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Originally posted by Jazzerman
I'd have to see a hard copy of this cover to even believe its true. It looks really fake, but then again, most "Party Music" is totally worthless and "fake"!
This album cover is for real. It got plenty of coverage in the days after 9/11. I wouldn't give you a plug nickel for all the hip-hoppers on the planet so I can't honestly critique the noise encoded on the disc.
Originally posted by joey
1. Metro (Brooklyn mix)
2. Me to be
3. Sounds so crazy
4. Look around you
5. Light delay
6. Inside your head
7. Holland tunnel
8. Flute loops
9. Aurora borealis
10. You don't even know her
12. Move on
14. Metro (Athens mix)
Originally posted by shanti23
Out of the Loop
I am the World Trade Center
Originally posted by Perfect stranger
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1. Out of the Loop ~ I Am The World Trade Center -- (Audio CD - April 15, 2002)
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For the record, I Am The World Trade Center got to the twin towers before Osama did, having released their synth-pop debut, Out of the Loop two months prior to 9/11. No word on why Dan Gellar and Amy Dykes “were” the World Trade Center in the first place, save for an enigmatic reference to the two towers as a metaphor for the couple’s relationship, “both professionally and personally,” says Gellar, and something about how they really, really like New York.
Originally posted by TomSawyer
Did you happen to notice the title of song #7 in your post? Holland Tunnel, which has been shut down to commercial traffic, since the "new" terrorist threats?
Originally posted by WestPoint23
Uhh...they did envision the WTC being a target for terrorism. They just missed the part about planes filled full with jet fuel being taken hostage with 5 men with box cutters who are suicidal and would use the planes like missiles and slam in to the building.
Can anyone blame them I would have probably never though of that too.
During the filming of the actual fire pouring forth from the Twin Towers, several cameras caught what seemed to be a demon face in the smoke. While most people were discounting this face as purely coincidental, two former Satanists called me within a couple of hours after those pictures were released, to tell me that those faces looked exactly like demons they had seen during a ritual when demons physically manifest themselves in this dimension. Cisco Wheeler further said that some of the most powerful demons in Satan's kingdom were known as Fire Demons; it was to these demons that the ancient peoples -- including Jews -- sacrificed their children to Molech.
Conspiracy is in the very air of Al Amarja. Its owner is immune to the "I Lied" card.
The application and affidavit for the search warrant for Steve Jackson
Games (Case #A-90-54m), dated February 28, 1990, and signed by U.S.
Magistrate Stephen H. Capelle in Austin Texas and Special Agent Timothy M.
Foley of the U.S. Secret Service, has been released. The application
alleges violations of Title 18 USC Sections 2314 and 1030 and was issued in
the U.S. District Court (Western District of Texas).
Originally posted by kode
I read the article on the collective subconscious, it was quite compelling. If collective consciousness exists without doubt then maybe some do pick up on disturbing events and then amplify it. Musicians being probably more liberal and open minded might have picked up on it quicker.
Originally posted by MKugs
It's been posted a million times. But thats alright. I personally feel, it wasn't supposedly done before 9/11. I think it was done as a publicity stunt, especially because the only ones that ever saw the cover, was the record label.
Adding to the confusion is the fact that the original CD cover had already gone out to members of the press, distributors and others. Before the album's release got pushed back to November, The Coup received reviews in several publications, including print editions of Wired Magazine, Spin and CMJ.
Naturally, many of the reviews came accompanied with pictures of the original CD cover, complete with exploding buildings.