History Anvilicious / Music

17th Sep '16 4:52:39 AM 3rdStringPG
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* Model majority garage rockers Rehabilitation Cruise's two known songs, "I Don't Care What They Say" and "Miniskirts". Both appear in Rhino's ''Highs in the Mid-Sixties'' compilations and are over-the-top anvilicious in their promotion of traditional American values. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fkVOCBEOrE The former song]] condemns draft dodgers and anti-Vietnam War activists, with one chorus starting out with the lines "You're wrong! You're wrong!" in reference to those who see joining the military as unhip, and the outro featuring the singer reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFo07kNqf4I The latter song]], while less anvilicious, is also quite out of place in the '60s rock scene, as it chides teenage girls for [[HavingAGayOldTime showing too much skin]] when they wear the titular miniskirts.

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* Model majority garage rockers Rehabilitation Cruise's two known songs, "I Don't Care What They Say" and "Miniskirts". Both appear in Rhino's AIP's ''Highs in the Mid-Sixties'' compilations and are over-the-top anvilicious in their promotion of traditional American values. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fkVOCBEOrE The former song]] condemns draft dodgers and anti-Vietnam War activists, with one chorus starting out with the lines "You're wrong! You're wrong!" in reference to those who see joining the military as unhip, and the outro featuring the singer reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFo07kNqf4I The latter song]], while less anvilicious, is also quite out of place in the '60s rock scene, as it chides teenage girls for [[HavingAGayOldTime showing too much skin]] when they wear the titular miniskirts.
17th Sep '16 4:45:53 AM 3rdStringPG
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* Model majority garage rockers Rehabilitation Cruise's two known songs, "I Don't Care What They Say" and "Miniskirts". Both appear in Rhino's ''Highs in the Mid-Sixties'' '60s garage compilation and are over-the-top anvilicious in their promotion of traditional American values. The former song condemns draft dodgers and anti-Vietnam War activists, with one chorus starting out with the lines "You're wrong! You're wrong!" in reference to those who see joining the military as unhip, and the outro featuring the singer reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. The latter song, while less anvilicious, is also quite out of place in the '60s rock scene, as it chides teenage girls for [[HavingAGayOldTime showing too much skin]] when they wear the titular miniskirts.

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* Model majority garage rockers Rehabilitation Cruise's two known songs, "I Don't Care What They Say" and "Miniskirts". Both appear in Rhino's ''Highs in the Mid-Sixties'' '60s garage compilation compilations and are over-the-top anvilicious in their promotion of traditional American values. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fkVOCBEOrE The former song song]] condemns draft dodgers and anti-Vietnam War activists, with one chorus starting out with the lines "You're wrong! You're wrong!" in reference to those who see joining the military as unhip, and the outro featuring the singer reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFo07kNqf4I The latter song, song]], while less anvilicious, is also quite out of place in the '60s rock scene, as it chides teenage girls for [[HavingAGayOldTime showing too much skin]] when they wear the titular miniskirts.
17th Sep '16 4:43:45 AM 3rdStringPG
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* Model majority garage rockers Rehabilitation Cruise's two known songs, "I Don't Care What They Say" and "Miniskirts". Both appear in Rhino's ''Highs in the Mid-Sixties'' '60s garage compilation and are over-the-top anvilicious in their promotion of traditional American values. The former song condemns draft dodgers and anti-Vietnam War activists, with one chorus starting out with the lines "You're wrong! You're wrong!" in reference to those who see joining the military as unhip, and the outro featuring the singer reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. The latter song, while less anvilicious, is also quite out of place in the '60s rock scene, as it chides teenage girls for [[HavingAGayOldTime showing too much skin]] when they wear the titular miniskirts.
18th Jul '16 2:33:24 PM drone5
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* Compare the [[EarthShatteringPoster cover art]] of the ''[[http://cache.osta.ee/iv2/auctions/1_1_9301393.jpg Oxygene]]'' LP by Jean-Michel Jarre, and ''[[http://www.audioculture.co.nz/content/images/15057/hero_thumb_pii.jpg ''Pins In It]]'' by The Human Instinct. Such [[strike:unbearable]] unlikely imagery, independently developed by different artists.

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* Compare the [[EarthShatteringPoster cover art]] of the ''[[http://cache.osta.ee/iv2/auctions/1_1_9301393.jpg Oxygene]]'' LP by Jean-Michel Jarre, and ''[[http://www.audioculture.co.nz/content/images/15057/hero_thumb_pii.jpg ''Pins Pins In It]]'' by The Human Instinct. Such [[strike:unbearable]] unlikely imagery, independently developed by different artists.
18th Jul '16 1:59:12 PM drone5
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Compare the [[EarthShatteringPoster cover art]] of the ''[[http://cache.osta.ee/iv2/auctions/1_1_9301393.jpg Oxygene]]'' LP by Jean-Michel Jarre, and ''[[http://www.audioculture.co.nz/content/images/15057/hero_thumb_pii.jpg ''Pins In It]]'' by The Human Instinct. Such [[strike:unbearable]] unlikely imagery, independently developed by different artists.

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* Compare the [[EarthShatteringPoster cover art]] of the ''[[http://cache.osta.ee/iv2/auctions/1_1_9301393.jpg Oxygene]]'' LP by Jean-Michel Jarre, and ''[[http://www.audioculture.co.nz/content/images/15057/hero_thumb_pii.jpg ''Pins In It]]'' by The Human Instinct. Such [[strike:unbearable]] unlikely imagery, independently developed by different artists.
18th Jul '16 1:58:39 PM drone5
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Compare the [[EarthShatteringPoster cover art]] of the ''[[http://cache.osta.ee/iv2/auctions/1_1_9301393.jpg Oxygene]]'' LP by Jean-Michel Jarre, and ''[[http://www.audioculture.co.nz/content/images/15057/hero_thumb_pii.jpg ''Pins In It]]'' by The Human Instinct. Such [[strike:unbearable]] unlikely imagery, independently developed by different artists.
10th Jun '16 11:24:01 AM 3rdStringPG
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** The latter was motivated by Allen watching her brother wasting his life on drugs, which she then made even clearer with the song ''Alfie'' being explicitly about him. Don't worry, he got better.

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** The latter was motivated by Allen watching her brother wasting his life on drugs, which she then made even clearer with the song ''Alfie'' being explicitly about him. Don't worry, he got better. [[spoiler:And became known as the guy who lost his wang on ''Series/GameOfThrones''.]]
19th May '16 11:51:23 AM tmartin09
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*Music/BeastieBoys would have at least one or two songs full of anvils in their later albums. In Hello Nasty's "The Negotiation Limerick File" one line says "Don't let me begin about heroin livin' six feet deep ain't in the mood". And a good chunk of To the Five Boroughs is anti-Bush rapping, worst offender being "It Takes Time to Build". Some gems include "Ban SUVs strained out on OPEC" "The Kyoto Treaty he decided to neglect" "The Christian Coalition and the right wing, ooh!" "Environmental destruction and the national debt but still enough for that war chest".
28th Dec '15 4:31:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* The {{Skillet}} song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk0Sr0C3yYM Rise]] is about the horrors of war and terrorism and standing up to it. To hammer it home, the last 40 seconds forgo singing altogether and just drop anvils.

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* The {{Skillet}} Music/{{Skillet}} song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk0Sr0C3yYM Rise]] is about the horrors of war and terrorism and standing up to it. To hammer it home, the last 40 seconds forgo singing altogether and just drop anvils.
6th Dec '15 6:52:14 PM KoopaKid17
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* In a similar sense, the {{Glurge}}-ridden "Christmas Shoes" definitely qualifies, dropping an anvil about helping the poor so huge you won't know what hit you after the song ends.
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