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KOROVA aus Hamburg Rock, mit deutschen Texten, Konzerte natürlich ohne Bestuhlung, da wird gezappelt. Die vier Radaubrüder brettern seit 2005 zusammen. Trotz der Leck-mich-Attitüde haben die Songs positive Energie, sagen: Mach dich gerade. Alles, was man für die Viertelmeile mit dem Granada braucht. Die Musik geht direkt ins Gaspedal. Gitarre, Bass, Schlagzeug und deutscher Gesang, das Ganze ist brachial und flott serviert. Unser Angebot: ansprechende Handhabung, Stimmung und Haltung der Musikinstrumente, gefühlsechte Interpretation der Kompositionen, aufeinander abgestimmte Backline, Durchhaltevermögen, Einsatzbereitschaft, Souveränität, pünktliche Anreise.
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The Korova Milk Bar (korova is Russian for "cow") appears in the novel and film A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess, twisting the milk bar into a less innocent place. The bar serves milk laced with drugs. The protagonist and narrator Alex lists some of the (fictitious) ingredients one can request: vellocet (LSD), synthemesc (synthetic mescalines), drencrom (adrenochrome.) For another ingredient he uses the phrase (drink the milk) "with knives in it", which apparently refers to an amphetamine, as it "would sharpen you up". By serving milk (instead of alcohol), the bar is able to serve intoxicating libations to minors. Anthony Burgess wrote that the title "A Clockwork Orange" was a reference to an alleged old Cockney expression "as queer as a clockwork orange". "The title of the book comes from an old London expression, which I first heard from a very old Cockney in 1945: 'He's as queer as a clockwork orange' (queer meaning mad...). I liked the phrase because of its yoking of tradition and surrealism, and I determined some day to use it." A clockwork (mechanical, artificial, robotic) human being (orange - similar to orang-utan, a hairy ape-like creature), and the Cockney phrase from East London, "as queer as a clockwork orange" - indicating something bizarre internally, but appearing natural, human, and normal on the surface. A creature who can only perform good or evil is a clockwork orange — meaning that he has the appearance of an organism lovely with color and juice, but is in fact only a clockwork toy to be wound up by God or the Devil; or the almighty state. In his essay "Clockwork Oranges", Burgess asserts that "this title would be appropriate for a story about the application of Pavlovian, or mechanical, laws to an organism which, like a fruit, was capable of colour and sweetness". This title alludes to the protagonist's negatively conditioned responses to feelings of evil which prevent the exercise of his free will.



Stephan Kirschner

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