Suckers step up, they want to cause friction


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    Why write this down if it's just a coffee bar song?

    hednirvanaon June 30, 2002   Link
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    because its a good song that should recieve some attention

    n3j1y1on July 09, 2002   Link
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    because 311 WROTE IT!!!!

    ate_16amon August 17, 2002   Link
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    does any one kno the piano notes for that song can you tell me them if you thanks if you can

    Spade9on September 04, 2002   Link
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    i beleive taborama.com has keyboard or something like that...ull hafta doubvle chjeck that...

    ate_16amon April 23, 2003   Link
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    there are lyrics for this song... theres a vocal sample of 'suckas step up, they want to cause friction'. in fact i think it's repeated about 10 times, you can't miss it unless you're deaf.

    and it's bad form to throw personal comments into the lyric box. if you want to say 'just awesome music' leave a comment.

    bengt12on November 08, 2004   Link
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    you've got the wrong song, the lyrics in your comment are from "Strangers", on 311's Transistor

    n3j1y1on November 14, 2004   Link
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    ohhh i c what youre saying, nevermind

    n3j1y1on November 14, 2004   Link
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    yeah, a sample from 'strangers'. i didn't mean to sound like a jerk with that last comment, i was pissed off about something else at the time.

    if you haven't checked it out yet, 311heaven.com has a new version of 'blizza', it sounds a little cleaner than the last one. it's under Audio --> B-Sides

    bengt12on November 15, 2004   Link
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    "Blizza" is a funky little instrumental keyboard jam from their Soundsystem demos. I love this song! No real lyrics here, but there is SA playing a sample from their previous album Transistor. Isn't it kind of funny that SA sampled from other people on Transistor and sampled from Transistor on Soundsystem? Hehe.

    SkaMasta097on November 29, 2004   Link

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