Monday, February 9, 2009

Preposthumous Poetry & Stuffz: Work #11

"Cause For Panic"

This is an early poem. Something out of the era of the "crap book." Where I was 90% forced rhyme and etching my way through some darker (and more retarded) stuff. It's the end of the world poem! Woohoo!

Details: This song kicks ass. I forced the video longer than would normally would have liked, but if anything else you can now just rip off the song in its "entirety." The song is a variation on "Barbara Allen" by Hule "Queen" Hines. It was recorded in the 30s by the Library of Congress. I liked the way it abruptly ends (probably either damaged over the years or ran out of recording space on the platter. Still, it fit. It's in the Public Domain.

The footage is all in the Public Domain. The nuke was tested in 1955 in Nevada. The roach footage is from a short documentary called, "Goodbye, Mr. Roach." Both can be found at the internet archive.

As always, My theme is Telemann's Sonata for 2 violins released under CC 2.0 by MIT.

The series will return the 23rd. I'm going off for a week to an undisclosed location to try and better myself.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Preposthumous Poetry & Stuffz: Work #10

"Where We Stomp"

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Bizarre Piece Finds New Life In Death Before A Second Snuffing.

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