[Grief] Re: Grief Digest, Vol 87, Issue 10

telepathic at comcast.net telepathic at comcast.net
Fri Mar 5 22:24:43 PST 2010


Wah, wah, wah.... 

What you perceive as bitterness may be inaccurate. 

Or as Matthew Best said in an interview about me once... 

"The main changes happened with guitar players - we started with Alex Fergusson, when he left Scott Nobody took over, and eventually Fred Giannelli came in, and that made the whole thing much easier. Much as I love Alex (I still see him every now and then) he was very erratic - one gig he'd be brilliant and the next he'd be terrible. Scott was also rather erratic, to say the least, and he was more a slave for Gen & Paula than a band member, I'm sorry to say. Fred was much more dependable and consistent, and luckily he was just as funny to be around as Alex was. They're both great comedians, incidentally, though you probably wouldn't get that impression initially. Especially not from Fred, who comes across as terribly bitter, but really whenever we get together we just laugh about the whole history a lot." 

telepathica.com/IanCurtisDied4YourSins/ThereIsNoSin/ MatthewFOPI .doc 


The fact of the matter is that Gen DID like Kraftwerk and probably dislikes them now because his 1st wife liked them. Gen seems pretty bitter about Paula if you want to talk about bitterness. 

The fact of the matter is that Gen turned himself in a middle aged drug fiend and he wouldn't deny that and now looks like a candy colored clown. Not that I have anything against anyone who pursues that avenue but he just looks like a car wreck. 

But I wouldn't expect anything less from you fanboys that just want to felch P-Orridge. 

@ least Monte Cazzaza laughs at my attitude, because we have the same outlook. 

I'll stop making fun of the pretentious twat when he pays what he owes me. He could have settled up when he came into some wealth but he didn't because he's a self-centered prat. His 2nd wife could probably still be alive today if he cared enough about her to force her to go see a Western doctor as well as his hocus pocus voodoo practitioners. 

telepathic regards, 
the kinky scientist 



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Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2010 02:30:47 +0000 
From: david brookes <harmaline23 at hotmail.com> 
Subject: RE: [Grief] Re: Grief Digest, Vol 87, Issue 3 
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Oh dear! Can't resist another dig can you? What a bitter individual you are. Let it go, it was years ago. 

Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2010 00:36:44 +0000 
From: telepathic at comcast.net 
To: grief at hollyfeld.org 
Subject: [Grief] Re: Grief Digest, Vol 87, Issue 3 



I'm not sure where Thomas is getting his info where GBP-O dislikes Kraftwerk. 



In fact the GP-O I used to know did like them and was proud of the fact that he took his wife at the time to see the Computer World tour. I then used a Kraftwerk loop from their track "Music Non-Stop" and put it in the track "Infinite Beat" which we toured live extensively. When it came to the final mix for the studio version we took it out because we would have had to have cleared the sample and knew that Kraftwerk were not very fond of being sampled and could have refused which would have caused release date delays. 



If GBP-O dislikes Kraftwerk now, perhaps he has tried to delete the brain cells that held his past appreciation of their work and his 1st wife, with massive amounts of Ketamine, Heroin, LSD and XTC. 



telepathic regards, 

the kooky scientist 





2010/3/3 Thomas Berg <bergs_postkasse at hotmail.com> 


Personally, I think 'Desertshore' is an incredibly dull album, as is 
anything Nico ever did. I would rather have TG covered something else. 

Someone once suggested they'd cover Kraftwerk's 'Die Mensch Machine'. 
According to Chris Carter, this wouldn't be out of the question if it were 
not for Genesis who dislikes Kraftwerk. 

My choice for an album TG should cover is 'Loveless' by My Bloody Valentine. 
Wouldn't that be awsome? 
Just Imagine... 

What would be your choice(s)? 

- Thomas. 

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Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2010 22:02:28 -0500 
From: Jasper Dionisio <strangers at gmail.com> 
Subject: Re: [Grief] Re: Grief Digest, Vol 87, Issue 3 
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Yea seriously. I have yet to see this guy act telepathic, kooky, or 
scientific. He just acts bitter. 

But it's funny that, amongst his bitterness, he provides valuable trivia 
about this artist that we like. 

On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 9:30 PM, david brookes <harmaline23 at hotmail.com>wrote: 

> Oh dear! Can't resist another dig can you? What a bitter individual you 
> are. Let it go, it was years ago. 
> 
> ------------------------------ 
> Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2010 00:36:44 +0000 
> From: telepathic at comcast.net 
> To: grief at hollyfeld.org 
> Subject: [Grief] Re: Grief Digest, Vol 87, Issue 3 
> 
> I'm not sure where Thomas is getting his info where GBP-O dislikes 
> Kraftwerk. 
> 
> In fact the GP-O I used to know did like them and was proud of the fact 
> that he took his wife at the time to see the Computer World tour. I then 
> used a Kraftwerk loop from their track "Music Non-Stop" and put it in the 
> track "Infinite Beat" which we toured live extensively. When it came to the 
> final mix for the studio version we took it out because we would have had to 
> have cleared the sample and knew that Kraftwerk were not very fond of being 
> sampled and could have refused which would have caused release date delays. 
> 
> If GBP-O dislikes Kraftwerk now, perhaps he has tried to delete the brain 
> cells that held his past appreciation of their work and his 1st wife, with 
> massive amounts of Ketamine, Heroin, LSD and XTC. 
> 
> telepathic regards, 
> the kooky scientist 
> 
> 
> 2010/3/3 Thomas Berg <bergs_postkasse at hotmail.com> 
> 
> 
> Personally, I think 'Desertshore' is an incredibly dull album, as is 
> anything Nico ever did. I would rather have TG covered something else. 
> 
> Someone once suggested they'd cover Kraftwerk's 'Die Mensch Machine'. 
> According to Chris Carter, this wouldn't be out of the question if it were 
> not for Genesis who dislikes Kraftwerk. 
> 
> My choice for an album TG should cover is 'Loveless' by My Bloody 
> Valentine. 
> Wouldn't that be awsome? 
> Just Imagine... 
> 
> What would be your choice(s)? 
> 
> - Thomas. 
> 
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