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Public Enemy's Intellectual Vietnam

I’ve been listening to a lot of Public Enemy recently.  I don’t really listen to rap that often, but when I do it is almost exclusively Public Enemy.  601 more words

Record Store Day, Atlanta, 4/19/14

The sixth annual Record Store Day kicked off festivities Saturday, April 19th, 2014. Independent retail music stores across the country (and other continents) celebrated  the day with live performances, and sales of exclusive music releases on both vinyl and CD formats. 184 more words

Vinyl Lives On: Record Store Day 2014

Before iTunes and mass-market retailers, music lovers would visit small record stores to purchase albums.

As music became more and more accessible — to the point that it was no longer tangible — the mom and pop record stores have become few and far between. 678 more words

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Brett Jolly's Daily Thought (Topic: A new supervisor who is clueless)

Dear Brett Jolly. We have a supervisor that is relatively new and doesn’t have much of a clue as to  how things work. She came in throwing her weight around telling us that she was going to get this unit working properly. 422 more words

Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E Fresh Talk Political Action


Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E Fresh – the veteran Hip-Hop artists may not be the first figures that come to mind when thinking about political action, but the three joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” Monday to discuss the role that Hip Hop can again have in shaping culture. 62 more words

Newsone Now

Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E Fresh Talk Political Action


Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E Fresh – the veteran Hip-Hop artists may not be the first figures that come to mind when thinking about political action, but the three joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” Monday to discuss the role that Hip Hop can again have in shaping culture. 62 more words

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Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E Fresh Talk Political Action


Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E Fresh – the veteran Hip-Hop artists may not be the first figures that come to mind when thinking about political action, but the three joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” Monday to discuss the role that Hip Hop can again have in shaping culture. 62 more words

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