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was originally released in 1976 on Private Stock Records. The first single
"X-Offender" was originally entitled "Sex Offender" but since radio
stations would not play a song with such a controversial title, the band
renamed the song.

Bassist -
Gary Valentine Lachman - originally wrote the song about an
18-year-old boy being arrested for having sex with his younger girlfriend.
Debbie Harry changed the lyrics so that the song was about a prostitute
being attracted to the police officer that had arrested her.

Since then Lachman has become an authority on various occult and
esoteric subjects. He is a prolific author and has written a number of
books about music and the occult, as well as articles for magazines
like the Fortean Times and Mojo. He also writes reviews for magazines
and papers like The Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement and
The Independent. Lachman also gives talks on his specialist subject
areas and has, for example, appeared a number of times at UnCon
.




Lachman was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006


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Michael : catalyst-producer

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Michael said


Gary Lachman's article entitled - Mary Wollstonecraft and the Romantic Consciousness - in edition 37 of WIE Magazine - provides an awesome focussed perspective of the evolution of ”spiral enlightenment” - in the context of less & less about more & more




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