ORGY ‘Talk Sick’ Album Lyrics + Review

Read the short album review at Orgy: Meeting Jay Gordon ‘Sick Talk’ Tour and read the track-by-track review below, including ‘Talk Sick’ lyrics. If it has a ‘(/)’ in the lyrics, it means I’m not sure if that is the correct lyric. I did my best listening intently and I have worked for over 2 1/2 years at iHeartRadio for Clear Channel Media + Entertainment from 2011-2014 working in the music engineering department listening for content before songs would be aired on the radio nationally.

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– Anthony T Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Jay Gordon - Talk Sick Tour 1 - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

TALK SICK

You’ve got some nerve to throw it in my face
Tsunami coming from miles
They want your money, honey
Redlight District to get yourself a taste
Don’t they seem so loving?

Trick or treat and we fade away
Kicked to the curb on judgment day
A pinch of salt in your hater-ade
Just a little bit of torture
Hoping that you’ll blast away

[Hook]
Move a little closer
Listen to the clock tick
Tell me if you want it
Yeah, I can make you talk sick
Move a little closer
Listen to the clock tick
It’s all about control
Yeah, I can make you talk sick

Come fake the fire, desire
Get you higher than high
Fire, fire, desire
Suck you dryer than dry
Just see the sequel
To race you to the steeple
And laugh
But on the bright side
We should bang one last time

On the dream but we scared away
Feed the creeps as you blow L.A.
All the money get all these lames
Got a bullet and a bee sting
Does anybody feel okay?!  (/)
HEEYY!!!! / LAAME!!!

[Hook]
Move a little closer
Listen to the clock tick
Tell me if you want it
Yeah, I can make you talk sick
Move a little closer
Listen to the clock tick
It’s all about control
Yeah, I can make you talk sick/toxic

I can make you talk sick/toxic x2

Trick or treat and we fade away (fade away)
Kicked to the curb on judgment day
A pinch of salt in your hater-ade
Just a little bit of torture
Hoping that you’ll blast away…

But on the bright side
We should bang one last time

[Hook]
Move a little closer
Listen to the clock tick
Tell me if you want it
Yeah, I can make you talk sick
Move a little closer
Listen to the clock tick
It’s all about control
Yeah, I can make you talk sick/toxic

Move a little closer (Move a little closer)
Tell me if you want it, yeah
(I can make you talk sick)
Move a little closer
(Listen to the clock tick)
It’s all about control
Yeah, I can make you talk sick/toxic

I can make you toxic
Listen to the clock tick x2
I can make you talk sick
Listen to the clock tick
I can make you toxic
Listen to the clock tick
I can make you talk sick

Listen to the clock tick…

“Talk Sick” Review:
Gritty, grimy with synth slammin’ and fast shooting melodies, ‘Talk Sick’ revives the vibe we know and love about the creative orgy of sounds giving the band the name they have carried since they were signed to Elementree Records (by Jonathan Davis, lead singer of KoRn) and adds a pretty heavy twist that some may remember from Punk Statik Paranoia while being as original as songs from Candyass such as Fetisha, Dissention and Platinum. If you were to compare it to earlier work, Talk Sick almost  sounds like a raging version of Leave Me Out without all the constant screaming, but with paralyzing dark undertones. Frequently, Jay lays down a sort of rap while the guitars spastically rumble.

The revival of Orgy in this track brings one hell of an opener (Talk Sick is the EP title) so be prepared to chant “I can make you talk sick” almost sounding as if you are saying “I can make you toxic”  and take it however you want. The lyrics here are pure original and pretty outstanding considering it to be a fast-paced rock song.

5/5 – Brings back original Orgy style while maintaining its independent heavy rock sounds with a tempo-changing breakdown that will make you nod your head and hit repeat.

*When I met Jay Gordon at the Sick Talk Tour premiere in LA on 3.21.15, he told me that his favorite track from the album is in fact “Talk Sick”.

Jay Gordon - Orgy live 3.21.15 LA - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

SPELLS

Welcome to a dangerous life
A dangerous ride
A dangerous kiss
Give me all of your attention
Keep up with the class
Or sink with the ship

Uhh
But I can’t put my finger on it
She’s got her lips wrapped all around it
Redbull – give me wings to fly
But the fact is here tonight

[Hook]
I’ve seen the devil has got me in a spell
But I’m not one to kiss and tell
(Kiss and tell)
I’ve seen the devil has got me in a spell
But I’m not one to kiss and tell
(Kiss and tell)

Dig in and heat it up
Talk the small talk
And beat it up
Kiss those lips
And turn to dust
Don’t trust machines
They’re just like us

I can’t put my finger on it
Got her lips wrapped all around it
This spell’s gonna win the fight
But the fact here is tonight

[Hook]
I’ve seen the devil has got me in a spell
But I’m not one to kiss and tell
(Kiss and tell)
I’ve seen the devil has got me in a spell
But I’m not one to kiss and tell
(Kiss and tell)

Speak those spells
And everyone falls
Twisted chicks on alcohol
(Can’t put my- Put my finger on it)

Got her lips wrapped all around it
Twisted chicks on alcohol
(She’s got her – )
(Can’t put my- Put my finger on it)
(Can’t put my finger on it-  Put my finger on it)

[Hook]
I’ve seen the devil has got me in a spell
But I’m not one to kiss and tell
(Kiss and tell)
I’ve seen the devil has got me in a spell
But I’m not one to kiss and tell
(Kiss and tell)

Kiss and Tell
(Kiss and tell)

I’ve seen the devil has got me in a spell
But I’m not one to kiss and tell
(Kiss and tell) x3

“Spells” Review:
The beginning of “Spells” reminds me of the robotic-sung verses of Opticon, but quickly diverts and changes into something even more pleasant and creative. When the chorus comes in and be prepared for it to sneak into your head later in the day like it did to me. Lyrics reflect maybe even a continuation of Fiction (Dreams In Digital) from their 2nd album Vapor Transmission. The electric sounds remind me kind of like the Donkey Kong Country soundtrack (but a lot heavier) and the song will get you ready for all the dancier rock songs that continue to take a darker route all the way to ‘Monster’ while still dishing out sing-a-long anthems.

The production is strong as the bridge plays with vocal filters and effects and kind of glitches out in a well-placed fashion. The final guitar solo is worth the listen as the chorus rings in your head “I see the devil’s got me in a spell / But I’m not one to kiss and tell” and believe me, those words will fall off your lips at some point during your week.

4.7/5
At 3 minutes, the song does its purpose, but parts of it reminded me of things I did not really like in Opticon, primarily the sci-fi-induced static verse presentation in the first few lines, but that’s my personally opinion and I still enjoy most of everything that is created in ‘Spells’. It’s actually grown a lot on me since the first listen and is quickly becoming a new favorite.

Jay Gordon - Orgy live - head tilt - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

SUCK IT

I’m fucked up
It’s a quarter til 3
Looking at you
As you’re looking at me
Pretty baby
I want you to be…
Mine

Of all the suicide girls
I picked you
Because you got a little waist
And a cute tattoo
I want you more
Tonight
You dirty little whore

Don’t fight it
Let me in
I don’t need another friend
We can fuck the night away
Don’t fight it
Let me in
I don’t need another friend
Yeah, we can fuck the night away!

[Hook]
I don’t want to love you
(I don’t want to love you)
‘Cause baby, you’re mistaken that I’m here for you
I don’t want to love you
(Sex and lies is what I do)
Baby, you’re mistaken that I’m here for you
So suck it!

The party’s over
Now the damage is done
Your pain is faced left an impression on my pillow
Talk sick
Sexies/  One I haven’t done (/)
Swervin’ down the 101
You stupid bitch
Just give me some

Don’t fight it
Let me in
I don’t need another friend
We can fuck the night away
Don’t fight it
Let me in
I don’t need another friend
Yeah, we can fuck the night away!

[Hook]
I don’t want to love you
(I don’t want to love you)
‘Cause baby, you’re mistaken that I’m here for you
I don’t want to love you
(Sex and lies is what I do)
Baby, you’re mistaken that I’m here for you
So suck it!

I don’t want to love you
(Suck it! Suck it!)
Suck it…!

Ahah!
I don’t want to love you
(Suck it! Suck it!)
‘Cause I don’t want to love you

[Hook]
I don’t want to love you
(I don’t want to love you)
‘Cause baby, you’re mistaken that I’m here for you
I don’t want to love you
(‘Cause Sex and lies is what I do)
Baby, you’re mistaken that I’m here for you
So suck it!

I don’t want to love you
I don’t want to love you!
‘Cause baby, you’re mistaken that I’m here for you
I don’t want to love you
Se- I don’t want to love you!
‘Cause baby, you’re mistaken that I’m here for you
So suck it!

“Suck It” Review:
Let me just say that as a trashy sex song, the pulsating guitars are going to get stuck in your head as the screaming chant “Suck It!” is repeated. Besides being the most provocative song that Orgy has put out to date yet, reminiscent lyrics like “dirty little whore” will remind you of the song “Dizzy”, the closing on their Candyass album, which may bring back the reason you like Orgy to begin with, but has a vampiric atmosphere going along with the theme of “Suck It.”

When the breakdown comes in, the classic trippy-zoning sounds of all instruments whirl through as Jay repeats “I don’t want to love you” and is one to please. “Suck It” may find its way to being favorited when you don’t want to give a flying suck. His raging vocals may also bring one back to the pre-chorus in “Vague” which makes this rock song stand out on its own, but is evolved while implementing what made them so good as a band to begin with. And these are mostly new members?(Besides vocalist Jay Gordon of course.) BravOrgy! (Bravo and Orgy… I just made that up.)

4.9/5

Jay Gordon - Orgy live mic - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

COME BACK

Bomb breaker
Earth shaker
Like a monkey wrench
A salt shaker
Such a faker
Moon maker
Back breaker
My middle finger’s up for the troublemaker

Via Sada (/)
Get your fix
Double down
Tinsel town
Now drown those tricks

Locked up in the back of the black and white
Took one for the team tonight

You’ve got me curious
Why you’re so furious
Bitch, let your hair down
Shut up and relax awhile

Who pulls ya back
You love to serve (/)
Keeps fucking with your learning curve
Bitch, let you’re hair down
Try hard not to fake a smile

[Bridge]
Now I can make you come back
Anytime I want to (want to… want to.. want to)
Now I can make you famous
Suck it up and take this (take this… t-t-t-take this)

[Hook]
Bitch, go ahead and let it be
You’re gonna make an enemy out of me
Misery loves a little company
So I don’t want a kid ’cause you had my baby (/)
Go ahead and let it be
You’re gonna make an enemy out of me
Misery loves a little company
So I don’t want a kid ’cause you had my baby (/)
Go ahead and let it be

Busy little actress
On the mattress
Your aftermath
Is so disastrous
Darth Vader
Agitator
Such a Jedi with your lightsaber
You’re a-
Soul taker
Living life on your back tonight
You’re a real heartbreaker
Daywalker
Night stalker
Gonna sink in your fangs a little deeper

You’ve got me curious
Why you’re so furious
Bitch, let your hair down
Shut up and relax awhile

Who pulls you back
You love to serve (/)
Keeps fucking with your learning curve
Bitch, let you’re hair down
Try hard not to fake that smile
(Smile…)

[Bridge]
Now I can make you come back
Anytime I want to (Anytime I want to… I can make you come back)
Now I can make you famous
Suck it up and take this (take this… t-t-t-take this)
(Take- Take – Take – Take – T-t-t-Take this!)

[Hook]
Bitch, go ahead and let it be
You’re gonna make an enemy out of me
Misery loves a little company
So I don’t want a kid ’cause you had my baby (/)

Go ahead and let it be
You’re gonna make an enemy out of me
Misery loves a little company
So I don’t want a kid ’cause you had my baby (/)

(Ay!
Baby!)
Now I can make you come back
Anytime I want to (want to..want to…want to..)

Now I can make you come back
Anytime I want to
Now I can make you come back (I can make you come back)
Anytime I want to
I can make you famous
Suck it up and take this
Take this
Take-take-take
Take this

“Come Back” Review:
If you didn’t want another song to get stuck in your head, too late. “Come Back” is one of the catchiest songs on the record with every section of the song offering something new and contorting with different sounds. The pre-chorus especially has an almost soothing 90’s vibe that then switches to some metal-raging angst of Jay telling the person that you’re gonna “come back”, almost being controlling and dominant with the person.

The lyrics seem to say that since he’s famous (or king sh!t), that this person may not be happy, but will enjoy being with him in different ways anyway. I like this song because it’s kind of dancy with a lot of heavy rock at the same time. Lyrically, the ‘dominance’ acts like a narrative and could be interpreted as saying that some people in the industry/music biz may even act this way. It’s a unique and pretty genius song if you ask me which is why it is tied for being one of the most stand-out tracks on the Talk Sick EP and is a personal favorite.

5/5

Jay Gordon - Orgy live CU 2 - mic - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Wide Awake And Dead

Sleeping with your headphones turned up
Looking like a doll
Pillow talk to solve your problems
Another to break your fall

So here we go again
It’s a race to cut ties
The mental hopscotch has got us feeling paralyzed
The thrill of the chase
A loveless embrace
A big chance to twist your faith

‘Cause you don’t care about nothing
Oooo You don’t care about anything

[Hook]
When it rains it pours
Everybody needs to take a little something for the head (Oohhh)
Does it make you feel better wide awake and dead
‘Cause you’re acting like a zombie
(Oh wide awake and dead)
Like a zombie

The sun is out now before we melt to the ground
And all is said and done
One more chance to think it over
Before the wipe out comes

Here we go again (here we go again)
From one fiend to another
We’re perfect for each other
The thrill of the chase
A loveless embrace
A big chance to twist your faith

‘Cause you don’t care about nothing
Oooo You don’t care about anything

[Hook]
When it rains it pours
Everybody needs to take a little something for the head (Oohhh)
Does it make you feel better wide awake and dead
‘Cause you’re acting like a zombie…

When it rains it pours
Everybody needs to take a little something for the head (Oohhh)
Does it make you feel better wide awake and dead
Cause you’re acting like a zombie
(Oh wide awake and dead)
Like a zombie!
Like a zombie!

[Reprise]
When it rains it pours
Everybody needs to take a little something for the head (Oohhh)
Does it make you feel better wide awake and dead
‘Cause you’re acting like a zombie
(Oh wide awake and dead)
When it rains it pours
Everybody needs to take a little something for the head (Oohhh)
Does it make you feel better wide awake and dead
‘Cause you’re acting like a zombie
Ohhh wide awake and dead…

Review:
Wide Awake and Dead was released in 2014 as Orgy’s new single after 2012’s “Grime of the Century” and boy, did it strike a wave with me… a wave of refreshing cool ocean water splashing off some of the distaste I had with certain releases today. (Let me explain. It seems as though there are plenty of talents making moves, but we are force-fed mediocre and limited talents that are making all the moves while starving independent artists have talents that are thrown to the side as if they are a stupid ragdoll with a zombie brain, when in turn, that is what THEY are for not utilizing and celebrating the gift of life and talent in all degrees.)

WAD explains as Jay tells you that “when it rains it pour and everybody needs to take a little something for the head”. Oh oh oh oh oh how fantastic are these lyrics in a world-turned zombified with technology and no appreciation for humanity while many are being manipulated by corporations and industries to only want to like a certain thing, or thinking only on what’s on TV is ‘cool’ (or YouTube nowadays) and people nowadays seem to think that life is about lying and just getting their way and raping the mindsets of others rather than encouraging us to become a better species. Clearly, I like this song, it somewhat even relates to concepts I have put in my film projects at trippytranfilms.com including our soon-to-be-released debut feature ‘Obliquity’, and if I get to talk to Jay and the D1 team again, I will ask to utilize the song in a collaboration. It’s that good. Listen to it now. And go watch the music video. It’s colorful and awesome.

7/5

Jay Gordon - blue trip - Orgy live - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

G FACE

Don’t look so down and out
Built your house
You burned it down
You’re not so innocent now (now)
Just can’t wait to blow this place
Feeling like a basket case
Yeah, we play
Replay
Let me see your G Face

Underneath the broken gown
Live so solid (/)
Broken down
Somehow you’re living a dream
Just like that you’re lost in space
Bitch-slapped in your poker face
Yeah, we play, replay
Let me see your G face

[Hook]
Throw your tips on the table
And let it ride
When the sun comes up
We won’t remember tonight
We jump another capitol
Flat on our faces
And that’s how we play
Replay
Let me see your G face

You’re the captain
Now you’re in control
Your ship is sinking oh so slow
Too late for promises now
All those white girls dance around and sing
Head to toe
And gathering
Yeah, we play
Replay
Let me see your G Face
Into the deep we go
Just how low
We’ll never know
You look to drag us down
Lost a bit of aftertaste
Waking in a windowspace (/)
Yeah, we play
Replay
Let me see your G Face

[Hook]
Throw your tips on the table
And let it ride
When the sun comes up
We won’t remember tonight
We jump another capitol
Flat on our faces
And that’s how we play
Replay
Let me see your G face

Throw your tips on the table
And let it ride
When the sun comes up
We won’t remember tonight
We jump another capitol
Flat on our faces
And that’s how we play
Replay
Let me see your G face

[Bridge]
Let me see your G face!

Another soldier
And they sit and kid
You’re looking good
But you’re feeling the pressure
Another day
Another cut to the head
We look inside
Before they left you for dead
Another soldier
And they sit and kid
You’re looking good
But you’re feeling the pressure
Switching geek (/)
Put your body in check
And that’s how we play
Replay
Let me see your G face (G face! G face!)

Now a pick a place
A face – it needs it (/)
Same poles standing
Like masturbation (/)

[Reprise]
Throw your tips on the table
And let it ride
When the sun comes up
We won’t remember tonight
We jump another capitol
Flat on our faces
And that’s how we play
Replay
Let me see your G face

Throw your tips on the table
And let it ride
When the sun comes up
We won’t remember tonight
We jump another capitol
Flat on our faces
And that’s how we play
Replay
Let me see your G face

Let me see your G face! (Let me see your G face!) x2
G Face
Let me see your G face

Review:
The ‘G Face’ track comes on and when I first heard it, I almost thought the G stood for “gimmicky”, but soon found it to be one of the most unique tracks on the album that never takes itself seriously and stands out on purpose. Even the female background track saying “G face” only once in the entire track makes it worth a listen alone (or is it a guy?), then it switches gears back into the classic Orgy-esque digital trance cooldown at the bridge leaving one wondering – what really is a G face?

With the track being so new, I found it even more likable when I wrote down and intently listened to what Jay Gordon is saying, but still cannot decipher what could possibly be a G face. A guilt face? A goat face? The lyrics mention them being a band partying on tour traveling to different capitols (if I’m hearing correctly) and spending money (tips, or is it tits?) and wanting to see a G face on the replay. At the live show in L.A., Jay shouted out to a girl friend and said something about her knowing what a G face is and liking to make it. Who knows, it’s still early on the release, but this is one helluva jam!

4.9/5

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

MONSTER
(also known as ‘MONSTER IN ME‘ based on the digital download card files.)

(Monster.. Monster)

Surrounded by an army
They love you on the floor
(Maybe they love you… They really love you)
And the blood, sweat and tears
Makes ’em wanting more
(They want you more… They want you more)
Do what you touch (/)
So you want it
You’re ready, willing and able
(Ready, willing and able)
Little girl, don’t be so rude
The way you flaunt that attitude
I don’t need that bullshit tonight
I’m trying to get you in the mood

It’s not your fault
That the bitch in you
Is your enemy
She’s just afraid of the monster in you
The monster in me
The monster in me!

[Hook]
Ohh
How high can we get
So young and dumb
We forget
So innocent
Til we find out
The monster in you
Is the monster in me!

A little bit of torture
A little bit of pain
Na-na-na-na-na-na
Na-na-na-na In pain

Dead and buried
Must be so scary
To be so underground
(I’ll take you out, I’ll take you out)
Save face with the basic crowd
They want you
Fight your way out
(As you won’t make it down)
Down and out on the Sunset Strip
(Down and out on the Sunset Strip)
Hard as black as your fingertips
(Hard as black as your fingertips)
Don’t look now, but you’ve lost your grip
I’m watching you now
I’m watching you now

It’s not your fault
That the bitch in you
Is your enemy
She’s just afraid of the monster in you
The monster in me
The monster in me!

[Hook]
Ohh
How high can we get
So young and dumb
We forget
So innocent
Til we find out
The monster in you
Is the monster in me!

Ohh
How high can we get
So young and dumb
We forget
So innocent
Til we find out
The monster in you
Is the monster in me!

(The monster in you is the monster in me)

Ahhh
I don’t know another way
To lock you up and throw away
The key is to the kingdom
And the locks of hate unite it babe (/)
In the middle of the night
Theyyyy wanna see
I’m just a monster
Coming for you
So go ahead in your dreams
Think you (/)
If I look over your shoulder (/)
Just ’cause it’s gonna be me  (/)
Just a cold-blooded killer
You’ll never kill the monster in me

Monster
Monster
Monster!

[Reprise]
Ohh
How high can we get
So young and dumb
We forget
So innocent
Til we find out
The monster in you
Is the monster in me!
Ohh
How high
Ohh
How high
Ohh
How high can we get
Ohh
How high
Ohh
How high
Ohh
How high can we get
When the monster in you is the monster in me

Ohh
How high can we get
So young and dumb
We forget
So innocent
Til we find out
The monster in you
Is the monster in me!

She’s just afraid of the monster in me!
He’s just afraid of the monster in me!

REVIEW:
Monster comes on, and it seems as though Orgy just got mainstream all of a sudden, playing with effects like its a requirement until the chorus gives us a curious melody. In most areas, the vocal filters really do work. The bridge is a wild gathering of v effects being sung at you and better when the hook focuses on Jay’s vocals. The song is catchy, and does have a tale to be told, which is something Orgy has done since their debut, Candyass, but can be considered a single for mainstream dance rock to some degree, because it is what radio stations would want to play off of this album. It stands out completely and that may be a good thing.

Everything is pretty much on point, down to being another tale of being around a groupie or someone wanting sex once again in verse 1 or talking about being  on Sunset Strip on Hollywood and a certain concert, perhaps.

Final Review:
It’s a nice wrap up and is very enjoyable, but then we’re left yearning for more Orgy after hearing such a polished final track and wondering what the 2nd EP they release this year has in store, giving such an ambiguous and wild-sounding ending to ‘Talk Sick’. “The monster in you is the monster in me.” Such bold words are quite fitting to be in the end of the track, tying up ‘Talk Sick’ with a 4.9 rating for me.

4.9/5

Album Score: 4.9

Here’s to the next EP being just as enjoyable.

Bassist Orgy live - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Guitarist - ORgy live - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Jay Gordon Orgy live - shadow photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

ORGY live at Whisky A Go Go – Photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films 3/21/15

I spoke to Jay Gordon at their first show of the Sick Talk tour, as formerly mentioned, when I asked if there was another EP coming in which he confirmed is true. I spoke to his tour crew and was told that ‘Talk Sick’ just wrapped up, so they don’t have an official date for the release. Here’s to bigger and bolder things from Orgy continuing now – and on their continuance of releasing fresh music to new generations as well as the ones that grew up listening to them. #jaygordonlivesbitches

 

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Meeting Jay Gordon and ORGY Performs w/ ‘Talk Sick’ EP Lyrics + Review

Orgy cardfront

KoRn signed Orgy to Elemtree Records in 1998 (when I was just 10 years old.) I have followed Orgy through Candyass, Vapor Transmission (2000) and even their third release (and first independent release under D1 Music) Punk Statik Paranoia (2004) – an EP of 9 tracks. Finally in 2012, they released a new song “Grime of the Century” with all new members besides lead singer Jay Gordon, but had no mention if there was an album associated with the single.

Jay Gordon & Anthony Tran - b&w

Me, Anthony Tran with Jay Gordon, lead singer of Orgy

It’s been 11 years since Orgy has released an album and now in March 2015, we’re given a 7-track EP known as Talk Sick. Released as a download card at their first tour of 2015 at The Whisky A Go Go on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA on 3.21.15 – and according to sources – was just mastered 3 weeks before then. So what can we expect from industrial nu-metal rockers Orgy? Is the album worth the listen?
Jay Gordon live Whiskey A Go Go 3.21.15 (main) photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films
The answer is yes, yes and YES. There’s so much presented here in just these 7 tracks, but they never push too hard to fit in with the rest of the music industry today. Implementing their nu-metal roots with synth and hints of the 90’s sound of Candyass with a sprinkled mix of the early 2000’s Vapor Transmission and Punk Statik Paranoia are all presented here, but now the sound (and even the lyrics) have gotten more defined and a heck edgier with heavier guitars and electronic sounds being the album every Orgy fan (and even nu-metal fan) will love.

The band’s unique, and considerably explicit title of a band name, Orgy (meaning an orgy of sounds) is what you’re going to get in this release because each song does offer something different, including the essential need to be provocative with sex, drugs and rock and roll.
Buy the album at their website: http://www.orgymusic.com/talksick/

My favorite tracks:
Wide Awake and Dead
Talk Sick
Come Back
G Face

Orgy cardbackThe other songs had to grow on me, and some of them still are after a couple days, but are all so original that it’s worth listening to over and over again until “replay replay, let me see your G face” or “Suck It!”, or “I’ve seen the devil has got me in a spell, But I’m not one to kiss and tell” or “the monster in you is the monster in me!” is played and believe me – it will stick like imprints on your brain once you hear it.

Orgy performed all 7 songs on tour off of this EP and for good reason. See the live video recorded from my cell phone below. I listened intently to every song and wrote down lyrics from what I could understand. The lyrics link is below this video.

Talk Sick Lyrics herehttp://trippytranfilms.com/2015/03/27/orgy-talk-sick-album-review/
Track-By-Track Review of Talk Sick herehttp://trippytranfilms.com/2015/03/27/orgy-talk-sick-album-review/

I have listened to the songs thoroughly and have done my best to write down the lyrics based on what I could hear (mixing vocals and effects make certain lyrics harder to distinguish.) Click the song titles in the link above to read the lyrics and to see stills from their 2015 show in LA. You can purchase the album from their website at http://www.orgymusic.com/talksick/

Just a few days after the show, Orgy released Talk Sick to be purchased online exclusively at their website for $8.99, $1.99 more than if you see them on tour.

Orgy download Talk Sick websiteImages and content on this page are used to display the work of the band and Trippy Tran Films LLC is in no way affiliated with Orgy or D1 Music. The images and video from the concert are taken by Anthony Tran from a cell phone. Lyrics, music and other promotional posters hall all copyrights belonging to their respective owners.

Images and text owned by other copyright holders are used here under the guidelines of the Fair Use provisions of United States Copyright Law for display of travel relating to the journey of the director and do not pose any infringement. If necessary, contact TrippyTranFilms@gmail.com for any questions or comments.

ORGY is:
Jay Gordon – Lead Vocals
Carlton Bost – Guitar, Synth Guitar, Vocals
Nic Speck – Bass, Vocals
Bobby Amaro – Drums, Vocals
Creighton Emrick – Guitar, Synth Guitar, Vocals

Jay Gordon - Orgy live - red - photo by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films

Hi everyone, my name is Anthony Tran – I’m a film maker who moved from Cincinnati, OH to Los Angeles County, currently residing in Long Beach, CA. As a videographer, I have a lot of passions including music under my pseudonym Trippy T and being a fan of different artists myself. I find inspiration in every moment in life, whether it be a memory or an emotion or even a dream, I continue to strive to make the most out of the journey we are given. Thank you for checking out my page and I hope your day is wonderfully the way you imagined it.  Visit my music page at http://trippytranfilms.com/trippy-t-artist-music/

Anthony Tran
Trippy Tran Films LLC

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Anthony Tran at Orgy concert 3.21.15 LA

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CELEB ENCOUNTERS (click picture below to enlarge)

I have met many celebrities on my journey. From Nick Lachey (98 Degrees), Shiny Toy Guns, Chad ‘H-Bomb’ Hinton (UFC fighter), Bill Simmons (Midnight Star), Windy Wagner (Singer/Songwriter Disney’s Planes: Fire & Rescue), Bryce Vine, Morning Parade, Brian Aubert (Silversun Pickups), Chino (Deftones), Shroom (WEBN, Cincinnati radio – we worked on the same floor), touched Wallpaper.’s hand at his show in L.A., met and worked by Jare E. J. (Kiss 107FM), collaborated on “Gotta Be Free” with Master T.C. and the Visitors and saw him live as he announced my name, met Anthony Munoz (football star/ Furniture Fair commercials), the members of Crown The Empire and now I have officially met Jay Gordon of Orgy along with 2 members from Mursic and Mike Tyson look-alike in Vegas.

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Aleasha Whitney Wilson Releases ‘Pink Spades’

Being an avid believer in the community, Trippy Tran Films loves to hear when people we collaborate with take52871_376444255764770_812458705_o (119x200) the initiative to get their own work out there. What better way to celebrate multi-talented writer and actress Aleasha Whitney Wilson’s first official published material than by mentioning her on our website. Ms. Wilson is featured in various Trippy Tran Films work including playing the girlfriend in His Name Is Walter  as well as the compulsive thief known as Clepto Cleo in our latest short Wreckfest, plus, was also part of the flash mob dance in our contest video for Arby’s in ‘Do The Apple Turnover’ by Trippy T. (See below)

She also approached TTF to do a cover video in 2012 for a worldwide music video contest hosted by Diddy’s Korean-signed boy band BigBang for ‘Bad Boy’ which sparked us to create ‘Bad Girl – Cincinnati’ made in less than a week with only one day of filming. (See below)

Now available on Amazon!

Now available on Amazon!

Now, after several years of hard work, her first ebook is published with original art and can be purchased for your Kindle here: http://www.amazon.com/Pink-Spades-Aleasha-Whitney-Wilson-ebook/dp/B00TT5WJNI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1424752287&sr=8-1&keywords=pink+Spades

Here is the synopsis:
Pink spades begins in Groenveld, Holland in the year 1714. A young woman and her friends give a short glimpse of their lives before her tragic death. The young woman is accused of being a witch and her lover, Abel, decides to take matters into his own hands and take her life before the angry mob gets to her. Abel saves her from being burned alive and vows to continue his mysterious mission, whatever that may be. Years after his own tragic death, Abel spends his days as a wandering spirit aiming to make an impact on the world in his own way.
His chance for glory comes as he discovers the young woman that he had loved so long ago may have been reborn as the young and fiery Aseila Geraldi. Aseila journeys to Tokyo, Japan with her mother Debra and, at this time, begins to have strange dreams of Abel. Abel tries to tell her about his idea that she is the reincarnation of the woman he loved long ago, but Aseila is put off by it and disregards the whole message.
In a desperate attempt to get Aseila to hear him out, Abel uses his spirit to possess an unsuspecting Akaijin, a vampiric immortal named Kuroi Tsubasa. Kuroi, under his episodes of possession by Abel, does and says things he can’t recall later and inevitably crosses paths with Aseila. The two souls become friends and Abel continues to try and woo her through Kuroi. Meanwhile Aseila, following her dream to become a singer, becomes the lead singer of the band Pink spades. Her new band mates learn of her troubles dealing with Kuroi and their ghost friend and end up getting dragged along for the ride.
Not only do Aseila and Kuroi decide to get rid of Abel for good, but the entire race of Akaijin have their own agenda…to finally come out of the shadows and unite with the human species. The Akaijin use Aseila and her friends to do this and upset a coven of elder vampires called the Ancients. Thus, the band is placed in the middle of a war between the two breeds while dealing with a ghost on the loose! What will become of the Pink spades?

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Aleasha Whitney Wilson in HIS NAME IS WALTER ©2012-2015 Trippy Tran Films LLC

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Photo by Kate Chi-an Lin for WRECKFEST ©2013-2015 Trippy Tran Films LLC

Aleasha Whitney Wilson has always been involved with the community and has been happily ready to volunteer and collaborate with Trippy Tran Films on several occasions. By supporting independent and emerging artists, you support creative minds that shape our future. We recommend downloading Pink Spades now and if you want something to watch, see Ms. Wilson in all of our film projects at http://www.youtube.com/trippytranfilms

About The Author

Aleasha Whitney Wilson graduated from Loveland High School in 2006 and went on to study Liberal Arts at UC Raymond Walter’s College. She continued her education at Northern Kentucky University majoring in Fine Arts: Drawing. With an urge for something more, Aleasha decided to begin her career as an author, after her second year of schooling. The story of Pink Spades was born and it had taken four years for the first volume’s completion while she held various occupations in order to make a living. With the help of close friends and some members of her family, Pink Spades gained a following and was later featured in the local Loveland Magazine. Kemet Books would be the publisher to take her on and make her dream of becoming a published author into a reality. Aleasha currently resides in Loveland, Ohio and has already begun the sequel to Pink Spades. She plans on writing many more novels over the years to come, with the aim of introducing more diversity to the fiction genre.