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The single was released on November 07, It was released in two standalone physical formats. The first, titled "Disposable Teens Pt.
And I'm a black rainbow And I'm an ape of god I got a face that's made for violence upon And I'm a teen distortion Survived abortion A rebel from the waist down. I wanna thank you mom I wanna thank you dad For bringing this fucking world To a bitter end I never really hated the one true god But the god of the people I hated. You said you wanted evolution The ape was a great big hit You said you wanted revolution, man And I say that you're full of shit. We're disposable teens We're disposable teens We're disposable teens We're disposable We're disposable teens We're disposable teens We're disposable teens We're disposable You said you wanted evolution The ape with the great big hit You said you wanted revolution, man And I say that you're full of shit.
This is very typical of the rock genre, and these shots are seen in nearly every video of the style. This is visible from the first few seconds of the song, as cuts are made almost immediately that suits the song and its pace. This short instrumental based part of the song is choppy and heavy with drums and bass guitar, to which the video is cleverly edited to match, flitting between different parts of the video that are later on continued in different parts.
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Sign in. Watch now. The Dope Show's single release was accompanied by a surrealistic music video directed by Paul Hunter, which began filming on August 8, and which premiered on August 20,
It was released on November 7, as the lead single from their fourth full-length studio albumHoly Wood In the Shadow of the Valley of Death It was released in two standalone physical formats. The first, titled "Disposable Teens Pt.