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Palaraga – Come back from the war

The intro starts with growls of tympani which imitate the sounds of shots and explosions. The high pitch and dramatic theme of tympani heat up the scene of the deep sorrow. The synth accompaniment gives the main theme a colour of grief and destruction. A lyric and emotional vocal effect mimics the cries of women. If you take part in a war, where you are the aggressor, thinking that you are protecting some sort of values, you are an idiot. You are the idiot because someone could convince you that you are doing the right thing. You don't think about the risk of your own life and the life of people you attacked. If you think that the part which tries to protect itself is too aggressive- think twice. The main aggressor is someone, who, being a human like you, thinks that your life is less important than his ambitions and interests. Maybe, he's right if he could convince you to risk your life during the destruction of others? This song was written under the impression of World War II chronic. Thousands of trucks full of people were coming back home from the west front. Despite that the fascist Germany aggressor was beaten, there were a fatigue and anguish in the soldiers' eyes. They came into the destroyed world without someone they loved and respected.


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Palaraga – A blazing blade

In human nature, destroy each other. It's unavoidable. Alas. But the question remains, passing through which killing becomes a debugged process. At a time when the enemy was at arm's length, the outcome of the match was determined by strength, endurance, experience and dexterity. In the modern world, people are trying to turn their crimes into an automated stream from analyzing information, distancing from the place of entry and depersonalizing the victim. There are no more blazing blades. Now between the killer and the victim, drones, poisons, manipulations and intrigues, and murders became fun, which is shown as an entertainment program.


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