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Feederz, Vandalism: Beautiful as a Rock in a Cop's Face

Feederz, Vandalism: Beautiful as a Rock in a Cop's Face

The Feederz reformed in 2002 and released Vandalism: Beautiful as a Rock in a Cop's Face. This lineup included Ben Wah on drums and Denmark Vesey playing bass, both fromSeattle. 

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The Feederz were a punk rock band from Arizona. They are infamous for their song Jesus Entering from the Rear which featured on Alternative Tentacles' Let Them Eat Jellybeanscompilation, and for their provocative album covers. The Feederz have strong Situationist tendencies, and occasionally verge into anarchism; their songs are highly critical ofgovernment, consumerism, and religion. Lead singer Frank Discussion is also known for his "subvertisements" or "derailments", an adaption of the situationist tactic of detournement, as well as what he calls 'interventions' whereby one detourns physical events by intervening with an out of place element in the physical world, a tactic expressed as simply as placing disparate items in unsuspecting people's shopping carts, thereby raising the action beyond the level of mere prank to a conscious tactic used to undermine society and to express a unified critique of it. He is also known for being one of the developers of 'antistasiology,' defined as the comparative study of various types of tactics, strategies and organizational structures used by various resistance movements, both in history and those which are in present use. The Feederz reformed in 2002 and released Vandalism: Beautiful as a Rock in a Cop's Face. This lineup included Ben Wah on drums and Denmark Vesey playing bass, both fromSeattle. They toured throughout 2003. Rumors persist that Frank Discussion now spends much of his time in Southern Mexico, moving among the EZLN (Zapatistas) and the Oaxacan based APPO who are in open revolt against the Mexican government. He has been expanding on the discipline of antistasiology (the study of resistance), an area of study he helped develop in the early 2000s. Mr. Discussion is also thought to be working on a movie entitled "Amor y Saqueo" (Love and Looting) which he describes as a "charming tale of a young girl who finds happiness through wholesale destruction, theft, sabotage and, of course, looting." It is unknown whether the film will be shot in the United States, Mexico or both[1].

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