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Genres: Classic Rock, Rock & Roll, Rock

License: FeedForward Collaboration License
An oldy-- where I come from...!

Lyrics:
Zombie children stare into the empty screen
Drunken father walks through the door
Burnt out father sits and dreams
Children got a beating last night, still they beg for more

Nuclear Holocaust
Trust is gone, faith is lost
2.3 9 to 5
If they didn't consume, they wouldn't be alive

President's on the 20'' box
ABC, CBS, NBC Fox
Tells us "We have dropped a bomb",
Tells us "Do not be alarmed"

...

Cocal-Cola, Motorolla
Debate on free-will and fate
You say "They do no harm",
You say "Don't be alarmed!"
You are too late, for the...

Nuclear Holocaust
Trust is gone, faith is lost
2.3 9 to 5
If they didn't consume, they wouldn't be alive

Dusk is here
And all are dying
-Given into fear without trying
How can I sympathize?
They did nought to postpone it...
They should have realized...
They should have known it was a

Nuclear Holocaust
Trust is gone, faith is lost
2.3 9 to 5
If they didn't consume, they wouldn't be alive

Dusk is here
And all are dying
-Given into fear without trying
How can I sympathize?
They did nought to postpone it...
They should have realized...
They should have known it was a

2.3 9 to 5
If they didn't consume, they wouldn't be alive

2.3 9 to 5
If they didn't consume, they wouldn't be alive

MP3: 128.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 3.07 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 3:21
Date uploaded: Nov 20, 2010, 21:07 EST Show more info
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Leah gave feedback to The Middlemen for “Nuclear Holocaust”:
i like it! it's fun, but the lyrics are serious. it's cool. very...Jim morrison-esk. ;)
 Nov 27, 2010, 16:54 EST
The Middlemen 
Nice! Thank you! I was inspired by Mr. Mojo Risin!!!
flag (Mar 28, 2013, 11:12 EDT)


KiND gave feedback to The Middlemen for “Nuclear Holocaust”:
Really dig the vocals, sounds very clear. Well put together :) Reminds me of Sublime! Keep up the good work my friend!
 Mar 07, 2013, 22:46 EST
The Middlemen 
Thanks man! Means a lot, and I think they are all free downloads! My first song, ever wrote it in 1997, so the same era as sublime! You might also like this song from a more recent band of mine: http://www.feed-forward.net/w.1024_Like_Dogs_&theater
(also free to download, and available for remix!!!!!!!)
Thanks again
flag (Mar 08, 2013, 07:36 EST)


Bojko gave feedback to The Middlemen for “Nuclear Holocaust”:
another great one! when you scream around 2:30 it almost sounds like harmonica or a saxophone wailing Reminds me of Sublime and california 90's punk kinda Great Job all you guys
this one is gonna be stuck in my head!
 Aug 02, 2012, 07:33 EDT
The Middlemen 
Great! Thank you. The track could use some live drums though, I think. This was with a keyboard, and the bassline is a little bit light for my taste, but one day we hope to get the perfect take for this one! Glad you liked the vocals. Enjoy :)
flag (Aug 02, 2012, 23:48 EDT)


I like it...pure rock.
 Feb 25, 2012, 06:15 EST
The Middlemen 
Thanks! Glad you do :D
flag (Feb 25, 2012, 07:59 EST)
Raum 
My thoughts exactly.
flag (May 26, 2012, 00:28 EDT)
The Middlemen 
Hoping to get a better bass-line on it some day -- and live drums!! But thanks to all.
flag (May 30, 2012, 09:18 EDT)


Raum gave feedback to The Middlemen for “Nuclear Holocaust”:
Always love a good bluesy song. Especially one with a flow such as yours.

Very nice, The Middlemen
 May 26, 2012, 00:27 EDT


Mirra Marla gave feedback to The Middlemen for “Nuclear Holocaust”:
Wauw, not what I expected. Very cool groove, very straight forward, I like it.
 Apr 23, 2012, 17:30 EDT
The Middlemen 
Thanks, Isak! This is one of our more demo-ish tracks. Here is our whole EP, many of the tracks are a little more polished, for better or worse: http://www.feed-forward.net/a.11_Turn_It_Up_and_Change_the_Channel Thanks again, and the album is free to download :D
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J. Wager gave feedback to The Middlemen for “Nuclear Holocaust”:
Oooh nice and raunchy. I like the tension brought on by the persisting two chords .funny I just uploaded a song about the same issue.
 Mar 19, 2012, 19:36 EDT
The Middlemen 
Cool. Thanks. What's it called? I'll have to check it out. I wish we had a better version of this with the whole band!!
flag (Mar 19, 2012, 20:56 EDT)
J. Wager 
It's the first one "Shady Elm"
flag (Mar 22, 2012, 18:12 EDT)


JZC gave feedback to The Middlemen for “Nuclear Holocaust”:
very catchy tune! nuclear holocaust is a very sad concept.
 Jan 21, 2012, 06:50 EST
The Middlemen 
Sad, but catchy!!!
flag (Jan 21, 2012, 09:01 EST)


Megatherian gave feedback to The Middlemen for “Nuclear Holocaust”:
This is a cool song that is easy to move to. There isn't a lot to suggest that is out of the bounds of fixing up some recording problems. I know how expensive that can be, so it's not really an issue that is likely to get fixed overnight. Haha. Just think of it from the listener's perspective, they'll likely never know how good you sound if the recording isn't 10,000X better than anything that we musicians can afford. Keep up the good work though, like I said, this is a good song.
-Alex
 Dec 12, 2011, 17:21 EST
The Middlemen 
Thanks, Megatherian. That's a huge compliment, especially considering that this is what I consider to be a pretty crappy (but fun) recordings, as you said. This was the first song I ever wrote, in Middle School, about 15 years ago now!!! Still looking for a killer recording of this one, at least for fun. I think you'll actually like this one better, as it's pretty well produced, IMO, and having listened to a number of your tunes, possibly up your alley:
http://www.feed-forward.net/w.1003_Starstruck_&market

All are tunes are free, and thanks again!
flag (Dec 12, 2011, 18:12 EST)