"Extreme Aggressions" as written by Roberto Fioretti, Juergen Reil, Trzebiatowski Joerg, and Miland Petrozza....
Extreme aggressions
From an extremely insane mind
Resting unconscious
Pushed up by white lines
Inhuman violence
I never thought it would come this far
Sadistic intentions
My greed for blood is growing more and more

Extreme aggressions
Seeing you suffer brings pleasure to me
Extreme aggressions
My aggressions became too extreme to be kept under control

Hallucinations
From the darkest part of my brain
I still can't believe it
Am I really insane
I heard your pleading
But no one hears the screams of this soul of mine

Extreme aggressions
Seeing you suffer brings pleasure to me
Extreme aggressions
My aggressions became too extreme to be kept under control

Society, what have you done to me
Society, bring you to your knees

Once before I die
Now that I have lost the will to live
Once before I die
I'll take revenge on those who've led me to

Extreme aggressions
My emotions, twisted by your lies
Extreme aggressions
Condemned my soul to hell for all time


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"Extreme Aggressions" as written by Miland Petrozza Juergen Reil

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    General CommentFirst of all, the name of the track is "Extreme Aggression". No 's' at the end.
    Second, there's two lines missing from the second verse, but I can't make out exactly what Mille is saying, nor can I find them on any other lyrics site. Also, the chorus changes slightly each time it is repeated.

    I think this whole album is one very relevant piece of music for the entire generation. It's funny that, even though I was barely born when it came out, a lot of the stuff Mille sings about actually bears meaning for today's young people as well. You can feel it.

    Anyway, this song is obviously about a tormented soul who has been driven to extreme aggression. He/she knows nothing other than violence, constantly thinking and fantasising about it. Inside, he is deeply troubled and questions his sanity. He understands that it was society that made him this way (brought him to his knees), and he realises that he is helpless to stop himself. He then wishes his own death, but vows to take his revenge on those who played with his emotions and turned him into what he is.

    What I can't understand is "Pushed up by white lines". Kinda sounds like cocaine, but I'm not sure.
    LaughingSkullon April 08, 2010   Link

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