Allow me to add 1 song, ethnick for you because the language is foreign in your ears (Hellenic - greek) but I will write down all the song lyrics, to
get an idea... It sounds like classic with buzuki, but... it is not.
And here are the lyrics
The video begin by saying " Ready? Go..."
"I watch on television anthropomorphic beings to articulate phrases, as if they are qualified even to speak.
I hear them talking and talking, but I am trying to figure what they say, but they speak in another language and I am trying to catch up.
They bother me, like mosquitoes bother me with disturbing sounds in my ears.
They want blood to nourish and they fed fear in my heart.
And when I walk in the streets, I stare them scared
And if they hit me in the shoulder, I look wondered.
Tell my GOD what happens,
aliens fall uppon us.
Because if these are earthlings
ah, I do not know what will happen ... "
at the end the artist says 1 word... " GET the f out" from planet earth apparently.
edit on 21-2-2014 by Ploutonas because: (no reason
4) A lot of the stuff that was posted in this thread was Progressive Rock (Prog Rock). Well Prog Rock became Progressive Metal and a lot of these
artists have carried on the UFOs, Aliens, Space themes. I posted some of them.
I agree that there is still a lot of new music coming out that is worthwhile, but it can be difficult to source given the narrow confines of the music
industry. And I was intrigued by the above comment as just today I was explaining to a pal how prog tends to get a metal edge when it tries to get
intense...but a notable exception is Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) in his album The Raven That Refused to Sing. So consider this pitch an end
run around a moribund industry.
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