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    Sean Daily is an English major from New Jersey now living in Las Vegas, the Other City of Lights. "I consider 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' to be comfort reading, I like the al pastor tacos at Tacos Mexico and I count among my literary influences the Chainsaw from 'Doom'. 'RRRRRR! You don't like that, do you, Mr. Undead Marine! RRRRRR!'"

    Shanoah Alkire is our Discordian at large. "Born in Santa Cruz, I grew up in Grass Valley and the Bay Area, and now lurk in Las Vegas. My literary influences include Ray Bradbury, Lewis Carroll, and Douglas Adams. I also program as a hobby, and currently maintain the Gtk port of Angband. You can find a rather old bio of me here."

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Even Sh’siyah

Posted by shanoah on September 25, 2008

I believe David Bowie was one of the people who discovered Klaus Nomi in the first place, too, Sean.

However, it seems like I’ve been playing a few too many Germans lately. To counterbalance, I thought I’d play Even Sh’siyah, a Jewish group who have a cd called “The Way Jews Rock“. And they certainly do:

The Foundation Stone – Yerushalayim

Even Sh’siyah actually means “The foundation stone”, and Yerushalayim, naturally, is Jerusalem. And the foundation stone is supposed to be the stone from which all the universe was created.


Given that Niggan means melody, I’m not totally sure about the title of this piece. It is a very nice piece of music, though.

The Way Back Home

This song just is chock full of positive messages, and just generally feels good to listen to…


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