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About Mrs_Krinkle

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    punk rock/cult classics/ juke box rock/ memphis blues roots/ proto-punk/ rock n roll/ jazz/ comedy/ classic literature/ beat poetry. etc.
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    here's a kool interview with iggy pop and, I'm Bored, live at Old Grey Whistle Test, c. 1979
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    Tubeway Army - Are Friends Electric? (1979)
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    the cramps kick ass, Video Beat Compilation 1983 Boston, MA 1983-03-12 The Channel, MA, USA. Recording of Independent Origin. The Cramps - "She Said" (hasil atkins)
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    this is fucking awesome.. that's really all.
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    "Baby Doll" directed by Tessa Hughes-Freeland (1982, Cinema Of Transgression)
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DJ03Pcns40 bonus clip of James Chance and The Contortions, Live Archive Footage.
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    Erick Purkhiser picks a fight with "The Cramps" in the no wave classic flick, "The Foreigner" by Amos Poe while the Erasers, "No Se" play at CBGB Circa, 1978. i know we did a punk segment way already, but what about the no wave and proto-scenes? Shock Rock and Richard Kern are right there waiting for attention, if ya ask me. still really relevant to today. but i suppose that's just my opinion. full film of Nick Zedd's Wild World of Lydia Lunch. Nick Zedd follows Lydia around London, while she basically breaks up with him the whole trip was to get away from him. apparently the film score, the soundtrack is a tape she sent to Zedd as a fuck you. i really love the soundtrack to this whole thing. enjoy.
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    can we just appreciate this for one moment?
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bI--TGQGNFc what we lack here is balloon animals.
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    there is no reason. which is the only and best reason for anything. fucking damnit. sorry, that felt like it needed a few 7 words.
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    Alice Donut - Lisa's Father also, Dead Milkmen The Puking Song 120 Minutes 1989
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    this speaks for itself... i'm in a horror movie mood.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmcR8_2RinY Phantasm c. 1979 Don Coscarelli i just think this really should be remembered..
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    here's a couple of movies i had forgotten about and recently re-discovered. Re-Animator c.1985 Dir. Stuart Gordon ....and let's not forget.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgZuCXY-vR8 From Beyond C.1986 Dir. Stuart Gordon ...i am quite young to actually remember these coming out but i did lack intense parental supervision. i am not sure if that is a good or a bad thing, but i can say this. i do have taste. that is for sure. and i remmeber, even as a kid loving these movies. i almost lost my shit when, "From Beyond" came on a local prime time movie channel here. great stuff.
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    holy fucking shit i've been looking for this for like, 4 years. jesus. great post. thanks for reminding me.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9P2V0_p6vE Steve Allen show, Frank Zappa Playing music on a Bicycle 1963 also referencing his work for the score in The World Greatest Sinner Dir. Timothy Carey C. 1962 and breifly notates up coming album, How's Your Bird? c. '63
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