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I don't want to hear all this modern angry fucking wog music, if one could call it music. I don't listen to it, I don't understand it nor do I entertain white Dolly Parton fans that listen to it either. You see these fuckwits pull up beside you in their shitty car, head bobbing back and forth, with the thump, thump, thump bass measuring off the fucking Richter scale. I want them dead.
If you put reggae or blues on I don't mind. That has culture and artistry.


Yes, all that rap garbage has done untold damage to black culture. A very long way from Miles Davis.
 
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No I don't listen to Hitlerite music. The values though of the Hitlerites in terms of "sexual liberation" and might is right were quite close to those of much of contemporary American Black music.

You hit the nail on the head with that thought, Swords. I prefer anthems like this to Es zittern die morschen Knochen and das Horst Wessel-Lied.

Even though Bavarians still sing it, instead of striving for and jealously guarding their dialects, culture, women, religion and independence, as they did for centuries, they've sadly cast their lot with the E.U. monolith. At least one of the YouTube commenters got it right:

Bayern is einfach as besste wos auf da weid gibt i wohn in da holladau und im sommer wenn da hopfa bliad is des einfach nur wunderschee. Bayern soidad wieder unabhängig werdn des war mei wunsch:

 
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Heres a nice Black song about killing White people recorded in South Africa last year.
I think you will agree that the chorus "Kill the Boer, Kill the farmer" is quite catchy.

 

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True some people think that.

"... But these are laws or customs that date back to one thousand four hundred years ago, Imam Khomeini! Does not it seem to you that the world has gone on in the meantime? In keeping with those laws, you have even exhumed the ban on music and alcohol. Explain to me: why drink a glass of wine or beer when you are thirsty or eaten is a pity? And why listening to music is a sin?..."
RUHOLLAH KHOMEINI: Islam prohibits alcoholic beverages and that's it. He absolutely forbids them because they lose their head and prevent them from thinking healthily. Music also tarnishes the mind, because it brings with it similar enjoyments and ecstasies to drugs. Your music, I mean. Usually it does not exalt the spirit: it puts it to sleep. And it distracts our young people who are poisoned and no longer worry about their country.

"... Also the music of Bach, Beethoven, Verdi?..."
RUHOLLAH KHOMEINI: Who are these names I do not know. If they do not cloud the mind they will not be banned. Some of your music is not prohibited: for example the marches and hymns to march. We want music that exalt us like the marches, that make young people move rather than paralyze them, that cause them to worry about their country. Yes, your marches are allowed.


May I hazard a guess you're another fan on here of "the marches and hymns to march"? :rolleyes:
Music that is endorsed by a healthy state is ideal so military songs are naturally worth listening to.
 
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Yes, all that rap garbage has done untold damage to black culture. A very long way from Miles Davis.
I haven't posted any rap on this thread yet.

Apart from in my earlier posts, I posted a couple of early eighties hip-hop, which was the precursor of rap. Hip-hop was different then though.

But everything I've posted on this thread has been chosen because it is music that historically brought black and white people together. That spoke to the hearts of youth both white and black. Whether in the clubs, or in following music collaborations and "scenes". It is music that brought joy and togetherness to the hearts of both black people and white people. That is the purpose of this thread of course.

There are no doubt great swathes of rap music that are insular, intended to exclude, and 'hate on' white people. Conversely, I would say that the original hip-hop movement which I think was wonderful, was mostly destroyed by commercialisation, which is a probably a phenomenon of white culture.

It's complicated. I may get to this later on. No doubt there are many talented black producers of rap music out there making music with the heart they have traditionally made it with - To bring people together, of all shades and creeds, and dance, and feel their togetherness.

Honestly, I probably haven't kept up. Anyway, I'll return to this genre. Meatime, here is one tune to be getting on one, suitable I think for the thread.

 

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here's what happens when paddy gets influenced by hiphop :p

 

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From the ridiculous to the sublime:

 

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