Amnesial | Playing With Politics

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Playing With Politics

by Amnesial

An album where the track titles are the content and not the music. All tracks are silent.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 69-69-69-69-69-69-69-69-69-69
0:01 album only
2. A Tankian Is Better Than a Kardashian
0:01 album only
3. Only God Can Judge Me
0:01 album only
4. Stop the Hypocrisy!
0:01 album only
5. Mo Th Er Fu Ck Er
0:01 album only
6. Extremist Atheist, Humble Muslim
0:01 album only
7. Green Peace of My Ass
0:01 album only
8. Where Is My Game Boy?!!
0:01 album only
9. Vanilla Starfish
0:01 album only
10. Smoking Weed With Your Pussy
0:01 album only
11. Sex Toy (Part 1)
0:01 album only
12. I Want Jennifer Lawrence for Christmas!
0:01 album only
13. United States of Democrats?
0:01 album only
14. Sex Toy (Part 2)
0:01 album only
15. I Want Kate Upton for Hannukah!
0:01 album only
16. Sex Toy (Part 3)
0:01 album only
17. A Taankian Is Better Than a Kardashian (Reprise)
0:01 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Amnesial is a band that, uses silent tracks with controversial track names to make their albums inside out in content. The silent track idea originally came from the musician Vulfpeck, whereas Amnesial adapted the idea of Marilyn Manson-level controversy for track names. If you don't like this album, don't buy it.

Think of Playing With Politics as a silent-track version of Pink Floyd's The Wall, only more like Marilyn Manson in controversy. It tells the story of politics and current events from the time of the conception of this album. Politics, religion, sex, celebrities, and drugs are in that story, and that story is reality, which means that no matter what improvements we make of this country, and maybe this world, those things will never escape us. And the fact that the track names are the content and not the blank tracks they name tells you that there is nothing to enjoy in this world, unless you think outside the box.

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