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60. Gone Mother Fucker... Fucking Stoned Yeah.


...The Cult album - 1994. Known as the Ram album. Shit man, this is the mutt's nuts.


22.00. Same day as the previous post.


Still got presents to wrap, a drum kit to piece together, and a trampoline to put up. No beer in the house.


Yeah, you got it. I still haven't begun. Fuck it. I'll begin after this.


"High. On your own, yeah. Gone mother fucker. Fucking Stoned." - The Cult, Gone

Listen to the song, dudes:



I was basically chilling out, when the early 90s came to mind and I remember getting home from the record shop with this beauty in my hands. Whoa. I mean, I liked The Cult, but I didn't expect this fucker to come out of the speakers. Double album - 100% every track is mighty. Salute to Sir Astbury.


On a parr with Julian Cope's Peggy Suicide album. Geez. Put either of these on and man it changes the energy of the whole day. Right on, brother. You've gotta work through the first tracks though to open up to genius from track 3.


Here's a link to one of Cope's finest off this album "Safe Surfer": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vN_wSqWKCk&list=PLiIVRgMOACAeI3-YpJpGS9jwHZXMH6nFE&index=6


I was in luck once. Happened to live in Moseley, Birmingham, UK, and heard from some dude in The Trafalgar pub that the Holy Cope was playing that evening at the Moseley Dance Centre, a 10-minute walk from my flat, with a pleasant trip back along Ladypool Road, the Balti curry centre of the world. It's rude not to man. Veggie samosas, poppadoms, aloo dal balti, a bottle of beer, a piece of chocolate barfi, and change from a tenner for two of us. Swell.


So, me and my special lady of the time, walked through the double doors of goodness to enter a thick haze of hash smoke and the sweet sounds of East Easy Rider. I don't remember any more from that night apart from seeing some dude's spikey hair flopping around with the stage lights blasting through it in a Camelot-esque mist.


Also, I've been listening to some mellow vibes from a class Dude. I mean, I don't know for sure cus I only heard of him two weeks ago. I got his book on Audiobook Amazon thingy, J Dilla. Know him? J Dilla. He reinvented hip hop beats in the early 90s (hey got a 90s vibe going on here) with some off-beat mellowness.


Check out this vibe here Dudes, if you like some paired back smoothness: J Dilla '93 til. This is gooooooooood...



There you go.


What's the message, gents and ladies?


Kick back. You can be surprised where doing nothing can take you.


I feel ready. Creative. Got my allen keys ready, wrapping paper. Full on, goodness.


Know when to stir it up, dudes.



Rev. Thomo



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