Esoteric Creativity – sexual abuse denial set to muzakPosted: July 29, 2013
We interrupt our regular programming to show you what could happen if Serge Benhayon rearranges your brain cells and you combine that mess with music lessons from Chris James. The result is something like the Osmond family crossed with the Beverley Hillbillies on benzodiazepines and nitrous oxide. We think it unlikely to find chart success anywhere but on Planet Serge where facts that come with photographic evidence are ‘lie lie lies’, and having your genitals pawed by an ex bankrupt junior tennis coach and toilet epiphanist is called ‘healing’.
Our cast of self loving songstresses from left to right, and not counting the token minor, are Sarah Davis, the Esoteric brains behind undisclosed anti-free speech cult front and abject failure Real Media Real Change; the indomitable SergeProp commandant, Rebecca Baldwin, who falsely accused us of false accusations of sexual abuse and wants our blogs shut down because she says so; with her sisters, Sarah and Esoteric kamikaze, Kyla. Don’t know who the bloke is, but shouldn’t he be playing a banjo? Or two?
If Burt Reynolds shows up with an archery set, run like hell.
I’m guessing they were attempting Esoteric humour by calling it a ‘cult hit’, which is the only genuinely funny crack I’ve heard come out of Universal Medicine, but the performance screams cult louder than any Chris James led Esoteric happy clapping extravaganza, and we do hope they produce more of this wonderment, because the more they release publicly, they better they make us look.
Anyway, apart from dragging a little girl onto the stage to give the thing an air of safety, my real concern is the quality of the production. I mean, surely they could have done better than Sarah Davis attempting gentle breath hip hop, and the Baldwin sisters out teething each other. If they really want chart success, I think they should take some lessons from Lily Allen. The lyrics to her chart topper are naff and everything, but it’s amazing what can be done with bit of melody, and I dunno, panache. And sometimes it helps to just say what you really mean…