Nazis while I should perhaps instead be reading "How to be Antiracist" or something more constructive than crying to 'The Piano'.