Solar Plexus (4:14)

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I am breathing in dirt
God, I need some sleep
Now I bleed life out of you
Can't sit still and here I am

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  • chillyspider

    wow. that was unexpected ^^

    20 May 2012 Reply
  • RickLip

    Agreed with memu_no_mune. This song just shows BT's variety. :)

    10 Mar 2011 Reply
  • medgno

    Perfect song to follow the seven-and-a-half-minute-long buildup of Memories in a Sea of Forgetfulness. When that song climaxes and releases into this song, there just aren't words to express the power.

    23 Nov 2010 Reply
  • nemu_no_mune

    Always thought this track sounded like it belonged more on a NIN's album than any of BT's. I still love it though as I am a fan of both.

    21 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Yamheadyan

    I love this track so much!

    2 Apr 2010 Reply
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  • CAPacelli

    I first heard this track sophomore year of high school. A very good friend of mine turned me on to BT, and claimed he had no idea what this song was about because it was so very different from the rest of the album. I gave it one listen and instantly understood what Brian Transeau was saying with the song. This song is the messy, sudden end of a relationship from a man's perspective, a blow to the Solar Plexus. The rage, anger and frustration that explode in a torrent of emotion, highlighted by the anguished, heavily distorted vocals abruptly break into serene, peaceful piano. After expressing so much emotion all that is left is zen realization and the freedom to move on.

    31 Oct 2009 Reply
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    24 Nov 2008 Reply
  • syplex

    This song is great, but does anyone have official lyrics? All of the lyrics I've found are incorrect and incomplete!

    16 Nov 2008 Reply
  • Fuchikoma9000

    BT is totally punk <3

    15 Jan 2008 Reply
  • Hexnilium

    A very surprising track of BT's that doesn't seem to fit with the album, but is a great interlude to bring you into the next song on the album. It is full of rough energy and decrescendos into sublime peacefulness before going into a great melodic trance track called Nectar.

    23 Nov 2007 Reply

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