Thursday, September 11, 2003

How did you spend your patriot day?

It's Ian N who brings this to the table:

James Cauty, a founding member of The KLF and The Orb, is making a track called 'Silent Night' available via the web for today and today only in recognition of the second anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks. Talking to Aussie website Undercover Cauty explains: "I recorded the track a while ago and a few days ago I realized it was going to be the 9/11 anniversary. We wanted to respond to what was going on." The track is released under the artist moniker of Blacksmoke, "an occasional art collective and musical group" who have just completed an EP called'Fuck the Fucking Fuckers'. "It is a concept EP, the concept being fuck America basically and fuck weapons of mass destruction. It is like a protest record. It is the kind of record that you would want to put on if you are going to go out on a riot. We do feel quite angry about what has been going on with the war". The 'Silent Night' track can be downloaded at

Of course, if you read this after midnight you're too late and will have to run the risk of all that child porn looking for it on kazzaa-goo-goo.

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