There are quite a few artists who have released songs that are explicitly endorsements of Robert Anton Wilson's philosophy or tributes to him. I thought I'd do a post that tries to collect some of this material. Most of it could be classified as electronic music. Let me know what I've missed. [Updated with George Dorn Screams and other stuff -- The Mgt.]
First up is a music video for "Azzazza" by the artist Zongamin. Although a video I earlier featured on this blog was posted to the Internet, the song was never released commercially. I like the song, and the video:
Zongamin - AZZAZZA from T.A.M. Corp. on Vimeo.
I'd better get to the hit soon: "Justified and Ancient (Stand by the JAMs)" by the KLF and Tammy Wynette. Just another rhythm and blues hit, from England, featuring the queen of country music, about the Illuminatus! trilogy.
Here's another interesting video/song, from Benny Zen:
Here is "R.A.W" by Cloud and Owl:
The EP this is from was released a few weeks ago. It's about 35 minutes of music, available cheap from CD Baby.
And here is "Colonisation of Space" by E-Rection:
The Golden Horde was an Irish punk rock band that collaborated with Robert Anton Wilson on an album (or at least an EP) "The Chocolate Biscuit Conspiracy." Here is the track "Black Flag," which feature's RAW's lyrics:
Here is some weird dub stuff, using RAW spoken word, from theestateovcreation, aka hagbard celine on Twitter.
Speaking of hagbard, he pointed me to "We Discordians (Must Stick Apart)" by Two Lone Swordsmen:
George Dorn Screams is a rather good band from Poland. Can't find anything that links the band to RAW, but I have to think the name comes from Illuminatus!
Interesting artist suggested to me by pHLOgiestone on Twitter:
Rapper Noah23 cites Robert Anton Wilson as an influence. Here's his "I'm RAW (Based Freestyle)"
A video for an artist called Mr. S, performing "The Universe Right Here (Song for Robert Anton Wilson).
Ultraviolet Hippopotamus got its name from the list of bands toward the end of the Illuminatus! trilogy. I don't actually know how much interest they have in Robert Anton Wilson. The band's official websites links to (authorized) recordings of the band in concert at the Internet Archive.