Started by andyhaines, December 07, 2004, 03:19:25 am
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QuoteFish has been guilty of lyrical diarrhoea in his time. Anyone help us out with:"Who decorates the scarf with the fugi knot Who camouflaged emotion in a thousand yard stareWho gouged the notches from the family tree Who hypnotised the guilt in career rhythm trance...Listen as the syllables of slaughter cat with calm precision Patterned frosty phrases rape your ears and sow the ice incision Apocalyptic alphabet casting spell the creed of tempered diction Adjectives of annihilation bury the point beyond redemption.." Twat.From Fugazi's Assassing
QuoteOn the surface, it looks like a sort of parody of a playground chant in essence - but it appears to have grown out of this to become much more cynical and astringent, incorporating a deep-rooted resentment of the British establishment in a surreal, LSD-informed invective against conventional society and tradition in general, embodied in the corporation van, teachers ("expert textpert"), policemen, the English garden and so on.I love that song; it's one of humankind's greatest artistic treasures.
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