it was 27 June 2003, almost 14 years ago. in those days I had released my 1st album “Bad’lania Rising” and was finalizing my 2nd Jewish Lightning. I had a real lot of very experimental cuts, some of which made it to my 3rd ‘Desert Fever Brigade’ among those that didn’t make the album was a loud instrumental called ‘Violate The Bass!’
I was on a German-based on-line music distributor called besonic.com. I had some songs in the top 100 sub-genre charts but short-lived. I then released “Violate the Bass!” under the experimental noise sub-genre. the next day, it bolted from nowhere to #4 on the global All Genre chart. many there didn’t like the idea of me being there, and the song really wasn’t that good.i began to receive threatening emails from artists and listeners from Germany. they posted blogs against me in German accusing me of fixing the charts. they overestimated me. I didn’t know how to do that, and if I did know, I would never do such a thing. I couldn’t understand the German in the blogs, but I saw the word ‘juden’ in there and got very frightened. I had to think what to do. i couldn’t play the game they were playing, so this is what I did.it became a war where members of the Jewish community on the site were rallying to me, protecting my reputation.
I wrote a song called “Jewish Riot” as my response of the war I thought was long over==it wentlike this, very loudly.
FIRST THERE WAS ME, THEN ANOTHER THREE
THEN A MINYON OF TEN LITTLE HAIRY MEN.
WE DIDN’T HAVE A SHOFAR, SO WE SOUND THE SHAHNAI
AND WE ALL SHOUTED “AM YISR’AEL CHAI!”
WE WERE STANDING TEN MINYONS STRONG
THE RACISTS RETREAT AS THEY KNEW THEY WERE WRONG.
WE SAT BACK AND WATCH THEIR RETREAT
BLESSED BE G-D FOR THEIR PUBLIC DEFEAT.
it went to #12 in the punk sub-genre, 107 overall.
I read their blogs in German with a free translator.
it basically said-‘a call to war. this one wants a Jewish Riot. lets put on the black boots again and smash Judah.
the site admin deleted all of them from the site because of this.
I still can’t believe this shit still goes on.