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Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine – The Artist
Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine (also known as Carter USM or simply Carter) were an English indie rock band formed in 1987 by singer Jim “Jim Bob” Morrison and guitarist Les “Fruitbat” Carter. They made their name with a distinctive style of power pop, fusing samples, sequenced basses and drum machines with rock ‘n’ roll guitars and off-beat wordplay-loaded lyrics. They reached the height of their fame in 1992. Over the following years the band took on new members, reaching a six-piece, but struggled to regain their earlier popularity. They initially split up in 1998 after releasing seven albums.
Blood Sport For All – The Song
‘Blood Sport For All’ is a song by British Indie band Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine. It was taken from their studio album 101 Dalmatians and was written by Morrison and Carter. The song was an attack on racism and bullying in the army and was released at the start of the Gulf War and consequently banned by the BBC
The Army Soldier – The Shape
This record has been modelled into an army soldier. A soldier is a person who is a member of an army. A soldier can be a conscripted or volunteer enlisted person, a non-commissioned officer, a warrant officer, or an officer. In most armies, the word “soldier” has a general meaning that refers to all members of any army, distinct from more specialised military occupations that require different areas of knowledge and skill sets. “Soldiers” may be referred to by titles, names, nicknames, or acronyms that reflect an individual’s military occupation specialty arm, service, or branch of military employment, their type of unit, or operational employment or technical use such as: trooper, tanker (a member of tank crew), commando, dragoon, infantryman, guardsman, artilleryman, paratrooper, grenadier, ranger, sniper, engineer, sapper, craftsman, signaller, medic, rifleman, or gunner, among other terms.
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