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The Exorcist

Posted by shanoah on May 10, 2009

You know, it’s almost a shame that I don’t really have time today to come up with something on theme. Though, given that the artist name on this says The Scientist / DJ Hype, and you were doing The Rocketman, I suppose this is close enough.

This song was on the record label Kickin Records in 1990, and is titled The Exorcist. And the record label name sure is accurate. Really catchy piece, and fun to listen to.

And given the things you’ve posted in the past, thought I may as well post another piece by The Scientist, The Bees.It’s worth noting that both these videos were posted by rockyfistscats. And whatever he may do to cats, he appears to have a huge collection of records posted…

PS: As a footnote, I had just gotten up when I was typing this post up. After posting, I went to get a shower, and when I looked in the mirror, realised that I had total, absolute mad-scientist hair going. That doesn’t really happen to me that often. It was sticking in all directions, and curling around at eldritch angles.

In a way, it was a shame I had to wash it. If I’d had hair spray, I might have just sprayed it in place, and left it like that. But I thought I’d note that, since it’s always interesting when there’s a tie-in to real life in your posts that you don’t realise is going on…


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