Music as a Weapon to Deal with Lingering Guests

Ever had guests at a party who lack the social graces to know that it is time to go. After reading Strategic Guest Ejection by Helena Echlin on Chow, I thought of a few bits of music that might drive these lingering guests out the door.

I would start with New York priestess Diamanda Galas who can be pretty uncompromising.
Second place Captain Beefheart Making Love To A Vampire With A Monkey On My Knee who I like but is definitely not everyone cup of tea.
Explorer of the dark corners of life, Nick Cave The Six Strings That Drew Blood might be another one.
If they do not like African music, a little Juju music by King Sunny Ade Sunny Ti De Ariya might do.

To close the selection Neu! (german band from 70's) has a piledriver intro on an early song (their albums were reissued by Astralwerks).

Be prepared and hopefullly you will have the right 'medicine' to empty your space.

For more Positive Vibrations check My Rest and Recovery soundtrack.

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