Styx’s “Fooling Yourself” poses some big questions of identity… not excluding “Who is the lead singer in this band?”
Materialism, the quest for the almighty dollar, political strife, international dischord… don’t you want to get away? Don’t you long for the place where the grass is greener? Can G’n’R tell you how to get there?
Why did Peter Gabriel quit Genesis? Blame thin air and the talking eagle!
Rage Against the Machine. Bulls on Parade. And the screams of Old Testament prophets.
Love wins. Luke Skywalker proves that. In Luke’s story (it’s the central story of an obscure sci-fi flick from the 70’s) the child-murdering, power-mad, most vile villain let’s go of hate and gives in to love thanks to the love he receives from little Luke. It’s heart-warming. Check it out some time. That same kind…
In “Ace of Spades”, we’re hoping to see a dead man’s hand. In a way, we’re all looking for something worth being dead for…
We don’t need education! We don’t need no thought control! We just need our minds opened… so would someone do that for us?
Was the ATM created for humanity, or humanity for the ATM? When machines threaten take over the earth, we are forced to ask: who really is in control?
When our forefathers declared independence, they noted that all were entitled to pursue happiness. Does that mean a quiet, comfortable life in the suburbs? What is the termination of a pursuit of happiness?
One of these could be yours. Would you be OK with that? Or do you long for something more? The pursuit of the American Dream might demand more for us.