Profit George : Actions Speak Louder than Words Do - Journalists are an easily confused bunch. Their ability to see what is before them is so atrophied I won't be holding my breath anytime soon.*"Apparently, th...
Thursday, 24 April 2014
Wednesday, 2 April 2014
I am having some of this revolution*! Great, great video too.
* because it is still a doube monday somewhere on this forsaken planet of ours. Whilst the scourge of double mondays and bad coffee continues I'm open to solutions.
Tuesday, 14 January 2014
Broken English is a truly remarkable album that deserves its place in the annuals of English history somewhere alongside Gropecunt Lane.
The first artist to use “cunt” with its more precise, anatomical meaning in mind was also the first woman on record to utter it in a pop song: the incomparable Marianne Faithfull, on her 1979 comeback masterpiece Broken English. The former ’60s folk darling and Rolling Stones associate had spent two years homeless in London, battling drug addiction; fusing punk, new wave, and reggae, Broken English was a frayed-nerve statement from a woman who had been through hell and back. Adapted from a Heathcote Williams poem, its final track, “Why D’Ya Do It?” tells the tale of a woman confronting her unfaithful lover: “Why d’ya do it, she screamed, after all we’ve said/ Every time I see your dick I see her cunt in my bed.”
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
Friday, 19 April 2013
Sunday, 17 March 2013
Friday, 1 March 2013
Tuesday, 5 February 2013
You know the score. I take a Metal Artist and let someone splice and dice it. I may have to do this myself as this song is begging for my level of audio butchery.