28 min

Appreciate your life! - Extradition by Banisher Levels of Absurdity Music RadioTV

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"Extradition" tells the story about inmates being held and transported between jails and the methods of treating them during the process. It describes the feelings and subjective perception of the free world from the point of view of a person being held in a custody. Appreciating all the views on the road, which were once in reach on daily basis, are now seen through barred windows of an armoured vehicle. If you're lucky enough to be extradited in a vehicle with windows at all.

Videocast Version of this episode
https://youtu.be/ZNlyNQHWDmA

This episode features Extradition by Banisher
https://youtu.be/0_7iQaTxgCY

Sites
https://www.banisher.pl
https://www.facebook.com/banisherofficial
https://www.instagram.com/banisher_official
https://banisher.bandcamp.com

Label
https://selfmadegod.com


Lyrics:
Inmate you movin'
Gather your shit quick 
And keep your f*****g mouth shut

In the moment you've worn stripes 
You stopped to be a human being
But a scumbag
Squat and cough 
Play this game of intimidation 

I want to see your lack of dignity
Meet your new friends
Murderers, rapists, drug dealers 
get inside the cage 
and wait for orders 

20 hours
Restrained 
Stench of urine
Soothing sound of tyres
Extradition
Goes well and smooth
30 inmates
Silently, praying for and end

Looking out on
Cars passing by
Every detail
Worth as Mona Lisa
Praying to God 
That I am sure is no more
Let it be this one
Last facility

Looking out on
Cars passing by
Every detail
Worth as Mona Lisa
Praying to God 
That I am sure is no more
Let it be this one
Last facility


One on one, few inches away from freedom
Is this somewhat like march to Golgotha?

But I'm not a saviour here

Chains on my hands 
Like the crown of thorns
An aching reminder 
That I am still awake
Bulletproof van 
That doesn't let me fall down
I can see sun at down, 
I'm longing for carefree times

Chains on my hands 
Like the crown of thorns
An aching reminder 
That I am still awake
Bulletproof van 
That doesn't let me fall down
I can see sun at dawn, 
I'm longing for carefree times


Levels of Absurdity Music Radio TV is a Podcast/Videocast. Each episode is comprised of 1 song as well as an interview with the musician who had written that song. Here we dive deep into the content and philosophy held within the song, both lyrically and musically. 

Levels of Absurdity Music Radio TV Website: www.LevelsOfAbsurdity.com 
Would you like to be featured? — LevelsOfAbsurdity@bioMusicProductions.com

Support the show (https://biomusicproductions.com/buyusawhisky)

"Extradition" tells the story about inmates being held and transported between jails and the methods of treating them during the process. It describes the feelings and subjective perception of the free world from the point of view of a person being held in a custody. Appreciating all the views on the road, which were once in reach on daily basis, are now seen through barred windows of an armoured vehicle. If you're lucky enough to be extradited in a vehicle with windows at all.

Videocast Version of this episode
https://youtu.be/ZNlyNQHWDmA

This episode features Extradition by Banisher
https://youtu.be/0_7iQaTxgCY

Sites
https://www.banisher.pl
https://www.facebook.com/banisherofficial
https://www.instagram.com/banisher_official
https://banisher.bandcamp.com

Label
https://selfmadegod.com


Lyrics:
Inmate you movin'
Gather your shit quick 
And keep your f*****g mouth shut

In the moment you've worn stripes 
You stopped to be a human being
But a scumbag
Squat and cough 
Play this game of intimidation 

I want to see your lack of dignity
Meet your new friends
Murderers, rapists, drug dealers 
get inside the cage 
and wait for orders 

20 hours
Restrained 
Stench of urine
Soothing sound of tyres
Extradition
Goes well and smooth
30 inmates
Silently, praying for and end

Looking out on
Cars passing by
Every detail
Worth as Mona Lisa
Praying to God 
That I am sure is no more
Let it be this one
Last facility

Looking out on
Cars passing by
Every detail
Worth as Mona Lisa
Praying to God 
That I am sure is no more
Let it be this one
Last facility


One on one, few inches away from freedom
Is this somewhat like march to Golgotha?

But I'm not a saviour here

Chains on my hands 
Like the crown of thorns
An aching reminder 
That I am still awake
Bulletproof van 
That doesn't let me fall down
I can see sun at down, 
I'm longing for carefree times

Chains on my hands 
Like the crown of thorns
An aching reminder 
That I am still awake
Bulletproof van 
That doesn't let me fall down
I can see sun at dawn, 
I'm longing for carefree times


Levels of Absurdity Music Radio TV is a Podcast/Videocast. Each episode is comprised of 1 song as well as an interview with the musician who had written that song. Here we dive deep into the content and philosophy held within the song, both lyrically and musically. 

Levels of Absurdity Music Radio TV Website: www.LevelsOfAbsurdity.com 
Would you like to be featured? — LevelsOfAbsurdity@bioMusicProductions.com

Support the show (https://biomusicproductions.com/buyusawhisky)

28 min