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Date: Thu, 1 Dec 1994 01:59:01 +0100 (MET)
From: alex[at]-remove-trinket.co.at (Alexander Vrchoticky)
> Okay, I'm not sure I get this one.
I was being facetious. I *knew* I shouldn't have been ...
> Comparing Pat's weakest, IMO, to
> Chilton's strongest doesn't quite catch.
Let's not open *that* can of worms again. Condition-Blue-sucks-no-it's-
great-no-it-sucks-donkey-shlongs-through-crazy-straws discussions have
been quite heated on this list, and the different viewpoints seem to be
pretty irreconcilable. Continuing this discussion promises to be about
as fruitful as, well, discussing whether Sister Lovers is Chilton's
strongest or not.
Consider my off-hand remark as an acknowledgment that both albums have
both devout followers and outspoken critics, combine this with the fact that
they're both down-on-the-floor-but-not-quite-out albums, and you'll do
> I'd say that if any of PF's work is _SL_-influenced, it's _Cult_. Thoughts?
I'd have to lie if I was to claim that I've listened to `Cult' lately,
`lately' in this case being the last two years. So, no thoughts on that