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Quran-Quran: glam band puts a face to the Muslim Invasion

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The boy band craze has come and gone, like new wave, disco, and the Second British Invasion led by Duran Duran. It's time for the Muslim Invasion, with bands like Quran-Quran and a slew of other acts that came over to the States with their polished Sharia-driven performance, charisma and stylish fashion sensibilities. For a young person somewhere in the West, it must have been both shocking and fascinating to see these audacious-looking groups invade their television screens.

"I don't know why that was," says Aludra, one of the three teenage girls from Colorado caught leaving the U.S. in order to become Quran-Quran's groupies. "It was kind of an explosion that came out after Obama swung through America - a whole new generation that was interested in a flamboyant act over content."

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It would not be an exaggeration to describe these acts as a "Muslim Invasion" reminiscent of the "British Invasion" back in the 1960s led by the Beatles.

"I must say that I had no sense of being part of any invasion," said Mahmud, Quran-Quran's front man, featured in the group's latest beheading video. "We were just extremely style-conscious while killing, raping, and beheading infidels, but had no real sense of how important the U.S. news market was and how central to our story it has become."

Their origins can be traced to the 7th century AD - a hybrid of retro, glam and gore, pioneered by such acts as Mohammed and the Assassins.

"I remember sitting in McDonalds with my friends and we would talk about Mohammed, Charles Manson, Jack the Ripper, Vlad the Impaler, Mordor... Our idea was to blend all these different styles into one band. Our videos contain all these acts, but it's unmistakably our style."

"We felt that slaughtering infidels the old way had becoming stagnant and boring," said Mahmud. "There were some great gangs around, but there wasn't a lot happening. We started to use video in a different way, stumbled onto a new style, and boom! Young kids from all over the West were rushing to Syria, wanting to become our groupies. I guess we were just in the right place at the right time."

Besides the mass killings, a huge factor to these Islamic bands' appeal is their appearance with the big hairstyles and sleek outfits. "I remember watching them and thinking, what do they put in the water over there? These guys are so beautiful!" said Medea Benjamin of Code Pink. "And they all know how to apply make-up better than most women I know."

However, their act might have been ignored in America had it not been for YouTube. "YouTube gave us a foot in the door," said Mahmud. "We weren't touring and YouTube got us into everybody's living room. Americans invented all the technology we needed - iPhones, computers, the Internet, YouTube… So we got lucky there."

"But there's also a danger in it," Mahmud added. "Oftentimes the style of the video overwhelms the actual act of killing. As a mass murder enthusiast, I prefer to spend more time and resources beheading infidels and less on promotional stuff like videos, but it's becoming the other way around. For most Islamic groups we know it's now less about the killing and more about those really pompous intros, with floating animated logos and other Hollywood-style nonsense."

"Success went to their heads; they got bloated egos and no sense of perspective," says Mahmud about some of his fellow band leaders. "They've burnt out and are on their way to become one-hit wonders. That's our biggest fear and it forces us to work harder. We have serious competition, too. No other video personality has enjoyed more attention than Barack Obama, but we can also stake a claim of dominance on the American news cycle. Breaking America is what everyone wants to do. Not just for the money, though that's most of it, but also because if you made it in America then you made it."

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Good to see our Muslim comrades being embraced by mainstream Americans.

This just in from All The News We Dare Imagine.
"Hoping to avoid controversy while maintaining the inactivity of the Obama administration, ISIS has proactively declared it's stance on whether or not Obama loves America."

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Duran Duran! Excellent choice, Comrade Red!

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After much travail, I posted it! Yay! Good one, Comrade Red!

 

 

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Here are the lyrics printed out for your pleasure:

Lyrics for A View to Kill By Duran Duran

Meeting you with a view to a kill
Face to face in secret places feel the chill
Nightfall covers me
But you know, the plans I'm making
Still oversee
Could it be the whole earth opening wide
A sacred why, a mystery gaping inside
The weekends why, until we
[Chorus]
Dance into the fire
That fatal kiss is all we need
Dance into the fire
To fatal sounds of broken dreams
Dance into the fire
That fatal kiss is all we need
Dance into the fire
The choice for you is the view to a kill
Between the shades assassination standing still
The first crystal tears
Fall as snowflakes on your body
First time in years
To drench your skin with lover's rosy stain
A chance to find a phoenix for the flame
A chance to die, but can we
[Chorus]
When all we see is the view to a kill

 

 

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Neil Young and his younger brother, Mahmud

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A reader Lev Kabatov from Israel posted a list of other bands from the Muslim Invasion in the comments to this story on Facebook:

The Muzzies (punk)
Sharia Beheading (doom metal)
The Stoned Caliphate (reggae)
Bacha Bazi Boys (gay disco)
The Shahada (doom metal)
Mohammed and The Salaf (glam rock)
Allahu Akbar (grindcore death metal)
The Prophets' Harem (teen girl pop)
The Goatf*ckers (oi!)
Buraq (psychedelic trance)
The Arselifters (grunge)

 

 

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<prog off>

And I used to think music was the heart of the brain. Maybe I was right, after all. This was not the way I thought of it, though. Oh, well. Let's try a new tack about music. Give me some time to figure out what that might be.

 

 

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Our link is prompting quite a bit of commenting over at iOTWr, with 90 comments so far.

https://iotwreport.com/?p=275728

 

 

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My favorite was Hungry Like the Lone Wolf.

 

 

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Who can forget lyrics like this?:

"Hungry Like a Halal Pig-dog"


Darken the city, night is a wire
Steam in the desert, earth is a afire
Allah la la la Allah la la la Allah la la
Woman, you want me, I'll give you sign
And catch my breathing even closer behind
Allah la la la Allah la la la Allah la la

In touch with the ground
I'm on the hunt I'm after you
Smell worse than I sound, I'm lost in a mosque
And I'm hungry like a halal pig-dog
Straddle the line with this cord and a whip
I'm on the hunt I'm after you
Mouth is alive with juices like infidel blood
And I'm hungry like a halal pig-dog

Stalked in the forest, too close to hide
I'll be upon you by the moonlight side
Allah la la la Allah la la la Allah la la
High blood drumming on your skin, it's so tight
You feel my heat, I'm just a moment behind
Allah la la la Allah la la la Allah la la

In touch with the ground
I'm on the hunt I'm after you
A scent worse than my sound, you're lost and I pound
And I'm hungry like a halal pig-dog
Strut on a line, with this cord and a whip
I howl and you whine, I'm after you
Barely alive, you're running inside
And I'm hungry like a halal pig-dog

Hungry like a halal pig-dog
Hungry like a halal pig-dog
Hungry like a halal pig-dog

Burning the ground, I join the crowd
I'm on the hunt, I'm after you
I smell worse than I sound, you're lost and I pound
And I'm hungry a halal pig-dog
Strut on a line, with this cord and a whip
I'm on the hunt, I'm after you
Mouth is alive with juices like infidel blood
And I'm hungry like a halal pig-dog

 

 

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Komissar al-Blogunov wrote:My favorite was Hungry Like the Lone Wolf.

As we know, different markets have different sensibilities and require different lyrics. To accommodate those with certain sensitivities, such as Komissar al-Blogunov, two different versions were published:

"Explosive Like a Lone Wolf"


Darken the city, night is a wire
Steam in the desert, earth is a afire
Allah la la la Allah la la la Allah la la
Woman, you want me, I'll give you sign
And catch my breathing even closer behind
Allah la la la Allah la la la Allah la la

In touch with the ground
I'm on the hunt I'm after you
Smell worse than I sound, I'm lost in a mosque
And I'm explosive like a lone wolf
Straddle the line with this cord and a whip
I'm on the hunt I'm after you
Mouth is alive with juices like infidel blood
And I'm explosive like a lone wolf

Stalked in the forest, too close to hide
I'll be upon you by the moonlight side
Allah la la la Allah la la la Allah la la
High blood drumming on your skin, it's so tight
You feel my heat, I'm just a moment behind
Allah la la la Allah la la la Allah la la

In touch with the ground
I'm on the hunt I'm after you
A scent worse than my sound, you're lost and I pound
And I'm explosive like a lone wolf
Strut on a line, with this cord and a whip
I howl and you whine, I'm after you
Barely alive, you're running inside
And I'm explosive like a lone wolf

Explosive like a lone wolf
Explosive like a lone wolf
Explosive like a lone wolf


Burning the ground, I join the crowd
I'm on the hunt, I'm after you
I smell worse than I sound, you're lost and I pound
And I'm explosive like a lone wolf
Strut on a line, with this cord and a whip
I'm on the hunt, I'm after you
Mouth is alive with juices like infidel blood
And I'm explosive like a lone wolf

 

 


 

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The poor, "random folk" has been unemployed much longer than the others. He can't afford to buy boots.

 

 

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Red Square wrote:Our link is prompting quite a bit of commenting over at iOTWr, with 90 comments so far.

https://iotwreport.com/?p=275728
Yeah, well, Comrade Red, surely you must realize all of these posters on IOTW are certifiably insane. Especially that guy, callmelennie. He's the worst!


OMG, I just love them!


At the time of my post, the replies have grown to 97. And growing!

 

 


 

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Kapitan Kangaroo Kourt wrote:Do not by pass this classic Karaoke, comrades:

https://thepeoplescube.com/post187819.html#187819
Oh yeah, Grouchomarxist, a People's Karaoke contributor, is another one! He is relentless!

 

 

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...but WAIT! There's MORE!!!

Remember

"Jews Are Not Human" by the Inhuman League?

What about "Your burka Will Keep Us Apart" by Allah's Army Division?

Our bonus lp (nobody here has a cd player, yet) contains all these great hits:

Terrorist Maneuvres in Dar es Salaam: "Let's Slay the Gay"

Club the Culture: "In the Mosque Where We Poison Minds"

The Rah-mones (our token Egyptian band): "I Wanna Be Sedated (Before You Chop My Head Off)"

Jihad Jane and the Quran: "Kick them for Me"

Adam and the AlQaedas (Later called Adam AlQaeda): "Jihadi, but not Religious"

Ow!Ow!Ow!: "Imam Treize" [Imam 13]"

...and THIS REAL oldie but goodie:

The Baaths: "Taquia!"


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Handy guide for some of you who might not recognize the songs that inspired me on this boring night at work:

The Human League: "I'm Only Human"

Joy Division: Love Will Tear Us Apart

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark: "Enola Gay"

Culture Club "In the Church of the Poison Mind"

The Ramones: "I Wanna Be Sedated"

Siouxsie Sioux and the Banshees: "Kiss Them for Me"

Adam and the Ants/Adam Ant: "Desperate, But Not Serious"

Bow Wow Wow: "Louis Quatorze"

The Champs: "Tequilla!"

 

 

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Kelly Ivanovna/келя ивановна wrote:...but WAIT! There's MORE!!!

Remember

"Jews Are Not Human" by the Inhuman League?

What about "Your burka Will Keep Us Apart" by Allah's Army Division?

Our bonus lp (nobody here has a cd player, yet) contains all these great hits:

Terrorist Maneuvres in Dar es Salaam: "Let's Slay the Gay"

Club the Culture: "In the Mosque Where We Poison Minds"

The Rah-mones (our token Egyptian band): "I Wanna Be Sedated (Before You Chop My Head Off)"

Jihad Jane and the Quran: "Kick them for Me"

Adam and the AlQaedas (Later called Adam AlQaeda): "Jihadi, but not Religious"

Ow!Ow!Ow!: "Imam Treize" [Imam 13]"

...and THIS REAL oldie but goodie:

The Baaths: "Taquia!"


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Handy guide for some of you who might not recognize the songs that inspired me on this boring night at work:

The Human League: "I'm Only Human"

Joy Division: Love Will Tear Us Apart

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark: "Enola Gay"

Culture Club "In the Church of the Poison Mind"

The Ramones: "I Wanna Be Sedated"

Siouxsie Sioux and the Banshees: "Kiss Them for Me"

Adam and the Ants/Adam Ant: "Desperate, But Not Serious"

Bow Wow Wow: "Louis Quatorze"

The Champs: "Tequilla!"
Wow! Killer choices! Thanks for the additional and helpful "clarification." While I was reading the original list I was longing for this clarification you provided. Thanks!

 

 

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Red Square wrote:Neil Young and his younger brother, Mahmud

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Identical twins.

 

 

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Facebook is at it again. People often complain on our FB page that FB doesn't let them share our posts and pictures (I understand there may exist a set quota on a number of shares per post per hour, so the number of shares does not make sites like this one more popular than the FB censors deem necessary).

And now this:

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Or perhaps the word "boy"? This is both a dog-whistle and a heteronormative microagression.

 

 


 
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