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Hey! Nice song, Spike. I dig the video as well... Kudos to all involved.


That's Great - really good song, and a funny video too. Wish we could see the fully realized version with you in it.


wow! total concurrence! good video and a great song!

your friend is spot on.. the images and the tune go quite well together.


Thanks People!


Man oh man...
I've been watching this a few times a day for a week or so now. I can't tell you how much this song and video affect me-can't put it into words. I've MADE about ten people watch it: all of them like the song, but a few of us (the sickos of the bunch, maybe the "artist-types". I don't know) are blown away. Great 12-string work.
Great song. Great video. This is what a music video was meant to be.
I cried. No joke (because this shit was SO dark back when Jonestown happened).
I'm going to send it to a buddy who was in The Brian Jonestown Massacre...wonder if he'll like it...


I've been watching it over and over, and believe me, if my black and empty heart could cry- it would. I too made people watch it. It made them weep.

Another thing is, the song made me think of a Beastie Boy Money Mark's solo effort Push The Button, which I recall liking very much in the late nineties.
Kudos to both the audio and the visual artists!


Nice video. They're now releasing everything about Jim Jones on DVD, including this film. I also found this on Flickr:


Apparently, this guy like the video so much he made a t-shirt out of it.

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