Have you ever been afraid of the dark?
The song Shadow Monsters by Daddy Kid has had a lyric video release on YouTube. If you’ve ever been startled by a shadow in the dark. Than, you may have come to realize your fears are only shadows. Shining the light on shadows often reveals needless fright.
Did you know most people fear what they don’t know?
People fear what they don’t know. If you have no fear. Than by all means teach everyone you know how to get the skill! It often takes time to realize what to fear, and what not to fear. As children we grow to understand the psychology generalized around what strikes fear into our us in darkness. If you’ve ever feared a shadow you’re not alone. As we get older it’s less likely that we are afraid of things like shadows. Naturally, when turning on the light, we come to understand what’s existing within the spaces we travel. The song Shadow Monsters tells the story of why we shouldn’t fear the darkness. In addition, the conceptual form of understanding relieves us of fear in adulthood. If you’ve ever said something using slang someone doesn’t understand. It might have been viewed by the receiver as something totally different.
Hypothetical culture shock and fearing the unknown.
Imagine traveling to a far off place. There are many things that may be truly fearsome. Whereas, in third world countries transportation requirements may be sub standard to first world nations. Therefore, transportation accidents are one of the most likely ways a world traveler may be injured. Shocking when you realize the truth to some facts. The Shadow Monsters effect is to remind listeners that there’s always something more to illuminate and regression into our childhood is fun too!
The hypothetical : Let’s place ourself in the shoes of someone that’s not from our culture taking on slangs from the game Pokémon Go.
The things you might say to a person when thinking about the popular gaming app Pokémon Go. And, imagine being outside of the game loop. If you didn’t know what the person was talking about. How might the phases below sound?
- Do you play Pokémon Go?
- Are you looking for a Baltoy?
- I need an Electrabuzz.
- Would you like a Gulpin?
- It’s nice here on these palisade cliffs. JUMPLUFF! I see a jumpluff! I want to catch it with my balls!
- Me? I’m getting my Meganium on to the gym tower.
- What? THE MUK! I want the Muk!
- My back feels like it’s been hit with a Ninetales heatwave from standing in the sun all day.
- I’m trying to get a Pikachu.
- I have a huge Rhyhorn right now.
- Would you like to put my shiny seedot into your bag?
- Natu. I was talking about a seel.
- With those branches in your hands you look Shiftry.
- The Spinarak and run away. Catch you next time!
- I picked up the Surskit signal beem.
- Do you like the Swellow?
Card games, Multiplayer Massive Online games, or all business. Everyone has a shadow!
Don’t know what Pokémon Go is? Find their official website and catch up to the slang that’s gotcha reading this far!
Obviously, there are things that may be lost in the translation of these comments. We can look at the characters in the story and come up with interesting things to say containing their names. If you were at a mall playing Pokémon in the third world carrying on a conversation. There may be linguistic changes that make for sayings that can sound entirely different. It’s not likely that you’ll have someone run away from you when talking about Pokémon Go. If anything, you’re more likely make a new friend to gift daily. From New York City to New Jersey slangs are different. Forgive yourself when you fear what you don’t know. Take the time to learn about what’s created fright. Expose the shadow with light and your fear will fade away. Embrace the sound scape or sound in the area. There may be sounds that are fearful before you come to find it’s only a raccoon making it’s way down the tree at night.
Education is the key to understanding. The song Shadow Monsters may not appear as educational. But, the concept is one we’ve all likely experienced. The next time you think of a Shadow Monster you may think Daddy Kid. Christian Sutter songwriter and music producer wanted to create a song that conjure the thought of a Shadow. And, he has done so with the release of Shadow Monsters on the Daddy Kid album.
Everyone has a shadow. There are times we come to connect with the idea of our shadow. Our shadow is something we notice. However, the Shadow isn’t constantly taking our attention. Standing in the evening sunset, a long shadow reaching far beyond the length of our arms, we are reminded that there is beauty to be found in shadows. Perspective is important. Daddy Kid as a name may draw fathers dealing with the “WHAT DO I DO? MY CHILD IS AFRAID OF THE LIGHTS!” scenario. It’s a very human experience. Turn on the lights and all is revealed. I wanted a song to connect with the Shadow and that’s how Shadow Monsters made the Powers of Ten album.
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