Wednesday, 14 September 2005

What we say goes!

"I'm tired of being ruled by the Skull and Bones. The only place they belong are on punk-rock albums!"
-- Jello Biafra --
If the opposition (citizen) disarms, well and good. If it refuses to disarm, we shall disarm it ourselves.
- Josef Stalin --
"It doesn't matter who the people voted for; they always vote for us".
- Josef Stalin --
"It's not the votes that count, it's who counts the votes."
-- Josef Stalin --
"One death is a tragedy, but a million deaths are a statistic."
- Josef Stalin --
"Behind the October Revolution there are more influential personalitiesthan the thinkers and executors of Marxism"
- Lenin -
I took my obligation to White men, not to Negroes. When I have to accept Negroes as brothers or leave Masonry, I shall leave it.
- Illustrious Albert Pike 33°History and Evolution of Freemasonry, page 329 -Delmar D. Darrah,The Charles T Powner Co. 1954
As owner-publisher of the Memphis, Tennessee, Daily Appeal, Albert Pike wrote in an editorial on April 16, 1868: "With negroes for witnesses and jurors, the administration of justice becomes a blasphemous mockery. A Loyal League of negroes can cause any white man to be arrested, and can prove any charges it chooses to have made against him. ...The disenfranchised people of the South ... can find no protection for property, liberty or life, except in secret association.... We would unite every white man in the South, who is opposed to negro suffrage, into one great Order of Southern Brotherhood, with an organization complete, active, vigorous, in which a few should execute the concentrated will of all, and whose very existence should be concealed from all but its members."
- Albert Pike on KKK -
"From the days of Sparticus, Wieskhopf, Karl Marx, Trotsky, Rosa Luxemberg, and Emma Goldman, this world conspiracy has been steadily growing. This conspiracy played a definite recognizable role in the tragedy of the French revolution. It has been the mainspring of every subversive movement during the 19th century. And now at last this band of extraordinary personalities from the underworld of the great cities of Europe and America have gripped the Russian people by the hair of their head and have become the undisputed masters of that enormous empire."
- Winston Churchill, stated to the London Press, in l922.
"What we say, goes"
- George Bush-


Ännu ett exempel på användandet av mikrotryck är att BMW i Australien sprejar sina nya bilar med 10000 små punkter innehållande producentens identifikationsnummer.

Metod för att göra mikrotryck:

Microdots work by shrinking words or letters until they become unnoticeable in a standard sized document. The receiver than magnifies the dots to read your message.

You can use the word processor package on a computer to shrink the font size of individual letters until they are barely noticeable, then hide them in a normal text as full stops.

Version One
Write a boring article, then type out your secret message. Using the format command on your word processor, select the whole of your message and change its font size. If your normal font size is 12, make the shrunken font size about 1 or 2. You may find that you want to change the font of the shrunken letters as some fonts are more condensed than others.

Now go through the document, and replace each full stop with one of the shrunken letters by cutting and pasting them in. You may need to fiddle with their size or alter them tobold or italic to make them appear as similar to full stops as possible. Even if your message is finished half-way down the document, you may want to replace the rest of the full stops with random letters, just so they all look the same.

Now print out the document and send the paper version to your contact. They will be able to read your message by looking at each full stop through a magnifying glass.

Version Two
This version has to be written, sent and unscrambled on a computer. This way you can hide the complete message in just one full stop.

Write your message, then selecting the format command again shrink the font size to about 1 or 2. Now select character spacing, choose the condense command and make the writing as condensed as possible. This forces the letters to be typed over the top of each other.

Email the innocent looking document to your contact who will be able to unscramble the full stop by highlighting the whole document, choosing the condense command and restoring the text to normal.

Mikrotryck med kamera:

Microdots can be made with specialized cameras like the one shown here, or even with an ordinary 35mm camera. To make a microdot, photograph a coded message with high-resolution film. Develop that film, mount the negative with a light behind it, and photograph it again. The resulting image, which can be cut from the second negative, is less than a quarter of an inch across.

Tuesday, 13 September 2005


Förekomsten av mikrotext eller bilder i olika slags dokument har använts en hel del sedan det uppfanns av Tyskarna under andra världskriget. Man kan se det på till exempel våra pengar som har väldigt liten text tryckt på sig. Det har även använts som identifieringsvektyg genom att trycka till exempel en punkt, punkten är egentligen en förminskad version av t ex landets eller organisationens logotyp. På så sätt kan den som vill kolla att dokumentet kommer ifrån rätt källor lätt verifiera dess äkthet. Det finns även fall där du (se utdraget från Wkipedia) skriver ditt namn på en linje av punkter, då är denna linje av punkter vid närmare granskning inte alls punkter, det är text.

Exempel på microprinting: I den amerikanska 100$ sedelns 100 längst ner till vänster så är ordet USA tryckt. Ett annat ställe där detta används är i kragen på Franklin, där har man tryck United States of America. Finns antagligen en mängd ställen där denna princip används och jag vore tacksam om varje tips om mikrotryck eller mikropunkt-tekniker. Ska sätta igång och scanna lite allt möjligt på jakt efter intressanta exempel. Något foto av en mikropunkt eller hänvisnigar till info tas gärna emot.


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Microprinting is one of many anti-
counterfeiting techniques used most often on currency and bank checks, as well as various other items of value. Microprinting involves printing very small text, usually too small to read with the naked eye, onto the note or item. Microprint is frequently hidden in an inconspicuous, unnoticeable area on the note or item. For example, on the series 2004 United States $20 bill, microprint is hidden within the border in the lower left corner of the obverse (front) side. However, microprint is sometimes placed in a prominent location on the item, and may even be labeled with an MP symbol as a warning that the note or item contains microprinting. On most bank checks in the United States, the line on which the account holder signs his or her name is microprint text, and the microprint line usually includes the MP symbol next to it.

Example of security microprinting used on a bank check
Microprinting works as an anti-counterfeiting feature through the fact that text of such small size is very difficult to reproduce accurately during attempts to counterfeit the note or item on which it is printed. When the note or item is placed in a
photocopier or computer scanner, a line of microprint text will appear to the copier or scanner as a dotted line, which will then appear in the same manner on the counterfeit note or item when it is printed. Likewise, attempts to counterfeit using a printing press do not accurately reproduce the microprint, because the text is too small to engrave into the printing plates using methods available to the general public and to counterfeiters. Thus, microprinting, along with other anti-counterfeiting methods used on the note or item, ultimately serves to confirm the fact that the note or item on which it is printed is genuine.
See also:
Microdot (200 Mikrogram?)

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YA HO WHA 13 - The Operetta (1975)

Psykadelia på högsta (rymden?) nivå, gratis att ladda ner. Syra Freak Out med hjärnsmältande gitarrer. galen sång, total psykadelisk attack hela tiden. Äkta Psykadelia!!!

"The psychedelic find of the decade-their long-lost final magnum opus. Rumoured to exist for years-often put down as just rumour though. Here it is, unearthed from tapes thought lost forever but now found after nearly 30 years. The first thing to be released from Ya Ho Wha 13 since 1975. In the spring of 1975 the Family was homeless and was travelling on the West Coast after having been driven out of Hawaii by local laws(they would return later that year for what would be the final time with Father). Ya Ho Wha had taken a spontaneous journey to the East which had culminated in his initiation in the Great Pyramid of Egypt on Easter Sunday. Upon his return to the San Francisco area a warehouse in Corte Madeira was rented for the Family to gather for their Aquarian style morning meditations and meetings to greet the dawn. This is where The Operetta came down. It represents the first musical channelling from the time after Ya Ho Wha's Easter Ressurrection in the Great Pyramid (returning transformed) and the last total musical recording he would make with the band. The 6 pieces which make up The Operetta form the culmination of all the YaHoWhan recordings -- thunderous percussion, massive psychedelic guitar swirlings are all vying for space with Ya Ho Wha's spontaneous chanting in this intense journey into inner self. The final and most awesome of all their creations. A strictly limited edition 2 LP set presented in a gatefold cover featuring previously unseen photographs from the Family's personal archives, it comes with an insert featuring a transcription of Ya Ho Wha's thoughts and comments on the piece when he heard the tapes played back to him shortly after they were recorded. One off pressing -- this is destined to become as rare as the Higherkey originals."

by Richie Unterberger
In all of rock history, there can be few stranger stories than that of Yahowa 13, the mystical quasi-cult psychedelic rock band that recorded prolifically in the mid-'70s. Psychedelic collectors are aware of
Yahowa via their connection to Sky Saxon of the Seeds, who occasionally sang with members of the group. In fact, however, Yahowa 13's discography mined far deeper and more mysterious lodes than the relatively few tracks that a spin-off band did with Saxon.
Based around the group of disciples of the enigmatic
Father Yod, Yahowa 13 (and the related outfits Father Yod & the Spirit of '76, Yodship, and Fire, Water, Air) made almost a dozen limited-circulation LPs, most within the course of just a couple of years (1973-1975). These LPs toed the musical lines between professionalism and amateurism, cosmic profundity and tomfoolery, and inspired and half-assed psychedelicisms. Their legacy is all the more difficult to succinctly summarize given that the albums often differed vastly from each other, to the point where it was impossible to tell that they had been recorded by the same loose ensemble of Father Yod followers. It is easy, and sometimes justified, to snipe at these cult rarities as the work of psychedelic charlatans. If only from a purely historical viewpoint, though, they're worthy of attention as peculiar artifacts, and as relics of a group of idiosyncratic musicians who were dedicated to expressing themselves in a manner absolutely uncompromised by notions of commercial viability and societal approval.
Yahowa story begins in the late '60s. Jim Baker, a follower of yoga master Yogi Bhajan, became a guru of sorts himself for a group called the Source Family. He ran a health food restaurant on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles and assumed the name Father Yod. The exact nature of the Source Family's activities and philosophies remains mysterious, but they advocated vegetarianism and a white cotton wardrobe. One of the guys hanging around the Source crowd was Seeds singer Sky Saxon.
Father Yod's disciples were a number of musicians, who comprised the loose, floating group that began to make LPs in 1973. It was eventually revealed that more than 65 albums were actually recorded, though only nine of those were released; most of the unreleased albums have been destroyed. Most of the LPs were small-press runs of 500 or 1,000 copies, with few of these getting out to the general public, though some were sold in the record store attached to the restaurant that served as the Source Family's means of income. All were recorded in a soundproofed garage in the approximately 250-strong family's communal residence that served as the musicians' studio. All of the records with Father Yod's participation took as long to record as they take to listen to.
The first four of the albums were billed to
Father Yod & the Spirit of '76 (see separate entry), and are must-hears for aficionados of the genre known as "incredibly strange music." On the first three of these LPs, Father Yod chants/speaks inscrutable, and screwball-ish, pseudo-mystical thought against scrappy, just-about-professional psychedelic noodling. It's very much as if a middle-aged guy (which Baker/Yod was) has suddenly succumbed to cosmic revelations after a hit of acid and feels compelled to tell the world, without a hint of embarrassment about either the sophomoric nature of his thoughts or his obvious vocal limitations. Like a combination Captain Beefheart-Tim Buckley without any of the vocal ability or nuance, Yod plows, and often screams, his way to some unknowable destination. Largely in isolation from 1973's musical trends, the band complements him with later-period-psychedelicisms, particularly in the distorted and screeching guitars and organs, with jams that offer little in the way of conventional melodies or songwriting. The albums were divided into side-long tracks, merely labeled "Side A" and "Side B," befitting their apparent off-the-cuff origins.
For all their weirdness,
Father Yod & the Spirit of '76 weren't totally devoted to spontaneous madness. Their fourth album, All or Nothing at All, was almost entirely comprised of tepid singer/songwriter soft rock that sounded like Amateur Hour at the local coffeehouse, albeit with some off-kilter lyrics; Father Yod did not even appear on the LP. Around this time, Father Yod changed his name to Yahowa, with the next batch of Yod-Yahowa-related recordings appearing under the name Yahowa 13. (To add to the confusion, Yahowa was sometimes spelled as Yahowha, Ya Ho Wa, or Yahoweh.)
The five albums released by Yahowa 13 circa 1974-1975 found them taking themselves somewhat more seriously as a rock band, with more attention paid to crafting expressive and accomplished riffs and rhythms.
Yahowa/Father Yod was still often present on his idiot-savant vocals. It must be said that the group only truly came into their own — as something that might be taken seriously by adventurous music fans, rather than treated as a cosmic novelty — on those occasions when Yod was mostly or totally absent from the proceedings. For instance, the second Yahowa 13 LP, Savage Sons of Ya Ho Wa, not only lacked any contributions from Yod/Yahowa, but sounded almost totally unlike anything Yahowa 13/Father Yod & the Spirit of '76 had previously done. More than any other Yahowa 13 record, these were real songs, for the most part, often exhibiting a Neil Young fascination that made them sound like a rawer, zanier version of early-'70s Crazy Horse.
Yahowa 13's most successful artistic statement, however, was their next album, 1974's
Penetration: An Aquarian Symphony. By this time the group had more or less settled down to a few core musicians, all of whom had the last name Aquarian. The most creative of these was guitarist Djin Aquarian (sometimes spelled Djinn), probably the only player (aside from Sky Saxon) associated with the Yahowa/Father Yod crowd whose talents were such that they could have made their mark on the world of secular popular music, beyond the Father Yod clan. Djin crafted a commendable variety of heavily amped and warped hard rock-psychedelic riffs from his axe, featured prominently throughout the Yahowa 13 catalog, and especially on Penetration. Father Yod's presence on this primarily instrumental album is minimal. It is ominous, throbbing space rock, the tension building and decelerating with the interaction between Djin and tribal rhythms and gongs. This album is recommended to those looking for psychedelic rock (or art rock, as it could be termed) that is comparable to little else from that or other eras.
Yahowa 13 drifted back into formless psychedelic jams, fronted by
Yod/Yahowa's frankly annoying vocals, on their final two albums. Their musicianship had definitely improved over the course of their rapid-fire series of mid-'70s albums, yet there is no substitute, ultimately, for quality songs or compositions, which were not key elements in their frontman's vision. The Yahowa 13 saga ended in 1975, before the disparity between the musicians' abilities and the vocalist's shortcomings could be resolved.
At the end of 1974, the Source Family had sold their restaurant and moved to Hawaii.
Yod/Yahowa, by this time married to 13 wives, never established himself and the family there. On August 25, 1975, Yahowa went hang-gliding for the first time and was mortally injured upon landing, dying after about nine hours. His disciples scattered within two years after his passing.
However, musicians that had been in Yahowa 13, including
Djin Aquarian, continued to play together. In 1977, as Fire, Water, Air, they released an eight-track tape, Golden Sunrise, which sounded similar to Yahowa 13, but somewhat more focused and less weird. This is the album that includes some vocals by Sky Saxon, although it wasn't a high point in either party's careers. Still later in the 1970s, an album of which little is known, Yodship, was privately pressed. There was no information about the musicians on the cover (in fact there had never been much information on Father Yod-affiliated releases), which simply bore the title Yodship. It is apparent from the lyrics, however, that this may well have been the work of Yahowa followers, although it followed a more low-volume, folky vibe than most of the clan's previous albums had.
Yahowa's legacy is celebrated in the improbable 13-CD box set God and Hair: Yahowha Collection, released by Captain Trip in Japan in 1998. This includes all four of the albums by Father Yod & the Spirit of '76; all five of the albums by Yahowa 13; the album by Fire, Water, Air; the album by Yodship; two non-LP singles by Father Yod & the Spirit of '76; and one non-LP single by Yahowa 13. It also has a disc of 1970s recordings (not overseen by the Yod/Yahowa administration) featuring Sky Saxon, and a disc of previously unreleased material, most of which is by Fire, Water, Air. As of 2002, the Yahowa 13 musicians Djin, Sunflower, Octavius, and Pythias were planning to resume making music as Ya Ho Wa 13. These musicians were extensively interviewed around this time for a feature that appeared in the Perfect Sound Forever webzine, and revealed much of the history of the band, which had remained shrouded in history for so long. This feature/interview can be read at

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Frank Zappa


Beatles för nedladdning...

Rysk Ramones

Sida med musik, tex Ramones.

Dulcimer - And I Turned As I Turned As A Boy

Dulcimer - And I Turned As I Turned As A Boy

Från Freak Emporium :

Rare UK folk rock album in a style similar to Magna Carta's 'Seasons'. Recorded in 1971 and produced by Larry Page it's full of musical beauty played on mandolins, dulcimers, banjo and lush keyboards. Also features 633 Squadron's Richard Todd reading evocative poetry over the title track.

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Monday, 12 September 2005

Symbolism 666+555=777 ???

Massor med bilder och info om symboler som vi kan se överallt i samhället, tillexempel i företags logotyper, i flaggor, i arkitekturen och inom religiösa samfund.

Bilder på aliens, Stonehenge, Denver Flygplats

Sida med bilder på en massa olika saker av intresse.



Här är en sida som jag hittade när jag som vanligt surfade runt på jakt efter något intressant. Det jag hittade var mer än vad man kunnat hoppas på. WIOLAWA heter sidan och behandlar ämnet reptilians/shapeshifters, något passande svenskt ord för dessa raser kommer jag inte på just nu men om någon har något förlag så hör av er. WIOLAWA har en hel del info om lite allt möjligt som rör dessa ämnen, men det som gör sidan extra intressant är hennes foton av de hon misstänker vara reptilmänniskor. Hon har genom att använda filter i Photoshop lyckats få fram bevis för dessa rasers närvaro på jorden. Bilderna kan ju tyckas vara lite luddiga, minst sagt men det är ändå ett bra jobb hon gör med sin sida. Vare sig man tror på dessa teorier om reptilhybrider eller hennes teknik att genom Photoshop kunna se vem som är vad så är denna sida underhållande och informativ. Rekomenderas starkt till alla som veta mer om detta ämne, eller till dem som är sugna på att surfa in på en riktigt spejsad sida.

Länk till sidan:

Ett exempel på hennes bilder:

Påven, P2 och Pedofilerna

Påven, P2 och Pedofilerna

"And the lords of the Philistines gathered them together to offer a great sacrifice unto Dagon their god,and to rejoice; for they said, Our god hath delivered Samson our enemy into our hand." [Judges 16:23]

Katolska kyrkans ondska och negativa influens på oss alla har väl knappast gått någon tänkande människa förbi obemärkt. Pedofiler, inkvisitioner, förföljse av alla som inte tror som de, stöd i form av pengar och stöd i form av kyrkans medgivande, antingen uttalat eller bakom kulisserna, till några av de största galningarna på denna jord. Den våg av avslöjanden av pedofilpräster runt om i världen kan ju få en att undra om det inte ligger något mer bakom dessa händelser.
Chansen att det bara råkar var så att en sån mängd präster inom katolska kyrkan är pedofiler verkar lite långsökt. Iochförsig lever de i celibat och ett strikt kontrollerat samhälle vilket säkert och tydligen resulterar i ett förvrängt känsloliv och helt jävla korrupt syn på liv i allmänhet. Att dessa anklagelser har ökat så de senare åren har säkert sina skäl, bättre upplysning till barn om deras rättigheter mm. Det tråkiga i denna situation är alla de som tidigare har drabbats av dessa sjuka misstag till människor.

Jag har svårt att tänka mig att det inte har förekommit precis samma ritualer tidigare genom historien. Skälet till att jag kallar dessa övergrepp för ritualer är att det skulle kunna vara en förklaring till dess omfattningen. Det är känt att inom andra grupperingar, trossamfund mm så förekommerliknande övergrepp som inom den katolska kyrkan. Vad dessa ska tjäna till kan man bara gissa om, resultatet av ritualen kan ju vara något i stil med att ta barnets oförstörda energier på något sätt upptas av den som utför övergreppen. Det kan ju vara svårt att bevisa men man kan ju gissa vad deras förvrängda, hjärntvättade sinnen kan hitta på. Vissa menar att det allseende ögat inom pyramiden, en symbol som de flesta är bekanta med, symboliserar analöppningen. Genom att de förgriper sig analt på offret skulle de då ta dö på något slags energier inom människan.

Mer om detta kan man läsa på en mängd sidor på nätet. Inget muntert ämne men det behöver komma fram vad en såkallade kristna katolska kykan pysslar med när ingen ser dem. Några ledtrådar till kyrkans verkliga mål finnsa att utläsa i deras kläder och arkitektur, överallt syns tecken på en kanske inte helt passande fascination vid symboler med inte vidare "kristna" budskap.Kolla in dessa länkar så får ni reda på vad påvens fiskhatt och vatikanens torg har för symboliska betydelser. Inte den detydelsen som man kanske skulle tro, fred och kärlek åt alla, nej det är väl mer åt förtryck, kontroll,kom inte här och stick upp, satan, ödeläggande av fria viljan, medmera medmera.

Som vanligt gömmer de sin sjuka världsbild som de vill pracka på oss fullt synligt. Vet man bara vad man tittar på ser man att allt inte är som det ska vara med de religiösa samfunden. Det här gäller såklart inte bara katolikerna, de flesta, eller rättare sagt alla organiserade religioner har egentligen bara ett mål med sina förehavanden. Detta mål står tvärt emot vad de vill att de troende och allmänheten ska tro att de pysslar med. Även präster och anställda inom dessa organisationer är ofta helt ovetande om vad deras överhuvuden får dem att göra. Tillämpningen av hierarkier gör att de lägre inom rörelsen inte vet att de egentligen jobbar för en satanisk kult med målet att förstöra, kontrollera och utplåna allt vad som är det minsta gott på jorden, plus gärna ta med sig en så stor mängd människor som möjligt i fallet.

Länk till sida med info om de sataniska betydelserna av vatikanhelvetet och deras invånare:

Mord och skurkstreck inom katolska kyrkan:

Text till låt med George Harrison, titel och text antyder att han misstänkte något fuffens inom kyrkan. P2=skurkfrimurarförening i Italien, avslöjad med skägget i brevlådan. Pysslade med en hel del stat i staten grejjer, registrering, ekonomisk brottslighet, mord?, medlemmar var (är? tror knappast de lät något så bagatellartat som ett litet avlsöjande stoppa dem, folk glömmer ju så lätt, bara vänta lite sen kör man på i samma spår igen) en mängd mäktiga män inom politik, näringsliv, underrättelseverksamhet mm.

P2 Vatican Blues (Last Saturday Night)

Gazed at the ceiling from below
A splendid Michelangelo
Filled my heart with delight
Last Saturday night
Arrived believing from home
Climbed every step inside St. Peter's Dome
Claustrophobic and ex-Catholic
Last Saturday night
Now how come nobody really noticed
Puff of white smoke knocked me out
The truth is hiding, lurking, banking
Things they do at night
It's quite suspicious to say the least
Even mentioned it to my local priest
One Our Father, three Hail Marys
Each Saturday Night
I wish somebody would tell me
That it's only a show
I'll confess, own up, let's face it
In my concrete tuxedo
It's quite suspicious to say the least
While mentioning it to my priest
One Our Father, three Hail Marys
Each Saturday night
One Our Father three Hail Marys
Each Saturday night
One Our Father three Hail Marys
Each Saturday night


Skakade galler

Sunday, 11 September 2005

En lina kokain och en stark jävla grogg!!!

I'm not saying I've used cocaine. But if I did,it was merely a "youthful indiscretion". Today I'm clean. - George W Bush (once a junkie always a junkie)

Det sociala arvet

Med en genblandning som troligen borde vara olaglig så är det inte så konstigt om George W Bush döttrar hamnar i samma beroende som sin far och många andra inom släkten. Listan på tok-körare inom Bushsläkten kan göras lång. Droger verkar vara något som de gillar och gärna i rejäla doser. Vad de intar är lite varierande, piller, sprit, öl, centralstimulerande medel såsom kokain och amfetamin sägs vara bland favoriterna. Pappa Bush sägs ha en viss förkärlek för crack, detta enligt annars välinformerade källor. Det är väl kanske så att de behöver något som hjälper dem genom dagen, det tar ju på krafterna att golfa 18 hål
med nån ja-sägare, sen blir det kanske en hel del andra hål (poppers?) efter golfrundan.

Crack i dojjan

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Gov. Jeb Bush's 25-year-old daughter was found with what was believed to be crack cocaine at a rehabilitation center, police said Tuesday. If confirmed, it would be her second lapse since entering court-ordered drug treatment.

Police were called to the Center for Drug Free Living in Orlando late Monday, where workers gave them a ``white, rocklike substance'' they said they found in Noelle Bush's shoe, Police Sgt. Orlando Rolon said.

The 0.2-gram rock tested positive for cocaine in a police field test, but Bush wasn't immediately arrested because police couldn't obtain sworn statements from people at the center, Rolon said.

Länkar till nyheter om Noelles drogmissbruk, piller och crack, inget roligt beroende.

För mer info om missbruksproblemen inom "The Leader of the Free Worlds" familj sök på google. Det finns praktiskt taget hur mycket som helst om detta ämne. Eller testa en sökning på cocaine +bush +cia +heroin +drugs om ni vill läsa mer om det hur det går till i den multinationella drogindustrin. Smuggel, bluff och båg på hög nivå.

New World Disorder

Velvet Underground

Velvet Underground Video - Bataclan Club Jan 29 1972

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Tomorrow - (Tomorrow (1970)

Tomorrow - (Tomorrow (1970)

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Review by Richie Unterberger

Tomorrow's sole album was a solid effort, with quite a few first-rate tracks. "My White Bicycle" was one of the first songs to prominently feature backwards guitar phasing, "Real Life Permanent Dream" has engaging English harmonies and sitar riffs, "Revolution" is an infectious hippie anthem, and "Now Your Time Has Come" features intricate riffing from Steve Howe. "Hallucinations," with its irresistible melody, gentle harmonies, and affectingly trippy lyrics, was perhaps their best track. The more self-conscious English whimsy — populated by jolly little dwarfs, Auntie Mary's dress shop, colonels, and the like — is less successful, although the band's craftsmanship is strong enough to avoid embarassment. The 1986 reissue of this album features detailed liner notes and the worthy B-side "Claremont Lake," though unfortunately West's sappy but influential "Excerpt From A Teenage Opera" was deleted.

Biography by Richie Unterberger

In the early days of British psychedelia, three bands were consistently cited as first-generation figureheads of the London-based underground sound: Pink Floyd, the Soft Machine, and Tomorrow. Pink Floyd became superstars and the Soft Machine influential cult legends, but Tomorrow is mostly remembered (if at all) for featuring Steve Howe as their lead guitarist in his pre-Yes days. Actually, Tomorrow was nearly the equal of the two more celebrated outfits. Along with the early Floyd and Soft Machine, they shared a propensity for flower-power whimsy. Though they were less recklessly innovative and imaginative, their songwriting was accomplished, with adroit harmonies, psychedelic guitar work, and adventurous structures and tempo changes. They never succumbed to mindless indulgence or jamming; indeed, their tracks were rather short and tightly woven in comparison with most psychedelic bands. A couple singles (especially "My White Bicycle") were underground favorites, but the group only managed to record one album before breaking up in 1968. Lead singer Keith West, even before the breakup, had a number two British hit with "Excerpt From a Teenage Opera," which helped inspire Pete Townshend's Tommy. Drummer Twink joined the Pretty Things and, later, the Pink Fairies.

New Riders of the Purple Sage

New Riders of the Purple Sage

New Riders of the Purple Sage - s/t (1971)

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Review (stolen from amg allmusic)

Anyone who enjoyed the Grateful Dead's Workingman's Dead or American Beauty and wanted more, then or now, should get the New Riders of the Purple Sage's eponymous release and follow it with the Riders' next two albums. With Jerry Garcia and Mickey Hart in tow, and Jefferson Airplane's Spencer Dryden playing what drums Hart didn't, plus Commander Cody at the piano, New Riders of the Purple Sage is some of the most spaced-out country-rock of the period. Even ignoring the big names working with John Dawson, David Nelson, and Dave Torbert, however, this is a good record, crossing swords with the Byrds, the Burrito Brothers, and even Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and holding its own. Maybe a few of the cuts (especially "Henry") are predictable at times, but mostly, New Riders of the Purple Sage was full of surprises then (the amazingly sweet, brittle guitars, in particular) and has tunes that have held up well: "Portland Woman," "Whatcha Gonna Do," "I Don't Know You," and "Louisiana Lady," not to mention the eight leisurely paced minutes of acid-country found in "Dirty Business." There are no added notes, but they'd hardly be vital — the album is an open book.

Biography (stolen from amg allmusic)

For most of the early '70s, the New Riders of the Purple Sage™ (yes, the name is trademark-protected) were the successful offshoots of the Grateful Dead. Although they never remotely approached the success or longevity of the Dead, they attracted a considerable audience through their association with Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, and Mickey Hart, whose fans couldn't be satisfied with only the Dead's releases — the New Riders never reached much beyond that audience, but the Deadheads loved them as substitutes (along with Garcia's periodic solo projects) for the real article. Their initial sound was a kind of country-acid rock, somewhat twangier than the Dead's usual work and without the Dead's successful forays into experimental jams, but they later acquitted themselves as straight country-rockers.

Essentially, the New Riders of the Purple Sage (their name derives from an old country outfit, Foy Willing and the Riders of the Purple Sage, who in turn took the name from an old Western novel) were initially formed as a vehicle for Garcia, Lesh, and Hart to indulge their tastes for country music beyond the albums Workingman's Dead and American Beauty. Their original lineup at early performances consisted of Garcia on pedal steel, Lesh on bass, John Dawson (born 1945) on rhythm guitars and vocals, sometime Dead contributor-member David Nelson on lead guitars, mandolin, and vocals, and Mickey Hart on drums. The New Riders quickly evolved into more of a free-standing unit, with Dave Torbert succeeding Lesh, and ex-Jefferson Airplane member Spencer Dryden on the drums, succeeding Hart. They also developed an identity of their own through Dawson's songwriting, which had an appealing command of melody and beat.

The group was a little shaky as a country-rock outfit, without the strengths of soulfulness or strong in-house songwriting of, say, Poco or the Burrito Brothers, but their association with Garcia and the Dead (Lesh co-produced one album) gave them a significant leg up in terms of publicity and finding an audience. High school and college kids who'd scarcely heard of Gram Parsons or Jim Messina but owned more than one Dead album, were likely in those days to own, or have a friend who owned, at least one New Riders album. That translated into many thousands of sales of the self-titled first album, which proved an apt and pleasing companion to Workingman's Dead and American Beauty with its mix of country and psychedelic sounds. By the second album, Buddy Cage had come in on pedal steel, replacing Garcia, and their sound had firmed up, helped by the fact that Dawson and Torbert were good songwriters.

Powerglide, their second album, proved that they had what it took to stand separate from the Dead, even though Garcia and Bill Kreutzmann played on a handful of cuts. The group continued to attract a following through the early and mid-'70s, mixing country-rock and folk sounds (Buffy St. Marie was a guest vocalist on the 1974 hit album The Adventures of Panama Red) and attracting the mellower component of recreational drug users. By the end of the decade, following a label change from Columbia to MCA, it seemed as though they were running out of steam and originality, however, and the growth in popularity of punk, disco, and power pop made them seem like an anachronism, along with most other country-rock outfits of the era. Ex-Byrd Skip Battin joined in 1975, replacing Torbert; Dryden gave up playing in 1978 to assume management of the band, and by 1981, Nelson was gone.

The New Riders essentially disbanded in 1982, although the name was later picked up by a new lineup built around Gary Vogenson (guitar) and Rusty Gautier (bass). Nelson subsequently played with the Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band and assumed the de facto role of group archivist, supervising the release of unissued tapes by the band through the Relix label.