Guster one man wrecking machine

One Man Wrecking Machine

guster one man wrecking machine

Guster - "One Man Wrecking Machine" [Best Quality]

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JavaScript is disabled in your browser settings. Signup Now. Guster's fifth studio album is the first to feature multi-instrumentalist Joe Pisapia as an official member of the band. Pisapia, whom percussionist Brian Rosenworcel says is "to Guster what Graham Parsons was to the Byrds," adds depth and virtuosity to the newly-rechristened quartet's already smooth, ear-hugging sound. Electric keyboards and bass might surprise longtime fans, but plenty of acoustic guitars, wry lyricism and warm harmonies are still present. Jonathan Zwickel.

"One Man Wrecking Machine" is the 4th song from Guster's album Ganging Up on the Sun. The song was included for the soundtrack to the movie.
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Video: No video yet. Post a video for this lyrics. I built a time machine I'm going to see the homecoming queen Take her to the Christmas dance Maybe now I'll get in her pants Whatever. Back with my high school friends Meeting where the train tracks end Passing round a skinny joint Rolling up to Lookout Point. I want to pull it apart and put it back together I want to relive all my adolescent dreams Inspired by true events on movie screens I am a one man wrecking machine. Back in my parents' house Back to the shouting out loud One day you'll be a man One day you'll understand. Here in the present tense Nothing is making sense Waiting for my moment to come Everything has come undone.

The song was included for the soundtrack to the movie Disturbia , and was played at the closing scene. It was also featured in a second-season episode of NBC series Life. The puppets used in the song's video directed by Drew Lightfoot are made by Toronto-based Monster Factory. The song features a theremin , an instrument that uses antennas to gauge proximity and translates proximity to pitch and volume. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article does not cite any sources.



One Man Wrecking Machine

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