Alterazioni Video presents one of the most used weapon by the U.S Army. A device able to break the strength of mind of the enemy before to overpower himself.
Experimented on Noriega during Panama's invasion and in Vietnam, No Think, No Plan, No Sleep, was fully put to use during the attack of Falluja, in Iraq... For three days and three nights the American army has bombed the city with the AC/DC's and Jimmy Handrix.
Thanks to the creativity and the military genius of American forces this weapon marked an important point in the cultural field, In response to those who test aversion to American pop culture, the army gave demonstration of the significant and decisive it can become.
Alterazioni Video with this installation, wants to pay tribute to those with creative vision were able to create a winning synaesthesia between art and war!
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Henfield, as he says, singer of AC / DC's, "if my mother, my daughter and my wife have been tormented with this music i do not understand why they can not also be!"
"NO THINK, NO PLAN, NO SLEEP"
First comes the bell, tolling mournfully. Then a meandering riff redolent with fuzz and feedback, absurdly, idiotically simple and all the more brilliant for it. After feeling about for some seconds, the riff is joined by a pounding rhythm line, and within a few moments here come the vocals - reminiscent of a donkey being
"I'm a rolling thunder, pouring rain / I'm comin' on like a hurricane / My lightning's flashing across the sky / You're only young but you're gonna die..."
"So the priests blew the trumpets. As soon as the men heard it, they gave a loud shout, and the walls collapsed. Then all the army went straight up the hill into the city and captured it. With their swords, they killed everyone in the city, men and women, young and old. They also killed the cattle, sheep, and donkeys."
"I'm gonna take you down / Down down down / So don't you fool around / I'm gonna pull it pull it /Pull the trigger."
U.S. deploys loud music, insults in Fallujah
Fallujah, Iraq — In Fallujah's darkened, empty streets, U.S. troops blast AC/DC's Hell's Bells and other rock music full volume from a huge speaker, hoping to grate on the nerves of this Sunni Muslim city's gunmen and give a laugh to marines along the front line.
"These guys don't have a centralized leader; they're just here to fight. I don't see what negotiations are going to do,"
'raq 'n' roll
Soldiers take on insurgents with a musical vengeance, cranking up the volume
I won't take no prisoners, won't spare no lives
Nobody's putting up a fight
I got my bell, I'm gonna take you to hell
I'm gonna get you . . .
While the tanks flattened Fallujah this month, Hell's Bells bombarded the town. Speakers as big as footlockers blared from Humvees' gun turrets. Boom boxes blasted off soldiers' backpacks. As the troops stormed closer, the music got louder. The song changed; the message remained the same.
I'm gonna take you down - down, down, down
So don't you fool around
I'm gonna pull it, pull it, pull the trigger
Shoot to thrill, play to kill . . .
Louder. Turn it up. LOUDER!
PSSSSssssss....I'm like evil, I get under your skin
Just like a bomb that's ready to blow
'Cause I'm illegal, I got everything
That all you women might need to
"These harassment missions work especially well in urban settings like Fallujah," he said. "The sounds just keep reverberating off the walls. "
LET THERE BE NOISE
Aaah aaah aaaaah ah! Aaah aaah aaaaah ah!
"...The Army has invested a lot of money into getting speakers that are smaller and more durable, so the men can carry them on their backs."
Take my hand
We're off to never-never land . . .
"Uncooperative prisoners are being exposed for prolonged periods to music from children's TV programmes Sesame Street ...
However, Amnesty International said such tactics may constitute torture."
I love you
You love me
We're a happy family
With a great big hug and a kiss from me to you
Won't you say you love me too!
"If you play it for 24 hours, your brain and body functions start to slide, your train of thought slows down and your will is broken. That's when we come in and talk to them."
Then Hetfield grew serious. He paused for a moment, then said, " ... If I listened to a death metal band for 12 hours in a row, I'd go insane, too. I'd tell you anything you wanted to know."
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