9 thoughts on “ Euclid (Slave Song) ”

  1. Apr 24,  · From Ep: ''Revolt'' () Track 5 Lyrics We are the parasite of earth Liberty our curse At this rate we choose our fate Self-freed slaves or wear these Chai.
  2. Mar 19,  · Euclid (Slave Song) 5 Songs, 14 Minutes Released: Mar 19, ℗ Hopeless Records, Inc. Also Available in iTunes More By Hundredth See All. When Will We Surrender Free Resist - EP.
  3. The recordings of former slaves in Voices Remembering Slavery: Freed People Tell Their Stories took place between 19in nine states. Twenty-three interviewees discuss how they felt about slavery, slaveholders, coercion of slaves, their families, and freedom. Several individuals sing songs, many of which were learned during the time of their enslavement.
  4. [Chorus] Co-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh Co-oh, oh-oh Down in Coconut Bay [Verse 1] From the mountaintops down to the sunny streets Singing songs of love and swaying to the beat Raise a glass up high and toast the ones you meet Then.
  5. Better still is closer “Euclid (Slave Song)” which sees Hundredth inject more melody into proceedings while maintaining the intensity of that which has come before it, and it is perhaps the.
  6. Finally, proving that keeping it short and sweet packs the most punch for Hundredth is ‘Euclid (Slave Song)’ – a song that stands as one of the strongest on the album and will leave listeners eagerly anticipating part two – Resist. Conclusion.
  7. Euclid (Slave Song) Revolt. Hundredth. Mar 19, We are the parasite of earth Liberty, our curse At this rate we choose our fate Self-freed slaves or .
  8. Hundredth "Euclid (Slave Song)": We are the parasite of earth Liberty, our curse At this rate we choose our fate Self-freed slaves or.
  9. Euclid (Slave Song) Hundredth. Other Albums. Ultrarare RARE Free Let Go When Will We Surrender Idioteque Sleeping In Iridescent Leave Yourself Cauterize Whatever .

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