Bone Broke and Catch Hell
Blues are gut-teral and timeless, but You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do What You're Told), a simply stunning song, shows that the band can now take their place at American music's very small top table.
A Martyr For My Love For You broods magnificently, the sweetly addictive Little Cream Soda gives surf rock a sheer metal edge, while the squealing guitar on Catch Hell
Blues sounds like ancient bluesmen Lightning Hopkins and Elmore James duelling on one-string axes.
In the paradiegesis opening the speech, Malcolm X draws heavily upon several of his favorite rhetorical techniques, including epimone and palilogia, repeating his questions and phrases in order to create devastating antitheses, as in this example: "You don't catch hell
because you're a Baptist, and you don't catch hell
because you're a Methodist.