"Slug Bait (Live At Brighton)" as written by Chris Carter, Peter Martin Christopherson, Genesis P-orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti....
Well uh...my first intentions were to rape her. And uh...when I started to...when I grabbed hold of her, the sexual motives just uh...disappeared... I just flipped right out and started strangling her, and I pounded her head against the stairs a number of times.
How old was she?
She was 10.
Was it something that you often do?
No, to have sex was the original motive, and I was trying to find someone older, but, uh...

Mr. Jack F. Fuller, Civil Defense Coordinator of the city Los Angeles, state of California, with much experience from six years of training civil defense stations across the country...


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    General CommentThe first conversation is between an interrogator and a Canadian teenager doing life for murdering a child, while the second is from a nuclear scare record from the 60's called The Complacent Americans. They used a different part of the same record for a later gig, the part where they detail if you hide behind a desk during an atomic strike, YOU WILL SURVIVE.

    And though this is from their first Brighton gig, I can't find this song anywhere from the full gig on TG24. Same with Maggot Death at the Rat Club. Maybe it's a composite edit like Walls Of Sound from D.O.A....
    Durandal1717on December 20, 2008   Link

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