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mackstress
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This did make me giggle.


I can add Therapy's Troublegum to the list:

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and perhaps Tori Amos' Little Earthquakes:

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"I'm in a box! A box fashioned from society's mores, do you see?"

[ 15.02.2007, 22:11: Message edited by: mackstress ]

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Joe Public
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I like that dwarf/crucifix thing.

Crucifixion images are a hoot. A friend of mine once casually remarked (during lunch) that "white fish without a light butter sauce was like a Madonna gig without a crucifixion scene - unthinkable".

It was funny at the time.

[ 15.02.2007, 22:22: Message edited by: Tony Curran ]

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Ah, Therapy. Not a lot of thought went into their covers. Some good tunes though.

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My name is Mumpo
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luckily, for every 'Troublegum' there's a 'Nurse'

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Looking at the title of the link, I knew that the Ministry and Tripping Daisy covers had to be on there. But aren't they missing the joke of the Soul Asylum cover?

Speaking of Tori Amos, I was driving behind a landscaper's pickup truck with all of the usual stuff in back--lawn mower, weed wacker, rakes, etc. But he had a Tori Amos sticker on the back window of the truck. Perplexing.

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