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Crimes Against Nature

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Originally released by Triple X in 1993 and reissued by Atavistic in 1993, the three-disc set Crimes Against Nature is strictly a spoken word affair, with pieces ranging from the 90-second "Terminal Distraction" to the nearly 50-minute ramble "Conspiracy of Women." The style of the pieces should be familiar to anyone who's followed Lunch's spoken word career: unfocused, rambling harangues that regularly score some cogent political and sociological points but are so one-note in their air of complacent self-righteousness and not-as-shocking-as-thought transgressiveness, and so lacking in the antic humor of a Jello Biafra or Henry Rollins, that Lunch ends up preaching solely to the choir. Only the most die-hard fans of Lunch's spoken word releases will make it all the way through in a couple of sittings. ~ Stewart Mason
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Crimes Against Nature Lydia Lunch 1:38
  3. 2 The Beast Lydia Lunch 22:20
  4. 3 Unearthly Delights Lydia Lunch 5:15
  5. 4 Cruel Story of Youth Lydia Lunch 25:17
  6. 5 Daddy Dearest Lydia Lunch 11:55
  7. 6 Terminal Distraction Lydia Lunch 1:26
  8. 1 Shock Corridor Lydia Lunch 4:35
  9. 2 Oral Fixation Lydia Lunch 37:59
  10. 1 The Right to Revolt Lydia Lunch 26:40
  11. 2 Conspiracy of Women Lydia Lunch 48:51

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