Plaster is a building material used for the protective and/or decorative coating of walls and ceilings and for moulding and casting decorative elements.
In English "plaster" usually means a material used for the interiors of buildings, while "render" commonly refers to external applications. Another imprecise term used for the material is stucco, which is also often used for plasterwork that is worked in some way to produce relief decoration, rather than flat surfaces.
The most common types of plaster mainly contain either gypsum, lime, or cement, but all work in a similar way. The plaster is manufactured as a dry powder and is mixed with water to form a stiff but workable paste immediately before it is applied to the surface. The reaction with water liberates heat through crystallization and the hydrated plaster then hardens.
Plaster can be relatively easily worked with metal tools or even sandpaper, and can be moulded, either on site or to make pre-formed sections in advance, which are put in place with adhesive. Plaster is not a strong material; it is suitable for finishing, rather than load-bearing, and when thickly applied for decoration may require a hidden supporting framework, usually in metal.
The trio's name is derived from a slang term in Québécois for an adhesive bandage and its sound has been described as a mixture of electro-jazz, funk, and drum and bass (however Goncalves has stated in an interview that he finds the term "electro-jazz" to be somewhat pejorative and described their sound as "electro-chunky-jam".) Their sound is at times atmospheric, much like movie soundtrack; in a 2005 interview with the Montreal Gazette, McMahon stated that Plaster was interested in composing a movie score, but the band was still waiting on proposal. Their live performances are improvisational and have been described as having the energy of a rock show. As per Plaster's biography from its official press kit, the band's sound is inspired by the music of Amon Tobin, The Herbaliser, Jazzanova, The Cinematic Orchestra, and Medeski Martin & Wood.
A supposed demo version of "One Step Closer," known as "Plaster," found its way to the internet in 2008. A remixed version of the song entitled "1Stp Klosr" was featured on Linkin Park's remix album, Reanimation.
Until 2007, Linkin Park has closed every concert to date with "One Step Closer", excluding Live 8, and their live performances at Summer Sonic. In 2007, Linkin Park played "One Step Closer" toward the beginning of their live performances and sometimes at the end. The song is always played in Drop C#. In 2008, they ended some of their shows with either "One Step Closer" or "Bleed It Out". In 2009, every show they played was ended with "One Step Closer", excluding the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen premiere.
[Chorus] Day by day Just take it slow down Day by day Just hanging till now Maybe I will have one day To find myself in this world Maybe I would like to stay Awake until the morning comes A million ways to spend time Is this like on tv A million ways to be wild To set yourself free Chorus: Day by day, just take it day by day now Just take it slow down Day by day, just take it day by day now Just hanging till now To proceed It's time to close now I think I'll have to go Just trying to find a way back home But there's always someone else to go I wonder if it matters when you see me grown if is it with the world forever Chorus: x2 Day by day, just take it day by day now Just take it slow down Day by day, just take it day by day now Just hanging till now Day by day, just take it day by day now Day by day, if you losse a round You can still win in the end Just take it day by day now Day bye day, just take it day by day now Just take it slow down Day by day, just take it day by day now
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