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Siouxsie And The Banshees - Hong Kong Garden FLAC album

Music video by Siouxsie And The Banshees performing Hong Kong Garden.

Текст песни: Harmful elements in the air Symbols crashing everywhere Reaps the fields of rice and reeds While the population feeds.

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Hong Kong Garden" is a song by English rock band Siouxsie and the Banshees. It was released as the band's debut single on 18 August 1978 by Polydor Records. The single reached number seven on the UK Singles Chart. The song was "arguably the most important of the early post-punk hits". In March 2005, Q placed it in its list of the "100 Greatest Guitar Tracks Ever" and British writer Colin Larkin qualified it as "sublime".

Hong Kong Garden Lyrics. Harmful elements in the air Cymbals crashing everywhere Reaps the fields of rice and reeds While the population feeds Junk floats on polluted water An old custom to sell your daughter Would you like number 23? Leave your yens on the counter please. Hong Kong Garden Hong Kong Garden.

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Artist: Siouxsie and the Banshees. Translations: French. A A. Hong Kong Garden. Harmful elements in the air. symbols clashing everywhere. Reaps the fields of rice and reeds. while the population feeds. Junk floats on polluted water. an old custom to sell your daughter. Would you like number 23? Leave your yens on the counter please. Tourists swarm to see your face. Confuscius has a puzzling grace.

Lyrics to "Hong Kong Garden" song by Siouxsie And The Banshees: Harmful elements in the air Cymbals crashing everywhere Reap the fields of rice and reeds While th. .Junk floats on polluted water An old custom to sell your daughter Would you like number 23 Leave your yens on the counter please Hong Kong garden. Tourists swarm to see your face Confucius has a puzzling grace Disoriented you enter in Unleashing scent of wild jasmine.

Lyrics powered by LyricFind. Hong Kong Garden song meanings. I read an article in rolling stone which said the song was about the then "ongoing slaughter in Southeast Asia". My interpretation is that the western world isn't overly aware or concerned about such tragedy, and their only real "exposure" to eastern culture is through takeaway food.

Siouxsie and the Banshees were a UK Punk group formed in London in 1976. Siouxsie Sioux (real name: Susan Dallion) was the lead singer. She and the Banshees' initial lineup emerged from the Bromley Contingent, a notorious group of punks inspired by the Sex Pistols. In addition to bassist Steve Severin and guitarist Marco Pirroni, the band included drummer John Simon Ritchie, who assumed the name Sid Vicious. They disbanded after one gig, Vicious joining the Sex Pistols and Pirroni later joining Adam And The Ants. Steve Severin recalled to Mojo magazine May 2014: "'Hong Kong Garden' had happened in the same way as all our early songs: McKay would present the beginning of a chord sequence and would work around it, shape it, arrange it. Adding an Oriental feel with xylophone and the gong at the end seemed dead obvious. More songs from Siouxsie and the Banshees.

Harmful elements in the air Symbols clashing everywhere Reaps the fields of rice and reeds While the population feeds. Junk floats on polluted water An old custom to sell your daughter Would you like number 23? Leave your yens on the counter please Hong kong garden. Tourists swarm to see your face Confuscius has a puzzling grace Disoriented you enter in Unleashing scent of wild jasmine. 2. voices (on the AIR)

Siouxsie And The Banshees - Hong Kong Garden FLAC album
Title:
Hong Kong Garden
Genre:
FLAC size:
1342 mb
MP3 size:
1808 mb
WMA size:
1821 mb
Released:
Style:
Post-Punk
Rating:
4.9
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