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The Cyberiam resembles none of those, however, and creates a fusion of prog rock, heavy metal, industrial and space rock.
Starr talks to mission commander KEITH SEMPLE to discover programming secrets of this unique band and the origin of the unit.
I know we touched some people all over the globe and helped many worthy bands get some well deserved coverage. DARK STARR heads to the Windy City of Chicago to interrogate a futuristic new force in music known as THE CYBERIAM!
This band is composed to musical veterans who have worked with some of the biggest artists in the world.
The song appears on the 2004 album This Time Around.What they are protesting (other than the 55 mph speed limit, then recently introduced in response to the 1973 oil crisis) is shown by lines such as "we tore up all of our swindle sheets" (CB slang for log sheets used to record driving hours; the term referred to the practice of falsifying entries to show that drivers were getting proper sleep when, in reality, the drivers were driving more than the prescribed number of hours before mandatory rest in order to shorten trip time) and "left 'em settin' on the scales" (CB slang for Department of Transportation weigh stations on Interstates and highways to verify the weight of the truck and the drivers' hours of working through log books).The song also refers to toll roads: "We just ain't a-gonna pay no toll." Also the "hammer" is the accelerator pedal; putting it down fed more diesel fuel to the engine, therefore breaking the speed limit.By the time they get to "Chi-town" (Chicago, Illinois), the convoy includes a driver having the handle "Sodbuster", a "suicide jockey" (truck hauling explosives), and "11 long-haired friends of Jesus" (a reference to the then-current Jesus movement subset of Christianity) in a chartreuse VW Type 2 ("microbus").Meanwhile, the police have called out "reinforcements from the 'Illi-noise' (Illinois) National Guard".