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The Vichy Government press spoken-word provocative philosophy into infantile casio macabre. Endlessly quotable, they snap protests about Cliché Guevara across Kate Moss's tits or creepily purr Make love to the cam-er-a, c'mon like a deb-u-tante. They have been daubed with a reputation for antagonistic, anti-consensous pop and their agit-cabaret live show has become a thing of legend.
Manics biographer Simon Price has hailed them as the most offensive band in Britain. They have supported Scissor Sisters and they have featured on both Angular Records compilations. Their acerbic karaoke can be probed into at length on their debut album Carrion Camping, which will be available as soon as any record company is gullible enough to release it.