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November 16, 2009

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Fels Naptha

Been listening to them since your previous post and I'm with you, they are sadly unknown in the USA. A question about "Drop the Stylist" - it seems to be directed at someone in particular - could that someone be John Lydon? I think the singer assumes the same affectations and there are references that suggest the subject of the song is John Lydon. The production is definitely similar to some PIL songs as well. At first I misread/mistook the title to mean drop the stylus (aka put the needle on the record); instead I think it has the double meaning of stylistic pretensions and the Hollywood definition of stylist (hairdresser, make-up artist, etc.). Anyway, just a thought - what do other think?

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