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Written in a paranoid style similar to their albums' liner notes, the zine referred to itself as "the party organ for the Nation of Ulysses; the visual accompaniment to the Soundtrack to the Revolution."  Sample articles include "Ulysses speaks on Menudo" (issue 2); "Six focal concerns of delinquent gangs" (issue 5); and "The Kill Ulysses conspiracy" (issue 8).
 
Written in a paranoid style similar to their albums' liner notes, the zine referred to itself as "the party organ for the Nation of Ulysses; the visual accompaniment to the Soundtrack to the Revolution."  Sample articles include "Ulysses speaks on Menudo" (issue 2); "Six focal concerns of delinquent gangs" (issue 5); and "The Kill Ulysses conspiracy" (issue 8).
  
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Latest revision as of 23:10, 27 October 2007

Ulysses Speaks was a fanzine written in the early '90s by members of the band Nation of Ulysses to communicate their ideas to the youth.

Written in a paranoid style similar to their albums' liner notes, the zine referred to itself as "the party organ for the Nation of Ulysses; the visual accompaniment to the Soundtrack to the Revolution." Sample articles include "Ulysses speaks on Menudo" (issue 2); "Six focal concerns of delinquent gangs" (issue 5); and "The Kill Ulysses conspiracy" (issue 8).