- Performer:Number One Cup
- Title:People, People, Why Are We Fighting?
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock
- Date of release:February 18, 1999
- Recording date:November 18, 1997 - January 15, 1998
- Recording location:Pachyderm Studio, Cannon Falls, MN
- Size FLAC version1392 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1589 megabytes
- Size WMA version1640 megabytes
- Formats:AUD APE RA DXD WMA MMF
This is the third and final full-length record by the Chicago indie rock band Number One Cup. Released in 1997, it was recorded at Pachyderm. Contact Number One Cup: Seth Kim-Cohen, [email protected] Back and front vinyl album covers. CD front and back covers. 1990s Chicago DIY indie rock label record record label rock. Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Edin by WordPress.
The song was featured in the twelfth episode of the show's fourth season, entitled "Robbie's Dream Team", which is the 103rd episode overall. Following its release, the song gained a significant online popularity and became common among internet memes and comical remixes, especially in support of the lead singer who had been diagnosed with cancer.
There are so many reasons why people fight over trivial things. I've found that usually when something else is going negatively in a person's life, they tend to take it out in other ways. They displace their emotions. Because we often fight to be RIGHT, but in truth, there is really no right and wrong. So we are causing suffering on ourselves fighting over small and stupid things. However, there is really no small and stupid things as well. Everything is based on perspective.
Why ? why are we still friends When everything says We should be more than we are And tell me why every time I find Someone that I like We always end up just being friends (Just Being Friends)
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Why don't you say you're sorry Why can't I say I'm wrong How much more damage can we do Until we come undone Why do we do it baby Whare are we fighting for. There must be one good reason Why we keep on tryin' For all the pain I'm feelin For all the tears you're cryin' Oh, if it's not love What are we fighting for. Girl, aren't we still in love That's what we're fighting for. More on Genius. What Are We Fighting For" Track Info. Standing on the Edge John Berry.
CreditsSeth Cohen - Artwork, Design, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Metal Percussion, Organ, Piano, Piano Strings, Slide Guitar, Synthesizer, Treated Piano, Vocals, Voices
Alan Douches - Mastering
John Fuller - Artwork, Design
John Hiler - Mixing
Michael Lenzi - Bass, Cymbals, Drums, Shaker, Tambourine, Timpani, Vocals
Andy Mueller - Artwork, Design, Photography
Number One Cup - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Brent Sigmeth - Clarinet, Engineer, Mixing
|1||(Who Awaits) The Countdown? Number One Cup||Number One Cup||4:01|
|2||Vintage Male Singer Number One Cup||Number One Cup||3:50|
|3||High Diver Number One Cup||Number One Cup||3:41|
|4||Ice Melts Around My Battery Number One Cup||Number One Cup||3:42|
|5||What Does It Mean? Number One Cup||Number One Cup||3:13|
|6||Canada Disappears Number One Cup||Number One Cup||2:24|
|7||3 Stars Number One Cup||Number One Cup||2:23|
|8||Remote Control Number One Cup||Number One Cup||3:30|
|9||Caught on the Crown Number One Cup||Number One Cup||3:43|
|10||The Low Sparks Number One Cup||Number One Cup||4:22|
|11||Unison Bends Number One Cup||Number One Cup||3:01|
|12||Why Are We Fighting? Number One Cup||Number One Cup||6:23|