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Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Patterns

Look here, a show that speaks for itself. It starts with songs by a band that was sensational in the early years of youth culture. Nowadays you can wonder how the songs would come out of the vaporwave machine. Strange enough, or maybe not strange at all, LL has found a way to level the classics to all the other home-produced sounds he has brought to us all over the years. But have a look at the playlist. This is radio. What else. Classic Cassette Compilation 1. 48 Cameras –…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show (Many Words)

A surreal story, a protest song – screaming, singing and dancing in the street, the Youth International Party…the Yippies! Wake Up America, Music is Revolution, Youth International Party manifesto!– ridicule religion, get high on oil, therapeutic theatre, anti-religion, and finally a guitar song that sounds like the old straight forward rock’n’roll heroin heroes that died of overdose….LL goes back in time, is that possible? Everything exists today. But … yesterday’s anger is today’s bliss. So, here’s Ken Montgomery again, together with Crystal Penelosa to visit LL and have a talk…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Pop Opera?

Is this show by lord Litter a pop opera? What defines a pop opera? Tommy by the Who was an attempt. Autobiographical facts got magnified, altered and shaped into a grotesque representation. The movie looked like an acid fantasy. Is this show in a way a remake, or an allusion. The voice of Hermanos Guzanos coming out right at the beginning invites the listener, or rather visitor of this show to enter a world of horror and suspense. And yes, when you accept the invitation you find puppets come to…