"The Mixer" as written by Craig Scanlon, Mark E Smith and Simon Wolstencroft....
The mixer is close to me
He turns his head and smiles at me.
And I'm am glad
He earns my salary.

The mixer
In Espanol restaurants
The people and staff they clap
The mixer sweats
In comic type letters the voices are saying
Clap, clap
The mixer sweats
The mixer sweats

The mixer of Jamaican origin
Born, raised in the US
observes the Victorian [press/prayer]
Clap, clap, clap
Clap, clap

The DLVDS is over-easy on the compress
And the mixer sweats.

[First eqipment line]
[Second equipment line]

The mixer is close to me
He turns his head and smiles at me

'It possessed the sort of bright sound microphone with audio pickup pattern.
It can produce broad responses, hi-fidelity quality, no feedback and no
howling etc. We can express good sound of your voice, an excellent
melody orchestra, a self-contained filter control, explosive breath
sounds, controlled explosive breath sounds ...... wind noises, in
different locations....'

Mixer sweats


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"The Mixer" as written by Mark E Smith Craig Scanlon

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    General CommentMaybe its about a DJ, and in the Peel sessions version, he is "Born and raised, in South Yorkshire" and then is "he is puzzled by the Spotted Dick" (a pudding by the way).

    Very funny and a cool track.
    matthewsheffieldon April 05, 2007   Link

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