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May 15, 2006

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brian

I seem to remember Wittgenstein coming up in both the Most Wanted and Most Unwanted songs by Melamid & Kumar. That's just how far-reaching his appeal is.

cat dirt

and i just added horkheimer and adorno's "the dialectic of enlightenement" as my blog's favorite book.

Charbel El-Hani

M. A. Nuuminen studied philosophy at the University of Helsinki, said to me one of the professors there. This is the probable origin of the idea of singing the Tractactus. I indeed has this CD at my hands at Helsinki. Very sorry for not have bought it. Very funny to listen to Wittgenstein sang in this way.

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