"Helicopters fly over the beach.
Same time every day, same routine.
Clear target in summer when skies are blue.
It's part of the noise when winter comes,
It reverberates in my lungs.
Nature's corrupted in factories far away."
This lyric identifies the problem associated with the tendency of advanced capitalist societies to outsource environmentally degrading industries, and the deleterious effect this has on developing countries that house these firms. The lyrical content of the sixth song, "Superfast Jellyfish", is also very telling of Albarn's agenda (but in this song he isn't the one singing it). The first verse of the song goes as follows:
"Yo, pretty packages of frosted delights
Look, it comes with a toy hehe, I like that.
I wanna number 4, a number 6, and throw in a plastic doughnut
Just enjoy the gritty crunch, it tastes just like chicken.
Wrappers of many bit sizes
Man, are you freakin blind? That’s a rock.
All mixed in the pot for momma’s homemade from scratch, well, not quite.
Toasted over flames, they be tasting quite right.
All hail king Neptune and his water breathers
No snail thing to quick for his water feeders
Don’t waste time with your net, our net worth is set
Ready, go. Many know others,
but we be the colors of the mad and the wicked
we be bad, we be break it with the 24 hour sign
shower my habits while you dine like rabbits
with the crunchy, crunchy carrots (that’s chicken)
Gotta have it Superfast."