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Post some good old Rate Your Music cringe.
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Why do dadrock plebs go on RYM? Can they not smell the avant teens and poseurs when they first get on there?
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[Insert anything by Qwerty100 here]

Did I win?
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>>71684323
I'm so afraid that one day one of my reviews might get posted here
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>>71684123
>The Beatles
>almighty art-form
The fact that...
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>>71684294
I'm on this guy's profile.

Jesus, this guy is insufferable.
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>>71684710
I'm trying to convince myself he's the most convincing troll/baiter on there and this is all just a very elaborate ruse.
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>>71684906
7 upvotes... Lmao bunch of fuckin perverted indie bros jacking off to this hebephilic fantasy
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>>71684915
Yeah, either that or he's just a metalfag stuck in the 80's.
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>>71684892
no way this is real
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>>71685206
What album was this one for?
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>>71685453
Neil Cicierega - Mouth Moods
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qwerty100's metal genre list is genuinely one of the worst things i have ever read in my life

"Power metal gets a lot more female fans than extreme forms of metal precisely because it appeals to female sensitivities - singable bubble-gum tunes being the basic one."

so vitriolic and full of hate, doesn't seem like the guy likes metal at all
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>>71685488
Wow, I just read all of that. What an insufferable cunt.
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>>71685488
Why does this guy even bother listening to any of this shit he knows he'll hate
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>>71685488
My God
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>>71684123
There's a guy on RYM who earnestly reviews RAC albums like they were groundbreaking albums. I don't know whether to laugh or cry:
https://rateyourmusic.com/collection/asadv/reviews

Is he writing a graduate thesis?
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>>71685488
Also when he gave Yank Crime 1/5 with his only justification being that they are angry and have shouted vocals (on a post-hardcore album).
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>>71685488
You forgot this
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>>71684958
This one is dope, though. Driver is a nu-male killer of a movie.
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>>71685488
That TBK review is pretty much spot on, he forgot to mention that it wasn't innovative at all though. Maybe that's the cringey part and I'm the idiot.
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>>71685694
>that RaHoWa review

Wow.

At the very least, it's well-written.
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>>71686226
Did you even look at the image? He obviously lacks an appreciation for anything experimental or alternative. He's a 44 year-old man who likes 2 Unlimited. It's not like listening to another avant-garde jazz album will awaken his inner patrician or something.
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>>71684123
what? why did you type cringe two times?
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>>71686354
i hate seeing your cat on this board, frigg off
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>>71686354
wow you really convinced me and made yourself look smart in the process :)
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>>71686456
This probably the least cringe thing on RYM. A normal ratings distribution with normal labels rather than a special snowflake ratings system or cringeworthy attempt at comedy.
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>>71684464
kek
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>>71686460
yeah that's what i thought you cowardly slut
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>>71684123
my god look at his profile
a victim of confirmation bias
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>>71686456
>>71686475
That's not the issue. Have you looked at the numbers? The ratings are perfectly adjusted to have a perfectly symmetrical curve. It's autism taken to the next level.

And it's not even a proper bell curve.
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>>71686693
i'm not sure you know what a confirmation bias is anon
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>>71686699
Oh kek i didnt even notice that
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>>71686699
Holy shit didn't even notice that
Yeah that's autism right there
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>>71686728
you said right: you're not sure. why reply?
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>>71686821
lol
beats me
why use terms you don't know the meaning of ?
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>>71686863
not only confirmation bias, he also suffers of severe splitting.
i hope his account is just a big joke.
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>>71684294
Beat me to it
Qwerty is a master troll
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>>71685694
>https://rateyourmusic.com/collection/asadv/reviews
good user
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Worst RYM "reviewers"

Qwerty100
Poohkali
Vito_James
Threntall
Iai
marsbars
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How has nobody posted this jewish tranny cringe yet
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>>71687104
marsbars has the rare feat of being boring and annoying at the same time
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>>71687233
because boundaryfuss is cool and his lists are pretty good
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>>71687104
You forgot SellMeAGod and thrasher1903 or whatever number it is.
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>>71684892
fucking lol
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This whole profile: http://rateyourmusic.com/~MarcelsMusicJournal
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>>71687085
lol no
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>>71687546
SellMeAGod has good taste though
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>>71684294
I hate the caption he added to the comic
It's already unfunny and you managed to make it even worse and more cringey
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>>71684123
>1366x769

Nice poorfag resolution. Kys.
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>>71685488
>Swans is an interesting band. It's the worst band in the world
This is hilariously bad lmao
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That very last sentence is by far one of the most baffling things I've read on RYM
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anti-intellectualism at its finest.
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>>71687752
>le positive rating system guy
o
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>>71684448
Same. I've been trying to keep my reviews as non-pretentious as possible.
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>>71684294
>>71684710
>>71684915
>>71685106
lmao that guy is in his 40s
Also he has a porn blog or something
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>>71689022
Same. These threads are low on a level Jessi Slaughter days meet up.
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>>71689005
Yeah but he gave Down Colorful Hill a 4.5 so he's okay in my book
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>>71684710
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>>71689049
I love that guy. The amount of never-ending butthurt his reviews, especially the hipster list generates is insane and speaks of how insanely accurate he is in pinpointing the tastes, personalities, and attitudes of the average basic /mu/tant that believed he was unique prior.
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>using the facebook of music sites
>ever


If you use RYM and you "socialize" on it with the community, in ANY way, you're poseur casual cancer and have shit opinions.
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>>71689049
L I N K
I T
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>>71687715
What's so bad about him? He writes good reviews on what can only be described as the junk food of music.

I'm really digging his style. He's like the reviewbrah of white power music.
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>>71690563
>facebook of music
>not last fm
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>>71690402
t. qwerty100
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>>71690563
4chan is social media
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>>71690840
Racist punk isn't any worse (musically speaking) than "normal" punk
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>>71691554
That's nice, but what about asadv himself?
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>>71691895
He's fucking weird. He hates The Beatles yet rates these heinously terrible bands better than them.

I can't take anyone who hates The Beatles seriously.
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>>71691517
Correct. No pretence of it being anything more, though. rym/lastfm pretend its not about being an obnoxious snowflake attention whore.

>>71691113
yet more proof to like his shitty reviews. he triggers people even at the sheer mention of his name
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>>71690402
this is you
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>>71685488
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>>71691554
Show some racist punk as good as Dead Kennedys
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>>71694032
Jello Biafra's voice is what I imagine comic sans would sound like.

In the off chance you're earnestly interested in quality RAC, I have several suggestions for you.

Nouvelle Croisade:
https://youtu.be/D2AGMIr73c8

The band started in 1984 as Malades Mentales before changing their name to Donald Doc. After meeting up with the boys behind Légion 88 in 1987, they became Nouvelle Croisade. The band hit the studio and recorded five songs, two of which were released as a single and the other three appearing on Debout Vol. 3. Their guitarist Bruno would later join Alain and company to record Légion 88's "Thulé." The band called it quits with the drummer Thierry joining Ultime Assaut and then 9ème Panzer Symphonie.

Everything ever recorded, from demos to the studio sessions, would make it to this nifty compilation. Nouvelle Croisade features a well-rendered illustration of a sword and flag-bearing Teutonic knight standing over a slain Saracen. Thankfully, the production values are a step up from most of their countrymen's records. The guitar sounds beefy with a bit of reverb driving the footstomping rhythms. Everything is balanced, so no instrument is mixed too loud or soft. The biggest drawback here is our lead vocalist, who has that intoxicated off-key moan quite like Robert from Ultime Assaut. God bless you if you can stand his "belting." On this compilation are a few demo songs that didn't make it to the studio.

Fans of French RAC will enjoy this document of the Paris skinhead scene.
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Speaking of Ultime Assaut, care for some Post-Punk with your Oi!?

Before getting elected to the Front National's central committee in 1997, Robert Ottaviani began his career here as Ultime Assaut's lead vocalist.

Decking the cover is a crude illustration of an Arno Breker statue raising a sword in front of a blazing silhouette and some classical architecture.

Gritty reverbed rhythms drive the music like their fellow countrymen Légion 88 or Chauves Pourris. The songs here are consistently midtempo and have a strangely ethereal quality which ends up soundling like a French version of "Second Empire Justice" by Blitz. The mostly Oi! A-side is a complete drag, and all too many songs string you along with a few neat intros, but then drag you down in the conventional third-rate Oi! you're tired of hearing.

The music becomes much more interesting when the album delves deeper into Post-Punk on the B-side. The closer "L.V.F." has some neat Ska strokes while "Chômeur 80" bursts forward with blazing Hardcore energy. Unlike the French pirate vocals of Légion 88's Alain or Kontingent's Laurent, Robert has this intoxicated, off-key moan which ranges from tolerable to grating. "Segneur Barbare" is perhaps his best performance since he keeps it at a volume just above a whisper. The instrumentation helps, too.

Highlights: "Guerriers Païens," "Chômeur 80," "Paris," "Segneur Barbare," "Les Cosaques," "L.V.F"

"Guerriers Païens"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mTcUEM0ehg

Full album ("Guerriers Païens" missing):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EckbFBSGDnk
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>>71694032
If you like Ultime Assaut, then you'll love Above the Ruins. They have Ultime Assaut beat by a mile.

After leaving Death in June, Tony Wakeford formed a band called Above the Ruins which released "Songs of the Wolf", the band's sole full-length musical recording. The band enjoyed a brief existence promoted by the British National Party. Apart from his presence, the line-up of the band behind Songs of the Wolf was never revealed due to the band's open political deployment. Rumors about the identities of the members proliferated, but none of them were ever confirmed.

The record was first circulating on tape as a demo in 1984, but was then reprinted on vinyl in 1986, with "Storm Clouds Over Europe" missing and now presumably lost. No one has ever found and released the tape online. Considering its short length, you'd be forgiven if you thought of this as an EP or mini-LP.

Above the Ruin's music is within the vein of early Death in June, but the approach is much more straightforward, less clumsy and more akin to darkwave not unlike Joy Division, Warsaw or Killing Joke. Despite the production being very rough shod (keep in mind this was originally recorded as a demo) and Wakeford's clumsy performance (especially those nearly atonal vocals on "Under Western Skies"), the band manages to sound professional. The "kicking" songs like Waiting, the title-track and Progress are quite enjoyable even if a pinch awkward.

The lyrics are obviously committed, but have some good meaning even apart from the National Front propaganda: in fact this is the first attempt done by Wakeford to capture the esoteric and regal doctrine indirectly implied in his political choice of the time.
https://youtu.be/4L2dCw6W4NM
https://youtu.be/f6XypUqDh90
https://youtu.be/V9Y-Ti2RMkM
https://youtu.be/7XueatVcRYQ
https://youtu.be/iBBCAcFkWXs
https://youtu.be/DPi2JgvMHm8
https://youtu.be/qMpWybzbmLI
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>>71694032
New Glory:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP8vraSTJSk

"Backlash" stands out as some of the best American Oi! ever put to record. A gruff melange of melodic riffs played at mid-tempo with shouted lyrics eschewing baldfaced bigotry in favor of American patriotism and white skinhead unity define these Philadelphia bootboys' sound. Too many highlights to choose from, but I'm particularly fond of "New Glory", "Red, White, and Blue", "Robin Hood" and "Backlash". The song "Loyal and Brave", which begins with echoed acoustics before upping the tempo to quicker paced Oi!, breaks the formula we're so used to on many skinhead Oi! records; the track concludes just as it preludes, but that's no mark against it.

While these guys were unapologetically white power, their music is executed with so much passion, conviction and good taste that this album must find its way in anyone's Punk collection, Nazi or not.
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lol do you really think this is better than dead kennedys?
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>>71684294
I don't know whether to be more impressed by the amount of time and effort he puts into baiting, or by how much people end up biting.
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>>71694678
Idk man, he passive aggressively commented on my profile after I laughed at him one time, I think he might actually be just very autistic and has VERY bad taste
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>>71694032
Skullhead, ever the thinking man’s Nazis (just don’t call them Nazis), belt out the closest RAC came to an anthem of interracial solidarity, via good old anti-capitalism. "Blame the Bosses" is pretty awkward and ironically enough it is this yearning to be ‘intelligent’ that leaves the band perhaps even more open to criticism than simply relying on crude sloganeering. In this age of post-fact politics many wouldn't bat an eye at the latter option. The line about how the reds are ‘worse than the bosses’ seems counter-productive in a song that makes criticizing the bosses its main focus, especially when said reds find something agreeable in the song’s anti-big business fervour and critique of the exploitation of cheap labor. That said, it's is one hell of a song with that dark, simplistic riffing enveloping you like Tyneside fog and Kev Turner’s Geordie terrier-like yap never failing to send a tingle up my spine.

As for Violent Storm, ‘Celtic Warrior’ is the same ancient warrior spirit attested to in black metal only expressed in brittle, manic punk rock. ‘Unemployed Voice’, meanwhile, keeps the punk rock but momentarily ditches the mysticism for something that musically and lyrically sounds like it could have been on one of the No Future ‘Country Fit For Heroes’ comps. Violent Storm were so into anti-capitalism, at one point they even accused Skrewdriver and Blood & Honour of holding on to capitalist tendencies. Above all, "Third Way" is evidence of a period – a short one at that – when UK RAC was actually a flourishing scene with an active political consciousness rather than just the flatulent Ian Stuart personality cult it has been since the ‘90s. The songs are ripping and it’s certainly interesting politically – this is a good one.

Skullhead:
https://youtu.be/aYqpuWXWsmI

Violent Storm:
https://youtu.be/y05lg805pCs (LP version)
https://youtu.be/RO6BnUP9ads
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>>71694807
all shit
try again
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>>71694032
From the very start, far right groups had tried to make their way into the punk scene like the National Front and their (silly) Punk Front zine, but it wasn’t until the development of Oi! and its skinhead fan base that such organisations had a true force they could mobilise. The NF promoted neo-Nazi Oi! bands such as Skrewdriver and this spawned the Rock Against Communism (or RAC) movement in proper. The ‘British Justice’ EP actually predates any ‘political’ releases by Skrewdriver, making it one of the earliest known RAC records of all time. It must be the only thing ever that’s dedicated to both Adolf Hitler and Splodgenessabounds (alongside ‘all groupies’ and ‘Nigger & Chris’).

I think there's a part in all of us that wants to be massively ignorant and reactionary at times - and that's why this kind of stuff is so bloody appealing! I can relate to the lyrics too, my nice white daughter became a disco whore and repeatedly listening to this was part of the therapy I had to go through to cope with the grief. I'm nearly there.

But really this is more appealing in terms of the aesthetic (I use that word in every review now and the Ovaltinees would kick me in the bollocks if I uttered it in their presence) than in terms of the songwriting. At times it seems like they're putting the message before the music, but "Argentina" will make Sean Penn cry when he hears it and the thought of that... keeps me alive.
https://youtu.be/0zclhZi1bJs
https://youtu.be/ciUkUGPv5RY
https://youtu.be/9oOqa-2_scM
https://youtu.be/dyCzt_Brhe0
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>>71694032
‘This Time the World’ is essentially hate with a beat. The principle of evil made musical. This is an 100% scuzz classic. RAC is something many people listen to out of morbid curiosity, and "This Time The World" has to be one of the ugliest albums ever cut to wax. The liner notes claim that leftist campaigners tried to have this banned - truth is I don't blame them! I wince listening to stuff like "Bloodsucker" and "Hate Your Face" - though the lyric about Rastas pushing drugs on kids is morbidly amusing. Gimme "Ganja Smuggling" by Eek-A-Mouse. How can rock ‘n’ roll be more fucked up? No Remorse may not be as hard as, say, Condemned 84 but they are twice as ugly. These songs are vicious, degenerate, violent and just downright nasty pieces of work. It leaves a bad taste in the mouth but you’ll be hard pressed to find hate rock that can match the imposing power of something like "Hail the Order."

Apart from the admittedly badass title track and the all-time favourite "Smash The Reds" many of these songs are probably too intimidating to approach again. But this album is just so horrifyingly, disturbingly evocative - read the lyrics to "Mother England". "Tree of Life", full of imagery depicting a virtuous and almost innocent 'Aryan' family (presumably after an apocalyptic race war) would be creepy... if it wasn't so poorly played. That track is the album's only real misstep, musically speaking.

This album is as memorable as they come, for the worst and best reasons. Has to be heard to be believed.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJ4aZDeJNBc
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>>71684906
hate this bitch
think she deleted her review of static age by misfits but i remember it was retarded
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>>71694032
In case it wasn't screamingly obvious, Public Enemy is completely unrelated to the rap group of the same name, though I'd imagine both bands would find a few things to agree on. The first wave RAC band of the same name called it quits shortly after releasing their only studio album "England's Glory" in 1986. One year later, American Hip-Hop legends would drop "Yo! Bum Rush the Show," but rather than take it lying down, Paul Burnley hit the studios with a new line-up to record an album flipping the bird at the Long Island rappers.

The original band packed such a punch with their aggressive brand of Oi!, so hearing this downtempo lo-fi Hard Rock wasn't expected. Burnley's Public Enemy grew on me, for the music here is both exciting and disappointing. The drumming is seriously propulsive, giving that footstomping energy to the rhythm driven songs and intensity to the campy love ballads. The riffs sound like your standard fare Hard Rock, but the guitar tone has a distinct crunch due to the lo-fi production values.

The two flaws working against the listening experience is the rough shod production and unrehearsed musicianship. Tellingly, Burnley had stated in an interview the first album "There Is Only One Public Enemy" was practiced and recorded in exactly one week. For the sake of appealing to the romantically-inclined segment of his audience, Paul has these creepy racial love songs where he hits sour notes promising to save his English maiden from all that imperil their race and nation. They're contrived and chuckleworthy at best, more often than acceptable, they come across as grating and disingenuous.

Public Enemy would improve dramatically for the sophomore "Our Weapon Is Truth," where the production values are given a much-needed upgrade and the riffs hit hard. Burnley still couldn't avoid showering us with sappy love ballads, but at least they hit their mark for the heavier tracks.
https://youtu.be/ggm1px8gqQA
https://youtu.be/S8879yoSrPw
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>>71694032
If you've heard one album by Razors Edge you're heard them all. Hell, if you've heard one song by Razors Edge you've heard them all, but these ridiculous levels of repetitiveness doesn't stop their RAC ravings from being somewhat compelling. I'd say this album is so bad it's good, except it's actually just genuinely good! Covering "White Riot" was a rather clever choice, as the lyrics morbidly work in an RAC context, something Joe Strummer wouldn't be best pleased to hear (though, as a side point, it's weird to think he was still walking around when this was released). "Streets of Oldham" and the Mosley tribute "Blackshirts & Roses" would be the overall highlights, meanwhile the obligatory Ian Stuart cover in "Red Flags are Burning" wasn't particularly necessary. Particularly considering earlier on the album is a rip-off of said song called "Tearing Down the Flag", which really makes you wonder why they bothered... but then you can't really expect this to make sense. And that's why I like it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXlbMUDTDSQ
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>>71690563
not going to address your point in any way but here's a song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbOAPa8TwOs
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Punk will never produce anything this hilarious ever again no thanks to the scene today. Who would've thought three bumfucks from St. Louis would've confused and offended the fuck out of the entire Punk scene?

Hail White Pride:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxok1w_m5mc

The whole album is great:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDVvSnO31Uw

I am Woman, hear me bitch
God, this kotex makes me itch
Men just don't seem to see
We gotta wipe it when we pee
We gotta douche when we fuck
To get rid of the goo and the muck
We're all liberal and on the pill
Don't have children, never will
We won't suck, we're all dykes
Hear us bitch about our rights
I'm a MAN, hear me ROAR
On your knees slut, on the floor

Stop your moaning and you bitching
You'll do better in the kitchen
Stop your tries at safe seduction
Our future lies in reproduction
Cunt!!
Burning bras just makes me crazy
You're only good for making babies

Now that we've got all these women
Who say they won't suck cock for a living
They want to work in the Real Mans world
I say we should fuck those girls!

You all talk about the ERA
You're only here for a real good lay
These feminist ladies that you follow
They don't suck, they don't swallow
Suck me!!
You'll never get your equal rights
Suck my cock you lousy dykes

Now that we've got all these women
Who say they won't suck cock for a living
They want to work in the Real Mans world
I say we should fuck those girls!

The ERA will never pass
You're nothing but a piece of ass
Stop listening to how those dykes sigh
Get on your back and spread your thighs
Bitch!!
The way you bitch just makes me sick
All you need is a good stiff dick

Now that we've got all these women
Who say they won't suck cock for a living
They want to work in the Real Mans world
I say we should fuck those girls!

Up the ass!!!!!
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>>71695231
those are some cringey lyrics
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/pol/ ruins everything
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>>71695418
>anyone I don't like comes from /pol/
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>>71687104
>Vito_James

his writing is rather rambly but i like the vaporwave mixes on his youtube

am i what the kids call a "cuck" or "autistic"?




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