Bone Broke and Catch Hell
Blues are gut-teral and timeless, but You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do What You're Told), a simply stunning song, shows that the band can now take their place at American music's very small top table.
A Martyr For My Love For You broods magnificently, the sweetly addictive Little Cream Soda gives surf rock a sheer metal edge, while the squealing guitar on Catch Hell
Blues sounds like ancient bluesmen Lightning Hopkins and Elmore James duelling on one-string axes.
In the paradiegesis opening the speech, Malcolm X draws heavily upon several of his favorite rhetorical techniques, including epimone and palilogia, repeating his questions and phrases in order to create devastating antitheses, as in this example: "You don't catch hell
because you're a Baptist, and you don't catch hell
because you're a Methodist....
So check this out: If I know you have a bulletproof missile defense system, plus I know that my missile can be traced back to me, then I must also know that I will catch hell
from several hundred warheads exploding on my homeland by way of retaliation.
And any member of Congress who resists the Istook altar call is certain to catch hell
from the Religious Right's minions.
"We knew we would catch hell
for the [obit] policy, but we would rather do that then lay people off," Macko explained.