In their first ever live action adventure the delirious duo *Beta Max* and *Freak-One* dazzle and delight fans of all ages and economic tax fractals. This Soft Grunge hit will warm the iciest heart with a special message centered around family and honor.
From the 1995 broadcast on the repercussions of moshing.
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more at: http://www.whitetube.de facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whitetube Tal R talking about "Haut Couture" Exhibited at Kunstverein Hamburg, 2011 video by Karsten Wiesel
https://www.patreon.com/grungescene http://twitter.com/TheGrungeScene https://www.facebook.com/GrungeSceneSeattle/ They did not play according to the rules. And they came at a time when the rules were strangling the music. They just blew the 80's nonsense apart. They knocked Michael Jackson off the charts, what better metaphor for what he could have accomplished. He had so much to give, he had so much left to write. He was the closest that his generation came to a John Lennon. In that he was writing very much from the heart and he didn't play according to the rules. And the thing I found disturbing was that the number of letters I got after my original review of 'In Utero' in which I made that reference. People were saying "How dare you compare him to John Lennon." I say look at their life stories, listen to the music. If you don't see the connection, you're just not paying attention. [ Kurt Loder is an unemotional douchebag! ]