WELCOME to lower eastside media productions
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Thank you for watching our channel! We are humbled and grateful!
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We do not monetize our videos. We cannot put a price tag on our art! Our number one goal at lower east side media productions is creating a video that people will enjoy. In addition to showcasing new and up & coming young artists giving them exposure and encouragement!
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Peace Always
The staff at lower east side media productions

WELCOME to lower east side media productions
Thank you for watching our channel! We are humbled and grateful!
Your number one choice for quality entertainment!
We do not monetize our videos. We cannot put a price tag on our art! Our number one goal at lower east side media productions is creating a video that people will enjoy. In addition to showcasing new and up & coming young artists giving them exposure and encouragement!
March 2, 2014 172,042 views 157 subscribers
July 23, 2014 411,922 views 471 subscribers THANK YOU
WE ARE HUMBLED! Peace & Love lower east side media productions
__________________________________________
Comments Policy: If you have something nice to say we welcome your comments. On the other hand if you don’t have anything nice to say just don’t comment. If you insist on leaving derogatory comments then we will track you down and cut your head off with a dull knife! (Joking)
Peace Always
The staff at lower east side media productions

Thank You #2 for the Memories !
In a Baseball era stained by steroid use ,inflated statistics one player stands above it all. Captain of the storied New York Yankees never one to hesitate throwing himself into the stands to catch a foul ball. A player that accepts only winning , a player who’s philosophy is the team comes first not individual records. That player is Derek Jeter whose name one day will be in Monument Park along with Gehrig , Ruth , DiMaggio , Mantle and past Yankee Icons. After 20 years in Major League Baseball Jeter is hanging up his spikes whether you like the Yankees or not #2 has always come through during the Playoffs , World Series games. To me that epitomes a winner ! #2 we salute you and thank you for the memories !
Philanthropy
Jeter created the Turn 2 Foundation, a charitable organization, in 1996. It was established to help children and teenagers avoid drug and alcohol addiction, and to reward those who show high academic achievement. Jeter received an honorary doctorate from Siena College honoring him for his foundation’s work.
Jeter also serves as an ambassador for Weplay, a website designed to encourage children to get involved in sports.
Career Highlights
14× All-Star (1998—2002, 2004, 2006—2012, 2014)
5× World Series champion (1996, 1998—2000, 2009)
World Series MVP (2000)
AL Rookie of the Year (1996)
2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2006, 2009)
5× Silver Slugger Award (2006—2009, 2012)
5× Gold Glove Award (2004—2006, 2009, 2010)
Roberto Clemente Award (2009)
Member of the 3000 Home Run Club
New York Yankees captain (2003—present)

This group is from the U.K they give a stunning performance rocking a Temptations cover. Lynne brings it , she delivers , great musicians in this very talented band !
Saint Jude is a London-based rock and soul band fronted by vocalist Lynne Jackaman.
They released their debut Diary of a Soul Fiend record in September, 2010, which was produced by erstwhile Rolling Stones producer Chris Kimsey. In January, 2010 they were joined on stage by Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood at London’s 100 Club.
On 11 December 2011, they were named Classic Rock magazine’s “Gig of the Week.” They played Germany’s legendary Rockpalast venue (which was later broadcast on WDR), Rhythm Festival, Off The Tracks Festival, Cornbury Festival, High Voltage Festival, the UK leg of Sonisphere Festival, and completed a mini tour of the UK in December, finishing with a headline slot at London’s Scala venue.They were also nominated Best New Band at the 2011 Classic Rock Roll Of Honour.
In 2012 Saint Jude began writing for their follow-up to 2010’s Diary of a Soul Fiend.On 8 November 2012; they announced a PledgeMusic campaign for an upcoming EP, to be released in February 2013, entitled Ladies & Gents.
Current Line up
Lynne Jackaman - vocals (founding member)
Lee Cook - drums (founding member)
Marcus Bonfanti - guitar
Matt Gest - keyboards
Scott Wiber — bass

http://www.saintjudemusic.com/

This group is from the U.K they give a stunning performance rocking a Temptations cover. Lynne brings it , she delivers , great musicians in this very talented band !
Saint Jude is a London-based rock and soul band fronted by vocalist Lynne Jackaman.
They released their debut Diary of a Soul Fiend record in September, 2010, which was produced by erstwhile Rolling Stones producer Chris Kimsey. In January, 2010 they were joined on stage by Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood at London’s 100 Club.
On 11 December 2011, they were named Classic Rock magazine’s “Gig of the Week.” They played Germany’s legendary Rockpalast venue (which was later broadcast on WDR), Rhythm Festival, Off The Tracks Festival, Cornbury Festival, High Voltage Festival, the UK leg of Sonisphere Festival, and completed a mini tour of the UK in December, finishing with a headline slot at London’s Scala venue.They were also nominated Best New Band at the 2011 Classic Rock Roll Of Honour.
In 2012 Saint Jude began writing for their follow-up to 2010’s Diary of a Soul Fiend.On 8 November 2012; they announced a PledgeMusic campaign for an upcoming EP, to be released in February 2013, entitled Ladies & Gents.
Current Line up
Lynne Jackaman - vocals (founding member)
Lee Cook - drums (founding member)
Marcus Bonfanti - guitar
Matt Gest - keyboards
Scott Wiber — bass

http://www.saintjudemusic.com/

lower east side media productions New Artist Showcase
She is a 15 year old melodic genius, phrasing, vibrato, virtuosity. The way Tina makes her guitar scream, cry, moan and sing ! Stretching and bending the strings as she pays Tribute to Gary Moore.
I can hear hints of Gary Moore, Santana, and Michael Schenker all mixed together in this fantastic guitar solo.
Elle est âgée de 15 ans génie mélodique, le phrasé, le vibrato, la virtuosité. La façon Tina fait son cri de guitare, pleurer, gémir et chanter! Étirement et de flexion des chaînes comme elle rend hommage à Gary Moore.
  Je peux entendre des notes de Gary Moore, Santana et Michael Schenker tous ensemble mélangé dans ce fantastique solo de guitare.


EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
One can only be impressed by her level of virtuosity. At 15, her technical level is pretty amazing. We will hear more from her in the future no doubt !.
With a teacher like Renaud Louis -Servais she will continue to progress in her guitar playing.
Q: Hi Tina, what was your first guitar?
Tina: My first guitar was a classical guitar with which I started the academy of classical music at the age of 6 years. It was an Alvaro.
Q: What are your influences?
Tina: I do not really have any influence. There are of course groups and guitarists that I like such as Van Halen or Slash.
Q: What is your training?
Tina: I started with a standard curriculum by enrolling at the age of 6 years old at the conservatory of classical music. At the age of 13, I decided to turn to a more Rock & Roll style when I started to play on the electric guitar.
Q : What has so far been the most memorable of your early career stages?
Tina: It is a mistake to talk about career for me. I had a classical education, then through this training I could easily start on electric guitar, but I have not yet had the opportunity to live with particular highlights. Of course, the making of a buzz on the Internet with the Van Halen solo and the follow-up of the buzz with my second video is very impressive. But for me, I have not yet started my career as a guitarist.
Q: How is the teaching with Renaud Louis -Servais ?
Tina: He is a very nice teacher, very professional but he happens to combine work and fun. He is very rigorous, asking me to give the best of myself, and this is beneficial because it is thanks to him that I began working on pieces of a more adequate level for my age. It is a real pleasure and a chance to have him as a teacher.
Q: Given your present level is your work more focused on the musicality and vocabulary rather than pure technique?
Tina: I would say that my work is divided into several phases. Until now, we worked particularly on the technique to improve my playing. At the moment, we work a lot on musicality to remember that one must first understand what we play to feel something.
Q: Any news from Wolfgang Van Halen , who said in a tweet that he wanted to meet with you ?
Tina: Not at the moment.
Q: After Eruption and your version of the interpretation of Vivaldi à la Patrick Rondat, Comfortably Numb any other pieces you are working on?
Tina: I prefer not to talk about upcoming songs just for me not to avoid unnecessary pressure. I prefer to keep the surprise until the last moment.
Q: How does one manage to become a YouTube star with millions of views?
Tina: The environment is very important. It is necessary to have a solid foundation and the base is represented by family and friends. Do not get a big head, remain down to earth, and especially try not to get unnecessary pressure, continue to have fun and not think about getting millions of views, but just to play for my own pleasure.
Q: Do you feel invested with a special mission because you’re a girl and you are in a very male dominated environment?
Tina: Not particularly. It is true but it’s good to succeed in a world where it is dominated by men. It is important to show that a girl can play as well as a man.
Q: What is your favorite guitar?
Tina: My favorite guitar is the Vigier which you can see on my videos.
Q: How is the collaboration with Vigier?
Tina: There are no special collaboration. However, I was invited by Patrice Vigier to visit his factory. It was a great honor to meet him but there is currently no collaboration with Vigier as with any other brand of guitar.
Q: Do you have any plans to play in a group?
Tina: At the moment no. I focus on my personal work in order to have the fullest possible. Of course, I do not put aside the possibility of being part of a group in the future, but this is not the case at the moment.
Q: What are your next projects?
Tina: As I said earlier, I do not like to talk about things to come. This puts particular pressure on me, and I prefer to keep them for myself to play without expectations.
Thank you for your time and good luck for the future!
Peace & Love

This track was recorded during the Sticky Fingers sessions. It has never been released before to the general public. Exclusive premiere from lower east side media productions !
Recorded at Olympic studios in London, in October of 1970. The song was never released.
Lead Guitar & Solos:The fabulous Mick Taylor Vocal: Mick Jagger Keyboards: Nicky Hopkins Drums: Charlie Watts Bass: Bill Wyman / Keith Richards M.I.A or passed out somewhere !

Travellin’ Man
(Jagger/Richards)

Yeah yeah
I heard the crunch of the gravel
Yeah he got to be a hobo man
And I’m walkin down the road like a bulldog slip now
Yeah I bet you good time and a bulldog dog, well
And I bet you two sticks, and a home, and a dog
And by tomorrow morning you’ll be travellin’ on yeah
Yeah you got to be on
Ah hah, hah, hah, you got to be a travellin’ man

With your girl in your hair and you feel at home
You got to get on the road somewhere
And then you beat down the highway, with a bone
And in a tatter on fire with a rattlin’ bone yeah

Yeah you be alseep with me baby on the side of the road
And I got to be a travelin’ man
Snap to the phone baby real real slow and I got to tell you all that I can
I got to go down the road, down the trail now

Ah ah ah ah ah ah
Ah ah ah ah ah ah
Ah ah I let it go to my head by day
And grab a smoke, and like a crow, I’ll grab a can if I have a say
And baby I’m fast, I brung it with me, and may be calling on a pile of?
And baby I’ll been staying over yonder, and a porch till the first of May

"Eruption" is an instrumental rock guitar solo performed by Eddie Van Halen. "Eruption" often appears on many ‘greatest guitar solos’ lists. It is often played together with the cover version of "You Really Got Me", which follows the piece on the album Van Halen.
“Eruption” starts with a short accompanied intro with Alex Van Halen on drums and Michael Anthony on bass. The highlight of the solo is the use of two-handed tapping. “Eruption” was played on the Frankenstrat, with a MXR Phase 90, an Echoplex, a Univox echo unit and a 1968 Marshall 1959 Super Lead tube amp. The Sunset Sound studio reverb room was also used to add reverb. The Frankenstrat was tuned down a half-step. “Eruption” begins in the key of A flat and ends on a E flat note that is a twelfth fret, 6th string harmonic processed through a Univox EC-80 echo unit.
The “Eruption” intro is based on “Let Me Swim” by Cactus. After the intro, an E-flat major quotation of the “Etude No. 2” by Rodolphe Kreutzer is heard. The end section begins with a series of rapid two-handed tapping triads that have a classical like structure and eventually finishes with a repeated classical cadence followed by sound effects generated by a Univox EC-80 echo unit.
The piece that would later be named “Eruption” had existed as part of Van Halen’s stage act at least as far back as 1976, when it featured no tapping. “Eruption” popularized the tapping trend of the ’80s. Although one-handed tapping (hammer-ons and pull-offs) had been previously done by many guitarists, “Eruption” introduced two-handed tapping to the mainstream popular rock audience. Previously, Baroque-like tapping had been recorded by Steve Hackett of Genesis in 1971/1972.
Initially, “Eruption” was not considered as a song for the Van Halen album as it was just a guitar solo Eddie performed live in the clubs but Ted Templeman overheard it in the studio as Eddie was rehearsing it for a club date at the Whisky a Go Go and decided to include it on the album. Eddie recalled “I didn’t even play it right. There’s a mistake at the top end of it. To this day, whenever I hear it, I always think, ‘Man, I could’ve played it better.’”
“Spanish Fly”, an acoustic guitar solo on Van Halen II, can be viewed as a nylon-string version of “Eruption”, expanding on similar techniques. Similarly, it was suggested by Templeman for inclusion on the album after he heard Eddie Van Halen playing a classical guitar. In March 2005, Q magazine placed “Eruption” at number 29 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks. “Eruption” has been named the 2nd greatest guitar solo by Guitar World magazine.
“Eruption” is also featured in Guitar Hero: Van Halen and is considered as one of the most difficult pieces in the game.

Shirley Ann Manson (born 26 August 1966) is a Scottish musician and actress, best known internationally as the lead vocalist of the alternative rock band Garbage. For much of her international career Manson commuted between her home city of Edinburgh and the United States to record with Garbage; she now lives and works in Los Angeles. Manson gained media attention for her forthright style, rebellious attitude and distinctive voice.
Manson’s musical career began in her teens when she was approached to perform backing vocals and keyboards for Scottish band Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie. Quickly she developed into a prominent member of the group and developed a formidable stage presence. Manson was approached by her band’s record label with the idea of launching her as a solo artist, and recorded an album with her band under the Angelfish name. After seeing Manson in an Angelfish video broadcast only once on MTV’s 120 Minutes, Garbage invited Manson to record vocals on a few of their songs; she eventually co-wrote and co-produced an entire album with the band. The resulting self-titled debut, Garbage, was a worldwide hit, and was followed by three studio albums, including the multiple Grammy Award-nominated Version 2.0, and a greatest hits album. Garbage toured worldwide and sold 12 million records over ten years.
Since the late ’70s, singer/guitarist/songwriter Chrissie Hynde has been the leader of one of rock’s most widely beloved bands, the Pretenders. Born on September 7, 1951 in Akron, OH, Hynde was turned on to rock the same way zillions of others did in the ’60s — via such British invasion bands as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Who, and the Kinks. After attending Kent State University in the early ’70s (where she witnessed first hand the tragic Kent State Killings of 1970) and forming one of her first rock bands (with future members of Devo), Hynde became enamored with such proto-punk bands as the Stooges and the Velvet Underground. Fed up with the U.S. music scene, Hynde bought a one way ticket to London, England, where she became a rock critic. But more importantly, she found what she was looking for musically — Great Britain was in the middle of a musical revolution, “punk rock.”
Hynde became friendly with such up and coming punk rockers as the Sex Pistols and the Clash (Hynde almost formed a group with members of the latter band), and its back-to-basics approach inspired her to form her own punk outfit. By the late ’70s, Hynde had accomplished her goal, as the original Pretenders lineup was in place — Hynde on vocals/guitar, bassist Pete Farndon, guitarist James Honeyman-Scott, and drummer Martin Chambers. Due to Hynde’s vast rock & roll knowledge, the Pretenders were much more than just a punk band — they were never afraid to let other styles seep into their own sound, making their 1980 self-titled debut one of rock’s greatest all-time classics. Despite worldwide success and a hit sophomore album (1981’s Pretenders II), tragedy was lurking around the corner — both Scott and Farndon died from drug overdoses less than a year apart from each other.

The Pretenders carried on despite the career-threatening misfortune, and scored another big hit with 1984’s Learning to Crawl. Despite numerous lineup changes ever since, Hynde has kept the Pretenders going — issuing solid albums and continuing to be a must-see live act to this day. She has also never been afraid to voice her opinions concerning some causes and topics she believes strongly about, such as PETA and ending animal cruelty.

Newest addition to our New Artist Showcase is a young lady named Marta Altesa an extraordinary bass player ! In this video she plays the song ” Look Around ” recorded by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. If you know of this rocking band they have this insanely talented bass player named Flea. We love this band for its rhythm section of Chad Smith and Flea. Marta has killer chops and nails the song slapping the bass ! Flea , John Entwistle , Geezer Butler , Geddy Lee , Cliff Burton , Jaco Pastorius , Victor Wooten , John Paul Jones are the cream of the crop when it comes to bass players. Soon Marta Altesa will belong to that list of the greatest !

She primarily does covers of Jamiroquai and a few other bands. She makes such stellar use of ghost notes and her playing is just rife with rhythm and groove. It’s rare to find such high quality covers with good playing AND good tone. 

She’s had musical training since she was very young (father is a piano player)

From a very young age, Marta was in contact with various musical instruments. It started with the piano in the footsteps of her father and the one who initiates the opening of his artistic concerns but 16 years when he decided to further deepen in the world of music and make a change of instrument begin to define their path and will intensify its qualities ; electric guitar.

This first strong contact takes you only a year later ( 2010 ), influenced in a special way for black music ( Funk , Disco , Soul , R & B) , to decide to grow with a new instrument and that the end of the day is the one that manages to fully identify affinity , empathy and ability to ” liberate” all his amazing musical expressiveness ; electric bass. At just 20, a self-taught full essence and who has had the invaluable help and support of the great bassist Miki Santamaría, Marta has become popular on YouTube after hanging multiple videos playing covers of bands like Jamiroquai, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Incognito and Michael Jackson , among others.

In a few months her channel has managed to have thousands of hits a day and they still grow exponentially as their impact on the network as the famous English band Jamiroquai contacts her and invites her to collaborate on his South American tour in 2013; bands like Incognito or prestigious musicians as Marc Cerrone have also pointed to the list of congratulations on her talent.

You can see more of this amazing bass player at https://www.youtube.com/user/martabass92/featured

THE FATHER OF THE POWER CHORD !

Frederick Lincoln “Link” Wray Jr (May 2, 1929 — November 5, 2005) was an American rock and roll guitarist, songwriter and vocalist who first came to popularity in the late 1950s.

Building on the overdriven, distorted electric guitar sound of early electric blues records, his 1958 instrumental hit “Rumble” by Link Wray and his Ray Men invented “the power chord, the major modus operandi of modern rock guitarists,” making possible “punk and heavy rock.” Rolling Stone placed Wray at number 45 of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time.In 2013 he was announced as a nominee for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 

Jack Rose cited Wray as an influence, as did Iggy Pop. Jimmy Page says that Link Wray had a “real rebel attitude” and credits him in It Might Get Loud as a major influence in his early career. According to Rolling Stone,Peter Townshend of The Who once said, “If it hadn’t been for Link Wray and ‘Rumble,’ I never would have picked up a guitar.” Rose cited Wray as an influence, as did Iggy Pop. Jimmy Page says that Link Wray had a “real rebel attitude” and credits him in It Might Get Loud as a major influence in his early career. According to Rolling Stone,Peter Townshend of The Who once said, “If it hadn’t been for Link Wray and ‘Rumble,’ I never would have picked up a guitar.”

Jeff Beck, Neil Young are other artists influenced by the Father of the power chord!

Link Wray , Stevie Ray Vaughn , Grand Funk Railroad are not in the so called ” Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ” BUT Madonna , Public Enemy , Abba are ? We are starting a petition to remove the pop , bubblegum , bullshit artists who are not associated with Rock and Roll ! Stay tuned for further details Peace !

This cat is bad ass ! Andy Timmons bringing it !

WARNING CONTENT ADVISORY : This video contains graphic unfiltered raw loud piercing screaming nasty audacious 100 % pure amplified rock guitar music performed by Andy Timmons ! Andy brings it !

Andy Timmons (born July 26, 1963) is an American guitarist who has played in the bands Danger Danger, Pawn Kings, and Andy Timmons Band (ATB). He has also released several solo albums and has worked as a session guitarist.

He has released two CDs on Favored Nations, the first being That Was Then, This Is Now and Resolution on May 2, 2006. Resolution is actually listed as being recorded by Andy Timmons Band and features Mike Daane on bass and Mitch Marine on drums.

As guitarist for glam metal band Danger Danger, he toured the world opening for Kiss and Alice Cooper, sold over a million records worldwide, and had two #1 videos on MTV, and amassed a discography that includes seven solo releases that range from guitar instrumentals, to blues, and even a Beatles/Elvis Costello-inspired collection of pop tunes.

As a session player, he has been featured on CDs by drummer Simon Phillips, a live CD with Olivia Newton-John (Timmons has been her music director-guitarist for several U.S. tours), two albums by Kip Winger, recording sessions for Paula Abdul and Paul Stanley, and radio and television jingles. He has also played alongside Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Eric Johnson, Steve Morse, Mike Stern, Ace Frehley, Ted Nugent, Reb Beach, and Pierre Bensusan, as well as some of his favorite 1960s singing stars such as the Beach Boys, Lesley Gore, and Gordon Waller.

According to his website, Timmons’s hometown is Evansville, Indiana. He graduated from Evansville Harrison High School in 1981. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas.

The Andy Timmons Band released their new album, entitled “Andy Timmons Band Plays Sgt. Pepper” on October 25, 2011.

Andy also contributed the “Grabbag” music to the video game Duke Nukem Forever in 2011.

Known for his reliability and optimism, session wiz Andy Timmons is one of the most well-respected and talented musicians to have worked the sideman circuit. Timmons got his start at the age of 13, forming his first band in Evansville, IN. He realized that there was a career in being a session musician very early on, and used examples like Steve Lukather to base his goals on. He studied classical guitar and jazz guitar, eventually finding his way to Dallas to begin promoting himself as a virtuoso. He became well-known enough to land a gig with hair metal newcomers Danger Danger, and the group kept him on for almost four years. In that time, he managed to spread the word of his talents around while touring with groups like Kiss, and when he struck out on his own again in 1993, he had a wealth of experience in the industry to draw from.

This cat has mad chops !

Published on Apr 28, 2014

This is the third appearance for Tina S.a very young guitar virtuoso in our New Artist Showcase !
In this video she plays a incredible guitar solo from the song ” Comfortably Numb ” performed originally by Pink Floyd. As she performs this young lady makes it look effortless as she hits every chord BETTER than the original version ! Sorry Pink Floyd fans !
You can see more of this incredibly talented young lady at :
Comfortably Numb ( solo ) played by Tina S (15 y.o) played on her Vigier Excalibur Custom.
Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tina-S
Twitter : https://twitter.com/Tina_Guitare
Taught and filmed by her teacher Renaud Louis-Servais (http://www.youtube.com/renaudls )
Il s’agit de la troisième apparition de Tina Sa très jeune virtuose de la guitare dans notre nouvel artiste Showcase! 
Dans cette vidéo, elle joue un solo de guitare incroyable de la chanson “Comfortably Numb” réalisée à l’origine par Pink Floyd. Comme elle effectue cette jeune femme lui donne une apparence sans effort comme elle frappe chaque accord mieux que la version originale! Désolé fans de Pink Floyd! 
Vous pouvez voir plus de cette jeune femme incroyablement talentueuse à: 
Comfortably Numb (solo) joué par Tina S (15 ans) a joué sur sa Vigier Excalibur personnalisés. 
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tina-S … 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tina_Guitare 
Enseigné et filmé par son professeur Renaud Louis-Servais (http://www.youtube.com/renaudls)

Exile On Main Street


I hear you talking when I’m on the street,
Your mouth don’t move but I can hear you speak.
What’s the matter with the boy?
He don’t come around no more,
Is he checking out for sure?
Is he gonna close the door on me?
And I’m always hearing voices on the street,
I want to shout, but I can’t hardly speak.
I was making love last night
To a dancer friend of mine.
I can’t seem to stay in step,
‘Cause she come ev’ry time that she pirouettes over me.
And I only get my rocks off while I’m dreaming,
I only get my rocks off while I’m sleeping.
I’m zipping through the days at lightning speed.
Plug in, flush out and fire the fuckin’ feed.
Heading for the overload,
Splattered on the dusty road,
Kick me like you’ve kicked before,
I can’t even feel the pain no more.
But I only get my rocks off while I’m dreaming,
I only get my rocks off while I’m sleeping.
Feel so hypnotized, can’t describe the scene.
Feel so mesmerized all that inside me.
The sunshine bores the daylights out of me.
Chasing shadows moonlight mystery.
Headed for the overload,
Splattered on the dirty road,
Kick me like you’ve kicked before,
I can’t even feel the pain no more.
But I only get my rocks off while I’m dreaming,
I only get my rocks off while I’m sleeping