Mount Modern - All sales during the Trump presidency will go towards ACLU and AI Justice.

by Dad Rocks!

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01:56
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(free) 03:46
There’s a cellphone tucked under your pillow It makes me junk-sleep And it doesn’t do a thing for growth hormones or dreams You hear a ringtone but it’s just an electronic bleat. It makes you junk-sleep And the phantom-phone rings on, until we fall asleep at dawn Was that a ghost-call or drunk-dial? I’ll build a big fat wall, I’ll build it 20 feet tall And when we awake it’s vampire-time, and I’ll know you for real And then late at night, when it’s drunk-dial time I’ll tell you how I feel Was that a ghost-call or drunk-dial? I’ll build a big fat wall, I’ll build it 20 feet tall The kids have found a weapon that will change the balance of power They download high-pitch ringtones, that adults can’t hear with their aging ears The kids have found a weapon, that adults can’t hear with their aging ears That adults can’t hear with their aging years I need a key to your tolerance-room where you keep all your books I assume
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I know it’s time to start our unemployment Let’s do a rhyme, and make it our funemployment You could start with a water-balloon fight between the kids and you Or a record label whatever fits you Start a band and sing Or you could apply at Burger King You can choose between basking in the glow from the screen TV Or sign up for blogging about birds and trees Start a charity Or you could apply at Burger King If the dirt on your notepad doesn’t end up in the stores by spring Write the words down in a song about sex and sing Start a family Or you could apply at Burger King
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04:28
I found a broken-winged cormorant that looked exactly like me after tour I know that I am changing And I’m not downaging anymore Between these mountains at the lakes I found a cure The next drive north everything seemed so unsure But my band still rocks! And I became a boy when I received my first Happy Meal toy And I noticed a pair of breasts and I did what I could I did my very own best To get this girl undressed but I sadly failed the test You let me know that you’re made of snow and that you will melt if you are held You'd melt into the lake and each day I’d have a taste
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(free) 01:48
Uploads on Youtube by kids in school They are more creative, they have the tools They are not afraid, they don’t give a fuck about Major label rules and the monetary drool that floats out of these major fools
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Nourishing nests of tiger-moms and helicopter-dads Put chicks to rest with naked palms and throw ‘em to the rats From helicopter platforms Killer litter and fumes from the city fill ethic committees with watery eyes and faces all gritty Call me a quitter This battle is lost to the new-borns in foster homes Raised on low costs on logins for Twitter Heavy hitters and pro-eco acts are discouraged by taxes who rely on facts that foxes aren’t bitter Call me a quitter This battle is lost to the new-borns in foster homes Raised on low costs and logins for Twitter A vanishing past for a battle-fox and all that he has Diminishing faster that food supplies and effort against theft Followed by laughter Killer litter and fumes from the city fill ethic committees with watery eyes and faces all gritty Call me a quitter This battle is lost to the new-borns in foster homes Raised on low costs on logins for Twitter Heavy hitters and pro-eco acts are discouraged by taxes who rely on facts that foxes aren’t bitter Call me a quitter This battle is lost to the new-borns in foster homes Raised on low costs and logins for Twitter
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03:42
The hairs on my hands seem to fade a little My eyes seem more and more timid to sunlight I guess it’s 'cause the sun and trees are non-commital But both seem to be putting up a fight Against me I need to raise produce and lifestock for just a week and live without camera-girls and blockbuster movie themes It’s time to disconnect electric supplies and stop the raping of beehives How many of us will survive when stings have made our throats way too dry to reply I need to raise produce and lifestock for just a week and live without camera-girls and blockbuster movie themes
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03:46
What we built was a vertical farm Designed by architects with good intentions 'Cause we multiply on diminishing land Regarding science they will give us a hand We’ll build vertical farms With our vertical arms We’ll build vertical farms With our 5-foot arms
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02:46
A slap in the face with all this human waste That’s unavoidable in times of progress Security fears of all the ships at piers Filled with people in need for a rest And they watch the military fly-overs And talk about traveling light There’s a global spread of wasted lives Which we’ll later take care of with knives
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03:55
Soundtracks with strings and endless reverb-rings rest on the ears of the youngest siblings One coloured girl that seems like the real thing Is drawn by someone ultimately right-winged The nagging for movies and targeted ads Result in a dollar-value without brake-pads Do girls get their minds fucked by cultural brats Does it affect their moms patterns, does it affect their dads Their words are swords to the throats of massive relentless herds Written by grown nerds with the exact right key-words If everything works and the message is clearly heard Younger girls will help raise stock-prices at least by two-thirds
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(free) 03:37
Boys with their pants and their holes They don’t know they’re getting old They just think and they say That old people are in the way And then you’re covered in shit And you don’t think that you are fit To be raising a kid That gets to suck on all the tits

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Mount Modern - All sales during the Trump presidency will go towards ACLU and AI Justice.

This album is the debut-album of Dad Rocks! It's called Mount Modern. It's released on Big Scary Monsters Records, Paper Garden Records, Father Figure Records and Kimi Records on November 8th, 2011. A big thank you to everyone who has been involved!

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released November 8, 2011

Recorded by Kenn Hedegaard Eskildsen. Produced by Dad Rocks! and Kenn Hedegaard Eskildsen. Mixed by Addi800. Mastered by Tom Mcfall.

Performers:
Snævar Njáll Albertsson
Charles Spearin
Lasse Dahl Christensen
Peter Skibsted
Asger Christensen
Iris Marie Jakobsen
Mads Uldall-Jessen
Thomas Rye Simonsen
Kenn Hedegaard Eskildsen
Nikolaj Skjold

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