You could make a movie out of almost any Blue Oyster Cult song. From the very beginning their music and lyrics are layered in conflict and mystery, daring listeners to draw conclusions about what they were listening to. Here is my conclusion about the song "ME 262," one of the best -- and most controversial -- tracks in the band's catalog. I thought it would be fun to create a wartime propaganda, but there was a hitch ... the Messerschmitt Me 262 was designed and built by some awful people. To paraphrase Jello Biafra, nazis and all related punks can fuck right off. So I created a propaganda for an ass-kicking American song and the conflict at the center of its lyrics.
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