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Armed Forces is the third studio album by British musician Elvis Costello, released in the UK by Radar Records and in the US by Columbia in 1979. The album had the working title Emotional Fascism.
Though Armed Forces is in many ways the most conceptually aggressive and confrontational of Costello's first three records, it doesn't carry with it the same immediacy of his first two releases, 1977's My Aim Is True and 1978's This Year's Model, on which he came as a man with something to prove. There's something intensely subversive about My Aim Is True with its undercurrents of anger and frustration providing a foundation for his synthesis of pop melody, country twang, and punk energy.
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Many of the songs on Armed Forces use politics as a metaphor for personal relationships, particularly fascism, which explains its working title, Emotional Fascism. Occasionally, the lyrics are forced, but the music never is - the album demonstrates the depth of Costello's compositional talents and how he can move from the hook-laden pop of "Accidents Will Happen" to the paranoid "Goon Squad" with ease.
The Armed Forces shall, under the directions of the Federal Government, defend Pakistan against external aggression or threat of war, and, subject to law, act in aid of civil power when called upon to do so. 697[. 2). The validity of any direction issued by the Federal Government under clause (1) shall not be called in question in any court. 3). A High Court shall not exercise any jurisdiction under Article 199 in relation to any area in which the Armed Forces of Pakistan are, for the time being, acting in aid of civil power in pursuance of Article 245
The armed forces are always on the forefront, defending the country and sacrificing their lives for the safety and security of the civilians. It isn't just the fighting off intruders and defusing bombs, but also being socially helpful. In a moment of crisis, whether on land, water or the air, they are always there to help us.
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|A1||–The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra||Espana Cani
Conductor – Carmen Dragon
|A2||–Leonard Pennario||Clair De Lune||4:20|
|B1||–Stuart Hamblen & Martha Carson||I've Got So Many Million Years||2:12|
|B2||–Red Foley||Just Call Me Lonesome||2:41|
|B3||–Homer And Jethroe*||The Ballad Of Davy Crew-Cut||2:10|
|B4||–Bonnie Sloan||Hogtied And Branded||2:12|