Don't you want to know the truth about dishonorable discharge?
For that special one-gun salute to the fellow N.R.A. holes.

Yada yada yada yada
Plaster every sore.

A question for you my self proclaimed profits, are you angry?
Now you can go from cocaine onto Rogaine in 2.5 seconds.
So become your very own post-civilized, flawless, best friend.

Microprocessor, microprocessor upon microprocessor upon microprocessor.

Dear fools and barbarians why don't you ask yourself if you can still recall the Alamo.
In this botched blitzkrieg of drive-through culture and sweaty cadaver driven vessels.

So call it a lifestyle, but it's really a filthy fucking traffic jam in.
And you won't say shit even if your mouth is full of it.
Even if your mouth is full of it.

Is this fun yet?
Hold those horses, and jump up that ass.
Slobber slobber and climb up that spine.

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Armless and Overactive/Invented Organs song meanings
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    General CommentThis song just makes me smile
    tyboisfunon June 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOh man, from 5:56 to the end of the track are my favorite 16 seconds of music the Locust have ever recorded. I think they have so much more talent than almost any other group, math or otherwise. I don't know how much time they actually spend on this, but the individual riffs and all the minute sounds and precise timing are pulled off so perfectly. I honestly think if they dumbed the stuff from "Plague Soundscapes" onward down and repeated and slowed down some of their best riffs a lot more they could be (relatively) big.
    Not that I'd ever want them to do that, I think knowing when to let a piece get off the stage allows you to tolerate a song for many more listens, gives you stuff to discover as you do listen to it more, and just makes for denser, BETTER music overall.
    sarsXdaveon January 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOne of the most cerebrally dissecting pieces of music I've ever experienced, these fuckers are on another level. Plague Soundscapes proved they weren't fucking around, Safety Second just show they're after fucking blood.
    SaviorSalvation213on March 17, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"...they went from cocaine to Rogaine. And you know something? They're still counting grams, only now it's fat grams." - George Carlin

    Everyone loves baby boomers.
    PianoIslandArsoniston May 04, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwow, it anybody can quote bill hicks in music and think their cool, tool can do it and be cool.

    but u know a band that quotes george carlin [and is able to pull it off] is fucking amazing.
    deadcow666on August 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSuch an amazing song.
    Beatseton November 10, 2008   Link

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