After stumbling upon Tegan and Sara accidentally, I became hooked. Their sound is unique, yet easy to relate to. I started listening to their latest work, progressing backwards to their very first album and have yet to be disappointed. Their latest CD, “The Con,” is simply amazing.
The opening track, “I Was Married,” starts the album off with a beautiful melody, both simple and sweet. The title track, “The Con,” speeds things up a bit. One of the singles off the album, this is one of the most musically interesting as well. It has brilliant, if not slightly self pitying lyrics, such as, “Nobody likes to but I really like to cry. Nobody likes me, maybe if I cry.”
“Are You Ten Years Ago,” has a slightly remixed type beat, with haunting lyrics. The first single off the album, “Back In Your Head,” is absolutely amazing. The music, the words- everything is perfect. The next song, “Hop a Plane,” is another example of Tegan and Sara’s amazing songwriting abilities. The catchy beat and fast chorus are a perfect follow-up to the afforementioned song. My only complaint is that it ends too soon!
“Soil Soil,” has perhaps the sweetest, most genuine lyrics on the entire CD. It’s beauty lies in both the words and the music, and it is by far one of my favorites. “Nineteen,” is one of the better songs on the album, and will have you singing the infectious chorus in no time. The following track, “Floorplan,” took a couple of listens for me to really appreciate it’s beauty, but it quickly became one of the most-played tracks.
The last song, “Call it Off,” is one of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard. Tegan delivers breathtaking lyrics, and when backed by her sister Sara’s vocals, the song approaches perfection.
I recommend this album to those who like indie or alternative music, as well as those looking to add something different to their collection. You won’t be disappointed.
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Pork Chops Vs. People
Read the article: Iowa meatpacking plants put lives on the line in COVID pandemic
Express your thoughts about the Iowa governor publicly opposing the closing of the meatpacking plant because she was worried about the food supply disruption.
Include the following aspects in the assignment:
In a simple narrative, apply the ethical principles that you believe are pertinent to this statement (“We’re making sure that the work force is protected and, most importantly, that we’re keeping that food supply chain moving,”)
What additional ethical principles apply to other aspects of this situation (removal of the ability of the workers/families to sue, etc.)
Do you believe pork chops are more important than human lives?
Would this situation have happened if a different type of workforce were at risk?
Cite any references used. Use proper grammar, sentence structure, and spelling at all times. Use your own words. Copying and pasting is not allowed.