Tag Archives: Station to Station

Charles Manson was a person too

It was fitting that he’d finally decide to go through with it right as the rambunctious crescendo of ‘Socialist Suicide’, with its violent imagery of scabs committing various forms of the act in the safe heavens of their homogenised suburban … Continue reading

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Song Of The Day Special – A selection of Bowie’s best

Coincidences occupy a strange void, where reasonable and rational explanations, even logic, are often found wanting. One occurred recently, I was listening to ‘Fame’ by David Bowie when I heard that he’d died. Macabre yes, but could anything by more … Continue reading

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