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1# Deep Throat is porn/gore-grind band from Czech. Three ex-members of Psychopathic Sadism and new vocalist.Read More...
Biography: Split up of P.S. - birth of D.T. - live gigs - replacement vocalists #1 - live gigs - replacement vocalists #2 - live gigs - "Until It Stops..." CD recording - live gigs - CD release at the firm Nice To Eat You - live gigs...
Discography: Until It Stops... CD (Nice To Eat You 2012)
Members: Mincer - blasting drums / roars & yells
Najmisch - Chernobyl explosion bass
Stihlda - deeply crushing guitar
Habosh - pitch-shifter / squeals & grunts
2# Deep Throat can refer to the Soundtrack to the famous pornographic movie of the 70's or to an italian street punk band.
-Deep Throat is an American pornographic movie released in the summer of 1972, written and directed by Gerard Damiano and starring Linda Lovelace (the pseudonym of Linda Susan Boreman). It was shown in many mainstream movie theatres and is likely the most successful and influential pornographic film of all time.
A sexually frustrated woman (Linda Lovelace, credited as playing "Herself") asks her friend Helen (played by Dolly Sharp) for advice; after a sex party did not provide any help, Helen recommends that Linda visit a doctor (played by Harry Reems). The doctor notices that Linda's clitoris is located in her throat; she then goes on to work as a therapist for the doctor and performs a particular technique of oral sex—thereafter known as "deep throat"—on various men, until she finds the one to marry. Meanwhile, the doctor has sex with his blonde nurse (played by Carol Connors). The movie ends with the line "The End. And Deep Throat to you all."
The movie, 61 minutes long, is intended to be funny with highly corny dialogues and songs, fireworks going off and bells ringing during orgasm.
The various explicit scenes of oral, anal and vaginal sex acts led to an X rating by the MPAA film rating system.
Supposedly the film was cut with the music in mind, making the 'thrust' in the scenes 'flow' with the music.
The original soundtrack was released by Trunk Records in 1972. Few copies exist today and when on the market, they have been seen to sell for as much as US$300. The tracks are groovy and contemporary, both instrumental and with vocals. Every second track or so is lyrics from the movie (indicated with "" in the list below). All artists are unknown. A remixed and remastered CD and LP version is now available from Light in the Attic Records.
Original track list:
Introducing Linda Lovelace
"Mind if I smoke while you're eating?"
"A Lot of little tingles"
Love is Strange
"A nice joint like you..."
"You have no tinkler!"
"I wanna be your slave"
"My love is like a big blonde afro (Jah-ron-o-mo)"
I'd Like To Teach You All To Screw (It's The Real Thing)
Nurse About the House
"I got Blue Cross"
Old Dr. Young
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