Photographs and musings by C.C. Squire
"Wild Mountain" - Triple Mania II - Crash Worship
They wouldn’t understand it if we told them all the reasons, not that I think this deserves any kind of explanation.
Oh, to realize something is ending within us, feeling yourself disintegrate
I’m too stoked on too much music out right now to keep this blog exclusively for my photographic work. My friend brought this tasty 12 inch slab home from her trip to Belgium. She told me Belgium has some good record stores and if Amazon Hunt by Catholic Spray.is any indication of that, all you pretentious asshole record collectors will pay attention to the catchy sound of this band from Paris who lay down a thick whallop of punk-surf-damage with a side of synth-noise that is as refreshing as a New Orleans sno-ball in August. At least that’s how I remember them last night when I heard them for the first time on my return-trip to the Crescent City. Fans of Human Eye, the Spits, and Dead C take note.
Amazon Hunt by Catholic Spray
I took a record of pretty music I went down and baby you can tell I took a record of pretty music and now I’m putting it to you straight from hell.
So listen sweet Lord, forgive me my sin ‘Cos I can’t stand this life without all of these things Know I done wrong, but I’ve Heaven on Earth Know I done wrong, but I could have done me worse
All that we see or seem Is but a dream within a dream.
Blessed from the filth Touched by the mystery Caressed by the dark Left as a snake to crawl and to curse
The day will come when all those who have fought so hard exist in peace. Where else?
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I present to you THE MONKS- THE TRANSATLANTIC FEEDBACK
Now if tomorrow didn’t come, and yesterday had no past, you would blow your mind right away. ‘Cause now is a concept very few can grasp. To practice it requires no effort. I don’t think about it at all, and if you can’t handle it, you can always get right back in line.