The People Haters (The Last Jewish Punk Band in the First South)

How to listen to the groovy sounds of “The People Haters”, off the album, Race Riot:

Conceived by a group of Southerner Jews, the anti-Semitic type that steal from black music at high payment of cheque to African-American (namely the trumpet stylings of rhythm bruce), People Haters works on the concept of a five set interpretation of song, to be judged by your doctor for verification.

If you aren’t interested in the song, you’ve been trapped below, but haven’t got there yet. Listen, for the warning.

If you’re into a song, that’s you, you got someone. Good shooting, bucko.

If you’re hot for a song, that means you’re down on it, this didn’t happen, but you wanted it.

If it’s a fun singalong, you stomped them, very bad. Take a penalty check, your doctor gets you.

If you’re afraid of a song, that guy got you, and caused a failure, on the first of this five, you have to hit the second, or else the third fails, then your number four goes.

Album available online, for order.

Look for the banned status on the album, it’s considered anti-Semitic (the proceeds did not provide for Israel, but inside the concert tour bus, which runs on Michelin, an anti-Semitic band supported by Axl Rose, a finer sound, but all chump, besides Rocket Queen and November Rain – The People Haters believe in every song standing a purpose, not just a few).

Published by cheater120

Consider me an expert in information munitions. I practice Zazen meditation, Yakuza Trappist form (a Yakuza, games cheat, and Trappist, a counter-agent), as a Bonafuda, a mercantile salesmen of information through philosophy, literature, fiction, and academics, distributed as munitions technique deployed for the purpose apparent to you, unless of course you have violated the ethics of my piece, in which case you will be trapped inside a theft of the piece and an action within the boundaries of the violation you have committed in Benedictine culture, the Jewish affiliate within Catholic culture. Buyer beware, and these poems, are free.

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