The feeling of watching Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte tackle those streets in their Manolo Blahniks was awe-inspiring to say the least. But then, perversity seems to come naturally to Oldham, a man who would just as soon articulate the thoughts of a murderer as he would those of a saint, and whose cheeriest song, "Riding", offers a celebration of sibling incest unmarked by even the slightest trace of shame.
Not so Oldham. Upon his return, he persuaded the head of the music department to let him write songs as part of his course work. Update newsletter preferences. Whether it'd be orthe trends set forth by Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte still continue to stand the test of time.
It was also the introduction of his Bonnie "Prince" Billy persona, a part-blueblood-backwoodsman, part-cowboy character, who allowed him to dodge his new and unloved rock celebrity, and to further mimic the protean Bob Dylan's public manoeuvrings.
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Everything's supposed to connect, but through long strings or shadows, or whatever: no sentence or interaction or line of dialogue is meant to be pinpointable in a real concrete timeline - that would make it exclusive. Sorry, not sorry! Brutally so, in some cases.
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