17.6.10

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Andaba con ganas de ponerle música a mi ipod pero sin escojerlas así que nomás seleccioné al azar algunas de las opciones que tenía. Ya después de oír qué es lo que había atrapado me topé con dos canciones que me latieron un buen una de esas sin saber quiénes eran nunca la había escuchado y que ya había comentado que por cierto una de esas no fue la que escuché, ¡santa confusión batman!


En fin, siguiendo el trayecto voy oyendo algo de Joy Division, sabía que eran ellos porque sonaban unas conocidas hasta que empezó una canción con buen intro y por supuesto que eran ellos, wow!! me encantó tanto que lo que quedaba de camino me la pasé escuchándola, la canción después supe se llama Warsaw, escuchenla y amenla!!


De hecho ese era su nombre como banda al principio ;-)


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A comienzos de 1978, para evitar la confusión con el grupo de punk de Londres Warsaw Pakt, Warsaw cambió su nombre a Joy Division. Este nombre, que contrasta con su verdadera traducción de "División Alegría", hace referencia al grupo de mujeres judías usadas como esclavas sexuales en los campos de concentración nazis, representadas en la novela de 1955 de Ka-Tzetnik 135633.


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"Warsaw" is a song by the band Joy Division. It was slated for release on the album Warsaw, which was originally scrapped by the band and not released until 1994. The song is available on a number of compilations including Substance. The song appears to be a lyrical biography of Rudolf Hess, a Nazi and Hitler confidante, who later became disillusioned with Hitler's rule and fled to Scotland to attempt to draw peace between the Axis and the Allies.


It starts with the lyrics "3 5 0 1 2 5 Go!" "350125" was Rudolf Hess's prisoner of war serial number when he was captured having flown to Eaglesham, Scotland during World War II. The first verse then describes Hess's involvement with Adolf Hitler in the Beer Hall Putsch and infatuation with the Nazi party. The second verse describes his disillusionment and estrangement from Hitler's inner circle. The last verse discusses his last days in prison after fleeing to Scotland to make peace for the Nazi party.


It is featured in the video game Tony Hawk's Underground 2.








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3,5,0,1,2,5, Go!

I was there in the back stage,
When the first light came around.
I grew up like a changeling,
To win the first time around.
I can see all the weakness.
I can pick all the faults.
Well I concede all the faith tests,
Just to stick in your throats.

31G, 31G, 31G

I hung around in your soundtrack,
To mirror all that you've done,
To find the right side of reason,
To kill the three lies for one,
I can see all the cold facts.
I can see through your eyes.
All this talk made no contact.
No matter how hard we tried.

31G, 31G, 31G

I can still hear the footsteps.
I can see only walls.
I slid into your man-traps,
With no hearing at all.
I just see contradiction,
Had to give up the fight,
Just to live in the past tense,
To make believe you were right.

31G, 31G, 31G

3, 5, 0, 1, 2, 5.









PS. Que rolón!!

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