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L. Voag (real name Jim Welton) was the bass player of , group The Homosexuals. After leaving the band in 1979 he released the solo album 'The Way Out' (recorded in the downtime between Homosexuals recording sessions) which was the first of a slew of solo and collaborative releases utilising a dizzying array of pseudonyms (including Amos, Xentos Jones, Narky Brillans, Vic Serf) which were released between 1979 - 1984 on his label It's War Boys. Playing almost of the… read more

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  • Avatar for neilbombd
    What a goddamn genius Jim is. Never fails to amaze. I just got round to Modern Shit for the first time yesterday, and it made my head spin. One of the all-time great artists.
  • Avatar for whiskeywyn
    I've listened to The Way Out more times than any sane person ever when I was like sixteen. Where has my passion for obscuro collage pop gone since? I could probably have friends then if not for this guy. L VOAG HAS RUINED MY LIFE
  • Avatar for lowlytootle
    This album is the bomb.
  • Avatar for polymorphous71
    Here group --------->
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    little known gem.
  • Avatar for thestr8sounds
    I bought this vinyl at Wax Trax in Chicago, around 1978. Someone had written with felt marker "The Homosexuals" on the shrink wrap. To me, this album ranks with John Coltrane "Interstellar Space" , The Beatles "White Album", JImi Hendrix "Electric Ladyland", and MIles Davis "Bitches Brew" as seminal recordings in music history.
  • Avatar for thestr8sounds
    I bought this album at Wax Trax in Chicago. "The Way Out" is one of the best experimental dream music albums ever made. The style is my favorite types of music.
  • Avatar for saucerlike
    don't get hit
  • Avatar for nananaina
    !!! now I know why I liked Doktor Kosmos without understanding a word... so clear
  • Avatar for nananaina
    I am dying to listen to this!

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