Dip your toe into the pool of self-loathing with the poetry and audio stylings of Boruk Glasgow. Oh, what the hell, dive in - here's his entire
1969 early Seventies album, Blackhole Boogie. As Listener Jim says on his Empty Handed Blog, "Boruk apparently comes from the William Shatner school of dramatic reading, which says that you should accent the wrong syllable when pronouncing words, to give your recitation deeper meaning." To get the sense of Boruk's world view right away, try out Eddie My Love or Nowhere to Hide, or any of his semen-based works (MP3s).