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(CorporateMofo)   Industrial Godfather J.G. Thirlwell: The Corporate Mofo Interview   (corporatemofo.com) divider line 19
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2002-10-28 01:02:28 AM
party!
 
2002-10-28 01:09:46 AM
Heh, I've got one of those too Mallio, but you know what. If people start clicking alot from the same link, they'll have their servers pick up on it and it will erase all your work. I tried to submit mine as a link on Fark and then realized that it's a message board. So it pretty much is asking for a banning. Read the bottom of the page.
 
2002-10-28 01:17:39 AM
J.G. Thirlwell? Isn't that the old bastard that Anna-Nicole Smith farked?
 
2002-10-28 01:18:57 AM
No, I think that's Strom Thurmond.
 
2002-10-28 01:26:07 AM
absolutely useless.
 
2002-10-28 01:42:03 AM
Foetus kicks ass. I didn't even know he had a website... very cool.
 
2002-10-28 01:54:32 AM
Seems like an interesting guy. Perhaps it's unfortunate that my only experience with his music is a crappy remix of Front 242's "Religion."
 
2002-10-28 02:04:42 AM
Useless self-important imitation of something remotely interesting.
 
2002-10-28 02:12:12 AM
Mallio- you are my only sibling of the night. Do not destroy yourself this way. I will become an old child of the night!
 
2002-10-28 02:21:33 AM
Well, there is no going back now...I've made my decision, and tonight, i will OD on farker blood.
 
2002-10-28 03:48:33 AM
Foetus is classic. Every few years there's another wave of bands that come out with a (media proclaimed) "new" sound that Thirlwell did years ago.
 
2002-10-28 07:27:13 AM
Ya know, one question about remixing NIN, would not have hurt.
 
2002-10-28 08:54:01 AM
Good to see he's back in the groove. Foetus defined a much-copied sound...
 
2002-10-28 09:16:13 AM
Foetus is genius. JG, Raymond Watts, and David Thrussell are three creative masterminds that will never get the amount of attention and money they deserve.
 
2002-10-28 09:45:43 AM
I'll have to see what he's up to these days. Foetus was always kind of hit or miss for me, but the stuff I liked, I liked a lot.
 
2002-10-28 10:38:59 AM
Good article; interesting guy. I like his sense of controlling all aspects of his work; and finally, an evenhanded comment on the subject of music distribution (re: fileshareing).
 
2002-10-28 10:44:49 AM
Time to break out NIN's Fixed, and check out JG's website. I've been in the mood for some new music lately.
 
2002-10-28 12:02:19 PM
Fer gosh sakes, will somebody Free James Brown (So He Can Run Me Down) already?
Also, I think Thirlwell's "Steroid Maximus" side project is pretty cool. Sounds like a soundtrack to a movie about demons, zulus, and bebop jazz people trying to bludgeon their way into/out of hell.
 
2002-10-28 02:03:39 PM
Foetus is great, great stuff. If you haven't, check it out. Flow is his latest and is his best in quite a while (Gash left me a little cold, but Flow more than made up for it).
 
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