the fall: the palace of excess

Mr. Beer N. Hockey recently reminded me where this quote comes from. I used to be a commercial illustrator until my world went pear-shaped, and William Blake was an influence not least because of his rebellious tenacity and unassailable doggedness. Mervyn Peake was on that list too.

And Robert Crumb.

Originally a huge hit for Sister Sledge, this b-side just about sums up my life. I need to stop already with all this free advertising.

THE FALL: LOST IN MUSIC from \”Why Are People Grudgeful ?\” 12\” 45 (Cog Sinister/Permanent) 1993 (UK)



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