Was bedeutet der Song und das Musikvideo „Aerials“ von System of a Down?


Why is it called Chop Suey System of a Down?

Chop Suey is a Chinese stew made with meat or fish, plus bamboo sprouts, onions, rice and water chestnuts. They used it for the name of the song because it describes their musical style, with lots of stuff thrown together.

Is Chop Suey a good song?

Song which has a great raging riff, vocals you want to sing with, much hidden potential and meaningful lyrics. I know that most of you probably won’t agree with me, but i believe that „Chop Suey!“ isn’t just my favourite song, but just is deep, high’detailed and the best song i’ve ever heard.

What does chop suey literally mean?

Search. I like to say, ‚Chop suey’s the biggest culinary joke that one culture has ever played on another,‘ because chop suey, if you translate into Chinese, means ‚tsap sui,‘ which, if you translate back, means ‚odds and ends.

What is the meaning of System of a Down?

“Our guitarist Daron Malakian had a poem called ‚Victims of a Down,‘ and we thought the word ‚victims‘ was a negative connotation, and so we kind of changed that to System, and that’s where the name of the group comes from.”

Why did System of a Down Break Up?

The band eventually split due to creative differences. Malakian, the second vocalist, started his own band in 2008 called Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway. System of a Down in its heyday was well known for its outrageous-political music, which kept metal alive when it was dying in the ’90s.

How did System of a Down Start?

System of a Down began by playing the southern California rock-club circuit, and attracted a strong following. They graduated to such venues as Roxy, the Whiskey, and the Troubadour, all of which are known as Los Angeles-area hot spots for music-industry executives searching for new talent.

What is Aerials in the sky about?

This song is about how people can lose their identities and become just like everyone else. Some lyric analysis: „Life is a waterfall,we’re one in the river, one again after the fall.“ – We all start off the same and we all end up the same.