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I Die's Forthcoming Ferret Music Release Titled "The Big Dirty" In Stores
Though slotted as the final song on Every Time I Die's impending classic the big dirty, there is no track as indicative of the entire record as "Imitation Is The Sincerest Form Of Battery".
Lyrically based on Federico Fellini's "8 1/2", this song has everything that the band has become notorious for wrapped into one two-minute and thirty second keg stand of ass-kicking f*** all. From the scathing self-indictment of the lyrics, through the involuntary tweak-out inducing riffs, all the way to the no permanent bass playerness of the band itself, "Imitation Is The Sincerest Form Of Battery" is what Every Time I Die does best- not give a s*** about what you expect from them. If there was a middle finger that had a sharp point at the end and was about 6 feet in height, this song would take that finger like a flagpole, tie a flag to the end of it that had another middle finger on it (but smaller, obviously and not necessarily the same middle finger) and stick it in the uncharted terrain of brazen self awareness- a paradise which countless other bands have tried to recreate on stage, but failed at miserably. now get off our land.
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