Platter

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Last seen on: –Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Feb 6 2021
The Sun – Two Speed Crossword – Dec 6 2020
Wall Street Journal Crossword – August 21 2019 – Stirring Things Up
NY Times Crossword 27 Jun 19, Thursday

Random information on the term “Platter”:

Platter is a solo album released in 2003 by TISM bassist Jock Cheese. All the songs were written by Cheese and fellow TISM members Ron Hitler-Barassi and Humphrey B. Flaubert. Cheese plays all of the instruments on the album, excluding drums and (for one track) classical guitar.

Platter features the social commentary and satire that is also prominent in TISM’s works, with satirical references to Christopher Skase, Josh Abrahams and Robert Palmer.

The songs “I Done It with the Drama Teacher” and “Piss in My Pocket” were released as singles, with other tracks from the album as B-sides, to promote the album. Tracks 13-19 are instrumental versions of selected tracks from the album.

Holt would tour with a band called “Jock Cheese and the Crackers” in 2003 to promote the album.

Part of the lyrics to “Unfair” were used as an unlisted spoken-word intro to TISM’s 2001 album De Rigueurmortis, which preceded Platter. “Totally Addicted to Skase” was written in 1999 and was performed at TISM concerts in 2000.

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