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Artist:Momus
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Category:Music Videos, Alternative Progressive Indie Art
Tags:Momus, Maoist, intellectual
Submitted:baleen
Date:02/14/13
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Jet Bin Fever
I think losing his eye actually made him look less creepy somehow. I guess it balanced out that chin.
baleen
"He was also sued by Wendy Carlos for the song "Walter Carlos" (which postulated that the post-sexual reassignment surgery Wendy could travel back in time to marry her pre-surgery self, Walter) on The Little Red Songbook (1998). The case was settled out of court for a fee of ,000, withdrawal of the song, agreement not to use Carlos's name for any purpose whatsoever and payment of damages and attorney's fees to Carlos. To pay off the debt, Momus wrote thirty songs, one about each person or group who commissioned a song at the price of ,000, compiling Stars Forever (1999)."

Man fuck that ping pong beep boop bitch.

Jet Bin Fever
I think I heard that story before somewhere. I used to read his blog a lot, but sometimes it was a little too much for me. I once had a dream that I was listening to records with him and his Japanese girlfriend in Berlin and I forget what else happened. That was a while ago, but I remember it because who the fuck dreams about Momus.

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