skyclad


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skyclad

(ˈskaɪˌklæd)
adj
naked
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At one an altar was set out with a goblet of red wine, an incense burner, and salted bread and sect members later disrobed -- or, in their words, "became skyclad" -- and had sex.
There's an album track by the heavy metal band, Skyclad, inspired by the most infamous civil service email ever - the 'good day to bury bad news' message by Jo Moore, special adviser to Local Government Minister, Stephen Byers, at 2.55pm on September 11, 2001, immediately after the hijacked jets crashed into New York's World Trade Center.
At one, an altar was set out with a goblet of red wine, an incense burner and salted bread and sect members later disrobed, or in their words "became skyclad" and had sex.
8 WOLFGANG RIECHMANN, WUNDERBAR (SKYCLAD, 1978) Wolfgang Riechmann is an unsung hero of '70s German prog and Krautrock, and his only solo album, 1978's Wunderbar, sports one of the best covers of the genre.