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Koji (born Andrew Koji Shiraki, February 12, 1987, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States) is an American songwriter and activist. He signed with Run For Cover Records in August 2010 where he released a live EP entitled, Spring Song Vol. 1, and his critically acclaimed full band EP, Some Small Way. In October 2010, Koji released his first of two split releases on No Sleep Records, IIOI/KOJI. In 2011, Koji was named one of Alternative Press's "100 Bands to You Need to Know. Never Come Undone, was released on No Sleep Records. Keeping Count 7" (February 9, 2016; The Native Sound). Fury EP (June 16, 2015; No Sleep). Matters EP (November 12, 2013; The Native Sound).
On tour now! Follow the journey - saysaloha. Produced and Mixed by Will Yip at Studio 4 Mastered by TW Walsh Andrew Koji Shiraki - Guitar, Vocals Chris Sigda - Guitar, Vocals Rodrigo Palma - Bass Dennis Wilson - Drums. January 29 ·. My European solo tour with Nervus (acoustic) begins on Thursday. There's a new video up at Real Feels for my song "Keeping Count. Proceeds go to the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Body Count is the eponymous debut studio album by American crossover thrash band Body Count, released on March 31, 1992 by Sire Records. The album's material focuses on various social and political issues ranging from police brutality to drug abuse. It also presents a turning point in the career of Ice-T, who co-wrote the album's songs with lead guitarist Ernie C and performed as the band's lead singer.
Keeping Count is calm musically, like much of your music, but with biting lyrics. Why did you choose to have this duality in Keeping Count ? The best delivery for something subversive is through melody. Although, it hasn’t kept people from storming out of my shows while singing this song. Keeping Count is inspired by Donald Trump and the Republican debates– Do you support any of the presidential candidates right now? Most of the candidates (and their respective parties and super PACS) are running to further perpetuate a system of government that only serves the ultra wealthy and highly funded special interest lobbies.
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Tracklist: 1. Basie, 2. Topsy, 3. Bye Bye Love, 4. Blues Backstage, 5. Pretty Girl, 6. Keeping Count, 7. Whirly Bird, 8. Corner Pocket, 9. Ballad For 8.
Body Count is the eponymous debut album of American heavy metal band Body Count. Released in 1992, the album material focuses on various social and political issues ranging from police brutality to drug abuse. Body Count is well known for the inclusion of the controversial song "Cop Killer", which was the subject of much criticism from various political figures, although many defended the song on the basis of the group's right to freedom of speech. Ice-T eventually chose to remove the song from the album, although it continues to be performed live. It was voted the 31st best album of the year in The Village Voice's Pazz & Jop critics poll, and is believed to have helped pave the way for the mainstream success of the rap metal genre, although the album itself does.
keeping count (losing count). This started as a headcanon, but got a little long for bullet-points, so here we go. A little meandering from my tired brain on Flintwood. Premise: Marcus uses numbers to manage anxiety. He keeps count of their kisses. One day, he slips, and he says the number out loud. Kissing Oliver is always different each time for Marcus. He keeps count, and he isn’t sure if it’s because he doesn’t know how else to cope, or if it’s because each one bears remembering. It might well be both.