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Revolutionary Act (Poem)

Revolutionary Act

Come on, brother.
Drop the revolutionary act.

The way you speak,
Lately it’s so inexact.

It’s not that you’re faking it,
And it’s not that you’re wrong, 240 more words

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Words and Their Effects: A Rhetorical Question? (Essay)

Question:

‘In your opinion, how pervasive is rhetoric in private and social life? In what realms of life, if any, does rhetoric appear to have little or no part to play? 1,671 more words

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Album Review: Royal Republic - Club Majesty

Album Review

Royal Republic:

Club Majesty

Right, so hear me out…

There’s this Swedish rock band, right, called Royal Republic. They’re really good – talented, high energy rockers. 613 more words

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Album Review: The Black Dahlia Murder - Verminous

Album Review

The Black Dahlia Murder:

Verminous

Bloody hell. What an album.

I’ve been on the melodic death metal scene for a long time. I’m a huge fan of In Flames, Children of Bodom, Amon Amarth. 771 more words

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Album Review: Molly Tuttle - When You're Ready

Album Review

Molly Tuttle:

When You’re Ready

Country… for some reason the most divisive genre in the world.

Out of all the myriad forms that music can take, I know few that will instantly divide a room like country does. 1,017 more words

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Anime Review: Doctor Stone

Anime Review

Doctor Stone

‘Isekai’ – Japanese: 異世界. Translation: ‘Different world’. Meaning: A genre of Japanese light novels, manga, anime, and video games that revolve around a normal person from Earth being transported to, reborn or trapped in a parallel universe, fantasy world, or virtual world. 1,411 more words

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Album Review: Fontaines D.C. - Dogrel

Album Review

Fontaines D.C.:

Dogrel

I’m no good with sub-genres. They confuse me. I can easily break down a band or song and tell you whether or not I like it and why, but if you ask me to correctly categorise its rightful place within the official musical canon then I’ll almost certainly get it wrong. 936 more words

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