Track By Tracks: Dr. Schafausen - How Can You Die? (2023)

1. How Can You Die?:

The theme of suicide can be difficult to address in a sensitive and respectful manner, but if treated with the right attention, it could lead to greater understanding and awareness of this issue. The song seems to suggest a continuous struggle against depression and suicidal thoughts, and the figure of the devil could be interpreted as a personification of these dark thoughts that try to take control. The song is an excellent form of expression to address such complex themes, which if treated with the right attention, could lead to greater understanding and awareness of this issue. However, it is important to remember that the song, although respectfully addressing this issue, avoids encouraging or romanticizing suicide.

2. Anger:

A very intense and powerful song that tries to capture the emotion of anger in an explosive and desperate way. Anger is a very complex feeling and often difficult to manage, and it is dealt with in a very interesting way through this song. The use of shouted and desperate singing is an effective way to express the intensity of anger, and certainly captures the attention of listeners in an incredible way. However, it is important to remember that anger can be a dangerous emotion if not managed properly, and could lead to destructive behaviors.

3. Brain Fog:

The lyrics speak of the anxiety and stress that can cause the feeling of losing control of one's life and mind. The protagonist of the song feels prey to confused thoughts and endless images and fears losing their sanity. In addition, the song explores the theme of the illusion that can be created by those around us, and how often we do not really know others, nor do others really know us. Despite this, the protagonist of the song tries to stay calm and find the strength to overcome life's challenges, even when it seems impossible to do so.

4. Gaming Disorder:

The song's lyrics speak of an experience of isolation and loneliness, with the protagonist feeling empty and without internal warmth. To find comfort, they take refuge behind a screen and immerse themselves in games or other activities that ultimately destroy them. Despite everything, the protagonist claims to still have the desire to break free from this state of alienation due to video games. The song also expresses concern for past mistakes and the fact that we often hide from the truth and portray ourselves as victims. In the final part of the song, the protagonist expresses the desire to find love and human warmth, as a sort of salvation from their loneliness.

5. Daydreaming:

The song is about a dream that no one can see, but the author is imagining it in their own mind. The author desires for their dream to become a reality and for the world around them to be a better place, without grayness and gloomy environments. The author admits to being a dreamer but does not want their dreams to end. The song urges you to have dreams and make them come true so that magic can surround you.

6. Comet (Music and lyrics by Niccolò Pagnacco .. Dr.Schafausen's son):

The song "Comet" is about a character who addresses a comet, asking it to come and take them away with it. The protagonist reflects on their own mistakes and how they have never tried to be themselves, but have always conformed to the expectations of others. The comet is described as a lifelong friend, capable of cleaning them of all evil and represents the pride of the universe. In addition, the comet is also a friend of death and knows the fate of the protagonist. The protagonist needs a light that can illuminate their path. The comet is seen as a higher entity, able to understand the protagonist more than anyone else. The song invites the protagonist and listeners to not run away from life and not try to change who we are but to accept themselves for who we are and embrace our destiny.

7. We Are Digital:

The lyrics speak of technological progress and the transformation of the human being into a digital creature, selling their soul to a "binary demon" that will shape their dreams. The author describes their current state as devoid of emotions and with decimal blood, their brain has been nullified, their memory emptied, and their internal processes corrupted. However, they see their new digital life as a way to free themselves from diseases and material problems and encourage others to follow them. The author has sold themselves to the binary demon and has no regrets, happy to leave their old self behind and embrace the digital future.

8. Hikikomori:

Hikikomori is a particular category of Japanese youth who choose to completely withdraw from society and isolate themselves at home for prolonged periods, often for many years. It is estimated that there are around 1.2 million hikikomori in Japan. Hikikomori often live with their parents and spend much of their day in their room, engaging in activities such as video games, internet browsing, reading, writing, or watching movies and TV shows. The causes of hikikomori are not yet fully understood but seem to be a combination of socio-cultural, psychological, and family factors. The high social pressure in Japan, the difficulty of finding a job and building meaningful relationships, and the pressure to achieve excellent results in school and at work, can contribute to making hikikomori feel inadequate and unable to face the outside world. The condition of hikikomori can have serious consequences for the mental and physical health of the young people involved and can cause stress and difficulties even for family members and society as a whole. Unfortunately, the phenomenon is also affecting young Europeans and therefore also Italians.

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