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Goldfrapp Gets "Physical" In Hell

So, Andy Warhol and Kenneth Anger were just chillin' in Hell (like they do), when suddenly they thought it would be pretty cool to come back and throw a party. So they contacted Olivia Newton-John, who is really a Satanic cult leader with laser-light manipulation abilities, and she raised them from the dead. Then they went and broke Michael Alig out of jail, who proceeded to fund their evil entertainment with a workout video featuring King Diamond. Completely energized by having their blood replaced with glitter and caught in the thrall of Newton-John's sheer white, nippletastic robe, they were completely helpless when the Buns of Steel vampires attacked.

Either that, or Goldfrapp's got a new single out. Really, it could be either one.

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