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Mind Invaders (Book Review)

Stewart Home (Ed.): Mind Invaders – A Reader in Psychic Warfare, Cultural Sabotage and Semiotic Terrorism (Serpent’s Tail, London 1997, ISBN 1-85242-560-1)

This anthology edited by Stewart Home collects a selection of material by Luther Blisset, the Neoist Alliance, the London Psychogeographical Association, A.A.A., Mandie B., Monty Cantsin, TOPY, Matt Fuller and many others, most of it was previously published in newsletters, flyers and obscure underground publications [like Alien Underground] and is destined to find a broader audience here in a captivating collection of the new skool of cultural subversion. Over 50 contributions brought together that will amaze and inspire you, from independent space exploration to exposing the “macabre occult practises of the British Royal Family” to psychogeographical pathways to worldwide communism. Well worth exploring, particularly if you haven’t collected the newsletters and small publications where these contribution are taken from.

Release Date: Spring 1995. 32 pages News The Institute of Fatuous Times: We Are Invisible! Dead By Dawn on 3rd December 1994 Club Review Joel Amaretto: Germany Scene Report DJ Jackal: Communique #2 Alien Underground: The Mover: Earth-Year 2017 Interview Neil: All that Jazz DJ Deadly Buda: In Search of…
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