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Revolting Cocks Lyrics


Wet/hate hands admitted
And...
Through dead nails
All splitting sand...

Underneath it's strychnine
Winds that change are never seen
Beasts that back to the wall and cry
Best of the hopeless never die
For gods' sake forget to speak
Miles of what you've got to eat...

Terminal, the playgroup says
Off to the side with an average
Blaming the dolls like heretics
Apostles or inebriates

Hold on tight
We're going to wake

Laugh to death
For pities sake

Framed for crimes that are never sold
Lies and secrets never been told
Look just like the two of us
Standing at the terminus

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
Written by: CHRISTOPHER CONNELLY, PAUL G. BARKER, ALLEN JOURGENSEN, WILLIAM RIEFFLIN, ROLAND BARKER, MICHAEL SCACCIA

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

D C

Besides the obvious, I think they're both relatively the same/different depending on which aspects you try to compare. Meaning... if you take RevCo's 'Viagra Culture' and compare it to 'Jesus Built My Hotrod' by Ministry, you'll see that Viagra Culture is a look in the mirror on acid about culture and much more, whereas Jesus Built My Hotrod has less sincerity to it and is more of a gimmick song. So through that light, you'll see vast differences; however, if you compare one of RevCo's songs, like Da Ya Think I'm Sexy to the same Ministry song, you'll see they're both quite the same in the sense of musically insincere.

At the cost of being redundant just to exercise my point, it all depends how you compare them to one another and what you measure with/against.

Moving past all that, I typically refrain from ever saying that (insert band name here) belongs to the (whatever genre), but Ministry and RevCo are two very different genres/sounds.

I think Ministry has a more brain dead guitar sound to it while RevCo has a more groovy/funkadelic rhythm.

There's more to be said but I'll stop here.



All comments from YouTube:

maxeypad

It's a REVCO world.

813lynch

The bass intro is solid.

user_error101

I had this state of the art walkman back in the 90s and I stuffed in my helmet and throttled back my Ninja ZX 7 and crashed around a dark corner! I survived but the bike flipped about a zillion times landing in some cow pasture

Delta Vox

why i can't find this on spotify?

rudkus1

my favorite song of all time! thanks for posting this. i tried to post it twice and got it removed both times!

eric bryant

this song was unbelievable first time doing 3 grams of shrooms first time ever actually friend proceeded to eat 1/8 I followed suit  didn't want to peak after or before lol

Brian BarrSinister

nothing in this world like Revco. Thanks for posting this Jam!

eric bryant

97' shroom come up

jungastein

Revco and Ministry basically same lineup. What's the difference? What differentiates Cocks from Ministry?

D C

Besides the obvious, I think they're both relatively the same/different depending on which aspects you try to compare. Meaning... if you take RevCo's 'Viagra Culture' and compare it to 'Jesus Built My Hotrod' by Ministry, you'll see that Viagra Culture is a look in the mirror on acid about culture and much more, whereas Jesus Built My Hotrod has less sincerity to it and is more of a gimmick song. So through that light, you'll see vast differences; however, if you compare one of RevCo's songs, like Da Ya Think I'm Sexy to the same Ministry song, you'll see they're both quite the same in the sense of musically insincere.

At the cost of being redundant just to exercise my point, it all depends how you compare them to one another and what you measure with/against.

Moving past all that, I typically refrain from ever saying that (insert band name here) belongs to the (whatever genre), but Ministry and RevCo are two very different genres/sounds.

I think Ministry has a more brain dead guitar sound to it while RevCo has a more groovy/funkadelic rhythm.

There's more to be said but I'll stop here.

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