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"There's a lot of people who'll call it pretentious. The line, one that really appeals to me is 'Whose artists are helpless spherical mirrors spinning on the horns of a tidal wave.' That actually involves me. Each line takes you on to the next. 'Whose age is unknown, who takes under his wing, whose freaks are real, whose reality is hunger.' - probably the one reality on this earth is hunger, and the way you eat is the way you speak. 'Whose real strategy is dissent.' One generation's dissenters become the next generations accepted nutters. 'Who shares his lot, whose ace is death.' Your ace is to be played any time; some Buddhist monks sit and burn themselves, use the ace that way. If I was to do that I'd probably hang meself off Peter Robinson's flagpole on Oxford Circus." (Melody Maker, 20th January 1973)
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