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Atheist themed music is happening more and more lately it seems, “Cheers! You’re An Atheist.”
Dusty Smith (CultofDusty) teams up with Macon, Georgia’s greatest rapper ever, John Rhynes, to create an anthem for all you new atheists out there. We know it can feel lonely, but there are more of us out here than you think. We got your back. Cheers man, you’re an atheist!
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All religions make money and cause troubles and war and death and I’m tired of it. Stop now! Enjoy your life!
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I can’t say that I have ever heard of IAMX before but after this song "I Salute You Christopher" (Ode to Christopher Hitchens) I may have to give it a bit more of a listen even if this is just a special tribute.
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I’ve never not been political, though religion tended to overshadow it in my acid days; that would be around ‘65 or ‘66. And that religion was directly the result of all that superstar shit—religion was an outlet for my repression. I thought, ‘Well, there’s something else to life, isn’t there? This isn’t it, surely?’ …At one time I was so much involved in the religious bullshit that I used to go around calling myself a Christian Communist, but as [psychologist Arthur] Janov [inventor of Primal therapy] says, religion is legalized madness. It was [Primal] therapy that stripped away all that and made me feel my own pain….You are forced to realize that your pain is really yours and not the result of somebody up in the sky….This therapy forced me to have done with all the God shit…..It’s a bit of a drag to say so, but I don’t think you can understand this unless you’ve gone through it—though I try to put some of it over on the album. But for me at any rate it was all part of dissolving the God trip or father-figure trip. Facing up to reality instead of always looking for some kind of heaven.
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Alright may not technically be completely on topic for my page, but it is at least related, and it made me laugh like crazy.
Elderly Choir Rapping and yes, it is for real. If you skip most of it make sure you check out the last little bit, things get a little risque when Nelly’s “Hot In Here” comes on.