Over the years Kongress has produced some amazing, magical music with songs like Oliver Twist, Sam Son, Eyes of the Witness, Frozen Head,
Bebop Dada Debutante, Cybercrazed, Magick, Backwards Dog with Aristedes DuVal, two songs recorded with Sky Saxon, Wink of an Eye and Space,
and one of my favourites Tough Guys Don't Dance sang by Marilyn, who replaced Geoffrey in 1978.
The song Tough Guys Don't Dance was inspired by the Norman Mailer
novel by the same name, which he made into a movie.
He was sent a copy of the 45, and wrote a note to Kongress questioning their right to use his title, to which the band responded,
"titles cannot be copyrighted, check with the Library of Congress!" Kongress is a very talented and versatile band; they possess clever, amusing lyrics, electronica music, and experimental music combined with dark sorcery and magical influences. They are shrouded with mysterious occult ways of the bizarre and eerie strange coincidences. The story behind the song Sam Son is quite freakish.