Poll: Dead Corpse or Wesley Willis?
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View poll results: Dead Corpse or Wesley Willis?
Dead Corpse
1 33%
Wesley Willis
2 67%
Voters: 3.
This has came up a few times in the circles I tend to socialise in, which includes this one. So I felt it made sense to try and work out the definitive answer once and for all, which is better? Indie/deathmetal hybrid Dead Corpse or street entertainer skitso Wesley Willis?

Dead Corpse is the brain child of myself (lead vocals / guitar) and my step brother (bass / drums), who took a day trip to the Tory countryside, saw some pro fox hunting car banners and decided to begin a social revoltion. Going by various genre names such as scrap metal and corpse rock, dead corpse takes over what the Velvet Underground began on White light/white heat, skillfully making an entertaining racket. Our three songs to present are thinly veiled protest songs focusing on themes you can only really get a hint of the scale of in the Tory countryside on a sunny day, the holocaust, the Somme and a swine flu related holocaust.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDCdg63HhI0&feature=related Spring Time In Auchwitz

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSF_AjPa_Gc&feature=related Garden of Corpses

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Heb0GPx_EOY Swine Flu Holocaust


Wesley Willis

Street entertainer who looked like a street cleaner, well known in pretenious music circles as the 'black santa claus' well known also for playing the demo feature of a Casio keyboard against a wretchedly flat singing voice. His lyrics had to be heard to be believed, usually bypassing a guitar solo for 30 seconds of continuous rolling keyboard followed by a send off to a various lovable money hungry corporation.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TamjRgKPo4o Termites ate my house

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UD3Rn8qOFSs&feature=related Beware of dog

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqdTHqDN2G0&feature=related I Murdered your family

So who is the king or kings of alternative whatever? rock? My money's on Dead Corpse for the sheer ammount of thought that goes into our concepts.