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Casale said that this song was chosen from a batch of songs that the band was working on, and that also this is the closest the band has been to a new album.
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During an interview with the Dallas Observer, Gerald Casale said, " It's just aesthetically offensive.
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The lyrics of Devo's song " Whip It " were inspired by Gravity's Rainbow parodies of limericks and poems ; Gerald Casale specified: The lyrics were written by me as an imitation of Thomas Pynchon's parodies in his book Gravity's Rainbow.
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" This idea was developed as a joke by Kent State University art students Gerald Casale and Bob Lewis as early as the late 1960s.
According to Gerald Casale, the album's sound was inspired by reviewers calling them " fascist clowns " in articles.
Their record was produced by Bob Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh ; Mark also co-wrote some of the songs.
A swift march on Piacenza drew the Austrian commander thither and in his absence the allies fell upon and completely defeated the Sardinians at Bassignano ( 27 September ), a victory which was quickly followed by the capture of Alessandria, Valenza and Casale Monferrato.
In northwest Italy the church of Sant ’ Ilario at Casale Monferrato was dedicated to him as early as 380.
The first Italian American newspaper, " L ' Eco d ' Italia " was published in New York in 1849 by Francesco de Casale.
Gerald Casale of Devo created a video for Berlin which was scheduled to debut at a late November 2011 performance.
Louis XIV was compelled to accept, and after a sham siege and nominal resistance Casale surrendered to Amadeus on 9 July 1695 ; by mid-September the place had been razed.
Spinola's health broke down, as he was already 61 years old, with over 30 years experience in the battle fields, and died on 25 September 1630 at the Siege of Casale, muttering, apparently, the words " honour " and " reputation.
The toponym, Casale Cupersanem, is known from the 5th century AD and was a bishopric seat from the 7th century.
The production was directed by Glenn Casale and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast and featured sets by David Gallo.
In the early 1970s, as a visiting poet at Kent State University, Dorn, along with British poet and editor Eric Mottram, was a mentor and supporter of the musical group Devo, and its founders Gerald Casale and Bob Lewis.
During this period, Mottram was twice a guest lecturer at Kent State University, where, along with Black Mountain poet Ed Dorn, he was an early supporter of the musical group Devo, and its founders Gerald Casale and Bob Lewis, whose poetry Mottram published when he was editor of the Poetry Review.
Ubertino of Casale ( 1259 – 1329 ) was an Italian Franciscan and one of the leaders ( together with Michael of Cesena ) of the Spirituals, the stricter branch of the Franciscan order.
Also signed was Boris Casoy, who became the first news anchor in Brazil with his TJ Brasil newscast ( which succeeded Noticentro, the network's first newscast with Antonio Casale ).
Ascanio Sobrero ( October 12, 1812 – May 26, 1888 ) was an Italian chemist, born in Casale Monferrato.
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Art dating from the Diocletian period ( 286 – 305 AD ) in Villa Romana del Casale, Sicily depicts women in garments resembling bikinis in mosaics on the floor.
Central to the discussions were the two French fortresses that flanked the Duke's territory – Pinerolo and Casale, the latter now completely cut off from French assistance.
Much closer stylistic connections exist with the far more elaborate statues from Capestrano, Picenium, Italy ( 650-550 BC ) and Casale Marittimo ( middle of the 7th century ).
Grignolino has two Denominazione di origine controllata ( DOCs ) that produce wine from it-Asti and Monferrato Casale.
" Recall among his works a " Redeemer " statue from Museum of Asti and " Resurrection " in the cathedral, also several paintings can be found in the parish of Grazzano Badoglio, Villadeati, Casale Monferrato, San Salvatore Monferrato, Moncalvo and Castagnito.
Towards the Tyrrhenian Sea, the land slopes gently, so from from the Casale Santa Cristina, below Castel Savello bordering Albano, goes to above sea level at Colle Lilli, to above sea level at Pozzo di Valle, to Quarto Santa bordering Marino, to above sea level of the Laghetto di Turno.
The family arrived in Casale from Vignale around 1500, in the person of Tommaso Faà, who was secretary to the Senate of Monferrato.
* Giovanni Matteo Faà di Bruno a musician of some importance from Casale who published two books of madrigals as well as vespers, psalms, motets and settings of the Magnificat.
Casale, Italian from the late Latin casalis for an isolated house, or group of houses, in the countryside, may refer to:
Plus there are collaborations with Soundpool, Vocals from Brody Dalle ( The Distillers / Spinnerette ) and Gerald V. Casale from DEVO.
On an episode of the VH1 show TrueSpin, Gerald V. Casale revealed that the lead guitar riff from " Whip It " is based on the riff from " Oh, Pretty Woman " by Roy Orbison with the beat moved to the back.
* MonferratoArte: Guglielmo Caccia called il Moncalvo from a historical and bibliographical directory of artists active in the extra-urban Churches of the Diocese of Casale Monferrato.
After a spell of decline, due to the fall of the Roman Empire and the barbaric invasion, Casale became a free municipality and from the 15th century to the 16th century has been the capital of the Palaiologos.
Thousands of inhabitants of Casale have died from mesothelioma, a fatal disease caused by the breathing of asbestos.