"Supertheory of Supereverything" as written by Eliot Ferguson, Eugene Hutz, Oren Kaplan, Yuri Lemeshev, Sergey Ryabstev and Thomas Gobena....
First time I had read the Bible
It had stroke me as unwitty
I think it may started rumor
That the Lord ain't got no humor

Put me inside SSC
Let's test superstring theory
Oh yoi yoi accelerate the protons
stir it twice and then just add me, 'cause

I don't read the Bible
I don't trust disciple
Even if they're made of marble
Or Canal Street bling

From the maelstrom of the knowledge
Into the labyrinth of doubt
Frozed underground ocean
melting, nuking on my mind

Yes give me Everything Theory
Without Nazi uniformity
My brothers are protons
My sisters are neurons
Stir it twice, it's instant family!

I don't read the Bible
I don't trust disciple
Even if they're made of marble
Or Canal Street bling

My brothers are protons
My sisters are neurons
Stir it twice dlja prekrastnih dam

Do you have sex maniacs
Or schizophrenics
Or astrophysicists in your family
Was my grandma anti anti
Was my grandpa bounty bounty
Hek-o-hek-o-hej-o
They ask me in embassy!

'Cause I don't read the Bible
I don't trust disciple
Even if they're made of marble
Or Canal Street bling

And my grandma she was anti!
And my grandpa he was bounty!
And stir it twice
And then just add me!
Party party party party party party
now afterparty


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"Supertheory of Supereverything" as written by Eugene Hutz Eliot Ferguson

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    General CommentSee this band live! seeing this song live and the craziness of the crowd and the energy in this song was unbelievable.
    DevotchkAFaNon March 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is against all forms of ideology, which specifically includes religion but also politics. He is saying that there is something wrong with breaking up the world into rigid categories that separate people, as ideologies tend to do. Here we have a celebration of everything that defies or resists categorization. The line, "party, party, party, party, party, party, now afterparty!" is mocking the idea that political parties represent anything meaningful or close to the truth. As in the beginning--

    First time I had read the Bible
    It had stroke me as unwitty
    I think it may started rumor
    That the Lord ain't got no humor

    To him, religion is humorless, narrow, and like the blind followers of the party line, leads to a "Nazi uniformity" that is actually dangerous and potentially harmful.


    Do you have sex maniacs
    Or schizophreniacs
    Or the astrophysicists in your family?
    Was your grandma anti anti?
    Was my grandpa bounty bounty?
    They ask in embassy!

    This is the type of ludicrous questioning he or perhaps his ancestors may have been subjected to back in Russia, but also it could apply to the suspicion and coldness an immigrant feels directed towards him in a new country. The song mentions an embassy, but it could be anywhere.

    String theory is "super" because in his mind, it's anti-ideology: unpredictable, free, spontaneous, rule-bending, and revolutionary. Some people want to live inside an ideology, so he imagines living inside string theory ("Put me inside SSC..."), where all the exclusions and controls of daily life can disappear. But I think we can all relate to this desire for a split-free existence, where the part is not separate from the whole, and where the rules work differently or not as we assumed.
    thursdayfriday9on August 20, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThis is not just a party party song. Party party party guys don't read the Bible TWICE. Some fans are just clueless to the depth of this great band.

    First time I had read the Bible
    It had stroke me as unwitty
    I think it may started rumor
    That the Lord ain't got no humor

    He is talking about how at first glance the Bible seems harsh. Consider Supert Taranta were he is saying it was not so bad. In other words, once you understand the metaphors it is much more interesting and even at times humorous.

    Once you understand the metaphor it becomes clear how faith was used to manipulate followers. Moses wonders in a desert for 40 years and his people are starving and dying. It's a curse!

    Before that, Moses is told by a burning bush to lead the Israelites.

    You don't get what that means? You ain't got no humor.

    Put me inside SSC
    Let's test superstring theory
    Oh yoi yoi, accelerate the protons
    Stir it twice and then just add me, because

    I am not sure the lyric "SSC' is correct. But anyway, as mentioned he is discussing his desire to break down the walls.

    I don't read the Bible
    I don't trust disciple
    Even if they're made of marble
    Or Canal Street bling

    He does not trust the leaders or there sacred texts (books of philosophy or law). Whether they are made of marble (ancients) oir canal street bling (moderns). The last two lines can also represent careful attention or cheapness. This is also a reference to false idols.

    From the maelstrom of the knowledge
    Into the labyrinth of doubt
    Frozen underground ocean
    Melting, nuking on my mind

    Here he is talking about how consuming large amounts of information can make you a little delirious and create doubt.

    Give me Everything Theory
    Without Nazi uniformity
    My brothers are protons
    My sisters are neutrons
    I stir it twice, it's instant family!

    However, he is curious and wants to know everything. But many reigions/theorists/philosphers demand conformity.

    Male and female forces are at the center of life. Sex is the stir.

    Do you have sex maniacs
    Or schizophreniacs
    Or the astrophysicists in your family?

    In other words, these labels are silly. The traits they define are on a spectrum. They are not binary. The definitions used are overly vague like astrology readings. The divisions are silly and subejctive.

    Was your grandma anti anti?
    Was my grandpa bounty bounty?
    They ask in embassy!

    Was your grandma an anti communist. Was your grandpa an enemy of the state. Again, stupid labels.

    And my grandma she was anti!
    And my grandpa he was bounty!
    I stir it twice
    Or Canal Street bling
    Party, party, party, party, party, party
    Now afterparty!

    Of coures, they were. Now forget all that.... Let's have some sex, gold and party, party party!!! Now afterparty!!!
    rstringfieldon September 20, 2012   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"No, I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be SSC. It was a planned particle accelerator to be built in Texas. The SSC stands for Superconducting Super Collider."

    Which is why Eugene is also singing about protons and neurons.

    The SSC was also created in an attempt at "seeing" the Higgs Boson, the particle which is suppose to explain why matter has mass at all. The Higgs Boson is also known as the God Particle. Which is what this song is all about.
    Solarioon December 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI can't beleive no one else has commented on how incredible the lyrics are to this song.

    Basically how silly religion is.
    and that we should party
    party
    party
    party
    party
    party
    afterparty!
    FunnyPunkKidon August 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentbaha, i love listening to this album and going through favourite songs ... this is the new one. agreed, funnypunkkid, the lyrics are genius! i was disappointed, though, to see that it's "was your grandpa bounty, bounty" instead of "panty, panty" like i thought i heard. BOOM!
    yoshimi_09on August 19, 2007   Link
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    General Commentalso, i think instead of "SSC" it is "SSE" as in "Supertheory of SuperEverything" ... just sounds like the former
    yoshimi_09on September 06, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"also, i think instead of "SSC" it is "SSE" as in "Supertheory of SuperEverything""

    No, I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be SSC. It was a planned particle accelerator to be built in Texas. The SSC stands for Superconducting Super Collider.
    Niffuxon October 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis more just about the general BAND, but it's good to see punk isn't dead. Of course, this is a lot different than the Dead Kennedys, but it's amazing. And to think, there are shitty capitalistic clone bands that think they're punk!

    But this is a good example. Very anti-religion.
    Zaireekoidon January 31, 2008   Link
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    General CommentTo me it's not only about the absence of a omnipotent god and partying all the time. Eugene also mentions the way religion effects the progress of science. Especially in biology, the theory of evolution is constantly criticized (yes still) especially around here. Just look at Ben Steins new film. I think its titled "Expelled".
    TheBenBenon June 01, 2008   Link

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