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Inside The Dishwasher

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Apr 20, 2003 | 9:49 PM EDT

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You can't buy everything on the shopping channel and you can't run away from yourself.

In The Fat Controller’s Annex of the Damned you will find some archives of Sin Sin’s pan-media output from the last while. Feel free to root around at your leisure.
http://www.geocities.com/sinsin_collective/

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MysteryGMysteryG

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Trippy

Is that supposed to be some subliminal brainwashing shit or something like that?



ErichoEricho

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I ended up liking this more than most people. I think it's just because I found it so creative. How many stuff relating to 911 WAS made at this time? I really do love all the little things going on. It still came off as pretty messy. I appreciate how unique it is.

The artwork was pretty good. Well, I guess it wasn't really artwork in the strictest sense. It was certainly something at least! It got better as it went along. I just like surrealism.



DripsydrinkwaterDripsydrinkwater

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fanfrigging tastic

Inside the dishwasher a clear indication that the art of social comment is still alive and kicking. If cars and dogs were meant to be then fishermen wore slippers when tarot cards of rabbit fur and kitty cat big dippers



chartranoschartranos

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

can't rating?!?!?!

what the hell was that?!
What are you taking to make somme sh.. like that
and where 's the vue on social life??
What is the point in that, sure its agressent and anoting but here is the rest???

keep tring dude



EphraimEphraim

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I never thought...

...I'd use the phrase "contemporary art", as I believe we live in an era where "art" has gone "down the shitter" in favor of commercialism. But after having gotten to know the "Broken Saints" series, and after viewing this fine movie of yours, I know I can put up hopes again.

That was the best, most nightmareish outlook on modern-day industrial civilization I have seen since the motion picture "Fight Club". Good mesh of graphics and irritating audio and content. Keep up the fantastic work.