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Alan Moore

Alan Moore is renowned for instilling a post-punk attitude and a Gothic narrative design in American comic books in the ’80s; much less well known can be Moore’s participation in music tasks. Moore was originally a cartoonist for the U.K. rock and roll & roll mag Sounds; nevertheless, Moore was appalled by his insufficient drawing skills therefore he centered on composing rather. In 1983, Moore documented “The March from the Sinister Ducks” using the Sinister Ducks, adding a voice-over beneath the pseudonym Translucia Baboon. Also offering Bauhaus bassist David J, “The March from the Sinister Ducks” was included being a flexi-disc in the comic reserve Critters No. 23. Moore’s United kingdom comic series V for Vendetta was the motivation for David J’s EP from the same name; “This Vicious Cabaret,” a Moore structure through the EP, reappeared on David J’s On Cup album. Moore continuing to collaborate with David J in to the ’90s for the Delivery Caul: A Shamanism of Years as a child in 1995 as well as the Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Movie theater of Marvels in 1996. In 1998, Moore and instrumentalist Gary Lloyd released Taken to Light, a text message reading of Moore’s visual book. Moore also joined up with the music group Emperors of Glaciers Cream.

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