the raw h.e.a.d. and funkin bones edition

this here is the r.a.w. memorial edition of h.e.a.d. from wence comes this show’s moniker. r.a.w. got out just after the last h.e.a.d. show finished up, so it is only fitting that we begin this funkin’ funktastic issue with none other than the erisian pope of discordianism, and likely the model for bob of the sub genius. hail eris! all hail discordia!

robert anton wilson ‘a calculus of dread’ right where you are sitting now
cracker ‘euro-trash girl’ kerosene hat
tom waits ‘road to peace’ orphans: bastards
pretenders ‘thumbalina’ learning to crawl
big star ’till the end of the day’ third/sister lovers
zz top ‘enjoy & get it on’ tejas
cold grits ‘it’s your thing’ what it is!
jimmy norman ‘gangster of love pt 1 & 2’ what it is!
curtis mayfied ‘pusherman’ blaxploitation vol.1
jimmy tolbert ‘take it off’ what it is!
aretha franklin ‘rock steady’ what it is!
midnight & i grade ‘is real’
lee ‘srcatch’ perry ‘dub along’ super ape
fort knox five ‘rastarollarink’
talking heads ‘pulled up’ talking heads:77
b52’s ‘rock lobster’ b52’s
devo ‘gut feeling’ life aquatic s/t
beastie boys ‘gratitude’ check your head
jesus & mary chain ‘(doubt)reverberation’ where the pyramid meets the eye
spider & the webs ‘mister hypnotist’ frozen roses
bleach ‘canary tekirku no gyakushuu’ bleach 03
joy division ‘interzone’ warsaw
william s. burroughs ‘roosevelt after inauguration’ nova convention
bleach ‘hadaka no jyuu’ 3 girls from okinawa
black flag ‘thirsty & miserable’ damaged
bloc party ‘like eating glass’ silent alarm
tv on the radio ‘hours’ return to cookie mountain
bleach ‘sketch book’ migi mo hidari mo shihai…
gang of four ‘not great men’ entertainment
mc 900ft jesus ‘dancing barefoot’ welcome to my dream

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fnord!

hail eris!

robert anton wilson one of the people who blew my mind early on and helped to disrupt consensus reality long enough for me to GET OUT, got out today. “look up and wave, he’ll get a big kick out of this”

i will pass on the one piece of wisdom he wrote in a letter to me long ago when i contacted him looking for information on the temple of the hidden god – houston, “don’t forget to breathe”

all hail discordia!

fnord!

hail eris!

robert anton wilson one of the people who blew my mind early on and helped to disrupt consensus reality long enough for me to GET OUT, got out today. “look up and wave, he’ll get a big kick out of this”

i will pass on the one piece of wisdom he wrote in a letter to me long ago when i contacted him looking for information on the temple of the hidden god – houston, “don’t forget to breathe”

all hail discordia!

h,e.a.d. for hedonism groovin’ into the new year

eavan boland ‘witching’ an origin like water
shel silverstein ‘peace proposal’ freaking at the freak ball
rasputina ‘all tomorrow’s parties’ thanks for all the ether
baaba maal & mansour seck ‘sehilam’ djam leelii
dezarie ‘omega’ fya
tracey champman ‘why?’ tracey champman
tv on the radio ‘mr. grieves’ young liars
the smiths ‘i want the one i can’t have’ meat is murder
stevie wonder ‘superstition’ talking book
james brown ‘i got my own bag’ get on the good foot
the commodores ‘brick house’ greatest hits
bob marley and the wailers ‘lively up yourself’ natty dread
nusrat fateh ali khan & michael brook ‘intoxication’ night song
le tigre ‘new kicks’ this island
the roots ‘false media’ game theory
english beat ‘rough rider’ just can’t stop it
culture club ‘church of the poisoned mind’ colour by numbers
prince ‘sexuality’ controversy
bad mutha goose & the bros. grimm ‘jump the funk’ jump the funk
public enemy ‘night of the living bassheads’ it takes a nation of millions
tribe called quest ‘can i kick it?’ anthology
george clinton ‘knee deep (midnight mix)’ greatest funkin’ hits
rasputina ‘mother was an opium-smoker (melora mix)’ poor relations in the shed out back
noisettes ‘scratch your name’ what’s the time mr. wolf?
janes’s addiction ‘idiot’s rule’ nothing’s shocking
black sabbath ‘sabbath bloody sabbath’ sabbath bloody sabbath
dead kennedys ‘holiday in cambodia’ give me convenience or give me death
patti smith ‘where duty calls’ dream of life

r.i.p. r.a.w.