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“The Birth of Hip Hop, Disco & Punk”
This should be entitled the birth of what was to influence us for the next few decades an possibly the rest of our lives. Se the good thing about this is it spawned so much good music obviously and dress codes and ultimately some of the best art and artist for about the next few decades. The current one included. But the bad thing is once record companies got ownership of the music they ultimately got ownership of the projections and influenced style through advertising. They tapped into what was organic and pure, ultimately stood for social change got, got into bed with it and spawned loads of retarded babies. Not even babies they spawned a shit load of twins who in turn fucked each other and spawned even more retarded kids who masturbated into their sisters and eventually all that was good about this documentary has all turned to shit. Fuck you if you feel otherwise your just a fucking pawn in this game of incestuous fuckery. Still this is a good watch!
PARTS 2,3 &4 after the jump.
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