Helen Money Covers the Minutemen's "Political Song for Michael Jackson to Sing"
This arrived in our inbox yesterday: a cover of the Minutemen's great "Political Song for Michael Jackson to Sing." If you don't know the song by San Pedro's finest, you should hear it first, to see what exactly Helen Money did to it:
If you don't know Helen Money, it's the brainchild of Alison Chesley, a Chicago-based cellist and founding member of the under-appreciated Verbow.
Best line in the song: "If we heard mortar shells we'd cuss more in our songs and cut down the guitar solos."
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