The Official Seal of Mixing Memory

OK, I learned of this site from Positive Liberty, and tried desperately to resist it, but ultimately was unable to. The result of my weakness:


And if you recognize the "slogan," the answer is yes, I am a big fan.

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Soul Coughing?

i always wondered whether "gone savage" was a Soul Coughing reference. That's one of my favorite songs from the 90s, too.

That album is one of my all-time favorite albums. My blog name Cyberspace Rendezvous is another song reference, from another band, though.

Really? One of my favorite all time, too. I still quote it all the time, too (I love, "flicks an ash like a wild loose comma"). Have you listened to any of Doughty's solo stuff?

"Cyberspace rendezvous" is from a Bel Canto song, right?