Originally Posted by Robbie Sinclair
I'm curious why this documentary solely focuses on just hiphop? Why is it that Jazz, Soul and Blues artists who crafted music equally as moving are excluded.
I do believe everything said about keeping the public in chaos & confusion by using music and video as a tool for harnessing the human psyche. Countless studies have shown a success rates in doing this.
Didn't really agree with the guys take on punk music and how he pigeon-holed it into a destructive vibration or force. If he actually knew his music history he'd understand Punk was more or less an uprising against what Rock music had become by the mid-late 70's. People got sick of the cookie cutter crap groups like 'The Eagles' were putting out.
Sunny does this guy narrating the series at any point highlight the animalistic nature of say... the music on Enter The 36 Chambers?
punk was created as a fashion for propaganda
malcom mclaren started punk out of his clothing store.
trust me I know this.