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Cover of the Malaysian band Carburetor Dung’s [ www.myspace.com/carburetordung ]1993 anthem “Oppression” (you can hear the original on their MySpace page [ www.myspace.com/carburetordung ]), released on our Malaysian cassette release on Revulsion Records [ 97-shiki.com/www.myspace.com/revulsionrecords ]. We also posted about it [ 97-shiki.com/2008/09/23/oppression/ ].



“We walked so proud, we walked so free”
I heard you shout
Do all you want, say all the rage you have inside
Open your eyes, society
See what we got
You think you’re free, you think you’re safe
You know you’re not!


What do you read, what can you see
Between their lines?
What can you do, what can you say
When you’re blind?
Where should we shout, where should we turn
When we see their faults?
Are we so thick, are we so dumb
Just like they want?


We’ll raise our voice (no way!)
We’ll raise our fists (no way!)
Is this your face democracy, conformity?
We’ll criticise (no way!)
We’ll organise (no way!)
Where is our voice, democracy, stability?
What should we see? (nothing!)
What should we think? (nothing!)
Where’s our sight, democracy?
You hide the key!
You’re blinding me!



from 97​-​shiki (Malaysian Cassette), track released November 1, 2008
written by Carburetor Dung 1993, performed by 97-shiki


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