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    press representatives in England and the U S and outer space back to R Hell Site Forum Board Message thread so roy by jm 12 Nov 2001 9 Hot and Cold party report news by Roy Suggs 14 Nov 2001 Party report new 2CD set by Philip P Obbard 14 Nov 2001 re R I P off by Roy Suggs 14 Nov 2001 demos from the masters by madam x

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  • NY Post does Hell on Madonna
    Strange But we appreciate the plug close window

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  • R. Hell Site Forum...message
    Issue 0 party Ruby you re looking good I ve seen the magazine too and it manages to maintain its cherished highest standard of extreme stupidity Congratulations all around Richard s contribution a story about something that happened when he took a band to Japan in 1990 is pretty great We ve now got copies available at www richardhell com helllit html punk back to R Hell Site Forum Board

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    sort of 3 His hair is short not like on the book sleeve of Go Now And no gray If your out there We like this better Richard It is a good cut what do you think Richard s hairdresser thinks about cutting the hair do you think he or she appreciates this 4 He was with some woman He looked pretty happy He laughed a lot during the other poet s reading and I wasn t sure if this was rude or not 5 He looks healthy Not overweight at all Fully expected him to be grey and fat He s not 6 He has nice teeth not ususal for a former heroin addict He still has a southern accent 7 He was funny in his typical self deprecating way Everyone laughed a lot He kept throwing his papers on the floor as he read 8 He took his glasses off to read they were black framed and kind of large I guess that means that he is farsighted 8 He didn t seem to make much eye contact or was looking at someone in the back One thing though He ended the whole thing with a reading from

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    t make the words move me Poetry for me is often more meaningful when I read it on a page However this reading was the first in awhile that really seemed alive to me Somehow Hell s got a presence and presentation that hold your attention What it is I really couldn t tell you though I really don t know how he managed to pull off dropping his papers

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    aloud what should actually melt in people s minds is lame and ridiculous I have to hide my embarrassment But the thing is I know I m pretty good at it because I have so many reservations about doing it I ve found ways to give it dimensions Still I m never sure whether it s worked the way I want it to The delicate thing is the line between entertainment and some kind of faith in poetry not to mention wanting to stir certain things up in people Anyway thanks I had a good time that night I swear I wasn t looking at anybody in particular when I said that line about wanting to go up her ass though And to Smell the Glove about the song Time Stands Still that that Betrock article mentions we did I d forgotten we tried a version of that when we were recording that album It s not the same song as Time It s a song that never got an official release Also the guy Roger Jett in Smithereens that TommyDBA asks about Damn it I can t remember his real name right this moment It was one of those cases where he had to make up a name just for that movie because for legal reasons he technically shouldn t have been doing it He was a good guy whose main thing was acting and singing in musicals I think If I m not mistaken there d been some big scandal around his supposed to have been playing the title role in the Leonard Bernstein CANDIDE In more trivia he also was actually responsible for the spraypaint work on the sheet on the bed on the cover of DESTINY STREET That sheet was originally a backdrop for some shows

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  • Hell, Allen Ginsberg, Vincent Katz pic
    photo Greg Masters Hell Allen Ginsberg and Vincent Katz in the early 90s close window

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  • R. Hell Site Forum...message
    real job but doesn t make enough money to let me give up other part time real jobs What it is is a floating repertory cinema in which I take a portable 16mm film projection setup to various Philadelphia and occasionally elsewhere nightclubs coffee houses art galleries and colleges and present my own program of semi obscure cult feature films or themed groups of short films like Scopitones or campy educational shorts drawing mainly on my own collection of 16mm films In fact your THE I WAS A TEENAGE JUVENILE MOVIE BOOK is a favorite reference book in my programming research I was showing the 60s movie THE COOL ONES and sent a copy of the press release film description via email to Domenic Priore since it s one of his favorite films what with its generous scenes of the Sunset Strip one of Domenic s big obsessions I m guessing you are familiar with some of Priore s work like his Beach Boys SMILE book Domenic wrote back asking why I quoted Leonard Maltin in the press release and why I respected Maltin someone he thought was rather square I responded with a lengthy defense of Leonard Maltin explaining that he was an expert on old movies while still in his early teens had written several important books before reaching voting age had kept in touch with his old film collector film buff friends etc But my final argument was this You know how in the mid 70s there were a few rock writers who seemed to know everything about the history of rock long before Pebbles its offspring and numerous fanzines made the past of non Top 40 rock relatively easy to learn about I m thinking specifically of Lenny Kaye Alan Betrock and Greg Shaw If you

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