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Lydia Lunch

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I'm a very sympathetic person, but that doesn't always come across in my work because I'm too busy being mad at everything.

— Lydia Lunch

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I'm nihilistic, antagonistic, violent, horrible - but not obliterated, yet. I just refuse to be beaten down. I think it's stubborness that keeps me going.

— Lydia Lunch

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I am a humanist not a feminist. There's a big difference.

— Lydia Lunch

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I think it's important to encourage gluttony in all its formats.

— Lydia Lunch

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I think my speeches are hilarious. I think I'm a natural comedian, but I like denying people the chance to laugh. I want to deny you the relief of the punchline.

— Lydia Lunch

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I used to think feminism was a liberating force - now I see many of those people are just censors under a different name.

— Lydia Lunch

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I would be humiliated if I found out that anything I did actually became a commercial success.

— Lydia Lunch

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I'm a total pleasure seeker. I pursue anything that satisfies me. I usually get it. I have specific needs and I know what they are so I can achieve satisfaction.

— Lydia Lunch

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I'm completely optimistic - I know the end is coming!

— Lydia Lunch

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If people could understand how much pleasure they could have by themselves, I think everyone would be a lot saner. I think that people really need a dose of quality time with one's self.

— Lydia Lunch

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Howard Michael Gira The Birthday Party Einstürzende Neubauten Sonic Youth Oxbow Die Haut Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Black Sun Productions and French band Sibyl Vane who put one of her poems to music. Juan Azulay (2010)


She Had Her Gun All Ready directed by Vivienne Dick (1978)
Guerillere Talks directed by Vivienne Dick (1978)
Rome '78 directed by James Nares (1978)
Black Box directed by Scott and Beth B (1979)
Beauty Becomes the Beast directed by Vivienne Dick (1979)
The Offenders (1979–1980)
Liberty's Booty (1980)
Subway Riders directed by Amos Poe (1981)
The Wild World of Lydia Lunch directed by Nick Zedd (1983)
Like Dawn to Dust directed by Vivienne Dick (1983)
Vortex directed by Scott and Beth B (1983)
Submit to Me directed by Richard Kern (1985)
The Right Side of My Brain directed by Richard Kern (1985)
Fingered directed by Richard Kern (1986)
Mondo New York (1987)
Invisible Thread directed by Bob Balaban (1987)
Penn & Teller's BBQ Death Squad (198?)
Penn & Teller's Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends (1990)
Kiss Napoleon Goodbye directed by Babeth vanLoo (1990)
The Road to God Knows Where directed by Uli M.

Lydia Lunch (born Lydia Anne Koch June 2 1959 Rochester New York) is an American singer poet writer and actress whose career was spawned by the New York No Wave scene. The Boston Phoenix named Lunch "one of the 10 most influential performers of the 1990s. "
Her work typically features provocative and confrontational delivery and has maintained an anti-commercial ethic[citation needed] operating independently of major labels and distributors.

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