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After the first few songs, the people slowly woke up and moved a bit around. Setlist If the Camels die, we die When it all goes down Quid pro quo Kill your friends Birthday Boy When McCarthy came knocking at my door Be better than me You better The mad ones Patient Patient Stay down stay strong This was is like a Drug to you Most recently, the band has declared solidarity with the global Occupy Together movement. A quick start with fast songs, the band welcomes the Rockhal. The boys were so full of energy that this one immediately passed to the crowd.
These sang along to many songs and had a lot of fun. I tried to put both of them in the lyrics. It's a great place, but there's a dark underbelly as well. Huntington Beach had some of the biggest riots in the '80s and '90s so that side of the place always existed.
At the end of the day, I want people to know it's a fun, summer song. Bob told me to write about Huntington. It seems weird to write about your hometown—like you're bragging or something. He said people in the rest of the world have a different perception of California. It's like a dream place. It might be where you live, but others don't see it the way you do. You've got to have fun.
It's also a good way to cope. There's a lot of silly stuff out there, and it's good to laugh and have fun with it. Noodles: "It's a silly fun and song. Some of the tracks are more serious and require more thought from the listener.
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This is about shaking your ass. I call these kinds of songs 'ear worms.
I wanted to call it 'Caboose. Dexter Holland: "It's a different song because we're using a lot of keyboards. The subject matter is a relationship. Relationship songs can be really dark and depressing.
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Or if they're romantic, they don't feel right for our band because we don't want to be cheesy. If I'm writing about a relationship, there will be two sides to it. Things aren't black and white in real life. There's always some gray area. You can be the best and worst guy in the world at the same time. You can take the song a couple of different ways. It could be that the lovers are hanging on through the storm because all they have left is each other.
That's the romantic way. Or, it could be one person is hanging on even though they should be apart.
You can interpret it opposite ways even though it's the same lyrics. Noodles: "There are some pretty guitar parts in it that provide a yin and yang with all that sadness. Dexter Holland: "That's one of the songs I built on for a long time.