Neko Case Sings, “It's the Devil I Love”

by David J. Stewart

       I'm writing this article, as a series of articles, exposing the Satanism and immorality inherent to rock-n-roll music. Few people fully realize the Satanic roots of rock-n-roll. It was the Rolling Stones who produced an album in 1967 titled, Their Satanic Majesties' Request. In 1968, the Rolling Stones produced a song, as a tribute to the newly founded Church of Satan (1966), titled Sympathy for the Devil, in which Mick Jagger sings...

"I’ve been around for a long, long year
Stole many a man’s soul and faith
And I was ’round when Jesus Christ
Had his moment of doubt and pain
Made damn sure that Pilate
Washed his hands and sealed his fate
Pleased to meet you..."

Today, Neko Case and others continue the Satanic praises. Who is Neko Case?

"Neko Case (born September 8, 1970 in Alexandria, Virginia) is an American singer-songwriter, best known for her solo career and as a member of the New Pornographers.  Her music is frequently labeled alternative country, though Case doesn't describe it that way. She recorded and toured for several years as Neko Case & Her Boyfriends before switching to her own name." SOURCE

In 2006, on her album, Fox Confessor Brings the Flood, Neko Case sang...

SONG: "Hold On, Hold On"

The most tender place in my heart is for strangers
I know it's unkind but my own blood is much too dangerous
Hangin' round the ceiling half the time
Hangin' round the ceiling half the time

Compared to some I've been around
But I really tried so hard
That echo chorus lied to me with its
"Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on"

In the end I was the mean girl
Or somebody's in-between girl
Now it's the devil I love
(Notice, Neko Case sings, "Now it's the devil I love")
And that's as funny as real love

I leave the party at three a.m.
Alone, thank God
With a valium from the bride
It's the devil I love
And that's as funny as real love
And that's as real as true love

That echo chorus lied to me with its
"Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on"

That echo chorus lied to me with its
"Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on"

Neko case states, “Now it's the Devil I love.” I have no doubt that she has some cute excuse for her praise of Satan, and I'm sure I'll receive some letters from her fans telling me that I don't understand her intent. Whatever her excuse, it is evil (from a Biblical perspective) for anyone to state that they “love the Devil.” I'm sure Paul McCartney also claimed to have good intentions when he was fondling a RAM (a symbol of Satanism) on his 1971 album cover, RAM. Lest anyone should have any doubts, the Beatles included a photo of renowned Satanist, Aleister Crowley, on the front cover of their Sgt. Peppers album. It cannot be denied that Satanism is incorporated into the rock-n-roll industry. So when you sing about loving the Devil Ms. Case, in light of the abundant evidence of Satanism in the music industry, you have to expect to be exposed. I am not saying Neko Case is a Satanist. I am saying that those artists, who show some type of allegiance to Satan, are the one's who become the most successful in the industry. This is NO coincidence, for Satan is the god of this sinful world (2nd Corinthians 4:4).

The New Pornographers?

The following information if from, the free online encyclopedia...

"The New Pornographers are a predominantly Canadian indie rock group formed in 1997 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Their sound is highly influenced by that of such power pop bands as The Cars and Cheap Trick; their songs, however, are generally of a greater melodic and harmonic complexity. A.C. Newman, who writes most of the band's material, has said, "When I seriously started to try to write songs, my main influences were, like, Burt Bacharach, Jim Webb, and Brian Wilson. Those were the guys I kinda looked at their music and went, 'What the hell are they doing here?' I was just fascinated by the structures and the harmonics."[1] The melody of the first and eponymous track on their second album Electric Version, for instance, begins with an arpeggiated diminished triad—a rare and strange opening flourish for a pop song.

The band has released three albums to date: Mass Romantic (2000), Electric Version (2003), and Twin Cinema (2005).

The band members include Daniel Bejar, Kathryn Calder, Neko Case, John Collins, Kurt Dahle, Todd Fancey, Carl Newman, and Blaine Thurier. Fisher Rose also played drums on some songs in Mass Romantic.

The New Pornographers are frequently referred to as a supergroup—or an indie supergroup—because of the following members' associations:

The band name, New Pornographers, speaks for itself. Rock-n-roll music is a religion of sexual immorality. Neko Case, a member of the New Pornographers, is a sexual degenerate herself...

"Not too long ago, Neko Case wrote an article for Girlyhead magazine about dreaming. In it, she describes her favorite dream, where her, Steve Earle, and Madonna were all playing a show in Vancouver. After the show, all three of them have a 'sex sandwich.' And the tryst ends with Madonna remarking to Neko, 'Your hair looks like a wig.' This is Neko Case’s world. It’s perfect, really." —SOURCE

Yet, hypocritically, Neko Case sings "This Little Light" on her "The Tigers Have Spoken" album. In the song she sings, "Jesus gave me light, I'm going to let it shine..." You've got to be kidding? When asked in a Playboy interview if she would pose naked for Playboy, Neko Case said...

"Well, of course I would consider it! But I certainly need time to think about it. It would be a lot of fun..."

Is this how you're letting your light shine for Jesus Ms. Case, by telling others that it would be FUN to strip naked for millions of men to commit adultery with you? Jesus said in Matthew 5:28, "...whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart." Why would you even speak of doing such an evil thing Ms. Case? I mean, you can't sing about letting Jesus' light shine in one breath, and then say in an interview that it would be fun to pose in a lewd Playboy magazine. You can't sing about loving the Devil and then expect people to understand what you MEANT, when it's not what you SAID. Who's kidding who?


Rock-n-roll music is of the Devil, and Neko Case is just another testimony to this fact. Rock-n-roll is saturated with Satanism, immoral sex, rebellion, pornography, substance abuse, etc. I did not write this article to attack anyone; but, rather to expose the evils of Rock 'N' Roll music. Satan desires to destroy today's youth. Rock 'N' Roll music is a vehicle by which people subtly invite Satan into their lives. Young people who are steered into worldly music are taught to dress, think and act godless.

Fornication, pornography, abortion and lesbianism are all by-products of feminism, i.e., a rebellious attitude against God's Word and against masculine authority in the home. 1st Samuel 15:23 equates rebellion with witchcraft, which is also a by-product of feminism.

Rock music is of the Devil. There is no such animal as “Christian Rock,” the only Rock is Jesus Christ (1st Corinthians 3:11). Most contemporary so-called Christian music is worthless as far as influencing people for Heaven is concerned.

Madonna worships Satan!

Many of the industry's music artists are demented. Madonna is a sicko! She not only blasphemes Jesus Christ in her filthy book, SEX, but also portrays herself as receiving oral sex from a dog. They sell this filth. And now she wants to adopt another child and Child Protection Officials are ok with that. What a twisted society!

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