Modern Industry

- Fishbone
Released: 1996 Genres: Rock
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Lyric "Modern Industry"

Turn it on, man...

WBRU, KABE, WFLY, Cool 92
KAX, KOKE, KRO
WAMX, yes, wow !

KJZ ! The... KUSF, check 94, KFRC
A-A-A-A...

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These are the voices of modern industry
They speak the words that bring you together
These are the sounds gears grinding
These are the round levers
These are the sounds behind the machines
These are the voices of modern industry
These are the voices
These are the voices

K-ROCK, K-VETTE, K-VOL, K-ZAP, K-SOUL, K-SHAFF
Disappear !
WIMI

394... JACE
397... WEWE
KCOC, Star 96
The Cube...

These are the voices of modern industry
They spell the power that fuels the factory
These are belts and the bolts of the mix
And screws in the threads of the airtime
This is the sound behind the machine
These are the voices
These are the voices
These are the voices

This is an emergency broadcast
This is only a test...
This is only a test...
This is only a test...

These are the voices of modern industry
This is the music that brings us together
These are the buttons that start the emotion
Continue the motion, the motion, the motion...
This is the music behind the machine
These are the voices of modern industry
These are the voices
These are the voices...

WBAS, WOWW, hah, WAX, WDUD
KSIN, we rebuke you...
KUSA, hallelujah
KILD, that means "kill"
Hey man, we have faith in you...
Hey, can you believe it
Do we have listeners out there
105... 195

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Fishbone

Fishbone

Fishbone is an American rock band formed in 1979 in Los Angeles, California, which plays a fusion of ska, punk rock, funk, hard rock and soul. Critics have noted of the band: "Fishbone was one of the most distinctive and eclectic alternative rock bands of the late '80s. With their hyperactive, self-conscious diversity, goofy sense of humor, and sharp social commentary, the group gained a sizable cult following during the late '80s, yet they were never able to earn a mainstream audience.