Vinyl by Andy Warhol – by Film&Clips

Vinyl by Andy Warhol – by Film&Clips

Vinyl is a 1965 American black-and-white experimental film directed by Andy Warhol at The Factory. It is an early adaptation of Anthony Burgess’ novel A Clockwork Orange, starring Gerard Malanga, Edie Sedgwick, Ondine, and Tosh Carillo


Girato nella Factory in un giorno del marzo (secondo altre fonti a fine aprile-inizio maggio) 1965. Liberamente ispirato a brani di A Clockwork Orange di Anthony Burgess (1962)
Restaurato e rimasterizzato digitalmente con la supervisione della Andy Warhol Foundation e di Adriano Aprà.


THE PARTY – The Andy Warhol version

THE PARTY is a song from the Rössel-Cleveman album “Prayer of Love” released in 2005.

It was removed by youtube a couple of days ago because it was “inapropriate according to community guidelines”.
No other explanation was offered after two years of free use for this commercial site that builds upon free use of video content provided by millions of users. It had a 5 star rating, lots of views and fantastic comments.

What I gather is that a one second view of a female breast at the end of the video, a part of the Andy Warhol documentary material it´s partly based on, had rendered the deletion of the video.

Someone who didn´t like me, or had a religious, moral or other disliking of this completely unpornographic display of a human body,
probaby complained to youtube, and they took the video away because
of this.

Consider for a moment that youtube has no problem showing horrific violence in the shape of real fights, war atrocities or accidents, but that this seconds display of a female breast that was not even pornographic made them do this.

I ask you what kind of moral this is, is this american moral ?
Right wing christian moral ?
Muslim or jewish moral ?

Or is it honestly moral at all ?

The video is now censored by me and shows no female breast,
I´ve done this because it seems people love the song and I
want it to be available here.

But the question about where this place is heading rings,
more important maybe is where youtube is heading in a commercial
perspective, getting to be more and more controlled by
economic interests.

For the old version go to: