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Coffee And Gossip

Nothing like a midmorning natter with caffeine flowing through your veins. Catch up on the weekend’s events, look forward to the week ahead, find out the latest goss, everyone loves their coffee break. This funky little mix starts with some classics and works its way through a funk agenda to Joey Negro at the finale, working in three of the latest Wez G productions to boot. Sip up and enjoy! :::TRACKLISTING::: 1. Abc – The Look Of Love (US Remix) [New State Music] 2. Definition Of Sound – Moira Jane’s Café (E-Smoove’s Groovy Mix) [New State Music] 3. The Mekanism – Missing Love (Original Mix) [Needwant] 4. Seuil, dOP – Don’t Trust (Original Mix) [Circus Company] 5. Georgia Girl, Fletcher Joseph – Moonlight (Original Mix) [Act Natural Records] 6. Subb-an – Take You Back (Original Mix) [Spectral Sound] 7. Maya Jane Coles – What They Say (Dyed Soundorom Remix) [Real Tone Records] 8. Moodtrap – Make It Right (Original Mix) [Tsuba] 9. Beyoncé – End Of Time (Wez G Let Me Go Remix) [White] 10. Gavin Herlihy – Tell Me What You Need (Geddes’ 928 Remix) [Culprit] 11. Claude VonStroke, Jaw – Le Fantôme (Original Mix) [dirtybird] 12. Claytonsane – Namanga (Wez G Strip It down Tribal Remix) [MyCore Records] 13. Sasha, James Teej – As You Fall (Original Mix) [Last Night On Earth] 14. Poussez – Vermouth, Sunshine And Codeine (Claire Ripley & Zeitgeist Remix) [Pins and Needles] 15. Lofish – I Come Loudly (Wez G Cod & Chips Remix) [Stab Recordings] 16. Joey Negro, Foreal People – Feel Good 2 U (J Paul Getto Remix) [Z Records] Wez G – Coffee And Gossip by Wezg on Mixcloud

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Spring Tides

A mix to form part of the Wez G Seasonal Selection, this smooth chillout set flows like the sea across a warming coastline as we leave the winter behind us and embrace the Spring. We’ve had some lovely weather here in South Wales and the lambs are in the fields as indeed are the daffs… Turn on, Tune in and lay back and relax to some subliminal sounds. 1. MAREEKMIA – Insomnia (Original Mix) [Freedom Force Records] 2. Sop-Gradius -Khabarovsk Rain (Original Mix) [Emotion Recordings] 3. Quivver – In Your Boat (Reprise) [Bedrock Records] 4. Roni Be – Morning Coffee (Original Mix) [Grouper Recordings] 5. Minor Rain – Alone (Original Mix) [Loodma Recordings] 6. Arturo De Rena – If You Leave Me feat. IrenKA (Original Mix) [Emotion Recordings] 7. Tape Five – Tequila (Gardener Of Delight Extended Mix) [Jubilee Records] 8. Tom Tom Club – Love To Love You Baby (Tom Novy & The Gran’ Flow Mix) [Caus-N-ff-ct Records] 9. Stelios Vassiloudis – I Burn like (Ambient Mix) [Bedrock Records] 10. Nick warren – In Search Of Silver [Bedrock Records] 11. Astro Raph – 2 People (Original Mix) [Cold Busted] 12. Kazakov – That’s Life (Original Mix) [Emotion Recordings] 13. Tvardovsky – Dancing Shadows (Original Mix) [Stereo Paradise] 14. Marco Bailey – Beaming (Downbeat Mix) [Bedrock Records] 15. Robert Babicz – Pink trees (On the Couch Journey Mix) [Bedrock Records] 16. Den Wave – Mars (Original Mix) [Playinbeat] 17. Of Norway – Song For Ava (Original Mix) [Connaisseur Recordings] 18. Dave Romans – Le Bonbon Arabe (Original Mix) [Emotion Recordings] 19. Nina Kraviz – Walking In The Night feat. Hard Ton (Original Mix) [Rekids] 20. King Roc & Dimitri Nakov – Jardin Nights (From Paris To Berlin Mix) [Bedrock Records] Wez G – Spring Tides (Chillout) by Wezg on Mixcloud

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What I Am

Music is a great tool for expression. The music artist takes you on a journey,a rollercoaster ride of feelings and emotion. Descartes said ‘Cogito Ergo Sum’ – ‘I think, therefore I am’. The musician thinks and then performs and his work, that all can hear, his art, becomes one with the audience. a Transferrance of energy occurs and the form of the art manifests itself in the feelings of those that listen. :::TRACKLISTING::: 1. Thomas Smith – Retina Scan (Anthea Scholtz Delayed Remix) [Last Night On Earth] 2. Deepchild – Blackness Of The Sea feat. Andy B (Original Mix) [Future Classic] 3. Art Department – We Call Love feat. Soul Clap & Osunlade (DJ Harvey Remix) [Crosstown Rebels] 4. Phonique – The Good Track (Original Mix) [Dessous Recordings] 5. Trackheadz – I Believe In Freedom (Original Mix) [NRK] 6. Huxley – Let It Go (Original Mix) [Hypercolour] 7. Deetron – Collide (Original Mix) [Balance Music] 8. PolyRhythmic – PolyRhythmic (House Mix) [Tevo Howard Recordings] 9. Inxec, Mark Chambers – O’ so (Maya Jane Coles Remix) [Leftroom Records] 10. Hot Since 82 – Let It Ride (Original Mix) [Noir Music] 11. Hollis P Monroe – I’m Lonely (Subb-an Remix) [Noir Music] 12. Brett Johnson, Bubba, Scoper – I’m Satisfied (Brett’s World Of Nonsense Mix) [Classic Music Company] 13. Subb-an – Paris BeBe feat. JEF K (Original Mix) [Silver Network] 14. Gui Boratto – Paralelo (Solee Remix) [Parquet Recordings] 15. Orbital – Halcyon & On & On (Original Mix) [London Records] 16. Luke Chable – Foundation (Original Mix) [Mesmeric] 17. dBerrie – Rising Sun (Original Mix) [Muzik X Press] Wez G – What I Am by Wezg on Mixcloud

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Hot In The City

Hot, sweaty city nights. The Urban Heat Island warms up the landmass and where to go but dancing in the smog-laced street, unless you happen to house it up in your nearest club. Hot In The City is a deep, funky, bang up-for-it mix, perfectly suited for your take on a city night out. 1. DJ T. – City Life feat. Cari Golden (Maya Jane Coles Remix) [Get Physical Music] 2. iO, Goshva – Getaway (Original Mix) [Mulen Records] 3. Motor City Drum Ensemble – L.O.V.E. (DJ-Kicks) (Original Mix) [K7 Records] 4. Audiofly – Nothing To Undo (Original Mix) [Cocoon Recordings] 5. NTFO, Rhadow – Roots (Original Mix) [Sintope Digital] 6. Olene Kadar – Baby Keep It Up feat. D-Low (Pooley’s Main Mix) [Lo:Rise] 7. Kollektiv Turmstrasse – Was Bleibt (Jimpster Vocal Remix) [Connaisseur Recordings] 8. Maya Jane Coles – You (Edu Imbernon Remix) [Cr2 Records] 9. Kevin Saunderson – Future feat. Inner City (Kenny Larkin Tension Mix) [Defected] 10. Audiojack – Get Serious (Original Mix) [2020Vision] 11. Edu Imbernon, Los Suruba – Punset (Solomun Remix) [Eklektisch] 12. Cavalier – Kaimanawa (Original Mix) [Drumpoet Community] 13. Thugfucker, Tale Of Us, Life And Death – Step Aside (Lightweight) Feat. Scott McCloud (Original Mix) [Visionquest] 14. Maya Jane Coles – Bubbler (Original Mix) [Loco Records Supreme] 15. Dominik Eulberg – Die 3 Millionen Musketiere (Gabriel Ananda “Kleines Woelkchen” Remix) [Traum] 16. John Julius Knight – Larry’s Jam (Original Mix) [Blacklist] Wez G – Hot In The City by Wezg on Mixcloud

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Circles

Back in my (younger) clubbing days I can remember watching a drug awareness video. They put a load of rats in a box, gave some of them speed which caused them to run around crazily hyperactive. The ones they gave ecstasy also sped up, but ran around the box edges in nice neat continuous circles. The E’d up Rats were following one of the most basic of symmetrical desires. This mix has a nice circular flow to the beats. I’m not equating my audience with rodents, far from it. Enjoy the full force of dance music as its supposed to feel, just remember not to touch any cheese or you might get electroshocked! :::TRACKLISTING::: 1. Dominik Eulberg – Der Tanz Der Gluehwuermchen (Kollektiv Turmstrasse “Dirt Glow” Remix) [Traum] 2. Pional – Where Eagles Dare (Original Mix) [Permanent Vacation] 3. 6th Borough Project – Changin’ (Original Mix) [Delusions Of Grandeur] 4. Bas Amro – Ten (Original Mix) [Freerange Records] 5. Metronomy – Everything Goes My Way (Ewan Pearson Remix) [Because Music] 6. Maya Jane Coles – Little One (Original Mix) [2020Vision] 7. Robag Wruhme – Donnerkuppel (Original Mix) [Kompakt] 8. Timid Boy – The Jazz Club (Simon Beeston Remix) [Microzoo] 9. Tiefschwarz – Dominate My Sensations feat. Mama (Feos & Leicher Remix) [Souvenir Music] 10. 9west – Chasing Demons (Original Mix) [Dessous Recordings] 11. Kolsch – Opa (Original Mix) [Kompakt] 12. Paolo Mojo – Wasted Youth (Original Mix) [Deeperfect Records] 13. Ray Kajioka – Spark (Original Mix) [Kanzleramt] 14. Tale Of Us – Dark Song (Original Mix) [Visionquest] 15. Fergie – The Edge (Ian O’Donovan Remix) [Excentric Muzik] 16. Luke Abbott – Brazil (Slow Version) [Border Community] Wez G – Circles by Wezg on Mixcloud

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Frosty Blue

Frosty blue is a chillout mix, the 50th set in the Wez G DJ Mix series. We’ve had a mild winter though the frost is starting to bite right now. In Caldicot, where Wez G is based, only the River severn separates him from the hippest of chill towns, Bristol. It is the frosty blue of the river that keeps the muffled sounds of Massive ATtack from rising out constantly and you can even see Portishead from across the water. Both of these seminal trip hop bands are included on the mix as indeed are some other bighitters, interspersed with the latest upfront chill from Beatport. The chillout mixes have proved the most popular of all Wez G’s mixes. To celebrate 50 mixes in the series look out for the special torrents of the whole series (so far) that will be floating about. 1. Erman Erim – Hypnagogia (Original Mix) [Beatwax Records] 2. Morcheeba – The Sea [Indochina] 3. Deep Fog – Infinity Life (Original Mix) [Mistiquemusic] 4. Deeper Connection – No More (Original Mix) [Sonata Recordings] 5. Flunk – On My Balcony [Kriztal] 6. Portishead – It’s A Fire [Go! Beat] 7. Blue In Green – Rainy Streets (Original Mix) [Cold Busted] 8. A Man Called Adam – Easter Song (Cafe Del Mar Vinyl Mix) [Other Records] 9. JK Soul – The Music (Original Mix) [Cold Busted] 10. Massive Attack – The Hymn Of The Big Wheel [Virgin] 11. Blue In Green – Masquerade / The Night Watch (Mojo Rising Remix) [Cold Busted] 12. JK Soul – C (Radio Edit) [Fat Sound Records] 13. Marcus Koch – Smooth (Original Mix) [Plusquam Records] 14. 80s Casual – Fiesta (Original Mix) [Cold Busted] 15. Roni Be – Kamari Vibes (Original Mix) [Grouper Recordings] 16. Gramatik – Dungeon Sound (Original Mix) [Cold Busted] 17. Omegaman – Skankin’ Riddem (Original Mix) [Super Hi-Fi] 18. XL – Take 5 (Kool Summer Mix) [UCA] 19. Unclubbed, Kim Wayman – We Are The People (Original Mix) [New State Music] 20. Wamdue Project – King Of My Castle (TJK Edit) [Strictly Rhythm] Wez G – Frosty Blue (Chillout) by Wezg on Mixcloud

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Ghost In The Bed

Mixing this haunted house made me think of a ghost under the covers with me. Twisted tech with minimal vocals, the mix builds to a crescendo with an old reworked classic, Jaydee – Plastic Dreams, which was one of my Shuffle DJ partner (Damo)’s signature tunes back in the day when we rocked the best of the country’s dancefloors from the tip to the toe of the Uk. :::TRACKLISTING::: 1. Dual Shaman – Ocean Breeze (TJ Kong & Nuno Dos Santos Remix) [Wolfskuil] 2. Maceo Plex – Under The Sheets (Original Mix) [No.19 Music] 3. Audiojackerz – I Dont Know U (Original Mix) [Kushtee Deep] 4. Zoo Brazil – Slob (Nick Curly Remix) [SCI + TEC Digital Audio] 5. Deetron – Starblazer (Original Mix) [Rejected] 6. Tim Green – Lemon (Original mix) [Cocoon Recordings] 7. Olivier Giacomotto – Feed The Beats (Original Mix) [Definitive Recordings] 8. Aril Brikha – Palma (Original Mix) [Art Of Vengeance] 9. Fabian Argomedo – Fire (Original Mix) [Snatch! Records] 10. Audiomatiques – Talcum Powder (Original Mix) [MKT Records] 11. Wise D & Kobe – Horns (Original Mix) [South American Grooves] 12. Jaydee – Plastic Dreams (Koen Groeneveld Remix) [Spinnin’ Records] 13. Keith Carnal – Make You Mine (Original Mix) [Hotfingers] 14. Stephen Advance & Daniel Orcam – Demon From The Dark (Original Mix) [Drugstore Records] Wez G – Ghost In The Bed by Wezg on Mixcloud

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Jack Attack

Jacking your body has always been a part of house music and this mix has a few ‘Jack’ references. My own interpretation of the required picture and actual mix name comes from one of my greatest Christmas presents back in the day. Jack Attack was the essential game for the Commodore 64 and as little red Jack you could hop about platforms and squash baddies. What it has to do with house-jacking God only knows… The mix flows about with some nice upfront deep techy tunes, cut up rather rustily due to my break from the decks in recent months, but culminating nicely in some lush hammered-out Inner City Vocals. Enjoy! And have a Merry Christmas! 1. Maceo Plex – Bring It Back (Original Mix) [Crosstown Rebels] 2. Balcazar & Sordo – Black Panties [Dirt Crew Recordings] 3. Joe Goddard – Gabriel feat. Valentina (Original Mix) [Greco-Roman] 4. Jet Project, Electric J – Alright (Homework Remix) [Snatch! Records] 5. Phil Kieran, Green Velvet – Michael Jackson (Jamie Jones Edit) [Phil Kieran Recordings] 6. Uner – Nuribo (Audiojack Remix) [Gruuv] 7. Tim Deluxe – Transformation (Original Mix) [Get Human] 8. Maetrik – Revenge Of Jack (Original Mix) [Truesoul] 9. Terence Fixmer – Le Terrible (Original Mix) [Electric Deluxe] 10. Maetrik – The Entity (Original Mix) [Truesoul] 11. Gerd – Palm Leaves (Deetron Remix) [Clone Royal Oak] 12. Subb-an – This Place (Original Mix) [Saved Records] 13. Kevin Saunderson – Future feat. Inner City (Deep See Sound System Mix) [Defected] 14. Maurizio Gubellini, Dyor – Loving You (Gianluca Motta Remix) [High Contrast Nu Breed (Be Yourself Music)] Wez G – Jack Attack by Wezg on Mixcloud

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Flapsandwich Joins Shuffle Artist Management

Been a while since the last DJ Wez G (WordPress) News post so I thought I’d better lend an update. Shuffle Artist Management are pleased to announce that Flapsandwich is joining. Johan Sebastian Flapsanwich and I go way back. Indeed it was me who found him while trekking in Sweden. He’d been herding his Caribou southwards. His migration took him to Southern Sweden where I happened to bump into him. We got on great and after a few polite brandies and cups of tea with an interpreter who I happened to find in an old second hand record shop whilst stocking up on the ABBA back catalogue. This gentleman allowed ‘Flappy‘ and I to strike up a deal and we Flaps decided to give up on his Caribou and come to Wales to make music. He’s been skyrocketing ever since and is a first rate producer, remixer and live performer and his deck wizardry ain’t too bad either…. More from Flapsandwich can be found at his website – http://www.flapsandwich.com http://shuffleartistmanagement.com

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Edge Of Existence

yusuf islam

This song from Yusuf Islam makes the #EotVibe as I think the feeling generated by the song is relevant in the battle against mental health. Psychiatric Victims are among the most marginalised people on this planet and are well used to living at the edge of existence in terms of how their human rights are so abused. More Yusuf Islam http://www.last.fm/music/Yusuf%2520Islam

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The End Of The World

skeeter davis

We love Skeeter here at End Of Terror… Yes the song’s a little dark but when it played once in the end credits to our regular ‘Mad Men’ series addiction we just couldn’t help keep it churning on the EoT jukeboxes… End of The World? Everyone knows an apocalyptic nutbag or two… Let’s hope the End OF Terror is achieved first! More from Skeeter Davis here http://www.last.fm/music/Skeeter%2520Davis

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Take Some More

Nebula2

Yesterday we tweeted about wanting some input from people with appropriate track for the #EoTVibe offshoot to End Of Terror. #EoTVibe aims to empower our movement with positivity. Using something creative and expressive that shows our freedom as people, fighting such evil and tyranny. Joe Nebula, a long-established producer and DJ from Nottingham, well-known for his drum & bass and breaks, sent us in this track which he hopes will be appreciated by the End Of Terror audience. Take Some More – Joe Nebula by Joe Nebula The chillout track is very calm and perfect to relax the mind. The song title ‘Take Some More’ could very well be just what the nurse says when the med trolley is wheeled out last thing at night or the order from the psychiatrist at the care meeting. They do like to push the boundaries on medication – just see how much people can actually take as I’m sure many patients will testify. But that’s all by the by and speculation on my part. The track itself, which you’ll discover when you listen, is about love, and if we cannot share love in this world, between fellow human beings, what can we do? Have a listen and special thanks to Joe for being the first person to input some music to #EoTVibe. His Back2You remix projects are well worth a mention and we hope to see them return at some stage in the future. There is more info on Joe and Nebula2 at the official website  http://www.nebula2.com/ RESPECT! What we’ve decided to do for #EoTVibe, is ask around guest musicians and DJs, to get them to supply us with a top10 chart of their favourite End Of Terror Mental Health tunes. All varieties of music accepted. I know there’s a bit of a lean so far in the #EoTVibe posts towards dance music but that is my own personal preference. Music embodies all cultures and transcends all boundaries. The tapestry is rich and we welcome the widest variety of music ideas to help the #EoTVibe expand. Any Top 10 submissions for the #EoTVibe chart please E-Mail us at EoTVibe@endofterror.org Hopefully include a short paragraph about the chart if you can – why it might be relevant to the End OF Terror. Every little helps.

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Shiny Happy People

shiny happy people

Something nice and positive here for the psychiatric victims who might be reading this. Although here at  End Of Terror we do not believe in the existence of psychiatric conditions such as depression, maybe your mood is down and you enjoy hearing about R.E.M.’s ‘Shiny Happy People.’ No harm in having a positive mental attitude at all… Actually we are a bit sad and depressed that such a great band should split up More from R.E.M. here http://www.last.fm/music/R.E.M

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Frontier Psychiatrist

frontier psychiatrist

I suppose that this is the classic psychiatry track… The Avalanches are a great Australian trip hop style band who heavily rely on sampling and are most adept at using it in their work. This is perhaps their most successful and popular song and is a most amusing listen with a decent video too… Is Dexter ill, Is Dexter ill, Is Dexter ill Is Dexter ill today, Mr Kirk, Dexter’s in school I’m afraid he’s not, Miss Fishpaw Dexter’s truancy problem is way out of hand The Baltimore County school board have decided to expel Dexter from the entire public school system Oh Mr Kirk, I’m as upset as you to learn of Dexter’s truancy But surely, expulsion is not the answer! I’m afraid expulsion is the only answer It’s the opinion of the entire staff that Dexter is criminally insane That boy needs therapy, psychosomatic, That boy needs therapy, purely psychosomatic That boy needs therapy Lie down on the couch! What does that mean? You’re a nut! You’re crazy in the coconut! What does that mean? That boy needs therapy I’m gonna kill you, that boy needs therapy Grab a kazoo, let’s have a duel Now when I count three That, that, that, that, that boy.. boy needs therapy He was white as a sheet And he also made false teeth Avalanches is above, business continues below Did I ever tell you the story about Cowboys! M-M-midgets, the indians and, Fron, Frontier Psychiatrist I… I felt strangely hypnotised I was in another world, a world of 20.000 girls And milk! Rectangles, to an optometrist, the man with the golden eyeball And tighten your buttocks, pour juice on your chin I promise my girlfriend I’d, the violin, violin, violin … Frontier Psychiatrist Frontier, frontier, frontier, frontier Frontier, frontier, frontier, frontier Frontier, frontier, frontier, frontier That boy needs therapy, psychosomatic That boy needs therapy, purely psychosomatic That boy needs therapy Lie down on the couch, what does that mean? You’re a nut! You’re crazy in the coconut! What does that mean? That boy needs therapy I’m gonna kill you, that boy needs therapy Ranagazoo, let’s have a tune Now when I count three That, that, that, that, that boy.. boy needs therapy He was white as a sheet And he also made false teeth Frontier Psychiatrist Can you think of anything else that talks, other than a person? A-a a-a-a-a, a…

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Dark Times

trafik none but the brave

Trafik are a cutting edge electronica act. Dark Times is the opener for their ‘None But The Brave’ Album. The lyrics sum up End Of Terror’s philosophy. We live in dark times, the Dark Ages of Healthcare. It is as though the Spanish Inquisition as been reborn. Surely as a species we have evolved far enough in the modern age to be able to recognise and respect the most fundamental of human rights? Let’s hope and pray for a Renaissance to appear on our horizon. For that to be achieved we need to bring about the ‘End Of Terror’. More from Trafik here http://www.last.fm/music/Trafik Fighting for Truth and Justice and the End of Tyranny and Evil in Mental Health and Psychiatry

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Mental Health Review Tribunal – Phone In Sick

sicknote phone in sick

Sicknote are my mates – please support their great music! I’ve been up all night debating about whether or not to go to the Mental Health Review Tribunal Scheduled for tomorrow at 11am at Talygarn Ward, Griffithstown Hospital, Pontypool. I have an appeal against the Community Treatment Order (CTO) that I was placed on following my discharge from Section 3 of the Mental Health Act when I was detained a few months ago. When you are placed on a section order – whether it be for hospital detainment or one of these horrible new-fangled freedom-crushing CTOs – you get the right of appeal. Well – by law and the Mental Health Act itself you should get the right of appeal. I have been through entire sections without any appeal at all. What they claim at the Tribunal Office is that they are too busy, too snowed under to process the appeal. If you are lucky enough to have one scheduled, usually it comes very late on into the section. For a six month detention under section 3 you can expect to be waiting at least 4 months for your appeal hearing. After which time you are pretty much adjusted to the inner workings of the looney bin. Not that you should ever hold out any hope whatsoever of ever winning. The Mental Health Review Tribunal (MHRT) service is there to make Mental Health look legal and just. It is a facade for public and media consumption. Yes – they’ll give you a sheet of paper when you are locked up as a patient, explaining your rights. If they say they do this it makes it a lot easier for all the politicians in Westminster or Cardiff, to vote in favour of more punitive conditions and laws for detainees as they (in the adept lying manner only politicans can really truly understand) can justify to themselves that they are acting justly and they can sleep at night. It’s all self-reassurance. Before you ever get a chance to read the slip of paper, they rip it back from you and get straight to the more pertinent and relevant to their work needle-jabbing process to drug and torture you. After several months of drowning in pools of your own drool and taking a break in your chainsmoking to slurp drool, while adopting a military like program of getting out of bed and getting…

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No Love Lost

joy division

Joy Division are a popular band at End Of Terror. We listen to them perhaps more than any other band. ‘No Love Lost’ just about sums up our feelings for the Mental Health System. The music is dark and driving and has a deep and meaningful message. Lead Singer, Ian Curtis, tragically died – as a suicide victim – as so many psychiatric victims out there sadly end up too. The depth of his soul to have produced such fantastic lyrical music must have been bountiful yet he was taken from us too early, like so many talented musicians. There is a lovely Joy Division back catalogue easily available for you and if that’s not enough post-Curtis the rest of the band formed New Order – another cracking band, not to mention the Hacienda nightclub in Manchester which they also found time to deliver to the world. Culturally rich, this group of artists are an inspiration to our End Of Terror mission. Be sure to watch the full film ‘Control’, a clip of which is shown in the music video. It’s an emotional rollercoaster of the highs and lows of a tortured soul. More Joy Division here http://www.last.fm/music/Joy+Division Also New Order here http://www.last.fm/music/New+Order

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You Are The Worst Thing In The World

telefon tel aviv

This Telefon Tel Aviv classic is specially dedicated by End Of Terror to the ever-increasing number of psychiatrists out there torturing and abusing the hell out of psychiatric victims… We don’t want you to feel left out of our society… Here at End Of Terror we are thinking of you…. ‘You Are The Worst Thing In The World’ More from Telefon Tel Aviv here http://www.last.fm/music/Telefon+tel+aviv

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When Shall I Be Free?

when shall i be free

What better way to express the way you are feeling than by listening to decent music? No revolution succeeds without being fuelled by the beat of the drum. In the first of the new End Of Terror Vibe series of blog posts, Shpongle bring you here a great performance of this perfect ‘When Shall I Be Free?’ hit filmed in a live performance at one of their seminal London Roundhouse shows. Shpongle are a modern electronic band, out there on a limb, fusing ethnic sounds from across the world with a live-enabled cutting edge electronic base. They are independent thinkers in a music world that is today so devoid of creativity. More Shpongle here – http://www.last.fm/music/Shpongle

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