Sunday, June 10, 2007

Disco's For Black People

If you read about Nuwaubianism on wikipedia, it will talk about Disco as a way to imprison Black people. This isn't true. The public image of Disco was presented as White, stripping it of its Black image and sanitizing it for mass consumption. Disco, at its core, is an extension of funk and soul music, primarily Black musical movements of the 1960's and 70's. If anyone tries to tell you otherwise, they are stupid and you should drop science and/or slap them for their ignorance. I implore you to try the former instead of the latter; concealed guns could be dangerous for your health.

Anyway, this is Sunday and Sunday is the random song day. The video is a disco video from Valerie Dore for her song called The Night. This song is really rad. And, Jessa, this may or may not be on your tape. And I do mean may or may not. I don't actually know what's on the tape. I'm in the culling stage right now.



Songs:

Brittle Stars - No Longer Waiting
Gary Wilson - You Think You Really Know Me
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Here It Comes
Dr. Dre - Lyrical Gangbang
The United States of America - Hard Coming Love
Wolf Eyes - Reapers Gong
Mission of Burma - Laugh the World Away
Old Time Relijun - Maenads in the Android Brothel
Nas - One Love
Stereolab - Check and Double Check
Beck - New Round
Communicators & Black Experiences Band - The Road
Beat Happening - Look Around
Arling & Cameron - Fun Shopping
Chris Isaak - Forever Blue