Who loves ya, baby?
I can't think of anything else.
There's definitely something alien about slime. I think it's because it's solid enough to have a form, but liquid enough that it doesn't look remotely like an animal.negrastani talking about thomas gold's 'deep hot biosphere' theory in cyclonopedia:
"Thomas Gold's theory of Deep Hot Biosphere suggests that petroleum is not a fossil fuel, and that oil has its origin in natural gas flows which feed bacteria living in the bowels of the Earth. Therefore, the demonarchy of oil is not subjected to the laws of the dead (i.e. the preserved corpses of prehistoric organisms) but rather is animated by a Plutonic vitalism (abiogenic petroleum generated by the nether biosphere of the Earth). Petroleum surfaces from primordial origins - thus, it is not of the Earth but of the Outside, planted here as a xeno-chemical Insider... If oil is somehow undying then so also are the warmachines dissolved in it, until such time as they accomplish their tasks, one of behalf of the Insider and the Earth, the other on behalf of monotheism and the Divine..."
so the slime could be thought of as a type of afrofuturism maybe, but one looking inside rather than outside (with 'inside' having come originally from 'outside' anyway). and the slime is possessed and alive.
so maybe the basic vocabulary ('breathe') and inattention to the beat (in fact the beat doesn't matter, that's why it's so shit) is because of an attempt to go right back down to something alien in the core.
That fungus that turns ants into zombies and controls them is the stuff of nightmares.i suppose the alien connection would lead us onto fungus and spores. mckenna and his stoned apes. fungus coming from another planet. always found that so weird in biology, how you've got animals and plants, that's fair enough, then an entire other kingdom just for fucking mushrooms. beggars belief. i mean, what is going on there.
wet spores producing poisonous slime. the poison is somehow energising for inhabitants of atlantean trap houses.
house of bush and saud as well, it's oil country right?