looking for songs (vaguely on topic, really)
vendersleighc at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 1 13:29:14 EDT 2004
Saviour Machine David Bowie, from the "Man who
Sold the World" album. Apparently referencing
Isaac Asimov's multivac. The title track alos
sounds SF inspired, any ideas?
Another Cure reference "The drowning man"
inspired by Mervyn Peake's Fuschia.
>From this french interview
Robert Smith : Fuschia was my dream. This idea of
infinite, of unreal, of dying innocence
(silence)... At that time I was
considering myself as her, as a victim. Now my
fascination transmuted into anger. I want to
shake her, to put her
out of her contemplative passivity. But all of
this is question of age. It's normal, as a
teenager, to love this idea of
being a victim, the whole world is against me, no
one understands me, except my books. Lots of my
reading connected with that. It's been after
"Pornography" that I decided to change, after the
no return point. This change
has been radical, but it's been vital.
<BELIEVE Charlotte Sometimes didn't immediately
spring to mind. (Penelope Farmer was
not best pleased about it either!>
What didn't she like about it?
Oh and I stand corrected about Little Tin Soldier
WRITTEN by Donovan RECORDED by the Small Faces.
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