American Music Club - Over and Done
This isn't the version of this single that brims with live performances; this North American promo includes the title cut (the weakest thing on this single, actually) and two far more impressive and winningly-titled B-sides. I'm not sure what "The Amyl Nitrate Dreams of Pat Robertson" (shouldn't that be amyl NITRITE?) has to do with the homophobic evangelical prick from The 700 Club, but it's a weird little spoken-word number reminiscent of Tom Waits and perhaps even Jandek. "In My Role As the Most Hated Singer in the Local Underground Music Scene" is the best selection here, a driving little number about a frontman driven to murder.
oppenheimer analysis - new mexico (1982)
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