Cease fire, cease fire Can't you see the kids are wired? One last cigarette Watch them smile and see them sweat. Free love, free love Can't you see there's God above? Heaven's towers open fire Free love, free love! Cease fire, cease fire Can't you see the kids are wired? Heaven's towers rise above Free love, free love! Cease fire, cease fire Can't you see the kids are wired? One last cigarette Watch them smile and see them sweat. Free love, free love Can't you see there's God above? Heaven's towers rising higher Cease fire, cease fire
Rock n Roll Consciousness is the fifth studio album by American rock musician, Thurston Moore. The album was released on 28 April 2017 by Caroline Records worldwide and Fiction Records in Europe and United States. The album for the first time in Moore's work was produced by Paul Epworth. All tracks written by Thurston Moore and Radio Radieux, except with noted. Japanese bonus tracks. Thurston Moore - vocals, guitars. James Sedwards - guitars. Debbie Googe - bass guitars, backing vocals.
Six years after the demise of Sonic Youth and two and a half years after the release of The Best Day, his last solo album, Thurston Moore has come out with a new standalone single called Cease Fire. It’s exactly the sort of driving, guitar-driven tangle that Moore used to make with Sonic Youth, and if you can get past all the baggage that’s come to surround Moore in recent years, it’s a pretty fucking great song. There’s an extended instrumental breakdown that, if you’re a person of a certain age, might send you spiraling through your own memory.
The new album from Thurston Moore, ‘Rock N Roll Consciousness’, finds the Sonic Youth co-founder and al. ock icon at his exploratory best. The full tracklist for Rock N Roll Consciousness is: ‘Exalted’ ‘Cusp’ ‘Turn On’ ‘Smoke Of Dreams’ ‘Aphrodite’.
Thurston Moore‘s new song Cease Fire is a six-minute, shape-shifting epic bursting with guitar bravado. As the song blossoms, Cease Fire becomes more krautrock-like in structure, providing a foundation for Moore to unfurl a series of mesmerizing solos. Guns are designed to kill and we, as non-violent human beings, are against the killing of any person or animal, Moore said of Cease Fire in a statement. The song is also about the power of love, in all its freedom of choice. A power that no gun can extinguish as love will rule always. Melt down your guns and kiss your neighbor. The guitarist’s last solo LP was 2014’s The Best Day; it’s unclear if Cease Fire is the first sample of a new album. Moore’s most recent release was Chelsea’s Kiss, a song recorded in support of Chelsea Manning. In This Article: Sonic Youth, Thurston Moore.
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Album list Cease Fire. The Best Day. Live.
CreditsThurston Moore - Composer, Primary Artist
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