Monday, August 22, 2005

Bad Black Movie Moments

The Underclassman

Ummm... Can you say WACK? Somebody need to tell this boy - a STOP RAPPING you are not as multi faceted as you think you are and #2. Just act in the movie - don't be trying to executive produce and rewrite the script and all of that - nothing good can come of it, and the release of this movie proves it.

Friday, August 19, 2005

Yo! even in Robotics i'm lethal

Robotic Artificial Quadruplet Used for Infiltration and Terran Assassination


Wednesday, August 17, 2005

When Pocket aces can't save you - watch T.V or write a poem...

Well I have delayed writing this post as lately my heart just hasn’t been in it. Since we got back from LA I’ve been tired and a little sick – I think I’m just worn out – and NO I’M NOT PREGNANT. Okay now moving on. We had poker weekend this wekkend and Jerry’s dad came. Actually since the reunion we’ve spent more time with him than we had easily in the last year – which is great. He’s an aggressive poker player and a lot of fun! I really hope he comes again – Jerry III – my husband – beat me while I was holding pocket aces… looking at a 3, an 8, an 6, a Jack and a 2…no possible straight, no flush he beats me with two freakin pair! Pair of twos and pair of eights… ARGH!!! He did win for the night so – that was cool.

I don’t know if you all know but you should know so I’m telling you – The Boondocks start airing on Adult Swim on Oct 2 at 11 p.m. there was a sneak peak up at but it is down now- how ever your girl was digging until she found what she was looking for – check this out
I was cracking up- You guys just aren’t ready! Has a BUNCH of clips from a sneak peak - I can’t hardly wait!

Nationals – I wasn’t there so don’t ask me….

I hear ABQ was great – there was a little – tinny bit of controversy at the very end there but that is expected with that many poets in one place – I’m glad it was so beautiful and I am so stoked it is in AUSTIN next – I’m there – gonna buy my ticket as soon as I get the dates in my head right! I’m thinking I may take the hubby – but he’s not much on the poetry thing – and I’m not trying to do anything but O.D on poetry – no sight seeing no shopping – okay a little shopping but mostly poetry. I wanna be sick of PHAT pieces when I leave! Anyway – I heard an NPR station had broadcast the finals – I’m trying to dig up the link if they have it archived so I can listen and be wowed on my own….

*But just a note on the controversy I know nothing about- If ABQ did such a great job pulling it together and building a crowd and getting the community involved and excited – why is anyone surprised that in a “sport” where audience response counts for at least 30-50% of how a judge scores, and if locals are coming out in droves and the slam system is as flawed as the US judicial system – why are you surprised the home team won? Are we not (as an audience) encouraged to Boo and hiss, and voice our loyalties and opinions as loudly as possible? AS it stands before a single poet’s plane had touched down or van pulled up or bus found the ABG depot – they had sold HALF the finals night tickets! Which is WONDERFULLY AMAZING – but also leaves the home field advantage VERY homey. Not everyone’s Granny is as honest as mine who told me after I came in second at a slam – “you did good baby but that other boy kicked ass!” Congrats to ABQ for kicking ass! In the scoring and as a host city!

Honor our Elders

Also Katherine Dunham is trying to move back to her home in E. St. Louis and is not financial able to do so – several of her colleagues have come up with the funds to renovate the home and make it accessible – she now needs home goods and is registered at Bed bath and beyond –click here… and Linens and things – click here. I believe in doing this because how many time can you say you have the opportunity to show one of the great persons in your past in our collective history as artists thank you and we know what you did and we are grateful for your life? Ms. Dunham is 94 years old – one day, hopefully not soon, she will die and there will be hundreds of people who come to honor her life – I want to honor her now while she is still alive, so she can know that I see – and I want my daughter to see and know how we are to treat our elders.

My sister needs some prayer – please pray for her – Just pray Gods will and grace (not a sitcom) for her

Depeche Mode – Halo in Reverse….

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Cammy and Quita

Cammy and Quita
Originally uploaded by raquita.
Just a picture of me and my girl - hanging out together in LA in the pool area. I never thought I could ahve so much fun hanging out with someone who can barely talk but communicates so well.

Monday, August 15, 2005


Ummm... I don't know about you - but when this is the chick I have to gurad - I'm taking up soccer or something - that is just unreal!!! She's like 7'2" tall and from Polland. If she would bulk up she could give Shack and good run for his money...

Thursday, August 11, 2005


Jerry just posted the longest blog he has ever posted (he says its not- okay the longest post in months) - Princess clap everyone!!!!! Go read it and he about broke down the WHOLE trip! Go ahead read it!!!

BORN in East LA!!!! I was...

Not really but We did just spend a long weekend in LA so the title almost fit! Anyway we had a really good time meeting all of Jerry’s Family members – I haven’t had the opportunity to put all the pictures up and contrary to Jerry’s beliefs I am not going to post a long detailed post about it – cause it was his family reunion and he should recap. So there!  But LA was great we spent Friday through Sunday late after noon spending quality time with his family – meeting TONS of new people, and the beautiful children. Ton and Tons of pretty babies and little children in that family. Ironically Jerry is the very last Henderson male and seeing all of those family members together kind of made it imperative that we have a son to carry on the name in a very softly mentioned way by both Jerry and his father – as if they were prepping my womb for the second inhabitant. How bout can I get a year?!?!? At the very least – a year… We got to spend some time on Santa Monica Pier with Amber- Wamber and her mom – mrs Simpson – they totally rock! And Cammy went on her first date – with Amber’s nephew – he took her on a ride in his wagon. TOO CUTE!! Anyway look to Jerry for more updates about our trip to LA- Pictures will be up tonight!

Since I'm not at nationals

PLEASE AND BLESSINGS, since I’m not at nationals this year and its making me itch like a crack head going through withdrawal I thought I’d catch up on all the tags I’ve not done so here goes…

as a very PROUD PARENT....CoPo felt the need to do a top 5, and he tagged the parents he knows so here goes:

Raquita's 5 reasons: Why im a proud parent
(Or 5 reasons i havent killed them yet!)

1. because she came out of me
2. she smiles all the time and makes me remember how good life is
3. cause she is the best parts of Jerry and I (have you seen her picture?!?!)
4. Cause I love learning and seeing things again for the first time
5. because she is the best person I know

ok, now the flip side.......

Raquita's 5 reasons: Why me kid drive me crazy
(Or 5 reasons you should PRAY for me!)

1. Her school will cost an arm and a leg
2. shes more like me than I care to admit .
3. My 1 year old daughter will ONE DAY start dating
4. she NEVER STOPS moving
5. I sympathize with the cat – Cammy chases her all day long

Taggin: anyone that’s a Proud Parent!

Queue's 5 Musical Guilty Pleasures
(Or 5 songs I can currently think of that I am totally embarrased for liking!)

1. Hollaback Girl –Gwen S (yes I’m in the same boat as 97% of white girls under the age of thirty)

2. Cater to you –Destiny’s Child (I’m not supposed to like it – cause then Jerry’s like why don’t you do all that for me – but if I did all that I wouldn’t have time to do the other things for him I do – pick a set DUDE!!!one or the other)

3. Marcus Houston--"Naked” I just like looking at him – it reminds me of my Immature days Before IMX before B2K back when the Boys were on my wall… You know they live in Africa and have dreds down there backs and tons of kids now? Figures….

4. Jesse McCartney “Beautiful Soul" don’t ask I don’t know how I even heard it…

5. Jennifer Lopez –“Get Right" I love her – I don’t know why – I just do – love the movies love the CD’s dude – I’m getting therapy fo’real.

adding on...

Raquita's 5 Musical Guilty Pleasures
(Or 5 songs I can currently think of that I am totally diggin and want YOU to dig!)

1. Jill Scott--"The Fact Is (I Need You)"

2. Common--"Testify"

3. Me'Shell NdegeOcello--"Outside your door "

4. Chante Moore—Anything fromher first two albums…

5. Maxwell --"For lovers only" There was this one time….

top 10 TV Shows I stayed in to watch this summer or tried to but I don’t watch enough TV to remember to watch really…. (in no order):

1. Being Bobby Brown....I LOVE BOBBY BROWN – Whitney is just regular and I love her for that too.. they crazy like color purple crazy
2. So You Think you can Dance ....Local break dancer Nick got through to the top 50 but man – Darkside was the bomb!!! .
3. Smallville! I never catch it but the last FIVE minutes – even though I always mean to
4. ESPN - I know its not a Show per say but it makes me feel close to my dad – cause I know he’s watchin it too
5. Def Poetry.... nuf said
6. All the birth shows on Discovery channel – I love that stuff!!!
7. 7th heaven – I’m still trying to catch up so I’m watching reruns sporadically
8. The 4400....hmmm, whats really going on
9. Queer Eye for the Straight Guy....Carson ROCKS!
10. Entourage – probably my favorite show period righ now – its got a plot and charater development and everything

Write 15 statements anonymous to people on my friends list; but this is a blog so I’m going to use my favorite links list, people who comment and the people on my friends list over on Live journal too… .
1) Everything you think about me and mine is true about you and yours, we are a reflection of the people close to us.
2) I wish I knew you better but the people we both know may have clouded that possibility already.
3) Life has a plan for you – I wish I could tell you when it will become clear – but I can’t.
4) You are easily one of the best people to happen to me in a long time.
5) Without you I would miss it everyday – thank you.
6) I wish we could be better friends – I wish I could be what you need from me – but I don’t know what that is.
7) I would love to meet you – maybe one day.
8) I keep you on my list even though we don’t know each other because I am a fan of your work.
9) You have a beautiful light inside I’m glad I get to see – you should turn it on more often
10) I wonder what kid of child you were.
11) I think we could be really good friends even though you live far away
12) You are the reason I do this, and I pray she doesn’t come between us.
13) I wonder what you appear to be, I don’t know and I’m not really sure I want to
14) You are strange. Really and not in a fun way – I don’t think – okay maybe a little fun.
15.)You are a really really good poet.
Tagging anybody who feels up to doing any of these – Jerry you have to do at least one!

Saturday, August 06, 2005

Guess where I am!

Hey all... We are safely in LA after several hours of back and forth travel and a two hour layover in Charlotte. Don't ask how we ended up going east to fly west. too many people and too much stuff so farto give you many details- I'll update alittle betterlater- prolly not much though! Love YA! 

Thursday, August 04, 2005

Political moment

This blog post about an report yesterday on extraordinary rendition caught my eye:

Others have suggested “high-value” detainees could be held secretly in Diego Garcia, a British-held island in the Indian Ocean that the United States rents as a strategic military base. [Link]

Can you say new vacation spot?!?! how about NO?!?!?! Hellz to the

Torture is hardly a newcomer to the Indian Ocean. You only have to go a bit north of the atoll to see it in practice by both intelligence and garden-variety cops on the subcontinent. But has the CIA joined the party? The Toronto Star reported last month:

… intelligence analysts say Diego Garcia’s geographic isolation is now being
exploited for other, darker purposes… These prisoners are known as “ghost
detainees” or the “new disappeared,” and they’re being subjected to treatment
that makes the abuses at the military-run Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad and
Guantanamo Bay camp in Cuba look small-time, say intelligence analysts…
Analysts say there are at least a score of unacknowledged facilities around
the world… one, they suspect, on Diego Garcia, where two navy prison ships ferry
prisoners in and out… the United Nations said it will investigate a number of
allegations from reliable sources that the U.S. is detaining terrorist suspects
in undeclared holding facilities, including on board ships believed to be in the
Indian Ocean. “Diego Garcia is an obvious place for a secret facility,” says
American defence analyst John Pike. “They want somewhere that’s difficult to
escape from, difficult to attack, not visible to prying eyes and where a lot of
other activity is going on. Diego Garcia is ideal.”
The British government
has flatly denied detainees are being held covertly on the island. When asked
last year, U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state Lawrence DiRita didn’t deny
it outright, saying only, “I don’t know. I simply don’t know.” [Link]
Diego Garcia
is a coral atoll in the Indian Ocean south of Sri Lanka. With a huge central
lagoon protected on three sides by land, it’s an equatorial paradise which could
have inspired Blue Lagoon. In
the early ’70s, the British government forcibly deported the 2,000 Iloi residents, mostly coconut
farmers, to Mauritius to make way for a military base which it leased to the

All I'm saying is ya'll put him back in office not me.... But that's to say our military officers tell the president everything that goes on - people get so bent out of shpae when you hold the president accountable - but well... damn he's the president. And there is no way you gonna tell me he doesn't know some shadyness is going on on that island. Now if this was some equal opportunity detention and they had a bunch of boys who look like Timmothy Mcvey, and the American taliban kid ... what's his name....John Walker, I might not feel such a sense of dred everytime they show pictures of the London bombers and they look like they could have been at the Sugarwater show Sunday, in their Polo and Gap clothes. The tag terrorist has just jumped from peanut butter brown people to all brown people, and they fail to realialise there are scores of Caucasian muslims, and scores of people who hate the U.S without a religious flag to fly, whether they be African, Asian, Middle Eastern, European , or American born. There has got to be another way. I don't know what it is, but the current plan just isn't working.

She isn't looking for you at all, is she?

Well yesterday we took Cammy to a indoor play "group" at this place called the Little Gym. Jerry gives a really good recap on his blog - click here - go ahead I'll wait while you read it... really. Okay your back - okay so, my kid is crazy genius. We had a pretty good time. Me, J and Cammy don't get much time with other moms and parents, so it does me some good too to spend time with people who have kids my kids age. People whose kids aren't three times bigger and used to playing with kids three times bigger. I don't want Cammy growing up faster than she already is. She spends all of her time with us, and her granny and great granny and great great granny and at the senior apartment building great great gran lives in, and Jerry's friends, and my poetry spot and poets, and apparently anybody but other one year olds. This is despite the fact that at least three of my cousins have had kids in the last year too. As well as co-workers, but we've had the co-worker post already. Back to the cousins, we were never really close before - not since we were young enough not to have any preconceived notions about who we are or what the other thinks. Sad really. Anyway so I have resorted to paying for the privilege of a play date. We do go to the mall but I'd like to get her into something more structured, with the same kids so she can build some kind of friendship/relationship with some kids.
We are also considering this type of school that specializes in Montessori learning applications. I know you guys are like whut the hell is her bourgeois ass talking about now. But really its a style of learning
Montessori philosophy is finally being used as originally intended, as a method
of seeing children as they really are and of creating environments which foster
the fulfillment of their highest potential - spiritual, emotional, physical, and intellectual - as members of a family, the world community and the Cosmos. Montessori practice is always up-to-date and dynamic because observation and the meeting of needs is continual and specific for each child. When physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional needs are met children glow with excitement and a drive to play and work with enthusiasm, to learn, and to create. They exhibit a desire to teach, help, and care for others and for their environment.
The high level of academic achievement so common in Montessori schools is a natural outcome of experience in such a supportive environment. The Montessori method of education is a model which serves the needs of children of all levels of mental and physical ability as they live and learn in a natural, mixed-age group which is very much like the society they will live in as adults.

So I think it would fit Cammy as she is the type of child that soaks up everything around her , and if we could get her exposed to both kids her own age as well as older children she could naturally progress at her own - yes currently excelerated - pace. We have run into a small, small problem. The school we would choose for her - click here - go ahead and take a look at it.. i'll wait, okay. The school seems wonderful. I have a list of 19 schools to look into and interview.

Sub note... okay why am I mad that I'm on the phone with Spoken while I'm
writing this blog and I said "Guess how much the school I want to send Cammy
to is?" and she said - with out missing a beat mind you, "Oh several thousand
I'm like "Woah - how'd you know?" - she says "Oh cause a Montessori school cost like a zillon dollars."
-I'm like "How'd you know I was talking about a Montessori school, I never
said that part."
-She goes "Cause you are like me and thats the school I would send my kid
to." and we both cracked up. Cause how she know I'm just like her? Depeche Mode....

But the doggone school cost like a state college, and if I had to send her to college tomorrow I'd be in deep crap too. So all we can do is start saving and making provisions so that when the time comes we can be more ready than we are right now. Ever love somebody so much that you would live on baloney and cereal to make sure they had a better chance? So our school quest has begun. I'll keep you posted.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Jerry... I told you!!!

Your IQ Is 115

Your Logical Intelligence is Above Average
Your Verbal Intelligence is Genius
Your Mathematical Intelligence is Exceptional
Your General Knowledge is Above Average

The irony of this is I hated math... Go figure.

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Life Timeline

This is a re-post from March - you guys wern't reading this and it helps me to go back so - What would you want your life timeline to be? here's mine...

I was born April 11, 1977, I would prefer to die October 30th 2073, on a drive down some tree lined highway. Maybe not as it may freak out my driver, anyway. I will be a hearty 96 1/2. My great grandmother bless her soul is alive currently - despite yearly declarations that she won't live to see (insert life event here i.e someone's graduation, wedding, birth of child ect) is still hanging around and living well at 89. So 96 doesn't seem like that big a leap, plane crashes withstanding. I will marry June 25th of 2005, to a man, Jerry Henderson III, who God willing will out live me. If he has his way we will have three children our daughter Camille who will be a spry 69 when I pass on and her twin brothers Jerry IV and Jarrod, probably around 67. (twins is the only way he'll get the three kids he's clamming for. I will receive the teaching degree I have so long lusted after in 2009, and teach honors English to high school seniors. I'll be the teacher sponsor for slam teams and some other language based activity and try my damnedest to help children find their voice. While working with the kiddies, I'll work on my masters in poetry and creative writing, work on being published, putting together my novel, and possibly a screenplay. I'll retire from teaching in 2044 to travel with Jerry full time and hit open mics with the intent to be the oldest person on mic, that night at least, and continue to write. My children will be very successful in what ever they decide to do, my daughter loves to sing and talk so at this point she'll either be the next Oprah or maybe Kathleen Battel. (did I spell that right) My sons will each cross the gambit, one will be the shortest NBA player to score 60 pts in a game, and he'll do it regularly, and get his masters in sports management in the offseason. His brother will either be the brain his father would love (engineers or something like that) or the brain that I would love (a writer) he will teach college instead of high school, be published before he's 16 and like to paint a little for stress relief. He will win the Pulitzer Prize in 2060 and dedicate it to his mother. My grandchildren will love to travel with me when school is out, or perhaps I will stay with them s my grandmother is staying with my child and pass my legacy on directly for as long as I can. What's the timeline of your life?

Getting to know you!!

Once again, i have been tagged by my BOY! CoPo. here we go:

Five songs I'll always love:
1. All I do - Stevie Wonder
2. beautiful –Mary J bilge
3. you’re my lady – D’angelo
4. I want you - Erika Badu
5. the fact is (I need you) – Jill Scott
*bonus Ex-Factor and Nothing Even Matters - Lauryn Hill

Now - what was I doing ....

10 years ago: Graduating High school getting ready for college

5 years ago: Living with my dad getting my heart together

1 year ago: coming home from giving birth to my daughter

Yesterday: recovered from kicking it all weekend (see two posts down)

Today: Playing my my daughter in her wading pool

Tomorrow: work & taking her to a kiddie gym and packing for LA

5 snacks I enjoy: Haagen Daaz Strawberry Ice Cream, Godiva dark chocolate covered strawberries or melting pot dessert, Vanilla Wafers , Caramel corn – hot or Chicago mix popcorn, slightly frosted IBC Cream soda.

5 bands I know the lyrics of most of their songs: Chante Moore, Janet Jackson , Mint Condition, stevie wonder, Jill Scott

5 things I would do with $100,000,000: donate 10 mil to various churches and charities, pay off all my immediate family’s debts including Auntie S and Granny Dell, open a poetry café/restaurant, invest in real estate and build a solid stock portfolio with at least 80%, build a subdivision for my family (which could be a part of the previous one) so bonus if you count the two as one, not tell a living soul (besides Jerry) that I won if that was lotto - get a good lawyer if I earned it - shoot get a good lawyer either way.

5 locations to run away to: New York; Mexico; The Caribbean ; The Bahamas , Vegas;

5 things I wish I could wear: size 12 jeans, size 14 jeans, high heels, Queen Latifahs wardrobe, more confidence

5 Movies: Love Jones, The Best Man , Fight Club, Mr and Mrs Smith, Weird Science

5 biggest joys at the moment: my husband, my baby girl, reading books, Music, writing a good poem

5 toys: my Pentax ist D, my cell phone, my pen, my notebooks, my computer

Hmmm I tag :

I can buy this...

You Are 40% American
America: You don't love it or want to leave it.
But you wouldn't mind giving it an extreme make over.
On the 4th of July, you'll fly a freak flag instead...
And give Uncle Sam a sucker punch!

Playing in the sprinkler

Playing in the sprinkler
Originally uploaded by raquita.
Cammy loves the water and she like to play in the sprinkler - this is the coolest picture I could have thought up...

Monday, August 01, 2005

Pocket Aces and Sugar in My Water

I had what has easily surmounted to a pretty great weekend. We've started our official bi-weekly poker night and while we've got a few kinks to work out – I think it went pretty well. My dad came with his girlfriend, we'll call her Kelly, Joe, Chris, me and Jerry and we had a ball. My dad is a great guy and every time we get to hang out with him I miss him before he even leaves.

IMGP1640This weekend had one particularly hard moment for us as a family – my father put down our family dog Sinbad, who was 17 years old. It was time, and because I know it was time, I didn't morn his passing the way my sister and brother did. Honestly I find death a time of rejoicing, I trust God was able to work out what ever had to happen between them before they passed so there should be no reason for sadness, and so I know with Sinbad he's up somewhere jumping fences and chasing rabbits and squirrels and chewing underwear to shreds, happy – it's a long story – I won't elaborate.

IMGP1642Anyway after my dad had been there for a while – the baby woke up and was excited to see him and sat on his lap for most of the evening she stayed up with us 'til two a.m. and since it was Grandpa I let the bedtime infraction slide. He seemed glad to see her, pleased that she called for him and put her cute little arms up for him to pick her up. He's a good grandpa.
Joe trainer Joe, see blog to the right - my poker buddy – battled it out with me but he fell to my ruthless stack of chips – and Jerry put it on me and cut my stack in half. Chris couldn't catch a good set of card to save his life. My dad and I went back and forth trading large chucks of chips but we ended up calling it a draw. Me and Jerry and my dad were the last of the Mohicans and it was almost THREE in the morning! So my limited gambling history has an additional page included.

I made my hubby, mom and Aunt breakfast on Saturday morning. We had a nifty time, I like hanging out with my family, we seem to be learning so much about each other –

IMGP1648Sunday I went to paint my sisters new home, which is beautiful, and so fitting of her personality. She picked beautiful colors and I was glad to go! Like I mentioned before in my old age - well older age -I'm really enjoying my family. Anyway her new home is a very warm and easy space. Then we headed off to the sugar water festival show – featuring Floetry, Queen Latifah, Jill Scott, and Erica Badazz – sorry I meant Erica Badu. By me I mean My mom and Cammy, and My aunt a few of her friends and every poet and artist personality I care about. It was a great show, it was also my daughters first concert and she ROCKED it! I guess I shouldn't be surprised after that circus trip but she stood up and danced and sang and everything! She hung out with Floetry and wooed them with her cuteness, she was just great- I can take that kid anywhere.

IMGP1657 This was easily one of the best concerts I have ever been to - the sets could have been longer particularly Floetry but that is always the case and I'm greedy - sue me. ( I can't wait until they headline their own show- I hope they reach that demand with the next album ) Queen Latifahs set was suprisingly better than I expected, She is such a talented lady and I would have loved to hear more from her as well. It was so refreshing to see all of those ladies doing their thing and holding down that show- St Louis was LATE as usual, that concert started ON TIME. By eight o'clock the place had filled up but about a 1/3 of the seats were empty when the show started but by the time Queen latifah finished (see quick sets) it was all good. My whole crew was there - people I see all the time and people I never see anymore. Lotus bloom and Spoken, Star and Aaron, Monty, Enoch, EVAN, Jasmine, Joe and his girl friend GiGi, just great spirits great people everywere, alas my dear hubby was not there - he wasn't feeling well and had other things he needed to deal with so we gave his ticket to a friend of Joe and GiGi. We got to see our dear friends Natalie and Marsha. We never get to see them anymore and the last few times they came to town - well I was big time pregnant and then I was being mom to a small infant and they were in and out so fast we missed them - so it was really nice that they finally got to meet Cammy. I got a good lookin at for not being better at keeping in touch - I'll do better!! And they were so stunned that Cam is such a nifty mix of Jerry and I . Cammy liked sitting with them andseemed really comfortable with the girls and that always makes me feel good that she knows good people . Mostly though I think she just trusts that I wouldn't let her go to bad people. I'm trying to live up to that trust. More posting to come - Iahve poet this week and I'm going to LA for a few days come the weekend for J's family reunion, so it should be interesting

Darkside,depeche mode, Halo in reverse, My head hurts -OUT!!!!!