Giorgio Moroder’s Deja Vu: Sia On The Dancefloor

If I were ten (or 30) years younger, in love/lust, and reeling from warm buzz under the stars, the feeling of “Deja Vu” would reflect what was in my heart. At some point, “what was” clouded “what is.” It happened despite telling myself that I never wanted to be “like that.” It’s precisely such thoughts following the cascade of memories and emotions that flowed while listening to the track that demonstrate how well the song succeeds.

It’s difficult to talk about any of the work of Giorgio Moroder without comparisons to his work with Donna Summer. The Moroder/Summer team (and their collaborators) were unmatched when it came to capturing the haunting qualities of a song, and working them to their full advantage. Moroder’s synthesizer and Summer’s vocals captured the pain, longing, angst, and suffering of the lyrics (“Our Love”, “Lucky” and “Sunset People”, to name only a few from one album). “Deja Vu” finds Moroder once again dipping into the magical well that mysteriously pairs sound and lyric. He mixes in a glimmer of hope that what once was might yet again be. Shaken and stirred, the results are achingly effective.

Only months away from the golden age of 50, “Deja Vu” is a bittersweet treat. Steeped in the past, I leave it to a younger crowd to determine the impact and the legacy of the track. The melancholy hook will no doubt find its place in the clubs where you may find a bright-eyed kid dancing next to the ghosts of me and my brothers, unaware of our footprints, and creating his own once-upon-a-time memories.

Minogue And Moroder: Auto-Tune Is The New 24

Perhaps the track will catch on if I can sit through a few more spins, but the new Giorgio Moroder / Kylie Minogue collaboration does not fail to disappoint. Perhaps it is a self-fulfilling prophecy. After having been raised on champagne voices like Donna Summer, it is difficult to accept squeaky imitations (sorry, Donna; it was not in your character to speak ill of anybody).

Having said that, no doubt the track will bring shivers up the spines of many. The hook takes a good stab at being happy and upbeat. Were I still a club kid and downed a few drinks, I might find myself celebrating that at least part of what used to be still remains.

Auto-Tune is the new 24. The track could have been performed by any number of women, and based on the lineup, it will be.

Moroder’s long-awaited forthcoming album will feature collaborations with Britney Spears, Sia, Charli XCX, Kylie Minogue, Mikky Ekko, Foxes, Matthew Koma and others. He has signed a worldwide deal with Sony Music International for the release of the set, which will arrive on RCA Records in the United States. Billboard

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Related: Fake It Until We Cannot Take It: How Autotune Has Ruined Music

Edit 4-16-2014
Despite what I wrote here, I have grown more fond of the song. It’s really unfair to compare this to anything by Donna, even if it’s nearly impossible. The lackluster performance of this track on the charts may reflect something more objective than what I presented (read as, “It may not”). I am not sure how it will stand the test of time, but Moroder’s new album should at least be a fun romp for a bit.

Whitney Houston And Industrial Enslavement

It was only today that I learned of the Whitney Houston movie on Lifetime. So much for being the “Perez Hilton of the truth movement.” I am so sick of the industry that I don’t keep tabs on it.

While I live in a house with a television in it, I do my best to avoid it. Marathons of “The Twilight Zone” are difficult to pass by, but even then I look away during commercials, or play with the dog. Getting sucked back into the world of meaningless stuff that becomes everything is not something I want.

Anyhow, my friend who posted that she would be watching the movie also posted the statement from Pat Houston. Conspiracy theory or conspiracy fact?

This creative pursuit at the expense of the integrity of such an iconic woman, who is voiceless today, reeks of condemnation and deceit. It reeks of enslavement to an industry that will likely do the same to you one day.

As I have noted, it was Whitney’s death that marked the opening of my eyes to the nefarious goings on in the music industry. I was furious with the person for pointing it out. After Donna’s death, “it” was all there.

The thing that I realized that was missing on most sites was compassion for the artists who are stuck.

Last week I learned that a couple of years ago Ke$ha said that she was forced to sing Die Young (I know – it was a while back). I thought it must be quite frustrating for anybody who is enslaved in the business to tell people about it, only to have fans sort-of get it, but move on, while asking for more product from a manufactured image.

It was easy as a child to write this stuff of as things relegated to the bizarre thinking of religious fanatics. I had heard about backward masking, “Paul is dead” and so on. It did not seem that big of a deal. Compared to today, it was not.

What happened to Whitney is no doubt a tragedy, but she was human. Her life was lived in front of millions and there was no escaping the spotlight. Her music touched my life and I will always remember her for that. It is not my intention to cause her family any more pain. I seek only to bring awareness to the cost of our entertainment.

Rest in Power.

More on this later. I am still recuperating from an invasive medical procedure and I am surprised I made it this far. Besides, why take it from me when there are industry insiders with plenty to say?

On this edition of DTRH, Popeye welcomes to the show Musician Frank Castle of HEISTCLICK. The two of them get into the dark side of the music industry from an insiders perspective. Satanic rituals involving album master recordings; Music “Boot Camp”; Sexual domination, and abuse; Who the “Rain Man” is; Why music is recorded on a specific frequency, and much more. If you want to know the dark truth about the music industry tune in.

In other news: The latest research in hip hop conspiracy theories

 

 

Is Donna Summer Still With Us?

There are moments when it feels as if Donna Summer is still here with us. At times the loss of her light feels quite strong and new. In daydreams, I fantasize that perhaps everything surrounding he death was quiet up until to end, simply because she was orchestrating a plan to live her life out of the spotlight – that she retreated in to the character of Hattie-Mae Blanch Dubois, of “Slide Over Backwards”, and sings for special guests only, at an undisclosed location.

Donna used to annoy her husband, Bruce Sudano, by going in to the character of Hattie Mae, in public, when she wished to be left alone. This is her explanation of the character and the song:

Hattie Mae is a bartender in the south. She grew up in a very rough environment. Her parents died when she was young. She really had to fend for herself at a very early age. The streets were pretty much her home. She had some relatives that gave her handouts but she really was pretty much on her own. She wanted to sing but her life was so hard. Finally, she evolves to a place where she owns, by default, this little po’ boy restaurant. It’s like a little diner that the local people love. It’s actually becoming quite famous and on certain days of the week she gets a little piano player in there and she sangs. This is her moment to shine. Source

Yet, there is nothing like seeing “Donna Summer Sudano” on a headstone for reality to crash through my fantasy: Donna Summer, the woman, is gone.

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However, Donna Summer – the voice and spirit – lives on.

Whether it be listening to her recordings, or simply thinking of her possibly being on the other side of a veil to the spirit world, she lives. When we feel down or sad and her voice lifts us up, she lives. When we go inward to search for a spark of divine, feminine care, she lives. When we turn on the radio and hear today’s artists, she lives.

Of course, comparing anybody to Donna Summer is a bit unfair, because Auto Tune rules the airwaves, these days. Whatever deals are being made, having an exceptionally talented voice does not seem to be a factor any longer.

Recently, Rolling Stone ran an article, The 40 Most Groundbreaking Albums of All Time. It was disappointing not see any of her work with Giorgio Moroder on the list. This is as close as they came:

1974: Kraftwerk’s savvy use of pop elements smuggled in a Trojan horse of electronic experimentalism to the broadest audience possible. Most pop genres that followed would incorporate this innovation — new wave, hip-hop, techno and contemporary EDM among them. The German group pulled away from rock music’s formal identity while channeling its to-the-jugular pop spirit onAutobahn. They focused on the pulse first and foremost, slowing the tempo down to match the title track’s concept, reflecting the feel and sounds of driving down the German autobahn. The concept’s irreverence was balanced by the neutral German imitation of Beach Boys harmonies. Pop music had escaped rock & roll, and the electronic pulse would guide the decades that followed.

I have to admit some ignorance, here. To this day, I do not know if I have ever heard a song by Kraftwerk. If I heard one, I would not recognize it. I will go check them out, but it seems that time and time again, Donna Summer is snubbed by the industry, one way or another. Moroder may have followed Kraftwerk, but it was Donna’s vocals that gave warmth to the synthesizer background. That was groundbreaking.

It took her death and a rant by Elton John to get her in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Granted, the Hall is a bunch of politics and in the end our tastes in music are subjective, but her snub for so many years was especially painful, considering her contributions.

Earlier today I was reading a Facebook comment on a post about how bad Britney Spears sounds, live: “Nobody sounds good live”. What!? Seriously? How sad if they were not joking. How sad to not know what it was like when exceptional vocalists dominated the airwaves.

As Donna used to say about other artists, some times you have something that you want to say, but somebody else just says it better. I decided  to listen again to what Johnny Lydon, aka “Johnny Rotten”, of The Sex Pistols had to say about her. He really nailed it terms of her impact of music, as well as provided a tear-jerking testimony to the sweetness and grace of her character. The entire video is a great listen, but he comes in at 13 minutes + a few seonds:

And Donna Summers [sic] died today, that breaks me heart. What a wonderful person that was. Oh my god, the music that woman made. She broke down so many barriers … so many. And her records were wonderful. For my mind, that…that was the openings – that was the audacious beginning of … of rave culture.

Gays loved her, straights loved her, hooligans loved her. Everybody loved her. She crossed all barriers and she didn’t ask for no credit for it, either. The voice of ultimate honesty. Ah, you will be missed Donna. You will.

 


Just as I was about to press this, I saw another Facebook post that happily makes me wrong, in terms of her being written out of history!

The 20 Best Pop Songs in History By Female Artists

12. Donna Summer, “I Feel Love”
Way back in 1977, Summer and her producer, Giorgio Moroder, sent dance music hurtling headlong into the future with “I Feel Love,” the first track to marry the sweeping melody lines and brisk tempos of disco with the metronomic synthesizers and drum machines of Kraftwerk. Foreshadowing and influencing techno, trance and today’s epic festival EDM, Moroder’s gleaming, robotic synths and Summer’s swooning, abstract vocals still sound like the future — and can still ignite any dance floor. — Andy Hermann

I love synchronicity and Donna, wherever you are, I love you. Thank for the joy you brought to my childhood and for the peace and joy that your music brings me, at 49 years of age.


 From the notes for the YT video, above:

[Edit to add links at 7:05 PM, December 12, 2014: NOTE: I did not have anything to do with the video, or the comments under it. I included them here for reference/discussion, but for well-researched facts and awesome tidbits on Donna’s career, discography and awards, see the links, below:

Steven Housman’s Music History Facts

The Totally Unauthorized Donna Summer Tribute Site

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Published on Nov 27, 2012

WHY DONNA SUMMER BELONGS IN ‘THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME” (2013)

‘In a career that spanned over 40 years, Donna Summer was the consummate entertainer. From her chart debut in October 1975, ‘Love To Love You, Baby’, to her last charted single in November 2012, ‘To Paris With Love’, Summer’s career was the envy of many in the music industry, not just for the longevity of it, but the sheer passion and loyalty to which her MILLIONS of devoted fans worldwide attested to in great numbers after her untimely passing on May 17, 2012′. – (TEXT WRITTEN BY DERRECK MEYERS/ LAST SCREEN SHOT CREATED BY DERRECK MEYERS)

DONNA FACTS:

5 TIME GRAMMY WINNER / 6 TIME AMERICAN MUSIC AWARD WINNER

‘LAST DANCE’ – OSCAR WINNER FOR BEST ORIGINAL SONG

‘HOT STUFF’ – BEST ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE (FEMALE) & FIRST WOMAN TO WIN THIS AWARD

ANOTHER GRAMMY FIRST – ‘BEST DANCE RECORDING’ FIRST TO WIN IN 1997

‘SHE WORKS HARD FOR THE MONEY’ – FIRST BLACK FEMALE ARTIST FEATURED IN HEAVY VIDEO ROTATION ON MTV

BILLBOARD CHART TOPPER FOUR TIMES IN THE SPAN OF 13 MONTHS & SHE WAS A WRITER OR CO-WRITER ON MANY OF HER SONGS

FIRST FEMALE ARTIST TO LAND TWO #1 SINGLES IN THE BILLBOARD TOP 3 AT THE SAME TIME (‘HOT STUFF’ & BAD GIRLS)

FIRST FEMALE ARTIST TO HAVE #1 SONG AND #1 ALBUM IN THE SAME WEEK ON TWO SEPARATE OCCASIONS

SEVERAL MULTI-PLATINUM SINGLES & ‘ENOUGH IS ENOUGH WAS THE FIRST 12″ SINGLE EVER TO BE CERTIFIED PLATINUM

TEN GOLD SINGLES/THREE MULTI-PLATINUM ALBUMS/TWELVE GOLD ALBUMS WITH WORLDWIDE SALES OVER 130 MILLION ALBUMS AND SINGLES

‘I FEEL LOVE’ -THE INDUSTRY STANDARD FOR TECHNO/ELECTRONICA AND ONE OF THE MOST SAMPLED RECORDINGS WAS CHOSEN AS ONE 0F 40 RECORDINGS TO BE PRESERVED IN THE US LIBRARY CONGRESS

INDUCTED INTO THE DANCE MUSIC HALL OF FAME ALONG WITH ‘I FEEL LOVE’/ALSO TOPPED THE BILLBOARD DANCE CHARTS #1 MANY, MANY TIMES OVER FOUR DECADES

‘PROTECTION’ WRITTEN FOR SUMMER BY BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN (‘COVER ME’ WAS ORIGINALLY WRITTEN FOR DONNA AS WELL)

ONLY PERSON TO EVER HOST DICK CLARK’S AMERICAN BANDSTAND IN HIS ABSENCE/CLARK RESPECTFULLY DUBBED HER ONE OF THE MOST ‘UNDERRATED SINGERS OF OUR TIME’

‘WE ARE THE WORLD’ GOT IT’S IMPETUS FROM SUMMER’S QUINCY JONES PRODUCED ‘STATE OF INDEPENDENCE’, WHICH ALSO FEATURED AN ALL-STAR CHORUS INCLUDING MICHAEL JACKSON, STEVIE WONDER, LIONEL RICHIE, DIONNE WARWICK, MICHAEL MCDONALD AND OTHERS.

WORKED WITH LEGENDARY PRODUCERS GIORGIO MORODER, QUINCY JONES, DAVID FOSTER, THE HIT FACTORY (STOCK, AITKIN, WATERMAN), MICHAEL OMARTIAN, HAROLD FALTERMEYER & MORE

CONTINUED TO PERFORM TO SOLD-OUT VENUES ALL OVER THE WORLD THROUGH 2011 (LAST PUBLIC PERFORMANCE WAS WITH PRODUCER DAVID FOSTER IN 2011)

Her legacy speaks for itself and in volumes. NOW is the time to honor this music LEGEND and induct her into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame once and for all!!!

With Love & Respect
Donna’s ‘Friends UnKnown’ – (AND THE TEXT ABOVE WRITTEN BY DERRECK MEYERS…Also information culled from WIKIPEDIA / POP MATTERS articles / and in the minds of diehard DONNA SUMMER FANS everywhere.)”

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This Week In Hollywood And Mind Control

It would be easy to spend all of my time commenting on stuff that I see every day that addresses whatever the “hell” is going on with Hollywood, politics and the media. I cannot separate them any longer, so now it is “HollywooD.C. Media Inc.” Fortunately in the information war and the battle for hearts and minds, more and more people, including insiders, are putting out information about what is going on in the business. It is discouraging that the scope of the problem is what it is, yet encouraging to know that so many are starting to see it: before problems can be dealt with, they first must be identified and recognized.

If these links do not keep you interested in taking a deeper look, I don’t know what it would take, but here ya go. As always, thanks for stopping by a remember: wherever you go,  “take a little Summer with you”:

HBO’s Pending Scientology Documentary Investigates Church’s Hold On Hollywood Stars

From the slider:

Leah Remini reportedly quit Scientology in July 2013, after being subjected to “years of ‘interrogations’ and ‘thought modifications.’

Just today from The Higherside Chats:

Isaac Weishaupt | Magick, Music, Blood Sacrifice, & The Illuminati

A new THC has arrived! From IlluminatiWatcher.com Isaac Weishaupt joins the show to talk about the dark underbelly of the music industry, the destruction of Hip Hop, the invention of gangster rap, the influx of Crowley fans in the industry, Jay-Z and Beyonce, Magick rituals, blood sacrifices, trauma based mind control, potential celebrity victims, and a ton more. If you’re taking this ride, wear a seat belt.

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From only a short while back:

The Dark Side of The Music Industry & Culture Creation Exposed

On this edition of DTRH Popeye welcomes to the show Musician Frank Castle of HEISTCLICK. The two of them get into the dark side of the music industry from an insiders perspective. Satanic rituals involving album master recordings; Music “Boot Camp”; Sexual domination, and abuse; Who the “Rain Man” is; Why music is recorded on a specific frequency, and much more. If you want to know the dark truth about the music industry tune in.


 

Currently reading and related: Neil Sanders

Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own: Mind control, mass manipulation and perception management

The second volume is sub-titled “Marketing, Movies and Music” (in queue)


 

Edit to add related post:

The Department Of Perception Management

 

Selling Sex And Innocence: Did U2 See It Coming?

My first reaction to this pic was, “Hot”! … then I found out this is his son with him and he is protecting his innocence … ??? … Really? Perhaps in their industry he should be extra worried, but to sort of promote the image WITH sexuality at the same time? Some of this is projection, no doubt. I am not a prude, but this seems a non-sequitur (or at least something that should be streaming at a premium rate on a gay site.

They make a point of noting the son is 18. Could they have done this the day prior to his birthday? There is oft a thin line between artistic expression and exploitation and from here to Africa, U2 and Bono have perfected that.

P.S. An odd aside: After re-sizing the image for this blog to 1000X in height while keeping the proportions, the width = 666 (I changed it to 500).

Weirdness.

U2 Embrace Their Shirtless Youth on Physical 'Songs of Innocence' Album Cover Larry Mullen, Jr. hugs his son to represent the band's years as "teenagers in Dublin"

U2 Embrace Their Shirtless Youth on Physical ‘Songs of Innocence’ Album Cover
Larry Mullen, Jr. hugs his son to represent the band’s years as “teenagers in Dublin”

 

Are The Forthcoming Donna Summer Vinyl/CD Box Sets Worth The Wait?

Because of all of the nefarious things that go on in the music industry, it is nice to be reminded now and again of those who make/made it better. Donna Summer is the inspiration for this blog, so I am taking a moment to discuss the remastered albums that will be released on December 1, 2014. In short: Based on the responses from her family, I am sure the box sets will be incredible and indeed worth the wait. Here is why, along with my reasons (good ones) that the set is not necessary for all of us:

  • Just about everything released with the original releases is included, as well as some additions and all of them have been remastered
  • I’m A Rainbow will be on vinyl, for the first time – audiophiles will appreciate this, and those of us that remember the days when double-album covers would reach out and give you a hug, well, there is that coolness
  • The excitement of the forthcoming releases is comforting to those of us who remember the times when she was making two albums a year – it is a familiar salve to days that will never be lived again
  • It is another way to keep her contributions to today’s music alive and recognized – this is not a trivial matter, because despite a great reputation among fellow artists, she was underrated by the general public in the United States

Donna’s family has been great about handling input and there are plenty of details at The Official Donna Summer on Facebook

Thank you to everyone for their comments relating to ‘Another Place And Time’, which is creating a lot of interest on Amazon.co.uk

We have been reading through all of the posts and would like to respond to you but firstly to let you know that the entire re-issue programme, is being produced in conjunction with Bruce Sudano and that it has taken more than four years for the planning of the re-issues to get to the current stage.

We can confirm that the masters used for this album, have all been sourced from PWL’s archives; with many tapes sourced as recently as last week.

Only those tracks/mixes/versions for which we have masters can be used and some of those clearly state ‘DO NOT USE’ across the front of the tape box, for reasons that were decided upon prior to their original release in 1989.

We can also confirm that we have now located the original 12” Mix of ‘I Don’t Wanna Get Hurt’ from October 1988, which was unmarked as being the original mix on the tapes and will be including it on the album.

The mixes and instrumental versions that appear on CD2 and CD3 were sequenced by title, in order to make it easier to see which mixes have been included but in response to other comments, have also slightly re-sequenced the two discs.

With best wishes…… Source

There have been clarifications made since that post, so check out the page. It seems great care has been taken for her fans with this project. Last year’s “Love to Love You Donna” tribute album contained some gems, but overall was geared toward a younger crowd, which left some feeling disappointed.

So, why do I feel no need to get copies?

  • At the age of 49 I have worn through my share of records and memories
  • I had a lot of fun at home and in clubs, dancing my heart out
  • Religion in my early 20s resulted in me destroying my entire vinyl collection, including all of Donna’s stuff. Yep. I broke apart all of my originals for Jesus. It seemed right at the time
  • I bought all of the vinyl again, but left them in Chicago when I moved back to California in 2004 – they were with a friend who died from cancer, in late 2009
  • I have all of the original CDs and they are on my iPod

Don’t get me wrong. Some of the remixes would be cool to hear, but over the decades I have lost my desire to collect things. I have moved and lost everything more times than I can recall, without spending some time thinking about it

  • Every song on every one of Donna’s albums is in my head. Sure, it is still fun at times to soar with her, but I can play her voice in mind at any time. I can even create new songs with her voice, in my head
  • She is in my heart and soul forever, just as she is for so many others. I am reminded again by this project about how much we miss her light and happy stage presence. She was incredible fun and the love flowed both ways, free and plentiful

Last night, while searching the web, I came across pictures of her grave. I had not seen them, before. It was a somber moment, to say the least, but it made me ask: how much is enough? She is gone and fans are still saying I want I want I want …

If I could want anything in to reality it would be to undo her death and that is not going to happen.

With all of that said, again, the collection will be worth the wait. And oh: that is a reference to a song that I believe she sang unplugged, with Bruce Sudano on guitar, in Tahoe, during her Endless Summer tour (it was freezing, but that is another story).

There are most likely many things in the vault that fans would like to hear, myself included. Yet, as I strive to keep moving forward as she instructed us to in her final note to her fans, I must keep moving toward appreciation for how wonderful the world was while she was here and how blessed I was to be here at the same time and at the age I was when she blew the world away with “the voice.”

There will always be a you, Donna and always you gave us so much freedom to project onto you whatever it was we needed to get through. So, sing and dance in your hearts folks, or grab up every mix and and extras for your collector’s sets. Whatever your heart desires.

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The Dark Side Of The Music Industry With Popeye + Frank Castle of HEISTCLICK

Down The Rabbit Hole w/ Popeye (09-02-2014) The Dark Side of The Music Industry & Culture Creation

(FEDERALJACK)   On this edition of DTRH Popeye welcomes to the show Musician Frank Castle of HEISTCLICK. The two of them get into the dark side of the music industry from an insiders perspective. Satanic rituals involving album master recordings; Music “Boot Camp”; Sexual domination, and abuse; Who the “Rain Man” is; Why music is recorded on a specific frequency, and much more. If you want to know the dark truth about the music industry tune in.

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Britney Spears And Autotune: Sony Pulls Video Of Alien Voice

Originally, I was just going to add a note here that once again, the real singing voice of Britney Spears has been exposed. However, by the time I went back for the URL, the video was deleted by Sony Music Entertainment (SME) for copyright infringement. It trended on Facebook for hours, so hopefully it was seen by enough people to leave a splinter in their mind. Unless, of course, they take a cookie from the Oracle and forget all about it…

I do not think this is about Britney as much as it is about the state of what remains of an industry torn completely apart, as well as the role of companies such as Disney, who have a long history of exploiting children in the name of making lives better for all children.

The Perils of the “Common Good”

I just checked to see if there were other videos. There are some that are allegedly the demo version, but it is the Autotune-enhanced voice that you will hear. There are some shorter versions, but for how long?

Huff Post: Britney Spears’ ‘Alien’ Without Auto-Tune Is Not Meant To Be Heard

Related post on this site: Fake It Until We Cannot Take It: How Autotune Has Ruined Music

To put this in to context: This is the demo version of Bad Girls, recorded by Donna Summer, in 1979. There are some soaring vocals in this that did not make the final cut, but she nailed it.  This is what I grew up with.

Artists Say “Fuck You” To The Music Industry And Monster Energy Drinks

This segment of a recent Adam Vs. The Man broadcast says quite a bit about the music industry. It may seem that it tells all, yet the scope of Hollywood problems – the degree of the  infestation by an elite, criminal class at the helm –  seemingly remains unacknowledged.

Adam Kokesh makes the observation that we are getting the likes of Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus, because it is what we want. I get the concept of the free market at play here, but it seems to me that people “want” some of these artists like government:  Our choices are dictated by what is put forward. I cannot overstate the nefarious nature of their agenda. It is deep, complex and I have said this before: If it looks like a death cult and acts like a death cult.

One of the most disturbing revelations in the show is that artists who are sponsored by Monster Energy Drinks are seen on stage drinking the beverage, but since they hate it, they are drinking water, or “tour water”, as it says in blue, where they denote the flavor of the brand. I will post about it later, but look into the “M” on the can: it is Hebrew for “wav” or “vav” and it equals 666: check it out for yourself (Gematria).

Lead singer Adam Armstrong of the rebellious metal band Rebel Inc gives his “fuck you” to the music industry.

Next up: Sorting through some of the madness of an Hollywood child rape scandal: Found: The Elusive Man At The Heart Of The Hollywood Sex Abuse Scandal, which includes a connection the mystery schools of Babylon and a connection to Saturn worhship:

 Awards: SATURN Award for Best Director, SUNdance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize – U.S. Dramatic (emphasis mine):

 —>  Bryan Singer

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The second set of suits has rocked Hollywood. The new complaints targeted Singer and three other prominent film industry figures, all of whom were investors in DEN. Singer and the other defendants in the ongoing lawsuits deny wrongdoing and have filed motions to have the complaints dismissed. Geffen was not accused of any misconduct in the suits nor named as a defendant. His attorney said that Geffen on occasion was a guest at parties given by DEN investors but recalls no one at them who appeared to be under age.

x. Ref.: David Geffen and Michael Egan.

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