Artist Bernie Clifton, 80, was about to release an album, then he took a look at the cover. Instead of songs like “Lady In Red” were songs from death metal band Abhorrent Decimation.
LOURDES GARCIA-NAVARRO, HTE:
Hello, I am Lourdes Garcia-Navarro.
(EXTRACT FROM THE ARCHIVED RECORD)
BERNIE CLIFTON: (Singing) Dreaming the impossible …
GARCIA-NAVARRO: 80-year-old artist Bernie Clifton was about to release a new album, then he looked at the CD cover and didn’t see her songs like “Lady In Red”.
(EXTRACT FROM THE DECIMATION SONG ABHORENT, “ETERNAL REPULSION”)
GARCIA-NAVARRO: Instead, there were songs called “Eternal Repulsion” by death metal band Abhorrent Decimation. It turned out that there had been some confusion, and now the two are joking, they could go on tour together. This is the MORNING EDITION.
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