Under instructions from old jailbird buddy Charles Manson, Phil Kaufman released this album of songs by everyone's least favourite Hippie as chuck awaited trial.
The cover is a parody of 'Life' magazine's edition on the Manson murders......who says Hippies don't have a sense of Humour?
This kind of smug long haired protest folk is the best argument i have heard yet that Manson should have been executed without trial,preferably beaten to death with an acoustic guitar.
As for the turds who have recorded numerous cover versions of these shit songs, like probably the worst carbunkle on the arse of pop themselves, Guns'n'Roses, and other lesser twats; I hope your exceedingly crap back catalogues 'Cease to Exist',just as your counter-cultural hero has.
"People Say I'm No Good" warbles Manson.Probably the most accurate phrase he ever uttered.
The sad thing is that if some record company man had said this stuff was good,fed his pathetic ego,and signed him up, Sharon Tate,her baby and the other victims would still be alive,mirroring Hitlers rejection from Vienna's School of Art.
Somewhere in Hell there's a super group with David Koresh on lead Guitar and Vocals, Charles Manson lead Vocals and Rythm guitar, with The People's Church Choir providing the backing.....now that would really be a Hell to be truly feared.Especially if they were doing an endless medley of U2 and Guns'n'Roses obscure B-sides!!!!!?
Look At Your Game Girl 2:04
Mechanical Man 3:20
People Say I'm No Good 3:22
Home Is Where You're Happy 1:29
I'll Never Say Never To Always 0:42
Garbage Dump 2:37
Don't Do Anything Illegal 2:55
Sick City 1:41
Cease To Exist 2:15
Big Iron Door 1:10
I Once Knew A Man 2:37
Eyes Of A Dreamer 2:51