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Tracklist

1Hymn2:26
2New Order3:21
33 Islands1:06
4Cowards!1:04
5Fare Fan For The Common Man3:57
6Philosophy3:07
7Blipvert0:08
8Goggleboxhead1:13
9A Bunch Of Cults1:18
10Antoher Kill2:18
11c(Δλ/λ)1:30
12Gay Plague1:09
13Speechless0:09
14Questionnaire2:26
15Drumology2:11
16Holy Water3:54
17Male, Macho & Proud2:45
18Sean Was Here1:44
19Hagakure (Parts 1 & 2)4:43
20Holocaust2:06
21Anarcommunazi March4:47
22The Death Of Muz's Cassette Machine1:31
23Mason1:30
24Heaven Street2:42
25The Truth About Crammond Island2:49

Notes

Comes with info/lyric sheet
A12 & A13 are originally by Death In June
B07 originally by Crisis - rearranged by Andy Martin

Video

Album

Listen free to Time to Think Be Yourself Philosophy, Fare Fan for the Common Man and more. 20 tracks 42:51. Think for Yourself is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1965 album Rubber Soul. It was written by George Harrison, the band's lead guitarist, and, together with If I Needed Someone, marked the start of his emergence as a songwriter beside John Lennon and Paul McCartney. The song's lyrics advocate independent thinking and reflect the Beatles' move towards more sophisticated concepts in their writing at this stage of their career. Away from Album Time to Think. Отказаться от подписки на канал TIMUSIC Нет. Отказаться от подписки. Coronavirus Pandemic: Real Time Counter, World Map, News Roylab Stats 8 592 зрителя. В эфире. Uniile This Must Be Illegal - Продолжительность: 7:40 IILE Recommended for you. How to build your swimming pool - Step by step - Продолжительность: 1:22:03 Nicole Michael Recommended for you. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. No Time to Think. By Kate Murphy. Moreover, in one experiment, 64 percent of men and 15 percent of women began self-administering electric shocks when left alone to think. These same people, by the way, had previously said they would pay money to avoid receiving the painful jolt. It didnt matter if the subjects engaged in the contemplative exercise at home or in the laboratory, or if they were given suggestions of what to think about, like a coming vacation they just didnt like being in their own heads. It could be because human beings, when left alone, tend to dwell on whats wrong in their lives. Do you think for yourself In these times of fast media and ever-growing Internet we are under so many external influences that it can be difficult to know when we are thinking for ourselves. To think for yourself means that whatever opinions you hold will be well thought out and come from a position of thorough investigation and thoughtful analysis. It means choosing to not compromise the facts for the sake of consensus or fitting in. It is not unlike critical thinking - it just encompasses a broader scope of choices and decision-making in your life. As an example, how many of us feel the need to keep up with 'the latest' . Think For Yourself was recorded in a single session on 8 November 1965, under the working title Wont Be There With You. The Beatles recorded the basic track rhythm guitars, bass and drums in a single take. Paul used a fuzz box on the bass on Think For Yourself. When Phil Spector was making Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, the engineer whos set up the track overloaded the microphone on the guitar player and it became very distorted. Phil Spector said, Leave it like that, its great. The Ric was surely used on this ALBUM for the first time , not for all of the tracks. The best source for a 100 true answer is the book The Beatles recording sessions. Текст песни: Someone falls to pieces sleeping all alone Someone kills the pain Spinning in the silence She finally drifts For Yourself LetraLyrics. I've got a word or two To say about the things that you do You're telling all those lies About the good things that we can have If we close our eyes. Do what you want to do And go where you're going to Think for yourself 'Cause I won't be there with you. I left you far behind The ruins of the life that you had in mind And though you still can't see I know your mind's made up You're gonna cause more misery. Do what you want to do And go where you're going to Think for yourself 'Cause I won't be there with. Fans de Selena Gomez. We Never Slept With Pierced Sirens. Personal blog. Be yourself. 30 December 2013 . So Im a new admin Hiya guise hehe . Think For Yourself. I've got a word or two To say about the things that you do, You're telling all those lies, About the good things we can have If we close our eyes. Do what you want to do, And go where you're going to, Think for yourself, Cause I won't be there with you, I left you far behind The ruins of the life that you had in mind. Think for Yourself is a song by English rock band the Beatles which first appeared on their 1965 album Rubber Soul. Written and sung by George Harrison, it is a warning against listening to lies, and the first of Harrison's songs not to be a love song. In his book I, Me, Mine he writes, But all this time later, I don't quite recall who inspired that tune

Download Time To Think - Be Yourself
Performer:
Time To Think
Title:
Be Yourself
Genre:
MP3 size:
2737 mb
FLAC size:
2815 mb
WMA size:
1524 mb
Country:
UK
Released:
1991
Label:
Thinking Time Records
Style:
Hardcore, Punk, Avantgarde
Rating:
4.3
Frdi
The first thing you notice about this tape is it's cover - a full colour blazing portrait which probably defies all easy pigeon-holed cliché art movements & styles, staying uniquely it's own (but with it's roots in 'doodling') - an amazing thing that gets you studying it until your eyes ache.
The first side opens with "Another Kill", thrumming into medium fast life on bass and grating violin to form a well-studied Punk number. "Philosophy" comes next on a delicate wall of feedback. It's a lot more experimental than most Punk records I have ever heard, perhaps close to CRASS at their more interesting ("Shaved Women") than anything else. "Fan Fare For The Common Man" is a piece of prose spoken over a fragmenting bass-heavy rhythm. "Speechless" is a brief thrash (lasting only 9 seconds). "Drumology" is an instrumental complete with reversed drum sounds playing against and with 'forward' drums. "Questionaire" is an abstract thing with one person reading from a questionaire while the other offers disconnected words in a progressing line. "3 Islands" opens on reflective accordian before thrashing out in a snarling explosion of Gutter Punk. "Mason" is another fast and furious piece of music close to people like DISCHARGE & GBH. "Goggleboxhead" is a brief thing with heavy metallic effects - this one sounding like a fast track off the "Roxy" compilation. "Cowards" takes the tempo and powers along with it with a spiky and tight number. "Sean Was Here" continues on the same heady tempo, this time remaining an instrumental. Next comes a cover version of DEATH IN JUNE's "Heaven Street" - as I'm unfamiliar with their work, I cannot compare it, but this version is disturbing and atmospheric. The last track on this side is another from DIJ - "Holy Water" - a moody little ballad which TIME TO THINK do well with the vocalist (ANDY MARTIN?) in fine tune.

Side two opens with "The Truth About Cramond Island" which is a meandering thing closer to VELVET UNDERGROUND than to any specific 'Punk' band. "Gay Plague" is a fast'n'furious thrash about people's attitudes towards AIDS and potential carriers. "Male, Macho & Proud" is an attack on people against the traditional 'hero' image set to a medium-paced Punk track, with a strong 'Folk' flavour. "Anarchocommunazi March" is a fast little instrumental not totally dissimilar to METAL URBAIN with the rising & falling synth sounds. "Hagakure (parts 1 & 2)" is a drifting, moody instrumental piece over which ANDY recites from the writing of YUKIO MISHIMA. The music itself, tense and brooding with a strong Oriental flavour changes into a quiet, medium-paced piece of music for the second part. "Hymn" is an attack on someone, although I'm not sure just who (except for the fact that they're racists). "Holocaust" is about Neo Nazis - the first part is just spoken, while the second is set to a quick & nimble paced post-Punk Rock. "Blipvert" is a short and vitriolic burst of noise and words. "C(ADD)" is a brief thrash based on mathematics. "The Death Of Music Cassette Machine" is a fast Punk instrumental over which is heard smashing noises. "New Order" is another sawtoothing medium-fast paced Punk thing - and very wordy it is too! The album closes with the short "A Bunch Of Cults" - yet another Punky thing.

This album might not appeal to many people out there, but it's well played music, despite the recording being a little noisy, and deserves investigation.

Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.
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