Songs during the war - 2010

by Pol Nada

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Este audio viene con un poster gigante, obra de Adrian Villar Rojas. Si queres uno podes escribirnos a polberd@gmail.com , cuando nos llegue tu mail coordinamos un dia. Si estas en rosario te lo llevamos a tu casa y si no estas en Rosario vemos como hacemos.


¿Por qué existieron las canciones pop?
Y ¿por qué tanta tristeza contenida en ellas?
Más aún, ¿cómo es que llegaron a transmitirla con tan abrumadora precisión?
Estoy leyendo acerca de cómo se originó el universo, voy a la cocina, se lo explicó a mi mamá, la angustio, vamos a comer acababa de decirme, miro el cielo gris tan enorme se pliega sobre sí mismo. De chica, me cuenta a continuación, cuando pensaba en el sol, la tierra y las estrellas, en ¿de dónde viene todo?, ella se calmaba pensando: tengo a papá, al menos tengo a papá. Al menos.

Todo es tan hermoso y violento.
Caminemos. Y tengamos la verdadera conciencia de la nada que nos abraza cálidamente.
Pisemos sin miedo cráneos humanos, enfrentemos a las canciones pop. Todo empezó con sangre y sin mí. Es el final. Bienvenidos.

Texto : Adrian Villar Rojas.

“What came first, the music or the misery? People worry about kids playing with guns, or watching violent videos, that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?”

Texto : Nick Hornby .

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released September 9, 2010

Compositor e interprete : Pablo Jacobo
Letras : Adrian Villar Rojas y Pablo Jacobo.
Grabado, mezclado y masterizado por Pablo Jacobo en estudio Ashiko entre Julio y Septiembre del 2010.


Musica, canciones y audio producidos por Pablo Jacobo; proyecto Audiovisual producido por Adrian Villar Rojas para
Map Marathon 2010–Serpentine Gallery, Londres,Inglaterra.

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Pol Nada Rosario, Argentina

Nada real podra ser destruido.Elegimos el camino sensible pero fuimos descuidados. Pensabamos q las cosas del mundo siempre estarían ahí mientras alguien las viera. Pero el alma no es literal.
Nuestro trabajo era hacer q las cosas se vean hermosas, pero el brillo esta en el corazón. No es lo que ves lo que te deslumbra.
Pero vamos,te tengo fe.Y nada de lamentos,esto era lo que estabas buscando.
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Track Name: Beautiful and violent
C7+/G C7+/F
While you suck my dick
A ray of moonligth comes
Into my bedroom
Into my bedroom

Having found a way
Into it through my window
It through my window
It through my window

And everything is so
Beautiful and What can I do?

How can I make you understand
this is the most beautiful thing I`ve ever seen.

Everything it`s so
beautiful and violent

And everything is so
Beautiful and what can I do?

How can I make you understand
This is the most beautiful thing
I´ve ever been given?

Someone´s girlfriend wrote this letter
thousand of years ago
I love you and am desperate I
dreamt about you.

Your face, your hair
I can´t believe you are real
You are more real outside of me.

There is nothing more me than you
And what I´m going
to do without seing you

How beautiful your song is
How beautiful you are
You are the most special thing
I´ve ever seen in all my life.

Oh! Everything is so
Beautiful and so violent.
Track Name: The most beautiful moment of the war
C9-7maj
Please don´t cry
We are designed to die
Don´t deny
What´s inside

C9-7maj
Let me take you down
Cause I´m going to
Am7
Let me take you down
Cause I´m going to

F Am
The most beautiful moment of war
F Am
The most beautiful moment of war




C
Wake up we are here
It´s so much worse than we feared

Am7
There is nothing left here
Country has disappeared

C
Every night we can watch
Crushed cities and the stars
Am
I´ll photocopy
the bible I promised
F Am
For the sons during the war
F Am
For the sons during the war

G

Nature loves to hide
F
When were made in the dark

G
Like every human was
F
We were made in the dark

G
How´s sex like
F
When practiced to give life
G
There is no before time
F
There is no you before me


G
Come have lunch
Says my mom
F
I´ll tell her about the origin
G
Of the time
and the space
F
15 billions of years before


G
us and lunch
I´ll make her
F
cry in angst
We are sort of the

G
Decompo
sition of
F
nothingness

G
Maybe We
are not more
F
than a particular a-
G
rrangement of
nothingness
F
And we are going to disappear
G
And others
will appear
F
in our place Why do I have

G
five fingers
instead of six?
F
She tells me about how when

G
Child She digged
the moon and
F
the sun Where do they come? Pa-

G
ralyzed in
fear she used
F
to ask At least I have my dad

ah - ah

G
At least I have my dad
F
At least I have my dad…
At least I have my dad

G
Come on
F
Let me take you down
G F
The most beautiful moment of war
Track Name: Billionth of a second
D G
Can not distinguish love from any other feeling
I jerk off while staring numbly
To the morning sun

A
That falls over me
G
When I come inside my hand
A
falls over me
G
Hu huh hu

Nothing in this world really matters anymore
I just see pretty animals
I´m sure I don´t know (better dope)


A
Maybe you will love
Maybe you won´t
Maybe you will all you want
Says a graffity

Spread all over human -bones
What insufflated- fire in equations

A G
And made them describe a universe?
Life began with blood and without me

D
In a billion trillion trillionth of a second
How could you?