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  • Music | Thoughts Detecting Machines
    An Introduction to Forget An Introduction to about Thoughts Detecting Machines Normal Illinois placeholder Thoughts Detecting Machines is the latest project from Rick Valentin the man behind the pioneering late 80 s alternative band Poster Children and its concurrent electronic side project Salaryman TDM is a collision of indie rock guitars and looped electronics more tedium us Facebook Twitter Recommendations contact help Contact Thoughts Detecting Machines Streaming and Download help

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  • Music | Thoughts Detecting Machines
    An Introduction to Forget An Introduction to about Thoughts Detecting Machines Normal Illinois placeholder Thoughts Detecting Machines is the latest project from Rick Valentin the man behind the pioneering late 80 s alternative band Poster Children and its concurrent electronic side project Salaryman TDM is a collision of indie rock guitars and looped electronics more tedium us Facebook Twitter Recommendations contact help Contact Thoughts Detecting Machines Streaming and Download help

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  • Merch | Thoughts Detecting Machines
    Forget An Introduction to Compact Disc Compilation of First Two TDM EPs Digital Album Compact Disc CD 10 USD more merch about Thoughts Detecting Machines Normal Illinois placeholder Thoughts Detecting Machines is the latest project from Rick Valentin the man behind the pioneering late 80 s alternative band Poster Children and its concurrent electronic side project Salaryman TDM is a collision of indie rock guitars and looped electronics more tedium

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  • Sentenced For Life | Thoughts Detecting Machines
    Introduction to and Buy Now 23 99 USD or more 25 OFF Send as Gift Share Embed about A collaboration between two Normal Illinois musicians with the intimate lyrics and vocals of Teaadora and the guitars and electronics of Thoughts Detecting Machines www teaadora net www tedium us lyrics My guts you took to metal hooks Spinning gripped to a factory of worship I know my pleasure crushes my freedom You re are my inmate wife sentenced for life Our hearts are fast ones We live like a bull run Live in the delusion Our master is no one I know my pleasure crushes my freedom You re are my inmate wife sentenced for life Chain me to your body Break me on your body Chain me to your body Break me on your body Until there is nothing of me credits released October 30 2015 Written by Teaadora and Thoughts Detecting Machines Recorded at Studio Tedium Artwork by Jenna Francine Tomasello tags tags alternative Normal license all rights reserved feeds feed for this artist about Thoughts Detecting Machines Normal Illinois placeholder Thoughts Detecting Machines is the latest project from Rick Valentin the man behind the pioneering late 80 s

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  • Who Are You Supposed To Be? | Thoughts Detecting Machines
    Send as Gift Share Embed about Digital only single not currently available on CD cassette 8 track or vinyl You can download it for free when you buy a t shirt store tedium us merch think t shirt who are you supposed to be download lyrics You don t fit in with The Boys You don t fit in with The Girls With your polarizing lines You don t fit into this world Who are you supposed to be Always seen but never heard Shouted down without a word Their sick sense is going off The silent alarm never stops Who are you supposed to be Be yourself they always say Be yourself and never change But you know that it s a lie Be yourself and pay the price Who are you supposed to be These perfect pollyannas always asking Who are you supposed to be With their empty lives and open stares Tell me who are they supposed to be credits released August 14 2015 Channeled by Rick Valentin at Daddy s Screaming Room July 2015 tags tags alternative Normal license all rights reserved feeds feed for this artist about Thoughts Detecting Machines Normal Illinois placeholder Thoughts Detecting

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  • Work the Circuits | Thoughts Detecting Machines
    evolve like it or not I m in the right And you re in the wrong Think what you like But I m in the right Don t believe everything that you read If you ever read anything What you call your common sense Sounds to me a lot like ignorance You have the right To say what you want But that doesn t change The fact that you re wrong I was taught to be polite but I ve bit my tongue one too many times Silence is no defense Your volume fills the empty space I m mystified by your confidence All your designs lack intelligence Blind faith is your fundamental flaw I don t see any method here at all Say what you like But I m in the right Think what you want But you re in the wrong I m in the right And you re in the wrong Track Name The Call Work the circuit do the knee jerk as you dance the party line Dying on the vine you digitized yourself out of your life Blindly trading favors for a chance to touch the savior s hand Watching from the sidelines as your golden calf is melted down Waiting for the call Marching down the primrose path Waiting for the call Fighting us instead of them Waiting for the call that never comes The power of the people is a temporary obstacle They amplify the divide cheering as we tear ourselves apart Realize you re just a number in a complicated game Democracy s a fantasy when it gets played this way Waiting for the call Hanging on his every word Waiting for the call Demanding praise we don t deserve Waiting for the call that never comes Track Name The City Anonymous nights Seeking the safety of strangers I m losing myself in the crowd The city is where we used to escape to The buildings reflect Watching the rivers of life Flowing endlessly across the grid The view from forty four The glass here is completely clear Sometimes I jump out the window And fly through the sky into your arms Never look down A sliver of blue is enough To keep us up never touching the ground The city is where we used to escape to Steeling ourselves Stealing away Meeting in between meetings For a moment or two I talk to you in my sleep But I can t remember what we have said Sometimes I look in the mirror And see you standing right beside me Walking for hours Looking for traces of you in the faces I push my way through The city is where we used to escape to Track Name Bully The mountain is a metaphor The eternal weight of expectations Always present but ignored By the locals living in the shadow Side by side We scrape and climb Side by side We fight the fight The ocean is a simile Like a history we

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  • Forget | Thoughts Detecting Machines
    with the brown eyes I couldn t tell if he was crying I couldn t tell if he was with us Or if he was in Amsterdam The brand new girl in the old dress Says someone should call his mom I think it s time we cut her loose Before she takes all of us down We are the stars of our own show Full of asides and inside jokes We are the fittest of the weak We re children playing in the street We don t know our destination We held hands and jumped aboard We took a look at all our options And traded them for something more We are so far away from home We don t respond when we are called These are events beyond control And now our crowd is down to one Track Name Going Home Our sisters are missing Our brothers are lost Lovers are strangers Our children are gone I never knew what we were here for But we re finally going home We started as saviors With god on our side Now we are survivors Defending the line Forever is never a good thing So we re finally going home Broken in battle And crippled by fear Serving in silence Forgotten for years We cannot repair or repay you But you re finally going home Track Name Day After Day Wrap me in a soft white blanket Carry me as if I m weightless Build a place for me to hide and Hold me in your arms when I m asleep We arrive with desert eyes We read our lines through paper skin and In the spring the chinese lanterns Turn to red hearts dried inside a cage Day after day We fill the space Forget and replace Day after day The books the bricks The past in glass The paintings and the photographs We walk a mile across the room I m holding you the way you once held me Day after day We rearrange But nothing s the same Day after day Living in clover Over and over Day after day We sit and wait Wasting away Day after day Track Name Code To Me Touch me if you can With your empty hands Wire your desire Send me all your Broken links Send all your private dreams Send me everything Cause it s all code to me It s code to me You and I are friends We have never met I know who you are Just forget the Boundary That used to exist between The code and reality And put all your trust in me Trust in me Here come the thieves Here come the clones Here come a million echo chamber drones I m here to serve I m here to save I give a little bit and then I take and take What you see Is what you get from me And what I get from you Is all that lies underneath All that

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  • An Introduction to | Thoughts Detecting Machines
    like this Couples walking down the street believe That they re in love Blinded by the chemicals released Just wait till they wear off It s pouring sun Ever since you ve been gone It s pouring sun and I don t have anyone I can share it with The world is starting to turn And I m starting to burn It s pouring sun and I don t think I can take another day like this Track Name Level Me Out I know I m safe but I feel trapped I ve got it all but there s a catch I can t get up I can t relax I wanted sunshine I got rain All of my blue skies turned to gray There is no pill for how I feel White knuckles hands upon the wheel You are the only thing that s real Level me out For every savior in the sky There is a burning lake of fire For every lightning bolt of bliss There is a thunderhead of piss For every pleasure there s a risk For every mountain there s a ditch For every high five there s a fist Level me out Track Name Knot If I tried I bet I Could tie a knot in anything Make the simple complicated Turn a bond into a broken chain Expert and well rehearsed In the fine art of deflection Conversations filled with blanks Thoughtless until it was much too late We go too far And we can t find a way back And there s a pause And then there is the shift Souvenirs of all the years Packed into a couple boxes Left for free kicked to the curb Picked over and passed by passersby The walls are bare And the stairs are filled with echoes The bed is made And the house is a museum Track Name This is the Pulse Dominique is shopping for a gun And a matching pair of pants Todd patrols the south perimeter Locking down the backyard fence The kids are in the treehouse looking out For aliens and terrorists The neighbor wasn t joking when he said There s more than one way to skin a cat This is the pulse The shelves are bare and the lines stretch down the block And the sirens never stop The net is dead and we re all left in the dark As the rolling blackouts start Free market radicals blow up the banks And we lose the family keep Boil the water and stoke the fire Making tea we cannot drink This is the pulse We hunt in packs and we educate our own In the art of self defense Digging up the dirt attack the facts Scorch the earth rewrite the past Survival of the fittest in the streets But never in the schools We have not evolved we are animals This is the pulse Track Name Machines Take Good Care of the The doctor says it

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