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H30 Europe Tour Dates


DIE STADT recommends strongly not to miss the following shows (if you
happen to be near
that is...). The first time that h3o will tour in Germany since their
infamous 'Farewell
Tour in 1994'. ANDREW MCKENZIE will be supported (in many ways) by
DITTERICH VON
EULER-DONNERSPERG on all of these dates (but not in Munster).

Furthermore DIE STADT is very pleased to announce the release of a
special limited 7"
vinyl set incl. exclusive tracks by h3o & DITTERICH VON
EULER-DONNERSPERG on the first
7inch + on the second 7" KONTAKT DER JUNGLINGE (Thomas Koner & Asmus
Tietchens) remixing
the original h3o track (each of them on their own). The later will at
first only be
available at the concerts and the remaining stock being sold through
mail order. Also
a poster for the Bremen show will be available in two versions. The
standard version is a
black & silver print on standard paper. A second numbered version will
be offered for sale.

This comes on special paper.

More details on this incl. prices to follow in a future mail order list.

7.May HAMBURG 'Horbar' THE HAFLER TRIO
+ DITTERICH VON EULER-DONNERSPERG
21.oo
e-mail: <a.aspelmeier@radylon.com>

9.May BREMEN 'Lagerhaus' THE HAFLER TRIO
+ DITTERICH VON EULER-DONNERSPERG
21.oo
e-mail: <jschwarz@diestadtmusik.de>

11.May BERLIN 'Podewil' THE HAFLER TRIO
+ DITTERICH VON EULER-DONNERSPERG
+ ASMUS TIETCHENS
+ JONATHAN COLECLOUGH
21.oo
e-mail: <musik@podewil.de>

13.May ROSTOCK 'MS Stubnitz' THE HAFLER TRIO
+ DITTERICH VON EULER-DONNERSPERG
22.oo
e-mail: <buero@stubnitz.com>

15.May KOLN 'Kulturbunker' THE HAFLER TRIO
+ DITTERICH VON EULER-DONNERSPERG
+ DAS SYNTHETSICHE MISCHGWEBE
+ YOSHIO MACHIDA
20.oo
e-mail: <zipo@aufabwegen.com>

16.May MUNSTER 'Cuba' THE HAFLER TRIO
+ BERNHARD GUNTHER
+ DAS SYNTHETISCHE MISCHGEWEBE
+ ANNA HOMLER & FRANK SCHULTE
20.oo
e-mail: <zipo@aufabwegen.com>

+ more European dates to be announced shortly

+ forthcoming US tour dates

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Re: Re: [thingist] Rub Linda the right way and she might show you wonderland


On Tue, 8 Apr 2003 01:39:40 +0000, "joseph (yes=no & yes<>no) "
<joseph@electrichands.com> said:
> Hey K+, your voice has changed!

Toujours. Who's speaking, dear?
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Re: Re: [thingist] Rub Linda the right way and she might show you wonderland


On Mon, 7 Apr 2003 10:30:21 -0700 (PDT), "Michael Szpakowski"
<szpako@yahoo.com> said:
> Short post as I'm away...but I still maintain that not
> only are Joseph's pieces part of a perfectly
> legitimate tradition of extremes in satire but that
> they are also anti war and, I think, good pieces of
> work.

One can "maintain" lots of things:
humans have been known to "maintain"
delusions for centuries.

Realite is such that Joseph's "pieces"
are cheap + exploitative. Deminstrate
no real understanding or care for the
issues + perpetuate ridiculousness
which contributes_ to "war situations".

> When I posted that "it chills the blood" is was to
> this I was referring - even for those of us who are
> both horrified by and actively organising against the
> war sometimes a kind of numbness over the casualties
> can set in -it's something difficult to keep in the
> front of one's brain.

Nothing in those pieces "chills your blood".
Absolutely no-thing. You damage humans on a
daily basis w/o care.

> To the extent that Joseph's pieces hits us with a
> renewed sense of shock I think it is a valid and
> succesful piece of anti war art.

Joseph's piece doesn't do anything of the sort.
It's drab + appaling.

> As for the name calling -I'm not interested in being
> involved on any side -I think personal animus should
> be kept off the list.

Absolument. It's all "impersonal".
This list is full of *objective* individuals.
And your statements are not entirely subjective,
are they. Or is drivel acceptable if it's in
the *right form* but not acceptable if *you
can label it name-calling* regardless of
what it is?

> best

Glik. The insincerity.
There is nothing "best" in your post.
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Rhizome


So if Rhizome were some "evil corporation"--there'd be
765874957 volunteers to clone it.

How come nobody's cloning Rhizome Raw and piping it for
free somewhere?

Aren't you all supposed to be "subervsive"?

Or is "subversive" a career-patch? But that doesn't make
sense, cause if "played right" Rhizome has left a hole as
wide as Mars for someone to make a "career" for themselves.

Nobody's *buying* Rhizome for $5? :)

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Resigned Liberal UG


http://www.julius.it/ugkrishnamurti/default.asp?Source=UGKrishnamurti.com

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