Securitron

  • In this song, lead singer/lyricist Burton Bell is saying that because of the information age and the high tech security that comes with it, we are being watched no matter what we do: "Your privacy denied, organized, and confined, no place to hide!" >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Chris Owens - Belfast, Ireland
  • Guitarist Dino Cazares tells us that Obsolete was the band's first concept album, and it took them about a year to make. This song fits into the concept as freedoms are being taken away from citizens who find themselves under increased surveillance.

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