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An exciting opportunity for those interested in telling their own cinematic stories of resistance. Smith, an avowed fan of the series, recorded the song "Aqua Teen Dream" with the help of her children and band.
The vocal track was recorded in a hotel overlooking Lerici 's Bay of Poets. She was joined by Michael Stipe. Later that year she released her latest book, Year of the Monkey. Louis in November Smith has been a great source of inspiration for Michael Stipe of R. Listening to her album Horses made a huge impact on him; he said later, "I decided then that I was going to start a band. Alternative rock singer-songwriter Courtney Love of Hole heavily credited Smith as being a huge influence on her; Love received Smith's album Horses in juvenile hall as a teenager, and "realized that you could do something that was completely subversive that didn't involve violence [or] felonies.
I stopped making trouble," said Love. American pop singer Madonna has also named Smith as one of her biggest influences. Canadian country musician Orville Peck cited Smith as having had a big impact on him, stating that Smith's album Horses introduced him to a new and different way to make music.
President George W. Bush spoke to the United Nations General Assembly. Smith supported Democratic candidate John Kerry in the election. In the winter of —, Smith toured again with Nader in a series of rallies against the Iraq War and called for the impeachment of Bush. Smith premiered two new protest songs in London in September The song " Qana "  was about the Israeli airstrike on the Lebanese village of Qana. Jury's article quotes Smith as saying:. I wrote both these songs directly in response to events that I felt outraged about.
These are injustices against children and the young men and women who are being incarcerated. I'm an American, I pay taxes in my name and they are giving millions and millions of dollars to a country such as Israel and cluster bombs and defense technology and those bombs were dropped on common citizens in Qana. It's terrible. It's a human rights violation. In an interview, Smith stated that Kurnaz's family has contacted her and that she wrote a short preface for the book that he was writing.
On March 26, , ten days after Rachel Corrie 's death, Smith appeared in Austin, Texas , and performed an anti-war concert. She subsequently wrote a song "Peaceable Kingdom" which was inspired by and is dedicated to Rachel Corrie. In , Smith contributed signed first-edition copies of her books to the Passages bookshop in Portland, Oregon, after the store was burgled of a number of valuable first-edition and other books by various authors.
She did so after reading about the burglary and its impact on the owner, stating that she "loves bookstores. Smith was raised a Jehovah's Witness and had a strong religious upbringing and a Bible education. She left organized religion as a teenager because she felt it was too confining. In response to this experience, she wrote the line "Jesus died for somebody's sins, but not mine" in her cover version of " Gloria " by Them. According to biographer Nick Johnstone, Smith has often been "revered" as a "feminist icon",  including by The Guardian journalist Simon Hattenstone in a profile on the musician.
In , Smith offered her opinion on the sexualization of women in music. I don't feel it's my place to judge. In , writer Anwen Crawford observed that Smith's "attitude to genius seems pre-feminist, if not anti-feminist; there is no democratizing, deconstructing impulse in her work.
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