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 No.2119[Reply]

Post your vids and general kino

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 No.3237[Reply]

I was wandering why khmer rouge song is so good, then I realised that cambodian music is just very good.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3QPTefh7bQ&t=159s

 No.3244

>>3237
it's cool and wild

 No.3246

>>3237
>The top prolific singers from Sinn Sisamouth to Ros Serey Sothea
were most likely murdered
>Other music makers either quit entirely or submitted to the regime
>Music conformed to the political
>Lost art from before and during the regime, Lost history from before and during the regime, Lost knowledge from before and during the regime. Total value of having this knowledge? PRICELESS
>You will NEVER, literally EVER, learn from these great musicians.

this is why I hate this clown world and all this bullshit we live in. I will never get to watch a video of Sinn passing down knowledge. I will NEVER learn from these greats. It seriously fucking sucks.

RIP TO ALL

 No.3251

>>3246
wtf was khmer rouge
do only ultras meme about them being good?

 No.3252

>>3251
Basically a meme because they blew up all the banks and stopped using currency

 No.3257

>>3252
probably the most terrifying meme in history's existence

maybe the nazis too since the occult shit was so clown also



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 No.3242[Reply]

Havana, Juicy, Industry Baby

Completely ruins the flow, Is it just capitalism's fault or is there some artistic reason that I can't get?

What do you do when songs you like have parts you don't care about? Do you find an alt version? Edit it? Or just accept it?


 No.3199[Reply]

Post your favorite symphonic earrape
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPNhyzfx5oM

 No.3224

Embedding error.
>>3199
Here's a fun one.



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 No.1173[Reply]

OUGH

 No.3222

<call me on Devil's day
<you can count on me
I wonder what day he means? Halloween? Walpurgisnacht?



 No.3220[Reply]

Goin to see Skinnyman tonight. Aint been out in years.. When was the last time you went to a good gig, anons. Who did you see?


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 No.3185[Reply]

It's a nice, calm song with a good melody and it also goes along with my beliefs

Do you think John Lennon actually believed the stuff he sang about or do you think he was just being edgy and counter culture by basing the song on the Communist Manifesto?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkgkThdzX-8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMewtlmkV6c

 No.3188

"Imagine" is a good song to learn if you plan on busking in the US
Every lib loves this song.

To answer the OP, I believe John Lennon did enough acid in close enough proximity to this song's release that he did believe this.

 No.3189

>>3185
Politically wise, Lennon was just your basic lib but able to write songs. Revolution's lyrics are telling about his opinion on communism.

 No.3194

>>3189
Holy shit just heard that
Disgusting

Written 2 years before Imagine but still
The story is a funny rollercoaster

>in January 1971, he said of "Revolution": "I made a mistake, you know. The mistake was that it was anti-revolution."


>Lennon then wrote "Power to the People" to atone for the perceived apathy of "Revolution",and instead sung: "You say you want a revolution / We better get it on right away."After moving to New York in 1971, he and Ono fully embraced radical politics with Chicago Seven defendants Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman


BUT

>Lennon abandoned the cause following Richard Nixon's victory in the 1972 presidential election and he subsequently denounced revolutionaries and radical politics as useless


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 No.3163[Reply]

Never forget what happened in 1988 in Iran.

Song related, dedicated to all the comrades who lost their lives during that year.

https://soundcloud.com/user-899810668/ftkghmxanqlj?si=1ace7041a19c42d7993a03534fb156e7


 No.3129[Reply]

No lord in the heavens made this cosmos,
No worldly lord the prosperity of humankind.
The cosmos is an eternal evolution of the material,
This material shaped for mankind's use by many a laborer.
The work of your hands, laborer, was mankind's yesterday.
On your hands also rests tomorrow.
When the temple of Solomon was being built by an army of laboring
Slaves, meanwhile Solomon was inside
His palace, solving the quarrels of wives.
When the nobleman in France was cursing his failed expedition to
The Russian land, thousands of wives wept for their fallen husbands.
The work of your hands, laborer,
Were the treasures of the lords,
But inside your fist now grows a different kind of tomorrow.
Your hands built the factories and the mines of the land.
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 No.3130

The ghosts of white power again
Fat in front of me.
Huge dreams of freedom again
Excites me to the song.
Those call, command, and demand
A thousand painful moods.
Anger, love phrases,
Oh, listen to the people and the land.
Oh, listen to the song internationally,
Mink 'oppression gives birth,
Like his cold shackles
The Red Prisoner is now glaring.
They shackle them, press and weigh,
The grooves of anger they eat on the forehead.
Do you see the whip's line,
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 No.3131

>>3129
Kätten työtä · Kristiina Halkola

Work of Many Hands · Kristiina Halkola
>>3130
Punavangin Laulu · Arja Saijonmaa

Song of the Red Prisoner · Arja Saijonmaa

 No.3132

Lyrics to Ievan polkka:
You could hear the beat of polka coming from the neighbors
It made my feet titillated.
The mother of Ieva was keeping an eye on her daughter,
But Ieva did fool her for prohibitions don't matter
When dancing to the full.
(Nonsense;last word of this phrase means
"slowly")

Ieva was smiling widely
When people were giving their best wishes.
Every one was sweating
And that violin kept screeching and mourning.
Wetness doesn't bother this guy
When going all out.
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 No.3133

Pieni Suomen kansa katkoo kahleitansa
Kärsimysten malja se jo kukkuroillaan on
Raakaa sortovaltaa vastaan nostaa maastan, armeijastaan
Jalon kansan parhaat pojat taistohon
Hallitus on vankka, kätyrlauma sankka
Se kauhun tuskaa levittää yll' onnettoman maan
Urhojansa kansanvalta työntää esiin kaikkialta
Elämästä kuolemasta kamppaillaan
Kiihtyy yhä taisto, vapauden vaisto
Köyhälistön keskuudessa kasvaa yhä vaan
Ei nyt auta hallitusta piinat, kidutus ja tuska
Urhot kaatuu vapuden laulut huulillaan
Virkavallan huolena vankilat ja tuonela
Tutkimatta hirttäminen, mestaus
Kumouksen sankari sydänveren antavi
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 No.3157

>>3129
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8LDQOvNGNc

Lenin lives far away from ho chi minh



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