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V03I35 - 10082000
Best wishes go out to Tom the Fish and Jen Deforge who got married last weekend in Vermont. It was due to this party of the century that THE BRAIN slipped a week. A world tour of Finland is in the planning process.
PANACEA DATES AVAILABLE
Panacea is back in the USA and trekking around doing both live performances and spinning tunes. For details on the venues, check out the website.
NEW TEAR GARDEN
Details of "Crystal Mass" are now being collected at the LPD website. The Tear Garden features members of Legendary Pink Dots and Skinny Puppy. "Crystal Mass" is the 5th full-length release of original material as The Tear Garden and hits the stores on October 24th.
STEPHEN THROWER TAKES THE STAGE
Starting Tuesday 17th October, The Horse Hospital presents: AETHER,
a series of evenings of improvised music with The Amal Gamal Ensemble:
Stephen Thrower (Cyclobe/Coil/Identical)
Doors open at 7.30pm. Aetheric transmissions begin without warning. Tickets: £5 (members)/£6 (non-members). The Horse Hospital, Colonnade, London WC1. For more information, call 020 7833 3644 or e-mail email@example.com.
David Knight (Arkkon/Shock-Headed Peters/Danielle Dax)
Gavin Mitchell (Franko B/Identical)
Karl Blake (Shock-Headed Peters/Lemon Kittens)
Orlando (Alabama 3/Identical)
TIME FOR SICK LOVE
To honor the release of the new V/Vm CD, "Sick Love," the butcher has given 10 exclusive tunes in MP3 format for the web site. Hours of love to download at your convenience!
WIRE IN THE BRAIN
This month's issue of THE WIRE magazine features an interview of Jon Whitney by The Wire editor Rob Young. Stay tuned to brainwashed as we will run an audio interview of Rob Young by Jon Whitney!!!
PEOPLE LIKE US, "THERMOS EXPLORER"
No really, she's laughing with you... With all the sneaky charm of a car
commercial that leaves you inexplicably in tears, this latest romp from People
Like Us serves up the emotional complexity of, say, the complete works of
Proust, crammed into bite-sized snacks for the easily distracted. In some sense
Vicki Bennett's work could be seen as companion volumes to Neil Postman's
incisive mid-eighties critique "Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in
the Age of Show Business". Her assemblages of found samples and oddball
artifacts, punctuated by peculiarly catchy little synthpop interludes, are
populated with all the random and irrelevant crap with which most of us are
bombarded daily, skillfully crafted into preposterously pointless exchanges and
easy-listening jingles which slyly undermine the intention and substance of
their original forms. Bennett has an uncanny ability to transform the trivial,
ephemeral, boring and banal into deliciously naughty indictments of our
media-saturated culture. In this her work is not unique; artists like
Negativeland explore similar territory, and it could even be said that mockery
and pastiche, as hallmarks of the post-modern, have become something of a staple
gesture. What is truly singular and surprising about her work, given its
penchant for deconstruction, is simply its overwhelming gentleness towards its
subjects. Never smugly clever or bitter, Bennett's real human warmth manifests
in the strangest places, moving what would otherwise be searing sarcasm towards
a genuinely fun and good-natured laugh at ourselves. Ultimately it is her
kindness that gives her work both its distinctiveness and its effectiveness:
while her commerical Muzak jingles at times lead you to believe you are being
lulled into a bludgeoning, her manipulations and surreal juxtapositions are
never cruel, offering instead an uplifting glimpse into the possibilities of
meaningful communication within (or despite) a sea of chitchat, of real emotion
inside the sentimental, and ultimately of an ennobling critical method which is
engaged, insightful and diabolically effective without being condescending or
overly self-confident. "Thermos Explorer", her ninth solo album, is my favorite
PLU to date. Each listening finds me singing along and grinning like an idiot.
Why is listening to this so much fun? It's like having a sleepover with your
hilarious best friend, where everything they say makes you giggle-behind all the
music is the irresistably sweet Vicki Bennett, and you just can't help but like
her. - Thomas Olson
THE SEA AND CAKE, "OUI"
What a boring album. And not boring in the good way, like Philip Glass' fun
with monotony or Low's sublime minimilist architectonics or even Stephin
Merritt's clever zen-inflected loop songs (see his glorious THE HOUSE OF
TOMMORROW ep) that prove repetition can be a dircet path to pop nirvana.
Rather, Sea and Cake's new disc is all about the non-event: nothing happens,
and nothing ever will happen. And as you sit there like a character in some
existential vaudeville skit, listening to its tastefully tedious keyboards
and drums and noodly guitars and breathy, indistinct vocals < for what seems
like an eternity < you'll suffer in paraysms of boredom. And wonder why the
hell anyone who likes music actually likes this stuff. If this is the
alternative to alternative rock, I think i'd rather listen to the air
conditioner. Just say "NON!" to OUI. John McEntire fans will want to check
out the fine new Aluminum Group album, PELO, which shows his skills as
performer and producer to a fine advantage. The Navin boys have abandoned
their fey, soft-rock ways for electroplated dance tracks, and McEntire is a
- LD Begtol
MERZBOW "LIVE AT RADIO 100"
I'm not sure what possessed me to order this cd considering my recent
overindulgent purchase of a "Merzbox" 50 disc box set, but I'm sure glad
that I did. "Live at Radio 100" is a limited edition of 500 that comes
in a neat silver and blue carton box with slip off top. It features a
single 42 and a half minute track that documents a live performance for
the Dutch pirate radio show "Earbitten". Masami Akita (aka Merzbow) mans
a turntable and electronics and is joined by Bara on turntable and some
bizarre vocals, Reiko on theremin and 'guest' Radboud Mens on turntable.
This unique DJ team spin a non-genre specific assortment of records (the
only one I can positively identify being Louis Armstrong), sometimes
simultaneously, and carve it up with swathes of sound effects and
electronic noise. The result is, yes, noisy and chaotic, but much of it
is quite subdued with a trance like atmospheric quality reminiscent of
Throbbing Gristle's "In the Shadow of the Sun" soundtrack. A sense of
humor also prevails too through the eclectic choice of sound sources and
the way in which they are obliterated. Overall "Live at Radio 100" is
very entertaining and listenable, especially by Merzbow standards. I'm
somewhat surprised at how 'musical' the piece sounds considering it's a
live collaboration. I hope there's more stuff like this in the Merzbox,
which I've yet to seriously delve in to. Now ... where's my aspirin? - Mark Weddle
AUTOMATOR "A MUCH BETTER TOMORROW"
Dan "The Automator" Nakamura is one half of Handsome Boy Modeling School
and well known for his production duties in various collaborative efforts.
"A Much Better Tomorrow" takes the 1996 "A Better Tomorrow" EP, remasters
it and fleshes it out with previously unreleased tracks from the same era
into an inexpensive full length cd. If you're a fan of the Dr. Octagon
LPs with Kool Keith, then this is a must have as 6 of the 11 tracks are
from the same sessions and feature Keith in his Sinister 6000 alter ego.
Nakamura's varied approach to hip hop deftly weaves together samples and
laid back, big ass, jazzy beats as backdrop for rhymes on all but two
tracks. Keith ditches the silly medical mumbo jumbo here in favor of old
skool silliness and braggadocio. Neph the Madman and Poet handle the MC
duties on a track apiece and DJ Q-Bert adds scratches to another. This
may be 4 years old - an eternity in the world of hip hop - but it doesn't
sound dated. Dan is the man. An even cheaper EP with just the new tracks
is also available from 75ark.com for those who already own the original EP.
How cool is that? - Mark Weddle
ORSO, "LONG TIME BY"
On their self-titled 1998 debut, oRSo sounded alot like Tom Waits and Rex
(for which oRSo's frontman Phil Spirito is/was bassist) in collusion with
the Penguin Cafe Orchestra, all tripping barefoot through an Appalachian
twilight. It was all very beautiful and strange, and altogether an excellent
start. But their new record is miles ahead down the path. And there's nary a
shred of indie rock on it -- it's all banjos and tenor guitars and weird
keyboards and looped noises and lots and lots of gorgeous strings. And lots
of songs in waltz time (shades of Rex's fine WALTZ album). More and more,
oRSo feels like a real band, with Ben's and Gillian's contributions ever
more organic and integral to the project. LONG TIME BY is a slice of pure
heaven served warm on the back porch, with some fresh cream on the side for
extra yumminess. There is nothing more satisfying than this homemade
confection -- wrought with magic and love, fraught with mystery and despair.
- LD Begtol
JOHN WESLEY HARDING, "CONFESSIONS OF ST. ACE"
Perhaps with this wonderfully fun new album John Wesley Harding will
transcend the Elvis Costello comparisons once and for all. The influence is
still there in the form of clever, wordy lyrics, eccentric and extravagant
pop gestures, and a richly emotive delivery. But Harding's sense of humour
is infinitely warmer and more inviting that Costello's sardonic hauteur ever
was. And Harding lacks the layer of schmaltz that too often made Costello's
work unbearbly bathetic. ST. ACE has sexy ballads like "After the Fact,"
soaring powerpop in the form of "You in Spite of Yourself," and serious
silliness in tracks like "Humble Bee" and "Old Girlfriends." The cheery
incest subtext of "Bad Dream Baby" would make both Edward Gorey and Roy
Orbison shudder in their coffins. Harding's cheeky "Goth Girl" will make you
want to slip into some tattered velvet, smear your mouth with black lipstick
and go out prayer-dancing just like you did all those years ago.
- LD Begtol
We know that sometimes these CDs are
somewhat challenging to find, which is why we have a RECOMMENDED STORES section which can be
used to obtain nearly everything available on the site.
Add N To (X) - Plug Me In 7"/12"/CDEP (Mute, UK)
Aspen - Sugar/Spice 12" (Emanate, US)
* Badly Drawn Boy - The Hour of the Bewilderbeast CD (XL/Beggars Banquet, US)
Broadcast - Extended Play Two 12"/CDEP (Warp, UK)
Capitol K - Island Row CD/2xLP [limited UK-only release - to be reissued worldwide via XL in 2001] (Planet µ, UK)
Cex - Role Playa LP (555, UK)
Richard Chartier - Series CD (Line, US)
Chix 52 - Give Me Back My Man 12" (Chicks On Speed, Germany)
Delerium - Silence 12"/two CDEPs (Nettwerk, UK)
Dirty Beatniks - Whores Freaks Saints & Angels 12"/CDEP (Wall Of Sound, UK)
DJ Vadim - Your Revolution 12" (Ninja Tune, UK/Canada/US)
* Doves - Lost Souls CD (Heavenly/Astralwerks, US)
Jeremy Dower - Sentimental Dance Music for Couples CD (Plug Research, US)
The Freight Elevator Quartet - Becoming Transparent CD (Caipirinha, US)
The Freight Elevator Quartet - Exasperation 12" [mixes by Kit Clayton, Datach'i and Federspiel] (Caipirinha, US)
Gamma - Black Atlantian 12" (Big Dada/Ninja Tune, UK/Canada/US)
Laurent Garnier - Greed 12" (Mute, US)
Geiom - Cut & Pressed 12" [mixes by Infant, Bauri and Geiom] (Neo Ouija, UK)
HiM - Our Point of Departure CD/LP (Fat Cat, UK)
Hood vs. Duo 14 - remix 10" (555, UK)
Hynek - Hynek 12" (Fauna, Sweden)
Imperial Floral Assault Unit - Imperial Floral Assault Unit CD-R (Crunch Pod Media, US)
King Cobb Steelie - Mayday CD (Ryko/Palm Pictures, US/Canada)
Heiko Laux - Sensefiction Remixed CD [mixes by Surgeon, Johannes Heil, DJ Slip, Alter Ego and more] (Kanzleramt, Germany)
Tim "Love" Lee - Just Call Me Lone Lee CD (Tummy Touch, UK)
Francisco Lopez - Untitled #104 (Alien8, Canada)
Denver McCarthy - Rise and Shine CD (Statra, US)
MD - Applesap CD (Merck, US)
Mekon - Relax With Mekon CD/2xLP (Wall Of Sound, UK)
Molasses - Trilogie: Toil and Peaceful Life (Fancy/Alien8, Canada)
Nightmares On Wax/Various - DJ Kicks CD/2xLP (Studio K7, Germany)
* Nigo - Ape Sounds CD/2xLP (Mo Wax, UK)
Persona vs. Control Panel - My Future is Not Yours CD-R [ltd to 200 copies] (Simulated, US)
* Photek - Solaris CD (Science/Virgin, UK)
Pimmon - In Conjola Mode 7" (Bad Jazz, UK)
Pisstank/LSR - split 7" [on yellow vinyl] (555, UK)
Quiet Celebration - Quiet Celebration CD (Noh Poetry/Gazul, US/France)
Radio Boy - Machine Drilling For Oil 12" (Accidental, UK)
Radiohead - Kid A CD/2x10" (Parlophone, UK/US/Canada)
The Sea and Cake - Oui CD/LP (Thrill Jockey, US)
Peel Seamus - Shifting Gears 12" (Delsin, Netherlands)
Space Raiders - Laying It Down 12" (Skint, UK)
Starfish Poll/Various - Lymph Three 12" (Lymph, Belgium)
Stereo De Luxe - Glamorama CD/LP (Bungalow, UK)
Spaceship Eyes - Of Cosmic Repercussions CD (Noh Poetry/Hypnotic, US)
Steward - Horselaugh On My Ex CD (555, UK)
Subarachnoid Space - These Things Take Time CD (Release, US)
Surreal Madrid - We're Going to Vegas, Baby! 12" (Fused & Bruised, UK)
Sykes - I Witness CD (Iris Light, UK)
Terre Thaemlitz - Selling 7" (Bottrop-Boy, The Netherlands)
Themroc - The Frozen EP 12" (Wall Of Sound, UK)
Emiliana Torrini vs. Smith & Ludlow and Stromba - E-RMX 3 7" (Fat Cat/One Little Indian, UK)
Town and Country - it all has to do with it CD/LP (Thrill Jockey, US)
Various - 10.02 EP 12" (Moving Shadow, UK)
Various - Battery Sentinel 2 2xCD (Crunch Pod Media, US)
Various - Cookin 5 2x12" (Good Looking/Cooking, UK)
Various - Cottage Industries CD [with Clatterbox, Geiom, Phonem, Herrmann & Kleine, Bauri and more] (Neo Ouija, UK)
Various - Cues Hip Hop Shop Vol II CD/LP (Stray, US)
Various - Owasso Night Atlas CD (Infrasound, US)
Various - Smakfull Elektronik LP [with Arovane, Plod, Bauri, Spinform and more] (Saundart, Sweden)
Various - Stray From The Pack CD/LP (Stray, US)
Various - Variious 2xCD [ltd to 1000 copies; with Taylor Deupree, John Watermann, Kevin Drumm, Roel Meelkop, Pimmon, *0, Richard Chartier, Voice Crack and more] (Intransitive, US)
Sven Vath - L'Esperanza Remixes 12" (Club Culture, Germany)
Cristian Vogel - Whipaspank 12" (Mute, US)
The Wee DJs - They Take 12" (Gassoline, UK)
Anjali - Lazy Lagoon 12"/CDEP (Wiiija, UK)
Magic Mike - Journey (Era Of Bass Pt 2) CD/2xLP (Mo Wax, UK)
Gary Numan - Pure CD (Eagle, UK)
James Plotkin/Pimmon - split 12" [ltd to 1500 numbered copies] (Fat Cat, UK)
Red Snapper - Our Aim Is To Satisfy Red Snapper CD/2xLP (Warp, UK)
David Sylvian - Everything & Nothing 2xCD/3xCD [anthology with lots of reworked/remixed and previously unreleased tracks - 3xCD version is limited] (Virgin, UK)
Emiliana Torrini vs. Antenna Farm and Motion - E-RMX 4 7" (Fat Cat/One Little Indian, UK)
Various - Plus 8 Classics: 1990-1997 2xCD (NovaMute, UK)
Komet - Rausch CD (12K, US)
Slicker meets The Aluminum Group - Immediate Action #6 12" (Hefty, US)
Various - Plus 8 Classics v1: 90-92 CD (Plus 8/Minus, Canada)
For a more comprehensive release schedule stretching far into the future, please check out the NEW RELEASES brought to you by Greg and Feedback Monitor.
COIL'S RETURN TO ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL
The place smelled of goths when I got in, but I'm assuming that was
incense burning from the stage rather than perfume because it didn't
smell of goths by the time Foetus was on.
Low stage lighting, moving through the performance from purple to
green to red, made the low-hanging bulbs, which were pulsing
irregularly as if being strangled of current, lit the band and their
equipment dimly as if in a dungeon laboratorya subtle but
They opened with "Something", followed by a new track, "Higher Beings
Command," which involved a lot of plonking about on marimba by Tom Edwards (Spiritualised). Then,
amazingly, "Titan Arch". I think everyone was gobsmacked that they
were finally seeing Coil play their songs live. The first RFH concert
was an impressive sustained sound piece, but pretty abstract; tonight
it was much more Coil as a band, playing the pop songs you love. I
really hope they continue playing live, and in this vein. That said,
this performance was made slightly bizarre by the (presumably
intentional) humour of a sequence of slides showing what I believe were
Then Balance announced a song from 'Horse Rotorvator,' and again
mentioned their curse on Stevo for stealing that record and
'Scatology.' I hoped for "Ostia", but we were given to "Blood From
The Air". However, it was no disappointmentpossibly the highlight
of the night. Balance remarked how strange it was to finally be
singing these songs. And it was strange to be hearing them too.
They followed up with a really impressive version of a new track, "I
Am The Green Child", in a slightly heavier and darker form than on the
'Constant Shallowness Leads To Evil' CD sold in the foyer.
What followed, if anything, is a blur now, but it wasn't long before
the final section, which seemed to be announced as "Constant
Shallowness Leads To Evil", and was a noisy, evolving piece like the
original RFH performance, but much more violent. Balance dedicated it
solemnly to presumably deceased friends and to David Tibet.
The visuals went into overdrive at this point. There was an
incredible film of a complex, cloudy undulating red and yellow
circular image which was accompanied by a hellish, deep red light show
which became more and more extreme as the music did. As they started,
Balance screamed "louder, louder" several times, and got his demand.
As the music developed, so did the light show, with several overhead
strobes blasting the red light away, followed by the vertical strip
strobe lights that I recognized from the first RFH performance. As
the strobes took over, you could just about read "God Please Fuck My
Mind For Good" and "Colour, Sound, Oblivion" being flashed up on the
screen. A bit of metal bashing too. It seems likely the final piece
was based in part on "Tunnel Of Goats", the last fifteen or so tracks
of the 'Constant Shallowness' CD, which I'm listening to
now. (After about one full listen I'd say this was much more
essential for Coil fans than 'Queens...'.)
Overall, it was an excellent night mixing the best of Coil's old and
new material. Less mysterious than the first RFH gig, but more involved with both music and visuals, and more like I had always imagined seeing Coil live would be. - Andrew Shires
Suffice it to say that Saint Etienne have never been bashful about their status as one of the original prime purveyors of retro bliss pop. Even in venturing into a new sonic direction with arrangements by post-Krautrock darlings To Rococo Rot and The High Llamas' Sean O'Hagan on their most recent album, Sound of Water, the band's music remains as charming and catchy as ever. So, unlike many artists who prefer not to play older material in favor of the newer, Saint Etienne's set list embraced a number of their oldest (and most beloved) hits. Rousing renditions of "Only Love Can Break Your Heart," "Like a Motorway," and "Nothing Can Stop Us Now," were performed to the delight of the audience alongside new songs "Boy Is Crying," "Heart Failed (In the Back of a Taxi)," and "Sycamore" from Sound of Water. Unfortunately, this was the slight downside of the performance: the band seemed to opt for a set list that was heavy on the crowd favorites, at the expense of some of their better material. But, then again, isn't that what pop bands are all about? Also noteworthy was the use of back-up singers clad in hip-huggers, playing tambourines and cowbells, and engaging in perfectly-rehearsed 60s dance moves. Something that would be nearly laughable in other bands was well-suited to the kitschy cuteness Saint Etienne is known for. They did an excellent job in entertaining their fans, which presumable was every intention of the band for this tour. - Jessica Tibbits
"APOCALYPSE CULTURE 2"
The sequel to the seminal, shocking and subversive
compilation "Apocalypse Culture" is of somewhat biblical
proportions; indeed, that most misunderstood and
indigestible of all books is repeatedly refried to as a
point of comparison by the cover blurb. The rather
unlikely host of latter day saints contributing to this
volume includes Colin Wilson, Michael
Moynihan, Boyd Rice, Peter Sotos and Parfray himself. As
can be expected, the book is in much the same vein as
its predecessor; a study of the most extreme and
unpalatable aspects of human experience and behavior.
Terrain covered, and mapped out not in sensationalist
gloom but in unforgiving light, is primarily a lovely
land of cannibalism, pedophilia, child murder,
necrophilia, racial hatred and scatology. Transgression
is the order of this (fatal) day, even if its
contributors may be unwitting to an uncertain degree, as
the words of Darwin, the mentally retarded, and
anonymous psychopaths drift into a disconcerting
context. Taboos are (at the very least) stamped upon.
Thought crimes are committed. But I very much doubt if
the creators of, and contributors to, this work care in
the slightest who this sort of thing will shock. (And
shocked you may well be, despite how liberal, jaded, or
cynical you consider yourself.) Shock is not the
objective. Instead, "Apocalypse Culture 2" serves to
illustrate not only that this behavior exists, but also
that in certain quarters it is celebrated and let
flourish. In short, a disturbing, enlightening,
essential and inspirational read. And I use none of
these words lightly. - Brian Conniffe
THE FLASHIEST WORD PROCESSOR YET
Thanks to the folks over at Chisenhale, Werd Perhect is now available. Go to www.chisenhale.org.uk/ch2 and click on the spinning thingy... What a waste of time!
Subject: constant shallowness. . .
The old Coil news said that Coil are going to release a new album after their Royal Festival Hall gig. However, the new news faintly mentions a CD, but they didnt name it. Is this the same CD? It was so dramatically described by John Balance that I feel strongly compelled to have it.
Sorry for any confustion. "Constant Shallowness Leads to Evil" was initially available only at the gig but is now being distributed worldwide by World Serpent. It is available.
Please wise us up to this release.. I've heard all sorts of stuff about it like there's 23 tracks on the actual CD. But there are only SIX titles listed. Noisy and more musickal, in what way? Horse Rotorvator? Hellraiser? MerZbow? AuBe?
A review and sound samples are due shortly here on THE BRAIN. Hopefully next week. Sound samples will be up on the Coil website this week with any luck.
Subject: Tortoise Discography
I found your discography because I was looking for a listing of the
done by John mcIntyre & Bundy Brown.......You wouldn't happen to know of a
site that lists them?
Otherwise, nice site.
Thanks for the compliments, while those are great ideas (both have been tossed around before), the task seems to be a bit much as there's so much work from either of them. Keeping up with it would be difficult too.
Subject: junk mail
i'm tryin to rid my life of junk mail
can u help
If we knew, we'd be rich...
Hello dear friends,
Hurray for Brainwashed radio
Keep on doing what you do best
Thanks for listning! Glad you enjoy it.
Subject: label question
I just saw my label (Bottrop-Boy) mentioned in the new
records section, and I would like to ask the
I've tried to get in contact with an American
distributor for my singles, but nobody seems to be
interested enough to reply. Would you happen to know a
good distributor for electronica 7" singles in the US?
This my release schedule so far:
b-boy 002: DAT Politics 7"
b-boy 003: Terre Thaemlitz 7"
b-boy 004: Nobukazu Takemura 7"
Those all sound like excellent releases. I wish I had good advice for you but in my experience the US distributors are terrible with about one or two exceptions. What'll most likely happen is that you won't get anything out to the folks in the USA, spend a long difficult time selling them and watch them all sell on auction websites years from now at 10x the price you were charging for them. And where will you be? You might not have broken even with your costs by then.... Shitty, shitty, shitty business we're all in.
Subject: nice to see ya!
Wow - just got my first subscription copy of The Wire
(normally I just pick them up) after 3years on the
Coil list I finally get to see your face!
Congrats on the coverage - they didn't say enough
about how spesh the Brain is however!
Thanks! You're pretty spesh too! Thanks for writing.
Subject: Annie Anxiety
Hi I'm looking for any Annie Anxiety albums, but cant find any. Are they all
out of print or what, do you know any stores that do carry any of her music?
Any info helpful.
They are indeed all out of print right now, but look around at used places online and do searches. They do pop up frequently in searches.
Subject: just a tiny question...
What is Edward Ka-Spel's birth date? I don't need a
year, just the month and day..I'd really appreciate
A BAG OF PORK SCRATCHINGS
VENGABOYS - cheekah bow bow
BOBBY CRUSH - double decker party
SHAKIN STEVENS- green door
DR DEATH- injected with a poison
- James Kirby, V/Vm
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