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Front Line Assembly Lyrics

"Jesus...had days like this"
"Cyborgs - cybernetic organisms..."

"Machines with living human tissue and programmed to destroy"
The silence is deafening
Regression hangs in the air
A motionless world sits waiting
For new codes

A war of technology
Threatens to ignite
Digital murder
The language of machines

Mesmerised by a decade of faith
Flowers and remorse
A fading vision lost in time
Tragedy on course

Synthetic conspiracy
Masters of the human race
The mind now knows
New levels of fear

Implanted brain cells
Control is gone
We seem to believe
Truth is regression

The tension shows
The tension shows

"A quantum leap forward"
"Full OCP binary cyborg technology"
"State of the art destructive capabilities"
"Commanded by a unique combination of software and organic systems"
"Jesus...had days like this"

The target we seek
Slowly comes into sight
The countdown begins
For launch into hell

The tension begins

"State of the art destructive capabilities"

The kill is swift
It makes no sound
Aggression take its toll
Rhythm of violence
Cuts through the air
There's no more control
The sky turns brighter, a evil red
Missiles fly through the air
Shattered dreams
Shattered hopes
There's bodies everywhere

"State of the art destructive capabilities"

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Classic cyber 90s. this was when the internet was still a bit underground and William Gibson novels were telling the future and plenty of people didn't believe in the cyberspace future. 'Weird' people took this stuff seriously, played Doom and Quake, listened to industrial, talked about Baudrillard and hyperreality 5 or more years before the Matrix, and 5 or more years before Apple made a come back. Yes, I want a lollypop.

grey eminence

People still aren't taking the potential consequences seriously a.k.a. denial. On a more useful note, I suggest reading Norbert Weiner who academically dealt with Human-Machine interface and relations - Cybernetics. He lived from 1894 to 1964.

Trevor Gardner

That red pill tastes like an explosive jalapeño.

Sanjay Singh

@Ichinin If you did indeed read Neuromancer while listening to Tactical Neural Implant then you were in the zone, that's serious synergy.

Marcus Åkerman

I would say this was even before it was “underground “. I mean the first web browser came 2 years later.

Dario Amir

@Lawson Brysen definitely, have been using instaflixxer for years myself :)

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MasterHit Noizshturm

This epic song never getting old... Never ever. This is monument! 🎹👽😀

combigirl 1313

my god i feel old, loved this when it came out, still love it now

Valerie Bay


Rootch Laker

@LTD Edition Thank you...Will do.

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