Friday, December 15, 2006

Dylan's Voice On Grammy Nominee Song?



The song is called Lies, Lies, Lies, which is certainly appropriate. I had assumed from the name that it was that crappy song that Bermas uses to open his RBN program, but it's not, it's a heavy metal tune. The clip of Dylan's voice (?) comes at about 2:40 with the "American has been hijacked, not by Al Qaeda, but by a group of tyrants" that basically closes the movie. Actually I'm not sure if it's Dylan's voice; it sounds a little deeper, but it's certainly his words.

14 Comments:

At 15 December, 2006 10:25, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, that's Dylan's narration from Loose Change, morphed out with a deep voice effect.

It's also him for the first 30 seconds of the track.

Anyone think Loose Change is a cult movie? Nah.

 
At 15 December, 2006 10:43, Anonymous Anonymous said...

On a related subject, the cavalcade of stars (individuals in our govt. on 9/11 who get awards) continues:

Underperformin’ Norman Mineta awarded Medal of Freedom

 
At 15 December, 2006 11:57, Anonymous Anonymous said...

BG, ugh, this is political correctness run amuck.

 
At 15 December, 2006 12:06, Blogger shawn said...

I threw up a little in my mouth.

 
At 15 December, 2006 12:35, Blogger mbats said...

I'm glad Ministry's getting Grammy nominations, but I'd rather they did so by accusing the administration of, oh, provable things, like giving medals to people who had miserable failiures happen on their watch. Heckuva job, Bushie.

 
At 15 December, 2006 12:57, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Counter Culture run amok.

Since when was Ministry ever a metal band? If you want a real taste of true Heavy Metal, get ManOwaR's Kings of Metal.

 
At 15 December, 2006 14:06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

even though I don't believe 9/11 CTs anymore, I freakin' love that song.

 
At 15 December, 2006 16:22, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Since when was Ministry ever a metal band? If you want a real taste of true Heavy Metal, get ManOwaR's Kings of Metal.

Are you serious?
Well they did go metal but they have been metal or industrial or whatever you want to refer to that sound as.

Damn ahame that they have now gone down the KOO KOO path.

 
At 15 December, 2006 17:56, Blogger Crungy said...

Big Al's always been a conspiracy idiot. Regardless, The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste and Pslam 69 are arse kickin' discs. I saw Ministry at Lollapalooza in the outskirts of Chicago. Throughout their set the lawn sitters ripped up the grass and had a massive turf fight. Crazy sight. Ministry played a revved up industrial metal cover of Sabbath's classic Supernaut.

 
At 15 December, 2006 18:34, Anonymous Anonymous said...

@Lying Dylan.

Ministry is one of those bands that kind of fall in between Metal and Industrial. I don't consider them full on metal. Sometimes, they may be metal, other times, not. I usually don't consider them unless there is a consistency in their sound.

Anyway, what you consider metal is subjective. I'm more into the traditional sound of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Helloween, and Manowar. I also like some more of the newer bands like Finntroll, Iced Earth, Blind Guardian, Nightwish, Emperor, Immortal, etc.

 
At 16 December, 2006 07:24, Blogger Damian P. said...

The last words of the song are, "Don't listen to me/Listen to your head."

Well, Fred, my head tells me you're an idiot.

 
At 16 December, 2006 17:54, Blogger Triterope said...

I wonder if Dylan is getting royalties for this. Does anybody know the copyright law concerning the use of samples?

 
At 17 December, 2006 06:12, Blogger Damian P. said...

In my comment above, take out "Fred" and substitute "Al." (And I call him the idiot...)

 
At 17 December, 2006 08:53, Blogger One Angry Christian said...

9/11 was an inside job ... I know cuz ... Mtv told me so.

 

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