Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung - Slaying the Children, Burying the Dead, Signs of Life Part Two Summary & Analysis

Lester Bangs
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Slaying the Children, Burying the Dead, Signs of Life Part Two Summary and Analysis

In "Richard Hell: Death Means Never Having to Say You're Incomplete" Bangs argues that Richard Hell's style of punk rock is necessary because he still feels things in a world where most people do not. Bangs writes that Hell feels a need to implode because of the frustrations of communicating in this world. Bangs quotes Hell from a 1976 interview saying that he only feels comfortable in his sleep and that he laughs because his emotions have died. Bangs likes Hell's music, but is disturbed by the profound sadness he sees in Hell's music and personality. In their interview, Hell tells Bangs that he deeply resents being thought of as a poser by other critics. Furthermore, Hell affirms the importance of both...

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