Poly Styrene Pays a Posthumous Tribut...

Poly Styrene Pays a Posthumous Tribute to Michael Jackson

There are 2 comments on the The New York Times story from Jul 22, 2011, titled Poly Styrene Pays a Posthumous Tribute to Michael Jackson. In it, The New York Times reports that:

As far as posthumous tributes go, this one is a double-rarity. Before she died in April , Poly Styrene , the leader of the pioneering punk act X-Ray Spex, recorded a song inspired by the death of another seminal performer: Michael Jackson .

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Since: Jul 10


#1 Jul 23, 2011
ďBaby, youíre so ghoulish. But Iím not so foolish, to be scared.Ē

Baby, youíre so ghoulish. But Iím so foolish, to be scared.

Just a little correction and the song speaks for some f'loons here.

“Kids ...”

Since: Jan 09

Don't do drugs! <Hee-Hee>

#2 Jul 23, 2011
"Poly Styrene"? Did Wacko's nose get its own gig?

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