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Prisoner of Society" is a song by The Living End. The song was originally released in Australia on the 1997 EP "Second Solution/Prisoner of Society". It was later released as a single, separate from "Second Solution", in the United Kingdom in 1998. The Living End had achieved mainstream success with the release of their third EP, Second Solution, Prisoner of Society in September 1997.
The Living End (The Living End album). The Living End is the debut studio album by Australian punk, rockabilly band The Living End, which was released on 12 October 1998. It was recorded at Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne with Lindsay Gravina producing for Modular Recordings. The cover art, as described by front man Chris Cheney, is based on a photograph of a World War I all-female bomb factory
Lyrics to "Prisoner Of Society" song by The Living End: (one, two) (one, two) Well we don't need no one to tell us what to do Oh yes we're on our own An. .And if you count to 3 (one, two, three) You'll see it's no emergency You'll see I'm not the enemy Just a Prisoner of Society. Well we don't need no one to tell us what to do Oh yes we're on our own And theres nothing you can do So we don't need no one like you To tell us what to do. Cos I'm a brat And I know everything And I talk back Cos I'm not listening To anything you say.
More songs from 1997. Lyrics to Prisoner Of Society.
Punk-Rock The Living End. Lista de Bandas Punk-Rock The Living End Second Solution - Prisoner of Society. adicionar as letras do álbum. adicionar uma crítica. 2. Prisoner of Society. 3. Prisoner on the Inside. 4. Misspent Youth (Live).
1. Prisoner Of Society (Album Version). Prisoner Of Society (Video). 2 & 3 are listed as non album tracks.
Particularly on Prisoner of Society, the band is deceptively musical. Behind the near-nonsense lyrics and anti-establishment rage is a respect for their influences (particularly the Clash and Stray Cats) and the joys of playing an instrument. The song didn’t talk down to the young, angry kids who were throwing themselves around in front of the stage, losing their Vans and Etnies. The past is in your head, THE FUTURE'S IN OUR HANDS! In 2011 Cheney told Triple J he was proud of the Living End as a first album but would be ashamed if he wrote it now. It has the youthful naivety and enthusiasm that I think you can only have on a first record. You can only get away with that roughness and looseness and over-the-top energy on your first record. The energy on that record overpowers the songs in a way, but that's what we were all about at that point.
The Living End song lyrics for album The Living End. Tracks: Prisoner of Society, Growing up (Falling Down), Second Solution, West End Riot, Bloody Mary, Monday, All Torn Down, Save the Day, Trapped, Have They Forgotten, Fly Away, I Want a Day, Strange, Closing I. The Living End – 1998. Here it comes again Don't let it pass you by like the city bound train You know it's up to us To lead the way and march toward victory Standin' on the right side, who knows what's right? Don't look now, seems like we're TRAPPED somehow I'm not sure if we'll ever make it out of here alive Don't look now, seems like we're TRAPPED somehow Time is almost up, but the war has just begun.
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