Now, many in the youtube comments section have expressed regret at finding out their vocals aren't just sounds but actual, even brilliant, lyrics. I'm going to ruin it for you by only including the vids that show the lyrics cuz I find the videos distracting. I'm having an impossible time trying to decide which to put 1st. Hopefully this one will keep your around for more:
The story behind this next one: Gerda Taro was a war photojournalist in Spanish Civil War. She died at age 26 in 1937 when a tank collided into the side of a car she was riding on. The other important name in this song was Gerda's romantic interest and colleague, Robert Capa. In '54, during the First Indochina War, Capa retreated from his Jeep in a hostile war zone to take pictures. He stepped on a land mine which blew apart his leg. He died with his camera in his hand.
Sweet, infectious and a touch folksy, but with some dark-assed lyrics, inspired by the movie Where the Wild Things Are:
Surprisingly hard and almost dubstep, my original favorite:
I know you're thinking I'm putting their whole CD here.
I'm having to restrain myself to not add Bloodflood and Tessalate and Matilda. OK, OK I'll stop.