Description : Distorted, heavy on the vocals, lots of swearing. The words are based on a satirical poem I wrote a few years back. It's restructured to fit into the song & be more sinister in feel. I used Vocal finalizer, Scheps 73 compressor, Electric Sunburst, Massive & both synthmaster 1 & SM/KV331. Did my best to D-s the vocal. A new mic is definitely on my short list.

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  1. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 9th May 2019 - 1 year ago

    Like Sisters of Mercy meets Type o negative. I love it!

    Reply by ClickbaitCabaret

    I know those two. Thanks for listening.

  2. Alien
    Alien on Thu 9th May 2019 - 1 year ago

    Love the intro, and defo front 242 for sure, they're from my neck of the woods. ;)
    This is called "electronic body music".

    Well done bro.


    Reply by ClickbaitCabaret

    Thank you. I'm working on a re-edit of it taking into account the criticism it receives. It's definitely a bit "monotone."

  3. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Tue 7th May 2019 - 1 year ago

    i think i already told you that your compositions were near the FRONT242 atmosphere. No doubts, you are excellent exploring the dark side! really good track :)


    Reply by ClickbaitCabaret

    Thank you for listening. I appreciate it.

  4. HenryPascal
    HenryPascal on Tue 7th May 2019 - 1 year ago

    Did you get any fines for having so much on the cops? ahahah
    In the beginning i red "tsunami of coRps" and i get scared about what the lyrics could talk about!

    Musically this could be the sequel of Goth Rock Girl, it has something in common with this. The song is quite short, but i think here needs some variations... in my ears sounds all the same all-the-track long. Try some variations in vocal coaching and in the instrumentals too.

    Reply by ClickbaitCabaret

    Yeah, it's pretty "monotone" like that. I'm going to record another version of it some time down the road. I tend to record short songs. I came of age on 70's era punk rock, so go figure.

  5. theHumps
    theHumps on Tue 7th May 2019 - 1 year ago

    As your description stated, your vox are distorted and expansive so it is your desired effect achieved. I think for a sense of chaos and an "in your face" effect it works at some level.

    I tend to think a little more like midisparks mentioned about the vox but really I think something like an amount of something is up to the creator of the track. If you were to "clean" it up it could go towards a Trent Reznor feel or even a DePeche Mode atmospheric thing. I get what your doing, a bit cinematic too!


    Reply by ClickbaitCabaret

    Thank you for your input

  6. midisparks
    midisparks on Tue 7th May 2019 - 1 year ago

    your vocal delivery is very effective. the track is very musical. you sustain the mood of foreboding from beginning to end and bring interesting variation along the way. i seek more clarity from all the voices that comprise this complex track. that might mean less compression, more attention to EQ, and differentiation between your sounds generally.

    Reply by ClickbaitCabaret

    Thank you for your feedback. I appreciate it.

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The cops are gonna fuck ya when they come around.
Wanna come off cocky get beaten down
Nothing but a loser laying on the ground
Gonna fuck your face up then you're gagged & bound
Cops are gonna fuck ya when they come around.
Gonna get ya playa they know where you're found
Mass incarceration America abounds
Wanna be a gangsta your ass is prison bound

Suck it up miss butter cup & smile through broken teeth
Gonna pin it on your ass so don't you even speak
Straight up frame up felony looking really weak
Way your wind is blowing your ass is up the creek

The cops are gonna fuck ya X2

Cops are gonna fuck ya when they come around
Beat you like a meat pound slam to the ground
Gonna fry your ass and turn your shit to sauce
Nothing but a BBQ hanging from a cross
THe cops are gonna fuck ya when they come around
Gonna clock & cuff Ya they control this town
just another loser they're gonna put away
Fucked up by the system happens every day


Cops are gonna fuck ya X2

The cops are gonna fuck ya when they coma around
Gonna lock you in a cage mad dog at the pound
Gang bang by the DA it's a matter of course
Send you up the river paid to enforce
Cops are gonna fuck ya when they come around
poppin caps in your ass six foot in the ground
Suicide by cop it's an option you should take
Guess you had it coming his trigger finger ached

The Cops are gonna fuck ya
cops are gonna fuck ya
The cops they're gonna fuck ya
straight up frame up fuck ya



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