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Stinkfist is a collaborative EP by Clint Ruin a. Thirlwell and Lydia Lunch. This outing from the ex- Immaculate Consumptive bandmates was originally released as a 12" in on Lunch's Widowspeak label.
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Coffee is such a great gig. Having been given such an opportunity, I think we as coffee travelers need to go out of our way to make the most of the experience, and be respectful of the places and people we visit. Travel has been an important part of my work for the last twenty-five years, and it has taken me to six continents and more than sixty countries.
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Sign in. We gaze into our crystal ball to look at seven Toronto International Film Festival titles to watch for come awards season. Watch the video. Title: Tool: Stinkfist Video
The song title, the lyrics and the perceived subject matter caused changes to be made to the originally released version by TV  and radio programmers, who also shortened the track. The track has also been remixed by Skinny Puppy. Keenan said the use of the words "stink" and "fist" and the resulting perception of " fist fucking " is actually symbolic in dealing with a friend of drummer Danny Carey who "isn't afraid of getting his hands dirty" rather than a "write-off" of the sexual term.
Over the coming weeks on Gigwise, I'm going to be bringing you some of the most controversial, comical and plain fucked-up videos of all time. To kick off, we bring you a macabre cult classic from …. The extensive use of David Lynch-esque dark surrealism coupled with highly suggestive lyrics that were so potent that MTV wouldn't even use the song's original name for fear of causing offence. Instead they relied on their VJs' sticking a fist in the air and giving it a good sniff when introducing the song as "track number one" during it's heavy rotation on the station in the mid-to-lates.