Bing Selfish | The Art of Selfishness

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The Art of Selfishness

by Bing Selfish

Pondering the state of the Artist in this Overweight Society, Bing opened the Door to the Future in an almost Psycho-Cyberkinetic kind of way and now everyone can freely share in the Art of Selfishness. See mail order page for prices.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. My Coup D'Etat
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2. Laudanum
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3. The NEP
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4. The Acorns of Your Misunderstanding
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5. England's Burning
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6. World in E7
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7. Financial Advisor
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8. Secret Underground Police Detective
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9. The Fall and Rise and Fall of Jeffrey Archer
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10. Be an Accountant
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11. What an Alcoholic Day
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12. Andre Breton (It would be useless to speak of the Truth if one hadn't spat in its face so much)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
To level a charge of Bitterness against Bing Selfish would be essentially to miss the life affirming point of the man's work, so filled is it with love and unadulterated joy. It would also be asking for a stream of bile to be directed against one of such a strength as to require an unexpectedly long stay at a Belgian sanatorium. So let's not go there.

After bumping into Brian Wilson in a self-help bookshop, Bing was lifted from a trough of despond to new heights of Selfishness. Pondering the state of the Artist in this Overweight Society, Bing opened the Door to the Future in an almost Psycho-Cyberkinetic kind of way and now everyone can freely share in the Art of Selfishness. See mail order page for prices.


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