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New Music: Prince Rama (as Rage Peace) – “So Destroyed”

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    toptenhitscoverhighres New Music: Prince Rama (as Rage Peace)   So Destroyed

    As previously reported, Prince Rama’s next album, Top Ten Hits Of The End Of The World, sees the psychedelic sisters recast as 10 fictional pop bands destroyed by the “recent apocalypse”. The duo’s first transformation is into the protest band Rage Peace for the aptly-titled “So Destroyed”. Here’s how a press release describes the pseudo-ironic outfit:

    Rage Peace formed as a small protest band in the early 90s and before they knew it they were the Bob Dylans of a whole generation of angry youth. They became founding members of the Rage Peace movement, based on the principle of nihilism as the only true order, and wrote songs with violent messages placed in seemingly saccharine pop structures. The band was notorious for staging organized acts of violence and destruction, burning cars and sometimes buildings in the name of chaos. When the end came, their bodies were found locked inside a limousine they had set on fire. The license plate read “HEY U”.

    Despite their grizzly end, Rage Peace left behind a delightful final effort: a bubbly garage-rock jam retrofitted with overblown harmonies and hazy synth that makes utter annihilation seem totally groovy. Stream and/or download it below.

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    Prince Rama (as Rage Peace) – “So Destroyed”

    Top Ten Hits Of The End Of The World arrives in stores on November 6th via Paw Tracks.

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