‘Visions in Vignettes’

Graphein Freelance


“The Age of Consent”

1. Why
2. It Ain’t Necessarily So
3. Screaming
4. No More War
5. Love and Money
6. Smalltown Boy
7. Heatwave
8. Junk
9. Need a Man Blues
10. I Feel Love, Johnnie Remember Me

Vig. I.
It was 1984, the town was winding down from its summer onslaught of chip-eaters; that familiar lull, sigh of relief, sense of anti-climax, that accompanied each seasonal transition into Autumn/Fall in this, once popular sea-side town.
For me, it was that year; the year; The Age of Consent.

Vig. II.
“Can you tell me Why?” Echoes across the dance hall, from the DJ turntable across the floor, with the usual suspects painted, gelled, and robed doing the poseur roam, whilst others dance like there’s no-one home!

Vig. III.
Yet, It ain’t necessarily so; one can’t judge a book by it’s cover, simply because it fits some form…

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