Chris Korda

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Chris Korda (born 1962) is the leader of the Church of Euthanasia,[1] antinatalist,[2] techno musician and software developer (of Mixere, Whorld, and FFRend). Korda is a cross-gendered vegetarian and the only progeny of Simon & Schuster editor and author Michael Korda.

In 1995 Korda together with Lydia Eccles launched the campaign Unabomber for President.[3] It took the overt form of a political action committee, Unabomber Political Action Committee (UNAPACK).[3]

Korda also released two longplayers and six singles and EPs on different labels such as DJ Hells imprint International DeeJay Gigolo Records.

Discography[edit]

Longplayer[edit]

  • 1999: Six Billion Humans Can't Be Wrong (DJ Mix; as Chris Korda & The Church Of Euthanasia; International DeeJay Gigolo Records)
  • 2003: The Man Of The Future (International Deejay Gigolo Records)

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • 1993: Save The Planet, Kill Yourself (Kevorkian Records)
  • 1997: Save The Planet, Kill Yourself (Re-Release, International Deejay Gigolos)
  • 1998: Sex Is Good (International Deejay Gigolos)
  • 2002: I Like To Watch (Null Records)
  • 2002: When It Rains EP (International Deejay Gigolos)
  • 2003: The Man Of The Future (International Deejay Gigolos)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Potts, Grant. (2005) "Church of Euthanasia". In The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, ed. by Bron Taylor, pp. 384-85. London & New York: Continuum International [1]
  2. ^ Wired Magazine, issue 4.11, November 1996
  3. ^ a b "They Call It Luddite Love". The New York Times. 1996-09-15. Retrieved 2008-04-07.