Likes: terrorizing mortals; libraries; serious eyeshadow; chain wallets; suspiciously lifelike marble statues
Dislikes: people who aren't statues yet; bros; Perseus
Blixa singing “Sand”
[B/w photo of very young Blixa, hollering]
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[B/w pic of Blixa Bargeld, Kazuo Ohno and Nick Cave, photographed by Peter Sempel]
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[Color pic of young Blixa at a hip gathering, amiably showing off a small knife. Pic by Ilse Ruppert.]
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[Color pic of Blixa and Teho, apparently writing together]
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[B/w pic of Eva Kurowski, Blixa Bargeld, and Götz Alsmann at a piano, dressed as Harpo, Groucho, and Chico Marx, respectively]
Blixa was asking everybody for batteries for his electric razor. He used it on his guitar instead of a pick. He had strange leather harness type things over his shoulders and long rubber boots. Locks of girls’ hair were stapled to his leather shirt.
At that time Blixa was in a constant cocaine delirium. He worked as a film projectionist at the Tali cinema at Kottbusser Damm. Today it’s the Moviemento. They only played “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” The cinema was run by Elsa Maxwell and Blixa. They never paid the film distributor, so they had to give the cinema one day. Any cash that came in went straight up their noses. Back then, cocaine, wasn’t all that much cheaper than it is today. It was a total state of paranoia. I hardly ever drank alcohol back then, and had only just learned to roll a cigarette so that I could roll a joint. After the film ended I sometimes had to go through the aisles with a flashlight because Blixa was too paranoid to check for himself whether there would still be people, or as Blixa feared, hiding somewhere. That was all before the Neubauten.
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"Bargeld über alles"
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[Macro in which Blixa forces Teho to gaze upon photos of sad kittens via the internet]
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