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It's sort of refreshing to see an old King Crimson fan cast as The Antichrist. The gyrating Maggie Thatchers don't hurt either. Somehow I don't this is going to be as big as JibJab. Flash animation page. via Mr. and Mrs. Wheatley, Ltd.
Posted by Station Manager Ken on November 17, 2005 at 03:10 PM in Government, Music, Video Clips | Permalink
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Ripping on King Crimson seems so.....unnecessary. They just keep on doing their thing, which, refreshingly, is not like anybody else's thing. Please restrict your rippage to musicians who coast on their past glories, with nothing new to offer, like, I don't know, Motorhead? Ozzy? Fripp's not trying to be your friend, he really just wants to be left alone to continue to spin out those quasi-geometric semi-musical things he does.
And Blair as the anti-Christ's a little overstated, isn't it, when right here in the USA, we've got W holding the flag and truncheon?
dave from Knoxville |
November 17, 2005 at 04:03 PM
Rippin' on King Crimson IS necessary!
"refreshing" like used mouthwash
Jim Stark |
November 17, 2005 at 07:25 PM
"It's sort of refreshing to see an old King Crimson fan cast as The Antichrist".
I might read an insinuation that is not there, of a misunderstanding of the King Crimson moniker. Anyway - let us in these days so infested with silly rock-people romanticising the pleasures of assfucking diseased goats remember, that King Crimson, at least, is not a moniker that in any way refers to any lord of darkness.
King Crimson is/was the nickname of King Frederico 2 of Sicily, a scientific and humanistic patron of the medieval age - as extensively explained by Pete Sinfield here:
November 18, 2005 at 12:53 AM
Dave, I must respectfully disagree. Prog bands have been responsible for many of the atrocities in the middle east. Ambrosia was played in the background during the Sabra and Shatila massacres, the Balfour Declaration was accompanied by Yes' AOR hit "Roundabout," Emerson Lake and Palmer were on the scene when King Hussein expelled the Palestinians during Black October, Soft Machine was rumored to have distracted Egypt's military during the Six Day War, the list goes on and on.-ken
Station Manager Ken |
November 18, 2005 at 10:01 AM
Wow, I am wronger than I have apparently ever been. You know, you've changed my mind. Blair IS a good guy!
dave from Knoxville |
November 19, 2005 at 08:34 AM
could you please help me? Im searching for the name of the band and song, in which they disguise themselves as fruits and became a big hit, but then as the song goes along, they start to get depressed cause the public doesn't like the fruit thing anymore...
Thank you, I really love that song, I just whish I knew the name...
November 21, 2005 at 05:07 PM
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