Reveille caught my attention when I first listened to”Laced” and heard the song “Butterfly.” “Butterfly”may not seem like a hardcore song title, but don’t let the name fool you. It isawesome because it blends alternative rock and rap. With the combination of thesemusic styles, Reveille forms its own genre.
“Laced” isReveille’s debut album and almost every song is good. I think this band is one ofthe best out there today. Their amazing beats and lyrics are sure to keep a crowdmoving. If you are into alternative rock bands like Limp Bizkit and Korn, you’lllove Reveille. Lead vocalist Drew Simollares blends music with singing andrapping. His lyrics are very creative and make you look at things from adifferent perspective. But Reveille would be nothing without hardcore guitaristsGreg Sullivan and Steve Miloszewski, awesome bassist Carl Randolph and JustinWilson, perhaps one of the best drummers in the world. These five musicians areall teenagers and make Reveille completely original. With the right motivationand determination, Reveille will rise to the top of the music industry.
american literature 1000G1
Week 1 Creative Writing Assignment:
This week’s creative assignment is “What if…?” What if the time period of “Neighbour Rosicky” were changed to contemporary society? Write a 400-word creative response in which you rewrite one of the following scenes. Assume the setting is contemporary.
The opening conversation between Rosicky and Dr. Burleigh in Part I.
The scene between Polly, Rudolph, and Rosicky in Part IV.
Your submission must:
include a minimum of 400 words, written in paragraph form.
be written in the third-person point of view (academic voice).
be double spaced. A title page, running head, and abstract are not required.
be submitted as a Microsoft Word attachment on the submission page (click title above). Assignments not submitted in this way may be returned to you ungraded.
There is a no-research policy in place for this class. Using any material other than the assigned readings and lectures, even if it is correctly quoted and cited, will result in a failing grade for this assignment. Contact your instructor if you have questions about this policy.