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The Proliferation of Hybrids

by redzone

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Behaviour is not our saviour.
Plastic elastic mind has a new kind of obsession.
Confession, oppression. Confession, oppression.
Supple, balanced, the source bestows talents.
But urban myths demean, eroding self esteem.
Your dream killed before it is born.
Forlorn. Bedraggled. You haggled in vain.
No truth, no proof, no freedom, dont need em.
Few rights, shun the nights, flashing blue lights,
(you're in the) gun sights.
Tough times, state crimes, fate stark, future (very very) dark.
Closing net, the scene is set, theatre of war, encore encore.
Oily tongues explore the chill of the night air.
Their chatter interupted by platinum streaks.
Crossed by it's leather clad, silver pierced, fleshy counterparts.
Energy, embodied in a morbid allure.
A live performance from March the 8th 2014, 'The Proliferation of Hybrids' was transmitted from London, UK to the "on the inability of sharing space-time: a Festival" event in Cologne, Germany.


released May 22, 2014

made by redzone


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redzone London, UK

Redzone was a multi-genre/improvisational/experimental band from London, Founded by Ami Wilson and J M Gagen. Redzone ceased activity in March 2020.

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