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We Can Remember it for You Wholesale by Philip K Dick

Source: Own Collection
Format: Softcover
Rating:  4 Stars
Reviewer: Laurel

I read this after watching Total Recall (2012). I now clearly need to watch the Arnold Schwarzenegger version. 181 more words

Science Fiction

Films I Watched When I Was Younger – Issue 8: Total Recall

Like 1982’s Blade Runner, 1990’s Total Recall is based on a story by acclaimed science fiction writer, Philip K. Dick. However, a dystopian futuristic setting, and similar source material is probably the only common ground the two movies share, as the intellectual and philosophical weight of the former is largely jettisoned in the latter for a more violent, action-packed romp. 314 more words


Lessons Learned from Total Recall

Given a breathable atmosphere, two people standing outside on Mars won’t care that it is a hundred degrees below zero.

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s nose is ungodly elastic. 170 more words

Sound Carriers of the world unite: Damo Suzuki and United Bible Studies in Galway (2005)

Damo Suzuki would “like to see you and make smile on your face everywhere in the world”, according to the press release for his Never Ending Tour. 1,085 more words

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Recalling LCD Soundsystem's debut on its 13th birthday

A few decades before one US regime declared a war on terror, America’s white rock’n’roll vanguard initiated conflict on a “type of soul-based dance music” that just wasn’t man enough. 690 more words

Album Review

Operation Daybreak: Obscure war film with a killer synth score (1975)

It’s good having a wide circle of heads to slip you good music, but this is the first tip-off I’ve ever got in my granny’s house having a cup of tea. 369 more words

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'Fame is a toxin': Rare radio profile of Cleaners From Venus main man Martin Newell

It’s kind of annoying when people write ‘ICYMI’ and recycle posts you just scrolled past in the first place – but there’s a good chance you missed this profile and interview with Cleaners From Venus main man Martin Newell on… 283 more words

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