Bangkok Five Week: Day 1 "We Love What Kills Us"

(antiMusic) The Bangkok Five have been favorites of antiMusic since before they were even the Bangkok Five. Explosive but melodic, the band strikes the right mix and have been easily winning over fans since their debut album came out. We celebrate the release of the band's sophomore album, 'We Love What Kills Us,' by asking frontman Frost to give us the inside story on his five favorite tracks from the album.

Here is Frost with today's song "We Love What Kills Us": A lot of people think we are endorsing a destructive lifestyle in this song but we are not. It's a commentary on the life-destroying addictions we all seem to need for happiness and/or survival. Watching the Princess of Pop annihilate herself seems more important than the hundreds of thousands of lives we are ruining for an ineffective, disappearing commodity. Cocaine is one of the most successful products in the history of man. It's a 100 billion dollar a year industry. It eliminates pain and causes immediate pleasure, but ask Rick James about it. Oh wait, you can't. It killed him.

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