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10 Responses to “BB Video: Photographer Glen E. Friedman - Early Hip Hop, and The Liberty Street Protest”

  1. Brettspiel says:

    That track is “You’re Gonna Get Yours” off Yo! Bumrush The Show, their first album.

    http://tinyurl.com/9r6d7

    No cop gotta a right to call me a punk
    Take this ticket – go to hell and stick it
    Put me on a kick butt – line up, times up
    This government needs a tune up
    I don’t know what’s happenin’ – what’s up
    Gun in my chest – I’m under arrest

    /PE fan from waaay back.

  2. Brettspiel says:

    Also, “Rebel Without a Pause” is from It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.

    • Xeni Jardin says:

      Brett, thanks! I was actually watching/listening to both clips, and goofed and inserted the wrong embed code into this post. I’ve corrected that, you should be seeing/hearing the correct track now. Thanks for catching that.

  3. hassan-i-sabbah says:

    I like Flavor Flav.Brixton Academy 1985,Backstage,I swapped half an ounce of Jamaican sensi for Flav’s Gold ring.I still have the ring. I have a feeling that Flav probly smoked the boo…

  4. Mojave says:

    “Beepers connect the players to big time deals, with all of this technology who needs to steal….? Just live a life of leisure every night and day and your living proof that crime does pay…your life is dangerous and reckless, you’re eatin’ flyguys and girls for breakfast, you’re a titan of a nuclear age, your muscles flex with an uzi or 12 gauge….”

    and that’s just from memory bitches!!

  5. Keeper of the Lantern says:

    GF’s definitely right: New Yorkers didn’t want the Iraq war.
    And yet, across the Hudson, the Red States all voted to re-elect Bush.
    Why is that?

  6. Brettspiel says:

    No problemo, Xeni. I get to catch TWO killer PE tracks on BB in one day? I’m ok with that.

  7. Gtaste2009 says:

    where’s coco?

  8. KingOfCats says:

    Flav: “Yo! We got the shit that’ll scatter your brains from here to White Plains!” lol

  9. SpookyInteraction says:

    Is dissent still patriotic in a post-Bush America?

    Just checking.

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