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Archive for November, 2018

–* Twenty-three stars who don’t know they passed away in 2018

–*Ten stars who have uncashed checks lying around.

–*This man could not find his ass with a funnel.

–*These three people thought they were stepping in Shinola. They thought wrong.

–*Ten people who didn’t know that if you do this, then that will happen.

–*These 20 kittens wanted food so bad, they posed topless.

–*This woman posed naked for food stamps.

–*This woman posed naked for ethnic nationalism.

–*This man mistook a nerine for a lily and is paying the price in hell.

–*Why schizophrenics are trading in their moms for this murdering alien CIA robot.

–*Watch these 63 million people do something just because everybody else is doing it.

–*Why Americans are ditching their teeth and vomiting on their food like flies.

–*You’re dropping out of school and getting hooked on meth all wrong.

–*This toddler panicked and sold one leg of his strangle option strategy on IBM way too early.

–*The rumors about cardboard are true.

–*Victoria Beckham confesses that she is an optical illusion.

–*Donald Trump demonstrates that love is an optical illusion.

 

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Vote Today

Voting is like preventive medicine. Spend a little time in line today and maybe you won’t have to spend the next 10 years marching.

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IYou're Going To Regret What You Did -final (002) turned my attention to fiction writing this year, and slowed down the torrid pace of music releases from the previous two years. Still, my perverse need to bounce around genres had me this summer quickly recording an album of piano numbers and a proto-punk album simultaneously.

The piano album came out a few weeks ago. This month I’m releasing Salon de la Guerre’s punk album, You’re Going To Regret What You Did, a song full of short, fast numbers on political anomie, compulsion, addiction and mental illness. And it’s fun! I wanted to let my listeners know, if they care, that I am determined to go as far as I’d like experimenting with avant-garde music and classical yet still happily come home to the music I hold most dear, which tends to fall on the proto-punk rainbow cast by the New York Dolls, the Stooges and the Velvet Underground.

I recorded the album at my home during the summer on Garage Band and I’m responsible for all the songs and performances. One day maybe I’ll collaborate, but it’s hard enough arranging play dates for my child.

The cover art is by my friend, the eminently talented Corey Brian Sanders.

The album should be available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby and Spotify in a week or so. Here is the first track:

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