Shuffle Song Of The Day (10/18/18): “Pro-Test” By Skinny Puppy

“Pro-Test” is a song by the Canadian industrial group Skinny Puppy from their 2004 album The Greater Wrong Of The Right. Skinny Puppy is an interesting group that incorporated a number of different genres into their music over the years. The group formed way back in 1982, so this song in particular would considered one their later ones. Even though the quality sucks I decided to include the music video to this song because I find it cool. I mean who doesn’t want to see a group of goths face off against a group of more gangster looking dudes in a breakdance battle? I don’t know about you, but count me in

Shuffle Songs Of The Day Spotify Playlist


Hit me on the street while waiting to do nothing

Where within the space can anything feel certain

Look into the future make out the word speak

Send in the spies to watch them

Creepy are the people unable to do something

Sitting on an armchair fenced in their creation

Look up to be there

Anywhere is somewhere

Itchy past scratch the itch

Hit me in the streets hit me

Feel about a nation so precious is the freedom

Carousel the brass ring reach into a black mass

So its corroded always polluted

We all want some of it

Maybe all the people now left without no loving

Where within the strength gone better see it coming

Get off the fence trip

Rip up the garbage

Make it up to the earth bitch

Hit me in the streets hit me

Be a politician eroding all your freedoms

Down the rabbit hole cracks money markets fall

Through a looking glass time becomes too fast

All to benefit the rich

So keep eating from the apple edges from the center

Shaken to the core until it doesn’t matter

No one to turn to no where to run to

Better the bomb to blow it

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