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The Digerati artwork by f451

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“The Digerati” – the only single F451 released, a straight up punk-rock song about digital crowns, jedis and genies, and saving the world. Not a favourite of the band’s, but one of the coolest designs we had – which is probably the important thing when it comes to a T-shirt.

Check out the original white version for dark backgrounds:


http://www.redbubble.com/people/f451/works/7359083-the-digerati-artwork

Get down! It’s the digital frontier
Get back, as the horizon disappears
Are we just the electronic herd?
Scraping genies out of dirty bottles

You’re a natural
You’re a natural
You’re a natural disaster

And the Digerati rule us now
In the age of electronic crowns
And it’s not a language I know
That’s changing the world that I know, I know
And the Digerati won’t let go
‘Til they’ve got your money and I told you so
And the advertising gets behind our eyelids, yeah

A thousand years we have waited for
But who the bloody hell has told the poor?
I don’t think we’ve got control
Get your jedis to fight your battles for you

You’re a natural
You’re a natural
You’re a natural disaster

And the Digerati rule us now
In the age of electronic crowns
And it’s not a language I know
That’s changing the world that I know, I know
And the Digerati won’t let go
‘Til they’ve got your money and I told you so
And the advertising gets behind – oh, it’s everywhere I look now!

There are no new systems
There are no new systems
There are no new systems

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rock, punk, indie, digerati, modem, f451, fahrenheit, 451, essex, chelmsford, britain, guitars, guitar, bass, drums, politics, internet, web, electronic, digital divide, html, code, java, binary, computers, net, computer

F451: 2003-2007
Indie punk rock from Essex, England.

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