The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote,
The Enemy of the Good
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I thought I was found

Caviar uses a lot of math in their songs, but I wouldn't consider them "math rock".
"I'll be an engine to your caboose
Two legs, hypotenuse"

"Damn, genuine girl pullin sinister tricks
She's as American as 3.1416"

Okay, so maybe it's only twice in that one song. Still, it's pretty awesome. I love songs with math in them; it's very Music of the Spheres.


I want a sewing machine, an effing machine, and a whatting machine. The reasons for this should be obvious.
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