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UWE BANTON - Mental WarUWE BANTON - Mental War

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As conflict continues in the Middle East and a new American president extends an oli [ ... ]

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The Polaroid Interview: Laurie AndersonThe Polaroid Interview: Laurie Anderson

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Shaun Rider and company are at it again again, more positive, more obnoxious, and as contagious as ever. Almost as rockus as a gospel record, these Mancusians have tons of call and response lyrics, on a bed of Beastie Boy style arrangements, and for their sake fortunately forsake to use of those heavy Prodigy style electronic punches nd prod. The songs are deliciously psychedelic in a fashion that originated with 60's style garage or college rock, threaded its way through new wave pioneers like the Fleshtones, and became a staple of the hip-hop chorus shout outs. Although we all can't be in a rock band and party everyday, it's rewarding to know someone is taking care of the job.?

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