Deathface - Warm Leatherette

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In 1978, future Mute Records founder Daniel Miller wrote a creepy spoken-word synth-punk tune named "Warm Leatherette," inspired by an equally creepy novel titled "Crash" by J.G Ballard about a group of people who achieve sexual stimulation from car crashes. The track has been covered by everyone from Grace Jones to Trent Reznor, and now we can add another fine rendition to this pantheon of gothy fetishism set to song: Deathface.


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