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  • Like a modern-day Blowfly - the sexually explicit singer-rapper from the '70s - Devin continually finds new comedic takes on the timeworn topics of weed, women and wine while occasionally dropping introspection between the X-rated tales.

    Nightlife Agenda: Paul Oakenfold, Michael Mayer and outdoor parties

  • The Weird World of Blowfly tells the provocative and revealing story of musician Clarence Reid and his alter ego Blowfly, the original dirty rapper.

    SXSW 2010 Feature Film Line-Up Announced | /Film

  • The film follows Blowfly as he tours the world, explores his 50-year career, and celebrates his influential and incendiary work as a music legend.

    SXSW 2010 Feature Film Line-Up Announced | /Film

  • Soon you may be able to buy the Blowfly, which doesn't just roll away -- it powers up its little helicopter rotors and buzzes around the room.

    Alarming developments

  • Blowfly moves and makes sounds, just like a stressing, annoying mosquito in the middle of the night, and you have to catch it for it to shut up.

    Alarm clocks.

  • The Blowfly, at the appointed time, makes annoying noise and releases a mechanical insect which flies around your room.

    Rise and whine! « knitnut.net

  • I asked him to tell his twin-brother that the Count Blowfly was here and would be glad if he'd wait.

    Jonah and Co.

  • Maggots, probably of Blowfly (_Sarcophaga_), Tro-Cortesianus 27d.

    Animal Figures in the Maya Codices

  • 'The Weird World of Blowfly': a musician's flip side A review of "The Weird World of Blowfly," Jonathan Furmanski's rock-doc profile of Clarence Reid, a songwriter whose back catalog has been sampled by the likes of Beyoncé and Puff Daddy, and his alter ego, Blowfly, best known for a sequined superhero outfit and some of the dirtiest, dumbest rhymes ever written outside of a bathroom stall.

    The Seattle Times

  • Illustrated by a thin selection of archival material, Jonathan Furmanski's rock-doc profile "The Weird World of Blowfly" traces Reid's career arc from successful journeyman songwriter to 1970s underground hero and brief early-'80s crossover success, followed by two decades of sporadic efforts and a gradual fade into obscurity.

    The Seattle Times

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