Death to Racists
I Bury the Living - another one where a melody was not even considered. Just like reading out a bad poem he wrote at school (much like I'm Not a Man, which has a bit more melody, stolen from The Public Image.)
That IS a special Moz quality through all the years for me.
When it comes to listening to music you’re not really appreciating that much, but gradually like more and more he is the champion.
The champion of music “that grows on you”.
For me it is a sign of “good music”.
But sometimes I doubt my own feelings about it and think of it as all due to me being a fan and listening a lot to it.
I guess other music lovers with other favourite musicians have the same experience.
I noticed that for when I expressed my enthusiasm for certain Moz songs to music lovers that didn’t know about him, they started to look strange at me and their lack of enthusiasm just gave it away I must be a freak for liking him.
It doesn’t bother me at all but it is just because he is different, strange and interesting.
Bury the Living must grow on you like a nasty kind of fungus.