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Former Zetas Mexican drug cartel leader used to eat victims flesh in a tamale dish https://t.co/54qsPyqlzr

‘Sperm juice,’ drinks that stare back at you & ‘Roast Beef Pussy’ at Japan’s scariest restaurant https://t.co/gqNQhPJxtJ

WATCH: Drug House Raided on Facebook Live While Dealer Is Showing Off Drug Money https://t.co/RnkOcK9pBD

All-inclusive resorts in Mexico suspected of drugging tourists https://t.co/rMzGTOfTgm

K2 Dance, Washington Heights
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He was caught with $2M worth of cocaine in his truck, but won’t serve a single day in prison https://t.co/8StJXvnbEx

The Myth of Drug Expiration Dates https://t.co/AffVyBjodc

Is the threat of a copyright lawsuit stifling music? https://t.co/5TYyON92uz

2 Live Jews – Oy’ It’s So Humid
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Just 100 companies responsible for 71% of global emissions https://t.co/m92fPHtQNw

Teenagers Using Social Media To Deal Class A Drugs And Concealing It From Parents And Teachers By Using Emojis https://t.co/1ZSDCFyiIb

Praying Mantises Are More Badass Than We Realized, They Hunt Birds https://t.co/ULGCCt4xyJ

This one’s for OJ
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Iron Maiden Eddie On Stage Compilation
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CRACK ATTACK Big Stick (1987)

 

CRACK ATTACK Big Stick 1987

BIG STICK, CRACK ATTACK This is a U.K. only version of the duo’s somewhat controversial underground industrial/dance hit. In this particular metamorphosis of the song (as there were quite a few), it receives some production treatment from producer Mark Brydon of the famed FON studios in Sheffield, England. BIG STICK’S CRACK ATTACK had an impact on the alternative/industrial and dance music community that nobody would have ever expected, especially John and Yanna! It’s kinda whack, heck, it’s a song ’bout crack! Admittedly, this particular version of the song is a bit cleaned-up from its “original” release, although it still sends a message that portrays the dire consequences of using crack in a less than glamorous light.

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Dom Dance

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Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on October 14, 2014

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Texas Chainsaw Leatherface Dance

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Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on October 6, 2014

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Slaughtered The ‘Dance Floor Hog’!

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Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on June 16, 2014

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Stacia Blake Hawkwind Nude Dancer Psychedelic Amazon Godess

Stacia Hawkwind


Stacia (full name Stacia Blake), born 26 December 1952 in Ireland, was a dancer for the English rock group Hawkwind. She is now a professional artist.

Stacia joined the band in 1971; however accounts vary as to how and why she began working with the band. Liner notes to In Search of Space indicate that poet and lyricist Robert Calvert recruited her for live shows; other sources state that she was a friend of Nik Turner, saxophonist and flautist for the band. In 2012, Turner told Mojo Magazine, “I met Stacia for the first time at the Isle of Wight… She said, “Can I dance with you?” and I said, “Yeah, but you must take off all your clothes and paint your body.” She took all her clothes off but unfortunately I didn’t have any body paint. That was like her audition.” In an interview in British music magazine Melody Maker, Stacia herself stated that she attended a show and, inspired by the music, got on stage and performed an impromptu dance to the band’s music. She immediately became an integral part of the live show after joining in 1971.

According to a 1974 interview in Penthouse, Stacia was six feet (183 cm) tall and “happily bisexual”. She regularly augmented her visual impact by performing topless or nude, her body decorated in iridescent or luminescent paint. In a 2007 BBC Four documentary, Lemmy described her as 6 ft 2 inches (188 cm) tall with a 52 inch (132 cm) bust and a bookbinder by trade. The same documentary said that she was working as a petrol pump attendant in Cornwall when she joined the band.

Stacia regarded what she did with the band as interpretive dance, and was an integral part of the early to mid-1970s Hawkwind show, particularly during the Space Ritual era. She left Hawkwind in 1975 after touring with them for the Warrior on the Edge of Time album. Her departure, along with that of Lemmy (who went on to form Motörhead) and Robert Calvert, signaled the end of an era; though Calvert, after a guest appearance with the band at the Reading festival, decided to rejoin the band full-time towards the end of that year.

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