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  1. Nir
    Jul 25,  · Then language is a virus." Language! It's a virus! Language! It's a virus! Well I was talking to a friend And I was saying: I wanted you. And I was looking for yov. But I couldn't find you. I couldn't find you. And he said: Hey! Are you talking to me? Or are you just practicing For one of those performances of yours? Huh? Language! It's a virus.
  2. Kajimuro
    Laurie Anderson - Pandora. Try disabling any ad blockers and refreshing this page. If that doesn't work, please visit our help page.
  3. Mogami
    There is an old Laurie Anderson song called Language is a Virus. I loved it, because it somehow captured the slipperiness of language, and how language can be weaponised – and become infectious. I’m reminded of this song as we live through and respond to coronavirus, and as we commence imagining, or re-imagining, what life will be like after coronavirus, or even when we return to our.
  4. Kern
    Nov 15,  · The William Burroughs inspired "Language is a virus" preceded by "Difficult Listening Hour" where Laurie speaks through a filter that gives her voice a deep Burroughesque edge. Laurie plays with language, objectivity, experimentation and logic. Yet for all the technical wonder that is Laurie Anderson /5().
  5. Telrajas
    Label: Warner Bros. Records - WT,WEA International Inc. - • Format: Vinyl 12 Laurie Anderson - Language Is A Virus From Outer Space (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore.
  6. Togami
    Laurie Anderson - Language Is A Virus (Letra e música para ouvir) - Paradise / Is exactly like / Where you are right now / Only much much better / I saw this guy on the train / .
  7. Taulkis
    Lyrics to 'Language Is A Virus' by Laurie Anderson. Paradise / Is exactly like / Where you are right now / Only much much / Better. / I saw this guy on the train / And he seemed to have gotten stuck.
  8. Doudal
    "Language is a Virus", a song by Laurie Anderson a concept in the William S. Burroughs novel The Ticket That Exploded See also [ edit ] Memetics, Richard Dawkins' theory suggesting that cultural information is transmitted among people in a virus-like fashion.