Roger Waters To Kill The Child Leaving Beirut 320k 2004

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Name:Roger Waters To Kill The Child Leaving Beirut 320k 2004

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00. Roger Waters - Maxi CD Single.nfo (Size: 36.70 MB) (Files: 7)

 00. Roger Waters - Maxi CD Single.nfo

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 01 -To Kill The Child.mp3

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 02 - Leaving Beirut.mp3

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Please support the artists by purchasing their merchandise, i doubt this can be purchased on CD though.

Roger Waters - To Kill The Child-Leaving Beirut
Artist...............: Roger Waters
Album................: To Kill The Child-Leaving Beirut
Genre................: Progressive Rock
Source...............: NMR
Year.................: 2004
Ripper...............: NMR
Codec................: LAME 3.92
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Insane, (CBR 320kbps)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3
Information..........: FLAC To MP3 [Lossless To Lossy]
1. (00:03:32) Roger Waters - To Kill The Child
2. (00:12:29) Roger Waters - Leaving Beirut
Playing Time.........: 00:16:01
Total Size...........: 36.68 MB
NFO generated on.....: 16/11/2008 15:00:02

- Roger Waters / lead vocals, guitar, bass & keyboards
- PP Arnold / vocals
- Graham Broad / drums
- Andy Fairweather-Low / guitar
- Carol Kenyon / vocals
- Katie Kissoon / vocals

Releases information

Sony CD-Single Limited Edition (Was available for a limited time as a download from WATERS' official website)

To Kill the Child

The first song of the single runs at 3 minutes and 31 seconds. The lyrics open with the image of a child sleeping "in the glow of [a] Donald Duck light", possibly a reference to Waters' prior song "The Tide Is Turning". Waters goes on to ask why a culture whose primary concerns are luxury, consumption and petty values would "kill the child," no doubt in reference to his view on how war is orchestrated in order to satisfy mass production and paranoia, regardless of who is killed. The song ends with a plea to protect children from the crusade-waging "bigots and bully boys / Slugging it out in the yard."

Leaving Beirut

The second track of the single runs at 12 minutes and 29 seconds. Most of the song's lyrics are derived from a short story about Waters' hitchhiking excursion in Lebanon when he was a teenager. These passages, intoned in monologue over a descending synthesizer ostinato, are interspersed with more recently-penned refrains outlining Waters' reaction to United States and United Kingdom involvement in the Iraq War. Waters has performed the song at every show on his The Dark Side of the Moon Live tour, replacing the spoken-word recitation with a visual backdrop of the story as a graphic novel.

Controversy and criticism

Waters' condemnation of George W. Bush received negative reactions from audience members during his show at New Jersey's PNC Bank Arts Center on September 6, 2006, at Madison Square Garden in New York City on September 12, 2006 and in Tampa, Florida on May 19, 2007;

However, audience reactions during the October 5, 2006 performance at the Hollywood Bowl were overwhelmingly positive, with many patrons rising to their feet and cheering. The song also received a positive reaction during its American performances at the Boston, Massachusetts and Camden, New Jersey Tweeter Centers, in New York on May 30, 2007, as well as in other cities worldwide, particularly Dubai.
Ironically, during his first show in Dallas, Texas on May 2nd, 2008, the line referring to George Bush and the Texas education was met with uproarious applause. His last show on the American leg of the tour, in Houston on the 4th, was met with a fairly mixed reaction.

While many fans have embraced the song's lyrical content, which is sympathetic towards the people of Lebanon, some have objected to Waters' political stance. In 2006, Waters performed a concert in Neve Shalom, Israel in front of a crowd of 50,000. During the concert, which included "Leaving Beirut" in the set-list, Waters expressed his belief that Israel had to "tear down the walls" of the Israeli West Bank barrier (pictured in the single's cover art) to make peace with its neighbours.

Friggin has to be heard ;D ;D

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