[rumori] Fwd: Cheap Dialogue
illegal art [rumori] Fwd: Cheap Dialogue
Wed, 30 Dec 1998 19:52:47 +0900 (00915015167, v04011708b2af60d3c3c4at[22.214.171.124])
does anyone know anything about this?
>Subject: Cheap Dialogue
>Date: Tue, 29 Dec 1998 11:53:23 -0500
>Hi. Just read the article from Salon magazine on your endeavor. I
>thought you might be interested or could help me with something. I've
>been looking for a copy of an album that's either called "Cheap Dialogue"
>or else is by an artist calling him/herself Cheap Dialogue. It can only
>be described as the first-ever industrial rock opera, but don't let that
>scare you off. The brilliant thing is that it is so full of well-known
>samples from sci-fi and other movies as well as musical artists (such as
>John Denver's "Thank God I'm a Country Boy") that there's just no way it
>could be distributed through mainstream record stores or media. My
>understanding is that the artist wouldn't want it that way anyway.
>Have you ever heard of this thing? Do you think you could get your hands
>on it? It would have been released in New York City, around 1991-1992. I
>had a copy-of-a-copy-of-a-copy of it once upon a time, but my cassette has
>been lost to the ages. If you find out anything about it, please reply to
>this message--particularly if there is any way I could possibly get
>another copy of it.