Sound of silence

Driving along and ‘The Sound of Silence’ streamed through the speakers… not the gentle, contemplative Simon & Garfunkel version, rather the re-make by Disturbed.

Powerful, visceral and somehow more suited, I think, to the world now… haunting and within its dark tones, a call to action. Well, that’s my interpretation of it.

What do you think?



– FlorenceT

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  1. The sounds of silence has always been one of my favorites. I must confess while I do prefer the original this version does have a ghostly quality about it, which is pleasant to hear.

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