Curse Of The Mekons

Posted: September 26, 2011 in Uncategorized

O what the hell, if I can manage to beat the U-Verse service into subservience:

Further Mekon blogging on Tuesday or thereabouts.  Also, some crossposting coming up.

  1. vacuumslayer says:

    The audio couldn’t be much worse, but it’s not a terrible song.

  2. Seafoam green, thudner.

    but it’s not a terrible song.


  3. mikey says:

    In the sixties, “Avocado” was a popular color for kitchen appliances.

    I’ll try to keep you all apprised of these important data points going forward….

  4. vacuumslayer says:

    What’s al Atkins doing in The Mekons?

  5. Everbody’s in the Mekons, VS.

    Awesome. Bloodshot Records sent me the new Mekons disc one day early. Hold my calls….


    It’s actually not the Mekons so much. Jon Langford, Sally Timms, and the Burlington Welsh Male Chorus.

    The bass player is Alan Doughty, who usually plays with Langford in the Waco Brothers, and originally played with Jesus Jones.

    Please note that Sally Timms’ headgear is verging on the VS/bunny ear territory.

  7. vacuumslayer says:

    So how are you liking it so far?

  8. Jennifer says:

    Sally’s hat reminds me a bit of Sister Bertrille.

  9. Zombie pendants give you +3 versus undead touch.

  10. Kathleen says:

    that green is …. electric!

    tip your waiters!

  11. vacuumslayer says:

    I’m still whispering!

  12. vacuumslayer says:

    Well, fuck. That was supposed to be really small text. Fuck you, WordPress. You hurt me. You cut me. You cut me deep. 😦

  13. M. Bouffant says:

    Also, come crossposting coming up.

    Do not want, thank you.

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