10 cs William S. Burroughs.zip - Shared with pCloud Burroughs was an author whose output began in the 1930's until his death in the mid 90's. His work was influential on a range of musicians like Steely Dan [which was a dildo in Naked Lunch] through to Genesis Beyer Porridge of Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV. Burroughs aesthetic was informed by the fact that he was gay and a junky. He came to prominence as part of the Beat movement with his second book Naked Lunch sparking an obscenity trial. He and his publishers won that trial opening the floodgates for others to use profane language and explicit sex in their own works. Politically he was apolitical, intent on destroying all systems of control over the individual. The content ranges from tape experiments to darkly humourous readings of his work. This collection contains 9 CD's [500MB]: Call Me Burroughs Breakthrough in Grey Room Th Elvis of Letters The Best of WSB from Giorno Poetry Systems [4 CD set] Dead City Radio Spare Ass Annie The Cut Ups with Brion Gysin [short film] The best biography of Burroughs is Literary Outlaw by Ted Morgan.