from Roaster - 4 Way Split by Question The Mark

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    10" Split featuring 2 songs by Question the Mark, Sink Alaska, Walking Targets and Uniforms.Limited to 300 released on "Reign in Blood" Red Vinyl by Make That a Take Records and Team Beard Records. You get an Immediate download of our tracks but there is a full download code inside the sleeve.

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Taken from the Roaster split 10" also featuring Sink Alaska, Uniforms and the Walking Targets.


It seems that we're not working together,
These communities are falling apart and it's getting worse,
When the truth unfolds it comes to independence with a need to help more than ourselves.
Taking without giving back equals less for all,
All the greed and egos make everyone uncomfortable.
We should be working together and making things better.
Working together and making things...
So much easier to control,
Why do you feel the need to take it all.
To take it all.
Take your time and take in everything or leave it to chance and plan for better things but there's always something else,
Always someone else,
Why can't we get along and not just say so, that should be the way it goes.
The answer ins't always so predictable, when the outcomes different for every individual.
We should be working together and making things better.


from Roaster - 4 Way Split, released December 30, 2013
Released by Make That A Take Records / Team Beard Records
Recorded at Jamtown Recording Studio
at some point in 2013 by Dai & Dasher.
Written & performed by Question The Mark


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