"Pots & Pans" as written by and Harrison Haynes Seth Jabour....
There was a band called the Pots and Pans.
They made this noise that people couldn't stand
and when they toured all across the land,
the people said, "No, no, no!"
But the drummer said, "Yes, yes, yes, this tour is a test."

Has your skin grown thick from bands that make you sick?
Has your skin grown thick from a thousand stinging pricks?
Have you been made dense standing upon the fence?
Have you been made dense from polish and pretense?

Well, this is where it stops.
This is where it ends.
Let's tear this whole place down and build it up again.
This band's a beating heart and it's nowhere near its end.


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"Pots & Pans" as written by Harrison Haynes Andrew Reuland

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  • +1
    General CommentI take this as the statement on "indie rock" or underground music. All the unknown bands labeled "strange" or "weird" by people. The bands that open for the head liner that clear out the place before their set is over. It's a response to corporate rock and top 40 vomit. It's not always about "polish and pretense" but having fun and being different. The backbeat groups that keeps the music scene unique.

    I really like this song and things its a perfect opening song for the album.
    andrewisokon October 13, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Let's tear this whole place down and build it up again
    This band's a beating heart and it's nowhere near its end"


    Man, I love this band.
    boohskeyon October 07, 2008   Link
  • -1
    General Commentthey are they best band ever, boohskey
    overlyelectricalon October 20, 2008   Link

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