MACHINE GUN IN THE CLOWNS HAND
“This isn’t our first “Great Betrayal” of Afghanistan. We did it in the 1990’s too!” – Jello Biafra
In the wake of the United States’ complete withdrawal from Afghanistan, we ask you to step back to 2002, and Jello Biafra’s classic spoken word album, Virus 290 “Machine Gun In The Clown’s Hand”. Jello talks about some of the American policies that has lead us to this moment. Following his critically acclaimed Big Ka-Boom album with another in-depth spoken word explosion. This time in, Jello takes on the war on terrorism—and how it’s gone wrong—and then unloads on the 2000 Florida election. Eyebrows will be raised, conceptions will be altered, and, three discs later, consciousness will be challenged.
For the entire month of SEPTEMBER the 3xLP will be $30 and the CD will be $6
Jello Biafra Selections
The Essential Joy Subtraction
Joy Subtraction sounds like whatever you hate; whatever makes you feel ugly and insecure; whatever garnishes your wages. Do you like Radiohead? Joy Subtraction sounds like the exact opposite of Radiohead. Do you hate Black Flag, Burning Brides, NoMeansNo, Future of the Left, and The Beatles? Good—because Joy Subtraction kind of sounds like all of those bands rolled into one. Except way better.
At least that’s what they say.