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Crime and Punishment

by Regional Justice Center

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at0ms "Until the system is changed, nothing is changed; we'll just be in the streets again chanting a different name" -Mumia
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Wide Eye Open to the World Shown Forming Thought Of Right and Wrong Innocent Haze Giving Way To Corrupt Ideal Lost Days Taught To Steal It’s all for Free It’s Meant To Be It is Yours If You Want It All You Have To Do Is Take It Innocence Robbed Too Young Now I Take What I Want
DUST OFF 01:20
The Crave for Bad To Inflict Pain Internal Life On Display No Backwards Step No Right Way The Pain Is Yours Saw It On TV Brain Cells Decay Saw It On TV Unhear Inhalation Static Forms A Patern Connecting Dots From Nothing Turning To Dust Inhale the Chemical Feel The Fall
Slashed to Skin Committed to Endless Memory Passed On Absence Tends to Scar When Day’s Don’t Last And Presence Is Passive Passed Out The Pain Is Yours It’s a Waste Disdain A Reputation A Stain For All To See Roots Wrapped Around My Neck Stranglehold On What I’ll Become
Animal Instinct Takes It’s Hold It Unravels and Unfolds It Sucks Out the Life And Shows You the Door Do You Lie To Get What You Want? Drenched Soaked Wet A Sick Get Knowing All Along Do You Lie To Get You Want? Pathetic Men Laid Bare Fault Lines Exposed Shown to be Small Expulsion Leading to Decay
Living Snow Globe Life Easy To Turn Upside Down Not Easy To Come Back Now Violent Kick To Ribs Knocks Out All The Wind Display On The Front Lawn Shows the Harm Done Anger Doesn’t Fade Land Mines In Thoughts Brain as Hand Grenade It Runs In The Background It Doesn’t Fade Smoldering In The Front I Lay Ashe Leaves a Pattern Trash Life On Display
Egotistical Plot To Dethrone and Enslave Without Perception No Succession Left In an Unmarked Grave The Throat Cut Feeds The Young Self Destruction or Betterment Perilous Interaction In Pursuit of Conquest It’s Either the Bottom or the Top Long Way To Fall I’d Rather Not
Never Thought It Could Be Me To Sleep On Concrete Pavement Pavement Stings How Could I be Here? It was me Sleep I’ll Drown Myself I’ll Burn My Bridge Sleep On Concrete
To Lose Track of Time To Escape from Life Self Inflicted Self Injected Until the Brain Expands From The Head Temporary Reprieve From Emotional Terror Blood Returning To Person Temporary Reset Damned to Cycle
Tensions Build Until Something Breaks Time to think Long Since Passed Situation No Way Back From Fist To Face To Knife to Gut To Giving Chase To Giving Up
Taught Through The Way of Raise Insufficient Funds Insufficient Pay Finally Saw a Way Down and Out Is a Way of Life A Pact Made With Yourself To Stay The Same Meant To Thrive Left To Die I Wish There Was A Way to Get Back Home But Now We’re Left To Carry The Weight


released March 5, 2021

All Songs Written by Ian Shelton
Except "Sickness On Display" written by Che Hise-Gattone & Ian Shelton
and "Solvent" Written by Alex Haller & Ian Shelton
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Taylor Young at The Pit Recording Studio in Van Nuys, CA
Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege in Portland, OR
Layout and Design by Mark McCoy
Released by Closed Casket Activities
Thank you Justin.


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