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Atari Teenage Riot - "Re-arrange Your Synapses"

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Re-arrange Your Synapses

The internet....
Is it worth the creation of a black hole that sucks up our time, creativity and friendships?
Some believe the every day mobile device is as powerful as a nuclear hand grenade when it comes to starting a revolution!

Re-arrange your synapses

The ideologies behind that type of thinking aren’t exactly solid, my friend!
When the authorities catch up with us, and they will, not such a good idea to leave traces and expose your whole network at once.
Anonymous Teenage Riot
Atari Teenage Riot
Who is ever going to believe your story?

Re-arrange your synapses

The Nazis would have strangled Einstein in his crib if they had known.
Modern government decisions caused deaths of tens of thousands for profits
We’re about to live through dark times
Re-arrange you synapses

The survivors of the holocaust are soon gone.
But their voices still resonate when we look at the future of control technologies
The walk in the park will be a walk in the dark if we don’t act!
Spy on your neighbors, phone in a threat
Don’t question yourself, you’re a hero
Imagine attacks others might carry out
Look at what our society has become
Anyone can get tortured, anyone can disappear. Isn’t this terror?
Re-arrange your synapses

Capitalism – you’re a little fat man in a big expensive car hanging over a ravine here!

Re-arrange your synapses

“Re-arrange Your Synapses” is a new gabber punk classic. The 909 drum machine speeds up to a blurred fever pitch as Alec and Nic dive bomb verses painting a near future world of post net neutrality legislation where access to money and corporations control the public’s access to information on the internet.


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