This is the debut demo single from Whanganui band, Cool Meditation, first played on Reggae On Jah Awa on 9 Feb 2014, proud to support homegrown from the Home of Reggae in Aotearoa/New Zealand, keeping it nice n irie
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1. Drowning Pool – Bodies
This song has the lyrics “Let the bodies hit the floor” which represents the instant that someone is killed in battle. This is especially good for this story because the brother that was shot falls off of the roof onto the ground.
2. Green Day – 21 guns
This song talks about war and about how necessary it is or isn’t. It talks about the suffering and hurt people go through that are in the war.
3. Thirty Seconds to Mars – This is War
This song indicates the people who are involved in the war, whether they like it or not, from mothers to brothers to anyone closely related or befriended.
4. Asia – Heat of the Moment
This song helps describe the complete dis-concern on who you’re shooting at in the war, just that is someone is shooting at you, fire at will.
5. MC Hammer – Can’t touch this
This song represents the stealth and invincibility someone can have as they are in the war. Being shot, the man is able to respond quickly and effectively. (Kind of goes with song above)
6. Saliva – Click Click Boom
This song helps describe the action and the feeling someone has as they are active in the war; obviously being the sound/effect a gun has while it is shooting or an explosion.
7. The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army
The song describes the reason someone has with being in the war, and obviously because there is the word army in the title.
8. Trapt – Headstrong
This song helps describe the stubbornness someone has while they are in the war; with the sight of death at every turn.
9. Papa Roach – Last Resort
This song title describes a possibility that soldiers have on their hands. Every trip out to war could be the last resort, meaning that anything can happen, even your own brother shooting you.
10. 3 doors down – Kryptonite
This song helps describe weaknesses people have. Superman’s only weakness was kryptonite, and a soldier’s weakness is bullets, and explosions. The similarities obviously being that heroes have few weaknesses, but they are easy to come across.