"Red Team" as written by and Nowell Rhys Fulber Bill Leeb....
I am the next stage
I am the next stage
Are you able to follow the Red Team?
Are you able to follow the Red Team?

Death can take a thousand faces
They all look familiar to me
I live in a world of paradox
My willingness to destroy
Is your chance for improvement
My hate is your faith
My failure is your victory
A victory that won't last
A victory that won't last

Electronic jamming?

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    General CommentThis song is one of the most meaningless and obnoxious I've ever encountered. In my opinion, these lyrics are beyond the all-too-common formulaic angst-jams that are produced today. Hey, it may mean more to you; good for you.
    IEatSmallAnimalson June 22, 2002   Link
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    General Commenthell yes...

    team red reminds me of this ganagle of car racin boys in town...
    well let me tell you 2 weeks ago i made it to the red line in my car. i could be on team redline.
    Choo Choo Chewyon June 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIt's not meaningless. It's a ramble about finishing up dead. Be this person male or female, they're coming to terms with death (the next stage), which "looks familiar", and hence "improves" "you".
    Bobo192on June 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIf the airwaves are cluttered by angst-jams, it's because people love to copy 242. This song predates them all.

    It's a message from Satan, Death, Kali, Shiva the Destroyer, Loki, Ahriman, or whatever term you want to use for the embodiment of destruction. Nearly all religions contain a negative entity always working to kill people and thwart our plans.
    xodon March 15, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWell - just sounds like a description for Unreal Torurnament and the like..."Red Team", "next stage", "My failure is your victory - A victory that won't last", "electronic jamming"... ever thought of this possibility? Maybe this should turn out as a parable for some real life combat, but I don't dare to postulate.
    andrelloon February 04, 2007   Link

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